13 Burst results for "Anna Post"

"anna post" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"anna post" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Seizures even stroke. In in some instances a third reason is it's easy to study the is actually relatively simple compared to the cortex so we can put elektra login Ignorant here and we stimulated glutamate turkey down here in we can record that we can activate gabbard ignorant and record reduction in activity so anyway what alexis found was that i what she did. Is she major. The number of synapses along. Dan writes the part of the neuron receives information coming from another neuron so she simply counted. Not simply it's actually takes a lot of work but counted synapses and found that the two things one the diabetic nice regardless of whether they were intermittent faster than or running wheels in their cages. had look smaller number of synapses than did the normal mice. Then she found that the running we'll exercise and intermittent fasting increase the numbers in absence in the combination of intermittent fasting plus running wheel got a further increase in the number of synapses. Okay so that suggests that intermittent fasting can enhance the effects of running an increasing number of synapses between neurons. And then she took the other hippocampus from the brain and measure beat enough levels and i mentioned beat enough important for learning memory. It's actually also important pore formation of new synapses and she found that the intermittent fasting end the exercise. Each alone increased beating-up levels in the combination. Got a further boost obedient f- levels She did not find that. In the diabetic mice synapse levels came up to the level of normal nice. You know so. There was some beneficial effect. But you couldn't get back collect. They weren't diabetes diabetic okay. So that's one example then. The second example has to do with endurance exercise. And this work was done by a former post-cap christina morosi anna post back fellow akilah. So this can you see this yes. Can you see the whole picture i can. Yeah so this is about running grow from the lab about twenty sixteen or something anyway so the work i'm going to talk about now is done by. Keelan mold and christina morosi casinos. Not on here. She wasn't fast enough to make our eighteen. So celebs what they did is they took mice and they had four groups adlon sedentary these were all normal mice alim sedentary Them daily treadmill training for forty five minutes every day for two months then. She had a group every other day fasting no treadmill training and then the final group gloves taylor treadmill training while they're on every other day fasting for two months and then at the end of the two months they did a maximum endurance test so forty five minutes on the treadmill then every week they increased neither the speed of the treadmill or the incline so they're actually increasing the work for the two months so they did maximum berenson tests. How long can the mouth stay on the treadmill without giving up and they found that as you'd expect the animals that have not done treadmill training.

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"anna post" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"anna post" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"That's terribly inappropriate or rude You know at the end of the day. We want people to like our children. That is just the bald fact of motherhood and while i don't sort of cater to that It's in my mind that i need to. I need to give him the ability to be his best self. So you've written two memoirs you're a blogger at post and the today show and you run the boston marathon. But what other goals do you have for yourself. Well i have a book proposal out now to cover autism in puberty. We'll see if that gets any traction and i haven't heard back yet anybody. It's so interesting you ask me that though. We have the peleton bike. I don't use it. I'm not a cyclist. But i did download the peleton app for running and i love it. Love it and one guy that i you one coach matt wilber said. If you don't have goals for yourself the world will tell you what you want. And i just really took that with me that it's time to put some things on the calendar. Were out of covid now. The world is opening up in so last week i ran a ten mile race. That was one of my goals. Great job which was fun. I know your daughter's runner so this is nothing compared to the world do what's more than i do. I felt good with it. Michael also is to start expanding maybe beyond autism. A little bit as i write a writing is something that absolutely lights me up inside. It is a part of me now. I've logged monday for the past nine years every single monday. I have a new post. And i don't know who i would be without that. That place to put my energy my thoughts so you know but in two years god willing my subject might walk right out the door and live so close right but you know as i continue to discover and explore. It's like what we talked about earlier. The somebody women's issues that go underground There's so many parenting issues that we don't wanna touch When when the ugly side of of motherhood is is Is where we're living right. I want explore that in so That's kind of my my short term goal. I read scary. Mommy and those are some really well written subjects and their raw. I want to see the raw side of it. All i know social media gave all of us. The opportunity to be are shiny bright cells. And i work really hard not to give into that on my pages. I mean i'll post a happy thing if there is a happy thing. I don't shy away from being vulnerable. You know last summer my youngest son can be. He's a he's a. he's a force right. My henry in. He's a great kid but he's a lot he's a lot from. The moment is open in the morning until they go to sleep at night. You know and he had a kindle or a nook and he drove me so crazy that i slammed on the counter shattered and i was heartbroken and i thought you know anna posted about that because i refuse to believe i'm alone i think at the end of the day that sort of circles back to the purpose of any advocacy work. Do any writing i do. I refuse to believe. I'm alone in this. These are universal feelings. Yes in that time and time again or the messages i. That's the feedback. Get if feels so good to now. I'm not alone in the messy ordinary complicated side of life. Would.

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"anna post" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"anna post" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"That's terribly inappropriate or rude You know at the end of the day. We want people to like our children. That is just the bald fact of motherhood and <hes> while i don't sort of cater to that It's in my mind that i need to. I need to give him the ability to be his best self. So you've written two memoirs you're a blogger at post and the today show and you run the boston marathon. But what other goals do you have for yourself. Well i have a book proposal out now to cover autism in puberty. So we'll see. If that gets any traction and i haven't heard back yet anybody it's so interesting you ask me that. Though we have the peleton bike. I don't use it. I'm not a cyclist. But i did download the pelivan app for running and i love it. Love it and one guy. That i you one coach matt wilbur said. If you don't have goals for yourself the world will tell you what you want. And i just really took that with me that it's time to put some things on the calendar. Were out of cova now. The world is opening up in so last week i ran a ten mile race. That was one of my goals. Great job which was fun. I know your daughter's runner so this is nothing compared to the world do what's more than i do. I felt good with it. Michael also is to start expanding maybe beyond autism. A little bit as i write a writing is something that absolutely lights me up inside. It is a part of me now. I've logged every monday for the past nine years every single monday. I have a new post. And i don't know who i would be without that. That place to put my energy my thoughts so you know but in two years god willing my subject might walk right out the door and live so close right but you know as i continue to discover and explore. It's like well. we talked about earlier. The so many women's issues that go underground There's so many parenting issues that we don't wanna touch When when the ugly side of of motherhood is is Is where we're living right. I wanna explore that in so That's kind of my my short term goal. I read scary. Mommy and those are some really well written subjects and their raw. I want to see the raw side of it. All i know social media gave all of us the opportunity to be our shiny bright cells and i work really hard not to give into that on my pages. I mean i'll post a happy thing if there is a happy thing. I don't shy away from being vulnerable. You know last summer my youngest son can be. He's a he's a. He's a force right my henry in. He's a great kid but he's a lot he's a lot from. The moment is open in the morning until they go to sleep at night. You know and he had a kindle or a nook and he drove me so crazy that i slammed on the counter shattered and i was heartbroken and i thought you know anna posted about that because i refuse to believe i'm alone i think at the end of the day that sort of circles back to the purpose of any advocacy work. Do any writing i do. I refuse to believe. I'm alone in this. These are universal feelings. Yes in that time and time again or the messages i. That's the feedback. I get if feels so good to now.

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"anna post" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"People were saying girl nine killed a lot of kids and one we haven't seen the picture in today's new Mexican on the local and regional of the log copies yeah the nine kids a lot ten puppies little plugs great picture great today talked sixty one three seventy eight PRC for two for twelve fifty the phone number just like the frequency Catherine is called in a Catherine happy Thursday hello hi there hi Richard thank you so much for everything you know amazing I just wanted to say in this dire dire moment that you described for the brain that I'm really hoping that everybody rowing something even if it does look a little patch of sprouts on your kitchen table so he'll growing things at this moment and being in touch with the however it may be a for a simple or complicated we have some amazing farms in this town that are making amazing compost we just wanted to say thank you nor in the compost eight eight eight six you all know thank Katherine creature to great idea great suggestion growing thing getting your hands dirty telling up the your soil around your house maybe planning some things indoors herbs indoors on the window sill in the kitchen or wherever it is very healing and it makes you feel good and it is a way to and distractors so four two four twelve sixty nine not to be a bummer here very bad news but Peter coyote who we had on the line with you weeks ago the actor the voice K. for all Ken burns the Zen master Peter coyote dude lives out in Sebastopol California and great friend of Jack Leffler local storyteller I tell here in Santa Fe they they're really good friends just posted on his Facebook page and I'm sad to see this you said my friend the Byronic ecstatic brilliant poet Michael McClure has gone he wrote plays I performed in one called the red snake read his poetry to music with ray Manzarek who of the doors and turn everything he touched into art at a high level he found fame as one of the five poets including Allen Ginsberg read the famous San Francisco six gallery reading in nineteen fifty five which was rendered in barely fictionalized terms in Jack Kerouac's the dharma bums he soon became a key member of the beat generation and is immortalized as Pat McAleer in Carroll wax Big Sur he wrote Mercedes Benz for Janis Joplin as a lark in his beauty grace an enormous heart will be sorely missed I send deepest condolences to his wife Amy Evans a sculptor his former wife Joanna poet and his daughter Jane a doctor I join them in the poetry world in mourning your code posting that about his friend great poet Michael McClure who is one of great beat poets Anna post a picture of Peter along with Allen Gabe Ginsberg and a man in the middle with dark glasses incredibly curly hair a very young Bob Dylan I'm sure our friend here in town hi Jack Leffler new Markham clear Jack was was so generous to come in one day and when Jack published his book along with the New Mexico history museum on the beat generation the counter culture well he came in and we had to get we got Gary Snyder on the phone from Gary's home up in the D. M. foothills in California so that long line from Chris Carroll wagon Ginsburg to Snyder Ferlinghetti to McClure Dallin walks shown here Michael McClure gone good man good soul all right only incredibly more earthy note here I don't even know if I want to follow that story by a story about our landfill but I mean these these are practical things that we deal with every day and with the with everything being shut down and people needing to and being asked to and in fact required to social distance and need to keep people safe staff save city staff safe our recycling center in landfill has been closed but it's going to re open next week just a little bit of a little little him of the normal also the Buckman road recycling transfer station along with a landfill will resume regular operating hours on Monday in light of the state's decision to ease restrictions new rules will be in place to.

"anna post" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on KCRW

"Took my soul out of my head with that cute too she actually grabbed the back of my head like we were lovers but instead of kissing me she was impaling my brain that wasn't even the worst of Anna's problems that day later she got a statement from her insurance company Aetna about that first test I was like you know this kind of stuff is supposed to be covered I wonder how that looks lo and behold my insurance company was saying that I owed five hundred and thirty six dollars and I think forward E. seven cents actually forty six cents that was her share the notice said the two thousand dollar charge for that test at first I was like oh there's just you know I just messed up here LOL guys but when Anna called ethnic and called and called they said this wasn't a mistake the billing records didn't include a coded specific diagnosis code and even though my doctor had put in written words this is a part of code nineteen testing in our state the person on the other end of the line was not able or allowed and I mean one of them actually said I'm not allowed to look at that Anna posted her medical record and the insurance statement to Twitter which got results many retweets and recorder got patched with Anna and at that back got the company's attention within twenty minutes of the reporter emailing me back saying that he had spoken to them I got a call and they've since paid her bill in full at no it wouldn't go on tape with us in an email response the company said the information that ms Abel's health care provider shared with us initially did not include the service as related to Kobe nineteen but it's not clear that appropriate codes existed when and I got her tests at the statement called and his case unique meaning and I ask that no other Aetna customers had to pay for test they got in order to get a code to test okay meanwhile legal protections for consumers are a work in progress Sabrina Corlette runs the center on health insurance reforms at Georgetown University she says when Anna got that first test no national law obligated insurers to cover it later in March Congress passed laws mandating full coverage for covert related testing with those laws have protected Anna well this is where I'm going to get super lawyer early on you and your audience is going to just want to like shoot me with daggers short version no the current law only kicks in if a visit includes an order for a corona virus test even if the test isn't immediately available I would expect most doctors don't know all that if they don't actually order a test at the moment of the first visit that their patient could be exposed to these out of pocket cost so damn if you get seen for anything that could be coded maybe get your doctor to order a corona virus test whether a test is available or not otherwise there could be a loophole in the bill with your name on it.

"anna post" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Woman took my soul out of my head with that she actually grabbed the back of my head like we were lovers but instead of kissing me she was impaling my brain that wasn't even the worst of Anna's problems that day later she got a statement from her insurance company at about that first test I was like you know this kind of stuff is supposed to be covered I wonder how that looks lo and behold that my insurance company was saying that I owed five hundred and thirty six dollars and I think for the seven cents actually forty six cents that was her share the notice said the two thousand dollar charge for that test at first I was like oh there's just you know it is messed up here LOL guys but when Anna called ethnic and called and called they said this wasn't a mistake the billing records didn't include a co the specific diagnosis code and even though my doctor had put in written words this is a part of code nineteen testing in our state the person on the other end of the line was not evil or allow it I mean one of them actually said I'm not allowed to look at that Anna posted her medical record and the insurance statement to Twitter which got results many retreats and a recorder got packed with Anna and at that that got the company's attention within twenty minutes of the reporter emailing me back saying that he had spoken to them I got a call and they since paid her bill in full at no it wouldn't go on tape with us in an email response the company said the information that ms Abel's health care provider shared with us initially did not include the service as related to coding nineteen but it's not clear that appropriate codes existed when and I got her tests at the statement called and his case unique meaning and I ask that no other Aetna customers had to pay for tests they got in order to get a code to test okay meanwhile legal protections for consumers are a work in progress Sabrina Corlette runs the center on health insurance reforms at Georgetown University she says when Anna got that first test no national law obligated insurers to cover it later in March Congress passed laws mandating full coverage for covert related testing with those laws have protected Anna well this is where I'm going to get super lawyer early on you and your audience is going to define it like shoot me with daggers short version no the current law only kicks in if a visit includes an order for a corona virus test even if the test isn't immediately available I would expect most doctors don't know all that if they don't actually order a test at the moment that's the first visit that their patient could be exposed to these out of pocket cost so damn if you get seen for anything that could be coded maybe get your doctor to order a corona virus test whether a test is available or not otherwise there could be a loophole in the bill with your name on it.

"anna post" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Woman took my soul out of my head with that too she actually grabbed the back of my head like we were lovers but instead of kissing me she was inhaling my brain that wasn't even the worst of Anna's problems that day later she got a statement from her insurance company at about that first test I was like you know this kind of stuff is supposed to be covered I wonder how that looks lo and behold that my insurance company was saying that I owed five hundred and thirty six dollars and I think forward you seven cents actually forty six cents that was her share the notice said the two thousand dollar charge for that test at first I was like oh there's just you know I just messed up here LOL guys but when Anna called F. and called and called they said this wasn't a mistake the billing records didn't include a coded specific diagnosis code and even though my doctor had put in written words this is a part of coca nineteen testing in our state the person on the other end of the line was not evil or allow it I mean one of them actually said I'm not allowed to look at that Anna posted her medical record and the insurance statement to Twitter which got results many retweets and reporter got packed with Anna and at that that got the company's attention within twenty minutes of the reporter emailing me back saying that he had spoken to them I got a call and they've since paid her bill in full at No wouldn't going take with us in an email response the company said the information that ms Abel's health care provider shared with us initially did not include the service as related to coding nineteen but it's not clear that appropriate codes existed when and I got her tests at the statement called and his case unique meaning and I ask that no other Aetna customers had to pay for tests they got in order to get a code to test okay meanwhile legal protections for consumers are a work in progress Sabrina Corlette runs the center on health insurance reforms at Georgetown University she says when Anna got that first test no national law obligated insurers to cover it later in March Congress passed laws mandating full coverage for covert related testing with those laws have protected Anna well this is where I'm going to get super lawyer early on you and your audience is going to define it like shoot me with daggers short version no the current law only kicks in if the visit includes an order for a corona virus test even if a test isn't immediately available I would expect most doctors don't know all that if they don't actually order a test at the moment that's the first visit that their patient could be exposed to these out of pocket cost so damn if you get seen for anything that could be coded maybe get your doctor to order a corona virus test whether a test is available or not otherwise there could be a loophole in the bill with your name on.

"anna post" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

14:42 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Corporate restaurants. Don't have a micro social presence where they can reach out to their local city or their local borough or their local village and say hey you know I'm GonNa jump on the local facebook group for residents in this area. Haywar OPEN FOR DELIVERY. You know they're waiting for the Corp corporate to send out what they typically do Do you think this is going to be a change? For outbound. Restaurants used digital media use social media? I think also you bring up a really good point in terms of how empowered our franchisees or managers of stores just because we see that system so much more on the quick service side of things where so many of the big brands are franchised. So you have operators who depending on the brand have a certain amount of latitude so if they WANNA do a local marketing campaign. I know that Believe it's Jersey. Mike's that's been kind of hitting that aggressively in terms of really empowering their operators to like go out there and help their community in the way they see fit obviously within guidelines so for full service. That's kind of less of a consideration. I think that you might see in the Post Corona virus world Not only the bigger brands say I think a lot of them have already invested on the tech side but in terms of just communicating. I know there's always this worry with a big brand and it makes sense that if you give too many people of voice that is supposed to be the brand voice you risk. You know someone saying something that they shouldn't have just because they don't have a marketing background and it could be well intentioned but it rubs people the wrong way or it's inappropriate in some way so I understand the reluctance to really kinda turnover. The social media microphone is at were to operators but I do think that what we've been seeing with consumer trends over the years is that there really is that connectivity. You know a lot of the consumers today. They want to UH support brands that they feel and this just not just in food service across the Across retail and everything else they want to support and to frequent the brands that they have values aligned to. There's they treat their people well There's certainly an appeal and local. So I think that to get that local vibe there is going to have to be some sort of some sort of empowering of managers restaurant tours you know one that has always been good. I think about trying to localize as Maggiano's every time you go to the local page. They have a thing about. Who is the chef here? You could say that's a drop of water in the ocean but it is a step in that way and I would wonder if we might see more of this Anna Post Corona virus world. I mean I think that I think it speaks volumes. It's you know exactly that people want to identify with the people behind the brand behind the logo and even if it is a big logo Knowing who that local owner is. I'm always been a huge fan of McDonald's Ray Krock in the systems and you know behind the arches which is my one of my favorite business books But some of the biggest successes that they've had as a brand is when they've allowed their franchisees to develop the egg mcmuffin The that ingenuity happens because they know their neighborhood the best and they're willing to try things in a different way and I. I understand on a big on a larger scale. That's hard to do but especially in this world that we're living in It's very easy to see just in San Diego alone. The operators that I know that are fighting to keep their doors open but are on social media. They're on twitter there on instagram. They're on facebook and it's not a matter of if they're posting too much. It's a matter of everyone wants it. Maybe one go out and support. You know they want to go and order delivery. They want to know okay. We'll how can I'd get food. How can I come pick it up? Can I order online? How can I do this? There's no better time with all the things changing to get out your message then through social. Been through your website Do you see people investing more in their website. I think that's one of the things that I think. When we talk about social media everyone focuses on having to be on instagram. Having to be on linked having to be on these things a lot gets lost on having a mobile friendly website for your business where content lives for your brand. I will say that. I've been very impressed by just about. And I don't know if this is mandated. I don't believe it is but just about every restaurant website. I've clicked on since the started. Has like a banner that POPs up and says Kovic nineteen restrictions or saying we are now doing carry out or we're now doing this So I was impressed. That so many of these independents had that to you again. You'll expect it of your Chili's your applebee's they're going to have the bandwidth to have that automatically go up on all of their websites So I was impressed with that. I have a feeling that we're always going to have those scrappy brands that never quite embrace websites that they're going to continue to go buy facebook. You know the ones you network some local favorites that they are beloved. But if you want to know what they're serving get on facebook and see if there's a chalkboard photo or someone's posted on twitter So I think that there will definitely be that website reluctance. The thing that I think we'll see a change is that everyone is going to understand that there has to be digital engagement. It doesn't matter if it's your website if it's instagram twitter facebook some combination thereof. I think everyone is going to realize how necessary that is. Because the businesses who aren't there They might be missing out on customers loyal customers. Who WANT TO SUPPORT THEM IN? Do delivery or carry out but they simply don't know or they're overlooked for example on a personal note about a week ago. I got an email my personal inbox from a restaurant. A local restaurant I really liked. They have two different concepts and they were saying you know. We had this email prepared today. As our five year anniversary we had all these specials and throwbacks. And they said you know. Unfortunately we're in this date. This is not a happy one but please help us. Staying business. Help US SUPPORT. Our employees lease do carry out or delivery and that day. I ordered something or maybe the next day got it. Because you know it's to say I wouldn't want to have supported them Regardless but if they hadn't sent that email they might not have been the first restaurant that I thought of. Yeah I think that hits so many points is that we know inherently that we have to be on. Yelp we have to be on Google maps? We have to be on tripadvisor. We have to have updated photos. We have to have updated listings. We have to have updated about US. And if somebody messages us. If if I don't have a team member responsible. I have to respond to that because exactly that. That's the digital hospitality. We have to treat that just as if someone walked in our door like and that's the most difficult part about operating in the world that we live in now even before corona viruses. There's so many things that an operator already has to do I think it definitely does get overwhelming but women. You're going through a we're going through now. You realize that all those are all leads all those customers that are trying to find an answer trying to find a solution and trying to support a local business because they know that They love having local restaurants and local independence And even local chains. You know it's just put it into a new community here in San Diego called Eastlake and you know there's a lot of independence but a lot of it's a lot of chains to you know convey. I walk in and frankly they. They're not as busy as I think they should be. Because they upgrade food. But you know I don't know what their ability is to like. I said go on facebook group for eastlake residents and say they were open. You know. Please come support. Us your favorite server. She'd cheese here or he's here We can use your support. Those things I mean they go a long way Especially in the world that we're living so true I mean Beyond just getting the word out saying. Hey we're doing take out and delivery. Here's our streamlined menu. It's also kind of filling a gap for that interaction that you lose by not dining in right so with quick service so much of its business has historically been off premises like you take it to go through the drive thru you walk in and order or were you call ahead and order and pick it up. That's been common So there really is that kind of loss. Dining experience Not just kind of atmosphere the fund of going out to eat but also that interaction with the servers. And you know you're saying at the beginning how you know we're hospitality people. We want to be hospitable. We want to interact. We WanNa do all of this and in that really kind of causes this barrier and I was talking with another restaurant tour in. He was saying he's like this week. My focuses on social media because he said when people come to pick up. He said it's very much like your car pulls up. The trunk goes up. Someone with gloves puts it in here is like no interaction. You're going to be safe. So he said what we WANNA do is then go get them afterwards on facebook like if they post like. That was awesome to be like. Oh thanks for stopping by you know. We hope you enjoyed it. Just adding that lost element in some way. Of course. It's not going to be the same but I think at this time. It means so much more you know just to have that for customers to have that kind of touch point that you know their lives are also in kind of chaos you. You can't like I say. Say across the board that whatever work they are in his inasmuch kind of dire straits as restaurants but they're stressed out and kind of having the comfort of a favorite restaurant helps. Yeah I think you know that you hit on a great point one of the things since we started the alcohol program. Was You know we always had this robust cocktail menu we? Have you know a fishbowl with Margarita and with my tie and you get a rubber duck with it? It's almost like an adult happy meal once we said that You know out California's allowing us to sell these. We had so many people that have supported our bar and our restaurants or so long just not only wanting to buy it. But then it's Kinda like build your own happy hour at home you know. We had people coming and picking it up and then posting their instagram or posting in their stories and the great thing about instagram stories that you can reposted and thank them for coming in other people see that and then they're posting there to go in. That's the that's the hospitality side where now we're actually inside their home you know. We're we're giving them barbecue. We're giving them a cocktail were. It's it's a lot different. But there's there's that connection and there's that connection and that appreciation too because you know some families you know we we have small kids and you know my my wife's with my son and my daughter every single day. My daughter is going to be one this summer. My son is going to be three. And you know. I brought her a Margarita. Fishbowl hallman you know she. She was just. She was so excited to have And you know we posted a video on facebook and her family's in Bulgaria and they've been out here and they're like well. When can we get a Margarita? That's that's the power of social media you know that's the global side of the digital content the social content and really what restaurants do best. Is that we. It's connection you know it's bringing the village together and that's one of the things that's always been important for us is were part were fabric in our in our in our community and we want people to come here meet other people that are strangers you know now not having a bar not having a place for full service. It's just it's so weird because all those steps service all those staff members you know we have fifty five staff members. We laid off twenty eight. We're fortunate to still have twenty seven employed but all those staff members you know hospitality. People don't like to sit still. You know we we move and we'd take care of we welcome people What what do you think's going to happen to the industry? As far as how how many how many businesses are going to be able to get through this based off of the financials as you know them I think sadly we are going to see a culling of sorts at the very least just more. So and we've kind of been experts as well as our own team is kind of been tossing this idea back and forth the market's oversaturated or the market has been oversaturated in the last it's been this wonderful renaissance where dining his kind of been elevated to this new level but also become more egalitarian. Right you know you see the rise of these fast casuals. That are borrowing inspiration from full service. You see full service being even more creative but also bringing things that used to be more fine dining or very global down to smaller markets. Like if you want to have a dim sum used to be maybe ten twenty years ago. You'd better be in a major city. Now you can be in the city like Durham and have several options for that. So it's been a wonderful renaissance. But at the same point there has not been enough business to go around to keep a lot of these restaurants in business and definitely I mean. Restaurants have always been razor thin margins that you operate under many of them close within the first one to five years. It's never been in the industry people. Don't get into this industry for money. They get into it for exactly I. We've been debating in our team weather. This will end up being an acceleration of what was already coming. Which was going to be a slate shrinking. I think of just the sheer number of different concepts. It's kind of hard to say but I could see I see the industry rebounding stronger than ever for sure. I do wonder if we will see fewer numbers though That's something that I think is a possibility But you know these things always it's a pendulum swings back and forth and this might accelerate that but I don't think that it means innovation is going to die or people are going to stop going into The restaurant industry..

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"anna post" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Cbd MD fifteen to fifteen percent off your purchase. Okay so that's out of the way. Let's talk about space x stuff. Let's talk about starship now. If you're not familiar starship is. Basics is Hugh J nervously. Big Big big big big spaceship that we'll be sending people to Mars. That's the overall plan for it. They want to send a crude mission to Mars. They WANNA send the rocket to a planet where people have never been and they are building this right now. It's actually in the testing phase right now as in three is actually on the launching block right now in the launch pad going to be doing a hover test at some point this week between today and The sixes when they're probably going to be doing the hover tests are going to be doing static fires and stuff in between now and then but this is the US. On three this is the third test version of starship Earlier versions of starship. Kind of blew up. And that's what happens with rockets. You can blow up. If you don't get things right but spacex his released a starship user guide for potential customers in the future and I get my hands on it. It's on a SPACEX site. You can check it out on space. News pod DOT COM ANNA posts. Set up as soon as I get done with this podcast. So everybody has it go to space. News Pod DOT COM or you can go to space industry news. Dot Com is well. That's another site that I run so in this user guide. SPACEX has a company description and description says space x was founded in two thousand two to revolutionize access to space. It enable a Multi Planetary Society. That's eighteen years ago. That's not that long ago. Some people out there listening to this. They're younger than SPACEX eighteen. You have to be eighteen years old and you'll be just as old as spacex in the cool thing about spacex is that they don't take a lot of time to do things right so falcon nine of course took a long time to perfect but the first iteration of it it's like Software Development Elon. Musk's idea is to move fast and break stuff so you go fast you make iteration upon iteration things blew up bad things happen but you learned from those mistakes and they've had plenty of mistakes. They've had numerous explosions. They've had lots of Falcon nine. Didn't land or just missed the complete or miss the landing pad completely or engines blew off as there as they're trying to land talking nine. That sort of happened recently. It wasn't a whole engine that blew up but it was a piece of the Falcon nine. They're still trying to figure out what happened on one but their iterating. Really fast starship. They're doing the same thing. So the run `send three right now in there. Working on that as we speak this week The starship program overview in this documents so spacex starship system represents a fully reusable transportation system designed to service Earth orbit needs as well as missions to the moon and Mars. This two stage vehicle composed the super heavy rocket that's on the bottom and then the starship the spacecraft which is on top which usually the starship component of this would be a fairing you know like usually they have A rocket in they have something on top which the fairing in the Bering Opens. And then the satellite ejects or you know gets put into orbit or Ejects whatever the thing is that goes to the moon or tomorrow's etc. This is a little bit different This to sage vehicle. is powered by sub cooled methane and oxygen starship designed to evolve rapidly to meet near term and future customer needs while maintaining the highest level of revival of reliability. Now the super heavy this is a giant. Norma's rocket in the rocket is pretty important to this equation. Reusability super important to this equation and was super heavy. They want to be able to reuse all these rockets so you launch a starship wherever you gonNa Laci into orbit to Mars etc to them and they wanNA bring back superheavy. Do you want to land a super heavy they WANNA put another starship on the super heavy? They want literally the turnaround to be same day within twenty four hours. They wanted to be hours in the future. Sorta like when you land an aircraft in you blend an airplane yet scrubbed how you move people off the airplane and then you you know you you fix it up burn whatever you gotta do too little fine tuning and then people get back on it. And then they send him back up and you know from New York to L A couple hours and that's what they want to do a starship but they WANNA do that. Interplanetary and now they have numerous payload configurations on Starship The cool thing about starship is it. It reminds me of the space shuttle so the top of the space shuttle opened up right and then you had something like the Hubble Space Telescope. Whatever it was inside it was like a cargo area. And then the thing went outside of the space shuttle and that similar to what Starship has but the cool thing is Starship has a It's like a flip flip. Top Lid so Let's see what we can. We can compare this to like a basically flip top LID on You know those those baby. Wipe things or like sanitary wipes and you flip. Open the top. That's kind of similar to what this Starship has on. The top is not as fast of course to slow sloping. But you can put satellites in there you can do. All sorts of different things said Lake Constellation. Saw what they WANNA do a Starlink. An extended payloads payload volume is also available for payloads requiring up to twenty two meters of height. So they have a huge amount of space in their Payload mechanical interfaces. They have a payload fairing. They have numerous Ways that people can put their satellites in there so you can. Gm a bunch of stuff in there Responsibly. Of course but you could put a lot of stuff in there and not just one big thing so different people different Companies corporations NASA ESA Jaksa. Everybody could come together and be like okay. We're GONNA just catch right on starship because it's going to where we need to go. We might as well just rideshare. This thing can lead grabbed a newborn with some friends and Sending all your friends to orbit. But they're not people in there actually mechanical devices and engineering Wonders that go up into space. As opposed to your buddies now they have painted after the starship payload attach fitting is designed to accommodate standard payload interface systems in single or multi manifest configuration. Space X will either provide it. A greater a payload adapter in clamp band separation system or will integrate and adapt separation system provided by the customer. Basically if you want your thing in there they can accommodate you. Whatever the thing is as a baseline starship is compatible with Heritage Falcon. Nine thirty seven millimeter Eleven ninety four millimeter sixteen. Sixty six millimeter and twenty six. Twenty four millimeter clamp band interface requirements. So that's the nerdy things. There's a bunch of other stuff in this document and I would suggest going to Space Industry News Dot Com and checking out a space news pod DOT COM is still there and I'll have it up there as well but space industry news dot com is where I'll be posting this first crew configuration. This is pretty cool. Space X was founded with the goal of making life multi planetary this space so starship program is realizing this goal with the crew configuration of starship drawing on experience from the developed dragon for the commercial crew program which is going up this year. Commercial crew is launching to the International Space Station Hopefully mid may probably in June. Because all this other stuff that's going on in the world but we're going to see if you know when when that takes off if that actually works really well then they're going to use all of the information from The crew program to work on starship for the future The starship crew configuration can transport up to one hundred people from Earth into low earth orbit and onto the Moon and Mars the crew configuration of starship. Aclu's private cabins. Large common areas centralized storage solar storm shelters into viewing gallery. What are we living in the future? This is the that I've been dreaming about since I was a little kid. Private cabins you can book your own private room to Mars. You're not just huddled with everybody else in this giant airplane kind of hanger. The air airplane configuration. If you're on private Kevin Large Common area centralized storage. I Dunno but large means in this situation but I guess it would be pretty big on a starship. Cargo configuration starship designed from the onset to be able to carry more than one hundred tons of cargo to Mars and the moon. The cargo version can also be used for rapid point to point earth transport various payload bay configurations available and allow fully autonomous development of cargo to Earth lunar or Martian surfaces with one example shown in figure seven. Okay so figure. Seven is a picture of starship. Lowering a looks like a a Lunar Rover to the surface of the moon. Pretty cool so this is going to be there. fully reusable gigantic rocket and. I hope everyone is excited about this as I am. Because it's going to be amazing when they get this thing flying I'll have more information about starship as it's being tested the rest of this week. So go to the YouTube Channel YouTube dot com slash speech. 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"anna post" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

The Dworkin Report

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on The Dworkin Report

"Back to the show. Let's let's talk. Let's switch gears and talk about your new book. The Nancy Pelosi Way. There's something she said. At a recent town hall that jumped out to me about the speakers. His political mindset minute was quote unquote. I'm not on a timeline. I'm on a mission. How does that statement relate to Speaker Pelosi's global outlook politics in two days the anniversary of the speakers of election as speaker for the second time in this new Congress and She is quite dedicated to making sure that that we protect the patient protection and affordable care no passed a bill to create jobs that are bigger paychecks. Reduce the role of corporate money in politics awesome promote publicly financed campaigns with each are one and and and and push the Senate to pass on a Democratic president to sign all of the bills ranging from climate. I'm an action now to the dream. Promise Act to the Equality Act Two. The Elijah Cummings lower health. CARE costs now a drug pricing bill. To of course the ones I mentioned before H. R. Eight. HR One one one two four gun. Violence Prevention Universal background checks. Those are the things that she wants to do. That's not a time line set by a term that's up to the voters but it's a time line set by the political the strength that we can muster together to try to win majorities. We need get those bills signed into law and also enacted into laws to change people's lives for the better right and it was just over a year ago that the future speaker told us the plan to take back the House on this podcast. How does your books illustrate the lessons that we can all Learn about her planning and work for last year's blue wave election which ultimately led to flipping the house. Nancy Pelosi has always told us. Proper preparation prevents poor performance. Ordinance She and my Dad Paul Policy raised five kids who were born six years in one week apart so every day for us we started the night before after we had finished a clearing clearing the dinner dishes in Washington we set the table for breakfast which by the way she still does? I came down the day after Christmas. And also that after new years and let's see had the tables preset with the cereal already out there and a little love handwritten menu of what. We're going to eat for breakfast Zo Oh she is constantly always planning the next step. Even while we're in the middle of the of the meal that were entered the experience that were in and that experience of Getting Ready Eddie and doing the tasks and putting one good day in front of the next but also with having five kids and having diverse opinions letting a lot of the coalition politics shift around letting people kind of work out problems amongst themselves and not constantly Stepping in every every time the factions were fighting But rather saying let's have the freedom of tightly-knit idea let's have the the the freedom of a set of rules that we expect you to comport with but at the same time the free well to make your own decisions those sorts of ways that she raised us at the same ways that she runs her political coalitions and Schumann's or caucus which is people are there to represent their district to do their job and at the same time. They're also there to build coalitions with each other and weave that tapestry together. They don't all all agree on all things otherwise only one person would have to go to Washington and everyone else could stay home But that discipline respecting tolerating Championing being diversity telling US constantly when the negatives come don't agonize organize and telling people look we have to get out there and work our hearts out every day and if you have a bad day let that end today. Let tomorrow be another chance for a good day that ability to constantly let every day Jay Start fresh and put a new day in front of you is something that I've seen her do since I was a kid. It's incredibly easy easy to say and really hard to do right. 'cause we all hold onto our grudges. We hold onto our bad moods. Are we hold onto that that emotional hangover from yesterday's fight or you know yesterday's yesterday's bad feeling or yesterday's Loss within the campaign And instead we have to just keep pushing forward with hope with trust with with belief in each other and when it came to the elections of twenty eighteen focusing Jack hammering the message over and over and over over again to protect dark hair and to listen to the grass roots. Who in weekly calls unfiltered by staff or consultants or pollsters? I would tell her. This is what we care about. And when we're on social media these are the stories that resonate these are the stories that are going viral. These are the human interest stories stories that need to be told over and over again and also these are the nontraditional voices that need to be telling the stories and I would just say one thing and saluting the resistance in saluting leading everybody. WHO's fighting to protect our care? One thing that has been very different about protecting our care. That's different from passing our care when we passed the affordable care the the patient protection and affordable character was a combination of the patients. Bill of rights and The affordable care act together There was a lot of support report. There were a lot of stories That we told faces of care people who got out there and told their stories but they were mostly providing stories into a data bank and then the politicians would tell the stories and this time ten years later this time the effort was more about. Let's use Nancy. Pelosi microphone. She handed over to people to tell their own own story themselves in their own way and their own style to their own community in their own language. Sometimes and in doing that. It's so much more powerful because then people don't just see their friends up there standing next to the house. Democratic leader standing up next to a powerful politician. They see their friends up there setting the pace telling the story and an owning their own narrative and I think that change in her. We're and that change in political organizing has been really critical not only to her success but to the success of the healthcare movement in general. Are there any stories is that you did not include in the book that you wanted to share with everybody. Well there's one story. I shared this morning with respect to how we protest and how we work for peace in nineteen ninety one. I was a first year student at Hastings. College of the law and I went to be a legal observer to go down and protest the first war in Iraq George H. W. Bush's war in Iraq. And so I went down to San Francisco Federal Building and One thing led to another her and our post test got more intense and I got arrested and then I was under arrest for a while and then I was released and I walked locked the three blocks to hastings and made it in time to go to my contracts class and went on with my day when I got home. Is the days before cell phone. I had an answering machine tape and I pressed play on the tape and I got this message from my mom and it's sad Christine. It's mom that's always. You know what she says. It's mom as if I don't the her voice right so that's always the first sign that maybe you're in a little bit of trouble. Are you in jail. Did you make it out in time to go to class. We're here in Congress working for a peaceful resolution. I hope you were all protesting for peace in a non-violent way comey after your class so I I did and she was relieved to learn that the charges were dismissed and I was released in time to attend my contracts class but the point is that her lesson is always if you are trying to promote peace then you have to act yourself in a peaceful way you have to model the teams that you want to see by obviously old advice that am okay. Himself Self taught that he himself learned from Gandhi. It's as old as organizing but the fact of the matter is with all of the intensity with which we go out and do our organizing organizing and in my case get arrested We also have to make sure that we are constantly planting a flag for our values and and Showing other people that descent can be paced patriotic. It can be peaceful it could be values driven and driven from a heart full of love and not necessarily just anger deep anger and fear and resentment that the president has put us in this position in the first place at one of the last questions I had for. You is in your personal opinion. How do you think this whole saga? With trump ends hands with the Democratic President Anna post-presidential indict that's pretty straightforward. Would know it. That's why they won't let him testify. The Senate that's by. They didn't let him testify to Robert Muller in-stat answering a bunch of questions with over thirty instances of him saying he doesn't recall now. I understand why he doesn't recall which body part had the bone. Spur and understand what he doesn't doesn't desert recall. You know which you know which lie. He told somebody to tell. But you know who does recall people like Don mcgann White House lawyer. WHO's not the president's lawyer? He's the people's lawyer who really should come testify. You know who remembers John Bolton who is up tweeting you know about how this event Yeah of of the the air strike heard round. The world was long long in the planning yet long in the Planning John Bolton apparently but not long enough for them to tell Congress before they did it so he could come and testify there are there are plenty plenty of people who should come before the American people and tell us the truth but the one who won't is Donald Trump because he knows and his lawyers. No and Mitch. McConnell knows that if you really they wanted to exonerate himself he would come testify. But he can't exonerate himself and his lawyers not Giuliani but his actual lawyers probably telling him you are going to open. Open yourself up to serious legal jeopardy by the southern district of New York and by the State of New York if you actually answer those questions questions under oath to Congress if he's innocent as he says he has he should testify. A thousand wild horses couldn't keep away. He could have done that under the house rules and he it didn't he could do that under the Senate rules but he won't because what he fears the most is the truth coming out and him. Having opposed presidential presidential indictment. Let's say we he loses and then he leaves office what I in and he does get indicted. What do you what would you guess he would get indicted dated for possibly well? I think that there's a lot of facts that I don't know so it's hard to say at this point but we'll have to see what what evidence comes comes out. Let's see what happens if what we're hearing right now is true. Certainly there are a number of instances of fraud that have come out in the financial documents documents. The courts have them the questions whether or not we are ever going to see them. And under what circumstances but I think that's what we're looking at and I think that when it comes to the financial financial fraud that Donald Trump has repented on the people for years. Nobody said it better actually than Kellyanne Conway when she worked for Ted Cruz in the primary of two thousand sixteen he rips soft little guy he always rip off the people who work for him. The people who trust him the people who put their money in his care. Those are the people he rips off. Those are the people that he doesn't care here about. Unfortunately those are the people who voted for him so we have to hope. They break their chain of learned helplessness. But in the meantime Democrats have to go out and register every rebates voter. We can every young democratic voter that we can and make sure that we're lifting up our nominee and lifting up our senate and House and and Governor and legislative nominees In twenty twenty. That is the way to win. What does he understand? He understands raw power. What let us the way to beat him and to defeat his neighbors in the Republican Party when Christine Pelosi? Thank you so much for everything you do. And for writing the book Everybody be shared by the Nancy Pelosi way today. Lincoln being episodes notes Christine thank you again for joining me today. My.

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"anna post" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"Thank you for clicking played. Feels like we haven't done this in like two weeks because it's a week's got it feels like it hasn't been to a year speaking a half a million happy this is the one and only it and that he's show broadcasting live here in studio one. End PODCAST DETROIT. Beautiful Royal Oak Michigan this Baba's sales guy. That is David Geek. Randy I'm doing. The twitter is doing the twitter's find us online at it in the D dot Com and to give us a like on the socials and subscribe to US everywhere find find. PODCASTS are sold so even though like you're not the point any more and Arbor's still tomorrow. Yeah Gregory Gregory Tomorrow Haymaker so check them out for the first thing to. We'll be. Hey We got to talk to you and I have to talk her rainy. You can talk to us Figuring out are your schedule. There's a few places around town that I wanted to have our own mentality. Chelsea's not an ember anymore anymore. I haven't talked awhile. Do you pay attention. I'm only been in the hospital November. You had nothing to do. Would pay attention to people's facebook update. I've read movies the eighties movies to watch star wars movies speaking. God I I will say I do too. I've binged the hell out of like Disney. Plus I am getting every pennies worth out of that I ignored clone wars and rebels. When it came out I did? KINDA SORTA like battle star Galactica. I regret doing so now. The Edward James Almost one. Yes I do we what these key dude remember like I was like no. I'm not watching it. It's a remake. Screw you and then I watched it. I was like when it came on BBC and I was like Oh that was really good. I meant I didn't watch it. Damn good I was taping. All of them. I was watching them and then I was like kind of watching them half ass. I didn't get into it and by the then you got like pop culture constipation where like the backlog was just too much to push out. Clear my watch. Cubit nervous chosen considering giving up on like the term reboot season to just really hasn't common interest riverdale season. Four is a hot mess like the whole show has been Hamas and. I'll never forget. I was to work on my laptop and my daughter my twelve year old daughter. She might have been ten at the time. And all I keep hearing is Archie and Veronica Jug head right and I'm like what am I look over and it looks like like nine to one leading the blue heeler. You're watching my daughter's obsessed she goes. It's it's an angle. Those are archie comics. And I like pull it up on my laptop left and then like so like come. kind of Batard Archie Comics. 'cause Debbie's or stupid I you watch river like why there is nothing in common between. They learned that very quickly. You know like I felt like I've never felt like more like the mom from better off dead among but you like you like Greece. Uh but also you know so I have I been I binged. I made it all the way through. Clone wars I am in season two of rebels. I don't understand why Disney Plaza. I post about this the other day. I don't understand why Disney plus didn't just buy the rights for Takis Clone Wars which came came out years before The series that is on discipline. I saw you watch that two thousand three and it's at a dude like end to end like all of them together. It's two hours and twelve of minutes and it's good like I was is it between two and three. It's cold wars. Yeah no but clone wars was like two was clone wars ars. It's yes it's between two and three if it's the bridge it's and so here's the thing so clone wars. The one that's on Disney plus does not completely bridge between two and three yet. The season seven's comes. It comes out February twentieth. Yeah but so that Tarkovsky version in two hours and twelve minutes completely bridges those two movies and was so good like I was. I was stunned so so this is it kind of goes to like the dumbest headline read this week. There was a bunch of them not the Fart pill. We'll talk about that in a little bit. Dow was the dumbest without actually need is Uh of course you has you. But like the fake star wars arises skywalker streaming state see US steel users credit crude. What kind of a moron do you have to be and I am? I'M GONNA put it in that context. What kind of a moron? You have to be that you're GONNA throw your credit credit card info into a website that says hey I'm streaming this huge movie that still out in theaters right now and yet. You won't just go go to the theater to watch it Oh yeah that's right. They don't want to leave though. I don't know who these people are. No I am these people dude you know me. If it's it's not dude it takes a lot to get me normally people. I just don't leave in general It's the same people that but their credit card INFO to verify. Hi there age where they're chatting online they're hitting up in the UK real girl that wants to have sex with just with just them. Yeah not today Isis night today. They're probably going to big unknown actually physically leave mom's basement or Jim works once in a while you. It hasn't worked for me but for starting this guy in a forum that said it worked But now but now on the star hours tip dude who I gotta read. This is so stupid too because they got a quote from conspiracy on recommends that movies and TV fans to follow the following steps to be on the safer side. Pay attention to the official movie zootopia dumb ass attention. The official movie release dates. Don't click on suspicious. This is linked promising and early view of Phil Look at download file. Extension people are downloading the entire movie. Like probably like an E. He accidentally click here to lunch the player APP or something right. Well it was back in the day. was you go on like you. Watch like the shaky Russian Cam and check the websites authenticity you know. Make sure that it's got an https. Come on I mean. That doesn't really mean much. These days guesses free the mask anything But yeah people are getting hit by someone on the Star Wars. Dude I am. I am looking forward to this I I I want I need. I must have the hundred ninety. Two Minute Director's God. Yes of the rise of skywalker or how did how did that. Even become a thing where that's going to get released now if you haven't heard about this yet because cats can have you heard what so number one. There were two. Oh great stories of cats that we didn't even talk that we didn't even put make didn't even make the list number one. Nobody is go- actually. There are three number one. Nobody's going ten year old. saw cats number or to so many people are not going that while it still in theaters. They released a new version to the theaters to hopefully make it suck class number three. The only people that are truly enjoying cats apparently are people that are high off their ass when they see the movie. I told you my Magdalena Whiten my thirteen year old. She's like I go out with the theater. I go you guys go see star wars. She hasn't seen yet the my older one has she goes. She was always Tom Cat. I'm sorry I'm sorry. Your child has not seen Sarraj Dude. I've been incorrect. Where you're lucky? I went that night with the guy that was to be in a theater. You just told me I could have taken up with. My Kids Gretchen. Went when she had a boyfriend she went with him Thirteen year old dagger the whole world. He likes talking. I May with me so I don't mind them so much. It reminded me love talking wrestling with the one girl data when I was that age. I don't know what he's doing. No so this I says hour twelve minute version of the rise of scour. 'cause it's unprecedented who this hasn't been done. I've never heard of this especially talking about it as early uh-huh by the way we cut up I just shit but we're gonNA give it to you like three the end game just that after a game here with release version with like seven more minutes content that that was the same and Anna Post trailer. Yeah well so. Here's here's the issue and and I think this is why they're doing it. It's they've realized that okay. They did the Fan Service version of the movie which she tour which we talked about. No we talked about it. They they did the fan service. It was what it had to be version of the movie but they apparently left so much on the cutting room floor in order to try to make the release date and I mean. We're all geeks in this room We've all Dell had a minute. They've had a minute hardline. Like they were talking talking about Disney said. No you can only make blank. You know like this. Long of a Mo- no no it was no it was it was all about the date. No it was. It had nothing to do with length that had to do with release date Kurth and exactly. It's a it's it's length And so it was you know so that that was what they released like. He literally finished the cut like like the week before it was in theaters And that's the that's a shit show and so you know and so like and you read. You know your we've already done. We'd like Randy's shooting me links to read it forums and all that kind of crap create But you we read some of this stuff and and all the all that sorry. I don't mean to cut you. I'm sorry to the middle of my sentence. Yes no it was. It was totally Disney. They wanted it to be a certain length so they can only run more times than a theater so they could make their money really. You know it's says right like they literally it says right here like Abrahams even admitted. They wanted dizzy. Brass wanted it to be So the film could have screened reducing their potential box office if it was a longer film home which surprises me given the restrictions. They put on theaters and the the cut. They got from theaters like so like Disney put like a sixty percent boxoffice cut or polls a sixty percent box office cousin normally finally Like twenty to thirty his And demand that it be an X.. Number of like X. percentage of theaters and demanded to be you know this that and the other thing and if you I can guarantee that for like two months you weren't getting the movie.

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"anna post" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Nine two two two and don't for try to wait for the in the program to get your questions and we want to cover old questions let's go to Marty in Manhattan how are you thank you I'm very impressed by some folks are PO had it so I had one of the top doctors in the country specializes right not a statement poster and then although quite expensive though in fort Lauderdale area what do they charge you twenty thousand dollars that's insane no really charge twenty thousand dollars to stem cells it won't help us you know round trip airfare and yeah that's insane you know I we have to make common cause I'm glad you brought this up when doctors have used umbilical cord around me out of fluid stem cells Mexico Panama Costa Rica California which is not approved certainly FDA doesn't like that because there's so many variables you don't know the genetics you don't know the infection rate you don't know who's taking care of the cells of the are they damage when they're frozen all about you you know you can reject it they charge twenty five thousand dollars and that was the only place to go up until you know maybe ten years ago so when I sat down and got my training and get accepted in clinical trials subs without my my fellowship certification the average numbers were somewhere between ten and fifteen thousand and I said to the people that we were you know working with us said you're not to get anybody to come in that's got to an elbow wrist a small joined a larger join if you to charge the same for a person who's had a miss Parkinson stroke and etcetera so we were negotiating able we'll shoot them down for the joints to five thousand the second job would end up being twenty five hundred and dramatically different than what they were charging these other places penny intravenous was seventy five hundred so I don't see any reason for such a high number as you're describing because they're not using your cells they're not using kits to extract in Spain and you know do all the work and that's been there not doing that in Mexico Panama Costa Rica etcetera so I have an issue with that because they're charging way too much yeah I use those for my bone marrow we spend it in the Senate fusion he's the only one in the in the country it's not the world who specializes in our P. red nose pigmentosa Tamala just turn up he's an ophthalmologist he's a top and then had to be introduced to stay well the thing you know he was doing in in Germany and other parts of Europe about eight years before we began doing it I mean I get that because every other country's been doing it for probably close to a hundred years my question is I would need to know the speed of the centrifuges using it's got to be four thousand RPM if it's not you're not getting enough cells you would need to see what you know what's involved within that that twenty thousand dollar cost how to be re introduce them into your body I was put under anesthesia general anesthesia injected into my into my right now yeah it is there's no protocol for that I don't I don't I mean I I dislike the potential for the bad outcome there because someone Florida injected some of the I. the pursuing blind so no I got the reasonably good results okay you know you get a great my I got a lot of good light perception tell you all the places in the world that are doing stem cells the state of the art is intravenous and then using a nasal mist nebulizer to clear nasal passages and then dripped the stem cells you know one by one every two seconds or so into the back of your nasal cavity while you're lying down destiny are for stroke MS Parkinson's and Alzheimer's and that's also used for visual issues I don't believe you have to inject into the ice you can just do the nasal V. I. V. and you're getting all those cells yeah certainly adequate and we see the benefits to it yes one of the reasons I want to refer people to you because I looked at a number of doctors I thought there outrageous Michael at you know one of them is still using this or a lot of posts that issue I don't want to mention his name well let's talk about that for a minute this is really you know the perfect question the perfect venue for it when we started clinical trial was doing that oppose years ago so we thought it was good and they sent the centrifuge was not a super duper four thousand RPM centrifuge and maybe it was a thousand or two thousand R. P. M.'s but what we ended up getting with Anna post because you had to use collection ace which is a massacring is on to try to break down the collagen in the fat more to get more stem cells out of it you know you're trying to extract this like trying to use you know nitroglycerin or something a bomb to blow up the dirt to get more of the you know the the rocks and stuff out of it so any rate we did that we were getting decent numbers fifty seventy five a hundred million but then when the centrifuge became faster and the FDA approved centrifuge is a four thousand RPM centrifuge then they switched over to bone marrow which we use we've done a ton of thousands of them the stem cell counts when from you know the hundred thousand to one and a half to three billion we even have people from Canada that have come down and they found the holy stem cell counts I've ever seen in the four billion numbers so I thought that that was all I had for about ten.

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"anna post" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

12:09 min | 3 years ago

"anna post" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"You want to become a member of the the taking out podcast you can and for a a monthly fee for ninety nine. You can get exclusive content which is just working off topic episodes that we have Patriot as well. So this is if you're not on Patriae John this is another way to interact with us. And then there's other ways I interact with the We'll be posting videos and having conversations and stuff like and on and try not out so check it out Himalayas. It's spelled the only way that Himalayan is probably spelled anyway which I can't do off the the top of my head. Yeah I got it right in front of me and I talk about it. Yeah Yeah Yeah that going to ground us. What's going on with straight people? You guys. Gender reveal parties are dying as we're getting out of control take out of control since they know the boring ones were out of control like the ones who control like do the cutting the cake thing. It's fine at least there are no pyrotechnics involved. But did you hear about the gender reveal party. That happened in Iowa where I don't know if this is the actual party for like revealing the gender of the baby but it was like the pre party where they were building an apparatus to explode pink or blue dust into the air But tragically as they were packing gunpowder into a metal tube. They built a pipe. A advertently built a pipe bomb and it blew and and it kills the Bama healed one of the fucking grandma of the baby. One of a veal. WHO's a killer? I mean that's like obviously a really tragic example but I do hope that kid grows up to be non binary I know and it's just like I can't like destined from the beginning to just boil this whole this family's plans it is fucking tragic but also like first of all. Don't use gunpowder in a in a metal tube that's what Obama's and also to me. The party thing has gotten out of control in this way that like I feel like straight people need the attention online so so badly that it can either be. This whole thing is like a symptom of the social media like disease of like we will do fucking anything thing for likes on social media it kind of becomes a psychological thing for a lot of people and also this fucking gender binary man can. y'All just just give it up like it's so ridiculous everyone's always like Oh we don't care about the gender we just want a healthy baby okay. Well when that kid is like nineteen in his trans. I want remember that you said that because obviously do care a lot about gender and it's fucking killing people right they just want the bigger and better you know the bigger spectacle goal for the stupid fucking gender reveal at at most. It's bad best. It's a cheap ploy to get people to come over to your house and bring you more gifts when I'm wearing your babies are in the boat. I would hate to like like it was a lot of commitment. Yeah it's just a whole thing it's like it's a big party. It's ridiculous because it's in addition to the baby shower more. Oh Yeah it's literally another party for another round of gifts for the key. It's just so I can't. I can't reveal parties and they started the fucking forest fire a couple years ago. Yeah there was the one that throws eighties. They they did another thing that involve like an explosion of some sort and it was on really dry land and it kicked off like a hundred thousand thousand Acre forest. Fire like Y'all are out of control. That's why I tweeted that straight people need to be on a watch list and I'm right. Don't let them on airplanes. Don't let them have parties. At least men go through an added layer of security. I know I would be so happy if we batting straight people onto airplanes tell you I would have so many queer people should have our own little section of the plane to be nicer seats and then asking for that. Yeah Yeah you're right and I suppose it would be cool like a little more legroom a lot of tall maybe some beverages. I don't know yeah it'd be great. There was also another. Are you trying to reveal. That was another type of explosion and it was felt like two miles away That was that was a different one than the pipe bomb one and then also a friend of the PODCAST Anna Brenton posted What she thought was the worst gender reveal and it was them feeding watermelon to hippo and inside the watermelon there was Jello that was the color was also confusing because a watermelon inside is pink right so when inside so it was like pink and bloom out of it? I was confused. It was kind of purple. Yeah so that that was is weird but then also after. She tweeted that it got a lot of traction viral. Yeah reached out to her her. And we're kind of saying you know this was one of the happiest moments and we'd been trying. I'm like what the fuck did you think was going to happen You wanted this video. Video is attention carved out watermelon full of Jello so that you could show people and then it will get passed around and people would be like. Oh this this is awesome and in this day and age. That people aren't going to be shitting all over you and thinking that you're ridiculous and and then the other thing people were upset about was how how happy the dad was that it was a boy. Oh yeah his looks good. Yeah wouldn't it be the worst if you had a girl hippo hippo yeah also hippos like one of the most dangerous animals animal kingdom they are viciously mean and they are so dangerous. Bite fishing boats in half. I don't know what you're doing going up to one of them but anyway that video and these are the people that responded negatively to Anna's post are probably the same people who would respond under someone's someone's photo of like celebrating their non binary child or you know they're trans kit or like their baby with the pride flag being out Dr. You indoctrinate those kids like that like shut the fuck up. Yeah God it. Can you guys just take a fucking breath. Go around the block go for a walk. Just take a hike like stop. I'm so over it. I'm so over the all these people just frigging the fuck out over the gender of a kid's not even born yet. Yeah just stop. And they're I would have been equally happy if it was a girl is just we already have a girl. We've been wanting a boy mike. Okay no that doesn't sound like you would have been equally. Yeah it sounds like you elect piston. Annoyed Loyd yeah and like I don't know everything about that man is loud. You guys even want kids. I want kids I do. Yeah Alright not see me. Having a gender reveal my kid can have their own gender reveal every week or so as they please. Yeah you you let me know what you're feeling and that's great. You feel today today. Let's do it whatever I'm going to come up with another ploy to get more presence that doesn't involve gender or how about that. People are creative. We sure are yeah so instead of a gender reveal I'm going to reveal what sign my my baby. Yeah yeah they're going to be a Scorpio or have to come to the party. I can have avid Tarot card reader. God and in the birth of your kid around their astrological sign are also not exempt from my critique. The little shifting around on twitter to where it's like family planning based on what astrological sign the baby will have and I think that is. Just that's let's go. It's gone too far while we're trying to time time CECELIA's PREGNANC- around drugs because she wants to go on. I O Oscar retreats. I'm like you better do it before you get pregnant. Yeah exactly. That's my kind of family planning that. You won't board. I think it makes sense. I'm like Yep I think it's fine once Once we have kids you can't find nine days to go go back to Peru and do I owe Oscar in or you're GonNa do the real awesome experience in Peru you're supposed to have it not in like Jersey where my friends had at one time. Yeah it hurt the Super Scott. Her therapist recommended it. Actually and there's there's one that's All Women Oh cool so it's super gay on top but no I mean if you're doing it for like PTSD healing type stuff Ed I could see why only one so much trauma the women earns involves. Yeah exactly I ask a scares me. Though it's like isn't that the one on the throw up. Yeah you PUKE. No I saw the Chelsea handler after you. It's very hard the experience like it's it's you it's work it's not. It's not a party drug. It's like it takes place over the course of like days all day. It's like so there's there's there's like a shaman. Who's leading the the whole thing and they have like buckets and Hilsum Peru? Basically Yeah Yeah. It's in the rainforests and I mean it doesn't they have some in the mountains too but the diarrhea. Yeah all the stuff that you're drinking is somewhat toxic and it's it's a little bit much but then once you once you go through that once that clears out of your body then and you have the effects of a superintendent psychedelic and it makes you. It can like make you remember things that you have either forgot or repressed rest or whatever and then kind of gives you this like safe space to explore that and get over trauma but it's like people who like veterans and Repick dumbs and a lot of people who have tried and had precedents in all sorts of things and LSD. Yeah it seems seems a one point when I saw the Chelsea handler episode of her show. I was like this seems interesting. Maybe I'd WanNa do do that and then I did mushrooms for the first time. I'm like this is good enough. I'm not shitting in front of other people. Yeah Part I can't. I'm like a little boy with its work. It works but you know CECELIA's willing to put in the worst grades while I love her. She's awesome putting in the work. I support her. WanNa do drugs before getting pregnant. That's another guys fuel of cool. Like I WANNA I wanNA know about that story. Well we'll do an episode about it to tell our kids we got pregnant with you after a drug trip. Yeah it was a drug vacation. Yeah Yeah I mean most people. I'm sure there's a lot of people out there that were conceived on some sort of drug vacation whether it's like you know her org drug station and that's your drag vacation. Okay drug station. Yeah some people live as one big drug station which is nothing wrong with that. Just be safe. Well kind of I was just this weekend. Get in Connecticut. And they know precisely when their baby was conceived and it was like an afternoon that they had decided to have afternoon Martinez and just like got weird at home in the middle of the afternoon or at or at one of their parents houses when nobody was home and they tell they always tell a story but like I so my the point of that stories that I hung out this this whole weekend with a one and a half year old and a one and a half year olds. Don't take any time off from being the one and a half they definitely. I mean.