35 Burst results for "Artem"
"artem" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"On twitter for you. Which i'll just ask now because i'm laughing thinking about it. Do you think in russian like when you think in your head. Are you talking to yourself in russian english. Yeah yeah. I think when you go to the gym used to go to the gym you like counting your sets in boston must have counting english because you will meeting. You would count in russian because native language have no actually counted english so bizarre we actually explaination. Y y- alhaji words very long in. Its now i think you're just being lazy lazio much faster and easier to just like. I actually saw this museum today and it said why do people say half a dozen when you can literally just say six straight. I mean get lazy okay. I wanted to go back a bit because everyone knows the artem that we've seen on dancing with the stars total balanced but your background is mystery to some a lot of people were saying. Get them to tell us about how he grew up like when he moves. And i know some of the stuff. But i wanted to give my listeners. Some of your story. And i'm sure all learned something about you too but first off. How do people say your last name. That was a question allow. Or i think i can say it this way of looking for chicken. Yeah it was good. Yeah that was really good. I think i think sometimes will i think is hard is when you putting the intonation. On that word it's different like negative. Seoul was like more beck of the word. Yeah like be easy as rushing award people. I think goliath willing babushka. Yeah whiskey wrong. Way of putting the information. It's not bubble shades babushka which is licensed relate meaning of the word. And then you split out so the same thing with my last name. It's said if not windsor. i'll interesting. Yeah i always did vincent but it's more like an american way of saying it so thought you said right. It's perfect been raking down bicker. The way i've been told yeah will will not use to strictly come dancing cairn of this and stars cruise foreside who was the host of the show a very very long time and mom's boston and he's like absolute legend so.
"artem" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
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"artem" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Point and it's kind of like it's secretive because like is also always okay like you keep feeling to be paying you know sometimes being apparent realizing those things really are how to like a blind that you know that so interesting. My girlfriend was telling me a story. About how like even when her i think his he's six now. Yeah he's six but like in all his pass birthdays. He could tell you get uncomfortable with opening presents in front of kids so they stopped doing that because they're like how uncomfortable the syndicate in front of all these other kids and you're supposed to have this big reaction but you have a bigger one for the better toys and uncomfortable and she's like i never thought of that before but i could see that it was making him uncomfortable and we had to be like oh open the presence like so many little things that you start to pay attention to as a parent to to make sure you're thinking about these things and being aware of them for your kid but ma he's just so cute and he's i can't get over his hair. It's the best thing ever he's do you take. Are you going to teach him russian. Well kind of do what. I'm actually doing every morning. 'cause i'll schedule kinda work south like i'd get up when he gets up and a couple of hours round stealing bad trying to catch apple mislead because you seem pretty much the night right So actually put like a russian like russian music or applica- russian news. That is like he can hear the conversation. Yeah is this point right now. Like like sometimes when he drinks milk. I'm like that's milk. You know like yeah. I would say and i say like when i'm with him. Woman want action talks came a lot on russian. It out wrote for walks always speak to him in russian which is which some kind of funny because of me is life l..
"artem" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I bet you and he feels they have a diaper on is maybe just wanting to be naked. They don't wanna wear well. Yeah i mean babies are so i feel like that's why they love being in water. They like be naked. Because that's all they've known their whole you know nine months in the womb. They're just like in liquid and all caught up in and cozy naked. And i feel like that's just what they want to get this frigging diaper off me. I would love changing diapers. I think because. I'm aware who likes even picking up my dogs poop because i feel like i'm taking care of him like i'm like i've got you. You don't have to worry about me. i'll pick up your because i love you so much. You just feel like you're taking care of them are menlo. Even though you pick up and change diaper everything. I mean than oo dallas strong man that was let you loving it. But the is ethnic Party relax This is if baby now. Do you like how does that. Come out of this cute little perfection. Bundle of joy. I can't even handle. I mean every day. When i look at pictures of matteo when you would show me like i told you my heart. My ovaries were just exploding. And i was like. I need to have one of those. But it hasn't happened yet so i don't tell jason i'm telling you i'm ready. He's like no. I have to put a ring on it first and then we have to get married and then we babies and i was no no welcome to twenty twenty one. We live in a free world where we can. You know a pandemic going on still. We can do it in a different order right. I think you create your own roles you buy your own roles and it makes you makes you happy mentally and i also see the mirror ball behind you. Is that where you keep it or just you do what i put it in different. That's so far let you put it up. I see that yeah shit. You said the whole thing. Because i mean i originally. I haven't done one zoom scenes than ours not having minimum suits in dancing with the stars. I'll swear to god i have. I talked to my parents. Yeah we'll out but my parents don't care what i look like. Saddam who long as concede a cadillac. Nobody cares so the to my first Stars oh that's so funny because we used to do the zooms. Obviously every monday after we performed and it was like i zoom yesterday that was like holding a baby and stop. It was a whole. That was so funny. Where because for those listening to i was doing. Nikki embraced podcasts. And artem came on and it was so funny because tayo so cute he just kept looking up at you and be like what are you doing dad like. You're not paying attention to me. And you've got these fun wires and a big microphone like let me eat it. Let me pull the wires. You're like you guys. Just go ahead with the podcast. I'm going to attend to daddy. Duty on medalists insane. What's what's the latest and greatest. He's doing 'cause ice. Always look forward to you telling me these things. I remember watching a video where he was literally a tiny little infant child and it was like he was he could say i love you almost and he was like very aware of like conversations..
"artem" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"On our way to dancing with the stars mir ball trophy which we on big deal. He truly did kick my butt all season. We definitely had our ups and downs. But of course. I'm so grateful that we got through it together and it was definitely all worth it any end. He's a dancer fiancee a new father. And i'm so glad. I got to be his partner. Finally got the chance to sit down and dive into all of the behind the scenes of our season together and hear about how he got to where he is and how. He's doing post season. So i hope you guys enjoyed today's episode with the one and only artem chigvintsev. We were just talking about how you don't sweat very much and i found that so weird because i was sweating just sitting here wearing the sweatsuit and my beanie and i was like artem was never like sweaty when we danced and humour beanie the whole time like i was so much sweatier than you. What what's that about dance one night of just watching doing it. So that's fair but even when we were doing like the jive when we did it over and over and over and over again i was still sweatier than you know. Maybe you just like sweat. More as a human symbol is that i just went martin's grocer than you got scared so funny that we spend every freaking day together and then now it's been like a few months and were finally podcasting but we're you so sick.
How to be Two Ways strong: Dreamtime science and finding yourself
"I'm am bob. I'm from kabul queensland coming away from queensland knowing anyone down he coming down here obama self. I was a little bit like nervous anxious about what was going to happen. I can elect make friends. 'cause i'm a little bit shy but eventually i mean caitlyn now i'm caitlyn. I'm from leading new south. Wales was really awkward at first meeting. New people are being part of a big crowd is really scary. Say i'm tony adamson. I'm a student at the university of adelaide studying a bachelor of science in wildlife conservation. Biology to yanni attained his cantonese ago as a year. Ten student herself in it triggered this enormous event in her life. Afterwards which you'll hear about next week but as a mentor he. She's living with this bunch of smart fifteen year olds who all applaud from right across australia to be here. Artem land to adelaide kabul cha to coffs harbour and for some of them. This is going to be the first time they surrounded by this many other indigenous people there i night. Some don't have much knowledge about their indigenous heritage. In fact how would you describe what feeling students have when they first arrive at this camp. Yeah definitely Nervous unsure of what to expect a lot of them are feeling a little bit vulnerable especially vulnerable in their cultural identity. I love it. I love my culture. Much like those a lot that i need to learn. I'm katie nugent. Catherine megyn i'm from queensland and just the feeling like when i'm on land when i'm with people who have a close connection to the land i just feel something as it's pride is like a really warm like feeling like i belong kind of thing and i want that connection. I don't know scott the feeling like it's only my stomach. It's a good feeling. I have a certain but it makes me eager to learn about my own culture and like we from two. When i can imagine that many of the students that you're working with don't necessarily feel a strong connection to culture yet. That's a really powerful emotion. Orange provocative question. A lot of us do know that we've lost our metro part of our culture. Ghana elda rosemary. Wang inane is here to support the students through the next nine days in her role as a cultural later on born. Fifty five psalm. Sixty three. And i can't speak language. I was born into policies that was about assimilating and being raised on missions and reserves way you contained and controlled to be manipulated soccer logically to deny your aboriginality and your cultural beliefs concert understandings and practices today. Rosemary runs heroin company which she calls the australian institute for loss and grief developing a model for healing based on her own experiences of being dislocated from her culture or congo. We missed business. I can't do ceremonies. can't practice sorry business in a traditional way so it goes back to. What do we mean as average people. What do we mean by culture. Because pre seventeen ninety eight the traditional culture very powerful structured wise of of living and being for thousands of years post civil tonight in saw it was part of that so so what. I didn't learn why can't teach my children what children can teach my grandchildren. It this program here with these kids there. My grandkids generation. That no even this than me. Yeah we've got a responsibility to these young was. Do i think talk about. What do we mean by culture because we're living in a very very continue sitting now and that's what makes aboriginal summer school for excellence in technology and science run by the sea siro unique this intimate blending of culture with science indigenous science to two way learning aboriginal people in australia have been practicing science and scientific method for sixty thousand and eighty thousand one hundred thousand. Since the first son came we have been practicing the scientific methods through medicine through nutrition through architecture through agriculture through physics through astrophysics and it really is quite accurate when people describe acids the first scientist said what we were doing now it may not have been the language of western science that we're so used to hearing about now but it's undeniable that it was science and practicing the scientific method
"artem" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"You know you're going to need a lot more time to prepare for that so because this year was supposed to be a busy for me i did not expect corona. Of course i was. I started training may from the beginning of the year and was just gonna. I'm a may was the main focus. And i just so happens to be that i am in fact vising amino at the end of the year. I didn't think i would be out this year. It didn't look like it was going to be a possibility with everything. That's going on but i'm happy to be fighting again and happy to make sure that they're my family has a nice and green christmas this year. Love it and it's five rounds urine titlefight at arena a arena fight to That's great is that something that you were able to negotiate a outstep in for the vacant title. But but i'm not fighting any. I'm not gonna do any contender bites. I want to go straight for the gold. To be honest. I did not request the data. This was something that they just suggest that. Of course you know. I just say yes to me. The only thing that mattered than the whole thing was the the the paycheck you know said. Look guys once the bay jug once. I'm happy with the paycheck. I don't care who you want me the fire. I don't care what the way they want to fight. What sport you me to fight. I don't give a fuck signed that paycheck. And i'm gonna be there artem. We've seen you compete in just about anything that's available and one thing that i heard you say that really got me interested was he said in twenty twenty one. You want actually look towards boxing. And i wanted to ask you how soon twenty twenty one is that something you wanna do and when you do that do you just have to immerse yourself in only boxing or do you train a little anime in some of the other stuff because like like. I said we've seen you just about anywhere. The reason i say. Boxing is You know as i mentioned before. I'm only going to keep fighting for two more years And i would like to secure a good future for my family. And now i've been getting six figures for quite some time now and life is good on six figures but if you wanted to secure a good future for the family you have to be hitting seven-figure babies and i feel the easiest way to do it. If if not almost the only way to do it is true. Boxing so You know. I had some interesting proposals at the start of twenty but corona fucked everything up for me so i'm hoping to get right up where i left it off. You know Yes i will be. I will be training. Mma because it will be it will make sure that i'm ready for any other combat sports by the yes. I will definitely be looking towards boxing. for sure. Did you watch this past weekend with mike. Tyson roy jones junior. If so what were your thoughts. And then also jake. Paul was very interested in fighting. Amiga guys what did that do for you to get your mouth watering. Because that seems like a fight that we would all love is right down your alley ardal. Yes i mean in terms of that. I have nothing to gain from bidding that other than financial gains so if they give me the paycheck that i'm happy with i don't care i again. We'll take all his brother of wherever else in the family wants to get it. They can get it As for mike. Tyson roy jones and i was so happy to see those guys nights unhealthy and You know. I was excited to watch the fight. I enjoyed the fight to me when when you have two guys like that they have done everything in this sport and me if they wanna do it for whatever reason led them you know. These guys need to prove anything. They have proven whatever needs to be proven already so if they have each if they have that fire back or do they want money or whatever there is this might be in. I have no we show at all. You know with them doing it. And i enjoyed. It was very enjoyable for me. If they do it again. I will certainly in one more time. you know all the power to them you know. They absolutely agents than i lost all of their fights including this one. Yeah wanna see the jake. Paul one for sure man. Hopefully they they pay you for that one and you can get on and look that youtubers ass Role for him. An easy payday. I haven't had many paydays in my life so Maybe i'm juwan so. Hey it's like you said it's been a while since we caught up. I wanted to ask you. Are you completely done in the bare knuckle world and did you enjoy your time when you find at bare knuckle or i absolutely loved it. It's a it's a great sport. That's a great. Experience is unlike anything i have ever experienced. I really love the fact that the rounds only two minutes and there's only five over them That excitement you know as soon as you start adding fighting time excitement takes a hit straightaway. People just careful. They're afraid of getting tired rightfully so of course Also doug of that in terms of Brain damage you know Fighting diamonds directly proportion directly correlated to You know a brain injuries so the shorter you fight the less likely you will get the brain injury and also. I really love the concept. You know it's not very long getting on the show and get a fuck out and it's based so well so them right. I love the and i'm hoping to make a comeback at some point in three hundred twenty one Definitely my one of you fighting. All sports bareknuckle is probably You know way Three top of that list. I put that first night up there with forest and bonner man. It was epic. I loved it. That was quite the show. I got to imagine when when you run into fans they bring that up. Oh yeah definitely that fight. I felt like i was just in the blender. You know you're just going out on it. Was somebody turning on the blender and shots from everywhere bloodless was fucking all over the place than the round would be over. I would sit down. My hands were in agony of like what the fuck is just happened. This a right. It's time to go back out there again. They turned the blend back on and it was just all over again. I was absolutely crazy. Experience but Yeah it was very enjoyable back nice. And i'm not sure we ever even told you. Congratulations on defeating pauli. Murray analogy former two-time boxing champion. You guys built up a great fight you got your hand raised so you should be very proud of that will do so much..
"artem" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"The world with this. Thailand was recent one prague like i mentioned Icing australia era. What would have been your paper locations in you have. Do you have any hairy situations of wake up with a big snake next year bed or or use a really remote areas at times yea well. Costa rica was right after my accident. So i wasn't all there and i went swimming in the ocean and i ended up like real real far away and the tigers kept taking me out further and further and further and i was like dude like i'm getting kind of tired and and i don't know how i'm gonna get back in. I just kept trying to swim in. I couldn't get in the undertows. So gnarly and i was out there for a while and my friend was with me. He was also driving me around so couldn't see it like that. Good i had double vision stuff. And he came out there on the serpent. He was surfing. Came out there on a surfboard. Is like bro. you're way out your what are you doing mike. I can't get back in. He's like oh my god you just almost died so was like okay so then. He brought me back in with a surfboard. We crashed into the rocks. It was like it was pretty crazy. Dude like uh us thinking about mad. If he wasn't there i would like i'm trying to swim to decide but just wasn't happening just kept going further and further out. Now's like man. That's that's scary. Because i wasn't thinking straight at a note was doing. It was weird but that was kind of a weird thing. Crushed couple of cars. Couple funny crashes and stuff too but i mean that's it i mean there's nothing to to gnarly. Everything was pretty eight. tj george. I was really curious to get his bricks because he was trying to figure out what strategy works best throughout all these seasons. My watch i kind of come to the realization that i'm not even sure there is one because he is so many plot with so many things that happen. And sometimes some editors work. And sometimes they don't i really don't know so. Can you answer the question. Is there a scrap. Long time one minute baby. I'll be out there. Sorry about that. Not all right. There is no strategy. Did like like every strategy. We come up with something. Why it's going to be hard to do whatever you think you're you're going to do like we. We have so many scenarios in sitting in a room that they have something that are like dude. What if we did this this this this this. I'm like wow sick. Such as best. I mean it blows my mind. Some of the stuff they think of. And then all of a sudden it comes to fruition. And they've already thought of it. So it's i love it and we do too as well a dj. We appreciate your time this morning. Can't wait for double agents on december nine eight eastern seven central. I'm hooked on. We're trying to get as many people hooked. I think this is a quality show. Perfect reality television and those challenges are awesome. So thanks to give up by here on talk radio guys. I really really appreciate you. Thank you so much. Take care of going gone stagnant with various folks. Tj lavon catch it again. December nine eight eastern seven central. This one's called double agents and it's the empty be challenged They basically grab some people from the former of stars big brother and Real world road rules road rules challenge and a lot of them are actual like great athletes and so over thirty four seasons of of the challenge and all the other shows that i mentioned they. They they've been able to secure some of the best of the best that they always come. Come back and return and Some of these rivalries go from one season to the next. Then you got veterans against the rookies Everything you can ask for man. I enjoyed and i'm telling you. These are ninety minutes long. But i i love it like there's just a lot of Twist and turn so. Don't wait you know what's cool too is like living here in las vegas. We have these people that that have lived in las vegas or born and raised in las vegas. That kinda just make you feel good about the community. And he's one of them and he's one of the guy even when he wasn't scheduled show he'll he'll walk through the mandalay bay. Come over and kind of knock on the glass just kind of say what's up and it makes you feel good 'cause you know vegas has been through a lot last couple years and message for tony. The ceo of zappa's as well who passed away recently. Add vegas cats. Just look out for each other about. That's one thing i've noticed in this town of are now What's it twelve years. But vegas people take care of people. Sure listen we got another guest coming up here in a few minutes Artem lobov is gonna join the program. Artem has a fight coming up in nick's martial-arts we've seen them we've seen them in a ufc. of course we've seen over bare knuckle and he's going to be fighting at arena and we're gonna talk to him about that. I want snuck up on me. Goes because artem is a friend of mine on facebook from time to time. My all say hello. It had been a while since. I said alot. But i was thinking after. I read that article that danny's cigar colleague. Emma may junkie done about catching up with the argentine fighters and their reaction to the loss of diego. Maradona the great. Soccer's of superstar. And i know they. They caught up with a santiago I think we'd canetti. I forget who else it was three or four room and they were all talking about. Obviously what what an idol. That guy was to them or or or or just to the whole country. You know and i thought about articles like wait a minute. A lot of people don't know this born in russia forge in ireland. But he did. I believe live two years. If i'm not mistaken in argentina. He's got a cool argentine in axon. Have you talked to him. It stinks up when when balancing a bus outer spanish. Same thing with artem. He'll talk to you in spanish and it's very fluid and he's got that argentina an accident but i asked him i go. Hey bargo Newmont modern ona. Did you have memories of him or whatever. He was like well listen. I didn't play soccer. I'm not really the biggest soccer fan. But i cannot deny that this guy was huge in argentina. When i lived there you know and we started talking how you been good. He told me he had a fight. Coming up. I looked quickly. Wait a minute. It's the right around the corner heads to a catch of cool. So he's in a pop in here pretty soon and what will catch up with him. Know what's interesting about maradona. Is there are some players that are great and you can pull up a highlight reel and you can just look at it and go okay. Like like patrick ewing earlier..
'Dancing with the Stars' crowns Season 29 winners
"Alum Caitlin Bristowe and pro dancer Artem check that said, are the winners of season 29 of dancing with the stars. In last night's finale, Bristowe and her fellow three finalists Nellie, Justina Machado and Knave Schulman competed on the ballroom floor for the Mirror ball trophy. Bristol's win comes a year after Bachelorette star Hannah Brown was crowned the season 28 champion. That's entertainment. Nick, a mogul Hiss and B C news radio.
Vernon Lockhart: Art On the Loose
"All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Vernon Lockhart. I am a designer. I call myself a creative therapist. I am a exhibit designer, a brand developer interactive designer. Artist. and. I. Am the executive. Director of a program project called project as Moses out of Chicago. Now. One thing that I've been doing for everyone kind of just the start of these interviews during this pandemic kind of just doing a check in to see how folks are doing. So how are you holding up? You know we're given the space in times we're in we're I'm holding up pretty well I think one of the saving grace for me in a lot of this is. When you grow up on from the lane of saying boo as I grew up in a very rough area in Saint Louis and you know we faced adversity every day so. You know you have the coronavirus in things like that now. But for me growing up, you had to face all kinds of threats, potential adversaries so Well given the circumstances, I I commute back and forth caring for my mother who affectionately call a baby girl just can't for. So that's probably one of the key challenges but as far as. Things go we still have a lot of clients that we work with online and for project ASS? Moses alive things virtually with the students given the circumstances I'm I'm very grateful and feel very blessed to will be functioning at full capacity. What does a regular day look like for you now? So for me, a regular day would be getting up one thing that I don't have to do as much in. Okay. With this is not commuting back and forth so much. But getting up saying my prayers getting some breakfast getting on my laptop, looking at emails checking the circumference of the day clients. Immediate needs doing those usually that takes me up until about mid day I usually try to schedule any meetings I have around thirty two noon referee and then any errands I have to run out of usually do air early evening I'm a southern boy living in a city. CHICAGO. So I still have a yard and in a house and things like that. So you I'm out cutting. And things like that towards the evening. So I would call it a pretty normal southern boy day usually my average day but I'm a businessman at the same time. So you know it's a balance between the two but that's an advocate from. So speaking up about business you have a design firm called art on the loose is that right? That's correct. Tell me about it. When did you first start that? So are Donna loose very interesting. We been in operation. Now for about twenty three years I started in the late nineteen I'd say about ninety six and tonight six roughly. And we I was actually working at northwestern university in their at their center for Public Safety Division and we will working on a lot of. Copro shears and things like that in. So it was kind of mundane just no adventure knitted all in myself in one of. Colleagues that I work with addicts Ner we had conversation as I wonder do more I want to be free. I would have some creative freedom here in we started talking about doing our own design work. And in our conversation start playing with name ideas in that I mentioned you know I wanna be free I want to be loose in a good way right as a heart let's let's and so we kinda because we were both artist and he says so let's just call the artem loose in. That's how the name was born in banding Hannah came from this whole Superhero Ultra N-. Staying that I was called as a key going up still combat to this day and so we use kind of empowering. The word artem lose but also with the whole color Palettes, we used our background is how we grew up to create the the business name and I have to just this quick story about ultraman lousy key kids were were calling me ultra because my it was pointed they call me the football hero Alterman. I was like you know and I came home from school I'm I'm one of ten kids, right so I came home from school that I was upset and I start crying to my mother baby girl and I told her what the key is will call him the main she say at wait a minute isn't all tremendous food bureau SABA come home from school to watch ultraman every. Day, and she said I thought he was a superhero say he is. He says we'll take that negative and make it a positive and so I literally went up to my room and start designing year Alterman on and I, went back to school they pop my collar and was like they were like ultimate success right on alternate and so at three sixty beds. So it started all Japan. And took that negative in Medan deposited but also is one of my personal experiences and Brandy. In power of branding, and so I took that icon and symbol. Even. If you look on our business site, you'll see that iconic symbol for for ultra mass I knew. To this day in and I got my design in artistry from my mother, my mother went to design marks. So that's how artem loose in the name came in existence with the story behind it to
CK Goldiing explores 'telephobia'
"You afraid of having to make a phone call that something called telephone. And a podcast in the UK has exploited by ringing people at random. The worry about it later podcast is hosted by CK golden and we linked to it today American public media and revolve podcast serve announced their to make spanish-language podcasts brains on NS. Spaniel will be their first release press release says it'll be available exclusively on a major podcast platform that will be announced this fall. Wonder if that begins with A. Toast fireside has launched the fireside pro plan, which they described as a plan for podcasters who are becoming serious about their show. The plan includes a number of collaboration features and enhanced analytics. Acosta's launched a feature allowing listeners to rates podcasts in the CAST APP. Since launching this month, people have left more than forty five thousand in-app ratings for nine thousand different shows. podcast down online takes place on October twenty, six virtual version of the popular across Europe podcast event speakers include lawn. Woods from Ear Hassle Julie Shapiro from Radio Topa Steve Pratt from Pacific content and me if you want money off and there's a special code in our show notes newsletter today if you like free promotion to your podcast, International Podcast Day two, thousand twenty is on September Thirtieth Hannah's a gold sponsor podiums wants to showcase your show. During this session, we linked to more honoring the best of the European incident. The lovey awards are still open for entries. If you thought you'd miss. The opportunity to enter their eleven new podcast categories they've a grace period until the twenty fifth of September spotify has announced its latest content deal with quotes, the Internet's longtime favorite comedic personalities and fashion and lifestyle icons. Ricky Thompson and Denzel Dion for an upcoming podcast series influences apparently lemon artem media switching from Westwood one two stitches midriff AD sales westwood one has picked up inside of you a podcast with small actor, Michael Rosenbaum, and the economist posts in this week's issue that podcasting provides a space for free thought in China we linked to that today to from our show notes and Dr. Newsletter. And Cost News pop culture happy hour NPR's entertainments and pop culture round table podcast is to go daily later this year and announced a fourth co host Asia Harris. and. Worldwide we so dependent on our phones, our computers and the Internet. What happens when you don't protect yourself online criminal domain a new podcast from ample talking to victims of cybercrime in podcast con presented by. Norton lifelock
New Zealand On Alert After 4 Cases Of COVID-19 Emerge From Unknown Source
"New Zealand reports I knew corona virus cases in one hundred two days by Nick Perry. Wellington New Zealand New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinta Arden said Tuesday that. Have found four cases of the corona virus and one offline household from an unknown source. The first reported cases of local transmission in the country in one hundred, two days. Arden said Auckland at the nation's largest city will be moved to alert level three from midday Wednesday through midnight Friday meaning that people will be asked to stay at home while bars and many other businesses will be closed. These three days will give us time to assess the situation gather information. Make sure we have widespread contact tracing. So we can find out more about how this case arose and make decisions about how to respond to it. Once we have further information artem said at a hastily called news conference late Tuesday. I know that this information will be very difficult to receive. Arden. Said we had all hoped not to find ourselves in this position again, but we had also prepared for it and as a team we have also been here before. She said that traveling into Auckland will be banned unless people live there and are traveling home. She said the rest of the country will be raced to level two through Friday meaning that mass gatherings will be limited to one hundred attendees and people would need to socially distance themselves from each other director general of Health Ashley. Bloomfield said the infections were confirmed after a person in their fifties went to their doctor on Monday with symptoms and was swapped twice testing positive both times. Six other people in the person's household were then tested with three more positive results. Importantly, the person has no history of Overseas Travel Bloomfield said adding that the source of the infections remains unknown until Tuesday. The only known cases of the virus in New Zealand were twenty two travelers who had recently returned from abroad and were being held in quarantine at the border. The country has been praised globally for its virus response. New Zealand initially got rid of the virus by imposing a strict lockdown late March when only one hundred people at tested positive for the disease that stopped, it's spread life returned to normal for many people in the Pacific nation of five million as they attended rugby games at packed stadiums and sat down in bars and restaurants without fear of getting infected. But some had warned that the country had become complacent new. Zealanders have never routinely worn masks but authorities have been urging people to buy them just in case. The outbreak comes less than six weeks before New Zealanders. Polls in a general election.
Leaf Botany - Shape
"It comes to leave talk and God knows I love Lee Talk. There are a little terms. Bandied around that you may or may not be familiar with. I'm going to run through some of them now just to give you an idea of the range of terminology that you can use to describe leaves. I mean why bother you can say well. Relief is round or it's pointy or it's holy. Why bother with all these specialists terms well part of the reason? Is that as you get more into this hobby? No doubt you'll start reading up online and in books about plants and you'll find these terms start to come up and learning. These terms just helps to enhance your understanding of what you're reading. So what are the some of the terms that you're likely to come across? Well let's start at the very basic level with the leaf walk makes up the structure of the leaf. Well the Lamma is the blade of the leaf. The flatbed the that we possibly most interested in and the stock he bit well. That's the patio but do remember not who plants have patios. Some of them joined straight onto the stem. And it's an adaptation that saves the plant some water and listen to bobby reminded me of another useful pair of words when describing leaves and that's back. Co and Adak seal yet. You have to have your teeth in when you say those the opposite of visit belief. That's the Adak seal and the underside. That's the AB axial again. You might come across that one when you are reading about plants and that just helps you to know what is what. And then there's a whole set of words just describing the shape of a leaf. I think you notice about relief. When you're looking at is is it. Simple or compound now simple while that's fairly obvious it just means the leaf is one whole thing together rather than having some complex design whereas a compound leaf well that's formed by a number of flits that join together and then attach onto the stem and there's a couple of different coins compound leads your probably going to come across in the House plan world. Probably the most notable is compound pommie now and as is often the case the clues in the name a compound Paul Mate. Leave looks a bit like a hand. So if you think of a horse chestnut leave or in the House Plant World Shuffler relief. You are along the right lines and you can. Of course get palm. Eight simple leaves think spicier Japonica for example. That's a great example of a leaf. It looks like a hand but it's simple. It's all one leaf. The other form of compound leaf ease the P. natively compound leave and I guess the best example I can think of this. One is the sensitive plant Mimosa. Puteh Co where the leaflets are. All arranged in a straight line out in the garden the best example probably is arose some of the names of quite poetic. Iran the like Peltier eight which means a leaf where the patio joins not the edge of the leaf but somewhere in the center like Mr Shanley compete to that I also like has state which means a spear shaped leaf so think of a Philodendron artem being the perfect example again the Latin telling you something about relief and then we have the wonderful Lancia late which means quite simply shaped like allowance so in other words it comes to a point at the end. So think about your busy Lizzie. Impatiens classic Lawns Hiller leaves there are loads. More LINEAR world best. The spider plants leads right. Best fairly obvious. And then you've got something like Hoya carrier with its OPD coordinator leaves which means that harsh eight with the stem at the pointy and rather than the other end. If you want to go deeper into leaf shape names then do check out the show notes. Broil include some links to some wonderful pictures and diagrams of different types of shapes and he can spend hours learning the all. But how is a leafs shape determined? Why is this so much variation? Well this was where I need to call in an expert. I'm Enrico Coen. I'm research scientist Jonas Center Well we try and study and understand how plant forms are produced. How leaves grow how flowers get shapes often look at around my growing collection of House Plaza? Just wonder the amazing variety of leave shapes demonstrated even in my body's collection do have any insolent for us about why certain leaves are shaped as they are what what is it. What are the factors that determined the shaper indeed leaf size leaves a fascinating terms of the as you say variety of shapes the produced and one of the big questions which we still don't know all the answers to is how these shapes generated manmade shapes? We have a notion of how we make a spoon or plate because there's next to hand off our own hand the the process but with a leaf as with most biological structures there is no external hand it all has to figure out how to produce these shapes internally and Just as in a sense you could imagine how just to we use the musical scale. A single musical scale can produce all the different music that we hear from symphony used concertos to pop music and yet it's the same notes. It's the way in which the organized and put together the generates this amazing Variety of music and the same way leaves have a set of basic ingredients. And it's the combination of these ingredients allows still many different forms to be generated so although he's Mabul variety forms underlying that Some basic rules to get combined and also some glorious ways to produce the shapes. We
"artem" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast
"Everyone so we are back for part two of our baby daddy special now. I haven't seen all of your tweets and your comments and I know everyone is like. What are your thoughts about me getting pregnant as having a baby element? No one's heard from artem anywhere and so I'm finally bringing artem on so he can answer all of your questions and we could just know exactly what he's thinking. So what up baby? Daddy cool sounds great. Ask Away I said what up Baby Daddy? You never acknowledge me. This is our so our turn into fifteen year marriage together so we didn't bags for like ten this morning but meet him. Coughing is like you have to give me kisses before I give it to you. Yes I had a bag. That is so low true That lies well. Aren't I'm talk to us? What do you WanNa know how you're going to be a dad? I wish I could see his smile right. Now you're going to be a dad. I Hide Airy for Botha feel scary. It feels very scary because obviously I've never was that before and I have a great parents who raised me. I think really well. And there's just a really high expectations you know that is the bar is very high and I do not want to fail right but I'm excited. I'm excited obviously. I don't feel as much as you feel because it doesn't grow inside me so I don't have that twenty four seven feeling of like. Oh something inside me so yeah. It's a little bit. Maybe different than you are. But I'm thrilled. I'm thrilled for that baby to come out and you know holding attend. I'm still GONNA fight you. Who Side of the beds? The baby is GonNa Sleep. We know you know this is crazy. He we were at dinner last night. My birdie business partner and friend he and his girlfriend cooked us an amazing dinner because right now we are not going out to restaurants or anything. Everything's home cooked meals and Arnhem like out of nowhere in front of everyone. What was brought up about the baby in the beginning how the baby sleeps next tuna bed in a little crab and obviously next to them arm out of nowhere. It was like a no. It'll sleep on my side and I'm like oh. We're literally debate in front of everyone on the my side told me that. I was GONNA have to alter her one time time. Cute and fun and not go into straight into a debate. I think I feel like next to my my baby. I don't think it's negative at all. Well until your titties grow breast milk. We will talk if my tedious could grow breast milk. Like please do okay but anyways one thing I feel like artem. Oh that you're really not expressing as how sensitive you're all of it and one thing in a relationship and even when we were friends you constantly always talked about being a dad and even we started dating you would send me picks of you and gloves little girls and like. You're probably one of the first guys that I've ever dated. Who would talk about wanting to be dad of lot to whereas like oh my gosh. This guy really wants to be a dad which was amazing. Because I feel like almost every woman or man when you're with someone You that's what you really want to hear from your guys like you. You want that because you don't get to hear that a lot. They always want to wait. And you're like oh my gosh. I'm getting older but you're someone who really did crave to be a father and really wanted that in your future and so even when you found out artem did cry like you got very emotional and you were very happy and I think they want it started set in. I think our first ultrasound when we heard the first heartbe. We're looked each like now. We're really scared. This is fun and our scared and nervous but you have such a sensitive side to it as well that I feel like you. Don't ever talk about so which one. This explore my sensitive side. I mean I feel like it comes out anyways. I see the meaning. You have such a tender heart towards it like you're so loving and caring and I think other listeners out there. I'm hoping that you've been in the same boat as us but we had gotten a disagreement one morning and happened to be on the morning of an ultrasound. So I didn't think artem was going to show up And I had an appointment before and we didn't communicate before this appointment and so then when I walked in artem was already sitting on the couch of the doctors and remember remember there were like. Oh Wow he showed up. Because I really didn't think he was gonNA show up but like you really. I don't know I feel like he won't give yourself enough credit. You always talk about scared and you kind of say excitement. I mean so you saying that you would even breastfeed our baby. I mean that to me is like a major sign that you really want to be a dad. So when did you feel like you really want it to be a father? It's hard one to answer because the expertise moment where I was like. Oh Hey I wanna be father bud just looking back in my childhood and how parents were with me and everybody kids certain stage of life where they crave that feeling of having a child and obviously in our relationship because it's evolving it's going further and further and further. I was definitely ready for that. Step to make and you. I think it would make an incredible mom just seeing you was birdie how you are all the time. How much care you have that. I wouldn't even doubt or have any thought in my mind that I would not want to have a child with you like if I would want to have a child I would obviously won't have a child with you and that combination of things made it easy and made it clear in my mind that that's what I want. You know it's you can't just like puts like this was the thing that triggered me to do. It is just multiple things that happened that make you crave grazing something together. Careful something together. I don't know it's like you have the abundance among the beloved that you want to share and I think that's what children comes in for you know and having that feeling maybe want to have a kid. Yeah I'm glad that I made you want to have a kid. That's very sweet. Of course you do is like you don't propose to personally. Don't envision having family no I agree you know you don't like that's not at least how my mind words and again my growing up in my child who is could be very different from anyone else's but that's what parents that's what my parents made me right. Well I think all of us women and I say women. I'm not like you know canceling out the Madame Sane women because we're the ones that have the babies and grow them and all that but I think that's whatever woman wants to hear from someone she's whip you want a man to look at you or whoever you're with took you one day and say like. I really want you to have my children. There is nothing more special or better feeling than that. Because that's just a love that someone has for you that they wanNA create life and they trust you so much and who. You are much that they want children with you and they want children to be like you. 'cause obviously it's a fifty fifty thing and so for me. There's nothing more than that. Nothing is more hurtful than when you have someone look at you and it's just like I don't want to have kids. It's you can't help it but there's something inside of you as a woman that has like what's wrong with me. There must be something wrong and so it is the most special feeling to hear you say that like he wants me to have babies. Oh my gosh like. I don't think there's anything more special in the world to hear from someone else than that moving. That's the most important part of two people being together and allowing each other's because they creating something together that is absolutely miracle like lame and having to people's everything blood. Dna writing in something. I don't know it's just. It's a lot of people saying you understand what love is or you think you understand what love is but once that child coming to this world like you completely revalue what that word is and what meaning of that is. Yeah and I think that is so special that it's like you have to have that experience right now. Artem WE'RE NOT FINDING OUT OUR GENDER till June. So do you want to have a girl or a boy without putting me on the spot because of what if I say one thing and that's something else now till June so I mean I already know what you because you said many times to me. I'll give you the reason. Why okay. Why obviously people have preferences in they WANNA have just simply because how they feel would themselves like? I've danced on my life with girls. I've spent probably more time having conversation with the girl then having with with a guy because I've danced for very long time it always required apart and it always required a girl so I know how to take care of that and I know how to be with the girls so to me like obviously I would feel most comfortable if it would be a girl. Yeah you know totally because I don't know something like I can teach her dance. I can take to the dance classes. I for Christ's sake. I mean I would need my partners at one point. I know I can do that. I know I can take care of those things you know. It might sound crazy. But now it's that's what makes sense that's to most relatable. Yeah no and I did see you with a little girl. I did play sports when I was a keith. I played soccer. I played hockey but did I really grew up in this kind of look a room with another twenty guys. Who Bro what's up? I don't have that experience. There was just not part of my life really. It was for short amount of time and it just didn't go when you are. Of course I have a guy friends but like even when I meet my Guy Friends. Talk about dancing or like creating a show or some kind of a more creative points. Yeah we'll hang out and like watching. Who had dude? You WANNA WATCH SUPER BOWL. Not Making the cliche but like yeah. I'll which halftime performance I care but do I really care what team plays? That's not so familiar with me. As hey take you to a dance. Competition or create a dance. Or you know like that to me is. It's more relatable because it's been so long for part of my life you know so yeah. I'm just feeling beds. Would all be more nervous? Having a boy hundred percent because American culture and sports is massive. I mean you guys are obsessed. Yeah we're with you with NFL. It's like crazy you know. It's a huge part of it and I'm just not familiar with it. So for me. Having a boy and him growing up and potentially playing sports I black Yolk and throw bowl. Okay I want to do that. You know what I mean like total. That would be something. That's I'm going to be nervous doing it because I'm not going to be as confidence. I know what I'm doing but if I take a girl to dance clouds of black. Yo you need to point those like teach little Birdie. Yeah like to me. That's that's that's like comes at such a second nature. I don't think how the because it is just natural rate me. You know but then I can say that if it's not going to be dancers we'll have the same values I am. I don't want to put something on him already that I know of course. If it's a boy I want them to choose what he wants to do. And if it's going to be sports I'm GONNA totally be like Yo hundred percent. You WanNa do that do that. Maybe passionate about that. Please do that you know but I like but you probably have to talk tomorrow. Yeah and Free You have the jerseys and unfortunately when it comes to sports oh for sure. I know you don't have to worry. I have the sports handled dance. I know sports. That's all so whatever. We ended up having figured out we. We know our strengths. That's good. That's a really good thing going and never will know in June. Finally just imagine you train and play football with her kid even was a girl and she's like. I want to play football. Well I mean I'll probably be a big no girl or boy because I don't know if I want our baby playing football because of head trauma but we'll wait till we get there so we have our baby. How much would you want our baby to go back to Russia? Babies grandparents live there. Of course I want the baby to go to Russia. Really far right. How far is that like New York and back? Not.
Postpartum Psychosis Warning Signs
"We're going to discuss postpartum psychosis and you were drawn to the specialty after you yourself went through postpartum depression postpartum anxiety and postpartum. Ocd after the birth of your first child or act yeah. There's a lot of things again. Happen in the postpartum period. I'm here to talk about one of the more severe conditions in the interest of full disclosure. I'm a forty three year old male. I've never been pregnant and I do not have children. I'm really really entry level. When it comes to understanding what post-partum anything is so thank you so much for helping to educate people like myself. It really is an important topic. It's absolutely important and a lot of people have that same feeling. I don't know anything about it. It seems like this weird thing that happens to other people and chances. Are you know somebody who has suffered through some form of perinatal mental health condition? Even if they don't talk about it which is very common a lot of people. Don't talk about it because there's so much shame around kind of not feeling well or not feeling yourself even during pregnancy and postpartum. There's all these ideas out there that it's this wonderful magical time and hopefully it is but for a lot of people in and that's one of the things that came up while I was trying to do research for the show so that I could talk somewhat on this subject. I was shocked at how many times I googled. Postpartum psychosis or postpartum anything and the articles. That came up. Were M I a bad mother M I abide parent. Am I harming my child? That really Kinda spoke to me like in a visceral way. This idea that you also have the illness. And there's all this stigma and shame surrounding it. Is that what you found working as a therapist? Oh absolutely hear comments. All of the time I feel like a bad mom. I'm not good enough for my child. Feeling Shame and the blame and confusion around. Why do I even feel bad? We are just not educated on what can happen. I think it's a great disservice to everybody who goes through any kind of perinatal mental health condition. Because they're mostly blindsided by it right. You like here supposed to be having the best time of my life. This is what my body is supposed to quote unquote and here. I am feeling like a failure and just to be clear. None of this is true. You are an excellent parent. This is just sort of the illness. And societies misunderstanding of the illness. Taking hold in an unexpected way over. Sorry this is a very treatable and very temporary condition if you get the right help and if you get it as soon as you know even if you're getting a little bit later down the road you still can feel better. And there's not a huge impact throughout the life course of you or your child however again in the more severe cases are not treated. There are some long term effects and I know that might sound really scary to people so I wanted to sell the myth that if you have a condition you're going to be like messing up your kid in some way like I said this is very treatable and also when it was very very severe there can be really life threatening consequences. So let's talk about postpartum psychosis. What is the definition of postpartum psychosis typically oppose artem? Psychosis isn't very rare Wanted to out of every thousand delivery and it is not postpartum. Depression or postpartum. Means -iety the onset of these symptoms are usually in the first two weeks but certainly can show up a little bit later. There's a really rapid onset. Meaning symptoms start quickly and it is characterized by the mind is kind of going off on. Its own in part because of hormonal changes in part because of your mental health history and in part because of sleep deprivation so people who are if postpartum psychosis are having rapid mood swings they are potentially having delusion or strange beliefs about themselves or their child or people around them they may be having hallucinations feeling very very irritated. The difficulty to sleep inability to sleep sometimes paranoia And what's really hard about postpartum psychosis is that the symptoms waxed and waned. Meaning they come and go so sometimes people can sort of the feel like themselves and appear to be like our normal cells and then sometimes people around them might observe that they don't look like themselves are sound like themselves so it can come and go for quite a few people and then for some people that symptoms on the onset is. They're just continue. So I know all that probably sounds pretty scary and Syria and it actually is pretty scary. And the're Like I said before. It's very rare and people who have a history of bipolar disorder are at high risk or if there's bipolar disorder in the family. They're at higher risk. Oftentimes psychosis in the postpartum is an indictment bipolar disorder. So let's talk about that for a moment. I myself live with bipolar disorder. And I understand psychosis from a lived experience because I I have experienced. Psychosis is it. The same is postpartum psychosis and for lack of a better phrase Gabe Howard's psychosis. Is this a similar thing or is it completely different? There's certainly familiarity in terms of symptoms of psychosis are the same. What what's very different here. Is that there is a new baby involved. And sometimes they delusions or hallucinations are in relation. To the new child is new very vulnerable child and also the perinatal person also very vulnerable. They've just given birth of had massive changes in hormone both during pregnancy at delivery and then in the Postpartum. They're really really rapid and kind of swings in the in the hormone during that time and sleep deprivation. Is You know when it's sort of like just you quote unquote. You have capacity to possibly sleep. In these cases there's Abadie involved and babies cry and they wake people up And that's what they do and that's what they're supposed to do But for somebody who needs sleep and isn't getting it and can't get it a whole other layer of complexity into into the life and into the simpsons because you're in relation to a baby a while having psychosis for some time that means that. There's like a hyper vigilant around the baby. Like it's really hard to not be around them or to let anyone else support them or sometimes it's like a kind of a total disregard like people in some psychoses. They will kind of forget the baby there so it brings this whole other level of danger and complexity also then. There's additional layer. That people around them are thinking. Oh well she's kind of baby. She's not quite herself or giving some other explanation for odd behaviors or strange behaviors. And it Kinda put people in a more of a dangerous situation because symptoms are explained away because they're not understood and it's not expected that these kind of symptoms will show up. I'm kind of assuming that the way that postpartum psychosis has played out in the media as well as How motherhood is played out in the media those two things combined because like you said we want to defend new parents. We don't just want every new mom under the bus and say oh well. You have a serious mental illness. That's the problem but of course this can be dangerous because it lacks care. I suppose my specific question is how is Postpartum? Psychosis played out in popular culture. It actually in very dangerous ways so in ways that further stigmatize apparently period. So mostly what we're seeing in the media while you see on. The news is postpartum psychosis that has led to infanticide. And this is a really really hard topic for people to hear about and also. This is a very real possibility with postpartum psychosis. I know that one to two percent of people who have term psychosis four to five percent of those mothers will kill their children. They killed their baby. It's really a hard reality to hear. And what I want people to know. Is that when this happened? Women are not in their right mind at all. They are not themselves. Do not know what they're doing. They're often being told by their delusion to do something. Sometimes there are delusions that the baby is possessed. So they can't be here although this might not make any sense but most of the time it's really out of love a lot of love like the world is too harsh for the child so they have to go and misses a very severe departure from reality. The Mon- who are in the situation do not know what they have done if they come out of it and get the medication that they need. They can't even thousand. What has happened people thinking say? Oh what a horrible person. I can't believe she done this. I would never do this to my child. And the thing is is that if she were in her right mind she wouldn't either. So what we're seeing in the media is usually the mob who have done something like this and who are being handcuffed or going on trial so there's most severe. This is the most of your consequences of perinatal. Mental Health Condition Postpartum Psychosis in infanticide. Is How postpartum psychosis is viewed. Most people are postpartum psychosis are experiencing hallucinations or delusions or some kind of waxing and waning symptom. That does not reach that level. Typically they may need hospitalization and medication. But it's not always the people who go on to have their children in this way.
How Man City Became Banned City
"It's so big. And it's so impressive in in the fact that we're talking about and the fact that you know news stations across the world. If I lied artem you know from Friday night on woods is because I think the size of of city or the clubs are being banned from the Champions League before and Galatasary Turkish slogan AC. Milan Daping Bam this while Icy Milan. This season banned from the Euroleague. I think it's probably the fact that it's Manchester City. And also the factor the other two mentioned we kinda bound for fallen foul of the rules and spending a bit too much but this one. This is more about the seat. This is a club with a long history since eighteen hundred ninety four. This club has been at the very core of a city. That's proud a city. This allowed a city. That's always stood out from the crowd. A club foot all of Manchester. But it hasn't historically been one of the top clubs in England. You know the the sort of long been seen as the second team in Manchester. Yes the modern era. The modern era in English. Football is the Premier League and Manchester United Hopping Kings. Becker again. Nobody will dramatically traveling ninety nine hundred nine. They won the double in two thousand and eight for a lot of years. Manchester City weren't in the premier league. And even when they were they. Were very much an also ran Kanda team. So you know that goes to show the fortunes but really everything changed in two thousand eight when he was purchased by new owner. Toss a little bit about. She commenced or After the show up in Minnesota a chain is a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family. He's the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates. And he's the half brother of the current president of the United Arab Emirates. He sits on all kinds of borden bodies including the Emirates Investment Authority on the Supreme Petroleum. Council it sounds some Laaksonen over an Bolom say these worries love me collected. He owns the Abu Dhabi united. Which in two thousand and eight bought Manchester City and his mouth sprawled into not just Manchester City but New York City Melbourne city stakes in and China in. Uruguay gives you a bit of an idea of this guy and I suppose the the influence that he he's not regional and now beyond
"artem" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"And Paris Hilton look alike. That's weird here too. There are so many weird people's it's just like one face melting together I know pairs openness had that face for a long time. Her face really hasn't changed like she really has has. The dialing on that Paris was on video was intense and the way that she had the very trendy just like straight long hair. Yeah well that's she's still she's blonde. These women are all have dark there the dark featured versions of kind of Pairs Hilton. But they don't. They don't look like Paris Hilton but they do look like the Casey must graveside of that Ven Diagram program which is which is off putting the house will look like each other because they're literally twins so that's the other thing is there's two of them we've talked about these women before but let's just remind everyone who they they are. They're the Bella twins. They are pro wrestlers Who have now have their own reality? Show spin off of this show about Women wrestlers total divas. And then they got their own show called Total Balas. Am I getting this wrong. Lindsey no necessarily. We've done this. They're fairly popular her Bree Bella is married to another pro wrestler named Dylan Daniel Bryan. Yeah who is I. I the moment you open up a can of worms about a sport sky sports persons colonists. Adelina stuff he'll be there like a coup cup ball director in wrestling is he's the villain but the thing about him is that he's actually a nice guy so anything you read about Daniel Bryan is he's a he'll in the wwe but he's really really really really nice thing it was always like compared to. Who's the other Bella? There's Nikki and Brie Nikki. Velka to Nikki. They were always kind of second Phil because she was dating the number one guy in wrestling John Cena for for a long enough for ever was a big part of the reality show and they were this big couple and it was their their relationship was like pretty fraud like she wanted kids and offended on he he kind of. Maybe they broke up right so apparently that was not a good situation even though that made them really fucking famous as a couple because it was. It's like these like perfect wrestling couple. They break up. She goes on dancing with the stars. which is just this is my dancing with the stars? Couples my favorite genre these dancers like when they get sexy. I think it's like but it's always the men and the women of always been who bagged the women stars no Yeah Yeah No because member Rob Hirschbeck bagged the female dancer. Oh Yeah but also you I. I hate that I got no no no. You're and Joey Lawrence bagged the of the Joy Lord bag the other one. It's fifty fifty but the point is that if you get to be a dancer on dancing with the stars and now jeeze more famous than Joey Lawrence member that people cover and they're like the Serbs Mary this guy but he used to be that it would just be like. Oh Oh I'm GONNA really up my dancing exposure and like I'm going to really become more famous as a dancer but now it's like if I get on this show like I could marry rich. I could marry one of these stars that I'm that I'm done with you know kind of fascinating. It's like our dirty dancing of its. Its dirty dancing. Twenty twenty yet it is and it is the Reality Reality Star that makes the most sense about like in regards to to people having a romantic connection just because the just the logistics of what these people are doing together. They're spending so much time one on one like Florida or like being buried intimate. Yeah it's just like real. It's very intense. It's not surprising in the slightest that two people that contestant would fall in love with their dance person because basically having sex incredible endorphins to like learn a dance and be going sherlock shoots each of the moon in terms of your behavior. And you're like wow if I could have this all day every day. The person you're with this happens to be this dancer who's encouraging you and supporting you. And of course and And we've talked about this before it's like this show is not the show doesn't exist to make people look bad like the show skews. It's it's It's a difficulty level to be appropriate appropriate for each individual like star really fit on. What you too? So it's it's a good experience to be on that show. It's not humiliating. And I don't know sometimes love awesome year so seventh-place I didn't even do well and at the time. She was literally engaged and then they broke up their engagement in two thousand eighteen and cancelled their wedding and then she started dating him like artem not much later artem. What's his last night? We were GONNA print that time pronounce. It's Russian and I made a butcher but it's like shits shirow itself shing. I've been watching homeland. At least I feel like I'm good rushing interesting. Good wanting. But he's but he's been date he's dated he was. He was married to Giselle Peacock. I've never heard of it just was married tissues L. Peacock for one year. She's L. P. But he dated another dancing the dancing with the stars judge. I just put in your carry on Inaba. They dated for a Hotman best interests. Kidding of the show incestuous crew I I would say. Oh Yeah. They're all like a hot dancers lying. They recruit them and they like you know all fuck around. I'm sure that makes sense. Okay so this is This is these are the men who impregnated these women so they are pregnant around the same time. Do two weeks apart. They're already pretty famous but people finds out about at this. And they're like send a photographer's this is the biggest new story of the whole fucking. Oh my God and now they got these wild people photos and I cannot deal with. There's a one of them holding the onesies. Whatever they're in their Glam the one of them in their prairie dresses pushing the baby carriages? I know and I mean not strollers like old tiny baby. Carriages is so funny because conceptually. It's inane. There's no baby in them they don't have the baby. Ah Over. The payers are empty and then but also because in one carriage where the baby should be it says in it together. It's crazy Nikki. Left says says of being pregnant the same right. I never thought that we would even be raising kids within a year apart like the text is the baby in the carriage like they put the text there and and I feel like they constantly. Do you think Nicky's always left embryos always right because even on the photo above Nicky's always left embryos always ranked Nikki left Bella. Brie right Bella. It's still hard to tell them apart. I'm shocked the property. Brothers didn't get in on this mansion. The property brothers in the Bella twins like at together. That'd be unstoppable. Unsound know what's going to happen as zoe is going to get pregnant at the same time as what's her name Linda. No and then they'll have their own people cover okay so he's not wins. Zoe's pregnancy is going to actually break the or our corner of the Internet. It's GonNa break like our wing of the Internet like some weird dumpy closet like we're if if the Internet is a mansion. We're like a broom closet. Unlike the third floor a linen closet right right right and the door the door open the closet door opens and all this like belly t flat belly t like roles and everyone's like uh-huh and they were like why didn't you get the home to organize your belly t- closet or like Oh God we info that you can't afford it so this photos does really funny. I I just saw the reason I put this online story and is because he rubbed now valley in first of all. We're going to see for the next because they're not even super visibly pregnant. Every every woman is different ninety nine every woman gets as visibly pregnant as others but in this photo. This bump is slight. Okay like there's if you were. If you didn't tell me she was pregnant. I would assume she was pregnant. And this photo and it's literally her grazing her tummy and it says she's rubbing her baby bump we're in for an onslaught onslaught of this for the next few months rubbing the belt baby bump going to eighty you're currently on the show coming back. They're gonNA it's all going to be on their show to well I just I'm up. Did you see they have a podcast to like. The podcast dislike. They've they've turned this wrestling thing into just like lifestyle lifestyle women the APP and I think the new the the latest season of total which I think was the fourth season was sort of a flop. Not a flop. But noticeably lower ratings so the cynic in me is like yes hard to plan pregnancies but I her refuse to believe that there wasn't a conversation where it was like. Wouldn't it be cool if we got pregnant at the same time. That could be fun. Yeah you can't planet but you can hypothesize hypothesize about it and like think and like maybe try so they do. Maybe try coming but it's TV. We don't know when it's so it's going to be about this aside it's GonNa raise the ratings slot and it should be soon ish because their last season season four started the race so it should be now if it was on time with last. Season's yeah but they could also they could also delay it right. You need the good content. Nothing all they get pregnant. They're like okay. Let's start now when we now everything's eating everything else. Yeah you're right and if the ratings are low then like okay this is like a new twist on the whole thing. Yeah I might tune an end. Maybe maybe not arms instagram announcement was funny because it was just leaning in I'm not tuning in artem. Scream announce it was funny because he screen-grabbed instagram story story. And put it on its grid and it just says I'm it reminds me of the delivery of getting another line from you've got mail because they're weird space. I'm going to be a dad. Space based based based wonder. What's next? Oh this the next was the Sonogram art as well fine fine. Let's just play the next call. It seems it. It's funny fine. makes us about so many things and most of them are unfounded. Right you know like I mentioned about stupid stuff like what exile is well. Yeah but sometimes I'm anxious about chemicals and cleaning products and I think I should be. I think that's a reasonable. It is it is especially because I clean a lot so so if I want to get natural products go to grow and I do go to grow by Love Grove. I got a shipment of Grove and I love it I tell you about the Rabat's like I got all the things that the film around a hand soap I just fill up the thing. I rented a dish. Oh I just felt that thing. I don't use plastic bellows at excuse. The glass bottles amazing..
Nikki Bella and Brie Bella are both pregnant
"Well the stars of total balance on he Nikki and brie Bella they are both pregnant and the thirty six year old twins say they're only do a week and a half apart I think we're good timing a brief a two year old daughter with a birdie I heard the daughter's name is birdie and she has a daughter with her husband is a pro wrestler named Daniel Bryan meanwhile Nicky is expecting her first child with her fiance dancing with the stars pro Artem they were paired up for dancing with the stars a couple years ago that
The Pixel 4 Has Issues and Google Seriously Needs to Try Harder
"You've had some experiences with your Pixel for recently and that got me thinking you know it's been a about a month since the phone was released and it hasn't gone so well for Google and is is this the year that Google kind of just seeds the fact that they're never gonNA make a phone that everybody wants like you've been sort of digging digging into this David trying to figure out. Why is Google so bad at this? Yeah and I talked on our show yesterday with Rhonda Mateo about this Little Morton. Ron's obviously of a similar opinion to me at this point his role. Yes came out you was frigging. It was it was like savage like the interview. I've ever read of any phone it. It was amazing when Ron really busts it out in hate something like you you really know I remember. I will never forget the time you reviewed the galaxy note ten point one. The original one and his final review photo at the end of the post was a picture of it in the trash He just really despise that thing so we talked about the the Pixel Four for a fair bit yesterday and like what Google Strategy is and I think one of the few no conclusions became too is like we're talking about. I think before the show started was the only league good phone it feels like Google do is the Pixel three a which is the cheap one like the specs. Actually don't matter like the phone where you're like well. It doesn't really matter what's in it. It's got a great camera and it has like unmatched with software and those are the two best things about the pixel but when it seems like Google increasingly tries to do a film that's more within that and tries to sit on the same like plateau is the iphone and Samsung Galaxy series. You end up with a phone. That just doesn't compare well like even when you look at one plus these days I think one plus is building better smartphones. Think Google and I did not think I would probably ever say that. Ah I mean Google still has a first mover advantage in that it. It always has newer software this year. The delta between Google having newer software and and like a company like one plus having it was was less than and in fact. Obviously the seventy relief that came out before the Pixel four with android ten onboard. But it's it's an odd thing and I I don't WanNa retread too much because every android podcast in the world has talked about this over the last month but here here we are and the thing that nobody talked about right at the beginning was that Google had the same endemic performance problems are the pixel for had the same endemic performance is problems as previous pixels and now you among other people are experiencing the same things right stuttering APP study stuttering camera slow. Slow APP loading General Janki nece across the across the board. That's very interesting to me because I've been all all over my pixel xl for being so terrible and all of those respects but my four excels been pristine this entire time. Yeah I mean like matter of just you are the unlucky recipients of a of a of a of a load file that's junked up or or is there something else going on as a wider problem. Yeah I don't I don't really know I mean the camera performance issues have really manifested in the last couple of weeks. I mean having having the phone for over a month now I've taken a ton of photos on it and I've really started in the notice that like especially when the features that I think is one of the biggest selling points of the phone has been the super This the new super resume and I use it pretty frequently and I just noticed how bad the Jank zooming and has become like. It's pretty brutal at this point for me. It it evens out but when you start up the camera like it's it's actively aggravating for me at this point I feel like I'm artem now with all these stupid phone problems but I've also had issues with Google maps getting pushed out of memory. All of my like you know my podcasting APPS and Like spotify and stuff not playing well but spotify. It doesn't play well on anything so that might be related Battery life has been tremendously. Hit or miss like somedays. It's seems okay some days it's like genuinely not good so we always see this Google's funds when they launched though this has been like the entire history of the Pixel brand their software issues that day. One can really seem pretty bad and eventually Google starts to like squash bugs but it does seem like there's a subset of people out there who pretty much have terrible problems for the lifetime of the device and I seem to have got them earlier than usual like last year at the Pixel three. I didn't have too many terrible problems. I didn't feel like but with this one. It's it's definitely been noticeably worse. I've had issues with the face. Unlock recently where it just sits there and basically spins like it's trying to recognize my face but it never says face on recognized it just sits there and spins and nothing happens and then I have to enter the pin or turn screen off and back on again and then it works like it stuff like that where. I'm just getting their things. Richest not a policy experience like you. You can really tell when Google starts rushing things out the door which is Kabbah does and I think after four years of this. I'm getting a little tired of
NASA ScienceCast 303: Exploring the Presence of Water on the Moon
"As NASA prepares to return to the moon one of the many exciting opportunity scientists are preparing for is the ability to use the water that exists there support human exploration the presence of water has been relatively recent discovery opening up many exciting possibilities for future exploration and just as many questions about the water's origins in the late one thousand nine hundred ninety s Nasr's lunar prospector mission found extra hydrogen at the polls and where there's hydrogen there might be water enter the L. Cross mission designed to determine the type and amount of hydrogen that might be present jess below the moon's polar regions. Tony Capri is a planetary scientist at NASA Ames Research Center and was the principal investigator for the L. Cross mission to determine the form of hydrogen at the polls we needed way to access material below the surface so we carried a piece of the Atlas rocket we launched on all the way to the moon and directed it into one of the large permanently title craters near the South Pole which caused a plume of dust and debris to shoot upwards we had a probe with nine different measuring instruments following the plumes ten mile or sixteen kilometer upward trajectory the lunar reconnaissance orbiter spacecraft was also making up of the plume while mapping the lunar surface from it orbit around the moon the lunar dirt in the plume hadn't seen the sun in over two billion years in the sunlight among other metals and gases we found after about five percent by weight now we know there's water on the moon research scientists jen helmet is also at eight does she explains why the discovery is much more than just a scientific curiosity ultimately I believe we'll be living on the moon for extended periods of time so we need to take advantage of whatever resources we can find their water is h two o a combination of hydrogen oxygen and we can break it apart so now we have a source of hydrogen and oxygen that may be able to be used for rocket fuel as well as a source of oxygen breathing water on the Moon gives you a new paradigm for future space exploration very exciting in the ten years since the outcross mission we've continued to study water at the Lunar Poles from but with instruments on several missions but we still have lots of questions where for instance did the water come from some believed that the water and other volatile could be remnants of comets an asteroid impacts over billions of years others point to recent meteoric shower hours they can be seen producing water vapor in where exactly is the water we've confirmed that water exists in the CABELA's crater near the Moon South Pole where the L. Cross impact occurred but how plentiful is it and can we expect to find it in other soup for cold regions we won't be able to answer any of these questions with certainty until we visit the South Pole with robots astronauts through the artem program NASA is planning to do just that thirsting for more information about the changing science of
Managing America to the Moon
"So there is a House House space subcommittee on Wednesday of this week and the Artem is program was in question K. so so if you're not familiar with the artists program is Nastase newest attempt to get humans back to the lunar surface. Now they're going to be doing this. It's by two thousand twenty four are going to be launching people from US soil with the US built rocket to a gateway a Lunar Gateway and Luder gateway is a orbiting space station around the moon right so this gateway is super important for the next mission now now what the gateway is going to be doing is. It's a way point between the earth and the moon astronauts can go there. They can get equipment and they can get supplies thing. Get ready for their journey down to the surface of the moon. Now there's big contractors such as Boeing that don't really see why they shouldn't be getting the funding that they want for their part of the artist program. Now Boeing is working on the S. L. less with such. which is the space launch system Rockin and they're also working on parts of it the exploration upper stage so that's the the part of the top basically the big the big part of the top where where the astronauts will hang out on their way to the lunar surface also? There's a rock involved. It's just a it's a big deal all right so they don't want to and I'm not saying Boeing in particular. I'm saying these people that are Kinda pushing this agenda. They want the funding for the lunar orbiter space station to go to that section in of the rocket because if you don't have rock this is probably what they're thinking if you don't have a rocket you don't have anything right so if you don't have this then that's it. You don't have rocky. You can't launch it. You can't get people to the moon now without the orbiting space station while we'd have to make if some adjustments to get our astronauts down to the lunar surface because as its planned right now we go to the lunar orbiter space station Asian and then we go down to the moon. That's the plan right. That's the plan initiative if they take that away if they want they make the rocket the major focus of funding will if the rockets done before that or vice versa then we don't have a mission right so if they take away the space station lunar orbiter and they only have a rocket they'd have to reconfigure some stuff to get our lander down onto the moon's surface if it's only going to be a rocket and a lander
Three ways to implement interfaith dialogue from top official of UNs inclusivity wing
"This is Natalie Hutchinson with you and news global communication understanding the value of religious freedom and a solid framework are all key in better protecting religious sites writes. That's from Miguel Moratinos High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations U. N. referencing a Thursday announcement of a new plan to counter hate and violence around the globe he said that the main objectives are to raise awareness of the importance of religious sites and human spirituality and certainly it offers concrete ways that countries can come together to help achieve this. Mr Modena's spoke to you a newses Pascal Sim about UNCO Aziz approach to implementing the changes what I think of these action plan to safeguard release site the main objective choose to raise awareness of the public opinion about the importance of religious about imports and overly just city of speed the Detroit but a part of that we have of course identify a lot of recommendation Tara dressed to I'm Tony United entities. We have some recommendations on how the UN have to to to adopt some important step by tortured to member state governments also of course we have to address or religiously the society media and the private sector and I think the three main objectives that are going to be the one who are going to trigger the action of the of the plan is I is to really try to have a global communication plan in the to really get this semester of regard told the society that everybody seems the primary school to the jump people but also autour the whole society understand importance over DC shoes of important having places that you can go and Sergio Gripe to pray peace and safety and then sit con men recommendation is to have a mapping how to identify what are these for these aside how we are going to make the breakdown of the importance of certain site for study point-of-view for symbolic interview and finally we would prefer a conference a Global Conference Asami that for first time the leaders religious was legal and political leaders and she was so tired we'd be together. We are now going to have a very timely. Liam very important the the sightsee conference of Sammy Tha about climate change while we want for two to twenty twenty you too have a similar framework in order to address these issues and how will you be able to all countries accountable to actually act on the plane while governments are going to be the one who share a have the primary responsibility they are the ones who have to did they have some of them already some national strategy on really implement team. Bartok the recomendation. We had about some of the new recommendations they should they. They know they have not been informed about them so we can come with certain reporters and advice in other that they can't ameliorate and improve the way to examine the risk of threats how alert artem well or certain thread that can come to to decide how we involve everybody together. You know to really contact to save displaces so I think gover governments member state are the ones who have the main responsibility the by the UN and the UN or see I mean the United Nations of decision would be the one who could provide certain recommendation advice and support in order to implement the plan and how quickly do you hope effective changes can be made to religious. I think timers over for essence you know we cannot wait for goal to starting prevent the plan so we'd be very active and it is going to be a panel sequence. No we will reaping things adapt you know recommendation poteen developing in these action plan that can't really facilitate implementation process but at the same time we're trying to really come with concrete to support the twelve orient to mitigate this kind of act.
"artem" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Here talking with Artem more about Casey, her pet health safety cat, and all of their journeys, and fun, and also ways to make the vet visit in the cat carrier a little more pleasant for your cat. So let's get back to it. Okay. Well, one thing I do for my cats. Casey, and Mikey is I use a top loading carrier. So there's the front door. But also one on tap, and I, I do in my pet for state classes. I teach people how to wrap a cat in a towel and be able to carefully place them into their carrier from the top, it's so much easier. It's got the scent of them on the towel makes the staff and the veterinarian be able to do maybe a easier exam. And I mean, there's a funny cartoon by Simon the cat, the cartoonist where it's a person trying to put it's a cartoon. Trying to put a cat into the front end of a carrier, everybody has this bad habit of trying to cram a cat through the front door. And they've got flexible spines and really stubborn streaks and you lose right? Oh, they can be everywhere they can be everywhere at once you got four legs. I mean yeah. So the idea, I think is get them to go into the carrier willingly. And you touched on that a little bit. I wave my carrier out, I hide treats in their scamper does mine his carrier because of that. It's not a scary place. So I think that's something everyone needs to know. Yeah, and I do the same a may not win. You know, Martha Stewart home decor awards. But the whole goal is to have your cat feel happy and not stressed out. And as you certainly know our cats aren't real demonstrative about when they're not feeling good or they're stressed out. But you start seeing their pupils get dilated in their whiskers. Get stiff their ears back and hiding and those aren't the things I want my cats display, no meter. I don't want any of my patients to display that, in fact, I post pictures on my social media, this is what fear free cat looks like because all the. Things that we've had it in my animal hospital to help make my feline patients, feel more comfortable really do work..
NASA looking at "hard decisions" within its budget to pay for Artemis
"Nasa is looking hard decisions within his budget to pay for the artists plan in over the last two months. Nasa administrator, Jim Bridgestone his reply repeatedly, said the agency in Bishnu, Artem is plan for sending humans to moon by in twenty twenty four will not require rating other areas of its budgets, such as it's Prada Ray of science programs. The reason he says simple, the shirts way to torpedo support for program inside the ages to take funding for someone else pay for the new plan in the surest way to lose support. Congress's is to take work way from various field centers around the country says we can't cannibalize when part of the agency to feed another. But however, that may be exactly what happens when Friday during medium Nastase advisory council. The agency senior space fight official characterize the challenge of paying for planned accelerate human landings on the moon from the late twenty twenty two twenty twenty fours. Vice President Mike Pence is directed the. To do. They say, don't think we're going to be able to get entire budget as new money. We're going to have to look for some efficiencies, and make some cuts internal to the agency. And that's where it's going to be hard. Everyone can be on board when everything is going forward. And there's infant amount of new money coming in, but this is not the case. So we'll see what happens here with NASA in this plan.
Sergio Ramos staying with Madrid
"Your Ramos as be making all of the headlines this week after president Perez revealed that he allegedly asked to leave for nothing on a thirty million European deal to go to China. Now, there's been a hastily arranged press conference that ramp Madrid says year, Ramos Sapir two nights to say that he will be staying at Real Madrid at he added too far from asking to be let go for no money. He would play for rail Madrid for free. The also went on to add that, yes, he did have a meeting. I put a proposal on the table. He said talked to the coach and the president of we talked about it, it didn't mean I wanted to go, and I did not want to leave for free. We have to have clarity on these things. He said said, people have no doubt. I wanted to retire here. I want to spend the rest of my career here onto discuss his relationship with that an e says we have a father, so. Son, relationship am I love him. Very much this all came about, after there had been plenty of rumors circulating in the last couple of days that there were other reasons for Ramos southern desire to leave Madrid, the offering as we said was thirty million per season, from China, and it was said that he had been accruing significant dents of time off to some less than prudent investments with some suggestion that he owed the bank's an alleged thirty five million. Euro now there's plenty of reaction beginning to filter in after that press conference. Not all of it is positive, and in rambles favor, it's long been known that he had been looking for a contractor improvements. And thus far that had been nothing for coming up with the image arrival of has Artem potentially other big names. He would be slipping down the pace Guillem Ramos was known not to be a tool. Happy about somebody just arriving at the. Club. I'm taking the mantra of the club's highest paid
"artem" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"You know, this is even better for me bare knuckle, you know, how nice well it feel to you know, feel my knuckles on someone's jar. Great. Now. Artem let me ask you this. A lot of guys have been saying, hey, it reminds me of just my youth. I used to get in some trouble where you one of those guys had his fair share of bareknuckle fights, Artem as well, you know, street fights. I guess is what I'm asking or a little bit more tame in in that department. No. Yeah. Back back when I was in in Russia used to get into quite good. Good of trouble. So yes, I had my fair share of Paranagua fights. But you know, it's it's always different. You know, streetfight is different from from an actual fighting the preparation. That's that's the difference. You know, usually streetfight happen squeak, boom. And it just happens right there. And then it's all like Russian Drennan fueled. Whereas this is this professional fight now. So expect fireworks expected technical display, and you guys are about to see something you've never seen before. I promise you that. How much did you study the fine art of bare knuckle, the techniques, you know, you wanna protect your hands. You wanna be efficient with your shots? You wanna work the body? You wanna make you know, certain strike. You wanna make all your strikes count? You can't just give any away, and you can't get sloppy either with your technique or you'll break your hands. Yep. -solutely it's, you know, a lot of people actually don't realize, you know, they they hear bear not gonna think. Oh, yeah. That's but actually when you look into a little bit closer. It's very technical. Like, you said, it's very easy to break your hands and just boxing's if you break your hand, you know, what are you going to do that for the rest of the fight? They of course, if you were me, then you don't give a fuck if you break your hands what the hammers. I'll feel betraying them. This happened to me before I broke my hands. And I remember saying to my coach, Luke, I broke my hand. And he's trying to you know, give me otherwise. Okay. Then just just faint untrue dotted around like, no, no, no, no mate. I'm just telling you this just so, you know, just making here between rounds, but it ain't gonna affect me. I'm still going to troll with like there's nothing wrong. I took fights before while training with a broken hand. So to me, it's no problem. But as far as preparation goals, I took it very very seriously. Ireland is a great place to learn boxing. And that's what I did. You know, you wanna be a good dancer. You gotta dance a lot. And you wanna be a good boxer got a book a lot. And I booked the best of the best in Ireland. I went all the best teams. You know, inspired the best guys some weeks. I was doing tree four sparring sessions a week. So I'm more than ready for this. See this guy is my type guy in terms of combat sports athletes taken fights, while nursing a broken hand me I'll open up an envelope. And if I cut myself, I have a paper cut, I'm screaming like a little girl. That's why I'm more of a lover. You are. All right goes, what do you have for Artem logo? Artem now. Part of your preparation isn't even worth going and watching Jason night his stand up in his mixed. Martial arts fight at all. Or is more the focus just watching other bare knuckle fights. Yeah. I mean, I it's good to kind of just have a little loophole. He moves around. But you're right. It's not much use just and I know this from myself because my style of boxing is very different to how I fight in. I may because now I don't have to worry about them because I can close the distance for me in my may was all this kinda hard to show gives my true stand up potential because I don't wanna I have a pretty short reach. So I need to close the distance in order to strike. But then the moment that close the distance. I'm in the wrestling range, and then the take down there. So I always was in you know, in this way situation..
New Zealand PM announces assault weapons ban
"We said she might. And then she did yesterday we highlighted new Zealand Prime Minister just daughter right before she announced that New Zealand would ban semiautomatic guns and high capacity magazines bills are the weapons that were used in the attack that killed fifty people at two mosques, Artem says her government will also ban assault rifles and is ready to drop a hundred and forty million dollars to buy back weapons from people who turn them in part. Absolutely believe they will be a common view amongst New Zealanders, those who use guns phila- jamait it purposes, and those who have never touched one the time for the mess and easy availability of these weapons must end a lot of people were wondering how she got that done so fast. So today, we're going to break down three things you need to know about this new law. I here in the US when people say gun control gun rights advocates say second amendment, our constitutional rights bear arms, the NRA, aka the main gun lobby here is really passionate about protecting that right in New Zealand. There is no quivalent to our second amendment. They do have a gun lobby group and its goals are similar to the NRA's. And in the last two decades, it's defeated several attempts to tighten gun laws, but the gun laws in New Zealand are already stricter than here in the US gun owners need to take safety courses and police background checks can include a home visit to make sure the weapons are being stored properly. That brings us to the second thing you need to know, which is that this proposal has support from all over the political spectrum. There are an estimated one point five million guns for less than five million people in New Zealand, many gun owners are farmers and sports enthusiasts who live in rural areas. So you might think they wouldn't be super thrilled by the change, but the farming lobby supports the ban. It's worth noting that two classes of guns commonly used for hunting and stock management on farms are not included and the main opposition party in the government says they're okay with it too. Okay. But the third thing you need to know is that getting rid of these guns might not be as easy as it. Sounds. Like, we said there are an estimated one point five million guns in New Zealand, but it doesn't have a national registry of all those guns. So the can't exactly knock on people's doors to find them for now. They're just hoping people will come forward in many ways New Zealand is modeling itself after Australia after thirty five people were killed in a mass shooting there in nineteen Ninety-six the ozzy's band, automatic and semi-automatic rifles, and shotguns and turn over more than six hundred thousand guns. One key difference. So far is that Australia set up a gun registry? So they were able to buy back guns. Whether owners wanted them to or not murder rates dropped. And so did suicides. The good news. Dozens of guns have already been surrendered in New Zealand voluntarily. So
New Zealand prime minister vows gun law reforms within days of mosque attacks
"New Zealand is moving quickly in response to the deadly mosque attacks. New Zealand is about to announce gun law reforms in the wake of the shocking attacks on two mosques last Friday and Christ Church that left fifty people dead at a news conference in Wellington, prime minister just into. Earn said the cabinet has made in principle decisions for gun law reforms Artem plans to publicly announce the reforms before next Monday. And also said there will be an inquiry into intelligence and security services campus of this inquiry as to look at what all relevant agencies knew or should have
"artem" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The valves, Artem tablets that might include a chemical called NDA, which is classified as a possible. Human carcinogen the announcement, which came on New Year's Eve says the company's not received any reports of adverse effects related to the drugs. But they also say that you should not stop using the talents until you find a suitable substitute. So contact your doctor or pharmacist about this. Well, it looks like we might need some additional medication today with the bouncing around of the stock market on this first trading day of twenty nineteen right now, the Dow is down twenty six points. We were down nearly four hundred earlier then turned positive back lower again now by twenty six points. Nasdaq still in the plus column after an early loss of fourteen points, and the S and P five hundred down fractured this after the worst year for the stock market since the financial crisis in two thousand eight and the worst December for the down the P five hundred since one thousand nine thirty one looks like apple up slightly this morning of thirty six cents at one fifty eight and change Amazon getting a lift of thirty dollars now at fifteen hundred thirty two we check him on your twenty and fifty each hour. I'm Frank Motech from the HMO's capital money desk. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. You're in south LA. And you're on the one ten either direction north or south near Manchester and the lanes are coming to a stop. And you're saying what is happening apparently at someone out there running around in traffic, so the running breaks. That's what's happening on the one ten year. Manchester this morning, both directions. We're gonna talk more. About that coming up in a few minutes and also the people out there getting a good up close look at the floats from the rose parade. It's coming up in less than thirty seconds. It's nine fifty two twenty eighteen.
Feds say Facebook allowed housing discrimination
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"artem" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It's a crazy clip it didn't even make sense to me oh clip sixteen is it possible for you to zip clip sixteen over to rachel and and play or is it too late for that artem senate over to take a minute all right so get get our clip sixteen and i wanna to play that and then i wanna play clip twenty after that so let's just put this on hold for like what is going to the dialectic that they're setting up that the republicans may choose to play into and i wanted to do you need a minute to send that clip over just an okay so i want you found another interesting funding item right in her campaign who who is the latest that you noticed she is re whatever donors is mgm international which is a casino in las vegas and but also i think didn't you say stacey evans was also funded by stacey evans also received some funding from them all right so there is you know people remember that there was a casino issue and it failed but it plays in it was tied up with the hope scholarship and everything so it's a radio show that she was doing right after she won okay all right let's hear clips sixteen and i want everyone to understand that georgia is a welcoming place we can't seek to be the number one place to do business when people are terrified of being within our borders and i know that as the next governor i will make everyone knows that they're welcome in our georgia i mean are people terrify she's talking about stone mountain or what i think that we're looking at what her campaign is going to be like because if she is promising to make people not fear any more than she has to first create that fear and i think stone mountain will be one of those issues i mean people down here are a little tougher than to be who's she talking about who do you who's going to be terrified only people who are propaganda is to think things about georgia has to be people who.
"artem" Discussed on NWAP
"And is nexus calling police on somebody's niggers white so does anybody have anything other than the obvious here so i wonder is there any specific like police protocol wins somebody who's just like a bystander tony what they see because i would imagine especially with the girl in the the dorm room common area that they'd be like okay what is that person doing what's going on and they're like oh they're sleeping here even if you do show up which i'd be like artem saying whoever over there i will feel like one person would just show up to be like what's going on it's a woman who sleep in the library in the common room or whatever like is ninety and then another two right you in else because in the end of the police's fault too because they make the whole police people look bad because they girl called because once they call you like okay if we gotta go now we got over there but now y'all got us looking racist because you caught us so i wanna say like is about the lines of communication right because when you call you never like police dispatcher so if the person sounds like a frazzled or confuses like fearful on the phone the dispatchers kinda it's like their job to attributed as maybe an emergency you know though maybe this is dangerous situation i don't know what you call our wonderful except for probably be out like saying like so they don't you don't get the cops don't get online but.
"artem" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Listrik and be like oh yeah so we have trapeze guys and some weird looking folks and music maybe peanut is i would like to say for two hours you're going to enter world of spectacle and amazement then you'll feel bad the rest of the day is you think about how the animals and people are treated before and after the performance like that's an accurate description of the circus to me again a world that i love circus stuff who wouldn't want to run away join the circus i'll tell you who every other character in the greatest showman is not cheap artem because now we're introduced you jackman character as a boy easy on philias barnum he's just a poor popper a street urchin whose dad is a taylor of some kind but they're still very poor even though his dad is a taylor to a very rich man they are they're they're making a house visit tailoring for some rich guy and finished decides to clown around and he makes a little rich girl left and gets slapped at for it by her dad but then they meet up afterwards on a beach and finished and her sing classic i want song about how there's a hidden place just for them no matter what anybody says and this song goes on for a very long time it covers years of their life yeah that's what we are interesting so long they're old by the we are in scene three of this movie this is the third scene of the film and we were already skipping through years of time as we watched them get older finished his dad who i don't even know his name i don't know what they was like he's had two lines of dialogue he dies i don't know if this.
"artem" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast
"Actual sentence uttered by artem this afternoon it does not surprise me not at all course bring shot on the site that he took that will not surprise you at all he's like they member a couple of weeks ago he put a screen shot of his crumpled into this there was like a hundred and he doesn't hi in any of them either yeah oh god yeah avs opening chrome to his defense artem is the ultimate power user is he is a overpower user yeah it's it's pretty funny anyway his pixel is pretty slow so maybe a case for more ram the other thing so that the camera a little bit so i've had a chance sees the camera lot in less couple of like we can half i guess we've had the phone now i have some very mixed feelings about it so i would say in low light the level of detail it can capture pretty impressive motion blur major issue in the light with his phone like it is is a prop it leans heavily toward making things as as bright as possible and usually that results in a pretty cool looking photo maybe not entirely realistic it makes it makes dark rooms look almost like like sunlit yeah but yeah but then like the the shutter speed just gets kind of long and if there's anybody like in the picture moving around they will most likely be wary yeah i mean i i have some photos in my review one which demonstrates us i think very well with the the the arc de triomphe not in paris but one in barcelona i it's called the fences it's it's a triumphant arch anyway and you can see the galaxy s nine it blurs people walking the crosswalk in cars that are driving across the scene just very noticeably i think that samsung is going to have to retune this they're going to have to jump up the eyeso a.
"artem" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"Dad saved the day go on the current vat recommend talking for while sounds good first one is conor mcgregor so after the fight with artem lebov andrew fealey he was walking artem backstage to the locker room and he just whispered michael yet hondris a f word you'd we are we knew he was an f word the anti what air homophobic slur yeah which i i don't know like say the either such a tough term now we grew up in a lot of people grew up saying that stuff unfortunately i'm not advocating to use the word but that i don't think he's referndum as liking other men does that make sense i'm not like like you're you know so let's go like as a bit like that like as a little bit you know it's like is he natural bitch is he you know or or dude that's gay will they give a karpal's up in sonos that's gay we're not reform the car having sex with men or the car you know if it was a female car like in other women that's not that it's just a term of the it'll horrible terming but it's just it's in your vernacular growing up you know like guides game in which is upon but um i i really don't think comrie gregor's anti gay i don't think he's homophobic i think you know oddly he's very close close with a artem very close for him you know a guy for his stature take time out of his schedule.