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Cardi B Kisses Offset During Lavish Birthday Party One Month After Filing for Divorce

Z Morning Zoo

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Cardi B Kisses Offset During Lavish Birthday Party One Month After Filing for Divorce

"Party being offset on again off again, I guess on again during her 20th birthday party this past weekend they were in Vegas. Melissa forget she filed for divorce over a month ago. But she was in Vegas along with, you know offset Megan sighing Kylie Jenner, a bunch of celebrities on and there's videos and photographs of them, Tio just all every each other like. Artie was photographed Casey man they know with parting into the morning where he's sharing videos of behind the scenes on his instagram and their stories on her instagram. They're at a hotel there dancing. At one point, he puts his hand on her as she is dancing in front of, uh, she's giving him a special dance and like it's just like What? And then at the end of all this, there is a video where he called her his girl. He bought her a Rolls Royce. I can't understand why she kissed him now neither one of them that you bought me a Rolls Royce. I'd put my lips on. Anyone have confirmed or denied anything yet, but they're not acting like maybe they're they're going to be that couple that They're divorced. They just can't be married. But they're together. Think it's possible that their divorce was still in love? Bryants? I don't know. Don't know. So,

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Cardi B Kisses Offset During Lavish Birthday Party One Month After Filing for Divorce

Z Morning Zoo

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Cardi B Kisses Offset During Lavish Birthday Party One Month After Filing for Divorce

"Party being offset on again off again, I guess on again during her 20th birthday party this past weekend they were in Vegas. Melissa forget she filed for divorce over a month ago. But she was in Vegas along with, you know offset Megan sighing Kylie Jenner, a bunch of celebrities on and there's videos and photographs of them, Tio just all every each other like. Artie was photographed Casey man they know with parting into the morning where he's sharing videos of behind the scenes on his instagram and their stories on her instagram. They're at a hotel there dancing. At one point, he puts his hand on her as she is dancing in front of, uh, she's giving him a special dance and like it's just like What? And then at the end of all this, there is a video where he called her his girl. He bought her a Rolls Royce. I can't understand why she kissed him now neither one of them that you bought me a Rolls Royce. I'd put my lips on. Anyone have confirmed or denied anything yet, but they're not acting like maybe they're they're going to be that couple that They're divorced. They just can't be married. But they're together. Think it's possible that their divorce was still in love? Bryants? I don't know. Don't know. So,

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Anaheim City Council Approves Deal To Sell Angel Stadium To Los Angeles Angels Owner For $150M In Cash

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Anaheim City Council Approves Deal To Sell Angel Stadium To Los Angeles Angels Owner For $150M In Cash

"The Anaheim City Council voted early this morning to approve a deal with Angels owner already Marino to sell the stadium and the surrounding land for $150 million. The team will agree to stay in the city through 2050 and Marino agreed to build nearly 500 affordable housing units. A beautiful day in Anaheim and having Angel stay in Anaheim from years to come. That's the mayor here. Is he doing counseling? Jose Marino voted against the rule. It is a private benefit under the guise in the community benefit. That's what makes this a guest. Not a sale is a transfer of Anna home Well. At a time when people are on food lines. Being laid out from their job. Marino's plan to make Artie Marino pay more was rejecting the Angels have threatened leave Anaheim if a deal couldn't be reached. City Council will vote a second time to make it official local union sending members to

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Boston - Police Consider Charges After Party That Forced Lincoln-Sudbury To Shift To Remote Learning

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | Last month

Boston - Police Consider Charges After Party That Forced Lincoln-Sudbury To Shift To Remote Learning

"On update on a story in Sudbury, where a crowded party attended by Lincoln Sudbury, Regional High students forced that school fully remote for the start of the school year. Sudbury police now say the family who hosted the party may be facing charges when police broke it up. Some students ran into the woods or gave phony names, meaning police couldn't fully identify who attended the party. Artie and Health officials made the call for school to be remote for two weeks. Sudbury police chief Scott Nick's now says police are assessing appropriate charges against the teen who hosted the party and the parents who own the House

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'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled

Tim Conway Jr.

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled

"Cop with Artie Schwarzenegger a drive in movie Siri's has pulled Arnold Schwarzenegger's comedy kindergarten cop from its opening night lineup after some people complain that it was just out of step with today's political climate. It might be a tumor. It's not a tumor tumor at all. Portland's Northwest Film Center was slated to screen the 1990 comedy to kick off Summer Cinema. Siri's, It received plenty of pushback from residents with tweets, saying things like there's nothing entertaining about the presence of police in schools. It was replaced with the showing of the John Lewis documentary. Good trouble. Oh,

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Torrance Police Arrest 2 People Suspected Of Vandalizing Car, Yelling ‘White Lives Matter’, Los Angeles

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Torrance Police Arrest 2 People Suspected Of Vandalizing Car, Yelling ‘White Lives Matter’, Los Angeles

"A married couple for a hate crime where they yelled on Lee White lives matter and then did a Nazi salute. Police arrested Gregory and Rachel how for the July 22nd incident, which has been seen by countless people in a viral video that was taken by the victims. The victim couple was in a vehicle behind a truck at a stop light near Artie. Asian Prairie. Police say video shows a woman getting out of the passenger side of the truck in front of them and going up to the victims and yelling. Moments later, a man gets out of the truck ahead and doesn't Nazi hand salute in front of the victims before he gets a shovel and hits the victim's vehicle several times as they try to drive off. In the video. One of the victims appears to be black towards police arrested the couple Friday. Emily

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Breaking Through at CVRx

MedTech Talk Podcast

05:33 min | 3 months ago

Breaking Through at CVRx

"Welcome to the MED tech talk podcast your host Pardo and I'm very excited to welcome the deem yard CEO CRX to this edition of the podcast Nadeem has had the lustrous career starting at GE and then his GM of MEDTRONIC's navigation business but his biggest and most important challenges come CPR which we're going to focus on today for full disclosure. I've had the pleasure to get to know Nadeem over the past eight plus years, and for the last four I've been on the beam sport and killed as an investor in Cebu. Rx. and. I'm really looking forward to the conversation today. Deem it is great to have you on cats. Thank you jeff it's great to be with you today. Terrific will good what we have a lot of things to cover today and really want to focus on CBS which is turning into I think an incredibly exciting story. But of course, their their roots to the CRX story and maybe you can take us through that a little bit the genesis of. Both. The CRT is therapy in heart failure but also barracks. Absolutely Jeff. So I talk about heart failure it is. A devastating disease. Very expensive from a cost perspective, but also from the human side of things, patients unfortunately suffering from heart failure, end up having those episodes of congestive offense way as they feel that drowning, it's like a continuous waterboarding expedient just how painful that is right and unfortunately one of those episodes could lead to their death and. In the United States hot figure is the second most expensive disease. If we consider cancer as one disease, if you stopped separating cancer between breast cancer by cancer sets that hot figure becomes unfortunately the most expensive disease in the US. What is hot forget? It's. When the heart over the years of. Insult or injury to starts becoming larger the walls of the heart becoming thinner. And the heart's ability to pump blood to the system is compromised. And that's. Compromise happening in multiple forms. One of them is called synchrony when the left side and the right side of the heart start becoming disconnected from each other. So think about it like a car. Engine where have the cylinders not kill into properly? Than the COD would not produce horsepower that you need. You need to tune the car that is what's Artie Cardiac. Surgery synchronization therapy. Was designed to do they. You know put two pacemakers right now it's only one pacemaker with two wires. That's why they call it by basic they based both ventricles and they tried to synchronize the left and right side. That works wild if the heart is distinct honest. However in heart failure. Only thirty to forty percent of the patients have synchrony. That s of the patient's heart become lodged the world's thinner. But the left and right sides are still beating in harmony but not strong enough. And for those patients, unfortunately crt devices did not produce the results that WHO, hoping for. Ten fifteen years ago when we're testing them. And that is where our approach berry. Flex. Therapy comes into play. The genesis of this therapy goes back multiple decades not gonna go to the whole history with Dr Professor Bronwyn than his wife and everything, but nevertheless indie. Let me take one paper from Dr. Abraham. From nineteen ninety nine and that is about CRT devices. In this paper that was published in the New England. Journal of Medicine Dr Abraham demonstrated the sustained. That's or the sustained benefit of CRT. Comes from the fact that when you should denies the left side on the right side of the heart, the pulse pressure of the volume of the blood leaving the heart. Activates the Beverly Flex. In the cutouts dodgy. Trusting. Right. So those patients with this synchrony, you recent combined the left and the right. Now you're sending a pulse pressure strong enough you activate the battery flex let a convoluted way to do it. How did you see that actually signed to do it well? Alex secrets wandered in the body we went with a Wyatt directly into those better receptors in the. Wall and activate though cells. Jackie with. Why go all around right now, our device would work in all forms of heart failure, but we have to go in developed the evidence one by one and demonstrates and in our first. Quote Unquote. beachhead strategy. We selected a large segment of patients who are not able to be treated by CIT devices. Why not the eligible for Siasi devices? Those patients are those who do not have distinctly. Right. So they left the right side of the heart beating in synchrony, but heart is not strong enough. The walls fin the muscles of the heart are tired at the. Pump, the blood.

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The Future Of Health Care

Mentally Yours

08:38 min | 5 months ago

The Future Of Health Care

"Odd Bjorn and welcome Swinton Yours Metro. Could he ks mental health podcast? I'm Yvette and we're doing things but at the moment because of the epidemic today. I'm chatting soup Professor Mike Combs. He's the vice chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners. We're going be fine the out about how. Gp's coping at the moment and how the health service might be affected after the epidemic We do know is I think. Definitely different general practice Evolved changed rapidly last Pepsi's accesses in a different way using technology and much more over way. But you know I think I'm despite the fact that has been changes work so it's GonNa. I'm still quite certainly where I would. Let's get to hear What's Today worked? Like how change because of the prime of it. So I think The Access to general practitioners. So we're asking patients to use the phone who use the Internet to contact us and then we're cooling back in assessing than needs and often weekly video consultations which we have helped in. We're trying to do with as as many agent requests hitting outweighs possible We're using more than one more. My Corona virus type symptoms. But we're also got the ability to save people both in the way I'd also Problems you are. A few people have been put off new ways. Contacting be found. People have adopted very quickly. Immi indicated you. I think people were the public with that. Had An amazing response and using services really appropriately and trying to keep away. She hasn't we have noticed that there was a reduction agent edgy cat activity. You know at one point. I think we're probably seeing a twenty five percent reduction of cool cozy against Over time has become slide worrying. And we're seeing fewer people they admitted to hospital for Co Coburg Related Issues Where seeing numbers referrals to Secondary Cancer Hospital Services has Jesus for example the two week. Wait referrals potential. Cancer diagnoses seems to have gone down by fifty percent. So we all worried that people have changed their behavior and it's and it's resulting Perhaps not presenting to general practice. We've probably be able to today. What about these mental health issues? Do you think people are still stiff? Hesitates to him thinking that they should getting touch that. Gps The moment useful thing. There is an element is I was talking to some colleagues From I AP and from so. That's the local psychological therapies service and also from the Somme and tell them to have reduced And I think we also you see few patients presenting with mental health issues which is again a bit of a worry. 'cause you know what we suspected that those programs have increasing due to the low kind due to the current situation so we all trying to get message out. General Practices Oakland to business. I mean we really would like to contact his a took him. Yeah definitely because I'm sure it's it's a very difficult time for lots of people for twenty two issues on that people with longtime mental health issues finding things harder at the moment but also Perhaps people who might not sit had mentally south issues before dealing with a great deal of sedans. Artie and other issues How you finding yourself that things like that. The video calls and of telephone calls with patients. I mean do you think it must be very difficult to support people especially with mental issues that way? Different I think. And we're having to adapt to that have to make the best of it and to be honest. We all able to communicate. We only see patients affected. Say is being in the same room with human connection and the definitely different I think it's okay. We're managing to have conversations and you know we do have the ability to see people and if absolutely necessary and of course We meet we have capacity to do that. We already sort of done how some people might be sort of hesitation about event the GP even if they had quite a serious issue are you. There might be some sort of Possible sort of Russians under people going to the doctor after tendon because over. That's one of the things that we have been talking about. You won't come next and I think general practice. He's starting to pass that and we want to avoid being overwhelmed and and we're starting to reach out to patients who we think might might be higher. School is situation where they might need our input so many long term condition and of course mental health is one of them. So we're thinking about well which civilian into to me to reach out to you Pets on dementia patients The pictures that practice of being at high risk for the reasons whether a history of safeguarding or perhaps domestic abuse history in the past you know building teams in the practice to then reach out and try and connect them productivity wrongly and just waiting to contact to What about GP's themselves? What kind of challenges? They face into the right mental health because it must be quite stressful time as a stressful time for all of us but it must be particularly Houghton Sosa from frontlines. Much me something where we we all. Well I think the changes in themselves and the ducks into new rated working has been one thing Obviously the risk of contracting to rotavirus yourself to play to think the meal Piccolo know patients. He's had an not a challenge. Either thing that we've come across the cruces A workload in terms of our shielding patients and contacting patients cat home near the vulnerable sincere and having difficult conversations about What they want for their future K. You know whether they want to be casual. Do they want to go into? And those conversations are really difficult to the best of times when you're in the face to face situation but during the do them have those conversations when you're not Is a is is quite stressful. So I think we all worried about. Gp We're trying to Offer resources And support for them to take it out their own well-being James Difficult time. Well supported the out there for GP's in particular. So I think we're so the the role Kanji the being a brokerage house. Educating the major stake goes energy I think in a strong to encourage don't healthcare professionals just to think about themselves focus on their law style to take because die The sleep access always make sure they could social connection and try to avoid an unhealthy way the de de-stressing. That's really important will also Kim giving advice they can do. We're is in that practices to support each other and again. I think that there's a lot of evidence that that sort of support from your team has a huge benefit but we're also the people to resources the NHL has has a website people and don't UK whether fifty fleet apps not help tweak and managing stress. Mindfulness we'd worry anxiety to leak. Think they've been really. Well used an on on top of that the helpline album on mountains. That's seven days a week. I'd also bereavement support line Which I think is getting at both getting really take

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"artie" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

09:03 min | 7 months ago

"artie" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"I've been thinking about a lot of stuff. I need to stop thinking. It's all that free time you had is. I'm seriously so now. All of a sudden the dental students with coming out of school with all this debt that we're feeling like they under pressure to buy a practice or or like all the sudden that all the sudden having all that debt from dental school doesn't seem quite as bad as having all this debt from a practice. Yeah they can't really walk away from that debt but they're going to get some pretty good breaks I am. I understanding is like any federal subsidized loans. They're they're just not they're just suspending payments and interest for awhile and stuff like that and I worry about people. Dental practice owners that have a bunch of debt. I will say that it sounds like most banks are going to give people some some time for stuff to settle in. But I don't know there's a lot there's a lot of questions out there. I concerns in in frankly. A lot of people are not working that were last week. You know or a couple of weeks ago. So there's there's a lot of a lot of questions and all this stuff is relatively obvious like and no one needs to be embarrassed about asking these questions even even if someone chains you for for the sort of thing. These are all totally legitimate questions that need to need to be reasonably asked you know for for sure. I mean this is like we were talking about. This is unprecedented. So it's everything is going to be brand new to most and quite frankly you know you really should not be ashamed to ask if you don't know and it's funny because things change by the minute I left. Today Jacob. Javits center was a convention center. I come back today now. It's a hospital so if you've never seen the javits center the scale of what they're talking about is sort of mind blowing. I can't honestly. I can't imagine needing that much room it. Will they want thirty thousand more beds and they'll be thirty thousand more beds? I mean I'm sorry. Thirty thousand dollars ventilators. They need more than that embeds. So really yeah I mean remember. It's a big city people living in close proximity. You know where you are. United BE FAR lists concern. Yeah just because you don't have that proximity but although again I got a taste of today it was. It is a ghost town around where I am but I mean it's is these large areas it's this and by the way people are for the most part respecting the six foot now. They've given you that. Six Foot distance for social distancing. But it's you know people still hanging out in parks so. I mean that's a hard. That's a much harder thing to do too much hard thing to do. New York just having been in. New York's much harder. That's six foot rules. Not Quite so hard here. It's almost an entire apartment. Yeah exactly it's it was cool. It was cool like like when I was there and everything like that. That's the hustle and bustle. But I suspect people are more likely to follow directions there on this. Because it's a little scarier I think around here man. People people don't think it's all that big of a deal yet. That's I'm telling you that right now. There's a lot of like I have. I have patients calling while we're doing emergencies like what weren't weren't you? Rescheduling us and stuff like that. Do you watch the news? The governor just shut the state down like I'm sorry can't smooth temporary. Okay you know I mean is it overkill. Maybe maybe for areas with less population density. But come on. It's like that you know what that is. I liken it to not re medicating before procedure. Sure the odds are likely that nothing will happen to you. But YOU WANNA take that risk and and certainly wouldn't so. I understand the desire to be proactive. And I think it's a very good idea. It's a smart move. Yeah but but I mean like I do worry I do worry about it. We can only decide if it's overkill. After the fact I heard someone heard someone on a podcast. Say If you haven't bat outbreak than you then then you were underprepared. But if you don't have a bad outbreak than it was overkill there's really no middle. No one's going to say. Oh you did everything just right right. Yeah that never happens and trust me. I'd rather be over prepared over pair and expect the worst I mean. That's yeah I'm a little worried about. I mean I'm saying okay. Let's say we come out of this and still open by the way are they only so. You're okay I'd be fine with takeout. I tend to think month month and a half two months. I don't know exactly when the question is. How much money are people going to have to spend industry? That's the question I think that I think that that changes a lot of things you know like like a lot of these a lot of big case stuff maybe going to be put off because they just don't have the an who knows what financing will be. It's going to be an interesting time to be sure but you heard it. I already says it's a ghost town in New York City. It's still getting there and central Michigan. But we are. We are on state lockdown. I can't believe I'm I'm shocked. I thought New York was but that's all right. You probably will be right. You know what's funny is they. Don't call it as such but they really told you if you don't Work in other words they have the essential businesses not work from essential business. You must stay at home the same. That's the same thing the done Michigan they give up. The list of people who are essential is quite long a I was born. I didn't read the whole list. I read the first couple and I stopped reading because I I was wondering if I was on that list for if we were on it maybe I can just take the week off but now and I am in by the way the office. The only thing I did WANNA to say Allen just real quick was was something that's really interesting. I mean. We're taking all our precautions. But what's interesting about not hysteria but just about misinformation and about people almost forgetting how they're treated patients. I had a six year old kid. Come in with an abscess okay. Tooth number s either extractor done bottom by his a pediatric dentist. The mother is a patient of ours. She came over and she said you know my son is swollen. He was the most AC- Piatra dentist and the pediatric dentist closed. The office never called them here. The thing this is the one thing about an safety being issue but you have a six year old child who has a toothache or some type of APPs or some dental emergency. They have no treatment available for them right. Because everybody's closed so. They go to urgency role potentially exposing them to the current of. You know it's it's what's our role in it so I mean I know it's it's definitely fraught with with the Bait and peril but it had thinking you know. This kid came in very early last week and I was like when when they told us to. I do the essentials and I was like you know this could go to the hospital leaking very well put himself at risk would be put at yeah foregoing they were maybe maybe worse is his grandparents that see him later would be put at risk. That's kind of what a lot of people are thinking it's interesting what's our role in this and I completely believe and I mean it sucks about the shutdowns but we do have to comply at the same time. Do we have responsibility to see our patients to kind of in a way? Prevent them from having to go somewhere provide. You're you're not infected yourself but to go somewhere and potentially expose themselves you know where. Where's the best place to catch corona virus right now likely a hospital? I mean for sure because that's where everyone is my my thought processes to I'm I'm triaging emergency cases more or less by. Is this going to put this person in the emergency room? We don't treat this now are in the next couple of weeks or are they gonna be at a point where they need to go to the Er for infection or pain or something and the reality is like. That's not a whole lot of people and you can do a lot of triage the phone with that. It's not anywhere close to ideal but it is. It is what it is and I. I think we're going to do okay with it too. I think we just have to kind of just have to buckle down a podcast and and the dental Hackney's try and support people and let them know what's right and wrong. There's a lot of information out there and don't believe everything you know. We're going to try and bring the best information we can and we filter through a lot of it a guy yeah. I remember how many we have to approve posts commit. If people don't know when when post come into the dental hacks nation facebook page they have to be vetted a bit. And then if there's any post it's not about corona virus these past he's one of the moderators poor bastard. He's one of the moderators as well in. I think Jason and I have probably slapped a little bit because we have good moderate. Like and I gotTa Tell. You you put a post up there. The moderators are human beings. It really depends on my mood as to where like if I'm really pissy about this. Whole Corona virus thing. You're probably getting deleted before it ever gets the DELHEX nation. Guess what no regrets man. I if you think it's important we didn't put it up there. Just try again. Maybe you'll catch me to better mood. That's that's Kinda. Oh it's all about emotion people already thanks for being on in dental hacks nation if you have questions comments show up in the dental hacks nation remelted INFO dental hacks dot com and we'll get to it. There's a lot more with this. Came From and stay out there and be well. We'll talk again soon..

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Bears agree to 1-year deal with former Steelers CB Burns

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

00:14 sec | 7 months ago

Bears agree to 1-year deal with former Steelers CB Burns

"Maser NFL free agency continue reader and a crown of ISIS across virus crisis that is the bears have reportedly added their secondary according to his agent former Steelers cornerback Artie burns on the bears agree to a one year deal bars twenty fifth overall pick of Pittsburgh in twenty

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How disordered eating behaviors impact your health, digestion, and hormones with Victoria Myers

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

07:34 min | 8 months ago

How disordered eating behaviors impact your health, digestion, and hormones with Victoria Myers

"We Toria thank you so much for coming on the podcast. I'm super proud to have you here. I'm really excited for the listeners. To hear someone who also takes this middle ground approach which is not allowed enough voice in the clinical nutrition slash disordered eating eating disorder recovery communities right. So I'd love to get started by talking about. How did you get here? Tell us about your personal health journey and the biggest influences on your relationship with food and your body growing up. Yeah well first of all Dana. Thank you so much for having me. I'm a really big fan of your work. Some honored to be on the PODCASTS. But for me I feel like my story starts way back in Childhood. Not obviously going to go into all the details stories of that vet. I just never had a normal relationship with my body and really ever with food and I remember. Really Young Age. I was kind of seeing foods as good as bad from a really young age and seeing my body as good and bad and all of those ways I think a lot of assist women were kind of affected by the culture in this society. As like what? We're supposed to look like right so as I get older. I that I wanNA be a Dietitian. And that was one of the best decisions I've ever made yet at the same time. It really was the catalyst for me starting to have really disordered behaviors around food because I felt like to be a dietician on you to look the part any to act the part so I would always say that like I had different forms of disordered eating. It never got quite to the spectrum of an active eating disorder but I did have restricted binge eating and I definitely had very disorder views towards foods I was always on diet of some sort and switching to a next month so a lot of chronic dieting and then I would say the thing that really stuck with me throughout the beginning just because again like becoming a Dietitian if doing needed to act and look the part was orthodoxy us. So that's the unhealthy obsession with eating healthy. I had that from the get go and then again. The dining kind of came and went throughout about ten years of my life. I went to school for you know nutrition and became a Dietitian. I moved to Florida after going to Clemson University where I did my schooling in my artie. Internship right outside of that area and when I moved to Florida I also continued those behaviors Especially as bright to be I remember being really restrictive with my eating habits but then binge eating afterwards because it's you know it's great that Pin Jhelum and I felt like again as a Dietitian. I just I always felt like I needed to be look apart always comes back to just not really filling enough as I was which is so interesting in the work that I do today because it's just changed so much so obviously as time has gone on I started to realize I had disorder behaviors. I realized this beautiful world of intuitive eating and how sad every side I worked on my relationship with Orthodoxy and really healing my disordered relationship with both food and my body just myself you know and for me a big part of that journey to with Arthur Rexona in this disorder relationship was I developed. Ib Ass and even had CBO for a period of time throughout my digestive issues. I also had a lot of hormonal imbalances when I got off a birth control after being on it for twelve years. I had a really hard time getting my period back so I'm so thankful for both the the journey ahead with my relationship with my body with food and also those digestion hormonal issues. I had because that's actually the exact that work that I do today. That's why I'm incredibly passionate about it because I find especially for people with the unhealthy obsession with eating healthy. What we're seeing right now with this health and wellness road is like this very dight. Centric approach to the Hillock. The healing modalities in the way that we need to heal. And we're being told you have to eat very specific and rigid ways to heal yourself right so I found while I was like China Hill. These things I am as I got even more or rex because I felt like it was the only way to heal and obviously went on. I realized exact opposite actually into eating was the best thing for me am I now can say like I rarely have digestive issues and I have a healthy monthly period and like all these beautiful things that came from healing my relationship with food and becoming an of eater and now at my virtual private practice. And that's the work the work that we do specialize in a clients who have orthodoxy. We do intuitive eating work. Digestive work in hormonal work as well so long story short. All those things together is the stuff that I'm so passionate about can't and it's so powerful to because I loved well loved and really identified with what you said before is like when you decided that you wanted to become a dietician. There's this kind of fear that you have to look and act the part and I feel like many people in the. Let's say the health and wellness and even sometimes the medical space as well. But mostly you see this with Dietitians nutritionists personal trainers health coaches everything like that. They're kind of is this conception that you have to look quote look the part right which like what does that mean when we start to examine that but you feel like you have to look a certain part or known will take you seriously. No one will believe you. No one will take your advice right. I mean there's that common like horrible truth like Oh well. No one wants to see a doctor who has cardiovascular disease like you would never go to a cardio surgeon who has heart attacks all the time right. So you wouldn't go to a Dietitian nutritionist. Who's in a larger body or has a higher BMI because there must be something wrong with them? Why would take their advice right? So there is this kind of fear as going into the dietetic practice or even with personal trainers or nutritionist. And stuff like that. Is I have to get there before. I can even be taken seriously and the interesting conundrum that I find with. This is many people go into the field of dietetic nutrition myself included because they are so obsessed with food and they want to make a larger part of their life so that they go into studying this and how to like you were saying we're in this era of like a diet centric approach to healing modalities and a lot of that is what you learn in nutrition school as well so it just kind of further impounds that belief and then you've got this okay. I need to look and act the As a Dietitian and I'm also already obsessed with food and it's basically just like a thunderstorm that can lead to Orthodox sick and disordered. Eating tendency is for a lot of practitioners as well yes. I couldn't agree more. I love that you use the word. Thunder storm is a great way to describe it. And it's so unfortunate to me because I feel like what we need to do now. Now that we've been part of the problem for so long which is why I really liked to show the messy parts of my life. Messy like the imperfect actions because we've created as a society that views perfection as the only way to obtain health that you have to eat this like very perfect way of eating and you have to exercise. Certain amount of times isn't it so unrealistic is so unattainable then makes people feel very all or nothing about their health and wellness behaviors. And then to. It's not what true health look cyclic. To health is not about session. It's about like your intentions in your mindset and just like living like living a good life like I don't want to ever promote the message anymore. Which once did I think we've all had our own evolution. Never went promote this idea of like you have to do exactly what I do to have this version of. Hell's I'm not interested in that anymore.

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RT launches The Nobody Zone in five languages

podnews

02:45 min | 9 months ago

RT launches The Nobody Zone in five languages

"The latest from our newsletter at Poured News Dot net. What out of the blue. I just said now tell me about all the other murders in Kelly. Some crimes are never seen which one you talk about. The nobody's own anu six Parsh- true crime podcast from Archie and third year. That's a true crime stories set on the streets of London. But it's interesting because it a first artie. They're making it available in five languages English Danish Spanish German and Irish. Nobody's own is a cupboard action third ear productions in Denmark spotify. His redesigned is podcast. Show pages show trailers and are given a prominent position at the top of the episode list. And it also has category browsing buttons as well. It's rolling out on. Irs We don't see it on Android yes staples built some new stores called staples connect in the state of Massachusetts Lucky Massachusetts. Each of these new stores have podcast studios as well and spreaker has very proud to offer discounts for all staples connects. Podcast studios uses listening to podcasts. Conference has confirmed its headline speaker. It's Sarah Caning the host and Co Creator Of Award. Winning podcast. Cereal not unique detailing the conference. He's on June the twenty fifth in downtown Los Angeles in California. Yes it's in the biltmore again. Why every hotel room is still nine hundred. Seventy Five Nick. Kwara ways in the podcast. He likes it. The horse radio network is celebrating posting over ten thousand episodes. The podcast network has been in operation since two thousand and eight and includes daily morning. Show horses in the morning which is now at two thousand. Four hundred episodes. Nee No yes. I just isn't to this. Podcast is a weekly podcast recommendation. Newsletter for women. You'll find it links from our episode notes and I'm used today also linked a free podcast conference yesterday in Providence Rhode Island called W. F. E. S. lineup features Andy Mills and acted Mayo and speakers from stitcher and w. n. y. c. and thanks to our latest supporter called the podcast news. No idea what they did and it cost us the first live podcast on Broadway. Of course it has to be true crime. True crime obsessed takes to the stage on June. The first daily podcast covering video game news has launched gaming right home is new from the makers of the tech me right. Home and bad on paper is a weekly podcast bringing you. The people products and books you need to know about it already has one hundred and twenty five thousand monthly downloads and facebook community with ever four thousand members

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The Story of My 1969 Dodge Charger RT SE

Talking Mopars

04:48 min | 10 months ago

The Story of My 1969 Dodge Charger RT SE

"Story of my nineteen. sixty-nine Charger Artie S. C.. Four forty four speed. I found an ad in the newspaper. classifieds twenty three years ago for a nineteen sixty-nine charger for forty for sale. Seventy two hundred no weather info. This is when people took out ads in the weekly newspaper. classifieds there was not much internet traffic at the time in regards to Carcelle. Usually you had to find these in the newspaper or wait for the local auto trader. Come out I contacted. The person in spoke with his wife. She stated her husband could drive the car to work the following day so that I could come and look at it unbeknownst. unbeknownst to me he worked at the Flint stamping plant in Flint Michigan. I drove up to see the car. The following day it was parked in the flint stamping plant assembly yard. Somewhat rough area in here sits the sixty nine charter. After walking up to the car it was obvious it was more than a plane charger. There was RT badges on the grill rear of the car. I also noticed SC Z.. Badges on the sale panel looking inside the window there was a large pistol grip. Gun handle shifter sticking out of the council knock correct for the year but exciting nonetheless. There was mud all over the car from the person driving it to work that day. I open the hood in decoded. The data plate car was rt se. Four forty four speed Dana in a car made in hamtramck excess VIN originally a triple green stripe delete car now triple black. Paint was decent. No Rust or rot whatsoever. I I contacted the seller went to his house. The following day and purchase the car on the spot was also given extra seats exercise glass and miscellaneous parts that my wife wondered why we needed. Ll took the car to a local used car. Lot the following week to get appraised this used car dealer used to sell old muscle cars. He walked around the car and noticed a few things about that look familiar. He went into his office and came out with a picture which was about five years old at the time of my car that I just purchased. He states that he brought the car back from California to in Michigan and was the person who sold it to the gentleman that I bought it from. He actually gave me that older picture of the car. Since that time I've replaced the motor transmission and the usual parts. It's in pieces for the car. Currently has four ninety six muscle motor stroke or with solid Cam. It'll brock aluminum heads ten and a half to one compression pump gas. I have a picture of my my son who was two years old at the time poking his head out the window. He is now twenty six and he drives the car regularly and also helps me work on the car. I enclosed a picture of my son when he was as little as a video of him now. Driving it twenty four years later I'm in the seventy challenger as we went for a cruise. Thank you for your podcast. Great Info you provide and will continue to listen Doug Doug Doug thanks for sending in your story what a deal seventy two hundred dollars for an original sixty nine nine. RT as he four forty four speed car that is cool Although it is no longer the original triple green which. I'm actually a a fan of that color combination. It is very cool that it is now triple black I'm not mad at black. I think black is a great color especially for a charger. And it's good that you still have the original fender tag. That's always good for documentation purposes. And it's awesome that your son has been with the car since he was young. That is very very cool to. I always say that. It's great getting kids involved when they're young with these cars because it's something that they will take with them for the rest of their lives and it's Cooler Hulu let him drive. It sounds like a little bit of a monster with a four ninety. Six big block stroke over. That's cool and the nice thing about a car. That Eh was already modified when you got it or that was not necessarily one hundred percent original stock. You know what I mean. I sometimes like those cars because it allows you to make it your own and to modify it to be the car you want it to be and not necessarily what the factory wanted it to be so. It's not always a bad thing when cars are built off of the fender tag as far whereas you know when it's triple green car and somebody goes you know what I hate that color combination. I'm a do triple black. So that's cool. I don't have a problem problem with that. You know what I mean especially if your whole purpose is to enjoy the car and you're not looking at it as a long term investment for originality because has that's out the window you know so with a car like this you can do what you want to it because it specialty you and you're not concerned about the end value. That's always cool thing. So you know very cool charger. I like the pictures and I liked the video a lot really fun and Dan. It's good to see that your kid is driving the car a lot and he's enjoying it

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7 Ways SEO Will Change in The Next Decade

Marketing School

07:32 min | 10 months ago

7 Ways SEO Will Change in The Next Decade

"I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about seven ways Seo S.. You will change in the next decade so the first way. I'm not sure if I'll be able to get forty dive into it. Air We've done episodes talk about how is going to change in the next twenty. Yeah yet we thought we WANNA do something where we break down. How as he is going to change over the next decade because look let's face? Seo's is a long term play. There's been more Gulag Rhythm Changes Eric and Jan Twenty twenty we do think. Seo's GonNa look similar to how it was in twenty nineteen with some changes season. We really covered this impasse episodes but we don't think Seo is going to be the same over. The next decade meeting is going to drastically change and we wanted to have episode. That just break sat down so that way you can prepare for it to. I'm willing to bet you this is going to be one of the top episodes whenever we're doing on. Seo It does really well but here's my take on it to to to start off before I even go with number one. It's if people are like as you is dying. I remember at one point visa. Seo is dying my take on it is as long as there are human beings probably even robots robots but maybe not robots but human beings are going to ask questions they are going to be here to do robots to get him for search for things to get information. Yeah so as long as you're looking for information there needs to be some kind of search engine so it sure maybe number one in the next decade. What I'll speak to and I I'm going kind of wide on? This one is a lot of. Musk is working on neuro link right now in addition to everything else that he's working on about neural link basically allows you to put your thoughts into action shouldn't the end of the day so imagine if you can think a search and it just pops out instead of having to type or even voice commanded. I think that's something that's very possible for it to happen by I. Twenty thirty because look at the rate of technology changing right now. I do very much that look if neuro link actually becomes more more kind of for relies or formulated on is is more widely adopted than I think. We're GONNA have a different way of doing search by. Don't think searches going away. Yeah I don't think search is going away either. The big thing that I ended up seeing in the next decade is searches GonNa look like the way it is right now. Most people search on their phone computer computer. I believe. Search isn't just going to be from your Google home your Alexa. I also believe search is GonNA end up taking place on all all devices. So let's say you're cooking in the kitchen you're stole will start breaking on ingredients what to do how to fix things etcetera. Your blender your fridge I believe leave all these devices will start incorporating search so when you're doing seo it's not just about optimizing for Google it's going to be optimizing for all these devices that people use throughout their day. All right number three is I think voice is still very nascent right now I think the way these are Alexis or google homes of the world. Look their party. He got more to try to Create like a more standard for these home devices. SMART Home Devices. Now I think voice is going to get much smarter I think with the data that are given. They're gonNA understand a lot more because right now even when I asked Alexa like a complicated question. She's going to be unable to understand if I asked like sports scores or the weather. Sure she'll pick it up but for the most spart it's still very rudimentary. I'd say so you're GONNA see voice be a lot more become a lot more developed at. It's going to be able to to do a lot more heavy lifting for you number four. Our voice search is going to be a remarketing game. And here's what I mean by that because there's all these devices that are going to have search. I'm not just boy. Searching General is GONNA be remarking game game and when I mean search the includes Seo. And here's what I mean. Let's say you're getting rankings. You're getting results whether it's a fridge or a dishwasher I don't care whatever whatever pulling up the result and giving you the feedback advice people are learning from you still right. It's your content. That's getting out there. It's GONNA be harder to monetize off devices devices like a fridge or maybe you won't be too hard but oven or stove or a Alexa device. Right and what will end up happening in is through remarketing. You'll be able to stay all right. Everyone who's read one of my answers or read some of my copy whether to voice or tax or video or audio doesn't the matter. We WanNA remark them then. Show our paid products and services and I do believe that we're hiring a majority of your conversions for five years from now from Seo. Yeah all right now what I think about. I'm trying to debate between which I WANNA pick right now but I do think the sure Neil has talked about how translations have done really. Well offramp I think a lot of people still haven't put that into action. Look Google is keen right now. Google has mentioned that. Look at the end of the day they have a toddler traffic or a a ton of content in English. They've crawled but they're missing the other languages too and Google continues to want to the goals of organized. The world's information so I think you're GONNA see translations rise up quite a bit and again like there's over there's billions of blog posts being published every day billions of blogs out. There already. Competition is very very stiff. If right now so the way that you have do you WanNa grow. Your traffic is to really diverse. Like there's a lot more of the world is going online now the next decade. You'll see a lot. More people come online which feeds people are GonNa pay more attention to actually figure out how they could help create content for other languages. Because here's the thing we don't know like sure there's one superpower the US the US is the number one superpower right now but in the next decade. Who knows who it's going to be right? And I'm proud of barricade but at the end of the day like I don't know who it's going to be so you do have to take into consideration. You know other people that are around the world that are non English speakers number six. I believe video is going to be the future of content and not just YouTube. But we're GONNA start seeing everything in our is kind of contact lenses minority report style. A Google has google glass but hey that's an inconvenience to wear glasses versus is having it in your eye and you can see videos information digest. So you're GONNA have to start creating more video content that is a future all the stats. Ended a artie. Show it so make sure creating content even though it doesn't do as well in Seo. Right now I do believe that will do extremely well in the long run. Do just imagine what Neil saying like. Imagine imagine if you're wearing the contact lens and I I walk into Neal's home and I I want to be able to I want to. Let's say I'm attached to a neural link to I just wanted to. I'm wondering in my head. Like how much is his. Neal's furniture over there How much is the food that he bought over there right? Imagine I can search all that without with just thinking it using the context that basically it's it's you could call that augmented committed reality where it basically says halo these sort of prices on all the things that I can think like. Oh I actually want to buy this right now and I just think it and buy it right there right like I think that's the future of Congress. It sounds Kinda scary but I do see that actually happening the locker but anyway number seven so the way I see it. China is becoming even more powerful than it already. It is I think India is going to become way more powerful next ten years. This is just my prediction. Okay and so the the reason why I'm saying this right now is you know. Google is the number one player in the market right now but I think at the end of the day. Abbas coming up You know you have pictures surcharges. Eater China has its own division close ecosystem but I speak you know in order to win for the long term. I like the smart home partnership that Apple Google Amazon have done. I think there's going to be more partnerships around you. Know how. Why prediction fiction is it? It's not going to be like a winner. Take I think in order for search to work really really well. There has to be some kind of partnership of of some kind. But that's just my

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"artie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

09:37 min | 11 months ago

"artie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I I just remembered another part from from a pope of Greenwich Village. A lot of great ones. I got a slap them around. dolittle somebody from New York the shy but you know when they share. Cheer you put your Code. You don't say good night. No Day in that as women. Yeah Barish we gotta get Eric Roberts on here storyteller. Yeah absolutely yeah yeah. Yeah Julia's morphing indirect. Maybe transgendering see another movie of the many movies where people people look way too good and this was a scorsese. It's a big problem is shut Ryland. No in gangs of new. Did anybody back then. Look like Cameron Diaz. Yeah first of all. I get with. Leonardo DiCaprio doesn't accent. I can't even look at this. I can't she stole your time. These it took me lucky charm. Pack Half Magic Kalihi Stars Green clovers the term lucky jarver's nondescript the script the accent diamonds South African accent. I I wish my research tells me this is how you spoke. Where is it the cab have resumed? I'm going to take these smuggled diamonds and a fresh Kale L. A. But again again. Scorsese you so. I think what couldn't get the movies made that he wanted to get made so the capital did a smart thing. He wanted to good reviews. You know after being occurring role on growing pains and becomes as huge star. So Scorsese limb to get the movies made but yeah you know. I'm sure of course as you would have rather had you know I don't really buy. I am as you know how and Bady had had enough for years. He was trying to get a project attack. He he wound up. Layton played them a couple years ago. Yeah also or J. Edgar Hoover another one. Yeah Ah Eastwood directed that but again if the capital wants to do it and even the makeup the pig makeup on TV was better. The hoover mega the make up on. What's his is named? Marmon Hammer was the other guy he fucks. Yeah that looked like night of the Living Davis I. I can't again like brokeback mountain to me. Should have a warning on it. Thirty minutes in two guys fucking tent Eh. It starts Telugu Regular Western last so his shit. Yeah like high news lasts pools and shit they say hey. This is John Cajoling. Wayne Robert Mitchum this man right move somewhere like thirty minutes ginny like. Where's the hot chick? Did they always a high fat as owing go to come in at all and then one night. It's a little rainy out that's all. Hey Hey the craziest thing about that movie is and then all of a sudden like goes into the ten they start fucking it turns over Jake Luna starts fucking but the crazy thing is what are the odds that the other cowboy would be gay. I don't even ask what are the odds. The other cowboy is also homosexual sixty one wyoming coming. You have Randy Quaid hires you yeah the hairdressers who is straight like John Wayne and Robin started blowing data. Over here pilgrim. The guy was scarred for life after that. That's the genesis of this podcast. Actually a rainy night in a tent. Aladdin and the parents just started talking. I would that sound good on the subject of the Godfather. You WanNa stay anything about Robert Evans passing away allow. Well there's GonNa be a lot more blow in the World Robert Evans. Every story ever knows everybody. Everybody has a Rodney Dangerfield story at all. It also leads to them. Seeing nuts enrolled. The open is open fucking Robert Evans. Movie leads to him. Doing doing coke with someone lately. He's he supposedly had like a little vial of blow. Much like Red Fox heard And and just was this as you but I mean listen. Made some of the best movies ever. And he's got a great line about Alley McGraw. She was dancing with me. And thinking about Steve McQueen's Cock Bovey pitcher dock. So good you're talking about a guy who's obviously mentally ill but you know back in the seventies the great thing about you know Dennis Hopper Nicholson were all these lunatic characters. Who got this amazing work? Done like the legacy in the seventy. Even the filmmakers like Raffelson's listen and those absolutely thing and older Hollywood. There was no such a thing as a drug addict or an alcoholic right and everybody did they work right. That's why I'm saying famous because no one's losers back in this world extraordinary loser like like extraordinary the comedy cellar now and if it's a fucking comedian in his twenties accidentally ingest just gluten they go to Rehab having gluten asshole. Fact that I'm this crazy Roese pig nosed heroin cocaine at salt the oxycodone with a hooker and Saint Louis a seasons. I adore another interlude as faces when me and you do the show together. That's the the that's the show. It's really out for some sort of weird delightful. Look like he's enjoying like Jeffrey. FC Argentine Juke. Cheerleaders do yoga. He's horrified Trying to represent both sides of crack I feel for Surrey Sweet. What about speaking Jimmy Con? What about What about the quote quote from fief on your twitter That that I get thief is another great with Michael Michael Man. Yeah his first film thief so So James Caan walks into this guy's office and he's trying to get money back that the guy stole from so the Guy Goes A Uh a who the fuck are you slick. What somebody knows you? I don't know you. I don't know some planning gigs. Get outta here. I am the last guy in the world old that you WANNA fuck with. Are you found my money on gigs. Now let us pretend that you do not know this money belongs to. That's right I don't know who you offer Christ Sake and three hours I will call set of meat. At which time you will pay me my money. One hundred and eighty five thousand dollars and then he just looks the Dennis Farina was like a young guy but he goes. Hey you go look at the wall man. It's it's in his later. Working in heat he has this thing like like the main characters are all these like these like Marley. Ambiguous guys like like the Deniro in the movie heat uh-huh they all have this cadence. I think that's like a Chicago thing. They pronounce every word. At which time you will pay me my money. One hundred and eighty five. You do not know who this money like interesting overacting but something Michael Man like Deniro does the same thing and heat. I love my command for always spoke that way Chicago getting really good stuff. Good movie thief. Yeah Oh so we're just recommending movies as we go but people can see these either twitter. I yeah why.

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"artie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

11:50 min | 11 months ago

"artie" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"It. I never bought some chicken for a broad. Pop was at least cord on blue so I never bought a bottle of champagne wasn't at least dom Perignon I went on a street. Pop took five hundred dollars off a Shylock Sinatra at the garden. Set two seats away from Tony. Tony Bennett that success. Nice I ha- by the way you can see all of these already twitter feed. That's right and he takes requests. That's right right absolutely up. Gilbert's movies funky monkey. What have you been in? What is your filmography? Yeah I had to be Liepaja in Baths House party three the party yeah. funky monkey is one of the better. That was right was Rodney in funky monkey. New York was back by midnight. Midnight with Rodney Rodney dangerfield movie go back by with him. I know he did something after the wally. Doc You really have you looked at your royalties lately i. Ah I use that line to get late. Oh Miss Wally sparks. Well really we don't WanNa meet you for tails go presented more careers that the blacklist they played. Hitler was that highway to hell. I laugh when people sure so ripped off and they see a movie they call getting me. Jude like Bruno. Guns as Hitler was a tour to force. Yeah I'd love to see her better better. One will be one Hitler Miss. I got trouble because this guy in the papers. Another twitter thing. I said this was a true story. This hundred year old Jewish plumber. He's a Holocaust survivor and he had this weird stat. He survived the Holocaust he was also the most requested Jewish plumber. The History of New Jersey and I tweeted out that he was the only the guy to make both Schindler's and Angie's The two biggies big list. So tell us about your returns your triumphant return to stand up. We were talking about. You've been getting some good reviews. It's ending here. This is aw much the way Ray. Romano a rights jokes about new jokes about having children and Gilbert doesn't pat whatever much the way a comedian rights new jobs and Gilbert doesn't say Monica references disaster on fresh. The Dead Sea Scrolls lines. I leave this awful crazy life so I use that almost as the business model I mind I mind that for material so these stories again like the sniffing glass stories like you know sophisticated normal classy human human beings. Don't have these stories so I think they find them fascinating. So I'm benefiting from that that's great I tell stories on stage. When did you get back up in just a couple? The months ago about two months two months ago I was locked up for eight months You know again rehab with Sandra Bullock and yeah and and Megan Fox the hot chick re out and Zell Boonchu the Chad Lowe. Tyrese Gibson the normal people you see in Rehab. Victoria's secret catalog. Twenty eight eight days and yes. Oh so I. I had a lot of time to think jail for two months and unlike him. I'm assuming you use that time. The rights of new material that differs how I use the last eight months and gives us the last fifty years. It hasn't found time to write one show tap out. He wonders never walk. Alone doesn't hill at the end of. Wait a minute the amish materials certainly new four years old yet. I'm like the Amish. That's fairly new now. Getting getting back to man with the golden arm talk about what about when he's rolling around then either withdrawals. Yeah that's real. That's real but again you don't really Frank Sinatra legal the terrible thing about heroin. Which is why I strongly? Don't recommend it Berg. Our people is different than any other drug opioids. Because you you needed every eight hours like in other words if you don't have if you become a heroin addict and it gets physically inside your system you need more heroin like you need oxygen every eight hours so you go into these horrible arable withdrawals that makes you do desperate things like blow a midget under a bridge. Pittsburgh accidentally started class. Act Ah so tell us about the time you are very villages me I give your gain your south exactly that my dealer. That's exactly what my dealer Washington Heights bullying gauge. How good who smiles? Everyone smiles as fantasies heroin Barbi Benton. They're winning we're going to relate to the Mare Winningham said name. I'm trying to remember that actress. CA terrorists substance Carreira. No no no actress Beverly Hills nine. Oh All Gabriel Carta Gabrielle. Carteris oh I'm it was for a while it's really the president of SAT. What did you ear and Vegan restaurants as soon as they marijuana ham? Click Mare winningham click. We'll pass. That's not that one. So Bill macy Bill Meziane the guy from abroad ninety seven. Wow all right. He was drugged. Jared Tall I did. I did the Sitcom with McDonald for two years on. ABC you see the norm show and he was guest star. So Nikki Cox was on the show. Okay with big tits or no yes. Yes Nikki Cox and Okay so we're at the network read through there's network. People they're writers shit like that producers and bill was allowed guy and Nikki Koch walks up to one. Hugs them and says hi. My name is Nikki Cox and he looks right at her tits and goes really Bill Pussy even McDonalds half Jeff Cox bill pussy so so he had a writer a letter of apology. Oh Gee and he's the first metoo victims. Yes sir. Flower Posey Z.. Gosh I've enormous. I'm Nikki Cox Fantastic. Yeah all right we're GONNA make you do another one of these oh This one is one of Mexican. This Parisians wars was on your twitter page on your twitter. this is you and and will in Elf. Oh okay this is will Farrell Talking to me as these Santa Claus in Elf Alf. You're not Santa. You're a fake. I'm a fake. Yeah how'd you like to be dead if you're Santa Claus. What Song that I sing you on your birthday? Okay last year. Why why Happy Birthday of course? You're not Santa. You're a fake. You smell like beef and cheese. And then he pulls my brothers. He's not saying he's not sending them. We fight each other. That scene was was the F- The most fun shoot because me me and him got to destroy the toy. Aw Department of a store and it was one take so we just got to like throw shit at each other. It was fantast. You get to spend any time with COM- Tom Making making that movie. Yeah Okay here's James Constant okay. Okay at the Premier L.. Is You're the world's biggest God absolutely at the premier for talking to James Caan and James Caan first of all the size of her village. I work with Tom Cruise once. And he you know in Funky Monkey. He's like four foot ten James Kati Sonny Corleone. But you're you know he. He came up to about my gin and the last thing he says to me. I'm trying to make small talk with them. The whole time and against someone told him I was a comedian. This is the last thing he as as we go. Because you're a comedian right. I go yeah he goes. What's the worst thing abroad? Get here after she blows Willie Nelson. I'm like what he goes. I'm not Willie Nelson. I'll see you later broke housing. I'm not Willie Nelson. He did not disappoint sunny corleones. Element Yoga's data. Scott Caan.

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Pink Taco founder Harry Morton found dead in Beverly Hills home

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Pink Taco founder Harry Morton found dead in Beverly Hills home

"C. news and Harry Morton founder of the pink taco restaurant chain and former owner of the viper room has been found dead in his Beverly hills home that happened over the weekend the thirty eight year old restauranteur was pronounced dead Saturday evening cause of death not yet known Morton's father Peter Morton co founded the hard rock cafe franchise in nineteen seventy one and his grandfather Artie Morton co founded Morton's steakhouse restaurant in nineteen

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How To Get Enough Iodine On A Dairy Free Diet

Healthy Eating For Kids

04:59 min | 1 year ago

How To Get Enough Iodine On A Dairy Free Diet

"Lovely interns actually turned this blog post around around for me on Dean quite a while back some so sorry that I have a be able to release it sooner but if you are interested in you know reading through some of the points that we all go to talk about in today's episode you might be at the gym or walking the dog in which case just make make sure you click on the link to view the blog post or just hop over to my website and you'll be able to navigate onto the block and you should find and this this episode rid not as a blog post for you so the reason why iodine is so important is although although on their freedom alliance you would be worried about your child's calcium intake on Edina is another mineral that really shouldn't be forgotten about and it's important to note that your body cannot produce it on its own so it is a mineral that needs to be consumed it plays a really important role in making some of the chiral home on so thyroxine and Triaud Tyron I can't say but it's basically t not three Cairo it says the only south of the body which had absorbed iodine and these cells than combine id in an amino acid so very basic protein molecule if you like called Tirmizi to make the tyrod hormones and and it's the tirades shop to make tile home it's really important that children get enough to help make those hormones add had essentially tire homes helps the body use energy stay warm is is used by major organs in the body such as the brain brain heart muscles and just make sure that all of their organs work as they should so it's really important hormone in metabolism in making sure that children grow but also in their cognitive function so in many ways we really need to think about our on Kadena intake from pregnancy and particularly if you are pregnant and following a Vegan diet but also a dairy free diet yourself then you really need to make sure that you are getting adequate dean unfortunately up to eight third of the population are not getting enough iodine especially the families I see living in the Middle East some parts of Asia New Zealand and Europe because we know that the levels of Artie in the soil is naturally low and that's why it's really important to be aware of that if you are planning a pregnancy iron deficiency in developing baby has has been linked with neurological disorders adhd and even a lower IQ so it's no wonder that it is suddenly a very very hot topic the reason why I'm focusing around pregnancy is because when a mother a pregnant mom has low iden- status it can have long lasting effects for children so we know that children could have lower lower cognitive language and mortar schools at eighteen months and three years they could have impaired working memory at four years he is low reading accuracy and comprehension at nine years and also lowered verbal at eight years that might all sound fraud the very very grim however Irene deficiency is easily reversible so let's talk about how we can make sure that our children get enough iden- in the UK children are generally getting enough in their diet however this does mainly Ainley come from cow's milk so there is some evidence our mild iden- deficiency in school aged girls but if your child is around say Eh four to ten they usually drinking enough milk which would give them the iodine that they need but the navigate a bit older and they start to drop their evening Merg or perhaps it's having mergen this cereals that sort of thing that they can become borderline deficient and obviously the charges following a dairy free died then there is some pressure to make sure that alternative plundering and other dairy free foods off well fortified with iodine so how much iden- due to an actually

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"artie" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

19:50 min | 1 year ago

"artie" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"I mean it You have actually wait wait thirty years not thirty six thirty years thirty years and you have also three and just to finish off what I just said it's like if you're say twenty three thirty five and then somebody tells you oh you're going to die at the age of forty two what happened just by them planting that seed in your brain you could create this if you believe in what that person just said you could create this to become a self fulfilling prophecy so you know your body starts to build up to that so once you once people have said to me you know already you know somebody told me I was GONNA die at this age but just like maybe the next year when I said don't worry just left a death sentence off you got many years ahead of you all of a sudden it changes everything you have a really good point there and oftentimes we don't about the self-fulfilling prophecy in fact many people don't even know that it exists and that we manifest these really negative things or situations because we has become so focused on one hundred percent yes at one hundred percent exists will thank you so much I really Austin we have a chance to have you back on the show I'm really excited about the things that we've talked about today because I would be conceded there's GonNa be some changes and that it's GonNa help many many people so thank you again artie now the power of life and the power of really is in take responsibility of your choices and your actions and if you want something bad enough to happen then if you project yourself out there with your action and with your emotional heart and God's will is your will to God's ears the my mouth that God God bless you Rebecca and may God bless everyone who's listening with lots of love health happiness and serenity and Prosperity thank you thank you so much and thank all of you for tuning in today I appreciate you very much and I asked that you share this with your friends your family your colleagues people that you know and those that you don't we definitely WANNA help people move in the direction that has forward an unhappy stay tuned for another episode of Rebecca Sounds Reveille thanks for watching the yeah.

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"artie" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"artie" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"It'd be Kinda exterminating because the ECON- for actually killing wrote correct you. Can you just get ballot up. I question that's who is the biggest celebrity asshole you've ever dealt with whether it's at stern stern or on your own or whatever been some of the you just like this guy is or girls the fucking asshole three words. Brian Greene originally when I was I guess liberty all right. I was just about to say that qualified. He was fucking Meghan. Fact that's the way he went but yet so he was a hip hop. Star after melrose place back in the nineties was a big deal. He knows his baggage ally and we did a sketch. I mean he hosted mad. TV With Matthew me so so we did this guy so I was kind of goofing on him to a safe but I didn't really realize that it was about white rapper goes by the name Bag Brian. Austin Green is actually rapping tweeted something where I said here's a he's got a brother who's also rapper with a less cool. I saw that one coming so so so yeah. He kept screwing up. You couldn't remember to lie and he he he turned into the biggest asshole ever like he was blaming other people in the sketch word and just the prick. Tom Cruise was a bit of an Asshole to me. Jerry Maguire cut from Jerry Maguire right. I got cut out of the movie 'cause I e he was yelling at me in front of the crew and it was my i I it was before dirty work actively but I have a big part and that got dirty what you can get cut out and but you know listen Tom. My Jersey. I wasn't well not far removed from being like the long shore Jerry and Tom Cruise is four foot eleven feet six years where you're supposed to play these supposed to be like one of the agent Sir her. I played a guy if you remember movie Kelly Preston her him into a big play at the NFL draft and she and I played an annoying guy right yeah yeah boys you. I come up when I say I had like two paragraphs and shit and and he gives me like fuck off looking I leave. Steve and he yelled at me and Cameron Crowe. Director was a great guy changed. My life goes goes. Just do it the way he wants you to do it. I adjusted and I did. The whole crew was like you know realize what Tom who's the idiot. I got arrested in the meantime. I told everybody going to be McGuire. I get arrested. I go to Los Angeles County again at three o'clock in the morning. The guards do me a favor and let me check my answering machine. I'm in. La County jail. I would've bookie in Staten Island thirty grits for the first place and always here and the answer machine. Check my answer machine. I'm in a jumpsuit and La County jail. I'm probably GONNA get fired for managing. My life is over but I got Jerry Maguire coming out two weeks later. I voice voicemails and I checked well. I got birds and Chris waiting in line to check the phone in a Jumpsuit Gel first voicemails from Cameron Crowe go and I got cut out of the movie. Ah I said this is a bad week. 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Rolling Thunder Veterans Group Makes Final Ride Through Washington

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Rolling Thunder Veterans Group Makes Final Ride Through Washington

"Rolling thunder is all set to be retired. It's taking. Spinal ride this weekend. USA radio networks Timberg has the story. The decades long tradition of Memorial Day weekend demonstration of motorcycles, roaring through Washington DC, we'll end with this year's rolling thunder. Former army sergeant Artie, Miller and executive director of rolling thunder says they're tired of the harassment. They're getting from Washington DC, but these writers say they'll miss the tradition toll about what America stands for. I it's incredibly special and emotional, and, again, a great reminder force every year, that audio courtesy of Fox News

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London Calling: British Prime Minister Theresa May's future in doubt

Charlie Parker

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

London Calling: British Prime Minister Theresa May's future in doubt

"Prime Minister Theresa may could announce her resignation. Any day. Now a report in the times of London says may could announce as early as Friday that show quit. Her post, she'll remain as prime minister, while her successor is elected pressure is reportedly mounting on may to resign amid a backlash of her offer of new Brexit plan that she wants to put before parliament, all makers of Artie, rejected three deals, from may for Britain to exit the European

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Jimmy Kimmel Bringing 'All In The Family' & 'The Jeffersons' Back

Investor's Edge

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Jimmy Kimmel Bringing 'All In The Family' & 'The Jeffersons' Back

"Television city in Hollywood. Glenn? Kimmel will be hosting a new TV special honoring all in the family and the jeffersons ABC announced a press release on Thursday thing. The fifty one year old television personality will present a tribute to the classic Norman Lear series live in front of a studio audience Norman Lear all in the family and the jeffersons the tribute will recreate an original episode from both on the family and the jeffersons Woody Harrelson and Meriva Tomi will play Artie in Edith bunker in on family and Jamie Foxx and Wanda sikes will play George and whizzy Jefferson in the jeffersons on family rent for nine seasons during the seventies. And the jeffersons ran for eleven on CBS. The live ninety minute special will air may twenty second on ABC for

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"artie" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"artie" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Thanks again for listening to entertainment will continue. No with these recordings by Artie Shaw, and his orchestra. I saw. When they. Budget? Thank you. You should be. Go..

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"artie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"artie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hosted of Artie set their their roster for the year because of the salary cap, you know, Machado. I think Christmas went over met with the Yankees. And I don't know why didn't sign there the way that the way the Yankees pull out that checkbook you pay the luxury tax. Harper was offered back in September at ten year three hundred billion dollar deal. Stay in Washington. Crazy, isn't it? It's always a fun time of the year when we get the Australian and go, but I don't even know what's going on with Nash Tara arts so many different teams and maneuvers over there. Not even funny. And that's the one. I if there was a sport that I really followed close years ago. I I'll be honest. My interest is dropped off quite dramatically in the last few years. You know, get back to the way it was. I mean, that's that's gonna be most of it there. I mean, a lot of the fans for back end, you know. You know? Just. Of so many of the drivers that I liked, you know, Tony Stewart, Jeff, Gordon, Dale, jR, obviously and on and on they're all they're all not racing anymore. And I just never really you. I never really found a new young gun that was all wanting you on the bandwagon with. I like Austin Dillon. I mean, he got big shoes to fill in that number three car. I mean, nobody could take place avail senior in Nairobi. Another never be another Dale senior. Jeff, gordon. You know, Ryan Newman. I think he went over to what Danske I think this year. Here gifts because I tell you I was honestly shocked at JD Gibbs passed away. Yeah. That was what he'd been battling cancer. Wouldn't it? Donald was it neurological disease. Yeah. I mean that.

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"artie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"artie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Comedian Artie lanes of the Twitter on Christmas day to Sharon image of his Hasely deformed nose allegedly from what he describes as three decades of drug abuse. According to nj dot com laying has had to have surgery on his nose years of snorting cocaine and heroin and one incident in which he accidentally snorted glass when he tried to suck up smashed Oxycontin, tablets, which left him with no septum. Don't do drugs drugs. You know, I I will say I I the first time I saw that image. I was like don't share that. But then I thought no Sharon. Yes. That is important for people to see. Yeah. The fifty one year old comedian previously revealed he would be attending rehab after testing positive for multiple drugs including cocaine while serving a four year probation for heroin possession. And he admitted to Twitter that he was set to apply for are very strict rehab type program called drug court. I thought that part of the story was very. On a positive note. Thank you. When Aretha Franklin died in August. She left behind a legacy as the undisputed Queen of soul and also a huge debt to Uncle Sam. According to legal documents. Yes. Obtained by TMZ the IRS claims Franklin owes more than six point three million in back taxes from between twenty twelve and two thousand eighteen and an additional one point five million in penalties. So dear. And then let's not even talk about how much the funeral. I mean. Yes, which was essentially a state funeral. Four days. Yeah. Now, it looks like the good news is that her estate is paid at least three million dollars back taxes to the IRS. But that's still just about half the Bill. How does that? I don't I don't even answer. But how does that happen? You know, what I mean, I found a dollar in my wallet today. And I thought I was rich. Today. Stan I mean mine is so meticulous. I can just throw it right into quick books. Well, the numbers the numbers over here Smalley. Yes. Exactly. I have to.

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"artie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on AP News

"A judge's spirit comedian Artie laying jail time, even though he tested positive for cocaine and amphetamine he was in a New Jersey court Friday for a probation violation despite the positive test. The judge ordered Ling's attorney to apply to have his client admitted to drug court laying was ordered to serve four years probation in June after he pleaded guilty to heroin possession stemming from a two thousand seventeen traffic. Stop laying apparently told the judge Friday that heroin is out of his life spirit airlines tops the latest ratings for on time flights. It's a stunning turnaround for a discount carrier that consistently ranked as the thirtieth airline in America three years ago. The transportation department says eighty nine. Percent of spirits flights enact over arrived on time putting spirit just ahead. A frequent winner Hawaiian airlines and delta it marks. The first time the carrier has topped the ranking. Wild sockeye salmon being sold in the refrigerated. I'll of some New York stores may be straight from the fish farm. New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood says in a report that more than one fourth of the seafood or hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.

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"artie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This is a Wednesday September twenty six good morning. I'm Carol MacKenzie. It's seventy eight degrees. We actually have patches of blue sky out there right now heading up to eighty five little later on. We're gonna see some thunderstorms and some of those storms could be severe in the news at this hour are snakes political drama over the supreme court coming this week in Washington. I'm Tom Foty, America's dads now behind bars. Bill Cosby led away in handcuffs after a sentencing to serve three to ten for sexual assault. Cosby sentencing brings closure to women who have been waiting decades. I feel a victory in my soul and in my heart. I Mike Artie Leon eagles hit the practice field today. Getting ready for Sunday's game with Tennessee Phillies continue their series in Colorado and the Philadelphia union. Visit the Houston dynamo in the finals of the US open Cup and business Steve photos from Bloomberg new home sales rebounded in August. And Comcast is buying the rest. Most of Britain's Sky TV from FOX and CBS three meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger. Hot and humid with some sun but late day, showers and thunderstorms, which could be locally strong or severe and those will clear later on tonight. Daytime highs hit the mid eighties. We to sixty three through the overnight coming up a fabulous stretch of fall weather coming our way, and I'll let you know that coincides with the weekend. That's when we check eyewitness weather on KYW NewsRadio right now. Seventy eight degrees. Partly sunny at the broadcast center hadn't up to eighty five today. What be new some eleven. Oh to it's time for traffic.

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"artie" Discussed on Z100

Z100

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on Z100

"You also get a taylor swift coffee mug and i'll even throw in a coffee pod for you oh you got the book from artie lang brodie's promotional items alang something to give away this is turning out to be a good box now that the already laying book isn't you get the bobblehead john stamos bobble okay a war you got a package of water bowling ooh water not included it's so easy hold on do you have a sink you also get the board game wonky that is pretty cool that's how that's all i got thank you guys hope are you happy you chose the dogs over the ten dollars after pointed no looking tight fitting t tshirts all right we'll throw it in for you that's right thank you i hope you have a great day to day hope thank you guys to hold on one second what's my question is what promotion was the john stamos bobblehead doll i never got them the mail john stamos bobblehead doll yeah that's hot i'm sorry we got rid of that don't open it that belongs to hope oh it looks like the box businessman crushed his little head maybe shattered in two thousand sixteen because it looks like there's two thousand sixteen do you ever go to the mailbox and you find an envelope from like the taxation and finance department or something you're like oh yes and you open it up in you owe money from like eight years ago got that today how much do you owe or a couple of couple of one hundred dollars the worst i know but you want to know what it was four when i went to italy a longtime ago i shipped like a set of plates or something like that i owe two hundred dollars in tax worshiping it from europe to why why not this seriously this is eight years ago figure this stuff out i don't know i mean really it's so weird when the government sits around goes all we need some more cash let's get elvis duran on an import tax dishes but can i tell you something like ooh weird so yesterday i received a text my friend i haven't talked to since we took that trip eight years ago the next day a box came in the.

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"artie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In action artie muller organize the event in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven saying you wanted to get the attention of congress in a different way about the fact that ninety thousand military members are unaccounted for came down here with jessica shirt on november no motorcycles justin cars pick up a glowing coffee veterans today we don't know what and that would be muller wants lawmakers to understand military families now live every day without an answer as to whether missing family member is or is buried pat piper washington love actually star hugh grant is married for the first time at the age of fifty seven to his swedish tv producer girlfriend and ever seen the couple have three young children together and grant has two other children from another relationship and barbara kusak bloomberg sports update at eleven four yankees lost in the bronx to the angels might travel was a one man wrecking crew he had five hits his two run homer in the fourth gave the angels elite they were not relinquish sony gray lapped after surrendering five runs and throwing a twothirds he did strike seven aaron judge it is fourteenth came into the on back to back pitches with brett gardner for gardner his second in the second inning austin role mine hit his third home run the mets were pummeled by the brewers into six jason vargas lasted just three innings giving up five runs the mets bullpen struggled mightily wilmer flores collected three hits in their home runs for brandon mo and michael conforto manager mickey callaway says it's all about trying to keep the mets simone continue to support them everybody has bad games we had several that had bad games on saint time tonight so it kind of skewed the score big time and you have to chalk it up to that.

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"artie" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

Full Stack Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

"Template it will update because all of those handlebars like variables will reference back to that single identity map which is kind of like single source of truth yeah yeah cool so that's kind of how it works and again it's kind of like it's a very conventional at home feeling if you're used to working with relational data and you know again even something like rails active record effectively serves as a cashing layer for the database so the first time you would call something like you know post dot take the first ten in active record it would make maybe like a select star from posts limit ten to the database yeah but then the next time let's say you have post id's one through ten loaded and active record and then maybe later on in your kind of your flow for this request you you do like post up find one if you do post find one well rails is gonna say artie have that i don't need to go the database so i'm just going to give it to you out of my cash and it's the same idea with data where you enter route and you fetch something and it loads up the first ten posts and now when i'm maybe presenting the user with a form and i need to show that post i can just say something like post dot find one it's very similar api and it'll just use what i have on the cash you know in that lets you edit the data and then optionally kind of persist it back to the server or away changes you know but that that rich relationship aware identity map on the client let's do a lot of things in the u i.

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"artie" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Yeah me too soon we care little bit you can see the six majors are gonna make more money than english majors so employers are willing to go and give some awards for the staff but he ended striking how many how many people get a job where they barely know statistics really know next nothing about it and the hired they find you don't know it will teach you now it's not leo in part of it is not that big advantage just because college instruction is so for and what about yourself as an economist i believe you mentioned that economists don't necessarily use what they learn on their job what what they you use what they learn on their jobs yet people who majoring economics are highly paid is because of transfer so i think the main thing is just that the economics major signals that you're pretty quantitative that you're interested money and union willing to jump through these hurdles material most people consider boring so off put that all and an impressive employers so i mean like if you take a look at the highest earning majors let's run during the top than cs mechanical engineering than finance but economics coming up very close fifth and these are all cluster together so i mean i i love to tell my undergraduates economics is the highest paid of all the easy majors and there's like hey don't call it easy like come on this is not like your science you're not disappearing into a basement for weeks emerging with hasty white skin the end like like you can still have a nice fun artie experience and get your degree in economics we don't ask that much you.

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"artie" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on About Last Night

"Right if it's your show you want to your especially coming from santo yeah like why would i write my wow right and then you have to learn how to that's a big move to into that point so it's and you hear that that's consistent with like three seasons end to be like okay i'm going to like i think so bit your it's like a study in human development or something trying to notice who's good at what and then you trying to learn where you can delegate because a lot of it is like effort isn't really funny you wanna find out the duplex brothers at my pockets mark duplanty yeah and he's about just like if there's anyone who can do it better than you let them do it you can save at for onset riffing like no one can riff like me i'm not saying funny like me right yeah exactly because my character is me so i like i'm thinking about episode with artie the six episode of the second season which was if anything wins you a damn dad episodes damn the hosted by okay demi levato yeah but in that somebody produces of ira member vivian comes so many demis and i'm trying to remember the name of the guy from moana demi demi guy oh yeah yeah forget the peanuts wrestler's all made sense wait so anyway there's a lot of episodes by episode appreciate that i.

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"artie" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"artie" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Each other's friends playing podcast was the brainchild of artie corallo what he left behind changed everything credits announced by got yes you opinions expressed the nell playing or those of the individual hosts and may not reflect the opinion of in guns media inc valium then guns immediate inc is not affiliated with the motion pictures reviewed or otherwise referred to herein all movie clips and music included in this podcast or the intellectual property of their respective copyright holders they are included here for the purpose of review and no infringement is intended no playing bond cast is an exclusive trademark of been guns media inc and may not be used without the express written permission of johnson media incorporating all rights reserved from the finish line less than this movie has tell you that i try didn't wanna fly around in the background pretty impressive sis i know that reference that it's crew sneaky sis i know but it was impressive did sneaky not so much impressive here's the really funny thing every year i going fishing trip with some friends and we drive to southern illinois there's a direct call it mansion built out of trailers we've seen it evolve it literally started as one trailer then they welded on another trailer that they put two trailers on top of it so it second story i think the stacks aren't in columbus there in southern illinois watching it failed is really cupping the eighties and stroking it's ego.

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"artie" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"artie" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

"This is one of those data sets where i can't wait to see all the publications and see how different changes are perspective on where we are now we're going to diverge here so i totally agree with you by the way i do not disagree with you about the upcoming catalogues of excess all the planets i can't wait but let's talk about gravitational waves so okay lego is starting to pay for itself it's now found what five waves three three okay maybe it's sort of starting come on all eu grump um i am a great night's a huge sum of money over three detection yup so a grim but do you not feel that the ability or as the next generation of gravitational wave discoveries is pretty exciting because it gives us a whole new cents to be able to see the universe so i have very very mixed emotions here and the reason i have such mixed emotions is we have all these other ways of of seeing that yes gravity waves did plunked fill in the space they will go here because we see the radiation of that gravitational energy in the decay of compact object orbits there's noble prize of artie went out we have a sound theory that traces everything around gravitational waves out and this is where the stuff that excites me is were the universes like nope not gonna give that to you the way you expected it and.

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