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School technology delayed due o human rights violation fears

BBC World Service

00:34 sec | 9 hrs ago

School technology delayed due o human rights violation fears

"County may have to start the new school year. Without equipment that's needed for distance learning. Atta what County school Superintendent Alan Cosby says more than 4000 laptops ordered through a reseller that supplies remote learning technology is being held up by U. S Customs. Cosby says the laptop manufacturer has ties to another company that's allegedly linked to human rights violations in China. He says the district has reorder from a different vender who may not be able to deliver before October. The so

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Forgiveness

The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:36 min | 3 d ago

Forgiveness

"Now. You. Are Getting Ready. To embark on a journey. Because forgiveness isn't something that just happens. Instantly you decide. Okay I want to forgive so I'm going to forgive. Someone or you're going to forgive yourself. It's usually a process. But getting started as with. Just, about anything is often the hardest part. So. Make. A. Choice. At this moment. To begin that process that doesn't mean you necessarily have to forgive someone this week, but it just means that you have begun to have more compassion. And that you are no longer leading something have power and control over you the way animosity or holding a garage. Can have, it can wreak havoc on your life in fact you can become. Bound to it. So, this will be a week of setting yourself free. Now, each meditative technique, this week is customized to give you a sense of freedom and relief. So you'll start off today by visualizing and then tomorrow you will discover an affirmation the next day, a breeding techniques, and then a mood rather next day and a chalk refocus the next day you'll layer everything together. In Friday of the series that will actually be day six just depending on when you join us in this series and then you will ended with a final meditation on. Saturday. So I always begin a meditation series on Sunday although you can listen to these in any order you want. So we are at day one whatever day that is for you. So as you get ready to settle yourself down and meditate know that you also have a challenge. I always issue you a challenge at the beginning of a weekly series. Your challenge is to just as I mentioned. Began to take the first step towards forgiveness by doing something each day. To. Release yourself from harboring Atta, Mossy, holding grudges, and resentments. So you could focus maybe. On forgiving one person. Or forgiving yourself. You could even. For one day, simply focus on. Feeling compassion. For that person. Or for yourself. Another. Day. You might think about. Sending. Some gratitude for the lessons you've learned. For going through the experience of really holding onto a garage. Letting go of that. If you even focus each day on feeling compassion for this person or for yourself. You will notice. A sense of freedom. Inner, freedom the best kind. So. Sit Up straight as you get ready to do a meditation. And, closure is. Keeping them slightly elevated upward. Began to. Relax your. Body. and. Notice. Where you feel in your body. Any kind of. Animosity or Resentment towards somewhat or Torture Yourself. You might feel a sense of shame about something in your life. Notice. If you hold this feeling in your body. Now, visualize this person that you're going to choose differ gaffe. You might not really even feel like forgiving that person but you know that you should do this. It's been long enough. It's time to release. So visualize this person. Think of some aspect of compassion towards this person. Could even visualize yourself.

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Happy Soberversary! Lessons from 10 Years Sober & 12 Years in Recovery

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

05:50 min | Last week

Happy Soberversary! Lessons from 10 Years Sober & 12 Years in Recovery

"Hi sober souls. It's Lynn from Georgia and I'm really excited for today's episode because. I'm about to turn ten years summer. By the time you'll be listening to this. It will be July twenty seven. Which is my sober bursary? It is the day that I entered Hazelton Betty Ford in center city Minnesota, screaming. Yeah literally screaming for help. I was intoxicated so sometimes. I actually tell folks like I'm going to tell you that. My actual date of not being intoxicated was probably closer to the twenty eight, but I went in pretty early on the twenty seven. So it's just easier for me to remember. However I did spend twenty four hours in detox, which was super. Fun For those of you who have been? been through detox, it was my third detox and Yeah, that one stuck for those of you. Who May Not Know My story? I attempted to get sober like so many of us long before. I actually attained sobriety, so I say that I have been in recovery. 'cause, that's what I fully believe as opposed to one hundred percent sober for two years prior to actually finding sobriety. And they'll talk a little bit more about that once I. Get into what I'm going to share with. And that is my lessons from ten years of Sobriety in twelve years in recovery I've worked really hard to kind of home down to ten lessons. Only because it's fun to do it that way, Ten and ten you know, but there are so many more than ten lessons. Many of which I often talk about here on the PODCAST, so getting back to my story I was really bad off before I went into -ment and by bad off. I mean yeah, in the two years prior I had seven months of sobriety or I guess I would actually call it. Since I was still taking prescription drugs and counter drugs, not as prescribed, but leading up to my final days as an active drinker, I experienced loss, and what we often call in the Biz a precipitating event, which set my final days of drinking into high gear for approximately the final three months for me, and that event was my father died I was estranged from my father at the time. I actually felt like while he was dying, he was somewhat haunting me. And I would go between him haunting me about actually coming to see him before he died, my parents were living in Arizona at the time, and also just the culmination of his mental illness, which was lifelong for me in how that manifested in my waking and sleeping hours as negative self talk, and also I really did feel like he was in my consciousness. So hopefully that is okay for some of you out there indefinitely I know it's okay for those of us like myself. Who are into the Woohoo? So in any case he did pass away and for the next several weeks I was off and on drinking, and then well into the month of June where I had. Had really relapsed. If you will in a hard core way I just gave up, and I just started drinking twenty four seven, I would have days where I would push myself to recover, which meant for me sitting on my sofa until the nausea went away until I had stopped throwing up, and I would push myself into overdrive an exercise I would try and exercise and Excise the alcohol out of me, and it was so painful, and then of course after a day or so of doing this, I would talk myself into drinking again as if I could have some modicum of control, these were the days that I would wake up after only buying one bottle it was. At the time, which was so horrific to me that that's what I was buying, but that's what I was buying and I would go four blocks drive for blocks to the gas station to get it every morning. There were mornings that I was up at you. Know seven, because, of course you don't sleep well and rain for eight o'clock living in Wisconsin at the time for the store to open, so I could get my drug. It was excruciating. I was of course in a deep depression I wasn't thinking straight. I was isolating and there was literally nothing. Nothing, that anyone could do I at one point scheduled. What I know now is my second or third intervention. Call my family to come. Help me somehow, and they did not have any idea what to do. They were not well-versed in addiction at all. All they knew to do is to take me to the hospital. Where they gave me comfort drugs including Atta van and sent me home with Clemson

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Woodbine Revised 2020 Stakes Schedule Starts Tomorrow

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Woodbine Revised 2020 Stakes Schedule Starts Tomorrow

"Colony. What's being? Was Our industry starved the week presented by Stuart. Morris Equine Forum tomorrow morning, eight to ten am eastern time serious to nineteen excellent to a one stream it live horse racing radio. Dot. Net all right up at woodbine couple of stakes, races, tomorrow, Mile, and a sixteenth greed, three trillium on the all weather up there We. Get a field of eight phillies and mass. To Go The eight and a half furlongs. This was a tough one. I thought body. There's a lot of wage going here. Yeah I'M GONNA take a little bit of stab here. I'm I'm wondering. If number one super escape can steal this race. To me. It looks like she's the only true speed in the field. Maybe number seven another time WHO's shown. Very moderate speed at times, but I think if they break evenly. Super Escape is faster. She's been sprinting. Relax too I think she's better routing than she is sprinting. In fact, she's two for two on non turf surfaces. Atta Mile and a sixteenth including one for one on the all weather at Woodbine. She's got the inside post I think she's going to get out and go and her good racers good as anyone else. She's ten to one on the morning line one. I'd be most afraid of is number. Three art of almost Herat Field Emma Jayne Wilson Mason last time out. On the turf at Woodbine and She's run well on turf, or on the all weather axes been in the money, all four starts on the all weather at Woodbine, so I would expect art of almost to be the one who's closing most at super escape. I'm an both of them, but super escape at ten to one interesting. Nice price is price even better prices being at home The Keep in mind by the way the seven another time cross entered in the royal north, so we'll see where trainer Barbara minshull decides to run her daughter of money. She's cross entered in the very next race. That will talk about a minute or so here Like you I wanted to go a little bit of a different direction here I'm GonNa take the six painting for Josie Carroll. Who stretching out of for the first time old for races have been sprints. She's closed nicely. And all those Frenchies by distorted humor out of an AP in the mayor can't imagine a stretch out. It's GonNa hurt her 'cause probably bring her into the race a little earlier as well I I I thought she was a little interesting in he I. Don't know why she hasn't been lot that bugs me. All know why she hasn't been long yet in her career, but I will I'll try and get painting turns Josie. Carroll trains dollar store. Store, Jim, the six painting from me in the trillium race number nine grade to royal north six furlongs. On the turf, the outer EP Taylor Turf Course. Again. We'll see what another time does she to one in the trillium? She's five one of the morning line in this royal north we had a field of nine depending on graduates. And I leaned a number five sister peacock once again thought she might be the speed of the speed. She's got a win. Third Place Finisher tour credit in two tries on the turf at Woodbine.

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China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law to Crush Threats

WSJ What's News

05:44 min | Last month

China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law to Crush Threats

"Hong Kong is a global banking center home to several multinational companies. It seen by the business community as a gateway to China was so much at stake. We're taking a closer look at the impact of China's new security on the region Wall Street. Journal markets. Columnist Mike. Byrd is based in Hong Kong. He joins US NOW MIKE WELCOME! Thanks very much for having me. Mike you're on the ground in Hong. Kong you are very much in touch with the business community. Put this in perspective for us. Just how big of a deal is this? The first thing to say is that we don't have a lot of detail on what is going in this low. We know that it will have rules on secessionist Atta. Choose to subversion of the Chinese state and to some vague implications. Abou- coming under foreign influence, but we don't know the straight detail of it. The actual text of the law has yet to be published, so it's difficult for businesses to make a firm idea of of what this is going to mean for them for the moment. Moment is a lot of confusion, and it's also extremely sensitive topic, because not knowing what's in that bill means that you don't know what will be illegal to save from tomorrow. What you may encounter legal difficulties from saying a lot of international businesses staying relatively quiet about that even now organizations like the American Chamber of Commerce relatively quiet organizations that have to be fat up until now been fairly critical of the idea of the national security, though a now being very cautious about what they say. Mike as you know as we've reported a top executive from banking, giant HSBC signed a petition supporting the legislation, saying it supports any law to stabilize social order in Hong, Kong and economic prosperity and development to have that backing from HSBC. How significant is that? I think hate be. Situation has turned out to be as a bit of a microcosm for war. The problem is for businesses more broadly in Hong Kong, which is a SPEC- signed up to the idea. The national security though they had an executive sign up to that was referred to in Chinese media in state media as sort of too little too late that that support was slow that it wasn't absolute that it wasn't clear from the beginning now. Hong Kong HSBC was obviously criticize full completely the opposite for signing the bill astle is very difficult to find this sort of middle ground position that businesses like hate pc, especially those with sort of one foot in the West and one foot in China. They've done really well in the past couple of decades in Montaigne and jewel role. It's now increasingly difficult to. To do the HAGIA species come under fire from both sides for doing it. It's likely to continue doing so, and that's going to be the case for other large Hong Kong. Business as you go companies like Johnny Matheson, which are really West and run by of had a big influence in Asia for longtime. They're gonNA find it increasingly difficult to straddle both sides. I WANNA. Point out at the time HSBC said it supported laws that will enable Hongkong to rebuild its economy and maintain the principle of one country, two systems, any indication from any companies, especially those that are based in the West that they will curb their presence or scale back their presence or future business deals in Hong Kong. You've seen some smaller organizations to that. In the couple of research firms here, but people mostly stray away from saying for a couple of reasons, one thing is if you have to do business in mainland China saying that you leaving Hong. Kong because of a load of the government of mainland China wants to pass is a bad look. It's not GonNa win you any friends in the mainland. The second reason is purely cost related. It's expensive to move people and if If it becomes the case that it won't disrupt Your Business Operations you've moved people. You probably lost employees in the process. You probably lost deals in the process for no reason. as a reporter is sold. Is Covering London during twenty sixteen businesses talked a lot about leaving because of brexit talks about the risks. Relatively few of them did precisely because it's so expensive to do so disruptive if there are any circumstances in which you can stay, you probably will. And Mike as a journalist who lives in Hong Kong who is very familiar with the business community. What are the lingering questions you have? What are the unknowns that need to be answered to get scope about the significance and impact of this decision. I think the honest answer is that we won't know enough about the little to know how Lafayette businesses until it begins being enforced you have lose like this in mainland China and it's the selectiveness of their enforcement. That really matters whether it's used as the Hong Kong. Government is broadly suggesting the Hong Kong. Government. He's very keen to stress that this won't affect most people that it shouldn't affect national businesses. Many businesses may not in a cynical way mind this of law, if it really just applies to political dissidents, if it's just used to crackdown police political dissidents, and that will be the same as many businesses finding mainland China, many businesses find. Find even in places like Singapore they can live without sort of thing, but the strict text of the bill may prove to provide situations for the Hong Kong government to pursue international businesses if they wanted to. So I think we'll have to see where we are in a few months time once the lawyers and who's being caught up in it. Who's being warned about legally? WHO's actually going to call? He's being prosecuted for until that happens is going to be really difficult to say the soda scope of the Law until it actually begins to fullest. Mike Byrd joining us from Hong Kong great to have you on the podcast. Thanks very much.

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Minneapolis City Council members to vote to disband police dept.

Pacifica Evening News

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Minneapolis City Council members to vote to disband police dept.

"A veto proof majority of the mean Minneapolis city council says it supports the disbanding of the city's police department in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd nine of the council's twelve members appeared with activist at a rally in the city park yesterday afternoon council president Lisa Bender said she and the other council members are committed to ending policing as we know it do what's necessary to keep every single member of our community safe tell the truth the Minneapolis police are not doing that our city's relationship with the Minneapolis police department it is a policing as we know it community activists have criticized the Minneapolis department for years for what they say is a racist and brutal culture that resist change councilmember Jeremiah Allison son of Attorney General Keith Ellison said the council will launch a year long process of community engagement to figure out new ways to keep the community safe we did a study last year of nine one one calls and we realize that out that one of the top calls the police make our for our what we call emotionally disturbed persons or mental health calls do we need to use a for someone with the use of force background to answer that call do we need a gun present a call like that do we need a gun president Atta and a call for forged twenty dollar bill I think that I think that the engine that is now and we've got it but we've never as a country leaned into figuring out how do we address issues like this without force and and I think that my my colleagues and I are committed to figuring that out the state of Minnesota launched a civil rights investigation of that apartment last week and the first concrete changes came on Friday when the city agreed to ban chokeholds and neck restraints

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Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature

CRISPR Cuts

09:19 min | 3 months ago

Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature

"Highly one. Welcome to crisper cuts. I'm super excited about today's episode because today via celebrities on our show yesterday said I goodwin Elliott Kirschner their producers of the human nature. Movie for those of you. Who Don't know what this movie is about. It basically covers jody of crispell onto joining us today on. This show is given Holden head of science at San Diego. So this is GonNa be a great episode all adjoining Menu Today on the Chris Cast so as me as well food we get started. Can you just introduce yourself and give your background before you became producers of this movie? My name is Sara Goodwin producer at Pfizer. My background action is in Science. I teach the UCS and the I turned into a science communicator. Joining and leading an organization about project called I biology which has an initiative area cocoa butter collaborates at produced. This felt and so that's how I got. Involved Elliott leaks elected project to it which is great blog. Si- thank you. I'm Elliot Kirschner. So I came to this project after many years working in news and documentary film back shake round side poverty the scientists but I really sort of more general reporting but it was always interested in telling the stories of science while find ways those little bobble and interesting ways that could challenge conventional wisdom's sites. Could be and so. We were looking for a topic to really make a big film to just tell an important story in ways that we would be different end. Hopefully engage audiences in new ways. And so I've secret spurs such huge story touches almost every aspect of the biomedical sciences but also exchanging meaning Dmitri society all that so when we decided on this topic we really washed and built a team of filmmakers and scientists together to make a documentary. That sounds great. So basically you kind of briefly mentioned how the idea of doing a film on crisper about but still there seems to be a lot that needs to be figured out. Even you know what basic topic you're going far. So can you tell us a little bit about behind the scenes of how you decided you know right right makes off researchers and patients and how the story would flow and not just make it like a scientific presentation but more like a movie by itself that we knew going in we want it to be so and we know it to be a story that would appeal to a general audience so that was the directive from the very beginning. We didn't WANNA make quote unquote educational video. We also wanted to make something that felt cinematic. I mean there's a wonderful rich history. A science explainer television that kind of stuff that people any think tank stock entries the short length of one hour television affair with a heavy raider voice. That kind of thing as well. That wanted to do something that would play on a big screen. That would make the decision. We didn't want it narrator. We wanted to let the scientists speak for themselves. Who wanted to film this with a cinematic spoke? Mind musical score all that we WANNA make a film so that was sort of the original directive that we give to ourselves once we got there. The question was okay. What is a science film there if you go to sundance or we premiered at South by southwest or the major some festivals. It's not like there's a lot of science programming a lot of science documentary and so we sort of had a lot of leeway. What is modern science stone-built look like but that's when the decision making came in about what the style would be. But as for the substance we also knew we wanted to work with the very beginning to sort of develop a story line or story lines that were true to the Science. Not only the facts of the science but the ethos of science idea. What is scientific discovery? How how did serendipity and the search for knowledge or basic research play into the story and then what are. These are more broader societal issues so those are all pieces together but I think one of the key things early on we had a meeting at woods hole. Report the film team. And we brought in George Church George Staley Jennifer Dowd Or All your own rights leaders in this field and we just had the two days of brainstorming about what they thought the story was and where they thought the scientists building and that really sort of helped direct the editorial in obviously Sarah being trained scientists being on this very beginning really helped shape bet as iterative throughout the process and this this film many many different forms over the course of its production as we try to tease out what science metric would be. And I'd say one thing that was really. It's worked to us from the beginning to make sure we told the story of the discovery of crisper and turning crisper to technology which is a story. That's off the told when crisper is talked about because it's actually a fascinating basic science research story of we really wanted to show. Elliot said you know how the process of sites works. How knowledge is created. And so as a scientist you know is able to really go back to the literature. I read you know as much primary literature as I could around the crisper discovery. And he's together as best they could also used reviews that were out there. This summit really helped a lot but it really helped us kind of have a deep understanding of the steps that it took to really understand what crisper was and decide who we wanted to interview might actually ended up interviewing or people than even made it into the cell because they were hardest story. But you know at the end of the day we wanted to have a film that was around ninety minutes of you. Just can't include everything that you want to. And so that was interesting viewpoint. Make us a kind of behind the scenes. Look when we were editing as to what should be in on should be out especially for me coming more from the science side of things which dirt's look really vital to have Sarah's voice project I think that was one of the real unique elements that we we built into the production framework in that throughout the discussion of who'd interview with talk about what's the balanced bill. There was constant discussion between still making team and science group that were just challenging our own assumptions pushing in different ways and I think that dynamic process really led to its own that is it relates that scientists in a way that it's not just about what we say on exerts absolutely right. We tried to all the Discovery Story. But just the way the scientists are allowed to speak the decisions made about what to include what not to include. I mean this was really dictated throughout by I think very nuanced understanding of how science works and I think that that hopefully shines through that when scientists watch at the dotted understand world and. I think that that is is really important to try to convey in film the impression of Palestine Science work as well as the actual facts over trying to convey right. Yeah absolutely does shine through. I love the myself so they can thank you. I just wanted to ask you guys. So I'm sorry. You mentioned some of the people that you interviewed for the film curious. Do you have any particular anecdotes funny or like most surprising moments came out through so making process in the interviews. People talk about a great question. I mean I'd say the first thing that comes to mind is actually what a treat it was to be Cisco he goes. Who's early crisper researcher at the University Valid? Kante got to go to Spain and meet him and be in his lab and he showed us a lot of Israeli shells. Found THE REPEATS. A very special time to be serving. Someone who usually isn't spoken about when Christopher is talked about but in general like say what was a real treat for me as a scientist is a lot of the people he's interviewed. I L about their science at baby. Give a research talk. But I've never really got to hear them talk about kind of the more ethical. Societal implications of the crisper work and Atta did most interviewing I think did a wonderful job really probing people trying to get you know. They're on his thoughts on something as science discovery. That is really going to have an impact in so many different ways throughout the world to end the scientists were really wonderful in be sharing their thoughts with us. I think you know included a lot of that on. I think makes a lot richer because it shows how scientists are people to beat other families. They have a lot of thoughts about how science works and technology is used and it was really nice to be able to hear a lot of that and then of course you know getting these really wonderful. I mean so make it of course offered was a key researcher for comment DNA. Which is the topic we cut off. But you were going to go much forgotten. Just cut it Due to time and really trying to make the story as clear as possible but he's just just a wonderful person and getting to meet him was just a really special

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I Saw A Playhouse, My Daughter Saw A Jail

Modern Love

06:10 min | 5 months ago

I Saw A Playhouse, My Daughter Saw A Jail

"Year old grandson. Leo WRAPS HIS ARM. Around my neck as we leave the diner in Barre Vermont where his mother Anna a my wife or having breakfast because Leo will not stop throwing utensils across the table. I offer to take him to a nearby hardware store to explore environment where he cannot wreak as much. Havoc after protracted than chaotic. Adolescence are younger daughter. Anna has just begun her final year of college. This boy with flax blond hair light blue eyes as a gift to the family. She's been trying to flee for the last decade toy cars real trained mechanical objects of all size fascinate Leo. He and I spend time together exploring lumber yards railroad depots and any highway department of possesses road grader. An excavator or adopt truck as we enter the hardware store the middle aged woman. Working the cash register says Oh my Lord. Can I hold that baby? After Leo completes his first romantic conquests we move toward merchandise. He cannot destroy metal fastness plastic pipes and rope. But when I'm distracted for a moment he takes a large two sockets switch from a waist high. Been Hey buddy. I whisper returning to soccer to the shelf. Stuff is dangerous. I punt the plugs junction boxes and fluorescent lights sang this as he lays his head against my shoulder and smiles sweetly. I don't WanNa make my grandson fearful but I feel the need to protect them. When we reached the wood products island examined things more freely. I built your mommy a playhouse. One summer I say that summer in my attempt to turn our suburban quarter Acre Lot child's Paradise Island how to do post pour cement hang for joyce work with oil base paints and framework but during the months. I worked on it. Anna who was nearing ten began to turn her back on childhood. By the time I completed the playhouse at some his end she wouldn't have been caught dead a year earlier when gone to London for six months. Atta who didn't understand why she could not have as much freedom. As a sixteen year old sister had demanded the right to explore our neighborhood by herself and wondered too Hamster Heath a wilderness. It is almost the size of central park with the new am more liberated friends. She had made them when we return to upstate. New York Anna now. In fourth grade began producing prizewinning short stories and science projects. We felt lucky to have such an accomplished. If rather muteness daughter the first signs of genuine teenage rebellion appeared when she was eleven on a week. Long Raft trip in Idaho. Egged on by a sixteen year old girl from the suburbs of Los Angeles. Anna began shadowing the teenagers. Who Spends Evenings Smoking Exotic Han road cigarettes among the Ponderosa Pines at surrounded our campsites later that year my wife and I took a six month academic sabbatical and Berkeley California and pull down from school to do so. When we return the dynamic of her former friendships had changed and she found herself excluded whereupon she quickly fell in with a crowd of outcasts on the lookout for new recruits. Soon teenagers wearing PROLI- shadows spike dog collars and black leather could be found in our house all hours. Anna began ignoring curfews refusing to tell us where she was going and coming home. Strange cars I had spent. Years is the Whitewater Guide in the ADIRONDACKS. Axe and Anna had love being there with me even serving as my assistant several times. Thinking return to that life might be the cure for rebelliousness. I took her to the adirondacks for a rafting trip but every time I gave her instructions and interaction that in the past has demonstrated. Closeness are now got a sullen stare. The kind that said that I did not understand or respect. How does this happen? How does a child who spends her early life glued to your hip suddenly turned into a person? Who seems convinced that you put on earth simply to frustrate her and visions and dreams? Of course I understood of feelings my own father and I had a distant relationship in which much of what I received from them was whether in criticism unable to appreciate my father's frustrations and limitations which included periodic unemployment debilitating illness. I had spent my own teenage years retreating from his disatisfaction and rage. But I was going to be a different Canada for the one who would use reason not rage even so I didn't fully see that my hope would not automatically become her hopes. I didn't understand how few Thailand naive was my goal of trouble-free adolescence for my younger daughter

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Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR Unboxings and Impressions

Mac Power Users

03:24 min | 8 months ago

Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR Unboxings and Impressions

"To the show thomas grove carter hey guys now thomas is a as an editor we we we we interviewed doug brooks product manager for the the mac pro back w WDC thomas is one of the lucky few thomas is very well known editor he's worked on some some big projects ed sheeran lego movie the music video game of thrones apple privacy commercials privacy commercials thomas did those based out of london and more importantly apple has entrusted entrusted you with one of these fancy new mac pros for two or three weeks now before launching a we're able to bring to the audience and one who's actually been using the computer hey thanks for having me on guys thomas you've done some other stuff with apple in the past you did the review of the original touch bar macbook pro i mean you're just a power user i i mean video editors are legendary for the amount of ram and storage and data that they can burn through on their project so i know that you've been using apple for a long time but just tell us a little bit about how your story got started with apple yes oh i thought DC max when i was at university i got one of the how was it unique long about how the white i'm steve new my better told me this atta why mac with maybe a small screen and no the site camera that was my first that was my first mike okay so mid-2000s some that yeah that that's where i am yeah and and then yeah and then i ended up with the white mac book as well and then graduated to a aluminum i mac with the black back and then where am i now now and then since then i've been using laptops when i started as a professional editor the company has a work have often had desktops to my personal custom computers will become laptops because i ks needs to be on sat or editing from home and different things like that i was thinking about that original white i met when you said it that's that's the one with the clear keyboard right i think so the the keyboard had a clear case it was a great idea like beautiful in the apple store but as soon as you brought it home and like hair and crumbs and things started falling off to two years finally of colleges definitely murky in that yeah sorry yeah food food late night crispy doing stuff right now but yeah so when i i i i was using final cut pro so the classic version of a back then which was probably gonna cut pro four point five or whatever they ties with HD yeah yeah and that's what i used for myself high meditating and stuff like that and then when i finally got a job became a runner or became an assistant in posthouse working i'm doing all the technical stuff and i was learning i actually started the forgotten about this my life actually so long now but i was i was in an old apple final cut posthouse back in when i moved to london it must have been two thousand hates i guess maybe even longer than that and it was a place called unit and it was all final cut pro at a san and yes so i started work there assisting with all this these sort of high end fondaco workplace for TV in an and commercial work

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Strong Women and the Power Struggle with Your Mate with Arielle Ford

The Chalene Show

09:49 min | 10 months ago

Strong Women and the Power Struggle with Your Mate with Arielle Ford

"Let's talk about the type of partner that were attracted to if we are a powerful person you know I don't know that there's a short answer to that here's what I do know is that whether you just become successful in business or you've been successful for a long time the power that women exude was there anyway and lots and lots of men are attracted to powerful women justice like we're attracted to certain kinds of guys that may be confident or something like that where the problems have arisen that I've seen in my life and those around me is when a couple decides to go into business together especially if it's the woman's business that he's coming into that creates a power struggle so suddenly you went from being let's say a equals in a marriage partnership to she's the boss you know she's the one who is now having to say give Tass to her partner germ which could be demoralizing the guy who's used to running things his way so I usually recommend that you know if your relationships going well don't do that as your both really conscious enough and willing to work through the issues that will arise I'll tell you what happened in my life as it totally took me by surprise I was the first time right at the age of forty three and then I decided to use every prayer processing ritual I've ever done to build my business to manifest a soulmate and did it brilliantly and I- manifested this amazing exceeded all my expectations we got married and then we decided to start a business together now I went into this marriage not knowing that I had zero partnership skills and be the thing that I was really the best at was being the us being the boss with an Alpha masculine male isn't that a good place to be if you WANNA have a good sex life yeah doesn't work so we ended up having to do a ton of work around masculine and Feminine Energy and learning how to work together because we were both very a successful business people with two very different business styles so I'm a get it done kind of person you know something comes on my desk and it's Atta there in thirty seconds right is a slower much more thoughtful wants to review everything three times kind of person which draw me Rainsy You know so we had lots and lots of issues to work out and eventually for lots of different reasons we closed the business in I just said odor ever again you know we just put too much stress and strain are romantic relationship now I know you and your husband very successfully worked together so I'm curious what are the things that you do that make so well well didn't work well at first much like you've described it was that was a language I was even using my business I need your help today can you help me do this for my business and languages of I piece and then you know he is the quarterback I mean he was like a collegiate quarterback he played professional quarterback that's the guy who's in charge that's the guy who leads the team who takes the fall who glorified in the win got to tell you my husband was captain of his College Basketball Team Championship. and then he was pro so I understand yeah and so it wasn't like I was attracted to someone who was necessarily a milk toast kind of person He's definitely a leader very charismatic I think part of our relationship together it was like it was the first time he was dating someone who was like his equal and it was the first time I felt like I was dating someone who is my equal but I was more powerful when it came to business he had no experience area the type of business with started together and I needed his help and just need like I need a warm body I needed his skill set if we were the next level I mean the things that he's great at I'm horrible at in order for that to work we went through some really horrible nearly marriage ending James nearly hit rock bottom and then it was a matter of going to therapy and realizing like oh so there's a way I am in business and then there's a way need to be with my husband and each of us had to recognize each other's strengths and powers and I stay in and I know this may sound controversial but I stay in my feminine role and maybe it's not feminine or masculine but I stay in that role where you're the man you're the person who's taking era of me and maybe he'll listen to this maybe he won't but I'm really thinking about his ego like all the time in how I respond to his feedback is ideal as his suggestions away that I constantly look for ways to acknowledge all the things he's doing which are so different from the things that I'm doing and it wasn't doing that at first at first I would just be like here do this and it was all the things that I knew how to do but we're within his strength or his interests yeah no lead is being in your feminine energy because in a relationship you want polarity you want the male and the female and as the relationship grows and matures that it becomes a dance where you switch on and off and go back and forth but when women are working we need to be in our masculine energy that it's bonding in your masculine energy and gets done energy yeah the make stuff happen energy it's really fine but then at the end of the day we need to transition and step into the role of our Feminine Energy and for me that became a process I actually created a routine that I did for many years where I would come home from work and I would either take an aromatherapy bubble bath and put on freshmen makeup and change my clothes to go out to dinner or I would come home and do some belly dancing would consciously shipped not up or down just ladder early shift into my Feminine Energy and then he had to learn that he needed to honor that energy so he couldn't be talking business to me late at night 'cause I remember saying to him Oh it's eight o'clock at night and we have to be talking about this contract and in a why not it's fun it's like yeah it's fine in the middle of the day when I'm working I just went through a ninety minute process right you just transformed become your girlfriend in your way you know and it was a dance we needed to learn and the thing that I learned the most and I learned this from John Gray who wrote men are from Mars women are from the yes sure as you know men's brains are wired differently from ours you know you and I we could have a conversation where we are the same mm time talking about the friends we have in common what the latest episode of Grey's Anatomy was like where did you get those shoes and you know who he voting for net exchange we could manage all four multiple conversations yeah got guys brains can handle anything but one topic at a time so if you want the ask them a question don't ask them a multilevel question you ask him where is such and such blank and then you shut up and you let them answer so we have to understand that there are real differences between men and women and communicating with men and women but I think the most important thing and I learned from John Gray is that all men need to be told multiple times a day how brilliant they are and just no matter what it is they say you don't want to lie to them but if they say oh I just made us reservations data on my God that's perfect brilliant I've been wanting to go there you know they need to be acknowledged on a regular basis is it fading their ego chess don't we both need that and you know we're talking a little bit about heterosexual couples but this power struggle exists in same-sex marriages and all relationships I would assume yes yes and yes we want to be acknowledged as well but what I've learned is it's not something you necessarily have to ask for Dr John John and who's the world's leading expert right on marriages read many of his books are great L. Hayes brilliant his the secret to a happy marriage is giving your partner five acknowledgments today why is this important because it means that in order to give them five acknowledgments every day you attention to them on the look for what's right instead of looking for what's wrong what would constitute an acknowledgment okay so let's say so you've got a son a nine year old son who has trouble with math in school and you see your husband's sitting at the kitchen table helping with homework later on that night all you have to do is give them a hug and say you know you're the greatest dad I saw you helping little johnny with his homework I'm just so proud to be your wife

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Two Oregon Ghost Towns

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:40 min | 10 months ago

Two Oregon Ghost Towns

"I'm your host can come today. We traveled north to Baker County Oregon however a slump in the market nineteen twenty eight closed the mine and caused the railroad to polar lines back to rob a net thus adding another ghost town to Baker county history. Most of the town is still standing although many of the buildings may not make it through another winter from homestead take eighty six three Copperfield continue past halfway to the Cornucopia highway into the town of Cornucopia not far from the Idaho border and fifteen miles north of Halfway Oregon is the old ghost mining town of Cornucopia to reach Cornucopia just travel on the Cornucopia highway from halfway located Baker County Cornucopia is located at an elevation of forty seven hundred feet and the wallow MMA national forest Cornucopia as actually two towns created by two different mining operations gold was first discovered in Cornucopia in eighteen eighty four by Lon Simmons I would say that some of the or was so rich the large nuggets would fall right out of the rocks but there were plenty of high graders high graders were men who worked for the mining companies just so happen to have gold fall into their shirts boots migrating was common more than Sixteen Mile Mine this riddle the area and produced three hundred thousand ounces of gold like many minds during World War Two cornucopia was closed down because it was I'm non essential mining in the fight against Japan and Germany weren't copious in Latin means Horn of plenty but miners named the town after Cornucopia Nevada Atta today there's some new dwellings among bill ghost towns but it has plenty of older buildings from a bygone era all tailing piles plaster on operations are heaped along creek banks there's old rusting machinery and plenty of buildings still standing structures take a toll each winter snow has been on to get up to fifteen feet several big gold booms happened between eighteen eighty four eight hundred eighty six were affected by avalanches cues challenges of Snow Cornucopia mind supported a store two saloons two restaurants the largest buildings still standing is the old three story Baucau us as far as mining towns go cornucopia was rather orderly there were very few murders over the years more than thirty miles of tunnels are scattered over the adjoining mountains and the Cornucopia area over six thousand feet of shafts the large reminds the union companion mine the last chance is mind queen of the West Mine in the Red Jack of mine the last chance mine was a pocket gold mine the union companion was a very good producer said to have been on the vein itself in the old days horses were used to move the order but then the railroad found his way to the town and the invention of pneumatic drills help minors increase production in one thousand nine hundred twenty two the Cornucopia minds received `electricity in a twenty stamp mill was into operation it said that the twenty stamp mill could crush sixty tons of or per day at its peak in the early nineteen hundreds the corner a mining companies employed over seven hundred men and was a six largest mining operation in the United States in all it's estimated that over one team million and goals taken when gold prices were a mere twenty dollars an ounce it's estimated that eighty percent of the gold or body still remain in the mountains all those towns stories and with a cautionary tale remember that all minds are dangerous and many are still privately owned respect private property the same goes for ghost towns the entire town of Cornucopia is owned by one man he leads tours and advice jurisdiction explore before you enter a mind be sure to be dressed properly where boots not tennis shoes carry a flashlight some water and finally be sure to let someone know when in

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How iOS 13 Is Affecting App Developers

Under the Radar

10:46 min | 11 months ago

How iOS 13 Is Affecting App Developers

"It seems like we are now finally at the end of the summer. We are at the end of the summer. We've <hes> officially kind of hit. That point kids sadly sort of summer is over over now. Now we're heading into the fall and that's the addition to how that have the more personal sides of that. We're now also into the feels like sort of like. This is one of the crunch times of the year. This is the period of time where <hes> at least i know for myself i find. I have a lot more time to sort of focused work time. I'm just in terms of a lot of the things that are just ongoing in the summer have kind of settled down. The kids are in school. Everything's just kind of into its own routines. I tend to get a lot of work done and this is the time of year we're about about to get a whole lot of new apple stuff probably over the next month or so so as a recording now <hes> a little under a week away from the the first most of the first announced event that apple's going to have this year which it's widely expected than which they will be announcing the new iphone probably a new apple watch as well <hes> though we don't know for sure and almost certainly <hes> giving some indication as to when i was thirteen and watch west six t._v. o._s. In albany new updates they're gonna launch launch probably not the max stuff probably catalyst it traditionally that has come more in october in the last few years <hes> but that is likely where we are and it seemed like a good time to both look back and how the summer wind how i was thirteen has treated us <hes> as well as some talk through a little bit of the last minute rumors and things about how we're are kind of preparing for the event in the next month or so yeah. I mean if you would've asked me well. We probably did a show. We you didn't like you know what i planned to do this summer <hes> what actually happened. The summer was very very different. I would never have guessed that i would end up. Spending some are the way i did ed and what i basically done machine. I shouldn't meetings where listeners. I've talked about it. Before <hes> is i really deferred. Almost all iowa's thirteen work. I've been using iowa's thirteen on my primary phone all summer and i know how overcast when built for twelve runs on ia thirteen because that's that's what i'm using most of the time and it's fine there were there's a few tiny bugs that that i am trying to fix but they're really inconsequential and for the most part it's fine so i don't need to update it asap. The only reason i would i would need to be like for the idea of getting my features got there on day one but one thing i really don't like doing is supporting multiple major version of the o._s. At the same time what i've done since it's the very beginning of overcast and i think i did it for most of into paper to is. I always support the latest version and when new o._s. Comes out in the fall. I start requiring airing it almost immediately and the overs might continue to work on on the old phones but like whatever i'm building the newest update always like i o. S. thirteen only like whatever the newest version roya that version only and allows me to greatly reduce the the bug surface area the the maintenance and testing service area that i have to do and i've recommended recommended before ever committed to our audience that you do that that you that you require the new o._s. As soon as possible this summer for a variety of reasons i i've come to a different conclusion. You know certainly over the last couple of years. The rate of new adoption seems to have slowed down that it that it takes longer for you know whatever percentage you wanna say say. It's like you know eighty percent or ninety percent like it takes longer to reach that in recent years then then it has it did earlier on and for them. That's for a variety of reasons that that are beyond scope of the show but so if i limit myself to only iowa thirteen for the latest version i it's it's more and more limiting these days than it used to be and you know in a few months time that won't matter so much you know in a few months time there will be much more adoption of iowa thirteen but assuming it's going to be released probably next week that that that's going to be. It's like they're. They're going to be a lot of people running next week to the point where i could safely require it and so i have actually deferred most of miami thirteen work in part because i'm not really. I'm choosing not to follow that deadline this year. I'm choosing not to be there on day. One and that's also in part because most of the new features in iowa's thirteen are not things that are that important to my app. The the most important feature is dark mode but i've had atta dark mode four years and i don't think i could just follow the system said and i think i'm gonna have to have a second setting that says like follow all the systems setting or said it differently because i think that's the kind of user base i have that they want to build a customized stuff like that. I know that about my about my customers and so dark mode. I feel like i don't really need need to do because it's already super easy to switch overcast dark mode and to use a little too finger gesture which back and forth if you if you really want to push back and forth but i think most people just said it the way they want it and leave it that way forever. I don't think people are switching that often Mode isn't that important to me but it's also a lot of work to adopt a system dark mode because once on-site built for thirteen as you know once once i built thirteen s._d._k. And ship that as as like the shipping version then i have to deal with the system too dark mode and i have to deal with like like what it does to the stock you why controls and everything and be able to put an overrides and all sorts is all sorts of stuff like that so basically a lot of work for something that i i don't think is that urgent from my app and so what was urgent for my app i what started out as like i was having a lot of crashes and bugs and server load issues earlier this year and earlier in the summer and so i wanted i i knew that island thirteen because it was going to have slow adoption the it was important to me to make sure that the last twelve version that was going to be compatible with i was twelve was really staple for people because i knew people might be using it for a while while so i started out earlier in the summer doing a really big like general bug fix for i._o._s. Twelve i really wanted to make sure the iowa's twelve version was solid that really bring down the crash rate because it was getting a little uncomfortable to bring down the crash rate and make sure everything was working at and and redo the system so that it was much easier on the servers so that i can support these users for a very long time because i._o._s. Thirteen also cuts off some old devices which twelve didn't and so i knew like there's going to be people who hold onto iowa iowa who hold onto them iowa's twelve version for awhile so i wanna make sure it was as good as it could be and then basically what happened was i kept doing that and i kept making it more and more solid and meanwhile i've been maintaining my o._s. Thirteen branch off to the side and every time. I'm like waiting for a test flight review for my i was twelve branch. I take that time to merge in those changes into the is thirteen branch and make any thirteen requests or making me thirteen adjustments needed you know adopt some of the thirteen a._p._i.'s when i can but i've been mostly working on the twelve branch all this time because not only has thirteen felt like it wasn't that urgent of thing and not only am i am. I afraid of slow adoption at first so i don't really want to require it really soon but also all the i._r._s. Thirteen stuff has just felt like building on quicksand. You know it's i've been as we've mentioned it. It's been a pretty rough beta season for stability quality change. I guess like yeah like changing stuff under you and a lot of the new stuff that i thought i was going to quickly like swift u._i. Making a home you watch out like super yang and i'd rather wait a little bit. Maybe like maybe maybe a year. I'd rather wait until it's like more stable because where it is now takes a lot of effort and a lot of upkeep and maintenance because you have to keep keeping up with all the changes as it matures as it changes just like swift was when it was in its first year and so i could choose to either build all basically into building on quicksand all summer and deal with all the churn of that and all the overhead of that and the frustration or i could focus on the core app and deferral out of that work until later and because most of that work is not that urgent i chose that i chose to defer it so i have a really <unk> solid iowa's twelve app going into launch was thirteen and i have a you know very half done iowa thirteen branch that i'm i'm hoping to start working on on with the final s._d._k. Not running betas just a regular running the regular x code and it is very weird thing for me. I've never i've i've never done this before in any summer <hes> but i think this was the right move for me. This and it doesn't apply to every app either but i think i think for me. I think this was the right move and i'm i'm basically going to adopt iowa's thirteen slowly over the next few months and i think i mean i ended up doing a very similar thing. I think this switch for me was the the the realization that in some way often there's a sense of urgency about adopting the newer wests over the summer and he's that's an sense of urgency that i put on myself before i get this feeling that i need to adopt this by a particular date because it's like it's important to be there on day. One and that's the that's the feeling of urgency urgency that i put on myself what was interesting. This summer is but i had had almost inverse sense of urgency was that i need to make the iowa's twelve twelve version of my app very good by the end of the summer and that is in some ways more urgent than iowa's thirteen's adoption adoption because i'm hoping i think i'm going to be more aggressive with my adoption. Probably this year i haven't years past that i will probably at some point point in the next few months moved to an s. thirteen only <hes> requirement for many of my apps because i think like you were saying it is overall a good thing i think in years past i've been to i've been to supported too far back and i think that creates more work and more just challenged from for me than i need and so i look forward to doing that but if i go down that road then i mean this place where the actual urgency the actual like deadline that i'm stuck doc on is that the i._r._s. twelve version will has to be as good as i can make it and then like that version will be sort of frozen in time for many of my users forever so i need to make sure that version is the perfect one whereas the i._r._s. thirteen

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Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?

BrainStuff

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty host mark murphy celebrity chef and run tour with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes a three sixty. Look at the world food food history science and culture tuned into food three sixty with new episodes every friday could listen and subscribe on apple podcasts iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts look to brain stuff production of iheartradio brain stuff lauren boban here. If you're an american you've ever ever had a conversation with someone from another country about the weather. You've probably been a little confused when he or she said the afternoon. Temperature is a nice twenty one degrees to to you that might sound like a chilly winter day but to them. It's a pleasantly warm springtime temperature. That's because virtually every other country throughout the world uses the celsius temperature scale part of the metric system which denotes the temperature at which water freezes as zero degrees and the temperature at which boils as one hundred degrees but the u._s. u._s. And a few other holdouts the cayman islands the bahamas believes in palo clinging to the fahrenheit scale in which water freezes at thirty two degrees and boils at two hundred and twelve twelve that means that the twenty one degrees celsius temperature that we previously mentioned is the equivalent of a balmy seventy degrees fahrenheit in the united states. The persistence of fahrenheit is one of those puzzling american idiosyncrasies like how the u._s. uses the word soccer to describe what the rest of the planet calls football so why is it that the u._s. Us uses a different temperature scale and why doesn't it switch to be consistent with the rest of the world. There doesn't seem to be a logical answer except perhaps inertia americans generally. I don't really seem to distrust the metric system. A twenty fifteen poll found that just twenty one percent of the public favoured converting to metric measures while sixty four percent were opposed it might make more sense of fahrenheit was old school in celsius with some modern upstart a sort of the new coq of temperature but in reality they were created only about two decades apart part fahrenheit was created by its namesake. A german scientist named daniel gabriel fahrenheit who in the early seventeen hundreds was the first known person design alcohol and mercury thermometers that we're both precise and consistent so that any of his instruments would register the same temperature reading in a given place at a given moment thanks to his working skill in managing glass when fahrenheit started out the key thing he was interested in was coming up with the same temperature reading all the time not comparing temperatures of different things or different times of day but when he presented a paper on his system for measuring temperature to the royal society of london in seventeen twenty four he apparently realized that he had come up with the standard temperature scale as well. We spoke with don hilfiger a research meteorologist to colorado state university's cooperative institute for research in the atmosphere and and also president of the u._s. Metric association a group that advocates conversion to the metric system he explained basically the fahrenheit scale was devised a zero as the coldest oldest temperature for a mix of ice and salt water and the upper end was thought to be body temperature approximately ninety six degrees fahrenheit making a scale that could be progressively divided by two do this resulted in the freezing melting temperature being thirty two degrees fahrenheit not very useful number. The boiling temperature for water was then set at two twelve again not not a very useful number the temperature's one hundred and eighty degrees apart again a multiple of two nevertheless the system apparently sounded pretty good to officials officials of the british empire who adopted fahrenheit as their standard temperature scale which is how eventually became established in the american colonies. Well meanwhile though in seventeen forty forty two a swedish astronomer named anders celsius came up with a less unwieldy system based on multiples of ten in which there was precisely a one hundred degree difference between the freezing and boiling temperatures of water at sea level the neat one hundred degrees symmetry of the celsius scale made it a natural fit for the metric system which was formerly developed by the french in the late seventeen eighteen hundreds but the english speaking world nevertheless clung stubbornly to its preference for awkward units such as the pound in the inch and fahrenheit went along for the ride but finally in nineteen sixty one the u._k. Met office then called the u._k. Meteorological office switched teasing celsius to describe temperatures in weather forecasts in order to be consistent with other european countries. Most of the rest of the world soon followed suit with the notable exception of the u._s. Or the national weather service still publishes temperature data atta in fahrenheit. Even though its own staff long ago switched celsius hilter explained the n._w._s. Catering to the public by reporting in degrees fahrenheit whereas whereas much of their operations such as forecast models used degrees celsius and automated weather observations the temperatures recorded in celsius as well should we choose to metric chicken weather reports the fahrenheit layer. That's now added for the u._s. Public could be removed. We also spoke via email with jay hendrix who heads the u._s. National institute standards and technologies thermodynamic meteorology group he points out that the fahrenheit scale does have one significant advantage quote. It has more degrees over the range range of ambient temperatures that are typical for most people. This means that there's a finer grain temperature difference between seventy degrees fahrenheit and seventy one degrees fahrenheit then there is between twenty one degrees celsius twenty two degrees celsius since a human can tell the difference of one degree fahrenheit. This scale is more precise for the human experience on the other hand though the advantage goes away. If a fractional temperature in celsius used hendrix explained for example the equivalent celsius temperature for seventy and seventy ninety one fahrenheit are equivalent to twenty one point one and twenty one point seven degrees celsius. Today's episode was written by patrick j tiger and produced by tyler clang brainstorms production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other topics that humans are sensitive to visit our home planet. 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Using seabirds to track ocean health

Science Magazine Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Using seabirds to track ocean health

"We have and Roquetas Velarde as she's here to talk about using birds to you understand the Ocean Heinrich Atta Hello Sarah. How are you good? Thank you so much for joining us. What kinds of birds are useful for tracking what's going on in the ocean so I mainly working with turns and goals the but we can use Albatross is's bubis any kind of seabird will be giving you some type of information depending on how they use the environment so they could be telling you things about their prey species so if they you know certain kinds of fish? What else can they tell you about the ocean and the ecosystem they can tell you about whether their prey is very abundant or low usually low ocean temperatures will be the base of more productivity activity and so when the water temperature increases then the productivity goes down so they will tell you about that they can also tell you about pollution either from chemicals or from <unk> plastics like particles that they accumulate in their stomachs? Why is it easier say if you're looking at service temperatures and ocean productivity what why would it be easier to look at the birds rather than say the fish or plankton plight dinner something like that will for example of you want to know something about the fish? Usually you have to go with very expensive oceanographic research trips and if you're looking at the birds and you were at the nesting colony Lonie for example you can count the number of birds that are nesting or the number of nests that are established and then you can also weigh the birds or you can see the clutch size which means maybe they will lay one egg instead stood up two or three which is also indicative of lower food availability lewer ocean productivity these are much more accessible markers of all of these things rather than going to the ocean and trying to find the fish or measuring a lot love a large swath of ocean temperature exactly and if you have a large population nesting in a single island they will be your samplers and they will go out in every direction and they will bring back to the nesting area the information regarding whether there's a lot of food and what type of food varies right. There's also this important link between seabirds and fish stocks. We're talking commercial fishing here. Can you describe some of the past observations survey ships of this connection. My own experience for example is that when I started measuring or looking at the Diet of the birds that I work with they were feeding mainly on Pacific Sardine starting up saga about ninety percent of their diet was Pacific Sardine and a fleet the local sardine fishing fleet was taking a lot of sardines later on the birds started showing less and less sardine in their diet so about in nineteen eighty nine I. I started seeing almost no sardines in their diet and I went to the fishing fleet industry and I told him well you know the Sardinas almost gone and they were surprised because they were fishing a lot of sardine. They we're still being able to get a lot of sardines. The Sardine population collapsed in a couple of years so they're actually not only indicating how much there is but they can be predictors of what is going to happen in the following fishing thinks seasons because they are feeding on the small sardines which are not being fished yet by the fleet in these small sardines will eventually grow up in one or two years. These sardines are also known as Forage Fish. They're they are really a key species. What happens when they're over-fish? Twenty decline will the overfishing of all the forage fish is very important something that is happening worldwide one thing that is very important in about these fishes that they are key species. If we have a the upwelling ecosystems in the ocean that's when cold water comes up bringing with it nutrients and food for other birds and fish yes exactly that's what Edward Enhances the production of phytoplankton and so apply often. There's a lot of species many many species of Blackston those many many species of plankton get eaten by only a few species of forage rich fish like sardines anchovies carrying sent so forth these few species of fish are then used by seabirds other larger fish marine mammals of many many species even giant squid many species. He's so it's their job to turn plankton into meet exactly and that's why it's called the wasp waist ecosystem it goes through this very narrow tunnel and if that tunnel is disrupted then you're going to have a lot of Hungary a big species not able to deal with plankton is those fish are taken by fisheries and they're not taking sustainably then that will disrupt the foot web very drastically so birds are here not only not only is that food web important to them but there also these indicators of when this is happening yes so they're telling us that the plankton is not available through for example Tsk Sardine or northern anchalee or other species has following these birds on their colonies. How does that line up with other evidence like what satellites can tell us? Actually we're trying to do that right now. Many other scientists costs are doing that trying to relate for example the number of birds that are nesting or the breeding success to images that indicate sea surface temperature or chlorophyll concentration. It's turning out to be very interesting thing because it confirms that the CIBA's are actually telling us very interesting information even without having satellites for example if we didn't have satellites we could learn about the state of the ocean just by looking at what the seaward are are doing we have started deploying small tiny radio's on seabirds and that is also very interesting because that will tell us where they're feeding what routes migratory routes. They're following before getting to the breeding colony. What does it mean if their migration routes change or the breeding colony changes position or something like that well the breeding colonies have been changing positions recently in many species and that is a reflection of what's going on in the? The Ocean for example the sears that I work with the elegant turns through the years their nesting area has been shifting north they first established a little colony near San Diego then that colony grew and then they went all the way a close to L. A.. It's about a hundred kilometers in miles. It's about five hundred miles more or less so they're moving north and that has coincided with an increase in the ocean temperatures and increase in the ocean ocean temperatures anomalies in the Gulf of California and that is a reflection of they're not finding enough food where they used to nest in his Larisa where I work. How long have you been studying? These turns forty two years. We need to keep studying these patterns because our life is too short and if several generations of humans follow the studies then we'll be able to find something even more interesting than what we're finding doc. No all right thank you so much will thank you for inviting me for this interview and I hope many people read it here because I think it's good for the public to learn about all these issues and rick head of alarm. Day is a researcher Pitcher at the Institute of Marine Sciences and Fisheries at the University of Veracruz in

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Bones discovered in an island cave may be an early human species

Science Magazine Podcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

Bones discovered in an island cave may be an early human species

"Up, we have Lizzy Wade. She's back on the show this week to talk about a previously undescribed type of ancient hominids hominids or things like Denisovans, the Android halls, homo Florencia census. These are close cousins of modern humans that have not survived into modern times, except as bones and small bits of DNA integrated into our genomes highly has there. So I'm really excited about more hominids this find is actually based on bones from the Philippines. What exactly was found? And where were they found? They have been excavating in a cave on the island of loosen in the Philippines for a long time. And Luzon is the biggest island in the Philippines, Manila is the caves called KO k-, and they've found quite a few Fussell's from what looks like a very unique kind of human this. Paper is based on some teeth some finger bones and some toe bones mostly they also have one can broken leg bone from. They can tell that it would kinda growing juvenile. So kind of Atta lessened during the years when you grow to your dole size, the bone isn't complete. So they can't tell how how tall this species was right? And that's a really good segue into what can we tell about them from teeth hands feet and part of a leg Mon on the one hand not as much as antecedent lichen on the other hand kind of a lot. First of all the bones were found in layers that have been dated to sixty seven thousand years ago and fifty thousand years ago, so this may or may not overlap with homo sapiens on that island. They don't have any evidence of homeless cave. But this is around win poem Assyrians were were around southeast at this point. So I teased they have like the upper right jaw of one individual, which is pretty cool. So you can see the ratio between different kinds of teeth. You have molars than the somewhat smaller teeth in right before your molars are called pre molars. And so in this species or population, the pre molars are kind of the same sizes, homo sapiens, pre molars, but the molars are like really really small like they're smaller than home Aflou instances, even which is a really small human. That's sort of the that's why they call it the hobbit. It was like three tilts. These molars particularly are even smaller than the hearts molars. And that's like suggestive that this person. Also may have been quite small, although they can't say for sure. Yeah. I was gonna say the teeth may not be the best marker of general size. Right. Yes. So I mean, it would be much better to have like a full leg bone or a full arm-bone that would they a lot more, but he's do generally correlate to body size but suggestive, but not conclusive as usual. Okay. And Hans hands and feet that might tell you something about what they did. Or what they were good at or those kinds of things. Yes. So that handed feet or also really interesting. So they particularly have fingers and toes like pieces of them. The fingers toes were both quite long and curved. That's something that's quite unusual in the homo genus. It's very similar shoe to us show kiss, which is Lucy who's from Ethiopia three miners, or whatever this is sort of been interpreted as kind of a mid point between chimpanzee feet and hands and human feet and hands on. Unexpected to see so much very very unexpected to see fifty thousand years ago like a lot of this past. So that you know, it whereas a lot of questions about who. They're drek ancestors may have been obviously curve toes and fingers are usually interpreted to be really good for climbing trees. So there doesn't seem to be a lot of freshmen that homo loosen. Insys was by people in some way. But it may have also been very good at climbing trees still or whether that that trait survived or about the gun on this island. There's another really weird thing about one of its toes the third toe where it connects to the foot on all other homo species that part is really strong in. It's quite flat. And it's like what gives you a lot of propulsion when you're walking upright. Everyone has this all the homeless habit, and this when doesn't it's really really different. And nobody knows what that might mean. Nobody knows what it might do. Nobody knows why. But. It's very unusual. That's really interesting. So as you mentioned, this is about these are about fifty thousand is sixty seven thousand years ago, homo sapiens, might have been around and homo Florencia ances- which was founded Indonesia, they were also around at the same time. So how do we know that it's not one of those? How do we know this is a different species? Yes. So the fingers toes look somewhat similar to for instance. They also have kind of these curved fingers toes teeth, really look different. So it doesn't seem to be from Francis. And another possibility if you're finding a known human species in southeast Asia would be Denisa vans for whom we have very few fossils as yell, but we do have teeth for the Denise, Vince. And they have really gigantic. Teas though, this seems and this has really small T. So that seems to be pretty obvious that they're not related, and it's very sad that there is no ancient. Dna in this paper. Does that is there likely to be any ancient DNA from phones from his teeth? They tried to extract intraday, and they couldn't they didn't find any this deposit in the cave. I mean, it's in tropicals of these agents are hot, humid, the particular pen of layers in which these bones were in the dirt was like, really wet. And so like this is really terrible situation for DNA preservation. Yeah. So it's possible. They'll find other fossils in this caver elsewhere that will be slightly better conditions or as possible. You know, our introduced techniques will get a lot better, which they are. They are getting better. You know, I wouldn't rule out ever having into DNA from this disease. But it wasn't particularly surprising that they don't have it. Now, how does this fine fit into this trend of finding more kinds of humans than we knew what we're around before? And how does this fit in with the overall understanding of human migration yet that's sort of? Million dollar question. Of course. But you know, one thing that definitely shows is that the human story. This story of our ancestors is so much more complicated than we ever thought even ten or fifteen years ago like the amount of discoveries in the last literally ten years about. Yeah. All the species of ancient humans that we're all kinda living at the same time in the place seen is like truly wild was. So an expected and it just keeps happening over and over again. This will definitely not be the last new human answer tickets discovered or meter news human species, it also shows that something very interesting going on in southeast Asia, which coma flurries census, also obviously suggested and that's not entirely surprising because there are thousands of islands in this region and win animals of all kinds get isolated on islands some very strange things. Start to happen to them. They can get really big they can get really small. That's what seems to have happened with whom Afri census and possibly with homo, loosen. Insys too. Clearly, something is happening on the islands of southeast Asia for interns human of Lucien, and it looks like we're just scratching the surface of all of that.

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Osama Bin Laden, Homs And State Department discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Osama Bin Laden, Homs And State Department discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We went ahead overseas. Now to the intensifying manhunt for the son of Osama bin Laden, the State Department issued a one million dollar reward for information leading to his capture ABC foreign correspondent, Jennifer Eccleston reports from London tonight the hunt for hums bin Laden, the son of Osama bin Laden intensifies amid fears the new face of Al Qaeda is a rapidly growing threat. The State Department offering a one million dollar reward for help tracking him down. And now Saudi Arabia announcing Homs the citizenship revoked. Leaving the young bin Laden without a home base. His exact location unclear though he's been linked to Iran, Syria and the Pakistan Afghanistan. Border officials say HAMAs is a key leader with a growing influence within al-qaeda. He is thought to be a favourite among the former Al Qaeda leaders, many children intelligence officials believe he's thirty years old and married to the daughter of nine eleven hijacker Mohamed Atta since his father's killing by navy seals in two thousand and eleven Homs bin Laden has promised revenge. Releasing audio and video messages on the internet calling for attacks against America and the west since the rise of ISIS international attention has generally moved away from Qaeda, but American officials still see bin Laden's terror organization as determined adaptable and very dangerous.

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Farmers Insurance Open 2019: Justin Rose Leads at 15 Under Through Round 2

Drive Time Sports

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Farmers Insurance Open 2019: Justin Rose Leads at 15 Under Through Round 2

"The second half farmers insurance. Open two rounds complete Tigers first tournament of the year. He backs up his first round seventy with a second round seventy. So he's four under. He makes the cut but he is eleven shots. Atta the lead helped by Justin Rose rose fouls up his first round sixty three with a second round sixty six Decky Mazzi yomas

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"atta" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"atta" Discussed on No Jumper

"And then you have a little glitch in your I in a camera going taxi, and when I should start moving around you Atta he did you ever play poker? Nah, everybody asks me fucking question. Get the fuck out of that. I'll never gamble. My to. What extent is a good poker face. Like a big part of being a good battler to be able to sit there. And here's something that brutalizes your soul, very important thing. And you still the defense is like a really important thing. People do all types of shit. They try to talk on the phone walk away from you. I think all that looks corny. There's some people that know how to just. And they're just like that the whole time. Can you think of there's a couple of people that do that? And. I'm not really like that. My my reaction is I just enjoy your shit. So just you really can't tell if something's affecting me because I'm just enjoying all of it. See I see you like applauding like here and there laughing at certain shit. I actually I watched battles. When people are hitting me like a fucking a critique, judge, right? I stand there in front of them like a judge. I'm like that was a good bar that one sucks. Don't fire then a haymaker holy shit. Like, I'll be like damn I'll even doubt someone up mid around because I don't I'll need to do all the extra shit. I believe in Macchia. I'll I'll really do all I think it's a good approach because it's like you want to keep reminding the audience that this is a battle. They don't actually mean what they're saying. The fact that I can appreciate it is proof that this is just talk, you know. And I think the more you show that in a battle people understand what this thing is really about. It's about sportsmanship respect for the C. You know, walking away learning something from each other and becoming stronger. I don't think you could become stronger without competition. I suggest everybody should at least not try to battle. But try to become competitive in some form because I don't think battling for everybody. But keeping the competitive spirit because that's what like hip, hop based on my opinion. That's the growth wants to wants a competitive thing stops there's too much like clicking. Now, an not bad rap and rap. There's too much. Licking like you'll see somebody who has similar swag to another person..

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American arrested in Russia as a spy had 'state secrets' on him, lawyer says

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

American arrested in Russia as a spy had 'state secrets' on him, lawyer says

"Prosecutors say classified Russian materials were found on him when he was arrested for the US marine was arrested in Moscow at the end of December. The arrest rates speculation that he could be swapped for one of the Russians held in the US now is to appear in court in Moscow where the judge is expected to extend his arrest. His lawyer has told Russian news agencies. The wind win was detained Atta Moscow hotel. He something with him the contain state secrets the lawyer added. That he didn't know how it got hold of those materials or what he was going to do with them spying charges. Carry a prison sentence of up to twenty years in

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"atta" Discussed on If I Were You

If I Were You

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"atta" Discussed on If I Were You

"We're like Atta level where we it's not going on a fuck tore. It's not about like I need to flirt with girls on my own. It's more like I think I just need it for my own growth yet. Like, that's cool, and especially because like she's not really like she's so afraid of spiders that it's like detrimental to her like activties like she doesn't ever go camping or anything like that. And I'm like, well that stuff I want to do. So you have to be cool with me doing it. Without you, even if it's a fuck tour as long as they're involved, they're going we'll go. You ever want to go on any vacation without or wanted to go to London. There might be a spider Airbnb, I looked it up. And it's black widow season in Scotland. Aren't you going on a scotch distillery to aren't spiders? The name of the distilleries the black. Widow don't go logo is everywhere. Any incident like like, debilitating fears, not to build any this phobias or things that you think like if I didn't have this facet of my personality. I could do more things. Those are two different things. One is like being too neurotic in. I I'm very I have a low tolerance of being like uncomfortable. So I don't like camping when it's cold out. I prefer not right. Yeah. If it's too hot out prefer not to camps. It's not like I really wish I could go camping. But I'm so right. Yeah. Your phobia that or not your preference that you would. Yes reference. You wouldn't be like I wish I was cool with the cold. So I can finally can't matter to you as much. Yeah. Yeah. I guess I don't like going fast in things. So, but I like the idea of writing a motorcycle or like skiing down a mountain. But anytime I've ever like gotten on the back of someone's bike or tried skiing. Like, this is way too best. Yeah..

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"atta" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"atta" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The chief comedy Sydney Atta justices are supposed to have their mouth shut. They don't say a word about politics. The magnitude of people if you follow the law like I do the magnitude of the fact that a chief Justice city chief Justice commented on a presidential statement about the integrity of the night, circuit that was shocking from a historical legal vantage point that was shocking. And what John Roberts said was the core system must be respected and must keep the integrity above politics, brilliant statement, and it's true. And what Mr. Payne said, I hope John Roberts takes that role of. I'm going to be the guy to make sure the integrity of the courts, the integrity of the highest court on this in this country maintains that credibility because we look at the supreme court now is the highest court, but as the final objective arbitrator. I just think that John Roberts boy that was profile in courage for those who don't know what profiles encourages a book written by John F Kennedy on politicians Americans take maybe not a popular stance. But the correct stance the necessary stance and that book, and when you know, the annual profile and courage awards are given those are people who are committed to this country. I. And second and third though, the, hey, and I thought robbers had a profiles encourage moment. Got a lot more to talk about at one eight hundred two two two five two two two. I'm Leo terell. And this I mean for Dr drew and Lawrence, and this is midday live. We'll be right back. All right girls. It's time to save your man, the exiled that gift-giving can bring for us and take advantage of the home consignment center there wishlist program guys, ask your special eighty to visit the nearest hung consignment center. There's five easy locations to try on some jewelry or take a look around. And then she can make a list of ten or so items that she loves that they're going to keep on file under her name. So that when you're ready to get her gift for Christmas or for whatever time of year, then give the jeweler her name, and they'll have a custom-made gift for you a blueprint as it were to take all the exiled out of gift giving this year. Trust is easy. And you'll be a hero shopping at the home consignment center is a treasure hunt. Amazing variety new items coming in every single day. Whether it's furniture, jewelry, home decor. Whatever the case. And you want to consign some pieces get online and do it. They are the best. I love the home consignment center. You can find all five of their showrooms online at the home consignment, center dot com. That's the home consignment, center dot com. Westwood.

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"atta" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on WJR 760

"The short answer that question is yes that would be something that i guess that would be if it were me making the decision i'd probably have that on the list but down the list that on its own i wouldn't make a decision based strictly on that creek right i'd want them certainly to be knowledgeable about the area knowledgeable about community the type of homes and so on and so forth if that answers your question no it totally does i mean it's just one of those things we want to throw out there because experience is one part of it but you can have a relative that has a licensed in traverse city technically legally they can sell your house here but they're probably not the best person to do that because they don't know the local market guessing so we referenced when you said twenty five to forty transactions at somebody's doing on their own which leads us to teams because we do have folks that are part of a group of people you're working together and so how does the seller if i have someone come out they're talking about what they're gonna do to sell my house is it appropriate for me to ask them are you personally going to be the one doing all of this or do you have a team i mean how would it how would a seller find that out yeah exactly what you just referenced that i asked him point blank the and this has gotten be in my estimation the serious problem in the industry yes that would be one of the first questions i asked who's going to be working for me and how many different people do i have to communicate with in this process and it should be you know technical matters is a different insurers unimportant things but with respect to the negotiating that transaction they need to be talking to that agent directly the agent they communicated within the first place start to finish buck stops with the that agent so if there's a whole army of assistance that's good for technical things in shuffling papers but not for selling that house and bring it to a successful closing on that makes sense because you're hiring a you're talking to the person that has the experience if you've bought into i've got the experience i feel comfortable with you everything's working on atta yeah i don't want my deal being hand off to someone else who doesn't have the experience and let them me let a learning curve on me i want you handling your ideal clarity up front so that you know yes that makes perfect sense.

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"atta" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"I think you know that's funny because in our in our ziglar legacy certification one of the classes that we teach on building winning relationships and building the best you we actually teach people in the class how to receive and accept a compliment so many people just don't know how to receive and accept to compliment first off when somebody says well you did a great or appreciate you because or while you have a lot of talent in this area the first thing we've gotta understand is we need to say thank you and that's all we have to say thank you because what we're doing is we're denying blessing back to them if we don't acknowledge it if we immediately downplay and so it's nothing or i got lucky this time or whatever then then were you know were like rejecting a blessing in a blessing to blessed the giver has to be received and so we received that blessing and then i think the second thing we need to do when we get that word of encouragement or that atta boy or while you did a great got a message is we say thank you and then we just file it away and we say you know what i'm gonna look at that why are they saying this and who are they to say this how does that match up it's not that to to create ego or to you know pat ourselves on the back and say look at me rather it's to say well the the confidence that i have in the the validation and verification the evidence for the confidence is significant i need to grow some more i need to commit more need to do more things to use this as a platform so it should be the fuel that takes us to the next level which we didn't turn give away to other people that is great i think there's a couple of things on their tom that come to mind because yeah it's such a habitual thing in our humanity.

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"atta" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"So much are you know us well i'm not naive anymore oh yes now i am a cultured cultured middle aged woman who is a slut learn from my epic fail oh boy what did you use to guys spoiler she tries to do the splits and then she finds out that she should up blood or she's smart smarted up blood what was the what was the material for the blood exactly i do wanna know this it was a coach go to john what's your john it's a career it was yeah just smeared in you know it just looks like really thick vic blood and yeah arctic blood in tissue issue that blasted atta my ass active you can't use nowadays catch up as a blood film because now we have colour so you can see very much that it's not the color now now we have now we have colored nowadays televisions in color back in the day we used to just us you know catch up when we had like light film but this i really miss back inland day things weren't so complicated thank you go off quy born in the wrong era i was born in the wrong era i miss back then when we the conversation the public conversation you know what it was out it wasn't too dark it's dark now everyone's talk about these things and a lot of times it's like it's inappropriate so what appropriate in front of my children and they're rubbing it in my children's phase.

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"atta" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"That atta get the fucking church and it gets across and at one time i saw a picture of church somebody in front of a church on instagram and the top of the church was cut off and the cross was cut off on top of the church it going tell you know what you go and tell and i'll tell you what if i was jesus christ or if i was the guy whoever it is nncholas cage up there whoever the fuck it is you're going to hell you're going to help for crop in the here's the deal you're going to help for taking the pick and i'm going to find out because i'm the holy guy and i know at all if you're jesus christ i will find out if it's the guy who took the pictures fault or the person cropped it out to put it on instagram oh shit not only are going to hell you're going to fuck deep hal you gonna fuck and deep you ever been deep hell bro you're gonna fucking depot that's fucking it's hell and then also they play the darkest hour on a loop the most british movie of all time even though it's not british well it is kind of british actually heard some things do my opener blew my fucking mind he blew my mind this past trip now let me tell you something dude does what he told me we were talking i was with him in another buddy of ours he traveled with us we're having a good time on the road doing whatever we were talking about porn i don't know why we started talking about porn i don't remember and i don't even remember what the beginning of the conversation was like i wanna say it was us talking about like what kind of porn we like but i don't think we were actually talking about that.

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"atta" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on WWL

"Kind of talk about this team i know whenever i talked to coaches everybody says each team's real distinct from other ones that you've coached what makes this one different what makes this one so special forty this year well now wait we have a are counter brown got a unique situation wing atta players that were coming off a very serious injury that you're not quite last year i n jocked feel more and jordan caps the banner uh two of our starter thin and i both vote vote fifth year seniors uh in in so i getting those guys back into the into the fold so to speak even though they were up promising players and players that were uh has been very productive force in the path but again had missed last year at you know it took a little bit of time to kinda uh get our groove going you know basketball team it did they they rely on each other so much out there in the chemistry such a critical thing i'm sure you all understand math but it took a time to get go when i had some good games are even year in our non copper that has some games we took the oath of office uh but they never they never a i don't they lost uh uh the big picture in the big picture obviously get incomplete why we know that our non copra schedules going to be very tough each year in uh in so therefore uh you know we we use that as a as a way to prepare for our conflicts play and i pay we kept that in perspective didn't get too down we were sixth and seventh in the nonconference and um then got into conference fly in we're able to get off to a great start uh uh able to uh our colleague at least at that comma certainly upset steaming at fall through who was the preseason number one team uh in our league and that kind of got a shot of confidence in in from that point forwardly uh even though we that obviously you know some ups and downs even in leaked way and um it it but we visa they kept their perspective of his goal a whole time has been to to to go to the uh in up like tournament that's been our goal.

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"atta" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on WDRC

"I don't want to see a decrease or limit on magazines size so where're ardent trump supporters are going to shake out an nra members slash trump supporters where they're gonna fall on this and wants this going to do the president again there are signs that some think that the president has betrayed them or deserted their position we shall see back to atta in nevada it's uh uh for those of just joining us uh anna was at the country concert in vegas uh that was attacked by the maniac up by ed mandalay by that the paddock guy and we're continuing the conversation on on the sound of gunshots and i what what prompted annan a call is i had chastised the deputy that did not go in and now through his lawyer today he claims that he thought the gunshots were coming from outside which i'm sorry i just i don't i don't know how if you're even remotely trained that you can't tell the difference between outdoor gunshots and the echoes and the sound timbre verses guns a gunshots coming from inside a building which have a certain sound at a muted sound i i just all by the deputies excuse so analysts let you pick up go ahead thank you so much for uh coming back to us i and no problem on and so i i was thinking about this over the break um i in no way in my defending him um and you know what i am i saying that argument is is even necessarily valet i think the reason that i'm calling because i have a lot of respect for you and i i wake what you say and i like what you represent and so that's why for the sake of the fact that you might have other people listening i'm sure you have other people listening who has been um in that situation i think it's important to point out and correct that until you're in that situation the i before the first of all ctober i would have sworn up and down that if i heard gunshots coming from the left as me that i would have known where they were coming from and until i was in that situation i could it told you um in.

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"atta" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"You know the whole caboodle yang yeah we do we we love to see that the kamana and say hi all right so i guess you know to recap here um i just wanted to say you really want to focus on the projects and actions that will directly bring in revenue for you you know when i started to ask myself this simple question it made it so much easier so i would ask myself is this the best use of my time right now or should i be delegating this to someone else is the best use my time or should i be delegating um it's it's one way to help keep me on the straight and narrow and to make sure i'm not doing things that i could have someone else helped me do that i know you know i could delegate for a lot less it is going to free at my time and really like how do you wanna feel on your business for me that's a big deal i don't wanna feel stressed and if i have to do everything for myself i feel very rest so you know key keep that in mind too like how how do you wanna show pinger your business and how do you wanna feel so what can you start delegating you know to put those things into place yeah i'd hate carry ask you a question as i feel like this uh this isn't something we talked about so is going to be tool orderly atta out of our conversation that spot already i'm pretty sure i know the answer to this but i love you to answer in your own words again when you went through that burnout phase and new sad i never gonna let this happen again and then you started putting people in place you started delegating didn't your income skyrocket now mad glee yeah i actually i met to talk about that is sometimes i if you come at this from a scarcity mentality okay i can't afford they can't afford it right you're going to be stuck in that mode of the hamster wheel yum my income dramatically increased once i started delegating things because i was focusing on the things that were directly bringing in income and i was able to connect with more people be in front of more people.

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"atta" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Move snow is just been cleared out and trying to round and like he said if if any amount of snow fell where he was it would shut down the town photo a week way better snow removal here of in michigan really atta is weak with snow removal so craig where are you thinking about moving in new hampshire uh well looking places though i miss the odds that the triangle maybe um uh manchester uh of uh nashua and dairy try and right on their side plenty of options out there at what i love to go to jerian smell that dairy air i remember you just call it a let us know that you're planning on making a mover was there anything else but while now that's well let's all calling about today i'm magnus look factor the welcome back year congratulations will see you in you come on top of that again and thank him for the conflict i think he had posited chelsea got yes sir i think in fact i think he had posted on the free talk live forum uh letting us know that he is planning to come up for a visit and that's one thing that people will do on those forums is because they are also very new hampshire focused in addition to having a free talk life section people will come up in no post i am coming up on you know february blah blah blah and they'll let you know winner or you know to which town there visiting and then we can like bring people together to have kind of a lunch out for with that person and it's a nice way to meet some people that you may be didn't know maybe will be your future neighbours once i want you make the moves if you are gonna come up for a visit any time of the year the sri let folks know over it forum dot free talk live dot com it's probably the best placed i would say.

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"atta" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Atta vents charge radio station major movement in the russia probe i'm kathleen maloney fox news the president's former national security advisor is talking to investigators fox's john decker has the latest from the white house as part of a plea deal that involved his full cooperation with special council robert muller former national security adviser michael flynn pleaded guilty to making false statements to the fbi about his conversations with russian ambassador sergei kislyak congressman adam schiff the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee questions whether flynn and reaching out to russia's u s ambassador was doing so at president trump's behest if that is true aware not only would like flynn be violating the logan act but so would uh president trump flynn has acknowledged to investigators that at least two trump transition members were involved in his outreach to russian officials kathleen and john general flynn says his decision to enter a plea was done in the best interest of his family and the country a source close to him says flynn was under emotional and financial pressure senate republicans are hoping to vote on attack acts reform bill soon senator marco rubio thinks it will be good for workers reduction in the corporate tax rate is something i strongly support because i think it makes america more competitive and in the process is going to help a lot of the same people that were trying to help i know that sounds countercyclical but it does because when these corporations are able to save money and taxes many of them will use some of that money to create new jobs hiring more people but senator bob corker of tennessee things the gop tax bill will increase the country's deficit too much and he is the only republican expected to vote against it stamps may be getting more expensive more often federal regulators have.

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"atta" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The atta said no say me as un any we mm me no no and he on it.

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"atta" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"atta" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"The atta said no say me as un any we mm me no no and he on it.

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"atta" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"atta" Discussed on WTMA

"The media and the democrats in the socalled liberals of all made it clear they do not mine violence if it comes from the left they do not mind violence if it comes from the left you and i mind violence wherever it comes from we speak out strongly against the neonazis we speak out strongly against the clansman we speak out strongly against the white supremacist we also speak out sdr wrongly against the communists and we speak out strongly against the anarchists and we speak out strongly against black lives matter and atta we believe in liberty we we believe in the rule of law a gesture rule of law we believe in individualism and unalienable rights we believe in eternal truths the laws of nature we believe in the declaration in the constitution so our principles tell us to condemn all other but apparently for the left you have to choose if the choose between the fascists and the communists which sardi on i'm not on either side are you i'm not on either side and you hear the media go on and on and on and defend antifer the fane black lives matter why violence is violence ladies and gentlemen we've talked about this before as a matter of investigating and prosecuting people it doesn't matter what i wear what mass they wear what color it is doesn't matter what symbols they carry if they're going to be violent there are to be charged there to be prosecuted but apparently for the media and the liberals and the democrats that's not the case one side should be punished the other side should not that's insanity and.

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"atta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"atta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So you what about what about when someone if someone says emotionally you're in a relationship with a boy and growing relationship teenagers i wish you would debt i wish you would just get out of my life and be gone it well that that could incite someone to and it has historically incited boys usually teenage boys to to take the allies after a bad break up short yeah and you know i am in early europe right now and are now that trump here of like that and prominent you feel that way about it which it it would take it really art especially someone who's emotionally fragile as mr as well as a young boy was and i think you're going to say that hard to that he would think that it it warden at atta had caught on the you know yeah yeah and i guess that is is one of the tales of this or the takeaways of this is everything you say has consequences in young people often some tense adults don't realize is we're seeing a lot of in this day and age of of now that were in the the year of trump that words do matter and sometimes people can take what you say and taken to a very illogical and very dangerous and there's no question about that the judge in this case though really made a point of saying her initial tax so really want enough it was after he got out of the truck right what she said in terms of the in his opinion based on the evidence convincing him to get back in the truck again isis hold don't think that's enough i don't think it's proven that that is the direct cause but he didn't just say that it's just a matter of of words he said it was much more than that it was reckless and wanton conduct in violating what he said was a duty to care and and you will pay a jury now you want our jerry repaired each year and and adult and have your most of them have it in their own and they i'm sure they take into consideration you know what would that europe.

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"atta" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"atta" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"At twenty five thousand dollars sedan finance truly reliable and we planned atta baby though the really figuring okay well we have a ton of debts oh we can't believe for that and there's difference between these and wants really deep deep diving into what what was important our allies gather strange thing is in america we have almost no natshe almost everything we think we need is a want really i mean most of us have food shelter clothing transportation we have the basics covered but pass lab nicer food nicer shelter nicer is want nicer nicer we always want nicer nothing wrong with having nicer is just a problem with starts to have you yeah going through the budget we realized we were saying hundred dollars eating out pointlessly we need to do that so one of the things that helped us onto the programs we started meal planning at the beginning of every week we honesty that down to get into a mini budget meeting here's all the things we have only on this week here's the meals were going to do and that helped us keep on track really reduce that number a ton very cool good for you guys excellent job are i henry and diane and the baby is here were also baby and most baby's name she's thirteen my uh hunting kelly says a lear rose she's crashes very cool are i'd henry and diane and holly arose from los angeles area on murder one thousand dollars paid off in three year era fears making fifty now all the way up to one hundred thirty five a year counted down let's sarah debt free scream three two one where dead.

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