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"aversa" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"aversa" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"I everyone. . This is dominic. . Thanks for joining me. . Today we're going to be talking about part of the credit and banking world that is often discussed but unfortunately, , in the current crisis, , it's becoming a reality for many. . Today's topic is about high risk lending and how to deal with the predators that exist that very dangerous world. . On the surface risk lending is just banking and investing. . However. . When you look closer, , you will find that the players and rules have changed significantly from a typical business lending environment. . Why have they changed? ? Well it's all about timing in the corporate landscape. . During a crisis business owners are under a lot of pressure. . They will try anything to save their company. . The first place they start with cash, , they look everywhere for it. . Because without cash, , a company cannot exist however in this desperate search, , they can get swallowed up and crushed is they don't know who they are talking with. . They think that they're talking with respectable and respectful lenders and investors, , but that's not always possible. . The current global economy is challenging for many industries. . However, , there is one group that has been waiting for a chaotic and fractured moment just like this. . There are opportunistic and they can be lethal. . While the economy was growing this group spent years amassing billions that they kept neatly piled on the sideline. . They waited patiently for a recession, , a crisis or a period of time just like this, , where they could take advantage of week companies. . This group consists of distress lenders and investors. . Within this group, , there are three primary categories that I describe as bears, , sharks, , and vultures. . Let's start with the first abair. . What's a bear? ? A bear someone that can cause you a lot of harm, , but it's generally just interested in eating well. . Your primary lender and some suppliers that extend you credit generally are bears. . During good economic times they might be baby cubs but during difficult times, , they grow big pause. . They're not happy that you can't pay your bills on time. . They may charge you a little bit more to borrow from them. . And they may even tighten the rules on you. . But. . Usually they're not interested in closing down. . They want you open. . They want consistency. . They want you to hit the numbers you projected and they want you to pay on time even if it's only a partial payment. . They're just looking for something that's predictable. . A bear will be your. . STOIC friend. . Unless of course, , you become unpredictable. . You stopped delivering on Promises Lash out at them or lighter them. . If you do any one of those things the bear will bite you and whether you live or die. . Depends only on the size of the bite. . Sharks unlike a bear a shark doesn't care if you live or not. . They principally care that they get their huge chunk of flesh from you. . They will lend you money but it will cost you dearly. . They often will lend against collateral that isn't secured by the primary lender. . Sometimes, , they will lend against the proof purchase orders, , signed contracts and receivables. . Other Times they may take collateral from your personal assets such as your home or other investments or savings. . This group can include factoring lenders or other asset based lenders. . Sometimes, , they offered to bridge loans to get you through a particular period in time. . There by bridging the? ? GAP OF CASH. . No one really likes a shark. . But you have to respect to shirk why? ? Because the giving you cash when no one else will. . And they're taking a huge risk lending into a highly distress situation. . You may not enjoy doing business with them but when in need. . Their lifeline for your company. . The third category in this world are vultures. . Vultures there to pick the bones. . In this moment of crisis euro may be strong. . You believe that your company can make it through a rough patch, , but the vulture knows otherwise. . They know that you're already dead. . A financial vulture is a highly experienced scavenger. . Often the aware the appear wearing nice clothing using proper English presenting business school credentials in boasting about the exclusive group of investors in their hedge fund. . From a distance, , they may seem graceful close up you realize that there grossing noxious. . A vulture two ways to approach you. . First. . They can lull you into a false sense of security passively agreeing with you that you can make it through the crisis.

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How to Navigate the World of High Risk Lending

The $100 MBA Show

05:25 min | 2 months ago

How to Navigate the World of High Risk Lending

"I everyone. This is dominic. Thanks for joining me. Today we're going to be talking about part of the credit and banking world that is often discussed but unfortunately, in the current crisis, it's becoming a reality for many. Today's topic is about high risk lending and how to deal with the predators that exist that very dangerous world. On the surface risk lending is just banking and investing. However. When you look closer, you will find that the players and rules have changed significantly from a typical business lending environment. Why have they changed? Well it's all about timing in the corporate landscape. During a crisis business owners are under a lot of pressure. They will try anything to save their company. The first place they start with cash, they look everywhere for it. Because without cash, a company cannot exist however in this desperate search, they can get swallowed up and crushed is they don't know who they are talking with. They think that they're talking with respectable and respectful lenders and investors, but that's not always possible. The current global economy is challenging for many industries. However, there is one group that has been waiting for a chaotic and fractured moment just like this. There are opportunistic and they can be lethal. While the economy was growing this group spent years amassing billions that they kept neatly piled on the sideline. They waited patiently for a recession, a crisis or a period of time just like this, where they could take advantage of week companies. This group consists of distress lenders and investors. Within this group, there are three primary categories that I describe as bears, sharks, and vultures. Let's start with the first abair. What's a bear? A bear someone that can cause you a lot of harm, but it's generally just interested in eating well. Your primary lender and some suppliers that extend you credit generally are bears. During good economic times they might be baby cubs but during difficult times, they grow big pause. They're not happy that you can't pay your bills on time. They may charge you a little bit more to borrow from them. And they may even tighten the rules on you. But. Usually they're not interested in closing down. They want you open. They want consistency. They want you to hit the numbers you projected and they want you to pay on time even if it's only a partial payment. They're just looking for something that's predictable. A bear will be your. STOIC friend. Unless of course, you become unpredictable. You stopped delivering on Promises Lash out at them or lighter them. If you do any one of those things the bear will bite you and whether you live or die. Depends only on the size of the bite. Sharks unlike a bear a shark doesn't care if you live or not. They principally care that they get their huge chunk of flesh from you. They will lend you money but it will cost you dearly. They often will lend against collateral that isn't secured by the primary lender. Sometimes, they will lend against the proof purchase orders, signed contracts and receivables. Other Times they may take collateral from your personal assets such as your home or other investments or savings. This group can include factoring lenders or other asset based lenders. Sometimes, they offered to bridge loans to get you through a particular period in time. There by bridging the? GAP OF CASH. No one really likes a shark. But you have to respect to shirk why? Because the giving you cash when no one else will. And they're taking a huge risk lending into a highly distress situation. You may not enjoy doing business with them but when in need. Their lifeline for your company. The third category in this world are vultures. Vultures there to pick the bones. In this moment of crisis euro may be strong. You believe that your company can make it through a rough patch, but the vulture knows otherwise. They know that you're already dead. A financial vulture is a highly experienced scavenger. Often the aware the appear wearing nice clothing using proper English presenting business school credentials in boasting about the exclusive group of investors in their hedge fund. From a distance, they may seem graceful close up you realize that there grossing noxious. A vulture two ways to approach you. First. They can lull you into a false sense of security passively agreeing with you that you can make it through the crisis.

"aversa" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"aversa" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Hey, oh walked one hundred dollars show because a better business begins with you every single day with our daily ten minute business lessons for the real world. I'm your host or coach or teacher Omar's in home. I'm also the CO founder of the hundred dollar MBA but complete training and community online over at one zero, zero, Mba dot net, and today's episode is a guest teacher episode. On our guest seizure episodes, we bring on an expert to teach their area of expertise. Today's guest teacher is Dominic AVERSA and he'll be teaching you how to navigate the world of high risk lending if you're exploring the option of getting alone getting financing for your business you need to. Watch out you need to know what to look out for, and that's.

"aversa" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"aversa" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Night visit Desert Springs resort dot com or just keep listening. For your chance to win a stay. I'm Kevin Dean. Coco's next real time Traffic update. Just 10 minutes away. All right, it is 6 32. And it's time for that Opening bell on Wall Street with Gina. Serve Eddie at Bloomberg. Hi, Gina. I'll Adana Good morning stocks arising on this Monday on a flurry of deal making activity and reports of progress on a covert 19 vaccine right now we have the Dalek 180 for the SNP is up 33 points or about 1%. The NASDAQ is up 1.4%. That's the best of the bunch percentage wise. 146 points a major deal in the drug industry today with news that Gilly add sciences is acquiring a company called Immuno medics, and it's promising breast cancer treatment for about $21 billion. And Verizon has agreed to buy Trac Phone Wireless for six and a quarter billion Trac phone is the largest U S. Prepaid service with 21 million subscribers. I'm Gina. Serve idiot. Bloomberg for news radio 600 Kogo. Thank you, Gina. Just 6 34 and two L. A county sheriff's deputies are recovering after they were shot in their patrol car over the weekend by a gunman who is still on the loose as the two deputies were fighting for their lives. Protesters tried to block the emergency entrance at the hospital, chanting that they Hope those officers would die. A manhunt is underway for the suspect who opened fire on the deputies as they sat in their vehicle. Mayor Eric Garcetti condemning the ambush and the protesters calling for officers to die who put their lives on the line for us, and we will find justice for them, and I pray for their recovery. That sort of behavior is unacceptable, abhorrent. And we do pray that these folks will recover. President Trump had strong words for the cowardly shooter during a rally held Sunday in Henderson, Nevada. The president called for those who kill law enforcement officers to be executed. Ah, PV bartender wants justice after he was sucker punch for trying to enforce covert restrictions. Coco's Joshua Lipton talked to the victim and has the story. Tony Aversa has a broken nose, a fractured Sinus cavity and a collapsed nasal cavity after he was sucker punched by a man on September 5th at 7 10 Beach Club. He says it all stemmed from the group refusing to put on masks and warns it could happen anywhere. They clearly want to start something over nothing and they made that happen so that literally could have happened at any establishment any bar in the restaurant, he says. The anger towards service industry workers is on the rise, and he's simply asking for some respect personally attack an employee for enforcing a rule that were made to enforce Is ridiculous. Police are still looking for the man who attacked him. And we have the picture of the suspect on the morning news page at coco dot com. Joshua Lipton KOGO News. A good weekend for those in the air and the boots on the ground, battling the Valley fire. Definitely, Ah, great thing to be able to say. See those numbers climbing up Cal Fire captain Isaac Sanchez telling Kogo news. The agency combined with the U. S forced service, and this weekend. Maur Mutual aid brought in a total of 500 firefighters. There were five helicopters making water drops and five bulldozers to help cut a line around the stubborn fire that broke out on September 5th in the brush of the Cleveland National forced just south of Alpine or close to wrapping this thing up, it's going to go on for a few more days are fire agencies are are cooperators is really paying off At this point, Sanchez says. They are so close caliphate IRA will eventually pull out and sole control will be the responsibility of the U. S. Forced service Phil Farrar, KOGO News More than half of San Diego County nursing homes can now allow residents to see family and friends. The California Department of Health is now allowing 45 of the county's 86 skilled nursing facilities to have visitors indoors. Each resident.

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The Major Differences Between the LPL and LCK in Casting, Drafting, and Playing

The Pog State

06:08 min | 3 months ago

The Major Differences Between the LPL and LCK in Casting, Drafting, and Playing

"We've missed you on the broadcast LS because there has been many many goings on. Liliana, she was enabled. For this week's play, we've also seen Godzilla comeback and absolutely destroy people. And godzillas not something that we're used to here in the L. C. K. on as very confused when all these reactions were being picked and. Just destroying folk and yet we are dealing with it dude absolutely. Do you have a bit of an opinion on the uprising of the because I've got a few thoughts as to why it's working but I'd like to hear from you or an it's just one of the best champions the game. All right I guess we'll end the episode here. For much working guys. Go from there. Know. I mean. He's being picked pretty much everywhere This is right after dignity in some series where they they they picked twice in a row only to produce do nothing with it and lose laying the. Both Times We've we've seen like it coming out a lot I like I'm screaming about attracts all over again and fortunately he died. So no Godzilla will come to US though. You know the thing about about the reacting pick that up being noticing in games where he's being doing well. Is. The amount of jungle attention that he gets and even into on the side of the map if you've got the respect in general, you win right like he just looks extraordinarily strong and technology for example, like they ran in Italy twice in a row much like they love doing over in the P. L. you're talking about I picks I. Believe the same thing. This was yesterday so it would have been. Saturday's matches. which was I believe soon, buses V five, but I've been busy doing the commentary of the Elsa K. hasn't been super easy to keep up with the opium but I believe that was what happened. So they will making some rejected as well. We saw finds a success, but we also saw connections getting like three kills before like level eight. Yeah, and I think that's a way that he can actually work really well. I mean. The champion needs to get ahead. And then you have the people that should argue that he should get ahead and then obviously there's going to be people that. Dissent against that notion So when he doesn't get ahead He's obviously is terrible when he does get ahead, I mean if you look at some of the people that are playing them are like the teams that are playing him I, mean there was an interesting reddit thread that actually went deep into like the teams that pick when they pick him and then what ends up happening in the games with the champion perhaps people can find their like Lincoln and the comments, but it was it was it was a really it was very interesting deep dive So obviously, I mulled over the champion quite a lot and just like into like attracts two point Oh and trucks gone so I don't know I mean he'll. Probably he'll probably be a mainstay at worlds. So I mean we'll. We'll see what happens to be honest. Moving forward to seeing how goes because the one big problem that I have with respect and I don't really have too much of an issue because I like making crocodile jokes as an Australian certainly suits me very well. So that's absolutely fine. The problem that I have is during draft and with what happens to win conditions in the game if you pick the rejected. Because we know like you had dignity reference, which is if you pick rejected and then don't do anything in Lane you lose right. Just. Because he doesn't do anything as far as the game progresses with neutral gold, he needs to snuggle. Find ways to win and he needs to do that with the help of his jungle of very early in the game because Renton Pass bike is very very early like he hits level six. No one wanted him right like. It's basically playing with your cards face up is what I'm saying and. I. Think Strategically Shooting Yourself in the foot by going with a strategy like that. However, if you can make it work and demand that it works like Olso, an like a giga winning jungle matchup as well. Then theoretically with the incredible gang consists that you get with her enacting his w with the fact that you can just stunned people on command like. I think that there is a place for him to be intelligently drafted. But I also think that a lot of that are going interconnecting I just letting him go and they just dying and then not necessarily playing. That top line all that top two in the correct way is that sort of like the correct correct assessment? I mean I think and the all CK. If you look at some of the teams that are winning with them, they would probably be winning the game anyway. So have you had you had a freak aversa sandbox was one of the more recent ones you had t one versus Afrita connor was playing at Like I think, the context is always important, you had you had inaugural versus dynamics these these aren't. Like. They're gonNA. Win The games anyway the context is always like super important. You can go through these games and see the top players like blundering really bad Yeah I mean he he champions obviously getting picked a lot but Yeah he's. He's definitely weird I. mean he was he was around last year to at world's own with the lease as the bread and butter. Now, he's being paired with aid because farming jugglers have more power and so you hit the line break point you start accelerating faster release obviously not being picked as much because of her volatility it's interesting that actually two of the very simple tramps died. He's the only one that still like exists. I guess that's an Ode Godzilla so Because You're going to release him. Right yeah. Yeah.

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The Major Differences Between the LPL and LCK in Casting, Drafting, and Playing

The Pog State

06:08 min | 3 months ago

The Major Differences Between the LPL and LCK in Casting, Drafting, and Playing

"We've missed you on the broadcast LS because there has been many many goings on. Liliana, she was enabled. For this week's play, we've also seen Godzilla comeback and absolutely destroy people. And godzillas not something that we're used to here in the L. C. K. on as very confused when all these reactions were being picked and. Just destroying folk and yet we are dealing with it dude absolutely. Do you have a bit of an opinion on the uprising of the because I've got a few thoughts as to why it's working but I'd like to hear from you or an it's just one of the best champions the game. All right I guess we'll end the episode here. For much working guys. Go from there. Know. I mean. He's being picked pretty much everywhere This is right after dignity in some series where they they they picked twice in a row only to produce do nothing with it and lose laying the. Both Times We've we've seen like it coming out a lot I like I'm screaming about attracts all over again and fortunately he died. So no Godzilla will come to US though. You know the thing about about the reacting pick that up being noticing in games where he's being doing well. Is. The amount of jungle attention that he gets and even into on the side of the map if you've got the respect in general, you win right like he just looks extraordinarily strong and technology for example, like they ran in Italy twice in a row much like they love doing over in the P. L. you're talking about I picks I. Believe the same thing. This was yesterday so it would have been. Saturday's matches. which was I believe soon, buses V five, but I've been busy doing the commentary of the Elsa K. hasn't been super easy to keep up with the opium but I believe that was what happened. So they will making some rejected as well. We saw finds a success, but we also saw connections getting like three kills before like level eight. Yeah, and I think that's a way that he can actually work really well. I mean. The champion needs to get ahead. And then you have the people that should argue that he should get ahead and then obviously there's going to be people that. Dissent against that notion So when he doesn't get ahead He's obviously is terrible when he does get ahead, I mean if you look at some of the people that are playing them are like the teams that are playing him I, mean there was an interesting reddit thread that actually went deep into like the teams that pick when they pick him and then what ends up happening in the games with the champion perhaps people can find their like Lincoln and the comments, but it was it was it was a really it was very interesting deep dive So obviously, I mulled over the champion quite a lot and just like into like attracts two point Oh and trucks gone so I don't know I mean he'll. Probably he'll probably be a mainstay at worlds. So I mean we'll. We'll see what happens to be honest. Moving forward to seeing how goes because the one big problem that I have with respect and I don't really have too much of an issue because I like making crocodile jokes as an Australian certainly suits me very well. So that's absolutely fine. The problem that I have is during draft and with what happens to win conditions in the game if you pick the rejected. Because we know like you had dignity reference, which is if you pick rejected and then don't do anything in Lane you lose right. Just. Because he doesn't do anything as far as the game progresses with neutral gold, he needs to snuggle. Find ways to win and he needs to do that with the help of his jungle of very early in the game because Renton Pass bike is very very early like he hits level six. No one wanted him right like. It's basically playing with your cards face up is what I'm saying and. I. Think Strategically Shooting Yourself in the foot by going with a strategy like that. However, if you can make it work and demand that it works like Olso, an like a giga winning jungle matchup as well. Then theoretically with the incredible gang consists that you get with her enacting his w with the fact that you can just stunned people on command like. I think that there is a place for him to be intelligently drafted. But I also think that a lot of that are going interconnecting I just letting him go and they just dying and then not necessarily playing. That top line all that top two in the correct way is that sort of like the correct correct assessment? I mean I think and the all CK. If you look at some of the teams that are winning with them, they would probably be winning the game anyway. So have you had you had a freak aversa sandbox was one of the more recent ones you had t one versus Afrita connor was playing at Like I think, the context is always important, you had you had inaugural versus dynamics these these aren't. Like. They're gonNA. Win The games anyway the context is always like super important. You can go through these games and see the top players like blundering really bad Yeah I mean he he champions obviously getting picked a lot but Yeah he's. He's definitely weird I. mean he was he was around last year to at world's own with the lease as the bread and butter. Now, he's being paired with aid because farming jugglers have more power and so you hit the line break point you start accelerating faster release obviously not being picked as much because of her volatility it's interesting that actually two of the very simple tramps died. He's the only one that still like exists. I guess that's an Ode Godzilla so Because You're going to release him. Right yeah. Yeah.

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"aversa" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"aversa" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"That sounds. There's some worry about that. And we understand this mechanism. Other birds dropped out out of the sky. Dead Wood New Yorkers be scared or celebrate celebrate. Because it'd be the pigeon exactly there's only one species of bird in the universe to a New Yorker. It's the pigeon I think we'll be okay in Manhattan like this is great. This is totally cool to kill the rabbit so so you so there was some there. There was a genuine concern until we dug up. Geologist dug up the history of the magnetic field on earth. which you can do? You've you do that. You look at volcanic deposits. There's iron particles that can be launched volcanoes and and before it solidifies it'll align to the to the magnetic field of the day and as you look at the history of volcano is. You can see that. There are times when it didn't align at all times at aligned South and times of the line north so we have a full record of this of the changing magnetic field of the earth and it's happened on relatively short timescales compared to evolution and we still have birds right right birds a fine. Yeah Burto I you know. There's no layer filled with just birdman magmatic. AFC dumpster. That's exactly the evidence we would be looking for and we don't find that got okay so And by the way the magnetic Eddie Field Flip is not an unusual thing that happens in the sun. The Sun has very strong magnetic field and IT flips every eleven years and a sunspots spots always come in pairs and is one is a positive spot in a negative spot and when the magnetic field flips the spots flip in their orientation. It's very cute to watch this and for the for the earth when it does reverse. It's a gradual thing or it's graduate graduate right and so we're not in your life that takes a long time thousands of years but it's good as gradual yes. Just don't worry about it. Ends up being done with the compass give it up yes to stop recalibrating thing. That doesn't matter anyway. Now let me tell you something. I don't WanNA blow your mind. Go for you okay with that you absolution to blow your mind hundred. Okay you know in magnetic fields opposites attract right right so if you have a magnet the south pole attracts to the North Pole. and Liz AVERSA. Okay on your compass. The side that points north is the north part of North South needle. Okay okay so the North on your compass is pointing north on Earth which means pointing.

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"aversa" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"aversa" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"That sounds. There's some worry about that. And we understand this mechanism. Other birds dropped out out of the sky. Dead Wood New Yorkers be scared or celebrate celebrate. Because it'd be the pigeon right exactly. There's only one species of bird in the universe to a New Yorker. It's the pigeon I think we'll be okay in Manhattan like this is great. This is totally cool to kill the rabbit so so you so there was some there. There was a genuine concern until we dug up. Geologist dug up the history of the magnetic field on earth. which you can do? You've you do that. You look at volcanic deposits. There's iron particles that can be launched volcanoes and and before it solidifies it'll align to the to the magnetic field of the day and as you look at the history of volcano is. You can see that. There are times when it didn't align at all times at aligned South and times of the line north so we have a full record of this of the changing magnetic field of the earth and it's happened on relatively short timescales compared to evolution and we still have birds right right birds a fine. Yeah Burto I you know. There's no layer filled with just birdman magmatic. AFC dumpster. That's exactly the evidence we would be looking for and we don't find that got okay so And by the way the magnetic Eddie Field Flip is not an unusual thing that happens in the sun. The Sun has very strong magnetic field and IT flips every eleven years and a sunspots spots always come in pairs and is one is a positive spot in a negative spot and when the magnetic field flips the spots flip in their orientation. It's very cute to watch this and for the for the earth when it does reverse. It's a gradual thing or it's graduate graduate right and so we're not in your life that takes a long time thousands of years but it's good as gradual yes. Just don't worry about it. Ends up being done with the compass give it up yes to stop recalibrating thing. That doesn't matter anyway. Now let me tell you something. I don't WanNA blow your mind. Go for you okay with that you absolution to blow your mind hundred. Okay you know in magnetic fields opposites attract right right so if you have a magnet the south pole attracts to the North Pole. and Liz AVERSA. Okay on your compass. The side that points north is the north part of North South needle. Okay okay so the North on your compass is pointing north on Earth which means pointing.

North South needle North Pole. Liz AVERSA Geologist Manhattan AFC
"aversa" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"aversa" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"That sounds. There's some worry about that. And we understand this mechanism. Other birds dropped out out of the sky. Dead Wood New Yorkers be scared or celebrate celebrate. Because it'd be the pigeon exactly there's only one species of bird in the universe to a New Yorker. It's the pigeon I think we'll be okay in Manhattan like this is great. This is totally cool to kill the rabbit so so you so there was some there. There was a genuine concern until we dug up. Geologist dug up the history of the magnetic field on earth. which you can do? You've you do that. You look at volcanic deposits. There's iron particles that can be launched volcanoes and and before it solidifies it'll align to the to the magnetic field of the day and as you look at the history of volcano is. You can see that. There are times when it didn't align at all times at aligned South and times of the line north so we have a full record of this of the changing magnetic field of the earth and it's happened on relatively short timescales compared to evolution and we still have birds right right birds a fine. Yeah Burto I you know. There's no layer filled with just birdman magmatic. AFC dumpster. That's exactly the evidence we would be looking for and we don't find that got okay so And by the way the magnetic Eddie Field Flip is not an unusual thing that happens in the sun. The Sun has very strong magnetic field and IT flips every eleven years and a sunspots spots always come in pairs and is one is a positive spot in a negative spot and when the magnetic field flips the spots flip in their orientation. It's very cute to watch this and for the for the earth when it does reverse. It's a gradual thing or it's graduate graduate right and so we're not in your life that takes a long time thousands of years but it's good as gradual yes. Just don't worry about it. Ends up being done with the compass give it up yes to stop recalibrating thing. That doesn't matter anyway. Now let me tell you something. I don't WanNA blow your mind. Go for you okay with that you absolution to blow your mind hundred. Okay you know in magnetic fields opposites attract right right so if you have a magnet the south pole attracts to the North Pole. and Liz AVERSA. Okay on your compass. The side that points north is the north part of North South needle. Okay okay so the North on your compass is pointing north on Earth which means pointing.

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"aversa" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"aversa" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Fledged, two hours of nightmares a guardian preacher charged with your texting the vulnerable sleeper as he or she ventured into the other world of dreams for this purpose, an image of Abaco might be placed near the pillow at night, there, even Pillow's made in the shape of a back, who the three Brahms includes an entry on the back, who the line drawing an extended reference to the Chinese Materia Medica, text bene- co cut, Ben Cayo, gig MU. The creature is described as it is here, but the few more details attesting to its particular strengths. For example, it's teeth and bones are incredibly strong and it's urine can melt Iran and turn it into water. That's pretty impressive. Urine one theory posits that the back who's based on the tap here, real mammal found in south and Central America and southeast Asia and also called back in Japanese with the same candy. The version most resembles the Malayan tap here. The only species native to Asia, although some scholars argue that the logical Beck who is not related to the back legend the image of the back with its long snout, doesn't resemble the animal version, regardless of whether the logical Beck who influenced the naming of the okay, back to Aversa descriptions of the creature exemplify the way in which often constructed as hybrids that Bak, who is generally described as a composite of animals. Tiger elephant rhinoceros and auks. It is a chimera timra as a logical collage the explanation by analogy like Oxley. Tiger is a common way describing a yo pie. And by extension part of the process of their construction and since then a yoke is just the. That coop at somewhere between the real and the imaginary, all of its parts derived from real animals. But their combination is imaginary. So this is the description that comes from the book of mysterious creatures of Japanese folklore, there is a another website. Oh boy. I apologize once again for my actions, they are all terrible and I'm going to agree right off the bat. Haiku mo-. No guitar. Kc KYW translated Japanese go stories entails of the weird strange. Okay. I can handle that English. Translation, this was actually posted on this website, which you can find. HTTPS H Y, aka U. M. O. N. O. G A, T A, R dot com. You can definitely tell it's break. My poor mind is rejecting all of this intellectual discussion. I'm sorry about that. So they pushed this again, on the twentieth October in two thousand twelve this is by Zach Davidson from Mizuki Shapiro, magical animal stories, and says that it's translated from Mizuki, Shapiro's, majora, and Japanese Kapika when a child in Japan, wake shaking from a nightmare. She knows what to do hugging her face in her pillow. She whispers three times back on come. Eat my dream Husan my dream Bucko son come meet my dream. If a request is granted a monstrous Beck who will come into a room in the bedroom away. The back who cannot be summoned without caution a to agree back coup might not be satisfied with a single dream and mytalk away. All of her hopes, and ambitions, along with it leaving our hollow. What is back who back who are classic Shimura chime era, kinda the body of a bear, the nose of an elephant, the feet of. Tiger tail of oxen the is very authoress one legend says that when the gods were finished creating the animals. They took all of the odds, and ends lying around and put them together to make the back coup according to Japanese legend that who are the eaters bad dreams. They are tells Monica figures that people pray to at night to come and suck away nightmares so that they may never be seen again. But there is a darker side to the back coup. Some say that back to eat all dreams, not only nightmares. This includes dreams and aspirations dreams of your future. And dreams of hope is the back coup real while they are wildly stylized bacteria symbol, the Asian tap here. And in fact, in Japanese, they share the same name and Kanji the back coups. Not alone in this the word Kieran is not only Japanese giraffe, but also a mythical Chinese monster came first alleging or the animal is hidden in the past with no solid agreement on either side, many say that the two unconnected in that the similar appearance. Pure coincidence with the animal being named after the legend, some say away would sailor drifted to Malaysia and came back with stories of a massive creature that was transformed by legend, either way, the legend in his book, ancient Chinese gods. And beasts Kyoto University, professor, she vigneault point to ancient Brown's where and other artifacts scribe with images of the mythical back cou he postulated that some creatures like the Asian tap here might have existed in China at some time. But since gone extinct back, your often confused with another Chinese legendary animal, the heck attack who called by Z visor in Chinese and fact at a temple in Tokyo. There is a statue called the back who king, which was originally, a statue of the heck attack, who is the back coup Yokoi now quoting to this author, this is a complicated question that depends on how broad your definition of a okay. Is it isn't a oh, kind, the sense of a fantasy creature like the near? Nyongo or BAC. Oh, it is more of a sacred animal more associated with gods. And monsters Mizuki Garo uses the broadest possible definition of Yokthai, meaning anything, mysterious from Bigfoot to rains, frogs, by which the vet coup. Definitely qualifies the history and legend of the back coup like many folklore creatures back who've changed over the centuries and the oldest Chinese legends back who were hunted for their pelts. It is said that using the blanket made from about coup talisman against illness, in malice of evil spirits, due to a lack of available back who pelts this, eventually changed were hitting the image of coober bed would afford to equal protection during the Tang, dynasty six eighteen to ninety seven folding screens decorated with back who are popular item, somehow, the legends of the back coup transmitted to Japan where the beast became associated with the dream, eating that it is in for today, the chain period, book tour, Kootenai, the stories of the Tang, dynasty, also tells of a sacred animal. A bet cookie that each dreams, and it is likely that the two immersion to single legend the back-off legend is a dream eater has stayed consistent since adapted by Japan. There have been various ways of somebody in the back coup and Fukushima. It is said that if after awakening from a bad dream. You see, I give the stream tobacco than that dream will never trouble you again. And other prefecture's repeat back who's on meet my dreams. Three times in a row to some in the back coup to come and eat your nightmare, during them are monkey period. Thirteen thirty seven to fifteen seventy three. See Japan, it became very popular for people on their deathbed to hold an image of the back coups talisman against evil spirits. They also became associated with the fantastical treasure gallery, which often had a backup painted on its sales during the period. Sixteen three to eighteen sixty eight the pillows were sold in the shape of the back coup said to protect the sleeper from bad dreams back who in modern Japan. Many. Oh, kind legendary creatures faded into. Will they live only in the memory of academics and comic artists back who are still popular figure in modern Japan, the back coups appear in modern animation and comic books other their appearance look more and more like the authentic temp here unless unless like the footwork Shamir comu- and there you go. It's interesting because one of the comments below says that there's a Pokemon that resembles the back who and actually had an attack call. Dream eater in the English version, the hokey man's name is drowsy. Apparently, it also puts in an appearance in the Sandman graphic novel. The dream hunters written by Neil Gaiman? There's just kind of various debates and discussion anyhow. So what we're going to do at this point is we are going to pause for some commercials. And then we come back, I guess we will start on the login of the kit SUNY, or the KOMO touchy, and we'll just kind of wind it up there, the next episode, we'll deal with the next Yokthai I think this is going to take awhile. We'll be right back after these messages..

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"aversa" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"aversa" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Care about all that should try. Let me see. Way basically ship gardeners. Six around five this we can't versus Gabrielle the the a six around fight and Philly, and that's the last one that I wanted to mention may I go here. Dilly away. Is saying that fury won't fight him. And this is coming off the Marie show in Aversa interview that we did yesterday that you catch on items on iheart Spotify. Tune in Stitcher you to blog talk spreaker and Marie. She said that it might become endow. Mike, right. Good. With that. Right. Do you know? So he must have basically said I didn't go back, and listen, but marisha must have basically said that they're going to mandate Dillion white versus Tyson fury on our interview yesterday. So talksport, you know, UK all these all these UK publications, obviously ran with it. And it got back to Dillon white and Dylan white is expressing that. He feels Tyson won't take the fight my. So what is your thoughts on if WBZ mandate, this will Tyson take the fight or does he prove Dillion white? Right. So first of all the publications out there that ran without story and gave us credit and for all the ones that did, you know, saying do better with the by. He may purposes them he said, very win fight water and the rematch right away title. Why would he fight me in a final eliminator when white wants to he'd be talking that real shit? I'm time there may purpose me. But he knows how to swerve Tudo. But at the same time, I think we should the WBZ ship mandated, but at the same time, if you're free, and you know, you got that wilder fight in your back pocket for the spring of twenty twenty. Why even go down that row? WBZ won't get mad if voluntary what is what his title dilly, white needs to make sure that if they mandate him to fight Tyson fury. Taif Seissan fury backs out the WBZ will not honor Deontay wilder doing a rematch with fury. Meaning if the WBZ mandate Tyson fight white he must fight why he should not be able to back door and get the rematch just solely on the fact that Deontay wilder once it WBZ, why would you block a voluntary defense? It's it's a voluntary defense. But it should not include Tyson fury. I mean at the same time. You can't tell the champion who the champion not to take a fight that he wants. Well, if you do that, then you have to name a white the automatic mandatory. And I agree with it. I totally agree. Happens is WBZ has to say while fury, white, right? Then wilder has to save Tyson from that fight and then WBZ has to mandate Dillian as the mandatory. Because of what happened they should not put another eliminator, and he shouldn't take that. Unless in writing that particular way if you don't hit don't forget to hit that dumbs up. But as helps me and Mike with the visibility of the show lets other people know about it gets us new callers. Interesting characters helps us get big interviews like marisha Seulimuen, and all the other guests that we had Shelly Finkel, you know, he wants to make it a regular thing. Couple of these guys wanna make it a regular thing. And you need to help us make it a regular thing by getting this show above and beyond the average normal viewership and thumbs up rating. So that we can get these big name guests the way that you want. I mean, don't you want any back? We want any bag numbers. Don't lie. He if you want to ask these guys a question. Oh, saying and there's a question that you were dying or duck. And that we don't act we have this thing called patriot on what you can as a question. But you gotta be on the fifteen dollars here to actually guys. You could be on the three dollars over that real said. Said picking up nigga. Easy like that. But you know, what I'm saying Shelly but fifteen either Sheesh. I'm. Go to patriot knows a Cup of coffee one month..

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"aversa" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"aversa" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"In that a lot of speculation about where the gophers are gonna wind up joining us right now go for head coach Richard Pitino. Good showing especially against Purdue at the big ten tournament with that Michigan team you ran into yesterday. Was they were really hot. They were really good. We were exhausted. You know for watching film. Just we we could hardly move. You know, cutting getting out transition and bought stock down. That's stout. It was just kinda felt a lot like two years ago when we went to the conference semifinals, they keep got back down. It was just really really difficult. You know, so it's kind of very similar, but like anything else where I'm so fired up to these guys. I meet you go into a conference. Faking your the NCAA tournament, but telling okay. Game or two. Okay. I was probably the hottest teams in the conference if not the country find a way to get that done and the to bounce twice a week. Best teams at our country. So as much as it's Doug a little bit yesterday could be play well play for championship. I'm very proud of what our guys did. And I think our fans should be as well. What what does that do for confidence? Richard. You win a game late against Penn State, as you mentioned the Stevens is athletic as you see in the conference, and then you beat produced straight up, again, wh how does that change the mindset of a team? Well, hopefully, it gives them confidence. But you know, the hard part is you played Michigan. If they beat us down big time. But I think today it'll be a fun day for our guys. You know, I tried to explain to them that going into the season. I don't think anybody expects you to make the tournament. We'd five new players. We had obviously a lot of adversity through decrease Bob through Eric, you know, a bunch of injuries. And we I step up. You know, a lot of guys. That's a really good years. We found a way to get it done. We needed to so excited about term. You know, Jordan Murphy, do prebuilt Michael hurt and a beer coffee. Those guys have been to down to the last three. I still say that is what it is. But if we didn't have threes last year. I think we'd be going on three in a row. That's something to be proud of. So get excited about it. I don't know where we're going to overplayed figure it all out tonight be excited. Proud of the fact he can be a part of it. Let's talk a little bit about the Purdue game match up. Well with Purdue obviously produce a really good basketball team. But they bring out the best in you guys. Yeah. You don't have that your why sometimes that just happens, you know, from year to year we played that. Well, I think our guys have grasped the report pretty well. You know, they've been locked it had been a really good job McCarthy's Edwards, obviously. It'd be terrific. At bats. To disrupt that too 'cause they're very very so to be able to beat them twice and just over a route. That's hard guys credit guarantee that what Purdue was fresh because those were those were physical physical battles repet- states. Very physical teams as well. But you know, you mentioned Edwards twice. She I really like watching him play because he wants then he competes he worked so hard to get open shots, and you guys denied mcclinton lash out of the game the other day, you good chance. You'll see a really good player. Like that in the first round of the tournament. Does that create something and Gabe Cal sure when you defend like that for two guests because Edwards is really good. And you really made him work. Yeah. Gabe is terrific. You know, he's probably at map because he's a good shooter and everybody equates good things to you know, the ball gave does a lot of little things a freshman. Don't normally do. Yes. It gave her a problem for a lot of really good players over the next four years because. Good at it. He wants it embraces it. So it's to be able to guard the teams best player every single night. It would a tough scours college basketball. Quite a challenge for Gabe. And he's he's handled. It very well. Richard. We've talked a number about how basketball is changed in the six eleven seven foot. Big guys can stand out in pop from the three as you scout high school kids around the country. Are you seeing more and more kids like that gives you may not be that big yet? But around the way to that big who've worked so hard on their outside game, and you can hurt you from anywhere in the floor yet. You know, that's been part of a problem. Very it's it's twenty two because he is so dominated in spots on the court, but he's never three point threat where you look at this. They have four maybe five guys who could shoot the ball at all times. So why would they choke down the middle upper we've got to be able to burn it with some other guys on the perimeter. And that's been the issue is haven't hit shots we've been easy to guard. But you know, we we can hurt you in other ways, obviously. So I do think that. Obviously need to prove. You know to our numbers have not been very good in that department. Hey, Marcus core. Pete Wilson sounds really help it out. But. Well, because it'd be the production that he's had has been amazing such a warrior such competitor. That'd be this game has changed so much and you look at Michigan. If Jordan Murphy would come in and said, I'm going to work on threes. All the time could he have become a good three point shooter. Or do you believe that some guys either have that feeling some don't why he works out a lot? I, you know, I think that he's got aspirated points the next level. And I keep believes. Right. He's he's so good at the other thing. Three days of late. But I do think that he knows where his bread is buttered teams are playing. Really good games. Right out drive it to the late just fouled. It'll get better. A better, you know, whatever every place professionally. He'll be able to prove that you're talking about the next level Richard coffee, Dr about maybe exploring things we had conversations with him. And then you think that's likely to happen that at least put his toe in the water and see what sort of interest or might be. Well, you know, we've talked about it before the season it and there's nothing wrong with it. You know, with the way the process works. I think everybody's. You know, she get some good feedback early. And, you know, see where you're at you know, it'll be really for the most part you wanna to be a lock first round pick. You know? So there's nothing wrong. We're getting feedback. Whatever I sees. It's over we'll sit down and talk about. I mean, there's nothing I would want more. You know about this year next year. It'd be able to play the NBA but also to opportunity that's got here. And I and I think understands that loves it. So do what's best for America? Do you have any idea or do you have a feeling to where you should be seated in this thing? I have no idea extreme all those bracket colleges. You always look at their. I think that bracket technologies are very good at knowing who's going to be in the field. They have no idea matchups. Locations, you know, maybe seeds every good at. Now, I have no idea. I mean, I probably the. The attend. But you know, whatever it is. We're going to be excited to be a part of this program is has been he'll be ten times officially fourteen times, unofficially. That's not a lot. So you guys got gotta be proud of that building it. Hopefully. In your opening remarks? You mentioned it was at a one game thing. Or is he still under protocol? Concussion protocol. I yes, it's we don't dealt with the protocol stuff everybody. I think you know, react or responds. I guess to concussions a little bit differently. You know? So we want to make sure that botch safe. And we don't want a restaurant back or we'll make sure feels gay took a pretty good shot in the head from the kid Williams Purdue game, you know. So that just takes time how long I don't know. So we'll see him today. We're not going to practice today. And make sure that we we do right by March. Make sure we rush back. There's all those things, but we need him. I mean, you know, and I will see Jarvis Aversa came into the game yesterday provided phenomenal energies funny because so many guys have played major minutes. Jarvis had not he was like flying all over the place while everybody else is gonna walk it around. You was all that all that. Cheerleading. He does transferred into the floor. And he reminded they'll Richard he's a pretty athletic kid. That's why you recruited them ornell, obviously. But is your rotation going to be a little bit? I it seems like. You've kind of settled on a rotation right now. How many do you wanna play? Well, you know, think about Jarvis Jarvis is going to be a terrific player. Ed, you mentioned about you know, so enthusiastic on the bachelor that is such a special quality. He's got such great energy. I love it. I mean with macho down I said to Jarvis I said, you're going to be ready, and it was no like feel sorry for himself. I should be played before. Like, you're like, oh, I'm ready. Don't you don't have to worry about that. It's awesome to see every game is different as it pertains to matchups and you know, who you're gonna play foul trouble. I mean, the tournament will be officiated differently than the big pet. We've been fortunate up knocking on wood. We don't foul up every play pretty good defense. But that's gonna have reps who don't know tendencies of players the way that the Purdue Minnesota game was -ficiating it's going to be officiated differently. So we got to be able to react. So everybody's got to be ready to help keep interesting thing, you just point out there wanting to watch we'll know a lot after five o'clock tonight. That's election Sunday dip. Often. We'll find out where the gophers are going. Thanks so much and good luck with with your seating. Thanks coach. Our guys are excited about so. Thank you. Okay. That's Richard Patino back with more right after this sports. Huddled should David Mike. Sports.

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"aversa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Rob new in there. That's that's fantastic. But let's we'll roll right along here. Get right back into the phone lines. Eugene from satellite beaches calling in Eugene, welcome onto the show. What your question for Dr David Klein? After I spoke to you for several weeks ago, but leg being weak in Terry quickly when they take long mock sure, and we talked about getting a blood work done. I did it. Just checked especially for vitamin d. The us through and everything came into normal ranges. Okay. Which which is which which surprised me, what was your testosterone level? Oh, I don't have it in front of me. But it was about the middle of the range. Okay. Because one of the problems that you get into with these sorts of things is they don't necessarily reflect reality, especially vitamin d the level that you're looking for is between fifty and eighty though consider things down into the twenties to be normal. But it's not what's typical and what's healthy are two very different things with regards to testosterone. Okay. You know, what the place that you want that to be as somewhere between four and six hundred in order for things to work, but it would be very very normal for somebody of your age to have a normal quote unquote, normal testosterone into one eighties. It doesn't work that way. So the magnesium is also a little bit different. You have to take all these things in context. And it's not enough to say, they're they're within range. It doesn't it doesn't really make any sense. So one of the ways I like to teach this is that let's say that that you started off you're twenty one years of age and you're six foot one. Now, all of a sudden, you're forty and you're five foot. Ten you know, those are both normal heights. Let's something changed. That's abnormal. Okay. You take a woman who may be five foot six when she's twenty years of age. Now, all of a sudden, she's four foot ten okay? That's, you know, you'll see these sorts of changes from osteoporosis is not a normal thing. But they're both normal heights. So while it's a it's it's I'm glad you had the lab work done. I really need the data in context in order to know what's going on. But you know, that kind of makes sense. So so you got me some of the data not all of it. What's more is that where the magnesium? Okay. The ratio of magnesium within the serum. That's what you're checking with the blood and within the cell is about fifty to one. So it takes a very very large decrease in intracellular magnesium to show up in the bloodstream. So you think they can come back and say, well, you know, you're magnesium was one point eight that's at the lowest end of normal. That is not adequate, especially if you're having muscle cramps for things that look like restless leg, so there's a whole lot more to it than to be a given that label. Gee, it looks like it's okay to me because most of the time that these things come in. It's not adequate. Okay. It's a it's a snapshot. But it doesn't give you the full picture. So get me those numbers. Okay. You can if you want to what do you call? It message. Now that the Tang text them into two one two three two are Marconi awarded engineers have figured out how to turn it back on. So we're good. Yes. We're working. It wasn't actually even wasn't our engineers. We had a Senate outsource because this wasn't even something our engineers deal with as a separate thing. Oh, well, I'll still get it was a whole thing. But we'll give our engineers credit because we love them our engineers, fix it. All so. I'm concerned. They're the ones that fix it. If they were fixing it would have been done a lot sooner than one. So let's go ahead and get a tax doctor Klein been trying to get this missed it for the last three times white spots on my arms. What do I do? Okay. Very frequently this this'll be caused by something called Tenny Aversa colour versus color is a fungus very very common here in Florida. And so the way that you treat this one easy way to figure out this. This is what's going on is to find yourself into a gentlemen's club. You know, the kind where the girls kind of a very friendly, and they have black lights on the walls. They're an unfriendly. I've never been to unfriendly one and the black lace will actually make these white spots glow. Very faintly. Okay. And that's your diagnosis. You can go to the doctor software snake? You something called a Wood's lamp, but that's gonna cost your doctor's office. Okay. Sometimes you're stopping in for beer will do the job the way that you treat. This is with head and shoulders shampoo and something called tea tree oil, you take a leader or a half a liter of head and shoulders shampoo. Ripped the top off of it and put one ounce of tea tree oil directly into the shampoo and use it as a body wash. She's standing under the shower you rinse off. So it's nice. You get nice and wet then lathered this stuff up from the top your head to the tip your toes in every square centimeter in between and set back from the shower for about sixty seconds. Let it soak into its job it'll start killing back for fungus. It works very very nicely. But Tenny Aversa colors with the most likely possibility is I mean, there's some rare things that'll happen. If you're white spots. I'm not gonna scare the hell out of you. But. Really here in Florida. That's the most likely thing and the old time docs, used to call them sunspots because it would tan all around these areas, they'd say, well, you know, it's the reverse freckles. It's really not the fungus absorbs ultraviolet light. So that the area under that doesn't tan it doesn't it doesn't see the tanning effective. Ultraviolet light. Just like a living breathing sunscreens kind of interesting. So you are at risk for burn after you start trading it, but you do need to get rid of it. Next question. Next question. We'll head back to the phone lines and talk with JoAnne calling in from mount Dora, JoAnne, welcome to the show which a question for Dr David Klein, thank you. Dr Klein you were talking early on about all the brochures getting in the mail about signing up for a healthcare plan. You talking specifically about Medicare people like some of us are. No, no, I'm talking about Medicare age Medicare won't send you anything. Okay. If something's coming from Medicare. It's it's not going to be a problem. You know, they're going to send you a benefits analysis. And so forth. That's fine. Okay. But it's when you get them from these companies. Okay. And it could be very easily recognizable companies like United. It could be Aetna. Could be Blue Cross could be signet doesn't really matter could be the pup went out of business. You know, they grabbed a lot of a lot of people took their money, and then went out of business, but the long and short of it is the flyers are very very important. Look at them not to buy anything because it's not a product anybody with any sense would want to do if you live under a bridge. These HMO's make sense if you're not living under a bridge. The last thing you wanna do. So you have to look at it. And just make sure that that there's not a statement in there that says that if you do not respond to this. It's going to be considered an affirmative decision. So look at them do not just routinely throw them out. Now, I get the same brochures. Okay. I know exactly what to look for. But a lot of people don't they look they get these things that go. Oh, I don't need that they tear it up or they just shove it into the trash without ripping it up. You have to look at it. And make sure you're not an in process of being screwed. Joins that makes sense. Does. And I've shown a whole bunch of them in the shredder. Keep your eyes open. Thank you so much.

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"aversa" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"It is about forgetting is about living through devices, leaving thrill the people and the opposite is silence. Insys about turning realm eight degrees focusing on yourself in the sense that you don't live a more eco Centric life. I think sinus much about seeing yourself. It's about understanding the world is about respecting all the people. It's about knowing the earth even more. You you studied philosophy. I'm curious, have philosophers set anything in regards to silence like, what do they think? Is it something that they value? Is it how do they describe silence out of the descriptive and benefits of it? Crush not. Also also oneself stock brought the book because. I read a philosopher spotting. Something really interesting about silence. I kept all sking Los Aversa ball too, because didn't find myself on then. I'm the Sulu somehow philosophers in general assist, Kim by several interested incitements think space. De grave misunderstanding in the sense that first year the new law Sophy not the thing comes from nothing on the, of course. That's correct. Also thinkable silence as nothing. Nothing. I think that's what benefit also I have been doing, but in the Trump to show that silences both. Nothing silences something something comes from something. So I think that's, you know. Mistake that philosophers doing for quite a few hundred years. Of course, in the oldest, like I resulted on cuto on others said that the all the words recount fund in the Maurer's is getting quiet or get silence that's than evil experience the truth. So you experienced silence I am sure. In the way you're talking about when you walked by foot the Arctic south pole, you're alone for fifty days. What was that? Like? What? What did that experience of silence feel like and also, I mean, what? What were what? What did you perceive? I guess I'm asking what was the phenomena logical experience of of silence of being alone in the south pole for fifty days taking what's interesting I experienced the most people are done in the same place that for the first hour. So first couple days of on the. Silence disturbing, especially the first might also the second bay by head. Most fielded noise was up through the silent around me. It was wide all the horizon skyser blue not to solve, but still have all this noise in my head. Thinking. I was talking presence, but done. Slowly started the ducks to circumstances. I still thinking started more to experience the rural as it was there. Than a soccer field war more comfortable. As days unreach- housefly I started to see that stop. Totally. Why in tartikoff's austral it's has small by Asian. So blues renew pinkish collision in in the snow in the is the smell totally flat eater start to see more more details structures in the snow on the ends Sunday. In that sense, the nature of the experience of the moment came because on richer on victim better, having a dialogue with the nature of the sending some of these oats getting Foltz back. Again, of course, mental, these experiences are expenses kinda hall the some bustles woma points from big up what the words. Limits on new experiences if to describe era fingle to life in words, you admits on this health because I think it's MENA thinks a knife, which is. Which is the worst. So for me, the silence to those fifty days nights became, you know, sinus the Cam somehow by best friend, silence has its own nine. So I think you know, it's, it's him fifth to be alone for on sign for some parts of life. It's not possible, but all the parts for life it, you don't have to sell Folsom hope you have to find your old cell phone. When you say you stopped thinking, do you mean like you stopped having that internal dialogue in your head. No, it's still thinking about life back home. Boras of thinking about this girl of shit was loved me. You know, this kind of the struggles that we have.

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"aversa" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Well one the youth is really against lakers not just because of the age but because of the carrying potential in the toll capabilities of those youngsters one lebron's face diversity in these playoffs you know what he did he said swap out this line of go veteran right and that wasn't his meg is my guys he said that wasn't his best lineup it was just trust and this experience when aversa hits the young lakers who is he going to say experienced enough to trust and maybe bring that superstar woodham i think that's tough to you couple that you gotta see golden state in the semis or houston in semis one of them yup he i think that's no it's clearly a more difficult road but let's be houston's really good golden state forget about it boston is going to be better than they were year ago we are saying we to your point maybe add this pieces in it doesn't fit as well as you hope but if you add kyrie irving gordon hayward to that team do you anticipate the philadelphia seventy sixers being better because this was their first time at the party this is the first time the fans and joel embiid been in there they got to the second round which in retrospect even though they were favored to beat boston it's pretty good for your first time at the party that's pretty good oh yeah gray the difference and agree with you that lebron is not going to be terribly patient in less he has a whole season to get these guys ready for those moments if he comes in this isn't a i can't have rodney hood and jordan clarkson out here right now these guys have been here for a month i got i need my guys yeah i need my okay but if he plays an entire season with these guys gigging get them up to where they need to be much more likely than if he just got helicoptered in right before the playoffs started which is kind of what happened in the other direction that if i can get these guys where i need them i can't go deal with houston i can't go deal with golden state after one year yeah i mean look he needs his wayne wait he needs his chris bosh.

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"aversa" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on KGO 810

"But i don't want to joke about it it was pretty serious stuff so this book again it's called from cold war too hot piece in american ambassador and putin's russia had to run it through the the state department until twice twice some of the more sensitive things about the things we're talking about right now so the specificity of the nature of the threats we had to pull out because how did we gather those and so that's that's always a game in this intelligence world right we use these very sophisticated technologies to gather intelligence spies and humid and sega right so humid is human intelligence cigarette is signals intelligence as your phone that's your computer but the way we do it constrains what we're allowed to say about it because if we told people how we got it then the russians might figure out what we're doing is your mice aversa is there anybody in the trump administration that you trust now gina hospital do you think that was good we had hayden on eight hayden told me that that he thought that despite the torture and the one hundred eighty three waterboarding or whatever khalid that did she would stand up to trump you feel that that's worth having her in there despite some of those past transgressions for lack of a better word i don't know to be honest i don't know her personally i worked with a lot of people at the john brennan the former director i worked with him for three years at the white house i have a lot of respect for him and that he endorsed her means something to me but that's a world that i didn't deal with of the people that are there though i there is one person who worked with me at stanford i suspect it'll be coming back when he's done that's secretary mattis the did the fence secretary i have a lot of respect for him and i've seen him it's one thing to say you will stand up to trump i've seen him do it he's done it and we need more people like that i don't like the way the president is compelling some of these justice folks and and and and and pushing them.

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"aversa" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"We were all at six on the row we we lost every game on the road in aversa lanta win and we won that series against cleveland loss every game on a row when seven we won that series we didn't win it so we went to detroit we got one we got two wins in detroit and then one win in la why is it so i mean i i attended by fans why the homes are still ten feet i don't how can you have these wild mood swings maybe for i think for us we were playing but we were going against other teams that have pros on a team that we're trying to win trying to move forward it wasn't like it was just a cakewalk and we should have just walked through these things they are pretty good players on your team at the time joe johnson was on atlanta mike bibby was on atlanta josh smith was on atlanta and children's will donate horford with on a land that we know what cleveland had that year so those were were tough teams i think that for the young guys maybe they missed their special you know sometimes you have a pre game meal the same one that that can't throw you off man you want your ridicule he creatures of habit and you want to be comfortable when you're doing what you're doing sometimes i could tell you of it now making no excuses mommy i didn't get my seat before the game come on man professional millionaire athlete might be too stiff have your lower back laura hurting a little bit oh all right eddie house good seeing you coming up next we're not banging on golden state they're the luckiest dynasty of all time it is official with the breaking news.

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"aversa" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on No Agenda

"Albert aversa to twenty two dollars and three two to the fifth donation for episode two to the tenth nice new homeowner goat karma because na karma works shout out the sir mike of wakefield from the ancient shire in virginia some after e p shape shifting jews would be just perfect love no agenda l from cc cryptic no i get it i'll put this the shape shifter's in end of show jobs on i'm sorry i didn't do jobs or just go karma good new new homeowner goat karma i'm sorry here we go you've got it works reliably informed and ms jamie christianson in selburne texas ms ms ms ms i said ms two hundred and ten dollars ms jamie of the highway currently in clay clear born texas labor here's my ten bit donation to the ten to the best podcasts divest podcast in the universe i'm halfway damehood and realize i have yet to be d do so do that spend deed do fresh this is no jingles no karma seventy three's though and e o p five is probably her mobile wait or no i don't know could be could be part of a club station while seventy three's and eighty eights november three echo oscar papa from kilo five alpha charlie charlie it m k cabinet and go my razek in brentwood california two hundred even it'll be our last associated executive producer just want to say to you both i would like to just wanna say thank you to you both i would also like to thank all those who support the show if one of you can pronounce my name right i will match this donation.

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"aversa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Advocates of having the first woman leading the spy agency is deputy director she's had exposure to president trump advice aversa advised him and she's helped lead the agency but equally important point of pride within the cia is it she spent much of her career as a working spy she was chief of station in at least one of her postings and she was deputy director of the national clandestine service and not just an analyst or bureaucrat she was out in the field that's her strength but it's also a point of controversy because she played a role and it's never been entirely clear what role but she did play a role in the waterboarding of the of the bush era interrogation and secret prisons that many call torture and this came up when she was nominated to be deputy she got got through it but it's going to be raised again people will ask about how much he knew how much she did there have been reports from propublica new york times and others that she personally oversaw the torture waterboarding and otherwise of several al qaeda leaders and then in a something that really rankles the intelligence committee or at least some members then she ordered the destruction of the videotapes of those sessions so it could be investigated later so is the president trying to send us in the world a message by appointing her to this i think not you know he did has accepted the advice and he said it publicly secretary mattis that it's not worth it that it's counterproductive to be waterboarding but at times he does say he does want guantanamo kept open he hasn't said anyone there but he maintains that he sometime will i think that's not a part of her background her straights that make her the nominee here it is something that will be asked about it the hearings but i don't i don't think the president is really trying to send a signal there except that there is a strong experience nominee and the president noted there's a woman head of the cia which is overdue but remarkable step.

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"aversa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"aversa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Use the bathroom don't look at anyone and you're all in this team tube of misery the flying through the air okay let's talk about katy perry katy perry is definitely not flying in coach and she's not flying in first class he is flying private right and when she gets somewhere she's getting their late so here's the story from tmz now you tell me if this is an actual story or if this is just a sad attempt to get some buzz going for the new american idle okay production sources telling tmz that katy perry is almost always late to the audition rounds she showing up between ten and twenty five minutes after call time and it's been very frustrating for show producers but the other judges luke bryan and lionel ritchie are just not upset about it they are totally fine and there's a bigger issue here the judges are good their chemistry is good but the problem that they're seeing here with this american idle reboot which is going to debut on abc this spring is that there's no comedic tension there's no like paul aversa simon there's no blake verses adam like there is on the voice right katie is fun lionel has a strong point of view luke is all about the country music but there's just no kind of like jabbing at each other even in a serious or a funny way and some of the production pros are worried that that is that that kind of heat is what really makes the show i hit and that they're going to have a hard time with it and boy i mean the budget for this thing is just gangbusters yeah they gotta make a lotta they've got to have a lot of your ship in order to make money on it well they say the mysteries good rate right they said the chemistry is good but there's no you know the blake adam fighting is funny on the boys he gets old though yeah it's the only thing that you remember 'cause you don't remember the contestants i mean the only contestant the.

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