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2020 MTV Europe Music Awards: BTS, Lady Gaga win top awards
"At the MTV Europe Music Awards BTS and Lady Gaga. South Korean pop group took four awards, including best song for Dynamite and Best Group Last night, Lady Lady Gaga Gaga won won the the best best artist artist prize prize beating beating out out Harry Harry Styles. Styles. Justin Justin Bieber. Bieber. Djoliba, Djoliba, Miley Miley Cyrus, Cyrus, and and the the weekend weekend she she did did not not win win best best video, video, though though that that went went to to deejay College for pop star
Joe Biden gives remarks to country from Wilmington, Delaware
"President Joe Biden is set to give remarks to the country from Wilmington, Delaware, as his lead over President Trump grows in Key states at this hour. Joe Biden's elite in Pennsylvania has grown to nearly 29,000 votes in Nevada. It's more than 22,000 votes in Arizona, His leaders shrunk a bit, too just shy of 30,000 votes is more votes were counted there. Biden was hoping to make a bit of a victory speech tonight outside the Chase Center in Wilmington. But the race is not yet projected by CBS News or other major news organizations. And so we expect him instead to urge patience and unity in the country. CBS News contributor Peter Mayer, a veteran of the White House beat is with us and Peter. It seems that Biden is trying to strike a careful balance. Well, he certainly is. Steven, the former vice president is clearly within striking distance of the goal of his political life. The presidency he may not want to outright will proclaim victory here tonight, but he obviously wants to build up the image of inevitability, right? I think you're right, Peter, and let's listen in as Joe Biden addresses the country live from Wilmington, Delaware. Good evening. Fellow Americans. You don't have a final declaration. Victory yet. But the numbers tell us it's clear. It's clear and convincing story. We're going to win this race. Just look what has happened since yesterday. 24 hours we're behind in Georgia. Our head and we're gonna win that state. 24 hours ago. We're behind offensive alien and we are going to win Pennsylvania. And now we're ahead. But we're winning in Arizona, Nevada. In fact, Arlie just doubled in Nevada. Ron Tract of over 300 electoral votes. Electoral college votes. Look at the national numbers. I'm going to win this race with a clear majority with nation behind us. You've gotten over 74 million votes. Repeat that 74 million votes. That's more than any presidential ticket has ever gotten in the history of United States of America. Our vote total is still growing. BT Donald Trump over four million votes. That's a margin is still growing as well. One of things I'm especially proud of is how well we've done across America. And we're going to be the first Democrat to win in Arizona and 24 years. We're going to be the first Democrat to win George in 28 years. And we've rebuilt the blue wall in the middle of country that crumbled just four years ago. Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, the Heartland of this nation. I know watching these vote tallies on TV moves very slower, slow and it's Has slow As it goes, it could be numbing. But never forget that tallies aren't just numbers. They represent votes and voters, men and women who exercise their fundamental right to have their voice heard. What's becoming clear each hour. Is that a record number of Americans of all races face religions. Chose change over Mohr of the same They've given us a mandate for action on covert economy, climate change systemic racism. They made it clear they want the country to come together, not continue to pull apart. People spoke more than 74 million Americans. They spoke loudly for our ticket. While we're waiting for the final results. I want people to know we're not waiting to get the work done and start up start the process yesterday. Senator Harris and I held meetings with groups of experts in public health and economic and the economic crisis this country is facing. And pandemic, as you also know is getting more worrisome all across the country. Daily cases or skyrocket. It is now believed that we could spike see as many as 200,000 cases in a single day. The death tolls approaching 240,000 lives lost this virus. That's 240,000 empty chairs, kitchen tables and dining room tables all across America. I'll never be able to measure all that pain and the loss the suffering of so many families have experienced. You know something about what it feels like, lose to something it feels like to lose someone. We want them to know they're not alone. Our hearts break with you. When everyone everyone you know, on day one. We're going to put our plan to control this virus into action. We can't save any of the lives lost. Any of those have been lost, but we can save a lot of lives in the months ahead. Senator Harris and I also heard yesterday. About how this recovery slowing. Because of the failure get the pandemic under control. Or the 20 million people are on unemployment. Millions are worried about making rent. Putting food on the table. Economic plan. We'll put a focus on a path to a strong recovery. Look, we both know tensions are high. They can be high. After a tough election one like we've had We don't remember. We have to remain calm. Patient, let the process work out. As we count all the votes. You know, we're proving again What we proved for 244 years in this country. Democracy works. Your vote will be counted. I don't care how hard people try to stop it. I will not let it happen. People will be heard. Our journeys toward a more perfect union, and it keeps moving on. In America. We hold strong views. Have strong disagreements, and that's okay. Longest, strongest agreements are inevitable. In a democracy. Strong disagreements are healthy. They're a sign of a vigorous debate of deeply held views. We have to remember. The purpose of our politics isn't total unrelenting, unending warfare. No. Purpose of our politics. The work of the nation isn't a fan the flames of conflict. But to solve problems. To guarantee justice to give everybody a fair shot. To improve the lives of our people. Maybe opponents, but we're not enemies were Americans. No matter who you voted for. I'm certain of one thing. Vast majority of them. 150 mayor 150 Million Americans voted They want to get the vitriol out of our politics. Certainly not going to agree on a lot of issues. At least we can agree to be civil with one another. Have to put the anger and the demonization behind us. It's time for us to come together as a nation to heal. It's not gonna be easy. We have to try. My responsibility as president, we will be to represent the whole nation. We want you to know. Our work is hard for those who voted against me as those who voted for me. Catch the job. That's the job. Is called the duty of care for all Americans. I have serious problems to deal with Kovar economy to racial justice, climate change. I don't have any more time to waste on partisan warfare. You know, and more than that we have such an incredible opportunity to build the future We want for our kids and our grandkids. I've said many, many times. I've never been more optimistic about the future of this nation. There is no reason We can't on the 21st century. Just need to remember who we are. This is the United States of America. There's never been anything anything. My name's unable to do unable to accomplish when we've done it together. I hope to be talking you tomorrow. Well, thank you all. May God bless you and May God protect our troops tonight
Biden supporters in Chicago: We will not stop until every vote is counted
"Their their voices voices heard heard Wednesday Wednesday over over concerns concerns that that not not all all votes votes in in favor favor of of Biden Biden will will be be killed. killed. We We are are out out here here even even though though votes votes are are being being counted counted because because their their efforts efforts to to suppress both that were cast Legally and we will not stop until every vote is counted, Protest some about the election. Others about about racial racial racial inequality inequality inequality inequality took took took took place place place place in in in in at at at at least least least least a a a a half half half half dozen dozen dozen dozen cities, cities, cities, cities, including including including including Los Los Los Los Angeles, Angeles, Angeles, Angeles, Seattle, Seattle, Seattle, Seattle, Houston, Houston, Houston, Houston, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis and and and and San San San San Diego. Diego. Diego. Diego. Bt Bt Bt Bt news news news news time time time time 904 904 904 904 Here's Here's your your
BTS #35 Excerpt: What is the Endocannabinoidome? w/ Vincenzo Di Marzo, PhD
"Absolutely. And for those listening that maybe don't have such a technical technical background on cannabinoids science. How would you describe the concept of the Endo cannabinoid Dome to somebody? Okay. So basically, you know with the word. Oh now we make new words containing the the the prefix the suffix off to identify very large system. So we have the Janome with the metabolism. We have the proteome and so on and so forth. So the Endo the endocannabinoid Ang Ang came in a way from you mentioned before the the study that roughly mechoulam in which we collaborating collaborated on the Entourage effect. So basically what we perceived is that in what we were measuring. In fact when we were measuring endocannabinoids is that this these two molecules and under minded to a g were accompanied by dog Plethora of other compounds and this compounds this metabolites were chemically and biochemically similar meaning that you know, an undermined into a Jeep belongs to you know, mm different families of metabolites. And these are the Ennis. I'll at the moment and the and the monocyte whistles some of which were already known. In fact, even one of two thousand kids, but even longer than that before the end of cannabinoids were discovered. So the nobody knew really how these molecules were acting so Rafi in a vegetative way that this is really is his main feature is creativity and Imagination thought about this. These are accompanying molecules that are there too practical to make make the two big actors look even more important than they are so it's an Entourage or you know, when politicians go around and they take with them a lot of birth. Of the accompanying people and that that's certainly part of the of the picture but that then we started realizing that these compounds in fact do have a molecules do have targets of their own. So the endocannabinoid if you wish is is a kind of evolution of the of the Entourage effect. Molecules like the NSA little minds or the Mona Lisa started being investigated receptors were being found and and this created of course exciting but also complications because you know, the pharmacologists ended the drug developers were the therapeutic drug developers were we're thinking okay, we can we can manipulate wage levels of the end of since they are so strongly involved in pathology. We can manipulate the levels of the endocannabinoids of an undermined and 2G in order to make more of these compounds where they're needed or to reduce the amount their amount where they're produced in an excessive that manner so you can do that by manipulating the the degradation of the biosynthesis of endocannabinoids, but then when it was found that and we found we and many others that and under might has the same biochemical Pathways as other in a salad all mines which have different receptors from the cannabinoid. Just this created a strong complication. We cannot really manipulate the levels of an endermite in this way without manipulating the levels of the other previously known as entering compounds but having an identity and and in the mechanism of action of independent from the endocannabinoids of their own so they can have been a dome is basically the the the bigger System including Napoleon undermine and 2G and their main receptors which are simply one CB2 but also bought some of the other receptors foreign under my tend to agree because these are two very promiscuous molecules unlike THC. This is one major difference from between between the endocannabinoids and the plants and and happy now it's dead or at least between between the endocannabinoid and THC and then it was found that in fact, even the biosynthesis and degradation of of these 2 khong Will not be only mediated by one or two enzymes there was a redundancy of biosynthetic and degrading enzymes and and sometimes it ingredient X will not degrade enzymes because they were simply converting an undermined and 2 g into molecules which had different receptors. And this is you know, this is this may seem strange but not two people like like me off at the bioactive lipids all their life, you know, all bye-bye activities are transformed into something different and come from something different with the different biological a month or so, and then there is the containers of an under my dental legited what we call the previously the Entourage compound which have their own receptors, even though they share with the endocannabinoid the same battle synthetical Pathways. And then finally there were other molecules which have different biochemical dead. Pathways as the end of cannabinoids better nevertheless, they're not congeneres. They're not like cousins not they're not like brothers and sisters but their cousins so you have a tennis I'll amide. And in fact when we collaborated with the and with with the with the other groups, we we found that in fact particularly with the group of my coworker the late my coworker. We we found that many many compound many amino acids could make a might with fatty acids and this could create an almost incredible number of new combinations between the 10 or 15 fatty acids and 20 amino acids. So just just imagine all the permutations and and so this compounds actually exist as as the group of other brands show as also recently investigated and and so it's really we're talking now about a huge number of chemical mediators. So the endocannabinoid open their containers their analogues, which may or may have not different similar biochemical Pathways normally have different receptors dead. We we talking about the several other targets that undermined into the G have Beyond City 162. We're talking about other enzymes. So we're talking about something something about more than a 250 chemical mediators more than fifty enzymes and and receptors and some of these receptors were actually known previously like the wage channels or the or the P bars and and and the interesting thing is that you know, of course we when the end of conversation became so big Then the next question was okay. THC is the only out of 100 and more a plan cannot be known that interact with the endocannabinoid system. What about maybe maybe if you don't look only at the end of can access them, but we look at the expanded n. Can have this Summit this and maybe the other cannabinoids with interact with the endocannabinoid home, even though they don't in fact with the entertainment system. This is true to a large
K-Pop band BTS scores huge hit on South Korea stock market in management firm's IPO
"And girl groups have been a huge force the music industry for decades Now, some came together organically childhood friends who met in church You're harmonizing street corners. Then there were those who were manufactured. Take, for example, Menudo or the Spice Girls. But in recent years no one has dominated the space quite like the mostly prefab pop bands coming out of South Korea. K pop, as it's known in the West is South Korea's biggest export worth about $5 billion and is expected to rake in more than 10 billion for the country over the next decade. At the moment. The biggest fan of them all is a seven person group known as BTS, who are enormous global superstars, and they flooded the American pop music scene in the past few years. And 2017 BTS was the first group from Korea ever to win a Billboard award. And just this past summer, BTS became the first all Korean actor hit number one on USS Top Billboard chart Top 100. With its first all English track called Dynamite. Shoes on remarkable mill. That's right. Get trump not unknown like a rotten things. When a market jump up to the cabin, the throne, think down coming on my phone. Nice piano, gamma pain. This'll be like money. And just yesterday they became the first K pop group to land on billboards. Rap albums chart. Okay, That's the music side. But perhaps the most interesting development in the bands. Cultural dominance recently is BTS and its label offered an AIPO on the stock market in Seoul. Those are the eye popping fax about K pop, But they're so are the reports of how these groups come to be, including how many are groomed from a young age, their lives dictated by managers and coaches who monitor their diets and they're dating lives. Joining us Now it examines the business of K Pop is writer and self described K pop columnist at Billboard. Jeff Benjamin, Jeff, Thanks for being with US Hello. Thank you for having me So just to be clear this AIPO is not an investment literally in this one band. So what did investors actually buy into Yeah, I think you know, really great metaphor when we're talking about the music industry in South Korea is kind of going back to that time of Motown or even the old Hollywood studios where it's not just one label that only distributes their music, but rather, it's sort of buying into the larger vision GTs is under a big hit entertainment. Which is ah, larger label talent agency that not only houses BTS to distribute their music but manages them handles. Their outside projects are the ones that are kind of developing more acts putting out their music videos. Working on their endorsement deals is kind of an all in one system where it's not just about the music per se, but rather sort of The larger entertainment aspects of all their artists, and that's kind of what the that's why you hear them called big Kid Entertainment versus Say, You know our Republic records or universal music. So people are buying into big hit entertainment. Exactly, And you know, that's just not even that's not even just BTS. BTS has, of course, sort of been the namesake artists that that people know especially here in America, You know, I think they're also buying into what the company has shown with their other artists, Thiss labeled big in Entertainment. They put out a second boy band. Already they've actually bought and invested in some other large K pop companies to sort of build up their roster. I think they're really trying to show that Hey, we're not one hit wonder. We're not just depending done this one group for our revenue, but rather were investing in things that even go beyond music. They have their other artists. Big Head entertainment has created its own technology sects, and they've been able to create different applications. Different ways to interact with fans be a fan club. They're doing a lot to show that. Hey, we air something that we have a lot to offer the industry and it's not just about One band one type of music, but rather so many aspects
See who won at the BET Hip Hop Awards
"Hop A wall raids are in the neighborhood news. Yeah, they they went down and I got to say I want every other awards show to watch with the BT Hip Hop Awards did because when they had the part that they had the BT Awards, they did a phenomenal job and again beats He really brought it. And you know what I love? They didn't do the whole stage the fake, you know, applause. I think it's still seem like an orchard. They just like they put on a great show. And so instead of the stage they had, you know, like a couch, and they had people just chill in talking about the the category, And then they would give away an award and then in between there and mix it with these dope performances. I mean, they had little Wayne and two chains close out the show. They had a really great performance between big shot and she may just seeing them together was so Q on DH then, of course, the ciphers that everybody talks about who had the best this in that. Did you see that? Going to be downside for two queens Go here. This is this was the best, but it's about to be Tianna Taylor, Brandy, Erykah Badu and her. This was hers Part. But I'm making exceptional Filipino queen. My money green vegetable who the first black woman to own a festival Barbie without the plastic of classic collectible, respectable shading the skeptical, say, a prayer, Briana Taylor seemed intentional. Black queens with trees, beautiful exception. You know, you wanna be down but still interested, So they get their man. It was so tough on you. You remember Brandy did this back in 2014? She had the same like I want to be down performance, but that's him. She had M C Lyte Yo Yo and Queen Latifah. And so it's kind of like a little bit of an updated version with like the ladies that are really big right now, And I just thought, you know, seeing them come together. It was a really, really dope. It was potato, right? Brandy her Erykah Badu, Right. Oh, man, a hell that it was. I loved it. I really thought it was dope, but also just real quick. Best new hip hop artists, pop smoke. They also patriot to him as well. Lyricist of the year rap city lady, You know what's crazy about that is I had Rhapsody when I was watching it right. Because I just think that she represents a so well and I know that later on she was going to win that award. I just hate her because I was looking at other, you know, performances and I was like, man, that's a queen right there. And I love her. You know, seeds at that big man. Yeah, congrats on the win is the Bt hip upwards and like I said, pay attention because they know how to do it Right. All right. For more
Jason Capra, C-53 Restorer, Discusses His Latest Restoration
"We're talking about fifty three's horse because you've got one that that you've been heavily involved in in restoring. Can You? Let us sit back put our feet up and just tell us the story of this particular airplane and Maybe even backtrack a little bit sort of how you how you came across it what was the path that led you to it, and then the airplanes history itself yeah. That'd be more than happy to so just I've been lucky enough to be involved with another organization and warbirds Incisa teenager, and that was the Berlin airlift historical foundation They have this fifty four spirit of freedom. which unfortunately was just written off due to a tornado passed down in North Carolina. But I was I was lucky to be involved with that and be around Douglas Prop liners in big airplanes warbirds since I was a teen about fourteen or fifteen. So I I've been on the airshow circuit and I had been flying with Tim on that airplane and working on it. So I really got a really good hands on experience on working on these things. And I just so happen to be on my way home from Ground School for my airline that I fly for about five years ago. Now, her now I'm sorry, six years ago. And I was driving back to Pittsburgh and just got tired of being on the interstate. So I started taking all these backroads just trying to get lost. and seeing what I could find stumble across and ended up coming through this little town in Ohio called beach. City Ohio. And came around the bend and there's a grass airstrip sitting there and Kinda like flying community. There's houses with hangers attached to the. And then down at the end of the airport where the road parallels the runway there was. About twenty open air hangars that were in deplorable shape with their rotting away underneath of them. And right on the other side of that hanger was this DC three just. Basically, you know it's painted been oxidized and was turned powder, and there was mold growing on it and just windows were laminated didn't fogged over and the fabric honor flight controls were torn and it was just about the saddest thing I think I've ever seen in my life. And knowing that that airplane deserved better and I always joked about me and I'd love to find one of those barns. Fine words. You know it's kind of a dream for some of us out there that maybe one day you'd be Lucky enough to stumble across something like that. And and and here's this DC three that I know nothing about that clearly hasn't flown in ages. And I pulled off to the side of the road and walked over and walked around it and just everything about it just broke my heart and you could tell, and we always talk about these old airplanes having souls but this thing. This thing was crying out for helping and I cure it and I don't know why but right then and there I just kind of looked at the airplane and I said don't worry old girl. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do something help you And When I left that day I was on a mission to track down the guy who. Owned it or whoever owned it, and I was going to try and see if there was something we could do to save. And that's pretty much how that started. Did you ever think that. You'd you'd actually own something like this I mean this is the spree a significant. Did you ever think you'd actually make it happen? no. I always thought I would own award and and have an organization of some such but My sites were being set on either a bt thirteen or maybe a cheese six. something a little bit more manageable and definitely a lot smaller. But it was just one of those things that I. You know has been working with Tim in the C fifty four for so long and I saw how essentially three or four dedicated people could make a four engined douglas work. And I thought well, if I could get two or three dedicated people, there's no reason we couldn't make a DC three work is half the size. And Tim always said that you know in his words he said anybody can operate a DC three if you have a little bit of knowledge and. He always said there's hope for you to on day. It was a joke. You know what? I he was right, and here we go. So we're going to give us shot so. That's awesome. So so what was the next step? How did you go about tracking down the owner? So I actually went on the FAA's website and just typed in the on number and. and. Sure. Enough. It came up with the gentleman's name is name was Ken Joseph. And So I saw that he lived in the Akron area somewhere. So then I just googled Ken Joseph Akron Ohio. And every Joseph that popped up I just blindly called and asked if they were the individual that on the DC three at the Beach City Airport. So it took me about three weeks to get hold of him and actually got a hold of his son I and he put me in touch with him. and. I just asked if I could come out and talk with them about the airplane and and take a look at it more in depth than I already did. And he agreed to that and he didn't know. Anything very much about the history of the airplane prior to it being the east to be the governor's airplane of the State of Ohio. And that was about the end of his knowledge is to what it was where it was. But obviously, I, I saw from the data plate inside when I went in that it was built an accepted on January nineteen forty two. Something like listening definitely has some combat history military history and nobody's seemingly knows what that is. I'm going to have to dive into that and find out. But So, after I talked with Ken for a while I told him I said, would you ever be interested in selling this? And he said, no, not at all I've had this airplane for since nineteen ninety three and he's like multiple people ask me all the time and I'm just not interested. and Said Okay and I said, well, let me tell you of the one of the other airplanes I fly and work on and. Were give me a chance I. I would do my best in in hyphen very confident that we would be able to give it a retirement that. This this other airplane I fly has and I think that's what she deserves and I think that's probably what you would like to see happen to it. I. Just need you to give me a chance. So we went back and forth for about a month or two and finally called me and said, all right. Here's the deal. I'll sell you the airplane for one hundred, thousand dollars. It comes with to spare engines. And you've got one year to come up with the the total balance of the airplane, you can put whatever you WANNA put down on it as collateral. But if you don't have the money by this time a year from now. I keep the airplane and your money. Wow that's a harder. The race was on to. The race was on to make it happen.
The Benefits Of Hypnotherapy
"Hey Alex welcome to the show. It's great to have you here today and I'm excited to chats about well not. So commonly now on topic today well, and maybe there's also quite a few misconceptions about it. hypnotherapy could you please introduce yourself and tell audience what mindset health does show? So Yup, hi, I'm Alison Coach of Health We build hypnosis spaced digital therapeutics for chronic health conditions like IBS anxiety. So essentially, the programs developed by doctors and psychologists to. Use hypnosis hypnosis based techniques to help people self that conditions right and so so what should our listeners like imagine? So it's an APP and it's kind of guiding me through hypnotherapy session or what should I imagine? Yeah. Yeah. So safer fell IBS Procam Nova. It's a structured program of audio sessions on order sessions plus psycho education and flare up techniques and essentially think guided meditation and the delivery methods was audio of coming boys getting to you into helping you. Get into a relaxed focused state. Then it's designed by doctors and psychologists teaching coping skills. It's I'm using visualizations to help increase your ability to self regulate. Right. So that's really the core difference between guided meditation sessions ride. They're more about you know folk singing and clearing your mind to some extent whereas hypnotherapy is using some of that. But really with the purpose of inducing you to making it more receptive to while things that you are looking to change your behavior. Exactly exactly. Yeah. That that's a great description of it. Essentially, hypnosis is becoming highly focused and absorbed to the point that you become more suggestive also receive receptive to new ideas or perceptions. So it's not a therapy itself but when it's combined with their PD techniques, cpt, it becomes hypnotherapy and so while because you'll like essentially low lowering your critical faculty and becoming more receptive and I'm in this sort of experiential learning state I'm when wet teaching you coping skills on. Bass coping skills or going through visualizations you really integrate them much more fully and studies have shown. It can actually improved effectiveness bt for many many conditions. Right and this is nothing like what has been popularized in Hollywood movies as being like put into a state where you lose all your awareness about what the hypnotists saying and what you're doing yourself and Sunday, you're chicken. Exactly. Yeah it's much more like if anything it's more a tightened away innocent heightened focus of what they're saying. So compared to say when we're talking about meditation about like clearing clearing your mind, this is much more like folks really focused on what they're saying tow. It's much more of an active active thing that got it, and so what can you really use it for what are like some of the common conditions that you can treated with? So it's been shown to help a variety of. Conditions. So one of the most well studied areas is irritable passenger. So there's been a tape of evidence showing it can reduce help manage symptoms by seventy percent of people by sixty percent reduction. So it's pretty powerful. It can also help with anxiety depression like teaching coping skills that can help you manage stresses and problem solving skills that can say depression. They often make portions when depressed and so teaching people with the skills to help them make better decisions is one way of managing that and. Is such a powerful vehicle for teaching skills. It can be used across a lot of things another well, well-researched area is chronic pain. So there's been a whole heap of evidence supporting it as a way to reduce acute pain in the moment, but also long term chronic pain conditions such as migraines chronic back pain something that's quite recently such. But this a pretty strong evidence behind it is helping reduce Menopausal postmenopausal hot flashes. So there was a study coming out of Baylor University that found hypnosis or a five-week hypnosis program could help reduce the onset and the the occurrence of hot flashes in postmenopausal women by. Eighty percent after the five-week on program. So it's this pretty strong evidence for writing things they sleep on smoking cessation is coming like ones that might people might associate with hypnosis but because it's just a vehicle for therapeutic aches and most people can become focused and absorbed in what they're doing with a movie or driving or in a daydream it is a widely useful tool, right and right now with mindset alfio primarily focused on mental health ibs and chronic pain management that's still in the works from what I understand right? Exactly. So we we started with mental health and essentially Wichmann, Dr Michael, Yap Kerr on the world leader. In hypnosis actually has textbook on clinically uses hypnosis, but he's a depression expert as well. So are we started with mindset which is a series of programs that teach individual skills and cognitive mechanisms round variety of mental health mental areas but with Nova, which is out second program that's structured six week program for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and that was based on a twenty sixteen clinical trial by at Monash. University that found six weeks of DOT therapy could help improve IBM symptoms by an average of sixty percent for seventy percent of people, and we've worked with the ray such a I'm from that study to as essentially take her. Work and then deliver through my ball up right and in the future will be we'll be expanding that that sort of ability of waking with such as for different programs into chronic pain into hot flashes into many different areas.
New Windsor, Orange County, School Bus Crash
"An elementary school bus crash in Orange County this morning left one child critical, several others injured. County execs Steve Newhouse, calling it the worst school bus accident he's ever seen happened just before 8 30 this morning on Route 207 at Little Britain and Beastie Roads and New BT roads. That is a new wind, sir. Crash involved a Little Britain elementary school bus eight kids aboard at a tree trimming truck equipped with a chipper one passenger, a young girl sitting behind the bus driver, according to reports had to be extricated from the wreckage. Described is now being critical but stable Witness Greg Clark heard that crashed out on my back deck, having my morning coffee for nine o'clock. It's been about 8 30, maybe and heard a loud boom and almost sounded like a container was coming off of a garbage truck or something and that from CBS to news there's word. A third vehicle was involved in that crash as well. The bus driver And truck drivers. Also hospitalized in critical condition
GM Reveals All-Electric Hummer
"Had been waiting for an all new all electric version of the Hummer designed for off road and on road use, and with acceleration that would have been impossible in a combustion engine version. We talked with GM President Mark Royce about where this new Hummer will fit in the marketplace. JMC is really the on ly premium truck brand out there. If you think about it. Most of their competitors are brand extensions for that, So we have GMC and we have homer. In a premium channel for trucks, and that's a very distinguishable piece of what we're doing with both brands you have the 84 84 acts and things like that for for GMC. I think you'll see that that grow. But then you have the Hummer. You know, the Hummer model under the GMC umbrella as well, which is sort of the ultimate off road piece of that so very carefully designed and executed with different attributes, different designs and different gotta market strategies. Mark you mentioned competitors. Let's talk about competitors in the E V space you have for now, with a 1 50 evey they've announced you've got, of course, Tesla with their pickup truck. How does this compare this Hummer evey year? The direct competitors against Are you going for a somewhat different market? I think it's like nothing else on believe it that this truck is is very different from What are competitors have described most recently with the peace of the light duty pickup truck, and then a few quite a few months back with What with the other electric only competitors is doing with their truck and I don't I don't really know until we see those come into the marketplace with those trucks are but I can tell you what this is, and this is Right now, Like nothing else. Talk about what may be a sister truck. The badger from Nikola GM obviously announced a fairly large arrangement with nickel a lot of controversy around it. Is the badger going forward. Do you see that? Is something complimentary to what you're doing? The Humber evey? Well, you know, we won't sell in market that truck That will be Nicholas. That's what Nick was doing. And the big difference there is that truck will will have a fuel cell. And so it's still a fuel cell electric truck but quite different or offering with our lt impacts on the pure electric Hummer so very different. But as far as you know, the badger and the nickel deal is going forward. Right now we're going forward and so exciting piece of this is Taking what is I believe the best fuel cell in the world with our fuel cell that is made in our joint venture with Honda right here in Michigan on DH, taking that fuel cell and looking at deploying it in the heavy duty transport market. With large trucks. You know, the class seven and eight and then also in the light duty badger truck that you mentioned. So, yes. So with the Hummer If you put this in the larger context of General Motors and its move into electric vehicles, you've announced the lyric the Cadillac lyric. Now they have the Hummer. Evey is understanding. There's a bold UV coming out as well. How does this fit into the overall portfolio that you're developing? And what comes next? It's a great question. If you look at the way we've designed the platforms, both on the A truck platform are BT Battery Electric truck platform and then are better electric vehicle platform. Those two dedicated platforms are quite different. Onda approach is quite different than many others that are in introducing electric vehicles. Reason why I say that is because again we're deploying our module or pack are multi M battery source out of our Lordstown plant in Ohio. That is Designed and executed to be high volume. And the reason why that's important again for the customer and for for the market is because we can really take because of scale. And chemistry that we've developed. In fact, right here we have a chemistry developing lab for ourselves and our packs right here at the Tech center in Warren, Michigan. That quick development of chemistry and then deploying that chemistry and our lt impacts is really the secret time driving that cost down so that we can offer Not only Hummers and Cadillacs, but Eve's and beyond for the mass market piece of our other brands that do higher volume and right in the heart of the market, like Chevrolet and Chevrolet crossovers, trucks, all of those vehicles and so this has been really, really done very carefully. And that goes also into the electric motors that we're doing ourselves. That was GM President Mark Royce on the All new Hummer evey coming out of thin next year for Bloomberg. First word news. We go
BTS Frenzy Drives Hit K-Pop IPO
"Of money the seven boys of K pop sensations bt s while we were sleeping they each make sixteen million dollars before you up this morning. Agency big hit entertainment became a publicly traded company on the South Korean stock market. And in Seoul. Its first day of trading big hit shares reached two, hundred, thirty, six dollars. So fans tried to buy a share as a piece of them reveal Lia bts earns ninety percent of big hits revenue. Sexy. You buy in this stock me. Yes. You see anything in the news you by now but I do think that there's a part of seeing new stories in jumping ahead. A Long. Term Investment. I mean. The problem is what happens does management group when BTS BREAKS UP? The or no one likes him anymore as is pretty much inevitable with most south musical groups pumped up drop it. Did you buy some? No. They're pumping out hits. It's Not, a buy. Rubbers money.
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"2020 Billboard Music Awards in the books. Kelly Clarkson hosting a proud List theater out in L. A Post Malone, one of the big winners, racking up nine awards, taking on top artists for his top rap album, Hollywood's leading Billy, I'll Ish went home with three awards, including top female artist Garth Brooks Country Legend was presented by the Ah former recipient share for the Icon award.
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"The music? I I got got the the number number one one and and number number two two songs songs in in the the nation. nation. Right Right now now we're we're talking talking the the South South Korean Korean boy boy band band BTS BTS Way Way taking taking the the stage stage tonight. tonight. 2020 Billboard Music Awards here in Los Angeles, like many artists will be appearing virtually or with tape performances due to the covered 19 pandemic. Others set to perform include the likes of Alicia Keys, cane brown Blue Combs Post. Malone will take the stage. He's leading the way with 16 nominations tonight. This show will be hosted again by Kelly Clarkson. It airs live from the little Be theater. It'll be on NBC. And tonight
Korean boy band BTS faces uproar in China over war comments
"Nationalists erupting in anger at South Korean boy band BTS after its leader thank Korean War veterans for their sacrifices. The singer known Justus Our M made the remark during an acceptance speech for an awards saluting the group for promoting US Korean relations. Chinese Internet users and state media claimed the comments are a slap it China whose soldiers fought with North Korea during a failed attempt to annex the South,
Korean boy band BTS faces uproar in China over war comments
"South Korean boy band BTS over a remark by its leader thanking Korean War veterans. An uproar erupted on Chinese social media after members of the group accepted an award for contributing to U. S. South Korean relations. Internet users and state media accused the band of distorting history and ignoring the role played by China in the war, which Chinese Communist Party propaganda blames on the United States. Chinese soldiers fought alongside North Korean forces during their failed attempt to annex South Korea in the 1952 1953 war. The attacks on Beatty, Esther reflected Beijing's increasing assertiveness of broaden enduring Chinese sensitivity about the Korean Peninsula.
Boston Teachers to Rally for Remote Learning
"A lawsuit after the city tells teachers to return to the classroom. This says the corona virus positive infection rate in Boston rose above 4%. The BT used lawsuit is seeking injunction relief, It says teachers air following the language that was agreed upon by the city, and if schools revert to remote learning teachers would also have that option. Mayor Marty Walsh delayed Boston school in person instruction by a week due to an increasing positivity rate, except for students with the highest needs. The teachers union said the district needs to work with them to develop a safe scheduling plan that ensures appropriate staffing. To owners of
WASP Documentarian Erin Miller
"I'm talking today to Aaron Miller. Now, Erin is not a pilot, but she is the granddaughter of a wasp that's women's airforce service pilots, and she has a fascinating story to tell. So Aaron, thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me your welcome so What I'd like is for you to to share with us what what your grandmother has shared with you about her flying story, and then we'll get to your story of how you how you made things right for your grandmother. But can you tell us how she got her starting aviation? So. My Grandmother. Elaine. Dan. For harmon was born in Baltimore Maryland in Nineteen nineteen and she grew up in the city and was born at home in her house. And had two siblings and was very independent. sporty did a lot of rotor bike and very athletic growing up and she attended the University of Maryland in College Park. Maryland for college. and. She did lots of activities there as well. She was a cheerleader she was on the rifle team swim team. She was in a sorority in all kinds of things very active and her senior year of college. She saw an advertisement in the school newspaper for the civilian. Pilot Training. program. Which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with but it was a program in the nineteen thirties to have more people in the United States prepare to get a pilot's license and Senate was I guess subsidized by the US government and it was offered through a lot of universities and university. Of Maryland was one of them. And Anyway. So they had an advertisement for this program where you could learn how to fly and it costs thirty five dollars. Or forty dollars and you got thirty five hours of flight training and ground school and whatever. So my grandma thought that would be cool. So she applied and at the time which doesn't sound like a big deal you're signing up for a class nowadays. But back, then if you were a woman, they only accepted one woman for every ten men in the class. So you kind of had to I don't I never asked her if there were comp competition about this or she just happened to be the only woman that applied I don't really know but anyway. So, she asked her dad for the money and she also had to get a permission slip signed because she was female and under the age of twenty one and not married. So her dad had to sign a permission slip and that's how she initially took pilot training lessons West, through this program at the University of Maryland. Very. Cool. So after she got her thirty five hours, did she continue to fly on her own? Not Really she I think she did a little bit but she basically that was in nineteen, hundred forty, sue her last year of college. She got her pilot's license and then not too long after that, she got married in the summer of nineteen forty one. To my grandfather, and then as your listeners I'm sure. Well, aware six months later Pearl Harbor happened. So I don't think you flying around was generally something that happened. A Lot. So at that point, my grandmother and grandfather were moving around a lot to support the war effort they lived in Ohio at one point for a while and we're kind of working at different places. And and so how did she get back into? So in nineteen, forty, three, I believe there was an big. The Women Airforce Service pilots kind of became newsworthy and there was a little bit of news about them. Newsreel. The old newsreels are in life magazine, and so my grandmother heard about this program called the WAAS. And thought she could apply and she asked my grandfather. If he thought it would be a good idea and he thought it would be a great idea for her. So she applied and she kind of didn't really think she would get in because she really the most she had done was that civilian pilot training program she didn't have a lot of hours. And she kind of applied and thought oh well, we'll see what happens but they accepted her. So that's how she ended up becoming one of the Watson. Then she started training in April of Nineteen, forty four where did she go for Carini? She was in sweetwater Texas Avenger field, which is in western Texas. About an hour west of Abilene Texas. Now. Did your grandfather go there with her when she went there No. So my grandfather was an engineer and he later became a patent attorney, but he was not in the service because he had a physical defect so he was So, he couldn't serve in the army. But he was I think recruited I would say by a company to actually manufactured airplane parts called Jack and Heintz which some people may not because I've seen their parts in the in the warbirds He got sent to Asia to work on a plan to repair aircraft for the US military in theater in the Pacific. So the planes didn't have to be sent back to the continental United States to be repaired to save time. So he got sent over there to work on that program as a civilian, and so he was gone during this time when she was trainy. tweet water. Aircraft was she trained in? So she was trained on I think they were all trained on basic plane. So things like the the steersman PT, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, eighty, sixes, bt, Thirteen's neither all planes that she was training on. And what did she eventually flawed she I assume she was multi current and flew a lot of different airplanes as wasp. Yes. So all the WAAS flu lots of different planes and there were groups of wasps that were trained to fly every plane that was produced during World War Two from little trainer planes all the way up to be twenty nine bomber. So not every wasp was trained to fly every plane obviously but they're little groups trained to fly like you know pursuit crafter bombers or whatever. So. She was trained to fly bt thirteen's to train men in instrument training. So that was her job after she graduated. So she was transferred to Nellis Air. Base. In Las Vegas. And with her best friend from the WAAS Maggie Gee and Magnesia was to- target pilot in Las Vegas. So they were transferred there and my grandma trained men on instrument training in the thirteen. And she was also has some time as a co-pilot on the B seventeen.
Interview with Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
"Interview I started off by asking Malcolm Turnbull. Why he's so interested in Cyber Security and here's what he had to say. Well, it was clearly it's clearly the challenges of his sleigh very real a I guess the question is, why was I personally interested in it? Well, I've always had a big interest in. Networks computing I'm not a you know. On. Climb to have any technical skills. But I ask a lot of questions and try to understand things pretty well, and I've got a conceptual understanding of the challenges facing. I. Took the view that we needed to become. Much, much more alert to cybersecurity challenge I wanted to get Assad is security industry going strike on that was said there was a hall innovation agenda The behind the cybersecurity strategy of twenty six. But. I also wanted to reach out and Mike show the public understood the issue and that business understood the issue because you know it's the point that Rob Joyce might to you in your Hud cast with him. You know the dies win signals. Intelligence organizations could regard the job as being limited only to government is really I've I mean everybody everybody is site connected the attack victis ubiquitous, right? So you've gotta Mike or that everybody. Is maintaining a high level of cybersecurity awareness. My concern was and I think snowden was a very good example of this is a lot of senior leadership even in an organization like the Ns cy would clearly not sufficiently aware. Of who had a systems? Administrator acts level access where data was actually stored You know where it was mirrored probably more relevantly. So there's a there's just it just needed to get a lot more. Level of awareness you know there's a lot of. and. I would still be there today but you know I remember five or six or seven years ago you know just reflecting on how many lodge industrial businesses some in the tech. Telecom. Tech area. Others. Grittier. Industrial, businesses. Would have a lot of machines connected one way or another to the Internet where the user ID was Admin in the password was one, two, three, four, zero. I think I think sadly, we are still somewhat in the same place like things are improving, but it's it's a shocker and you're right people didn't necessarily aware that things were quite as bad as they were Nah, and so I think that so so that's that's why I wanted to take it on and I had got I've learned a lot about network security from paypal the ISD over the years and also from Mike Galvin you're not who I think I mentioned in the in my book in the chapter on the NBN mock was a the guy that had been in charge of the security bought had was had been at that time is like twenty thirteen was in charge of the rollout of the broadband, they fixed line. were, which doing you know as as we ended up doing multi technology program I didn't use didn't use. I see as far as me but they were certainly doing a lot of fob at the. and so I spent a lot of time with mark understanding the. The characteristics of that top of network and the various risks and y you can mitigate. while. I'm very glad you brought that up because you describe in your book that that Mike had had sort of. He had you convinced that it was a risk strategy to use high risk? Vendors at the edge of the NBA now, of course, your. Not, in government at this point and the Labor government, the then Labor government had announced that it would Ben- Hawaii from participating. In, the NBA role that was a decision at the time that you disagreed with. Yeah. Well I. I was satisfied that you could mitigate the. you could mitigate the risk if you'll. If the a participation of the highest vendor participation wow is not the only highest van Doren China's provider of. I've heard you mentioned Israel. is another potentially homeless country in view? Yeah. It has. Yeah and so you the if you limit that they kit to the edge in the end being in the context of. F. T. T. N. network really the multi-service. Service exit. Slides. The you know the on the streets you know that connecting to the last mile or more likely last couple of hundred meters, COUPLA? The conclusion that bt had walls that they could manage that and the and so and look it. It's not it's not without risk you're not. Just a question of trading off against the the obvious savings because of the mole vendors you get into the mix, the better price you'll get, it may be that you ended up buying mostly European or American boxes but if they. Enough, though some competition, you probably get them at a better price so that coal edge distinction was really central. To everything that was being done in terms
"b._t" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Dutch from from the underground and also just note that they think he's going to get about twenty five. Maybe thirty touches starting at least the first couple of games or what not trying to get back into the picture. If you have zeke ezekiel elliott on your team and you know must have come in a very high first or second round at the latest. What's your thoughts as far as playing him. Do you play him right away. Do you have have no choice. I mean if you picked zeke. You elliott most likely you don't have that greater depth that running back after him so most likely you gotta go ahead even with with the limited amount of touches you gotta go ahead and play him correct. Yeah you hit the nail on the head. I mean at that point unless you really play in a a smaller league or people were asleep at the wheel on the second and third round of your draft. You're forced to start him. You know he's playing whether he's in shape or not. I don't know he claims to be working out in kabul but you have to. I think kinda kinda to the other factor involved here is the giants don't have the most stout defence who knows maybe they spell elliott a few times and he gets them. Goal-line looks and he gets you a touchdown so so at this point. It's kind of looking at it like a real team. You're paid the guy the top bucks in this case a first round draft pick play him roll the dice spin fewer going up against a <hes> the chicago bears or maybe the rams defense. Maybe you kinda give it thought but not this week stardom and like i said hope he gets you one of those cheap b._t.'s or maybe a few catches and receiving yards hopefully that'll be the case to make the best of very messy situation i should say and and hopefully for zeke elliott fans and also fantasy football team owners that have as you go elliot on their team. Hopefully it will still manage to be a good season. I don't know how great it will be because then you get into a situation where those players with those long holdouts. They have a tendency to get injured. The percentages seemed to go up for them to get injured as being more likely so i've been kind of worried and hopeful that i have enough depth on my running back roster absolutely that's it's an excellent way of putting it and frankly in this game. We love and play running backs. Get her all the time. It's just hard to predict whether holdout or not you're gonna have a fluke injuries so i say take take it week by week and worry about it down the road but it's definitely a good way of looking at it my friend. It's been a great episode. I gotta have you on real soon. After the the dust is settled on week one of the n._f._l. United still workout times as far as when you're available to do so but you are definitely going to be a major part of insight sports fantasy issue football going forward. I gotta ask you my friend before we had on out and that is what do you and charles smith junior the host that both you are of of the insights board show what you to scheming up for this season of insight sports all thanks again for the opportunity. I'm looking forward to a great season in doing this. Show a lot of friends and even co workers giving good feedback and even asked me when the first episode was and i told them after i finished my draft but that's i guess a little more like insider information nation but on the show are actually doing a bit of a reboot to the most popular segments we we've had gotten feedback from the audience on our our pick segment and fantasy football also i'll probably be giving some more of my nuggets whether it's who to pick up to drop who to start those sorts of things and then charles and i started a few years ago where we had a segment called gamblers blurs the late and thanks to the supreme court in my home state of new jersey gambling's not as evil as everyone makes it out to be as you know the fine state of nevada so we had a scene team charles was he picking over under and being the contrary and i am at times i would pick an underdog a really good year last year..
"b._t" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Of bitcoin increases over time the network is self is able to raise its security <hes> or cost of tax speak right <hes> as valley increase so hypothetically right if bitcoin miners are paid not with b._t._c. b._t._c. but with u._s. Dollars with fix amount of dollars per block right than <hes> the security of the network will hold up because as as the bitcoins themselves increase the value. Let's say a hundred times but the miners income status say right right so that just means you're giving morning set for attackers to to attack the network <hes> but because the miners are paid with a native currency of the network which is b._t._c. then if bitcoins price go up. Let's say one hundred times which means minors income also go up onto times right because they're paid by the you know within the difficulty adjustment period. It's the same number of b._t. Cease <hes> so this holds up right so you even you know this the sort of the value you you. You store becomes more valuable asset. You store become more valuable. You are able to attract because you're paying out more. We wore to the miners therefore you can attract more hash power so you are able to attract more hash power to raise your defense us. The assad increases right so this is what works for bitcoin <hes> now this is primarily because there is a block rewards exists for the the network <hes> now when <hes> after all the coins twenty million bitcoins are issued our mind out. There's a question whether the smaller oh can still work but you know we don't have to go there but <hes> so going back to the question. What makes bitcoin valuable is is because it can be sustainably secure right so people are willing to put their savings for example into the bitcoin network to store at the.
"b._t" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Out <hes> where will the field goal be kicked location will be here <music> in maryland in b._t._c. headquarters where we're located and you know yeah. It's going to be does dave penalized for two okay so there's a lot of delay for instance. I'm looking at jack because ask the question. I'm glad he's here. He said thanks for the first time in life. Good time is act makes you come back but there's a lot of people might might not know what we're talking about with these. I don't know this kick in dave. Scofield city can make a fifty five yard kick. I challenged into that and then we agreed on three tries at a forty five yard or if he makes it. I have to watch a steelers game with he and brian davis together and you might say well. Why would you want to do that anyways. I like to watch the games on myself. Who am i kidding. I always like to watch the games by myself if he doesn't doesn't make it then. I guess it's just going to be a ridicule of having these kicks put on <hes> broadcast live on youtube because we're extremists mckee. They said he had okay enough talk about that. Let's give you the lay down of the land for his upcoming week. Because tomorrow starts the actual week of preparation leading up two week one tomorrow night the steelers hangover monday night. That's brian. That's tony will probably be earlier than afternoon sixty six thirty p._m. Eastern time. I'm check that out live on youtube tuesday dave scofield the stat geek. Check him out probably about nine pm here on youtube as well as on all our audio the platforms then you also have on wednesday. The standard is a standard to myself and lands. We move our show from sunday to wednesday during the season. We are going to have a guest from pats pulpit the s._p. Nation <hes> new england patriots website as well as the potential of having a former steeler join is to talk about the big game coming up on sunday football. You have to check this show to find out who that is little teaser there in thursday night. We have the preview friday night. We're gonna i do probably yeah i said or steelers burning question or sealers news depending on what's going on in which case i or someone will be answering questions like i did tonight and then <hes> <hes> whichever show goes friday the other one will go on saturday so yeah. I said it's on friday. The other showed the steelers news of the steelers bernie question will be on saturday and then obviously sunday postgame show. Check us out after the game. It'll be really late here on the east coast but i will be up and we'll be talking about the game hopefully about a huge pittsburgh steelers win. I hope you already. I hope you all already already were parked behind the steel. Curtain dot com should be your one. Stop shop for all oh you're pittsburgh. Steelers needs make sure you're checking something youtube by searching b._t._s.'s radio and remember for all those years. I just mentioned if you don't subscribe. You'll never know when we go. Live subscribed subscribe to the channel hit the thumbs up button share. It trust me it helps and every time you subscribe when we go live. You'll get a push notification asian on your phone. You'll never miss a show and obviously make sure your focus on our audio platforms as well anywhere where you get your podcast search. B._t._s.'s searched the standard is a standard search steeler searched behind the curtain and you will find this gentleman ladies gentlemen. We will see you next time on another great episode the steelers as by.
"b._t" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option
"I'm going to work. At least i'm gonna verger games. Don't look into my hollow socket. Ah there's no soul literally now and i felt so i wanted to. I still remember the day when he he goes. I can't damian student. We'll land built my relationship with blesses. The cat who comes down like a glorious <hes> god with the next blue and just the coolest guy rumor remember. We walked into gucci. He's so rich by the way and we want in the gucci hollis we walk into a while the height of data and we all walked into caesar's palace gucci and known walked up to him and this guy loved gucci why he would he would lease on ford gucci at that time was not even area and so this is just him by gucci and and no one walked up to i remember them just kind of like eyeballing us and then he walked yeah and he goes down. Motherfuckers spent about fifty racks. If they would've descent high profile alliance ryan now you gotta you gotta bad whoever's locked in the dorm and you never know when they got the walkerton toward the asian family. I yeah i think irma's with oprah at some point show by more than one scarf yeah so tell me how how how bus saad from let's go to the last touchtone. You gave me thirteen fourteen years ago. You're opening for lovett's. Where's the ascension from there because right now. It seems like you've planted the the flag on everest but that time so there's so many crazy money you're not worrying at this point because you come in because i'm live with my mom. You know well into in my late twenties small. I'm pocketing everything. No rent you know and it's just in a shoebox up in my whole goal was to get to to l._a. But i was just so scared. Earplug was so comfortable at <hes> and i'm getting i'm starting to get into the into like the black <hes> comedy <hes> how don't even say like. I was part of the black college comedy tour. I was part of comic view. I was part of and the way i got those was crazy to dennis like there is a club called country star star and b._t.'s copy audio yooglie made that famous and <hes> they were doing this thing on the road and i was working at the dolphin habitat at the mirage at the time and one of the one of the tour guides goes. Hey you know b._e._t. Comic view here at country star and i ask my manager if i could leave because i want to go this show i i could imagine doing tours all day. I'm drenched in sweat and i literally go home because i want to put a suit on and i grabbed this fake. Resume that. I made you know what i mean. The people i for bruce baby a baby man barbie. Gladly those were my you know what i mean. Well sir. I had on my resume and i'm like oh. This is for sure gonna get me into this is to the show and i drive. I put my on don't even take a shower run. All the way back to this country line down the street and literally walked up the security guard had led to meet the promoter. I i'm a local comic and i'd like to warm up you know and he goes gets the pro wins. The security yards done anything nice for antibody and he goes way one second and and he goes and gets this promoter. I still remember amy amy very anderson and he walks up to the meetings. I'm sorry the shelves already booked but would you like to come in of course. Are you kidding me. This guy's given off and goodbye going. This stuff doesn't happen as the usher you. They sit right by the stage and i remember the canon g. l. I remember this is went. Cannons started selling the video tapes and it was a five thousand dollar can when i was like well. I want to buy that because i'm gonna make better demo just all that so i remember sitting it must do something right because this is is amazing and they're taping it and i'm sitting next to it and it's packed thousand people in the city of pat and there's no comics no-one one and now they're yelling like you know what i mean. I can like start. This show live event walks up to do you wanna do five minutes now like yes. I do mine taping it with that tasty camera the most amazing right. I'm like yes please. If you recorded with that. She goes you got it baby. You go ahead and do your thing whatever you want and when you see just get off all right 'cause they're late there of course relate to fuck x. cowbridge and i go up and i fucking smash it. I still have the tape dennis. I fucking smash it and then i walk off stage and yvette standing there with his other comic by the name of bopha hope who is really huge on comic view at the time and he's like oh the fucking you man joe coyne and he was like damn man. You have done comic view before i go. I know no i. I love the show. I wish i was on your on it. I'll say and we'll get you onto by the end of this month. And that's how i got comic view. It was crazy. How how much time did you do beyond five and what kind of damage you have. How much time at that point maybe top twelve yes right twelve minutes six minutes dick's dick didn't show all i didn't know what to talk about loud and instances such a cool this like spielberg climbing over the fence the university setting up his own officer some crazy and that's how i started meeting all these black comics yeah and they would all refer me like oh. This kid's got had a room in in vegas. You should do is room. That's how started blocking a lot a lot of black comedy and then they would get me gigs in l. A. or the college booker the black college comedy tour. I was the other yeah so he made like this because it's all about diversity with the colleges like you never know these black fraternities and sororities book a comedy show but you know the the college. We like you need diversity. Someone that's not of color and i would be other guy for their eighty of aging. Yeah we gotta you gotta joko mexico myrna loy at the beginning of career. She was just called the exotic. Yeah well man those gigs. I remember doing the <hes> the the <hes> the apollo one night and the thing i learned about black crowds was mad. Look good. You know it's fine. They'll welcome to the stage. You gotta ride four minutes and then if your cheeses week they're they're not going to carry the knocking approach proper somebody who doesn't have their bag felt them off yeah the san manuel..
"b._t" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"That's a little trickier because people tend to to watch the addresses that the ethan b._t._c. get paid into <hes> to see if they move stuff so it's a little it would be a little trickier trickier to do it in you know in the pre self l. phase or whatever it is like in the prelaunch face but certainly they could. I mean nothing's gonna stop them. They might just have to you know have a station for the coins moving or so yeah mix it or something but it's not it's not difficult right but so in our case we did a swap for eric coin which prevented us from being able to you like we were basically forced into a situation out of transparency where we couldn't even even if we wanted to we couldn't inflate the price of varying without deflating the price of vera coin join and we hope we're holding vera coin and in the swamp so we we basically created a swap model mostly so people knew that we were doing it on the up and up <hes> i. I just want a couple of more opinions from you because you know it's very interesting when you think about the market to tell everybody that they're gonna have to wait until two thousand twenty. I a little upset about <unk>. I hope that's not the case. I hope you're wrong doug. I really hope you are. I really need to cash out or something. But what do you think you know being almost the same situation as say charlie league right. He sold his coin he sold at three thirty. I'm going to say he had a million of those fucking things and he has three hundred and thirty million dollars just hanging out there because that's what people i do. I guess these days is how three million dollars <hes> what do you think of the charlie lee <hes> all his coin would doug pike do the same i no. I don't actually know what the situation is with that. I had mixed feelings about it myself because at one to one extent it was like you know he no longer has skin in the game. Obviously the word no one's really questioning his commitment to the project and in fact he's now like just a full time developer for like coin and also no it was reported on twitter from someone in the lycoming foundation that he donated a lot of money to like on foundation as well so <hes> i think he did it in the the right way but i'm kind of more in favor of like the steve jobs approach which is be paid a dollar a year but mostly hold apple stock doc. You know you kind of think. I'd rather go by that model. <hes> in the case of burgoyne going price goes high enough etc. You know the interest earned from my very going could be a significant revenue stream for myself personally. If things worked out that way i could potentially just work for vera coin and fulltime and never cost a penny which would be good man. It'd be great to have you fulltime ed coin yeah yeah definitely going to get my p._h._d..
"b._t" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Set out to investigate the impact of ambient olfactory stimuli upon sexual response in the human male measuring penile blood flow on smelling different fragrances. It turns out the men were aroused by every cent shocking blow equally. Only five percent of men got hard from this so this is there actual description in b._t._r. Today gotthard from the scent of cheese pizza six percent pitched a tent for peppermint while forty percents looted all american pumpkin pie particularly in combination with lavender and donuts so this makes sense which is weird thing to say say but <hes> i am incredibly aroused by pumpkin. No it makes sense to me because so there's this <hes> study where they looked at the like the highest preponderance birthdays and it's nine months after christmas and like that the theory that <music> i have formulated that christmas is basically you know naturally a holiday like even without all the religious connotations because the human mating season. It's the time that like we're driven indoors by the weather and it being like the middle of the winter and so it it kind of makes sense that a sense that we culturally have like sort of grafted onto our mating period would be like tapping into into like this cultural part of our brain that like we can't deny and people are there's like black market trade of pumpkin spice now what people blood like what's any for black because because they're trading like big jugs of the <hes> syrup the syrup yeah ee e._s._p._n. Black market for pumpkin spice syrup has formed on ebay where vote t. cell jugs of the viscous flavoring for as much as one hundred dollars so i mean it's not i don't black market for people who are reading yeah. It's like bitcoin so bitcoin by this shit wrestle growed. I just liked the a._d._a. Too like <hes> all all sense aroused the men. It's like an old tire your mother's grave and it's like yeah. I don't know i'm sure they were like showing them something worn with it yeah porn with it and then it was like this this made them like more aroused or something. I think the combination i'm assuming because it can't just be that they like put peppermint. People's knows and they're really just due to me. That's the funniest any est image just people coats and just dudes smocks data like all right in this <music> also so that now if you if you ever see like dude order pumpkin spice latte. They look at him very suspicious. Oh yeah for sure like having trouble in the bedroom you doing it because you're part of the forty percent or maybe you know. Maybe it's not trouble. Maybe it's just added you know. He's a freak yeah. He's a freak. He likes exa girls with the boom. He wants got busy in a starbucks bathroom anna pleasure having you as always the <hes>. You don't seem like you believe me <hes> where where all you hear. Yes you are but even more than more than ever having you on the whole time. <hes> is a treat tip in the air yeah little little unnecessary evil neary threat where where can people find you and is there a tweet. You've been enjoying go. I am on twitter at anna hosts an a. h. O. s. s. e. h. Follow me for alive. Twee of everything corny jacked just joking not joking every really wanna fall so it's great great because you talk shit about me which is fine because we work next to each other and you're allowed to but then everybody all these strangers pile on and they're mike woods jackson in this picture. You don't know me some good. Ones people being like the cool guest study yeah yeah yeah. Thanks training a bad. We're creating a toxic atmosphere where where it's been nice. Is there a tweet even enjoy enjoy yeah. That was great. One that andy beckerman tweeted where it's bernie sanders cardi b. he tweeted me and.
"b._t" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"That's a little trickier because people tend to to watch the addresses that the ethan b._t._c. get paid into <hes> to see if they move stuff so it's a little it would be a little trickier trickier to do it in you know in the pre self l. phase or whatever it is like in the prelaunch face but certainly they could. I mean nothing's gonna stop them. They might just have to you know have a station for the coins moving or so yeah mix it or something but it's not it's not difficult right but so in our case we did a swap for eric coin which prevented us from being able to you like we were basically forced into a situation out of transparency where we couldn't even even if we wanted to we couldn't inflate the price of varying without deflating the price of vera coin join and we hope we're holding vera coin and in the swamp so we we basically created a swap model mostly so people knew that we were doing it on the up and up <hes> i. I just want a couple of more opinions from you because you know it's very interesting when you think about the market to tell everybody that they're gonna have to wait until two thousand twenty. I a little upset about <unk>. I hope that's not the case. I hope you're wrong doug. I really hope you are. I really need to cash out or something. But what do you think you know being almost the same situation as say charlie league right. He sold his coin he sold at three thirty. I'm going to say he had a million of those fucking things and he has three hundred and thirty million dollars just hanging out there because that's what people i do. I guess these days is how three million dollars <hes> what do you think of the charlie lee <hes> all his coin would doug pike do the same i no. I don't actually know what the situation is with that. I had mixed feelings about it myself because at one to one extent it was like you know he no longer has skin in the game. Obviously the word no one's really questioning his commitment to the project and in fact he's now like just a full time developer for like coin and also no it was reported on twitter from someone in the lycoming foundation that he donated a lot of money to like on foundation as well so <hes> i think he did it in the the right way but i'm kind of more in favor of like the steve jobs approach which is be paid a dollar a year but mostly hold apple stock doc. You know you kind of think. I'd rather go by that model. <hes> in the case of burgoyne going price goes high enough etc. You know the interest earned from my very going could be a significant revenue stream for myself personally. If things worked out that way i could potentially just work for eric coined and fulltime and never cost a penny which would be good man..
"b._t" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)
"Twelve here in a couple of years. It's just gonna be name email log into google account amount <hes>. Do you want to set up a private keefer bitcoin okay yeah boom and then you know you're just out about somebody's taken up here and bitcoin and you're like oh no way oh oh yeah yeah i just how do i do it. I just press this button and it's yeah yeah grandma. You just think okay good big. You gotta quit. I think it's pretty huge so pretty pretty excited about it. Honestly okay roy coin if your if your primary goal is being is protecting your your dollar valuation two uh-huh teeth degree than yes. That is what that is something that you could potentially consider doing. That's not always what i do. There are times when i exit a bitcoin position where i stay in b._t._c. There are certain times times when my system signals that it's better to sit in b._t._c. and this is one of the most profitable movements that a lotta guys in the group learned is just there are times to be in b._t._c. and there's times not to be in b._t._c. Okay guys we're gonna talk about something real quick so as a. Let's actually switch over to so guys as professional trader. It is absolutely essential that i have full control <hes> over over over my funds at all times platforms like like beatrix coin bass pro and bit max although there okay in their own right they just they just lack some essential features and customer service that i want to get out of an exchange and i've talked about it many times. The exchange that i trade on is by and one of the primary reasons why i switched over to buy live..
"b._t" Discussed on Ringer Dish
"I agree and i also donnie wrote another great piece by john which you should read on the ringer but i and you spoke to a lot of both why he's famous and what doesn't feel great about that in that piece but obviously he's been in movies like the hangover and has been just really famous for a very long time and is still has not specials and is in crazy rich asians and he's just kind of in every think doc and has the widest reach right. Do we feel great about that but you said whitest never well. I think that's probably not wrong. I don't think either is feels great about that. John show stone steven jahn. Ask some of my friends and they gave me stuff like injury jeremy lin. I guess the new guy in the marvel movie actress yeah no right andrew yang. Doesn't i mean i suppose that's sort randall park. I mean gene. B._t._s.'s wildly more popular than any of the people that we've just named ripe. They're not they're not asian american right so i guess what what i'm getting to is that there is still after crazy abrasions and of course so many products are in development and it did create. I think this <hes> boon for asian related rated content crazy jason since successive did but i still think a year later there's no asian american star that we're still talking about. John and i think that's we need one. I think that's a great point. I think i hopefully that there are people fucking. Can joan talk for a long time about constants will we did. She's not there yet. Yeah i believe in her. You know maybe one more ridiculous does look the point not to gender it too much but women are doing great yeah that's trey of. We're not doing so great well speaking as an asian american man. Well i believe in you. I think needs to be more active. Yeah i would love to see stephen given literally everything so it seems like he's been catching more things. His profile is rising as well. It doesn't happen as fast as we might like. There's like so many projects and development yeah congrats. Y'all craziest agents all right. That's great. We have two more mystery.
"b._t" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"So to quarterback bees so to be valedictorians so when macho gotcha man's theme comes and these guys are walking down at the front of the class. They're both doing speeches tony. Is that what you're saying. That's what i'm saying. Come on. We're hawaii wii. I know i love it man <hes> so we could probably break the tie. Do we have a dark horse. I mean everybody's buddies. Everybody's last guy here that no one knew. No one knew back in back in may only a few people knew. We've been talking about this this guy b._t._s.'s for a long time. Devon hodges is a name that steeler nation knows now and he is not in fact. You know what let's let's do this. I can't do it. I read these names but could you name and not last year. Last year doesn't really count because landry jones was there but could you name the number four q._b.'s going in the last couple preseason. Can you give me one <hes> <hes>. I'm tr- i'm trying and you just going to be a question. I didn't know but i kind of had a feeling and i i. I wanna look it up. I didn't want to look it up because i wanted to see. If i can remember i cannot remember it. There might have been a guy named right another guy from duke. They they just they were there to be the fourth guy camp and yeah. If you get anything out of then it's gravy and so they they had a camp arm. His name was brandon. Ah brogan robak this year and broken robak. A lot of people know from hard knocks last year. Not only was he the fourth fourth arm he was out of michigan stadia. He had a really good story. They highlighted him a lot on our knox last year. His girlfriend was hot so that was a really good thing <hes> but but even for quarterback but yeah french now now we have <hes> hodges coming in and look his stat that line was eight for fourteen hit a lot of drops. He'd had a lot of balls that were right on the money. Somebody i saw somebody right that this guy could have thirteen fourteen <hes> he had one that was really ugly but and he had to plays in the fourth quarter of like okay yeah. He's he's shown them true colors but most of the time i was comfortable with this guy as a number three so <hes>. What do you think about his performance formats. And what did you notice the most about him. Hey i'm spencer hall. I'm holly anderson. I'm ryan nanny jason kirk and we're the hosts of the shutdown full cast. Ask your avengers of college football podcast it says in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what i mean is this all every tuesday we talk about everything from cooking disasters astor's to pro wrestling too unfashionable pants worn middle school. We also do talk about college football every now and then like mascot fights announcers fleeing the early a an unfashionable pants that coaches where now if you want to take college football exactly as seriously as it should be taken subscribe for free on apple podcasts or you're in your favorite podcast app i just i was very impressed and i noticed the most is how comfortable he looked..
"b._t" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast
"That's right is riveting. I i'm not really much of a of a sports person. That's sure this is this is is what you sports. People must feel all the time. This is what sports is baby but it's i mean i competition the thing that makes mono malo malo mellow mellow yeah marshmallow mala. It's marshmallow but then people call them mallows. Sometimes it's like how is the humidity yes sir. They say it's like a central jersey thing. I think didn't make it across now. You can leave those mellow so i like that. This is a sport that has real people in the middle of it that don't even know it's a sport yes. That's what makes the jokers hundred percent and originally. I think the guys were talking about being teammates with the guys in b._t. Esa one guy in florida impaired or someone at b._g._s._u. heard like they're kind of directing them like our joke left <unk> shoot from there yeah and then they decided against that because they like whatever we'll just help them. Both it's already but we also want to beat them. I want one winner so you know what let's just do. Rapid-fire free for all pro. Just keep coughing. That's again. We're the guys petted spirit that whenever they play these games kind of like a well the balloon game where you're paying something on the the mark a balloon is all they want a winner and so they wanted a winner here as well and i honestly i think that the jokers could have a second career as sports commentators hundred percent living joe and q. I disagree. I'm going q. and moore because i think murray is like kind of all business and he's sort of like a he's kind of the like the stats guy yes use the color and hit but they're both excited excited but in different ways cuba's like an excited kid watching a base like a basketball game during this episode history of sports. I've never women's tennis lazy anything like this. He's not much of a big sports guy but like this is his sport in the same way. It's like mine. I'm like so excited. She will be on e._s._p._n. Like like twelve at some point just announcing any joker game when it becomes like an official like american pastime yeah but because him enjoyed did a great job at the beginning of the season and when they were the commentators at the the monster jam punishment and they were doing the play by play and like only like a quarter of what they said air but i was right next to the booth they were doing it and it was very entertaining to watch. I thought they did a great job. Yeah that's all. I voted for them. <hes> sal you have not been mentioned so you are not the sports commentator. He's good. He treated it the way i like this the way he treats like any challenge where like his. He has funny things to say about like how it's happening and like you do wanna see see sal. I caught up in it but sal is like a fan of it. He's like watching it as like oh. I got like a like a like me watching it. Mur is like literally doing doing the play by play yes. He's saying what's happening. In a way that gets you excited like a almost like a boxing referee like his talking mile a minute explaining what's what's happening and cues just like drop in these like funny like exciting moment i i loved it. I was i was excited. I hope this comes back or like if we have another version of it and this says i grocery games you've done with them. Do this is this was like a new twist on it because they couldn't see where they were throwing so is it was really the exciting to watch..
"b._t" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"<hes> like i said some some source stuff that i have not going to say on the edges yet nonetheless nonetheless there you go. I think jeremiah's question of who is my favorite football team. I mean. I don't know what you're doing. Man i mean this is a cici my shirt i mean i don't know this were a fan site. This is run by fans. I like the steelers your college football. I don't follow college football. So so there you go from pittsburgh so that answer the question okay so those that contributed or super chats davey appreciate it lands. Do you have anything to add if we call it a show. I don't know if i if i if i gave props to player i know i wanted to do it. <hes> before four and we were talking about the rundown but i wanted to send my condolences to the family of cliff branch cliff branch outstanding wide receiver at oakland raiders and this is the steelers steelers show but you gotta give props to guys who great props to your opponents that bring out the best in your football team you know watching those battles between male blunt and cliff lift branch you know in the basement of my aunt's house in just watching those battles i mean that made me a fan of this great game in the national football league watching those battles adults between the pittsburgh steelers in the hated oakland raiders. I mean that's what it was all about. That's why i'm a fan to this day in cliff branch in stabler branch germain. I hated that do oh. I hated that do well. In the reason i hated that do because they were that damn good and so i want to send my condolences out to the cliff branch a great fantastic football player and to into the dreaded <hes> raider nation for the loss of a really good football player yeah condolences to their family and raiders fans everywhere. It's never easy no way about it so like i said earlier and jeremiah djerma asking me your favorite team is now jeremiah must be this show anyways behind the curtain dot com for all your pittsburgh steelers news during in the week. We're getting ten twelve articles day. That's podcast. That's <hes> you know everything. Film breakdowns got a good one on sean davis coming up this week and they she check that out out also <hes> make sure you're listening to all of our podcasts for once now i can finally say that. All of our podcast are on youtube so if you wanna go to youtube you if you're a visual israel or search. B._t._s.'s steelers radio subscribe hit this describe button. Give it a thumbs up. We really appreciate all the support but if you're someone that likes to listen to these on commutes things of
"b._t" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us
"He's been studying this energy transition for many years now in in that newsletter he pointed out that the Western Farmers Electric Cooperative of Oklahoma announced a seven hundred megawatt triple hybrid project has wind solar and energy storage because batteries which are key to electric cars are getting cheaper Bloomberg News Energy Finance reports that lithium ion battery costs have fallen thirty five percent from the first half of twenty eighteen to the first half of twenty nine thousand nine when you look at an electric vehicle you want to see now how much energy is used used per mile outside of California. It's two thousand four hundred sixty eight. B._T._U.'s British thermal units per Mile California because they get twenty percent of their energy through renewables. It's two thousand and twenty eight B.. TWOS per mile now. This is sort of everything it takes to build the car drive the car energize the car in terms of electricity or gas and this is data that Gregor McDonald calculated called well-to-wheel accounting for an internal combustion engine. The average is is five thousand five hundred eleven. B._T._U.'s per mile so electric vehicles are half and what this is known as energy intensity entity how much energy consumption in B._T._U.'s is required per unit of Gross Domestic Product G._D._p.. which is the measure of output an economy? That's becoming more efficient in terms of energy intensity is using being less units of energy for each dollar of goods produced and that trend is down chart by the E._I._A.. Shows that the energy intensity has dropped by almost a third since one thousand nine hundred. We are using less S. energy to produce G._D._p.. Less energy is being consumed to achieve well-being..
"b._t" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"We also didn't know we had we had neck and face we had knees and feet but we didn't know what happened. In between until Diego came and education that that goal was against asked Leila I remember how do you name in the way that your nipples but window milk you my nipples did so fees. That's the funny thing it's unbelievable because when it was it was it's a moment that there was no yellow car when you take the shirt off. No I know you. I ain't check this. I have my my cell phone. Screen is up faced. Anthony did just says it not because if you just as Orgasm Gasm but also this is why fief up Bam the removal hurts because if you D._A.. Yeah it's true I one how'd you feel being a history-making. You've changed history. Football players allowed anymore anymore to reveal but you know it was is like that because I had the opportunity you know when I was playing in Mancha many times I get off the bench you know at the end of the Games and hi scored the winning goal so he was that moment that you want to celebrate you. Take your shirt off and you start screaming you know happy and and you know amazingly the funny thing we play against so dumped on at home Southampton Okay so give me the ball. I brushed the ball I I knew it was going to be go on the bench and I was you know you know the game and he said if I got the chance to get into Peachey I'm going to score the winning goal he gave me the the ball is mash it. I put in the top corner and start running and I was with the long-sleeve but under was another long sleeve and it was raining winging. It never rains you never know no no it was raining and I take the shirt off and I knew in that moment that I was celebrated that it was GonNa be difficult to vote it again. You know the long-sleeve issue with a shot the long and we do behind an under mosaic so the game came back. There was not a yellow card so I was on the beach and the referee kickoff yeah. He Goes Dan so B._T.. was playing with the ball to your very good good. Good scorer was good the ball I was on the left hand and they and they didn't know what to do. Did you say okay I cannot you know yellow coaches get their yellow car but he's not going to go out of the pitch so it was I was on the pitch. The referee didn't know what to do. I was with a with a shot on my hand B._T.. Get past me. I run with the ball. I run against him. I took the ball. Give it to this and the and the refugees said okay now you go out and you put it up and I play out and have a son this man you're looking at this on youtube this several minutes of football running around with their shirts on holding it in his hand. I don't want to like make hype. Claims invented the free the nipple campaign but key carry no lasting. I went to livable with athletic surgery after a couple of years arrived to the dressing room with the team and I saw bill. Where am I wearing short? No I saw this picture you know and they put you cannot take the shirt off five years. I said what still good my picture here and they said you cannot take on us. We are salted. You came on this stage with Asia. David invented the Chippendales I mean this is such a legend to this day..
"b._t" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"All I care about its points per game when I'm talking about defense defense yards not so much so with that being said that's a good best case worst case scenario yeah do. Do you have another one. You're throughout you want to do a special teams ones or do you want yeah. I haven't run for special teams and this is one. That's really special to me. It's best case scenario. Danny Smith Junior wins the lottery and retires immediately and we're thinking that guy can dial up a pretty good. You know what that's true. He can really block upon and yeah earn upon block upon yeah worst case scenario. Is that that it gets worse. The special teams gets worse. I mean we need to see a touchdown. Ah On special teams we haven't seen in a long time. I think the last if I'm not mistaken the last one was probably week seventeen Jews rookie year yeah usually what exactly what I'm pretty sure it was ju juice kick return against against against Cleveland so yeah. I'm with you right there. I'm going to <hes> let me see here. I keep getting distracted by this by this guy. B._T._S.'s steelers radio so in the live chat talking about how awful these guys are and how much we Miss Jeff Chapman saying these things but they miss his best this case scenario. I'm just GonNa read you a great special teams when I'm GonNa just doing overall for the whole team best case scenario when people were doubting steelers. Oh.
"b._t" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives
"You get more support around the house. They football and it's running away. It's more professionally. I would agree with that <hes>. I think there's there's a few cities in the N._F._l.. And you probably played in different stadiums and you'll be in from Buffalo. I think the support the have is it reminds me almost of a college town when you show up to Columbus on Game Day I I've have been all different places but I don't know if there's much like it and I think as a player I would imagine and you just gotta eat it up in you know it's probably pretty easy to get up on on game day wherein the scarlet gray and you know again lot pressure to live up to him in the expectations every single year our national championship I mean I fall when the big ten you gotTa beat Michigan Right and it's just have to beat them because it's is gonNA ruin everybody's year if you don't and then you gotta get now you have to get in the playoff. which a little bit for you but you had to get in the playoff you gotta go win the National Championship him? He's expectations are enormous. Do you feel that as a player you know because I've talked to different different. People and everyone's got like you said before. Some people go to smaller schools. They wanted to school because they wanted to play right away. Some people WANNA go to the big schools because they want to do all that possibly and also have an opportunity to play or win a national championship but I've talked to players say national championship championship necessarily wasn't what they were all about. There's other things that are going on and incredible experience in college when you're at Ohio state. Did you feel that man. We can't lose if we'd let a bad play happen. That's not good let alone losing game. Let alone losing to the team North or possibly not making it to the ultimate goal because so much that goes on in sports right. It's almost go out and footballers. There's a lot of ring chasing. Perhaps you'd see that in the N._B._A.. But it can't just all be about how winning championships I know it is right to some level but it's that journey. It's at experience I mean but talking to someone like yourself who's played high levels and high-school college and the N._F._l.. Talk a little bit about just the journey in and of itself and the expectations that that you felt as a player playing for how state yeah. I think that that ultimately go win a championship. It's kind of embedded into the journey for you so it's like <hes> in the summer. When I'm you've lifting weights or don't want some type of conditioning? I'm thinking man I mean to. I need to make sure I get this day so I can be the type of player is going to be all be ten type caliber player so I can ultimately be on stage and win the championship and make their big flavors Michigan and stuff like that so <hes> you definitely definitely definitely ultimate goal is Kinda. It's Kinda ingrained into day to day <hes> with expectations I super high. I think I think a lot of guys who are capable. They don't fully <hes> do the things that they're capable capable enough to cover those pressure. The expectation that Ohio state and I think part of the coach's job is to make sure that the player players can understand the goal but also stay loose and 'cause it's a lot of guys <hes> and I think coaches can help with recognizing taking a guy saying well. There's expectations but you need to do these specific things and focus on these different things you'll be able to reach those high expectations <hes> well yeah I mean our state national championship for bus and if you don't reach that level that is okay we gotta be big champion as you can't get to that. We've got all right. We gotta be misused but I remember playing <hes> and always been like if we lost more than he lost two games more than two games this season so we we lost one game like that May. Not You know you want especially my my time. It was it was they know playoff or anything you want to say okay. WE'RE NOT GONNA make it to NASA sex now. We have to win the big ten and we can't lose another game. You lose the game. It was like man we go. We go back. We Watch be walking E._S._P._N.. Like we suck yes yeah and then I mean to you might have an opportunity based on two how things <hes> played out then third losses like Oh man. This is a bad feeling for so it was the margin of error error was so small <hes> and we understood that and we embraced it yeah well you're. There's a few things going on their first of all its individual and you touch on his earlier. It's individually do your job right. We talk about that in our business. All the time you can get over you can get you can over think things because you're trying to do so many other people's jobs but if you just do the tasks that you're supposed to do and help out where you can help out we can get to where we want WanNa go but first of all you have to do your job. That's you win the championship that day but then also you're talking about the ultimate goal right being the championship and that's ingrained in the journey so you have an eye on that ultimate prize and then you. Let's say you lose right. That's the three games right so there are failures. There is winning and losing in sports right. I know we talk about eighth-place trophies and it's kind of crazy. What's society breeds but there's a team? There's an football game team that limbs and there's a team that loses weight have been banned calls her out or lucky situations who who knows someone wanted someone lost right but if you had a good season you know three losses I get in a house. H like man we we did not succeed this year but you have one loss right you look at the year after so the I would look at first. Let's go back. Oh six you win. You have an incredible season heisman trophy quarterback you go on you. Beat Michigan the one verse to I mean that's the game to remember. I get a few I think it was like six or seven weeks later. Which first of all the me is just that was insane at the time lake hold on House? They Be Beats Michigan and you gotta wait. I think they looked at the Philadelphia. Eagles played like seven or eight games in between when Ohio state played beat Michigan and had to play Florida for the National Championship. I was like we walk down that stadium that day and I've not a part of it at all and I have no idea I'm like I don't know how you get up after that game again and you have to wait two months almost to play then you go out and you lose. It wasn't a great game. I remember Ted gained gets hurt like opening kickoff and things happen but like is that an unsuccessful season because you didn't win the national championship chip. I mean I didn't see it like that. At all. Yeah it's disappointing in the time and it's probably takes a little bit to get over. We're still talking about it today. But do you look back at that moment and be like man. That was an incredible journey. You guys were on that. That team was on. Did you see that as a negative ah talk to me about that a little bit well go to there's always so first season was big ten champion Cigna season with the ball game and it was hard to hers to really I mean ultimately ultimately you WanNa win. The big game checks you well hard to merge them together because there were so far apart and you couldn't even girl your destiny in terms of whether or not you made it to yeah. That's it well. Somebody's let it you so obviously if you WANNA see at Ohio state you most likely going to make but there's no guarantee but then once you lose a game then it's like okay they have to decide so. Are you split the season. You're okay. Let's let's take care of the big ten. Let's B._T.'s people who are the teams fun and then that the season's over with and then you have to come off season completely. <hes> take a little bit of a break and you start working towards the number two which was whatever ballgame you ain't or whatever the national championship game for championship so what that next the next big game so the the season where the success number two is not the championship game without success and he's really Kinda. That's how I well. I always looked at it even after the Fella and then we had a really good season live from the heisman trophy winner and they're really the season we had a very bad ballgame and it's only you almost have to separate it because the way it was structured. It was really so it was it was unlike a a a season football game because now you're preparing for a team for a month which is completely different than the way you know football operate so that's right well and then it happened the next year and that was crazy because this Illinois right. I think Illinois upsets you guys and at that point. It was like it's over right. WE'RE NOT GONNA go in and then the last day the here last day of college. Football West Virginia was playing L._S._U.. was down there like number six or seven all of a sudden when that evening when the late games ended a house it was in right you guys were in because everyone else had lost salsa and how sates number one like hold on this is crazy. We're having arguments who number two is Ohio state was on outside looking and that was nuts. Do you remember that you talk about like not. Remember it a lot from early in your college career. 'cause I get it because it's probably like so. Many things are happening the next thing you know you're playing in the National Championship L._S._U.. Where you grew up right yeah yeah and now you're too? I remember everything and we we actually watched it two games. I think one game was <hes> was West Virginia. I think they're playing Pittsbur- no other game was Arkansas playing l._S._U.. I believe no not not Arkansas playing <hes> Zuri. Maybe that's it. I was very with the other team it was it was two teams that were one into various somebody else that nobody really thought it would be into. There's nobody expected those teams that actually being up there. What are they would really good there year? <hes> Pat White and everything so we watch both games just fall into the team name took the Games on big screen and we're real for one of the teams to lose both of us uh-huh like number three or whatever it's a number one and now we're trying to figure out okay well. Who are we gonNA play feel like everybody law so they're like of course we wanted to play and of course.
"b._t" Discussed on Real Talk with Smriti Notani
"Listen. Let's talk about this because this was not okay. I just feel like if you don't say it. It's always going to be on your mind and you're never going to let it go and like. I said it's gonna festival. Which is a joystick then you know then that's a choice you're making all so i think it comes back to not wanting drama in your life so i think this is a way better. It's just a better way to deal with things. It's like if you want drama then you can go silent treatment. Who wouldn't you know give the golden boy you think about it. Where's that gonna end you know and and i just feel like that's the beauty of adult friendships. You don't beat it on the bush you use it. The advantage that you guys are adults and you actually put it out there that listen. I don't wanna festive still with this thing. We don't have the time for this right now so please. Let's let's deal with it. Let's talk and let's get to the bottom of this. I think bat breakdown in communication is the number one reason why any relationship goes style and <hes>. I just feel like it's very easily. Kabuki is just that we've got to be conscious so yeah. That's what i feel about this point all in all. I'd like to see that you know whatever you put out in the universe it actually he comes back to you so i've seen a lot of people dismiss fellowships a lot of people say yard who has the dime and you know what these are just people who are holding thing or who actually won the venoms but don't know how to navigate it and i just stop seeing the stop seeing be inventions in oil beaten in any and everything that you do so even in friendships like i don't care that people might think that you know why she was running the friends i've had relatives by the way that oh my god you're so into your friends like almost talking about it like it's a very teenager activity to do and i just feel like i'm really into my friends like i own it. I love it and if you're a friend of mine listening to this just north. I really appreciate and value. I am very intentional the normal friendships. I don't take them for granted. I also believed by the way that my relationship. That is my husband at like. He's my best friend and i feel like you know just oh value that i give that i also give them out of the friendships. You can cut the sexual stuff out for it because that would be pushing it okay guys. That was a joke. Please just ends up humour anyway so young. I just feel like friendships are just they add so much to your life. If you are listening to this which i'm guessing everyone is but i just feel like you've gone. B._t.'s remember <unk> that sends tomato but when manhood in yours member there. I don't think that's true. I think we i think we have some middle on learning to do by the way on that front. I swe like if you have friends. You have a lot of of you have a lot of head of in life. You have a lot of happiness in life. You have people to share your joys with people to share your sorrows with which really makes a difference to the overall quality of your life so like even when there's a special occasion for me it is not a special occasion unless i sit with my friends and just have fun so everyone has their own different way of having fun for me. It may not be like dressing up and going bonding for me. Maybe everyone got out and have a drink and but what i'm trying to says that a million including my friends in that so i just feel like i'll leave you with that part. How intentional you wanna be about your friendships of friendships. Chips are important. I feel like beyond point. We oil yet lonely without good friends and allies. I feel like everyone needs that sounding board. Everyone needs stat. It's like a whole ecosystem. It says and i have it i love it and i would recommend it to everybody so no matter how much you mean see in other episodes towards about our people i still stand by that but i've always always kind of clarified saying that you know what but friendships are important and i'm megan effort in my friendships and i ensure that when my friends are slipping up i even make an effort trudell them that listen. This is not gonna work. This wasn't cool or whatever and it's not child. It should actually very very majority have regular conversations. I know it takes a little bit of an effort but anything would having it doesn't come easy. We does that the freeze. Did i say it right yeah anything what having doesn't come easy. Yeah i stick by that okay. If it's what having his job you're gonna be an effort to get it so put in that effort and <hes> i will be enjoyed this episode as always. I'm going to look forward. What is your feedback. It means everything to me and also please. Please please help me spread the word you know. The podcast is organically growing but i i'm counting on youtube more and more people about it. The more you share it on your story is the more you reach out to me. The more we can grow podcast family so thank you so much find me admiral good goal on instagram or you could even email me real go at g. man and i'll see you very soon in the next episode dylan lots of love ooh and friendship by how helpful it would. It's no close the nikkei yep. I got a b of nevada's launch oppy full hub hobos studio website beer just stuck at it ekman again that ended up knuckled kabul has launched getting yet he studio the up woody avi he ep of nepad cut launch mickey sin dinos concept's smith though sodomy of nepad cashew day yet just hop on hop simply content..