27 Burst results for "Bath Tub"

Dealing With Sensory Processing Issues with Laura Benanti

Mom Brain

04:09 min | 3 months ago

Dealing With Sensory Processing Issues with Laura Benanti

"How is managing a with your daughter. You know it's really interesting so right. Before we went into quarantine she actually Was diagnosed with sensory processing issues. So that was crazy. Ms it was like we were supposed to start occupational therapy a few times a week and instead they were like you're the teacher and the Let's go so that was a challenge but we left new york city and went and stayed with my parents new jersey in the house. I grew up in a full nine months. But my dad my stepfather. But i call that cheese psychotherapists in a holistic health counselor so that was kinda outweighs al. Yeah and then my mom's voice teacher in it's just like my daughter's obsessed with them so weirdly. She had this beautiful lake villa. Like italian experience. Living with your grandparents such. It's not in our american culture and the way it is so many other cultures and so she got to have this beautiful experience with them. And i got to work because my parents took on like four hour shifts each day like my mom four hours. My dad each four hours husband wear which was. Yeah it really was. It really was audible and my daughter's thrived in a way that i am just so grateful for and we ended up actually moving out of new york city because she seems to be doing so much better with more room and more space with being able to go outside. It's interesting because occupational therapists said to us Has happened if you think of her brain as a bank is. She wakes up with one hundred dollars in the bank. A costs for ninety nine dollars to take the subway will mom. She's got a dollar left the rest of the day and that was such a perfect way to put. It made it so manageable for me to understand like she's just not in a place where that's healthy environment for people who are listening on. What a different things. That you've learned That you feel other than that. Very great big piece of advice as a great way to think about it. What are the things that you've learned work well for her. So there's a book called beyond behaviors because Sensory parents really for me. Based i'll say it's challenging for me to understand the difference between behavioral moment and a sensory She's in a sensory overload or behavior might might not great but she literally cannot help. It is not a thing where meeting on account to three. And then you're gonna stop. It's it's not something that i kept logical. It's not a it's not logical. That's the perfect word So for me distilling. That has been really helpful in. That book was helpful for me with that. Also just sensory play so lake Shaving cream in the bath. Tub kinetic sand touching different textures. We play a game where i've put her on the bed Ocean and i like swish her fourth inside langat and it gives her sort of cozy dark movements and she really loves that. We noticed that mccarthy fight or flight would be a little bit off. She'll be tantrum ing because she wouldn't go through the flight. Art shoot only. Get to fight so we learned circuit being like okay. Let's play hide and seek. When she started to tantrum. It would break her out for us. We discover that refined sugar is really challenging for her. We remove that from her diet and and that has been like incredibly hopeful. Gino subaru lates in the morning is not great for her zoom. Can't handle it So really just understanding what works for your own particular child then needing them where they're at

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What happens when the salmon stop coming home

Unreserved

04:12 min | 4 months ago

What happens when the salmon stop coming home

"They're called the miracle fish. The lifeblood of first nations up and down the pacific northwest. They feed the river system that snakes through british columbia giving back to the earth and the animals. The journey of a wild sockeye salmon is nothing short of a miracle every year. They swim hundreds of miles from the ocean to their spawning grounds to inland rivers and streams. When they finally made it overcoming countless obstacles along the way the parents lay their eggs and die and then a new generation of salmon make their way downstream and into the pacific ocean to do it all over again it's an astounding journey and it used to be that tens of millions of vibrantly colored wild salmon could be seen swimming to the upper reaches of the rivers to spawn. This fall there were fewer than three hundred thousand. That's the lowest number of wild salmon ever recorded. And that's cause for huge concern. Cbs's jennifer trumka brings us documentary swimming upstream. Salmon is who we are as first nations people and i cannot name a first nation that has any measure of abundance of wild salmon period. We need them. they're the canary. In the coalmine. As go salmon so goes our ecosystem that we had the lowest returns. Ever you know just a few hundred thousand sockeye to the entire fraser river this year. you know. that's that's quite scary. We are down to absolutely historic glow returns. There are just so many domino's that fall over. That will fall over when the fish are all gone. It's heartbreaking aim. Is bob chamberlin. I was the elected chief. Councillor for the Copies first nation of the meuse outing people and territories about archipelago of also served nine years as vice president the union to be seeing the chiefs my bach home her way. traditionally ms galactic Yeah that's who i am and we're here. In the beautiful territory of the squamish. People bought chamberlain is a high profile leader who stands tall and poised. He also radiates warmth. We've met at an ocean side. Park in west vancouver where there's a totem pole. It's of a human figure wearing cedar hat and has awale carved on its back and as if it were planned as bob gates close to bald eagles landing on top of the pool. Coming down here because of the welcome poll. That's at the end of the jetty here. So we see. I believe this is a welcome figure and you know this being at the mouth of the kaplan a river. This is a place where the salmon come back for the people and always have and they've always been here. I i grew up going home to our village quiet stumps on gilford island and i remember seeing my family the whole community working on fish. You know in the summertime when we would go home and so is imprinted upon a very young age. Just how important. It was to our village to our people and to sit and enjoy our traditional foods with my grandmother and my uncles. My aunties and to know that i was home and to be able to enjoy that and then as i quite long time ago when i was a commercial fisherman in campbell river i'd get fish food fish and we'd go out and make a special trip during the season. And then we distribute the fish to all of our family. And i would always get two one hundred and two hundred sockeye and the reason i did. That is because we'd go to auntie mabel house 'cause she had two big back yard you'll bath tub in the back and and tim able and granny any and my mom. Would we'd all work on fish so we would have filleted fish in the deep freeze beat have canned fish for everything else and it was really nice to be able to bring in that food source. That was so cherished. And then i look at today and i feel fortunate. I got to sakai in the deep freeze.

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What happens when the salmon stop coming home

Unreserved

04:46 min | 4 months ago

What happens when the salmon stop coming home

"Salmon is a staple food for many indigenous people in the pacific northwest. Many names chinook. Coho sockeye pink chum. The fish has been the subject of song story and artwork for thousands of years. It is also a symbol of fortitude and self sacrifice but in recent years the mighty salmon has been facing some scary realities today on the show a deep dive into the ripple effect of the dwindling fish stock. And what happens when the salmon stop coming home. They're called the miracle fish. The lifeblood of first nations up and down the pacific northwest. They feed the river system that snakes through british columbia giving back to the earth and the animals. The journey of a wild sockeye salmon is nothing short of a miracle every year. They swim hundreds of miles from the ocean to their spawning grounds to inland rivers and streams. When they finally made it overcoming countless obstacles along the way the parents lay their eggs and die and then a new generation of salmon make their way downstream and into the pacific ocean to do it all over again it's an astounding journey and it used to be that tens of millions of vibrantly colored wild salmon could be seen swimming to the upper reaches of the rivers to spawn. This fall there were fewer than three hundred thousand. That's the lowest number of wild salmon ever recorded. And that's cause for huge concern. Cbs's jennifer trumka brings us documentary swimming upstream. Salmon is who we are as first nations people and i cannot name a first nation that has any measure of abundance of wild salmon period. We need them. they're the canary. In the coalmine. As go salmon so goes our ecosystem that we had the lowest returns. Ever you know just a few hundred thousand sockeye to the entire fraser river this year. you know. that's that's quite scary. We are down to absolutely historic glow returns. There are just so many domino's that fall over. That will fall over when the fish are all gone. It's heartbreaking aim. Is bob chamberlin. I was the elected chief. Councillor for the Copies first nation of the meuse outing people and territories about archipelago of also served nine years as vice president the union to be seeing the chiefs my bach home her way. traditionally ms galactic Yeah that's who i am and we're here. In the beautiful territory of the squamish. People bought chamberlain is a high profile leader who stands tall and poised. He also radiates warmth. We've met at an ocean side. Park in west vancouver where there's a totem pole. It's of a human figure wearing cedar hat and has awale carved on its back and as if it were planned as bob gates close to bald eagles landing on top of the pool. Coming down here because of the welcome poll. That's at the end of the jetty here. So we see. I believe this is a welcome figure and you know this being at the mouth of the kaplan a river. This is a place where the salmon come back for the people and always have and they've always been here. I i grew up going home to our village quiet stumps on gilford island and i remember seeing my family the whole community working on fish. You know in the summertime when we would go home and so is imprinted upon a very young age. Just how important. It was to our village to our people and to sit and enjoy our traditional foods with my grandmother and my uncles. My aunties and to know that i was home and to be able to enjoy that and then as i quite long time ago when i was a commercial fisherman in campbell river i'd get fish food fish and we'd go out and make a special trip during the season. And then we distribute the fish to all of our family. And i would always get two one hundred and two hundred sockeye and the reason i did. That is because we'd go to auntie mabel house 'cause she had two big back yard you'll bath tub in the back and and tim able and granny any and my mom. Would we'd all work on fish so we would have filleted fish in the deep freeze beat have canned fish for everything else and it was really nice to be able to bring in that food source. That was so cherished. And then i look at today and i feel fortunate. I got to sakai in the deep freeze.

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Interview With Phil Penman

The Candid Frame

05:24 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Phil Penman

"When you decide to go into business for yourself, it's as much about your hustle as it is about your talent. Skilled and talented as you may be if you're hustle is not on point. You are going to struggle not only getting into the game but also staying in it. Phil Penman understands that which is why he's managed to establish himself as a celebrity street and commercial photographer. The links that he had to go to his Paparazzi could make the difference between getting the shot or not, but also more importantly the difference of thousands rather than hundreds of dollars. That kind of work is not for the faint of heart especially when it involves negotiating the streets of new. York. City on a bicycle. But as Phil understands, you've gotta do what you gotTa do this is Ebonics and welcome back to they candid frame. Jones, thanks for making time for me. I appreciate it. Thanks for your patience and finally getting round here. Thank you for inviting me I. So you're up you're up to like five, hundred, twenty, eight. So is man gets because you sent me your book months ago. I, talked to my wife who's that producer to try and make sure that we got you in somewhere but it can be quite the juggle because there's so many people that consider. Really I love the Book I love your story but one thing that's fascinating in before we get into talking to you about your photography is just like man you have held so many jobs. So many things. List as well. So it was just was just the the nature of being like a hustler that you were just like just did what you needed to do in order to get by that is that why you? or so many different at one hundred percent of house. So when I was in college I was studying photography and a box. If Alford like a hundred sheets for safe thirty pounds and that's a of money to a college student and you having to crank this week off the week. So I had I would study and I had to free jobs that I was doing waller's in college. So in the daytime, I would serve lunches to like rich preppy boy, Colt prep school kids at a nearby like boy school than a night I worked in a bar and unlike club four nights a week, and then the weekend I used to work even Lego land or Twickenham rugby Stadium. So I would literally our work all day through the night and then have like free hours sleep got a college study as. You did this casino the the bitch would be like we used to do five transparency. Not only will take was the chew to say, have to stop off and the fuck that's enough free. Way, worked in the bar and he go pay to twenty an hour. Like notes it. Hasso Hasso. When you're young. You don't need that much sleep exactly now I'm just like I'm Pasta by seven o'clock. So, when did you get the bug? When did you discover that you wanted to study photography in photographer it was my backup believe it or not i. was fifteen and I wanted to be a sports teacher. My Dad was like, well, you got to have a backup. And he was a professor I so I kind of I grew up with a darkroom and seeing prints in the bath tub being washed and stuff. So he's like, hello go for this newspaper, pick out the picture the you think and if if I agree with you then I'll let you study photography as a backup and I ended up being a terrible sports teacher so You know I virtually failed sports studies by a my photography. So I'm like that's the way man to find out that photography is your fallback. It's funny. Because most people it's like. Repeats the first choice, not the second. It's like my lap was always insistent on you always have a backup everything. So that was my backup and then. Studied like the next freeze I guess and then. Started working straightaway into. Work you started doing initially. I did a year as a local newspaper photographer where it was tree, we do a jobs today and it would be like they had us going every thirty minutes. So you're driving around hundred miles per hour from job to job walk in the room sheet the paycheck next job, and it was like a fos learning cup. So you'd be like sports, events, politicians, babies, presentations, and then I landed a job working for news agency where I was doing hard news but I'm still doing. I basically landed a GIG. She will the cool proportion shift for Microsoft and like I like twenty, one years old and boss was worked for is making so much money from that the it was great for him. So I did I did about six months with him and then I got the opportunity to work for A. Company in Los, Angeles and just jumped

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"bath tub" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"bath tub" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"I know how hard that is. My next guest was at an all time high of three hundred pounds. She could barely get in and out of the Bath Tub. Grandmother sent me photographs of myself. I laughed and I cried. I never realized how big I was I wanted to lose weight for the sake of my children at my heaviest. I weighed three hundred pounds, and I could barely make an flight of stairs. Let's even new Theresa She's lost one hundred? So many times a relationship suffers when one person loses weight, not my next guess. I would shock the day I saw doctors chart that describe me. It's no be spe- male two hundred and thirty one pounds. I'd always thought it. Myself is a big girl, but being described as obese. Was the wake up. Call for me. I was more than seventy pounds over way. I had been on diets all of my life. I was only twelve when I went to my first weight loss cam. In College I was ridiculed so much that I stopped going to classes and stayed in my dorm room alone what I remember most about being obese or the stairs I got whenever I walked down the street or walked into a department store. On my worst day I weighed in at three hundred ninety five pounds and sported.

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"bath tub" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

The Mindful Minute

13:45 min | 11 months ago

"bath tub" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

"A brief discussion followed by a twenty. Minute guided meditation. Well again happy. Happy Monday. Glad to see all your smiling faces. It's always so nice to get to connect in this way but we are in the second week of our responding creatively to fear series and last week a series started with a discussion around really just identifying. What it is that we do when we're feeling fear and the fear that I'm you know. Sort of specifically talking about in this series. Is that feeling of discomfort or freak out when things are so clearly not in our control when we feel that sense of chaos or that unknown of the future and it starts to get us all anxious and we do the crazy things that we do right and it's really pronounced now in this pandemic but it's a fear that exists all the time right a catches us in all of these moments like even something as seemingly slade as getting a slightly grumpy email from your boss can send you down that pathway of like. Oh my God but what if I lost this job or what if I quit what would I do right? And we start like imagining all the scenarios and either a low level or high level freakout ensues based on the level of fear. You feel so last week. We talked about all right. We're going to start to identify some of the coping mechanisms. What do we do when we feel like? We can't handle what's going on and today we're GonNa talk about doing something differently which I get to say so simply like it's just that easy we're just gonNA totally respond differently now. Y'All it'll be fine. No it will not be that easy but yes it will be fine and we can actually respond differently so this is what we're going to talk about tonight is how do we do that. How do we start to change response to fear and the answer is really simply? We just got to do something differently like anything that will start to interrupt the thought pattern because our thoughts really quickly become The metaphor that I hear most often used is like a dirt road right in our brain. It's an actual dirt road. My mother says this I respond this way that happened so many times between the ages of one in twelve that it is so well worn so grooved and rutted that now instead of taking two minutes to go a mile it takes me two seconds to go that mile stimulus response becomes almost simultaneous. And then add another twenty thirty forty years to that same well worn path and you've got a pretty deep groove going on from stimulus to response and so it's not that easy to sit suddenly jerk your car. Out of these routes it's been in for years and years and years and create this new path so we have to do something almost abrupt right. The thing happens you respond the way you always respond. And as we build our habit of staying curious of staying awake we get better at catching ourselves in the moment. I'm here I am doing that thing that I always do. And it gives us the moment to be like. Oh my God go stand outside. Go turn on music really loud. Do Five jumping. Jacks take a deep breath. Do something to interrupt the pass to make yourself pause. You know Octavia my business partner. If you're listening to the PODCAST. She often says if somebody asks you how you are. And you respon- tired five days in a row. You should really pay attention to that right. And I think the same is true with any of our responses. When you catch yourself do the exact same thing every single time. Something specific happens. We should pay attention to it so really light example of that is if you listen to this podcast meditate with me. You've likely heard me say one of my personal little neurosis get very stressed out about being late for. Thanks and I'm better about it now. You know with decades meditation experience some slightly better in the car because I understand that sometimes traffic happens and I'm GONNA be late but when I noticed is I'm not that much better when it comes to leaving the House with two kids and it's impossible to leave on time and I was noticing. This is so interesting every time. I'm trying to get out the door and I feel like I'm running a little late. My kids are terrible. They're like melting down and having these disasters and I said. Why is this happening? Only when we're late if we're not late that's not happening but if we're late they're having meltdowns and it took me a minute realize it was definitely not them but it was likely me going. We're going to be late. Hurry up get your shoes on faster. Did you get your shoes on? Hurry UP HURRY UP WE GOTTA GO. We gotta go. And I'm getting them all riled up. They're melting down on getting more riled up right. You could see that this was happening and all it took was the ability to stay awake long enough and go. Oh look what I'm doing. This is making it so much worse right and so I'll give you another example this weekend in the same sort of way I noticed. I caught myself mid response to something that happens like almost on a daily basis in our household and I always respond in a way that feels frustrated and upset and annoyed with the way things are going and I caught the moment and I thought I got to do something different and so this was middle of the day on Sunday. Like I don't know twelve one ish as like. I go take a bath about but stairs and I climbed in the bathtub and I took bath in the middle of the day which is totally normal for me but I just knew. I had to interrupt what was happening because I was seeing that. It was a continual habitual response and not one. That was helping me at all. It wasn't making me feel better. It wasn't helping the moment. It was making me feel worse so I go take a bath and I let myself feel all the feelings and I let myself think all the thoughts you know even thought you knew. Heisler thought she liked try not to think about. I had all those thoughts to and then this is what happen next all of those thoughts and all of those feelings were things I didn't want. I don't WanNa feel this. I don't WanNa think this I don't want this thing to happen anymore. And I climbed out of the Bath Tub and instead of making a list of all the things I didn't want any more. I made a list of all the things I did want any felt really scary because a lot of those things felt like pie in the sky a lot of those things were very clearly completely out of my control. A lot of those things. I didn't even actually know what it looked like. Or if it was a possibility it felt like pure fantasy but somewhere along the way in this list of things there were a few things that were like. Really Small and very clearly doable. So I'm like looking at this. This is so interesting in glorious diamond once said dreaming after all is a form of planning and I caught it in there right in this list of making the shift from. I don't want I don't like to imagining what I could want. What would be the best possible version of this scenario even if my brain screaming that's not gonNA happen. That's not real wife. Even with that chatter going on I was like no no let me. Just go here. What if and it as this was happening. It pulled me to a chapter. I really recently read. I don't know if some of Y'all have picked up glennon Doyle's new book untained if you haven't I recommend it. It's really good. And she has this whole chapter on imagination. I just want to read you this paragraph that she. We are all bilingual. We speak the language of undocked indoctrinate indoctrination but our native tongue is the language of imagination when we use the language of indoctrination with its should and shouldn't right and wrong. Good and bad were activating our minds. And that's not what we're going for because our minds are polluted by our training in order to get beyond training. We need to activate our imaginations. Our minds are excuse makers our imaginations are storytellers so instead of asking ourselves. What's right or wrong? We must ask ourselves what is true and beautiful and so when we think about how are we going to shift our response to fear. How instead are we going to respond creatively? I think a piece of this has to be. We have to use our imaginations because the truth of the matter is none of us know a different way. Right those coping mechanisms. We formed those early. It's not like we waited until we were fifty to come up with a coping mechanism. The p the threads of that coping started so young. That is how we understand how to respond to things that feel out of control and so our bream doesn't actually believe there's another way but there is right. Remember the mantra real and not true. It's real that your brain does not believe there's another way it is real that you likely can't even fathom another way and it's possible that it's not true it's possible that there are other ways even if we can't see them in this moment and the way that we can no that's true is because we can feel it right. Why would dream something that could never ever ever have some thread of real realism to it? There has to be something in there even the smallest my newest thing that we could say all right. I'm GonNa pay attention to that. I'm going to pick this one thing to pay attention to so that when I feel myself pulled into that habitual response rather can say no. I'm choosing this new thing right. I made my list. I circled the thing. I'm paying attention to and now I have. That is like this new anchor point. Am I gonNA remember every time I don't know but am I gonNa try yes right because I'm not interested in living out the same pattern for the rest of my life and you know y'all are here so I don't think you are either? We're interested in doing something a little bit different and we can't do something different that we read in a book or that even possibly we come up with conceptually in our brains but we can do something different that with what we feel with what we feel to be true and beautiful. So we're gonNA practice and our practice you know. This is really the foreground of `interrupting those thought patterns. And we get to do it in a really really safe way because we get to do it with most boring mundane thoughts that rise up we meditate right and so the way this works. Is You know we sit down? We meditate we get comfortable. We feel are breath and I say now we're going to have a few minutes of silence in the into that silence for some manner of seconds. Likely we continue to feel breath and then quickly we get pulled into our thoughts and every single time we go. Oh I'm thinking I got feel forgotten breath I gotta go back. I got my breath every time we do that. We just interrupted a thought right because the normal pattern you know. You're like as soon as calls done a miniature the dishes and I take the trash out and then I'm.

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"bath tub" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Chardonnay Philip the bath tub shut the door tell your kids go play because young Jeffrey's brand new song of the week is just that's coming up in Maine K. as in jazz the only thing a little bit of that a bad reputation insatiable it was very I said this many I didn't mean the main concern maybe make a deal with you learn from it to do it because it only started here because they know me again which because we take it off the I make up a little I had to say but you can keep it up so and I completed leave a.

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"bath tub" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

28:59 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"I mean you can try and create a budget for an old house, but I don't know one person. person that's ever actually hit that button. We've lot houses than we still can't get it right on these older wells. You just can't do it, so we're going to resist buying older homes as much as possible. Ideally like sixties, seventies, ranches are like the perfect houses. We just the one. We just sold last week. That was actually an eighties ranch, and that was like I mean. We were in and out and sold that thing as quickly as we could given the situation, but you know we didn't have to do a whole lot. We were really you know. The electrical was fine. The plumbing for the most part was fine. We opened up. Up, a wall roof had been replaced in the last ten years. It was okay citing was good windows. Were you know double pane aluminum? But they could be kept in cleaned up so just in the system was still good at had been replaced once since it was built us just a you know a better easier product to kind of take in an investment grade form, and then take it to retail form on the other end, so speed of project ties into essentially the age of home that you're buying the older the home by the longer that projects going to be and ultimately the more money you're gonNA. Spend on that Rehab. Yeah I remember my first few most of the first you flips and rental die bought. We're all like pre nineteen twenties, and so I did a lot of my own work, and still like I was very used to the fact that like you tarit a bathtub. The Bath Tub that you buy at home depot isn't probably GONNA fit and you know you open up a wall and you're going to find problems and I remember just like then. I started doing. Doing some newer house especially announced in Maui here. We're doing that condos and like newer stuff like I like nineteen seventy-one. We got right now is like one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety nine I think and I'm like it's amazing. How much easier.

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"bath tub" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"Our our kitchen doesn't have to be that elaborate but but that does a number of things by making do this homework and they sat the supply photos and this and that and then I jokingly tell the husband that he has to do it independently of his wife and he can't show her until after they send it to me so I this is one opportunity to actually have an opinion so they always they always like that but they often on the same page or do they often have different ideas about stuff and does a dairy so I think for the most part. They're on the same page. Where the fork in the road is where they place value right so like this last project. The husband absolutely wanted a whole house radiant floor. There was no talking him out of the seat he would do nothing for the renovation project except put a radiant floor if that's what it came down to and her dream was to have this living room where where this is the one where we're doing a barrel vaulted coffered ceiling and you know she just had this dream of having that with this big fireplace and bookcases and you know kind of like a library stuff with a contemporary tilt. Feel to it so so that that's usually where they very for the most part. They're on the same page Usually they just please values in different things and you know. Sometimes it's the wife of Bath Tub and sometimes the husband's a good cooker. He wants a big decker. Big You know. I want the three car garage. My.

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How to keep dogs clean during the coronavirus pandemic

Broncos Country Tonight

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

How to keep dogs clean during the coronavirus pandemic

"As a service dog user I don't let people pet my dog for a number of reasons one being the transmitting of dirt and germs and viruses should we consider pepper a surface to keep clean this is a great question Amy and specifically about the firm let's say of dogs right now because they're usually out more than cats are not their nose and mouth but for her we don't know how long this virus can live on for remember we don't even know how long it can live on fabric yet basic common sense precautions if your dog especially a service dog is out in public a lot might be a good idea to clean off the pause when you come back inside and again you don't want to use anything harsh on the dog's fur or skin but just hosing it off showering it off putting it in the bath tub if possible once a day might be a good idea but right now again no firm data on that unfortunately but great

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"bath tub" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"That Monday night. The Cincinnati Bengals. We're looking more than decent against Green Bay. Fans across town like Jeff. Braley wondered if this could finally be a miracle season for the back then hapless local franchise of the NFL but really didn't get to see all of the game. He was a cop a detective. And you don't get to pick your downtime bingles game a call my my sergeant. Lieutenant were out on a drowning. Paramedics are still working on her. But something's not right here as he rolled to the House that night. He knew some of what to expect. When you're a cop for more than a decade you become familiar with the signs of a drowning like the froth about the victims nose and mouth. Your mind starts running a mainly about possibilities. They initially tell me. I've got a twenty four year old drowning victim Died in the TUB. I'm thinking that we're going to find evidence of something you know. We're GONNA find some drugs or evidence of an overdose or something. Has He pulled them? The victim was already loaded in the back of the ambulance. The arriving police officer was still inside the House and he gave the detective Phil on what he'd found when he was led to the master bedroom. Where the twenty four year? Old woman lay on the carpet off the bath. He felt for a pulse he assists CPR on what he described as a completely dry body with their hair being only damp wet head dry body. That's correct for someone who drowned in a bathtub off the nine one one dispatcher had been quite clear about it. He had instructed the husband to get his wife out of the Bath Tub and put her on the floor. The husband went away and came back on the line to say that he just moved his wife from the Tub to the better guy doing a little bit of detective rarely wondered along with the EMT's and the arriving officers. Why a woman who drowned in a bathtub would be mostly dry. He needed to see the see. What story would it tell him? I started mentally. Prepare myself based on what they've told me you know what? What do I WANNA see versus? What do I see? He headed for the master bathroom. I expected something to be wet. Expected there to be water on the floors or towels or whatever it might be and it's simply not they're dry. There's a very small remnant water what you might call some droplets on the bottom of the top right around the drain other than that. There's nothing you got any of Bath. Mats. What tells the floor that kind of thing. There's talent a floor. There's a mat on the floor but everything's perfectly dry now. He had not only a drowning victim. Who didn't appear to be wack someone who supposedly fell asleep in the TUB and pitch face down in the water but a bath room itself. That was both dry and undisturbed. Even though presumably the husband had to wrangle her limp body out of the Tub as he moved her to the bedroom whether it solutions are so whatever side They weren't knocked. That bothered me. If you're pulling somebody very quickly out of a top that that that's still together the detective making mental notes. Something was screaming at me. Something's bad wrong. Something bad really really bad has happened here and more so than just a tragic accident where she drowned. The forensic techs arrived and were taking photos cutting out sections of the bedroom carpet. Where the mixture of blood and fluid common and drownings had stained. What they wondered is. Was there another explanation for the stains? We wanted to get those things to our lab right away to start to start checking out some things. Even though was early hours in an incident so much would depend on the findings of an autopsy. The detective knew that this was not a case that was going to be closed out that night when I left the house at two. Am I knew? I had a suspicious stuff. Still there were questions. How long had Sarah been out of the TUB and had she been out of the TUB long enough for her body to air dry. It wasn't possible. I if you're pulling my directly out of a tub of water the body has to be would there's no other way around it unless a substantial amount of time has passed or or we're not being told an accurate story of what actually transpire question. Was it possible for Ryan to lift Sarah out of the tub without knocking over those bottles? That the detective noted were undisturbed. Was IT POSSIBLE FOR WATER? Not to be splashed around as she was moved to the bedroom. And that overriding question. What had happened to the young white master bedroom? We knew that she had drowned. Just from self. It was the manner in which she drowned it with. That had raised questions but detective really have the most questions for the seemingly happily married husband. Was it possible? There was stressing the marriage that no one knew about the had to rely on the fact in the back of my mind that nobody knows what goes on behind closed. Doors.

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Atlanta: Large water main break in Decatur blocks several streets

The Weekly Check Up

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta: Large water main break in Decatur blocks several streets

"Water main break as water flowing across the road indicator crews are very busy trying to repair the twenty inch break in the nine hundred block of Claremont Avenue it's a traffic mess also causing problems for area residents this woman tells channel two action news that Thursday that that be be a a major major water water leak leak so so get get ready ready get get your your water water ready ready and and fill fill up up your your bath bath tubs tubs because because it's it's going going to to be be pretty pretty ugly ugly camp camp county county government government issued issued a a statement statement saying saying any any customer customer experiencing experiencing brown brown water should run their faucets until that water is clear

Color-changing bandages detect and treat drug-resistant infections

Dr. Daliah

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Color-changing bandages detect and treat drug-resistant infections

"That was two seven vented a bandage which helps diagnose infections by changing color and they think that this could help curb antibiotic resistance is coming out of China call the bandage added senses when bacteria are present in the body and then it releases medication to kill in response researchers in China see the work of pave the way for rational use of antibiotics they normally antibiotics are given as preventive measures above the sink so here but you'll the is on mice and the bandage change from green to yellow one drug resistant bacteria were present and then I believe the bandage eventually turned read out a bit with some color changes I think I you know what I think I think it was drug sensitive factor I think have a typo here I think if it was drug sensitive actor turned yellow drug resistant actor turned right a little type a but that's okay I don't always tell the editors of there's a typo you maybe look stupid on air good articles so I'll give it to them now this bacteria resistance thing is why you guys Ravenel is I'm getting about you guys are mad and your fear yes with urgent cares in telemedicine and your doctor because you're not able to get the antibiotic like used to and well antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threat to global health they say seven hundred thousand deaths worldwide every year records the World Health Organization is because you have a bacteria that we can't fight with an antibiotic so we have I don't know how many tens of thousands of people die and it's very frustrating as a doctor because we say okay you have a bacteria they will give me something you give them something and it doesn't work and you have to explain to them can't we can't I don't really have much else which is why I think we need to go to you know maybe you feel certain light therapy or certain other non antibiotic therapy stealth kill these Bucks so but that help early help find detects bacterial infections early might we're just guess work and might reduce the shock on approach that we've done with antibiotics you guys are having trouble getting antibiotics now urging Kerr's telemedicine things like that because if you have a cold that sounds like you have a cold we're we're not supposed to give an antibiotic the rules are getting tighter and tighter they allow still a little bit of wiggle room but you know for those of you that always got dizzy pack for bronchitis those days are over because Suzy needs the Z. Packers for Max for super gunnery so she was sizes in China say that bacterial infection has a unique micro environment of toxins enzymes in a PH level they get kind of a cynic so doctors now getting cool and colleagues at the Chinese academy of sciences developed the material which can assess this micro environment that these victory give off the researchers incorporated the material into bandages that tested them on the wounds of mice I don't the average band aid is the size of a mouse so my guess is a real little bit bad well given up and even though I think anyway the mice were infected with either a drug sensitive or drug resistant to be coli in the case of drug sensitivity collide the bad the change from green to yellow and released an antibiotic to kill the microbes one the drug resistant bacteria were present the bandage turn red after coming into contact with the enzyme specifically produced by the resistance my quips when the vector were detected the researchers expose a bandage to light because in the material to release the chemical you see we're starting to use light that we can the bacteria allowing them to be more susceptible to the medicine so you see what they're doing we could slap this bandaid on to figure out if you got the drug sensitive or the resistant client if it's the resisting content that we could maybe start some light therapy or whatever we have out there and treated early that we don't have common light therapy sort of treatments out there we don't really have that were working on it you know we're working on silver we used to use silver nitrate to treat civil war soldiers STDs calottery and syphilis so we used to use that but we don't really have silver Reno very easily you don't Tom studied for certain factor which we need to do but now we're not just shocking approaching a machine gun approaching your infection what we need to do is find a way to work use that and not waste antibiotics or time or allow other he had to grow because were mixed use another at about so researchers say that sense in a tree branch over to quickly could open for recovery souls curb the spread of antibiotic resistant microbes so this paper was an ACS interest lines offers no since the bacterial infections the monitoring drug was this is a very important for the selection of treatment options so it's it's cool you know we're we're making headway I don't know how expensive these bandages are going to be you know your kids all the I have a bandage on pick at it at school jump in the bath tub it'll be floating around I can't see how many times I find my kids use bandages around the house you know

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2 toddlers dead in stabbing, high-rise plunge

Ben Shapiro

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

2 toddlers dead in stabbing, high-rise plunge

"Two toddlers died early today after a woman stabbed her grandfather left one baby in a bath tub then jump from an eleventh floor apartment on the south side with another child the adults are hospitalized in critical condition it happened at a high rise at seventy second in south shore

"bath tub" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And they keep it as a pet in the bath tub fry it up all right we're coming up on eleven past the hour now and in the next couple of minutes we'll have a warning about flying into the forecast after a quiet night as pro teams waited for sandy claws last night the NBA takes its annual place on center stage this Christmas day I'm John stillness and all of a preview coming up on first light all ahead in a few minutes all packages for a living a gas powered Mercedes Benz sprinter delivers transport people a sprinter van with zero percent financing is a five star idea if food deliveries your thing in a gas printer caters to you and if you're a general contractor this printer with zero percent financing nails it with innovation safety in technology sprinter's build for you and it's good for your bottom line zero percent financing the Mercedes Benz sprinter starting at just thirty three thousand seven ninety and for a limited time with iris section one seventy nine you could be eligible for up to twenty five thousand dollar tax deduction gas engine zero percent financing and a possible tax deduction now that's a sprinter that delivers the city's been bands born to run some options that's the type of extraction transportation charge and dealer prep the options on the ability not the dealer for details about costs turns only got about two thousand eighteen or two thousand nineteen Mercedes Benz sprinter vans excluding have task of a commercial customers only financing offer valid through January second two thousand twenty consult your tax advisor for more information my point is that in the sense of calm doctors without borders teams confront hard facts in conflict in crisis zone when others look away we step into acting because measles still kills more than a hundred thousand children every year we're there to vaccinate more than one million because some countries have only one or two mental health professionals we provided over four hundred thousand mental health consultations last year the fact is your support makes our life saving work possible through the impact we can have together doctors without borders dot org the for a savings of six hundred dollars when you get a king that for the bridge between get a free just engine for ninety nine don't miss our top five results we've actors now just three ninety nine visit Matt from dot com or store near you to try your perfect that today your body stretches for out of order visions of Robert for sale thirteen and a half minutes past the hour now Christmas morning merry Christmas from first light accu weather meteorologist being divorce here on a quiet morning well maybe it's quite where you are anyway merry Christmas theme good morning a it is a merry Christmas indeed for most places not having to better whether there is some fond problems this morning in the Midwest Michael the areas around Detroit's very dense fog in so I know there are folks that try to fly on this Christmas day because of a getting hearing to four in the end it seems a little easier but there may be some problems in in our metro airport Cincinnati would be another hub that could be affected in up in the Chicago land some fog again today they had all kinds of problems with fog yesterday through o'hare and midway hi the rest of the eastern seaboard in pretty good shape with mild temperatures as unseasonably warm weather really pushes into places in the middle of the country including St Louis could get up close to the record today of seventy one one warm Christmas in the middle of the country nice warm weather and dry weather all the way down into Texas spent abnormally drying since December first in a lot of Texas there is going to be some rain for you folks so coming up here as we get later on in the week and the weekend meanwhile out west from the southwest we've got some a rain snow levels are gonna reduced about three to four thousand feet in the mountains north and east of the Los Angeles basin and so slippery travel in the passes some downpours and even some thunder in the LA basin yeah and then thanks for the the guidance on air travel possibilities today I know a lot of our listeners may have had their travel messed up yesterday by the fog closing down the airports in Chicago.

"bath tub" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Showering in the bath tub is risky for everyone and how often do you use your tub anyway his dream style remodeling's Black Friday Kohler shower sales event with the biggest savings of the year we were America's number one remodeling company bringing you a new Kohler shower solution that fits directly into your existing bathtub space with a very low entry this superior Kohler shower solution can make your showers much safer saving ninety nine offer complete Kohler shower system plus a free shower door goal for the best savings of the entire year no money down no payments and no interest for two years for choose low monthly payments call now before our huge Black Friday sales event ends November twenty ninth six one nine three five four twenty to seventy eight six one nine three five four twenty to seventy eight six one nine three five four twenty to seventy eight this is a dream style showers dot com San Diego in places like Tuesday on news eight at eleven Cindy echoes get it done that was meant to fix abandoned cars graffiti potholes and more but the initial launch had a few I get no response from the city at all now see the echo revamp their get it done and claim that they're ready to handle your request we're sick about thousand reports a day you see so many shots he will break down the improvements how it works and she was some of the strangest request Tuesday on news eight at eleven every second your mind is gathering information but how do you know what and what's not finding the truth in politics our president trump's border headlines apple's their pond is there really a cancer risk and rumor post claim a tiger is on the loose in the east county your question research new see once you want to answer email verifying KFMB dot com if I told.

"bath tub" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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Genevieve Howland AKA Mama Natural on Avoiding Sugar for 20 Years

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

Genevieve Howland AKA Mama Natural on Avoiding Sugar for 20 Years

"Welcome to the podcast so great chatting outing with you today. I am so excited to be here with you. Guys thanks for having me our pleasure and it's super exciting because we are eighteen weeks pregnant right now says the very timely family conversation and we've got so much to get into but before we get into the juice the conversation let's talk about before natural so before you he became a natural. You lived a relatively unhealthy lifestyle. You ate junk food. You were overweight. You smoked he drank. Take us back to this time in your life and what was going going on you know for me. Food was kind of my in really in more particular sugar was kind of my drug of choice and so I just got into this pattern where I would use sugar you know go to kind of deal with life basically and so I was just a junk food junkie. I would try to eat healthy or to just not you know indulge but what I found myself. If I took like a bite of one cookie I would wanna have a whole roll of cookies and then a whole box of cookies and it really became addictive pattern. I kind of had like a midlife crisis twenty so this was like right after I graduate from college and I realized I kind of just hit a bottom and I realized I cannot do this myself because it was literally kind of just crushing my spirit right but of course also physically it was so harmful so by God's grace I finally made the connection that I cannot have refined sugar and it started literally unlike January first of nineteen ninety nine. I said you know what with God's help. I'm just not gonNA eat anymore. White refined sugar and it was just one day at a time and you know before I knew it I had a week together and then two weeks a month in six months in a year and now it's been like over twenty years since I have you know picked up. You know refined sugar sugar now. I'm sure I've gone to a restaurant and maybe like an salad dressing or something like that. There was some refined sugar but I've not intentionally gone out and eaten that for that long which which is a miracle but what I found was once you know. The sugar was lifted head then. I really didn't crave at that much. You know what I'm saying so so much of it was just getting eating clean of it and then I really didn't have the cravings because a lot of people here then they're like oh my gosh. I could never do that but once you just live without it for so long. It doesn't even come into your your consciousness. It's almost like dog food to me so yeah so once I got rid of sugar the weight just kind of fell off because I was very young and it was like I had a good metabolism as I was sabotaging issue myself with these binges of just sugar and fast acting carbs and then kind of just rippled into other areas of my life because then I started looking at okay why when I might cleaning I bath tub does my lungs hurt you know and I realized Oh my gosh is this bleach. That's in this product and maybe this isn't good for me and I started kind of clean up on my household supplies make makeup and then of course my Food Cup getting cleaner and cleaner and it just really became a lifestyle and then when I got pregnant. They was huge opportunity to think okay. How do I WANNA show up to this. Because in our culture it is a very medical is system and very much like you go to hospital you work with the doctor you know and a lot of cases you do end up up with some interventions and I was like you know. Could there be a different way and I would love to have it just be more natural and not so just invasive and medical allies and that kind of started me on the whole journey of natural so as you're going through this transition and you're cleaning things up. Are you learning from other people. Are there certain blogs that are inspiring inspiring you or books or documentaries. What does that look like well with the food thing. I mean this is back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine so there wasn't even really like the Internet was not what what it is today so I kind of just plugging along and I found different support groups and and people that talked about not eating sugar and then there's other people are saying don't eat flour because that also can be really addictive and that kind of informed my early years in terms of food and then I remember stumbling upon the western a price book nursing traditions and that was probably gosh no two thousand and three so before you know it. I'm like driving out to these farms to our south of where I live so I pick up eggs and dairy Syrian meats and stuff like that people thought I was literally nuts okay because no one was doing that. You know at that time but that book was a huge revelation for me. In terms of just food quality and just I think a big pattern that I got into with the Sugar Jane was I would then I would binge feel terrible by myself and then I got a diet gotta like purged this exercise through just is restricting my food so try to eat like fat free Lean Lean Lane. You know not enough calories really and it was almost like I would set myself up to one eat you you know and to binge so that was such a revelation to read Sally Founds Book because it just helped me realize oh my gosh I'm not nourishing myself and so it gave me permission to eat real food food and fat and proteins and just well balanced meals so I'm incredibly grateful for that early introduction to that book and then when it came to being pregnant it was join the business of being born that such powerful documentary. It's such an awesome like visual way of just kind of learning about the medical system in the way birth is so institutionalized allies and that was my huge I opener that really got me down this path of like okay. I want to try to go natural and how did the name Mama natural come to be. You know it's funny. We actually started as Earth Mama ATV because we are on Youtube. We start as youtubers. I never had a website. I never had any like formal. Presence was more on youtube so we started doing videos there than we started a facebook page and we actually got shut down by a company that was like had a similar name so like. Oh we better change her name and then we're like okay. We gotta come up with a name that we could like trademark mark so that we don't get into this situation again and we wanted like a short. Url So we just brainstormed and went on to go daddy and put a million different names in there and Mama. The national is available right. Okay that works in so that's kind of how that came to

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"bath tub" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"bath tub" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of Hannah Baker where you see her getting into a bath tub and you see her cutting her wrists and the camera lingers and every detail of what she's going through it actually showed in graphic detail the act of suicide which is something that mental health experts say can be very dangerous for people who are struggling with thoughts of suicide anything that makes it more familiar to them and causes them to keep thinking about it it's a suicide contagion that they had fear of Bruce that actually kind of hand out yeah I I remember I won't say I was shocked watching it but it was uncomfortable it was difficult to watch even though you knew it was coming but now two years after thirteen reasons why there was a follow up season to it as well season two Netflix has removed that scene the three minutes that's all just the three minutes of the lead character in her final act committing suicide Hannah looks into the mirror you see her get into the bath tub the next thing you see is her mom finding her and and and horrific see oh my gosh got wrenching yeah Allen's I'm glad that they remove the three minutes really I think that it's good that they remove the three minutes okay here's my issue why are you doing that now two years ago there was a huge outcry when this season first came out to remove that scene hack V. suicide prevention experts that the series hired to help them do the series right if you well accurate and so the series inside you can't release this really told them there's no safe way for you to release this series that wasn't an option so they released it what why did you keep that scene in there yeah and and then two years later decide to a minute so here's mine quote unquote issue that two years after the series has been out everybody binge watch that those who you know ninety five percent of the people that we're going to watch it of already watched right and I am a two years later go back into it arm is removing that three minutes removing that scene make it even more popular is it one of these we've taken away from you and so you know it lives on the internet you know that that scene is here's the deleted scene from Netflix thirteen reasons what do you see it you see I think they've made it more pop they drew more attention to the Hollywood reporter saying that Netflix is trying to work to make sure that that scene does not appear on third party platforms like you too we sent out of line and trying to wipe it from existence how's that turned out rock bass drum was getting we hope this video picture in it whatever never sees the light of day okay so so why is it happening now you say ninety five percent of the people who were going to watch the series of already done already watched it not necessarily because season three is expected to come out in the fall season three and it is rumored not confirmed that is season four is already in the making which means for people like like me I'm late to the party when it comes to a lot of shows like I I watch sons of anarchy after like everybody had seen everything I'm like five years later going all like I was I was an amazing series it was like yeah we're you bet so I know that there are people who have not seen it that will go back and watch it and that scene being removed can have a positive impact in the sense that it's not there to create that damage but but the series itself some experts are saying has created some damage they they were concerned about people trying suicide and inspired or being more comfortable with it in the wake of thirteen reasons why and that would lead to an increase in teens who died and what we found out is there was a study that established a correlation between the two thousand seventeen premiere of thirteen reasons why and a spike in youth suicide of nearly thirty percent mother wasn't a causal link to it but there was a correlation and it's it's something that you know match what mental health experts had predicted and we're concerned about it doesn't change the fundamental miss of the show though which is a high school girl committing suicide because of Chicago online shaming relationship issues it's settling a bullying thank you it just removes literally that one scene I think they've drawn more attention to that scene then it would have had if they just let it sit I think it's a PR move ahead of season three okay no are.

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'Eighth Grade' and the vagaries of awards season

The Frame

08:58 min | 2 years ago

'Eighth Grade' and the vagaries of awards season

"From the broadcast center at K P, C C. This is the frame I'm John horn on today's show could future Academy Award ceremonies honor the best screenplay written by an algorithm. Then why Bo Burnham the writer director of eighth grade channeled his feelings about the internet into the character of a thirteen year old girl, I I was very interested in young people flogging about their own life. And I watched hundreds and hundreds of videos and not to be cruel to the boys. But on average, the boys of this age talked about XBox and the girls this age talked about their souls and musician and photographer Anthony Wilson combines both disciplines for his latest release all that coming up on the frame. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. This Sunday, they'll be an Oscar for best original screenplay and for best adapted screenplay. But could there soon be a trophy for best screenplay written by an algorithm? We've known for years that technology is radically changing the way that movies are made. But what's remained fairly constant is the human screenwriter after all you can't make a movie without someone writing the script. Or can you if one artificial intelligence company has its way there's an algorithm out there that might be fighting for a share of the writing credit on the next studio blockbuster. We now revisit our peace with frame contributor, Colin freezing. Who explains it all if Robert Altman's movie, the player taught us anything it's that making a hit movie takes a lot of creativity. And frankly, guesswork psychic political thriller comedy with a heart with a heart and not unlike ghost meets entry and candidate conventional wisdom has it that no one ever knows exactly. Audiences want or what will get butts in the seats? But screenwriter William Goldman's aphorism that in Hollywood, no one knows anything may be changing. Here at the American film market in Santa Monica where the world comes to buy and sell movies. There's a company that thinks it can answer that question William Santer, Jack, Jan or with productivity media, and they're here to introduce an artificial intelligence program that will read your script analyze it for forty thousand data points or attributes then we'll tell you how to change it to make it more successful a horror film that features a ghost and the child imperilled has a eighty seven percent probability of overperforming. The benchmark the other day we actually had a conversation on. What kind of weapon with the youth in action film? We have all the kind of what kinds of breakdowns if you use a pistol compared to a handgun compared to a machine gun. We have all these planning or details of of these attributes you put all of that in and you go, you know, what if we changed the handgun to a bazooka this should outperform. We can we can see how it would into the program draws on a database of three thousand eight hundred films going back to the nineties it tracks what elements were in a movie, and how well that film did in any number of demographic groups computer will do a first run and say hope these are the potential elements, and you know, and we have recently started working on getting another layer people looking at those attributes and see, you know, how how actual relevant they are the story. So it's to stop. It's definitely a when you think about it. It's a complex problem solving. Right. The comedy drama or. Thriller. Their gold is to help any genre pitcher become the most successful version of itself. It can be they call it over performing the market or making sure you're cross generational buddy cop comedy with a dog does better than any other cross generational buddy cop comedy with a dog. It's like getting studio notes, but not from some slick executive with a gut feeling but from a coldly calculating cyborg. So it's just a tool set to I always say do one of two fundamental things. Number one is going to confirm what you believe to be true about your project or two it's going to give you an opportunity to ask another question. It all started just a couple of years ago. Jan an engineering student at the university of Waterloo in Canada, cold called the company called productivity media amid sized film. Finance firm Jiang was selling an algorithm that would predict how well a studio would do based on the movies. They were releasing. He. Intrigue the company decided to conduct an experiment using Jiang's database. They paid a film student. Make a trailer with all the key elements of a successful horror film impossible things a movie that doesn't really exist. Features of equestrian house in bath tub and a ghost in child in peril. It's honestly not much to look at. But the response on social media two point four million views was enough to tell them they were on the right track. But this feels like something we should resist to keep creativity alive. Monica Levinson is the president of production at shift Hans pitchers, the company has produced trombone and captain fantastic. And a ton of other. Well, reviewed dramas Levinson is not only skeptical, but worries that drawing on films that were successful sometimes formulaic retreads with mostly white actors might mean, there's no place at the table for new voices and diverse casting choices other things that we're trying to deal with now having more women characters and having better representation. And diversity and better representation of you know, just how characters behave all of that will be continued because that bias will continue from what worked in the past. That's not what works today, but productivity media says there's room in their analytics for all kinds of creative progressive choices take the gay coming of age drama and Oscar winner moonlight. When they ran that script through the algorithm. It determine the film would definitely find an audience before you also made tell based on two essential element in the film to have about eighty percent chance to before in the marketplace. And what was it about the movie that made you think we're made the algorithm think that it was going to do? Well, when we plugging, you know, a drama film with LGBT Salomonsson features African American. Essential elements, those the combination of those three already has a very significant influence on the outcome. But it does beg the question. If everyone is making a movie with the same elements won't that result him. Well, the same kind of movies coming out Santer says you need to think of it like music, if we said to heal whole bunch of musicians that we wanna song that's written in four four time in the key of c with this progression etcetera etcetera, etcetera, we're we're going to get you know, twenty different songs as for how screenwriters will react when. And if they're script feedback comes from an algorithm, maybe nNcholas cage playing version of screenwriter, Charlie Kaufman in adept Haitian, summed it up best sex or guns or car chases. I or characters you know. Learning profound life lessons or growing or coming to like each other or overcoming obstacles to succeed in the end. You know? I feel very strongly about this or the frame. I'm pollen freezing. Coming up on the frame our conversation with Bo Burnham the filmmaker behind eighth grade. He won the best original screenplay prize from the writers guild of America this past weekend. And he's nominated for best feature and best first screenplay at tomorrow's independent spirit awards. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us tomorrow, independent filmmakers will gather under a massive tent set up in the parking lot next to the Santa Monica. Pier. To celebrate the spirit awards they honor movies typically made outside the studio system. Among the nominated movies is eighth grade. It's in the running for four awards including best feature. The comedian. Bo Burnham who made it big on the internet as a teenager with YouTube videos wrote and directed eighth grade. And earlier this month, he won the directors guild of America award for first feature film, eighth grade is about a thirteen year old girl named Kayla who makes self help videos from her bedroom. Kayla's played by the newcomer Elsie Fisher, and the movie immerses you in her point of view in one scene. She's lying in bed scrolling through social media while an NGO song plays in the background when I met. Bo. Burnham after eighth grade premiered at last year Sundance film. Festival. He told me how he was able to reach Enya to license. Her song for his movie was like do. I write a note on like a salmon and put it new Fridays. Like, how do you contact like, how do you? Like like, a smokes they go on the air.

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"bath tub" Discussed on The Liturgists

The Liturgists

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"bath tub" Discussed on The Liturgists

"Countless times I was on the floor of the bath tub, crying begging for the voice of Jesus Christ to speak to Michael when he was an atheist. Why didn't that happen? Then? Why was it now when I've actually still really love Jesus and. Believe God is everywhere. Why? Now why not to someone else? When they, I know they've been asking for that for a really long time and why Jesus. Why was that voice? I heard this. Why wasn't it some other. Why was an awesome other voice a lot of why questions. But what I do know that I felt in that moment was belonging home, nece tethered not in a constricting way, but freeway. And it gave me a a love again for Christianity that Jesus created Christianity before this path that I've been on. I believe that it's led me to some really beautiful places that wouldn't be. Who is more was Jesus. This is a YouTube show. Facial expression, expensive. It wasn't happy. Good to me. There was a sound for that face it. What would that be? It'd be like. I feel like when you say that it requires like extensive knowledge of scripture, and maybe I should list that as a disclaimer of all those the four of us in the room. I know the least bit of scripture and that was even growing up in church. I cannot remember scripture right off hand even after doing bible drills and memorization stuff like that. I mean, I don't know that I could spend think Jesus is our was, do they use a real person possibly do that? He rose from the debt. I think Jesus rose from the dead. I do. I do. I actually do. Isn't that awesome? There's a time I really was Harrow. I mean, did he was born of aversion virgin? Slurred that word suicide. Note biologically, there's no such thing as virtue. Virgin is a woman who belongs to herself excellent slowly, logical framing, somebody's been listening to podcasts. Actually didn't get that from the littlest podcasts from Hillary though, right? No, I actually, I read, I read books. I, you know, I read books. I don't only listen to this. Oh my God, Lord hope centered bastard. I feel like I didn't answer correctly. There's no. I know. But I feel like I'm, I think the thing is like, I'm not so sure about things anymore. Essentially, well, it's just like a welcome to every almost every listener. But I've been on this. I'm not so sure path path. Leave the past. I'm not so sure. I don't know. I don't wanna miss out on whatever my in time we'll be. I don't know. Yeah. What is it? Fear there? What is it? Do you ever think about what happens when you die and how that relates to Christianity? I used to think about that more so like especially when you and I would talk more about your deconstruction, everything in like what had led you there and some of the paths of it. That's one of the things to unpack is like, when you start down this path, it's the realization will if Jesus is not real gods, not real or none of that than what happens to our souls after death, you know, like, where do we go? And I think that's one of the things that like could be scary at first thinking that there is nothing if that's the possibility. But again, don't know if it's Jesus, but I feel like there is something now after death. I just don't know if I'm not saying I believe in Jesus. Is it going to get me there or not? I don't know. I. Think I just kinda just twisted all of so. Are you starting off so strong. This. One to ten, how confident are you in some sort of afterlife situation of conscious awareness? Five. And then how confident are you that Christianity has anything to do with five and six. Table. Oh, interesting. What do you mean anything to do with that? Like that you have to profess Jesus is your saver in order to life, but it's it's the Jesus story of the afterlife, I'm assuming. Yeah. Like, 'cause you're not going to get there and see. Flip. She's like, well, fifty fifty shot. Something happens. If shot with Christianity five headed sloth. It's like, so. Algebra two..

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"bath tub" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"bath tub" Discussed on Car Talk

"To us, our number is eight car talk. That's one eight, two, two, seven, eight, two five, five lawyer on car talk. Hi, this is sandy from Clifton Park, New York. Hi, see you calling from the bath tub. It sound like I just subscribe to time magazine. No, it's probably because I'm calling from my work phone which is in Hyde Park New York just one hundred miles south of Clifton park, but we have a phone system here. That makes that kind of funny echo. So excuse me, that's all right. It's not your fault. You know why it makes funny sound because all the calls are being monitored. Your recording devices do that. You'll be terminated in the morning. Okay. The meantime, what's up? Well, I have a nineteen ninety seven Honda Accord. And it has started making a careful loud noises. Knowing of the type you might hear from young man's car who is filled with his to make it sound like it needs a muffler. You know. Yeah, but the noise is in constant. It's it's, it's it's a Cajun. It's only on my way home from work, not on my way into work outs going on with this happens. Well, I kinda tried to think logically the way you guys do and I know. Oh, I. The coffee right across the room. Well, what's different about my morning commute from my afternoon commute. And I realized that in the morning it's early and it's cool and I don't have the air conditioner on in the afternoon, particularly last week. It was kind of warm and I had the air conditioner on, and so the compressor was going well. The compressor doesn't go all the time. You know it does cycle on and off. Yes. And and when you hear the noise, is there any kind of predictability to it and you have to be moving to hear it? Yes, I have to be moving. When you described this problem, you described it as sounding like a car that needs a muffler. Do you have any evidence that you don't need a muffler for the fact that the car runs quietly eighty five percent of the time makes me think that it's something other than a muffler. If we could give you some scenario in which or coupon. If we get a scenario in which we could show you that you could occasionally have a bad muffler in quotes you, would you buy that with the. Yeah. What would it take. To take the hit you into a new mufflers tonight I would need. I would need a coupon. I mean, it sounds enough like needing a muffler. Can I give you one other bit of evidence your this might cleared up? We might need to go ahead. It was related to the compressor. So I thought, well, I'm gonna try driving in the morning and put the air conditioning on, need it or not. You have a very scientific mind. Yes. What do you do for a living in in Hyde Park? A marketing manager for the culinary institute of America really can institute. I worked at a..

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"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Oh good uh it's the find that they hoped scientists understand water currents though in 1992 twenty thousand and rubberduck were dumped into the north pacific ocean this was when a cargo ship accidentally dropped the container that that they were am and the duct spent more than a decade traveling the eu um and he's washed up on shores from everywhere from alaska to hawaii to scotland and they were cited as late as the mid 2000 um but there was an upside researchers were able to use the ducks to study water currents them you know how long it takes for object to travel from ocean to ocean that's pretty great and he gave i'm proud of you for being able to come up with two rubberduck all right will my last fact of the day here um i do have to put one bathtub rumored to rest here and this is a sad on because it's one we've heard many times before and this is about president william howard taft apparently he didn't actually get stuck in a bathtub he did have this giant bathtub installed in the white house a couple of weeks into his presidency and it was about seven feet long forty one inches wide there's actually a couple of photos of it that you can find there's there's one with four men sitting comfortably inside the tub so you know a tub of that size even at three hundred and fifty pounds he probably wouldn't have gotten stuck in and say you have to wonder like where did this rumor get started and it was actually started by our erwin hoover who was the white house butler at the time actually the white house butler for forty two years and in his biography hoover wrote that taft would quote stick in the tub and we're would require assistance to get out each time and so i think that's probably.

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"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"It's pretty great i can't say that i have heard of these oil baths in as azerbaijan but i can't say that i can even say azerbaijan apparently but uh that's pretty good all right well i've got another one here speaking of baths and cures for things apparently obesity might be one of these things so actually some studies have shown that taking a hot bath might be almost as good for you as exercising and have been several studies to look at this and so they were looking at blood sugar control and blood sugar levels as well as calories burned at one of the studies compared an hour long bath verses an hour of cycling which may seem ridiculous and of course an hour of cycling did result in more calories burned however an hour long bath resulted in a out as many calories burned is about you know maybe like a halfhour walk i was a hundred and forty calories and then when they compared the blood sugar levels after after the hour of cycling and then eating verses taking a bath and then eating later they actually found that the peak blood sugar levels was a little bit lower in those that just took the hot bath and so this is led two a lot more research in this area of what's called passive heating you know rather than the type of exercise an active sweating that you think of with uh with other ways of either losing weight or exercising so it's interesting to see what's going on in this area so i'm i'm i'm planning to incorporate this into my exercise routine going forward i like that all right gave what are you have for your next fact well actually have more to tell you about rubberduck.

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"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"I like the idea of being known as the guy that started the floating rubberduck mean it's you know at thug after you've finished your life that just feels like something that's a good first fact gave good job on that will not speaking of being known for things i want to talk about a family that's known for something very different today than what they started out doing and that's the jacuzzi brothers so i don't know if you knew this but they actually started out by making airplanes they had opened up a shop in the bay area an invented things like the jacuzzi toothpick propeller and also created the first airplane that was designed with an enclosed cabin now sadly after an airplane crash in one of their test flights they decided to shift directions in started creating things very different from that had other inventions including water pumps and that's actually what led to the invention that we know of today they develop this hydrotherapy system that was actually meant to help one of their relatives who had juvenile arthritis and they started massmarketing this product and then got a big break in the sixties when their product was featured on the tv game show queen for a day and so that's why we know the jacuzzi brothers for what they've done all right mango let's go on to the second round what you have for us so have you heard about these oil bats in azerbaijan apparently they're like this age old tradition there and you can go to a health spa and soak in a unique raid of warm crude oil supposedly the oil helps i quote he'll more than seventy diseases including neurological diseases skin conditions and impotence and i'm not sure why but impotence is always thrown under this list of things that you can cure with nonsense la remedies but many things cure it.

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"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"bath tub" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"But it did make me think since national vat a party days this week we are we have to talk about some battle fact so what are we dive in these hey there podcast listener's welcome the part time genius a little pearson and has always i'm joined by my good friend ticket schuttler and the man on the other side of the soundproof glass isn't tristan i i don't know our our listeners are going to handle this but your in lock today guys because trust in might be out celebrating national bathtub party day with 24 hours in his bathtub but we have another brilliant producer with us today we've got ramsey and the booth instead a ramsey he's waving back a hiccup could of course we've got our pow gave on the phone joining us as well good morning gabe good morning how's it going pretty well all right so for listeners out there were recording this on december the fifth in honor of national bathtub day now i know what you're all thinking is an october seventh bathtub day but actually that's that's only in england if i'm not mistaken yeah by even if you're in england you can still get in the bath on other days i think i i think that's the case but all right well let's get to the bathtub facts a mango uk that's off with a murphy bath fact and it's a pretty good one and i'm i'm proud of you for being able to get the word murphy again gave what are you have for his first i'm going to tell you a little bit about rubberduck the concept of a rubber don't actually goes back over two hundred years and vote early duct model they were solid cash rubber which meant they were way too heavy to actually live and this is because they weren't originally meant to be tough toy they were choice uh and for the ones that we know of that actually flow those are made of vinyl and they didn't call wong until the 40s and artists named peter denying each credited with making the first looting rubberduck you isn't artists renege animal sculptures uh but they weren't felling phil wealth through to create some cash flow he later miniaturise some of its pieces and had the meat into toys and obviously the most popular one look the rubberduck and more than fifty million of them have been sold to date.

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"bath tub" Discussed on WDOV 1410 NewsRadio

WDOV 1410 NewsRadio

02:47 min | 5 years ago

"bath tub" Discussed on WDOV 1410 NewsRadio

"About the things i will go on now because i was a punching back for too long and now i'm just like there's no points cereal the bath tub the owner whose that you know the one owner thank you to per cent of course that would you well that's what i love i don't know that in on a boy guns that and i got all about them studio with meter of whatever they'll joke on jones one week of conch when we come back out to talk to do then making tallies gonna stand my other employer fox news the big question ready out and they macinnis into american al of the at bat one company is on a mission to put a million people to work each year sounds like a big number doesn't not to express one professionals for businesses meeting the right people expressed employment professionals does the work for you we get to know your business and what you're looking for from skilled labor two administrative health for a new executive to join your team finally qualified people and support using expressed for all yourself for individuals looking for work maybe you're an accountant and in junior for nineteen developer looking for the right firm or how about administrative were customer service positions from welker's concedes he program to portland operators expressed has the contact was is or jobs express employment professionals takes pride in connecting the right people with the right company let us know we'll of endorsed forty go to express bros dot com to find location near you chances are you going to tax problem know someone who has a tax problem or someone will have one perhaps you've already received on our as notice a cp letter or notice a deficiency in a final return what is it all mean what can be done is a their hell it's true bad texas happened a good people our team of tax defense partners have been in the industry for almost twenty years we specialize intense difference and tax controversy we will protect you from a irs and fun to reduce your tax to the lowest amount allowed by law if you go ten thousand dollars or more in back taxes don't wait to contact the legal experts attacks defense partners call now eight hundred six eight four seven seven seven seven everyday you don't call you risk paying more and you risk asset seizure bank levies wage garnishments and come pounding fees and interest is don't fight our s alone called tax defense partners and eight hundred six eight four seven seven seven seven.

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