21 Burst results for "Beckerman"

"beckerman" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"beckerman" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"That movie is like you think it's just gonna be like a dumb like a problem child or whatever but he doesn't mean it is a mean movie about people doing mean things to each other. Which makes it a lot funnier. Yeah i hadn't seen. It wasn't for me but i will say like i didn't expect that ending like all like when charles grodin does kind of go off on delivered. And it's like i'm gonna ruin you. I thought that was very satisfying. 'cause i usually hate when like a kid is bad and then of course no one else sees and then the person feels like they're taking crazy pills so i like that part like i didn't think that was going to happen. Say mason clever. Yeah i mean this sort of thing happens to me every once in a while with like tv shows. I mean. I remember when my when my wife and i were like trying to figure out something to watch and i was probably like fucking around with a miniature or something. And she's like well. Why don't we put on this show called instant hotel which is a show where australian airbnb owners compete against each other to have the best instant hotel which is a term. I'm assuming they made up for the show because they can't airbnb and within like halfway through the first episode we were totally hooked now the first season you can't you can't catch that lightning in a bottle twice so the first season's great i totally recommend that shit into we have seen on the big screen that would have been amazing geno lakes. I seasons wild. But i would say for movies kidnapped. The halle berry. Suv thriller kidnap with a peo. Not kidnapped kidnaps kidnapped Yeah i mean i. I'm having a hard time with like one. That i think is maybe like genuinely like i would unabashedly recommend a folks but i. I think i've mentioned on the on the show in the past that we started watching d'appel ganger the drew barrymore nineties thriller about drew barrymore. Who may or may not have a doppler ganger going around murdering folks around her a drubel game and i was. We put it on at like twelve thirty nine. I think it was after like a. We recorded a flop house. Many and i just wanted to like having on for a couple of minutes to come down. You know like before bed and figured like we'll turn it off but we ended up watching the whole thing and it is i i it straddles. The line one might call it a bad movie because so much of the joy of it is how weird everyone is acting and some of them are not acting particularly well but the film spirals into madness in a way that i was not expecting..

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"beckerman" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"beckerman" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Were you satisfied. I am you say immediately turned ariffin said that characters name out loud house. Yeah i mean. I i don't know not i don't care i mean the the roster so large and they only showed view characters. Didn't get to see my favorites. Like johnny cage or Man i like. I i was a big fan of now and i feel like kay is represented as like a shitty asshole who you shouldn't like but by the fact that there is no other interesting characters you have to root for the like racist asshole personality so yeah shang sung is like i want you to strike but i you have to take down rate in shield at his headquarters so yes. It's the same thing that the heroes have to do injustice league but backwards. It's the villains doing it now. And it's weird because and k ball cabal hates kaneohe. He hates them and reserve former colleagues from colleagues. And you get the feeling that that a cabal. Who's in like a suit of living. Like cyborg mad max outfit. And he says he is an iron lung. Yeah that that kaneohe probably put him in that situation. But so so cabal visits k- no and i'm like so the shield that being them he did. That didn't bother him when he went in. Just it's one thing for like there's a shield keeping spec so go in there during the shield off okay or we're just like it's not that big an issue really slowly really slow one at a time things get you. And he's like no. You should shut down that shield and turn into a bad guy and kaneohe does exactly that and shane sunk shows up. Meanwhile who shows up at. Kohl's family's house goro Oak and everybody starts fighting battling battle battle battle battle. You get your first really gory. Death as king laos hat becomes like a spinning saw. Blade that cuts natarajan. Right down the middle of questions. Yep and she's the slipknot of the film big up character dies almost instantly and allow says flawless victory and other big wides razor brimmed hat flawless victory. You have to not get hit at all. And i feel like he got hit somewhere in there. But i have to reject the tapes. I mean me this life bar go down any. That's the thing you got to figure out. Well he might even take chip damage on on block. It just depends on the attack. He was blocking that also that they tend to be pretty clear that they kind of all make up the rules. Judge themselves the way shang songs like kill all of my competitors beforehand and hung lau is just when you're judging your own match of course it's going to be a flawless victory like come on. There's there's no way it's kohl's fighting goro. Kohl's wife talk about how you know. Yes another thing to me like this vanessa. Like for instance. I like no i know. He's a wild card. I know he's going to bring us down naturally but this is where the laziness of the motion picture annoyed me. 'cause literally guys like up look at. Hey cato cato you might would be fuck fucking. Hey 'tatoes like all right. That was it like that. There was no sense of like kay. No drama no. No no hiccup. No challenge no need to be seduced. Because i thought they could at least play that a little longer like keno maybe with him like slowly creeping around guest seduction of kano. Now is that not a film mortal kombat colon the seduction of house. Kabbalah laid out on pillows..

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Moving Machine Learning Into the Data Pipeline at Cherre

Data Engineering Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Moving Machine Learning Into the Data Pipeline at Cherre

"Hi by us on tiles on a data scientist cherry. Do you remember how you first got involved in the area of data management sites good of interesting routes in my career first and foremost physicists. In my condemning track originally was aimed for working in optics tonics when i finished my started working as a tonic designer for not to go communications company and then one day one of former post. Docs invited checkout chevy's office. He started working there at school. People come to get health and it was really kind of an immediate hits so jerry really met all the criteria that i have where it's still again. Perspective projects specifically the working on a really challenging problem defining domain model for bela states. There were working on high impact issue and it was work with smart people really smart people right so type. Problems is very challenging. And then what you're doing really to think about the real estate industry state as it is right now so the would be kind of what speed trading or is dead for the stock. Market's really changing the way the real estate market's looking at tech. So all that looked good. I joined sherry and they learned about the domain afield state so then who is one of the founders and learn about functional and object oriented programming test driven design micro services from medicine. Sterling is a senior engineer i learned about. Nlp knowledge grass from the awesome john madden or head of machine learning engineering. Who you've answered before. And zoya from ron beckerman bizarre. Cdo in data science professor. So it's been really great working all these people. It's been an awesome learning experience

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"beckerman" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

03:04 min | 4 months ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"And i had to get my daughters out of the country because of because of the cold makes no sense and then heidi cruises texts to the group. That are literally like guys. It's freezing in the house. Get anybody want to go to cancun. The ritz is only three hundred bucks got set to the new york times holy crap. That's hilarious. I asked you guys a question about ted cruz. Please don't don't know the answer. It's not not factual it's your feelings. Now he's sniffing worm. As i said right he is just like a repellent talent. Humans on earth is but he. He kind of like what's weird to me is how embraced. He is by the fascist right. Okay now he's he's avi league creep he is he is obviously has no in tech like no intact right like people if the bully him and then he starts like licking their in between their toes. You ever see like in like where someone's licking an r. rated iran may. I was thinking of ninja. Scroll particularly which. I will tell you this. I feel like the two possible. Ratings for anime are g. our is not an option. There's a lot of. I watch a lot that'll car i'll repeat i say. Pg thirteen to a is my rating system so my question is obviously like just this like that. Eyeball ball thing from the end of big trouble in little china. He's obviously that kind of creature but he's embraced and loved. But like you will probably recurred of everything that's happened. He will probably get elected again in texas right now. Do you think they're on the on the left. I was thinking about this this morning. Do you think on the left. If there was a character like that that was just disgusting and just like putrid just like a human vomit. Bud that voted like was pro. Green new deal was pro. Medicare for all like fought for all this kind of stuff. We would still embrace that. Like i think there's something interesting about the fact that the fascist right embraces the most disgusting people just because they embrace their things left even if he like wanted the same things we wanted we would we would drop them in that acid. Yeah yes that's fascism baby toe works the saint andrew various ing. I was gonna say that's a good t shirt by the way. Look and. I don't think that these people are the same at all but i will look to how the left kind of treats like a bill maher My favorite person in many ways. And i think that sometimes people on the right think that we all like love him and think all of his bats witty..

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Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace

Ask Me Another

06:16 min | 11 months ago

Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace

"It guess what we have a guest. We were supposed to have her at the Bell House in Brooklyn, but she is here with us today the Emmy Award. winning. Star of will and Grace Debra. Messing is GonNa, join US tastic. All right. Let's call some friends play some games. Have a good talk. Thankfully. This couple is available at they're not only a couple. They host a podcast called couples therapy where they talk about relationships with comedians themselves. It's both life-affirming and funny, which is a nice combination not like my therapy. We have. Andy. Beckerman and Naomi Eck Paragon Hey. Hey so at you're obviously your house. Yes. Yes. Self Quarantine Day eighteen dating. You're in Los Angeles yes we are. Already a city of self. Quarantine. Works out really well, I was telling these guys that I had a stranger talked me from six feet away and it was just something nice. They were like Oh look over by that tree. There's a eagle's nest and I was like Oh. This is so heartwarming a conversation with a stranger. Missing this and then he was is it an amazing Hell Mother Nature Continually rejuvenates the earth and provides I was like Oh not this guy. We just don't get along normally so it's not going to start now. Like a stack of books with. That he was tossing out. Anyone who would take him. So. Funny. The little conversations you're having now being bored because I'm really, I'll tell Andy any thought in my head. Yes. So a couple couple in captivity how's it going? It could be worse like actually not bad. We've had an eighteen days to arguments I think that's about it. We had two arguments. It was like a real uncomfortable though because we got an argument and then I went in the bedroom you know what I mean like I just like sat there and was like well I guess it's Cool out where I think normally I would have left the house or I would have like gone like met a friend. Do you know what I mean like I'm getting a drink and then cool out This time it was like. The bedroom till you forgive me. S. Oh Yeah. I'm going to the other side of the couch while the exact. I like actually hanging out with people via zoom now because you can like I'm at home we're talking but I could just get up and go get something from Fridge I love that we should all be at home but hanging out with people but they're not in our house. Yeah. Don't clean up they leave. Don't have to get there. Yeah. Is Acceptable. Right, the only problem I have is you can't leave. Here to Leo do though you can always just fake an internet outage. It's very easy. You just. Just leave the meeting, and then you you take something like, sorry, my incident. You Guys WanNa, play a game. Do you WanNa just a little escapist quiz I would love to. Competition. We need healthy competition right now. Okay. So your podcast is called couples therapy. We have audio quiz for you called Tele Therapy. So basically, we're GONNA play a clip of a TV therapist and you're just going to identify the show. Okay we'll start with an easy one. This is for you andy. Hello, Claire. I'm listening. Oh Frazier. Frazier. That's right. Raising grade were you a fan of that show? Did you ever watch that show in its I watched it for many years and then Niles and Daphne got together. Yeah. I was like it's Okay I will say, actually one of our fights guys was. Its own Andy He's a niles. I'm not wrong. He said I was Eddie the dog. Oh. Yes. That's that's pretty harsh. In fairness it was a cute dog does he could you talk a lot of tricks? No. Okay. Because I am anyone I am Marty. Crane okay. I'm sitting in a chair and I am saying. Either me? And so ed he was he's a police detective and that's what you want to be through. I wanted to the the woman that he did the radio show with Ross Ross Ross. Thanks thank you. I ever a buzzfeed quiz now. All right now is your chance Naomi. Here we go. The comic plays that therapist in this clip when a best guest actress Emmy for the role I committed adultery I betrayed a friend I'm an awful person alley. Every patient that comes into this office thinks that he or she is the world's biggest loser for the first time I. Agree. There's a hint in the clue the name I know alley. Oh God I don't know two and a hand. Yeah. Dancing Baby. Oh, fudge. Okay. Ally mcbeal ally mcbeal is correct but what I remember loving do you Elliott Bill took a black lover. You know she was with Jesse l Martin who played collins in the original cast of red. went onto become such a star. Yes remember thinking. That little bony. Lover. I'm very into it. All right Andy, this comedy central show was animated in.

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Will TikTok Be Banned In The USA? It May Depend On Who Owns It

Morning Edition

03:49 min | 11 months ago

Will TikTok Be Banned In The USA? It May Depend On Who Owns It

"It's the shiny new thing in social media, and it's super popular with Generation Z. But the clock may be running out on Tic tac. See what I did there because the Trump administration claims it could be used for espionage. NPR's Jackie Northam explains. When you scroll through the TIC tac cap, There's a constant stream of lively music videos featuring teenagers and twentysomethings and lots of cute little dogs and sunglasses performing for the camera. But they're going to be some pretty unhappy young people here in the U. S. If the Trump administration gets its way. In an interview, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned the U. S may ban the Chinese own TIC TAC because it views it as a national security risk, whether it's tic tac or any of the other Chinese communications platforms, APS Infrastructure that this administration taken seriously the requirement to protect the American people from having their information end up in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party. Tic Tac has been just really an uplifting thing for families. This is a company and an app that is meant for creativity and to enjoy that's Michael Beckerman, a vice president and head of public policy at TIC Tac US. He denies the Trump administration's charges and says there's no intelligence to be gleaned from the AP. Vic talk, like other social media platforms collects data on its users. But Beckerman says, Tick tock never has, nor will share that data with Beijing. We have very strong access controls to data our servers as I mentioned her in Virginia and the decisions on content and everything else or air made at the U. S level by our U. S leadership. The considerable Beijing Stealing data has been building for about five years. Ever since a cybersecurity attack on the office of Personnel Management when sensitive information of more than 20 million U. S citizens was stolen, Paltry Olo, who focuses on the intersection of politics and technology at the Eurasia Group. Scissor have been a number of similar incidents since Trio says the concern grew when China introduced a new national security law a couple years ago. And that law basically just says that companies individuals have to cooperate with the Chinese government when it comes to intelligence matters. It's very vague, though it doesn't say a social media company has to turn over all stated to the Chinese. Government, the Trump administration's effort to ban any Chinese equipment that could be used to steal sensitive data, trade secrets or intellectual property is picking up speed. That even includes thousands of surveillance cameras set up in government buildings and military facilities. Most of them are made by Chinese companies or have Chinese components. All those cameras have to be removed by August 13th. Hitting the deadline is absolutely going to be tricky. I mean, it's just it's like it's less than a month away. Catherine Gronberg is with Force Coat Technologies, a California based cyber security company. She says. It'll be difficult to replace the cameras. You know, the fact is, is that these markets are dominated in some cases by Chinese products, and in fact, we don't have alternatives that are either made by us or in the U. S. Or U. S Ally, Eurasia Group's trio, Lo says the movement against TIC TAC and other Chinese platforms and tech companies. Comes at a particularly turbulent time in U. S China relations exacerbated by the trade dispute and the Corona virus pandemic. It's a much, much broader problem that between the US and China that the tech companies are being dragged into You know, there's there's no trust basically, and the administration warns more Chinese made equipment or APS are in its crosshairs. Jackie Northam. NPR news

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"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Weeks. That's fine and I really. It's a new thing completely new like from your brain. Yeah yeah from like the start top of my race and my other win okay. So obviously everybody knows have been doing. I've been in the process of of eating and one of one of the things that I really like just noticed is like the. I've never noticed before is that. I'm totally able to kind of stop eating chicken or like salad when I feel like satisfied but anytime there's like a carb like rice or potatoes or pasta I even if I make it even. If it's not take out anything I need to eat to the last bite from the shared container like with my hands you know and yet it's just like a note like I noticed it and it makes sense after like twenty years of restricting it right so the other day I ordered Sushi and I got like the you know where usually avoid it because it's like a whole thing of rice and that's the main parts vinegary and I went for it and I didn't finish all of the rice and it was fine. It was the first time ever that has happened in my whole life guys. I'm telling you my whole life. I've never not finished rice and then it was great. So those are two subtle wins. I would those are. Those are huge wins. I'm sorry like all you know I'm not I'm not there subtle. Observations that like slowly kind of chip away at making a difference. So is my wingas. Sammy what's yours. My win is that I actually did like to meditation to Melissa would help since this week. That's great I was like but I wasn't like was really just doing it because I just want to like. I Dunno feel just a little bit like more president it and not I think I think I mean like present as in like not always waiting for like the next thing like I'm always like waiting for like the end of the day or the the end of the book like if I'm reading I'm like rushing to the I have to by the end like or like if if Ogden I like went out for a walk I'm like okay like when do we like turn around like what like like when like exit but then I started realizing like what am I waiting for. Like what am I rushing like? You're not enjoying the process right. Like what's the rush? Why does the day to like like what will I do on the days over like it's sort of like just kind of this like I need to stop like fast forwarding through things that are like why outscored anymore kind of so i? I'm trying to like stop doing that. So I tried this meditations. I don't think it's something that like. Oh I you know my whole life. My whole way of thinking like onto the next is going to go away in a second but it feels nice to do them and just like remind myself till I feel like I don't need to rush to the end it did it. It slowed you down. Yeah but like I still am like oh I got like I noticed that I do all the time like I just went to shoprite before this recording and I was like. How do I get out of the store like a sap but it's like why why? Why do you want to enjoy the food shopping during a pandemic? Well it's more just like okay even the drive home. I love to drive like I'm like oh I have. I want to get home fast. I'm like why do I? Why am I impatiently red light like what's the going Sammy slowdown down enjoy late? It's rather than fast forwarding through them right like I'm thinking like we don't have an end date for being here. I'm like when is it like? Why do I want the end date? Nice up here stacked like you. You you love facts. You needed to be like hard in concrete. But it's something you can control right now maneuver around it once. You have that information right. It's just more like I just this conversation's lovely like why. Why by looking at by next time. I think he next recording that kind of thing. Recognize your meditations go? I'll keep you posted. We'll see if we do any more but now I've officially surpass the seven day free trial for Melissa. What health so I'm guessing keeping it for another month and you know you know. White girl others hero. All that's great. Thank you so so much. Tracy for joining us. The gang's back. Thanks for sharing your stories about being pregnant in this kind of crazy time. Congratulations a hugh again and we. We can't wait to meet her. I know I'll I'll show you guys her over facetime one day probably will be tough each other again tracy. It might not be like for a bit and she might be like maybe a year old or something but who knows who knows but otherwise. We'll we'll see her over facetime. I've not been leading and but anyway if anybody wants to reach you how can they? How can they get in touch? I am the happiest nutritionist on Instagram. And if you want to read more about my book go get the book because it's been life changing and it's on Amazon. It's called the better period food solution. Had each your way to a healthier period one meal at a time of it. Great title thanks and it works. It works we have some proof on this live proof. You're walking evidence. Thank you guys for listening. Email us. Dmc DOT COM Rate Review Subscribe. Please every review counts. Follow us at Dye starts tomorrow. Follow me at a lean. Follow Sammy Sammy..

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"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Yeah my therapist was like she's like I feel like because you don't have to go out into the world and get your energy depleted by interactions and like inconveniences. Like the subway. She's like I feel like you are so much less anxious because you don't have like such stimulus like so many stimuli all the time. Yeah you've entered a like a mental bunker that you've been preparing for the last ten years through David. I mean alien. I have been talking about like what we're GONNA do. If there's some sort of apocalypse she say like let's say like your money doesn't work anymore and laid. There's no Internet. Like what are we GONNA do? We were GONNA cultivate livestock and Tagger PRODUCE WE'RE GONNA PLAY ON SEEDS. So we need water seeds and livestock And that's how we're GONNA survive like once great. Yeah Mike Let. Let's start. Yeah okay. Let's start the actual use fall off your chair. I'm going to Betcha media. Presents REALLY WANNA lose three pounds yet? Nighttime Dan Fodio Diet starts tomorrow says give endorphins endorphins. Make you to Jim Happy People. Just don't shoot their husbands with hosts daily in Cooperman. Sammy fish buying whatever how welcome to. Die Starts Smile. I me lean. I'm Sammy and today. We are joined by somebody you all know and if you don't know her you're not a loyal. Ds Tear her name again. An amazing woman way the new the new INS. Why don't the new ones I mean? You're your new. Perhaps your new loyal follower. But we're in new people you should go back and binge everything but anyway. We are so excited to welcome back. Tracy Beckerman thanks. Your Voice really good. Oh Yeah I've been practicing according to you and it just been singing all day and it was really active so much thank you welcome back AIDS this is. This is so bizarre because I was thinking back to the last time we recorded. And I haven't had both of you. In my periphery in a very long time because we recorded once with a lean in October and then Samya in November. Oh my gosh. The last time we saw each other Roger that goes back to gang's back together gangs back like kind of three zoom right up have also a new member of our gang. That tracy is carrying right now. Nice Lean A. We have a baby girl bets growing much on my gosh. Congratulations recently announced that you are expecting a child think quarantine. Yeah I was thinking I was like this is going to be like a future baby bech and a go on the website to maybe get a little onesie is where are they. Oh my God. I'm so sorry arc. We used to all onesies. There might just not be any right now but we will. Don't worry it's coming. We have a whole plan in the works in the next six months. Bright now like manufacturing. You know there's some slow things going on because of Covid is this just seems like a priority. Don't worry there's going to be a onesie. It's going to say it's a batch and you'll get it we should we should do like batch reveal parties like instead of gender reveals like you don't find out the gender you just find out whether the baby is a better not and the balloon comes out tied. I comes out of smiling or comes out like giving you like a side. Yeah I seen you hard. Such a funny like parody video yeah anyway etc smiles and then you have someone like flipping the bird a bird. Okay so tell us what's going on in your life since you've been on the podcast. I remember last time we chatted. Your book came out. And what's been going on? Yeah exactly a book that that ultimately help to get this babe edge growing actually and happening. That's incredible I know it was a weird way how this worked out like I was talking about it with you guys. I'm sure just about why I wrote the book to get my cycle back but obviously with the intention of getting a period to then become pregnant one day right get your period rate to get your period and then not get it a number of months. So it's it's been weird to use my own instructions like I was reading my book as if I was a customer. Sit on like Oh that makes sense. I have to start doing this. And it's been. It's been fun to do that. What did you what would you say was the most impactful thing that you took from your own book that you think helped you get pregnant. Well with the with regards to getting the cycle back. That was like a hundred percent what I had to do to get hypothetic imaginary under control before I could get a period but then when it came to for Tilleke it was funny because you know I. We started trying to having a baby after the book came out so I had to birth the book and then I was like okay. Now I can wrap my head around actually burning like a human so he started trying and I was like wait a second. What what do I need to be doing now? To be eating for fertility so I flip to the next chapter about fertility and I was like okay. I need to be doing eating more fats. And he'd be exercising like basically all the things that I was doing. My cycle back also helps with becoming more fertile weight exercising. Less is is something. You're supposed to do to get your feedback. Yeah Yeah because you're putting stress on. Anyone needs an excuse. I took that I took all of those excuses when I could yet. Because you're putting you're putting additional like cortisol and stress and momentum ensure body when you should be ultimately in a place of healing and rather than like catabolism. You're not breaking down your building so the audience wants to hear more about how you got your memory under control like what was that like. Yeah well I spoke about like how long it took me did get my cycle bat. Going off birth control after being on it for ten plus years on and off and then when I found out that a couple of months went by and nothing was happening I felt like I need to do a deeper dive into what it was eating how it was treating myself. And it was weird. Became one of those self reflective moments where I was working with clients who were recovering or in the middle of recovery with eating disorders Assimilate myself as having an eating disorder though. I did have disorder thoughts around food with how I was in eating. The right foods skimming the surface when it came to like nutrient composition. That was working out too much. I was missing meals and having coffee instead and I realized that a way that I used to eat like a couple years ago was brewing up in my mind behaviors with food so I felt like the love that I wanted to give my body. Wasn't there I wasn't treating it with compassion. I wasn't giving it the right. Nutrients even have a period so that type of journey leads the realizing you gotTa gain some weight. You have to eat more fats. You have to exercise little to none. You could walk a lean instead of running like. That's okay. I've been I that's actually. I've been walking a lot more And it really makes just kind of difference in your day it. Yeah we're like all trained to be going one hundred percent but if you just go when you don't calculate the percent of which you need to be going it's it's one hundred great it's still fine But I wanted this function of my body to start working again to have a purpose not to just be like on display or a Like a mannequin. That was just wearing clothing. It had to be serving more function so that type of like that change needed to happen for me in order to make these dietary in behavior changes so like now so right before you you got pregnant like what were and you had. You'd gotten your period back. What were your habits like on a daily basis when I was in in the groove or when I was groove yes so I was eating more. I wouldn't say like I was eating big. I was eating bigger portion. So like let's say my breakfast normally like something..

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"beckerman" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"He's a midfield is a bomb. Ver is a poet and a US. Men's national hair and he's poised at the age of thirty to make his first appearance in a World Cup. Final. Let's welcome to the stage. A remarkable footballer. A human being ladies and gentlemen miss. The Kyle Beckham opinion. Just happen to be wearing tonight. By coincidence ooh Beckerman collision out. That new. A terrible we would do that. He looked terrible. Nearly as good looking as you say cal I love. That's going to be the look. We know that it's going to be the look. Just GonNa let these rum got. That's good..

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"beckerman" Discussed on FashionTalks

FashionTalks

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on FashionTalks

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"beckerman" Discussed on FashionTalks

FashionTalks

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on FashionTalks

"Was black on my mom. Wait a minute here. That joy of being able to reinvent yourself and feel differently in the clothes you choose and the beauty you decide to use. That day was very much a part of your family and for us it was more about just having fun with it and trying new things. It wasn't really about really to fit it and it was just about trying new things and figuring out who you are as a young person and how do. I want to express myself. And how are people going to see me in all that stuff and growing up? We were bullied. We were bullied in. It was a really hard for us. And there's two of us so I can just imagine being younger and on your own and being bullied and the pressure and the pain that you go through a child I mean. That's you want to keep them safe and protected and and and it just happens and it happened to us and I felt like in a way if I dressed up in. I could just be who I wanted to be then. I wasn't being bullied and I didn't have those problems and it and it made me feel great so I guess you know what I think. We really learned about treating people with compassion with kindness and really learned a lot about ourselves in about other people and and really just like dove into who I want to be is a person. Fashion can be so much about acceptance. Right right it's so true. I mean even the hottest genes in the hottest this and the hottest sneakers and kind of just taking it all the way and being like okay who am. I is a person without this without all this. You know at the end of the day. Who am I even though I like? This fashion test was always like an extra awesome thing to dress up create. Have Fun and just try new things but at the end of it was all. It's all about just who you are as a person that's always kind of been our core morals and how like as you talk about you know who you are as a person and how fashion and dressing relates to that. How did you did you ever kind of? Sit Down together and articulate how you wanted to define yourself as a person or has it just sort of organically kind of used out of your pores as you've moved through life. I kind of A little bit of both. I think we were so. We were Vegan. When we were younger we switched over. And so I think just learning even about you know animals and being compassionate and I think also creating and making clothes and becoming who you are and I don't know I think for us. It was just about the evolution evolution of growing up slowly and then I feel like when we moved to New York. Nineteen we were disbanded. All these creative people in because we went to. Fit Fashion Institute. And I think we just you start seeing no you start to become yourself in the person you WANNA be. I WanNa talk about your time in New York because I think life is full of chapters and those ten years in ten years right. York is definitely an important chapter in terms of like the foundation of becoming the Beckerman blog and whatnot. What was it like going to fit like that's one of the like fashion institutes. Did you always know you wanted to be designers because one of you is doing knitwear? Yes I listen. I majored in our grandmother and our aunt owned a knitting store. And I always saw the knitting and making these gorgeous things and I just always knew that I needed to learn. All the machines like learn the machine part of it and I just always like now even even now. I'm into needlepoint now. So it's just like in my DNA to be creating all the time and so yes I did. I got my BFA in fashion design and Sam Gutter BFA accessory design and then our sister. Chloe joined us two years later God her. Bfa In textile design and we all work together and had a clothing line for five years called Beckerman in New York so we learned had a may close to produce them had had a cell.

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"beckerman" Discussed on FashionTalks

FashionTalks

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on FashionTalks

"Extraordinarily Sam and Kelly Beckerman Aka the BECKERMAN twins. Welcome you guys. Thank you so much for being here. So we're GONNA get into all sorts of interesting things about what blogging means now and a little bit about your history so i WanNa kind of just start at the beginning. Can you tell us a little bit about where you grew up? And what kind of kids you were growing up. We were very artsy children. I would say that we got our television pulled away from us when we were eight years old. I nine years old excuse that we were in intended junkies and always inside the gamers and never going outside and so one day or parents. Read this article. We're taking your television away. No more time to do our time to create time to just do other things and we started sewing and coloring and creating fashion scrapbooks. Our parents basement was like this big collage of just like artwork in masterpieces and paint. And you name it and we were trying and our parents basement. There is a mirror down. There would always do dance routine. Tell a scrapbook studio studio. Yes and you have. I know you're younger. Sister chloe do have an older sister. So you were the two like in this environment downstairs. Actually clear younger sister was the boss so she ran the show. She's Leo. I think it's fascinating that you had this lake television kind of abstentia moment which I want to get back to you in a little bit but before we get there. I think we all often have that moment where we realized that fashion is more than just the clothes that protect us from the elements. You guys have a memory of where you kind of felt the energy that comes with this thing we call fashion or when was it or has it. Just always been part of your creative DNA. It's it's always been almost like an art form for us and we always got really into like different themes of dressing up like I remember in high school. We went through lots of different periods of dressing dressing. Very Western very raver. Very skateboard are very surf. We kind of like tried it all sort of sort of feel like renoir fit in you know. Where do I belong? I guess or where do I feel accepted? Or How do I feel my best and I think our mom was always experimenting with their hair color and topping her hair and she was very into fashion to remember getting picked up from school in jumping in the wrong car because I thought her hair was blind and then it.

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The Beckerman Twins: Fashion Blogging OGs

FashionTalks

02:32 min | 1 year ago

The Beckerman Twins: Fashion Blogging OGs

"Sam and Kelly Beckerman Aka the BECKERMAN twins. Welcome you guys. Thank you so much for being here. So we're GONNA get into all sorts of interesting things about what blogging means now and a little bit about your history so i WanNa kind of just start at the beginning. Can you tell us a little bit about where you grew up? And what kind of kids you were growing up. We were very artsy children. I would say that we got our television pulled away from us when we were eight years old. I nine years old excuse that we were in intended junkies and always inside the gamers and never going outside and so one day or parents. Read this article. We're taking your television away. No more time to do our time to create time to just do other things and we started sewing and coloring and creating fashion scrapbooks. Our parents basement was like this big collage of just like artwork in masterpieces and paint. And you name it and we were trying and our parents basement. There is a mirror down. There would always do dance routine. Tell a scrapbook studio studio. Yes and you have. I know you're younger. Sister chloe do have an older sister. So you were the two like in this environment downstairs. Actually clear younger sister was the boss so she ran the show. She's Leo. I think it's fascinating that you had this lake television kind of abstentia moment which I want to get back to you in a little bit but before we get there. I think we all often have that moment where we realized that fashion is more than just the clothes that protect us from the elements. You guys have a memory of where you kind of felt the energy that comes with this thing we call fashion or when was it or has it. Just always been part of your creative DNA. It's it's always been almost like an art form for us and we always got really into like different themes of dressing up like I remember in high school. We went through lots of different periods of dressing dressing. Very Western very raver. Very skateboard are very surf. We kind of like tried it all sort of sort of feel like renoir fit in you know. Where do I belong? I guess or where do I feel accepted? Or How do I feel my best and I think our mom was always experimenting with their hair color and topping her hair and she was very into fashion

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"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Hello Welcome back to diets are smarter. I'm Sammy and today. While Lena's on her honeymoon I am joined Bye Tracy Lockwood Beckerman. Who Guys you all know her our residency Dietitian and author of a brand new book? Tracy doing on tells the name Yeah. It's the better period. Good food solution. Eat your way to a lifetime of healthier cycles available now. Wherever books are sold books are sold? Now who goes put who is to the store store anymore to buy books. I mean I love the bookstore in the corner and Barnes and noble with like. You're not like twelve bucks to see like what you're going to invest in at the end of two hours. Yeah that is my like ideal image myself but ever since I moved away from Living Two blocks away from bookstore. I don't really do it as much. But like in IMF theory I love it. Have you been to Strand Bookstore. Yes that is epic. It's the best you just get lost in it. I know it's so cute. It's like you just want hope. It never goes out of not. I know that I feel like if that did happen there would be protesters I agree yeah. So is your constrained. I don't know having been around yet to see where it could possibly be. But I've been focused on the Amazon and the numbers like everything I see like with the rankings and whatever but it's been rated the number one new release and endometriosis doses since it came out so it almost a month strong in that category which has been really cool. That's awesome you're an expert in an area. I know I know and I like eight to say it's all of women's health but I'm just glad even if it is and Dimitrios is that people want resources in that category they can read the book and hopefully benefit benefit from it yet so important so tell for people who might be new to first of all has the launch going and tell us like what the book is about who. It's for four and the kind of things that I've won for it is it is wild how it came about because I've been open it with it on the during the past episodes of my own struggles goals like to get my own cycle back and to have a healthier period and it really manifested. Its way into an entire book of what each support a healthier cycle through food and looking ah food as a way to heal your body rather than medication. Obviously if that's warranted find but you can actually do it holistically with food. So I broke down in the book on what to eat to support your musically every day of the cycle with food and looking at nutritional research and science to show you that certain vitamins you need during during the first half of your cycle are very important for hormones versus the last half of it which you also need other types of nutrients to make sure. PMS Isn't really wrangling. All ends yeah. So it's been really exciting to put this out because I did a lot of research for my own self but also been educating people and in the last month I have gotten so much outreach from people who have been thank you for talking about this. Thank you for educating us. I didn't know half of these things happened inside of my body and it's been really exciting just to hear the feedback on. How many people it's been helping? That's amazing so okay so like if you had to list like three or four fort types of issues or people who would be perfect candidates for this book or this book to help them who who are. Who are those people so it would probably be somebody pretty who wants to become more in tune with their bodies I think because the women's anatomy and our reproductive systems are extremely mysterious exterior? Because we're not taught about this. We're not even told to talk about it with that people growing up and now thankfully there is a little bit more discussion towards awards these fluctuations to the body. So that's number one number two that's polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. I dug so deep into the research to find find what foods you should eat to support and manage and what you can do to minimize the symptoms. Then the third would beaver fertility because also also back to the science. There's a lot of research looking at how certain foods can help somebody who is looking to conceive and also how to prep their body for when they're trying trying to become more fertile and the fourth of be for somebody who is thinking that they have miss periods possibly from America which is the loss of a period which was something I was going through so all of those topics are like chapters but those are like what I feel very passionate about. That's awesome. I actually have a friend. She lives in La La who she suffers from C. O. S.. And she actually. She went to a natural path. Yeah she got it under control with with a diet. The subscribed by a naturopathic prescribed drugs prescribed. Yeah she Yeah and she said her hair started going back. Her we got S- More it evil within a week of the book coming out. I had a friend of a friend reach out to me and be like I haven't had my cycle and so long. It's been irregular. I followed followed your book for one week. And she got her cycle back. That's just one week so like obviously I'm so excited. That is out there for people to to listen a two and to read the recommendations but I've also been seen it so impactful in it can work that's awesome. It's amazing so guys by Tracy's book the Better Period Food Solution Asian. Eat your way to a lifetime of healthier cycles and for anyone who's not suffering from any sort of cyclical is..

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"beckerman" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This

I'm Obsessed With This

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"beckerman" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This

"beckerman" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"beckerman" Discussed on High and Mighty

"This is a head gum podcast. I sit heads. Welcome back to another episode of high in my dance me y'all boy by the number one and number one foot by all you gotta do is trust me Johnny J. Joining me as always studios high and mighty studios is nearly sailing coz Arthur Gabor's arthur currently on a walk with the dog Walker may be making an appearance mid podcasts also joining me in the high mighty studios first time guest despite years of trying to get each other on each other's podcast in the studio. I got anti Beckerman and Naomi Peregrine and I will say normally last name. Baragan gives me a little fright you did you did monologues and ask outlines and I had to announce you and I looked at you like three times and I was like we're gonNA walk away and it's burned into my head Mono Agaybi and one of my best friends. I'm always unsure if it was once you start screaming is when you get self-conscious right right. Oh yeah because it has to come out. You can't stop there. You can't be like so many people psyched up from here your intro in person right because you just had my ears. Now I WANNA scream screaming. Completely welcome on his caceres neighbors. Do not give them a half. The time it's welcome to stage no me just a bunch of syllables that they kind of like try to mumble through. Sometimes this happened when you were just for laughs new face <hes> what's his face Matt Brown sugar brought you. He was so paranoid about getting your last name wrong right. He got it perfect except he gave her these. Everyone welcome Nicole Paragon. They got my last name Right Bronco your focus. That's what I said you. I throw it away. Don't overthinking. I can't have it route running your mind right just about you know what I mean do it also it's so so easy to just get on the microphone ago. It's actually as long as you're not an asshole about like which people call me Gabbara so frequently and it is phonetically exactly the same so I'm like I mean looks wise. It's exactly the same if you say Gabar so. I'm like I allow but I'll I'll just always it's actually Gabriel but I'm yeah some people will make you. They will crucify. You home wins in the situation. If I'm like Hey Andrea call me. Andy and I'm like Oh sorry now. We both are in a bad mood exactly yeah exactly. There's something I've noticed because I worked day jobs for many years in New York and people would constantly be like. Do you want Andy or Andrew when I go. I don't really care whatever you whatever you WanNa call me and they would be like stunned. They would like they need. I think a lot of people need direction their lives. They can't make simple choices Andy Andrew whatever every two years you're working with the watchable can't do this logical that would be pretty much the tagline legible you guys better hosts than I wanna Nash the Natural Segue to our topic which is emotional eating. You know you can eat without emotion. I know there are people that don't and I think it is weird. There are people who look at food as fuel yeah US and they put it in their machine machine work right use the better fuel because it's better the machine and I cannot my head around the grandma. My grandma was one of those people she ate with seemingly no pleasure yeah seemingly just like robotically like I like with a it was like a video game using okay calorie out of her hands full. Thank you redone with my mom is kind of that way. I mean that's because I grew up like my mom. She'll like candy like she would definitely go and just like e like she loved she would freeze freeze milky ways and she liked the my cold and would like ice cold Nougat yeah exactly like that and she would do that so it's no..

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"beckerman" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"beckerman" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"Hey, guys, key. This is Jesse is the new player as joy hot cast about the video games. People love and why they love them. Today. We're going to be an abstract when I get the sense. That's what's going to go down. Yes. Case, just an abstract. One. Intro abstracts manner. Jesse we talking to, I today were bouncing around and jumping candy at an amorphous thing. Yeah, that sounds about right. Oh boy, guys. Today we're sitting down with friend and comedian Andy beckerman to talk about a boy end, his blah. I mean. Just across the board of you where every knows about this game, right? So it's ridiculous is really weird game. This is old one, not the new. This is an old. Any s puzzle game that was. You know, it had a learning curve, the learning curve was you give candy just blob thing that you've accepted that's now? Yeah, really. In terms of those old school? Any games I put a Boina 's blob right up there with bed dudes and master blaster in terms of plots that are just hilarious Larry's, but I-. Math blasters way harder than this Astor blaster master blaster laster boy and his blob. Yes. Starts with your boy and you've got a blob. Yeah, we all know what that means. It's a crazy. It's an easy sell guys. It's very obvious why this game was made this game guts. I mean, this is crazy. Andy's great game is so interesting. It was a lot of fun is now, so we're gonna jump into it. It's a boy blob. This is new players..

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"beckerman" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"The next one is an Elliott Virgil Saturday over six out Tober six a day after a star is born comes out. Yes, absolutely hunt and not as its before Starr's. Born in after those are the demarcations. Please welcome into your ears. Andy beckerman and act Parikka. King and Queen guys guys so much first of all of his lot. I, if I can, we do actual couples there. Yes, really great. Yeah, I would like to point out Boeing, you walk into a into a trap. Thank you. You said, let me just say you said the man finish what matters. What can you do to ruin this relationship? Yeah. Said fuck my mother. Yeah. And then he said, I would never. And then you said what you don't find her attractive. It was crazy traffic. You attract service and emotional bear trap in his heart, the bet it was servicing the well. And this is the thing you know in that can be so hard when you have this relationship and bits are what give you life, but also what can be so unnerved ING, right? To commit to a bit, but then we're all these delicate creatures, Honey. Whereas I'm just now realizing my trauma. I'm only just now realizing that I've been through something for matting relationship going. I'm going your on both sides by about you guys. You will get to hear bone mass, hilarious. Live set on our podcast couples therapy making the pod, oh, you know, it is girls guru. I will say I do wanna call back to something little spoiler alert, you know. They did talk on stage about the sliding scale to find what to do, and I'm telling you get hook you up with a therapist for fifty dollars or under serious dollars or under right now. Yes, I need that. There was a point at which I was seeing someone in New York for fifteen dollars a session, and she had a degree and if it's possible for me to find somebody and you know the way you feel that finding the right person, I got all sorts of triggers. You gotta be wipe and not to white. You gotta use the right language. You can't be. You can't be black. And in my mother's age group, yes, triggering I'm gonna need to much approval. Oh, I can't be honest. You can't be. And you know what I mean? So I get it like meeting to find that perfect person. I get this because your relationship is much like our relationship. Okay. You I'm abo- and I'm in the end. Yeah. And you guys. That's how you identify. Yeah. In line bits can either be the melted cheese and your cheese sandwich, or they can be the rocks in Virginia woolf's pocket. Oh, a tree. Another component of grilled. Or the rocks in your peppy aside? I. Okay. So how as a couple of how are you a bit driven couple? Would you say. Andy's much more into bits really, and I'm not really here for bit. Oh, now I'm the Naomi. No two bits bitch, you're the one who's just pull them out and I don't want them in my life. I'm constantly on Honey. I get off the clock and off the clock. Same, I come home a take off a pants, eleven punching. I I take on carton. It says, five o'clock. There's a whistle. Do you see what biz. Accurate and I wasn't ready. I feel like every what you know, we don't have a old school nineteen eighties punch card system with a, you're correct Jones Esq whistle, you're correct. But we didn't necessarily beats go to Flintstones pay place. I was already discussing by disrobing. Rotate and that. It's vulnerable. You took it to Jones plays area, and that is very bone young. He's always take you to a stones place. I listened. There's always one Flintstones ref each up there. I love that Flintstones is part of culture. It is, and we have. We talked about the Flintstones talked about a Hanna Barbera in the slight. We've not even touched on Hanna, Barbera, where's all the monthly talk? There's Mutley half the time. I don't know the reference I and that's me with Bolen. So that is also with you..

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"beckerman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Might have enjoyed, and they're here to charm us with their Admiral Witten. And subscription material. Naomi baragan. Okay, Naomi, I before we introduce your husband handy. I will just say, I literally parked my car in the parking lot and I'm like, I do not know how to pronounce. They always last name and I pulled out my phone and I'm using like, I'm a public radio host. It's I feel obliged to do the work to get it right. But I also don't want to ask and no one wants to ask if it comes down to asking as a public radio host, you make the producer do it, and then you pretend like you always knew. See, I always go. I mean, I'm so used to host on the stand up show just turning to me and I just go x. paragon. I know that's the question being like my whole life long. I'm telling you. So it's like, oh, I watched. I'm going to call it conservatively five, very great. YouTube clips of your stand up all of which cut your. All of them just went straight from your first word. I was just like, Kim someone, please bring her onstage our other guests, her husband, the co host of the smash hit podcast couples therapy, Andy beckerman, hey. All right. There's that signature catchphrase y'all love. Hey, with eighty one seventy s eight wise. Nice. I my brain's exploding so much to ask you. Do you. Stupor,.

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"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"So you have to listen to when someone gets a health coach certificate like i'm working on my health coach lice what are they doing gambling online yes so they're going to the incident registered and motions it's like that it's really just someone gets paid so yeah yeah you don't you go to get certified in these integrative holistic kind of schools or well coaches and you're a supportive person to help people reach their goals there's no medical training they can't diagnose knows they can't treat but they can help people with behavior modifications which is a big part of why people can't stick to diet or healthy about what we wanted to talk about here really mostly the emotional aspect of weight loss being the wellness quote unquote now at quote on clothes most of these you know wellness people you would see on instagram let's say how how do you distinguish whether they're someone who went to school for it and can treat the medical aspects of it or versus they're just kind of rano to like a good friend who knows a lot who read a lot of articles trustworthy friends well look for the credentials the initials after their name so especially in publications and newsworthy reputable sources you will have someone saying tracy lockwood back comma are de registered dietitian versus someone tracy lockwood beckerman and then nothing like this essentially a super cool person flew in oh my god imagine i just wanted just the reason why we have you on our podcast and we want you to come back is why we're making you til til everyone the difference is because we actually like so it's not just me sammy's opinion a lot of this is just our opinion of this podcast is but when we actually sight some information from a registered dietitian it is tracy and h credential.

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"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"beckerman" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"We thought like we can't be the only ones and maybe like through this podcast journey as the bachelors would say speaking to people who actually are knowledgeable on the topic we have tracy lock what lockwood beckerman next week an actual registered dietitian talking about all the things that we talked about unless episode about being kito and she talks about how maybe does not so good for you so we're really just trying to explore the whole wellness quote unquote industry and maybe at the end of this will have some insight or some peace of mind maybe change our mindset about how we feel about her selves and hopefully we're not trying to affect anyone here we're just trying to show that like you're not alone and we're not alone right i mean i think if we're trying to have an effect on anyone it is just yes for the sake of come rotary and exactly so cheesy and just like knowing that like you're not the only person beating yourself up about how you feel like you're you're not the only person who feels quote unquote fat totally and we're not here saying that we are we are experts we're not dietitians we are not impressionist we have knocked onto school for this we do not have qualifications in that way and you should not take our advice as like science unless someone who tracey comes and gets whose degrees who has studied this and an actual expert in it but yet we knowledge all of what you said you know that you know you have to be miserable to be skinny and like maybe that there is some valid validation to that because we're constantly being bombarded with all these images from the media from nominating movies from celebrities influencers especially that was a big part of it wanting to talk about the influence or wellness culture and how that is causing people to feel essentially inadequate and like they don't measure up to something that isn't even real in the first place xactly we're not here to look down to anyone or at all like we're just we're on all.

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