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"begg" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

07:57 min | 2 months ago

"begg" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Kinda curious. This is like a chicken or the egg question like are we expecting our snacks to be good for us. Because we're actually treating snacks as meals or treating snacks as meals and then wanting them to be good for us i would say that. There's two things you saw in twenty twenty the rise of stalin snacks to the point that cereal companies that have been in decline for like the past decade. There were like oh my god. How do we mitigate with this demand in our cereals and it was because millennial in particular we're looking for nostalgic snacks to bring comfort and at the same time we're the generation of group affiliation of of snacks. And so i can only tell you that it's both things simultaneously in thought makes. Yeah we don't know how to eat you know like i. I don't think. I took any nutrition type of class in school. You know i had to take texas's rage wise nobody ever told me what eventual was and begs. No talk come on not in school but my muscular you grew up in texas doesn't mean you think there was some murkiness we yeah so now looking for the snacks to tell us they're good for us. And like when. I talk to the dietitian vanessa rosetto earlier. This year was like people. Don't go to dietitians. They think of it as a specialized kind of doctor. A dietitian can help you figure out how to eat but instead of going in those directions. We're being told how to eat so we're like. What does the package say. Oh this is of anti idea. What antioxidant wants for so many years. That i was like giving the host antioxidants. Yeah and i think we've now moved from antioxidant to adapt to gin and now even to new traffic. I would say like adoption are adopted starting to enter mainstream. I wouldn't be surprised if trader joe's was billing thing as adopted janek at this point tropics. It's already done smart water smart water. This march released adapted gen smart water. So what does new traffic me. So yeah new tropic. I think is a little more like two point. Oh andrew do you wanna talk about. Yeah i'll talk about boats. So i liked to explain to. People knew tropics is about enhancing your mind in your focus so your attention and adopted are about helping your body cope with stressors and i joke that everything has a neutral and adopt agenda. It's like i came up with this term functional on winding these things are basically telling us to do two things at once which is like whenever i see a beverage that has new tropics and adopt agenda. It's like attention fit like relaxed at the same time. And so i started calling like wow. There's this new. Category unfunctional functional unwinding. not jittery. Not hyped up not too relaxed. It's like both things at the same time. So new tropic is like that bradley cooper movie right limitless. That's that's like what new tropics are. Caffeine is tropic. People need to know that that's how popular it is caffeine tropic. Yeah gotta reminds me of amanda your favorite drink. Which is the coffee tequila. Don't tell people about like really embarrassing like yeah preferably like bodega coffee. Cheap tequila oh god and we should also point out at least as far as i know. I don't know about new tropics but adapt degen's are tend to be herbs that have also been used for centuries and other cultures a lot in traditional chinese medicine and in indian food and medicine so we are kind of extracting similar to cannabis. And how cbd in all of these other and elements of this whole ingredient are getting extracted and additives in our everyday foods. Which i think is a little bit scary in a way. Kind of a little like saifi dystopia future like we're moving away from this whole foods idea and now we're just infusing everything with wellness. Yeah when i tell you there is not adopted. Genyk energy drink called ruth that is being targeted towards gamers. And it's like yeah. We even have a vitamin that protects your eyes from like beulah from screaming on like what the gop bags of like. I gotta try weight. We've we've come so far because my brothers gamer. And when we were kids they used to buy this drink at think at best buy called balls like bright blue super caffeinated and that was the game gamer. Drink of now that we've moved back come as a society. Oh it's the millennial legacy i'm telling you. We should be proud. I'm not sure if. I want this to be our legacy. Are you kidding me. We're the generation that normalized riding in cars with strangers. I think we should be great. Segue so i want to hop back into the grocery aisle for a second. Say we're at a whole foods are like anywhere really. How does the health conscious or wannabe health conscious consumer navigate the snack aisle when everything has this like health halo or this adapter jin's and the new tropics. I joke that. The typical guy is a snack boy and be. Oh i right yeah bhilai. I've got tags of people like at the actual aisles of hopeful. It's just gotten so insane. It doesn't even matter that you're package. Your can is pretty. There's just so many options out there. And i've literally been todd like snapshot shaw. Please help. I feel overwhelmed about makes sense. But i'm thinking about your questions like someone standing in the snack aisle trying to find you know the one that views like that should not be mission in the snap out of the grocery store. That is the place where you'd pick. Whatever looks good in have a good time. Like you're playing around your trying something new but i've been trying to simplify my snacking to be or a fruit because we know that that doesn't have a million ingredients in it so that's as pure as you can go. That is not as fun. And you can't make a tiktok video unloading your fridge. Full kind of browned grapes. I think it's right to like just question. The question like why are we even looking for that in the snack aisle. Can we just let saxby snacks. What's in a snack. It's a much rounder. Saying to grand for this podcast. Well i think that's a good place to wrap up. We've really gone way deeper into this light subject than i ever expected me. Would i love it. Thank you both for joining me and andrea final question. What can we expect from you. And from snapshot down the line alternate goal is to be able to write a book about millennials in our relationship to snacks and how that ultimately led to the complication of wellness. That we see now in how that just stems from a disconnect to what really nurtures laws and so hopefully. I'll be able to do that. And i wanna start a fund in latin america. A lot of kids sell snacks on the streets to make a living. And i would love to be able to contribute in a way of getting these kids out of the streets and helping them. How a better opportunity at life. Yeah that's amazing. I have no doubt that you will get there. That sounds like such an amazing project and also that is a book that i one hundred twelve percent want to read but i again encouraged everyone to subscribe to snapshot the newsletter. Joined the discord. Get into the snack. What do we call it. The cult of the international cropper snacking the cultist snack of snack and follow bags on all platforms and read everything. She writes for just a bunch of snack calls. You know business. Thanks for listening to another episode of the healthiest podcast..

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"begg" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

08:39 min | 2 months ago

"begg" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"The editorial director of it and the founding editor of healthy ish for this episode. We're talking about the stuff we eat between meals. The stuff we eat so much of sometimes that it becomes meal. That's right snacks. Snacks get a bad rap. Because as we've all been told they'll ruin your appetite but right now there's actually a real health snack boom happening. Everything from these fudgy dried sweet potato snacks that we wrote about recently unhealthy fish to popped water lily pops to jerky made out of just about everything under the sun snack. Culture is real and it's redefining the way we consume are three square meals so joining me in the virtual zoom studio to talk about the world of healthier snacking is the a senior staff writer. Alex pegues a self-described snack mahalick. Actually that's what. I called her. And then i asked her if it was okay that i called her that she has written about the science behind making things crispy the rise in packaged survival. Foods and the annual trade show. Where all the newest snacks get their debut and joining us. All the way from honduras is andrea hernandez who writes the extremely enjoyable newsletter snapshot which highlights analyzes and sometimes totally lampoons the new snack trends popping up all across the world. We are so lucky to have you both on the pod andrew. Alex thank you for joining me. Thanks amanda thank you. I'm so excited to be here. Okay so i want to start with a simple question. That might be a sort of philosophical question but i want to know from both of you why we love snacks so much and i don't just mean the three of us i mean pretty much everyone in the entire world. Well my first answer was going to be at. We love snacking because we have too much free time or is it coming from boredom but then that kind of oblique answer but i think maybe people just love a small joy. You know like had love like a free perfume sample. It's coming from the same part of my dna. There's just like a little something a freebie. Yeah it's a little salt thing. It's little sweet something. And i just need those keep me going. Yeah it's like. Snack is entertainment. Which i feel like every candy bar commercial ever is like playing into you know absolutely entertainment. Yes it's a hobby. It's it's definitely a hobby for some of us. And i some of us. It's a career andrea. What why do we love snacking so much i would say it also plays into the psychology of rewarding. I think it's an indulgence. And i think that that plays into not just like the nostalgia of all of us growing up at a time where snacks or like our parents weight of like feeding us when they were both working et cetera. I think it also has to do with that pleasure that we're giving ourselves in the form of a snack yes. I can't tell you how many times i've been like sitting at my desk. And i'm like as soon as i finish editing this piece i can go get a snack. And it's like the dangling carrot. You guys did your parents give you a treat when you were potty training feeling that's when it starts this deep pavlovian stuff like i got candy if i pooped in the potty. That is real. And we'll how we just convert or osu basically at animals okay so andrea tell us a little bit about what snapshot is and. What's your great ambition besides taking over the world of snacking and becoming the like the ultimate snacks year with your predictions. Iaea i think in the beginning. I sort of thought of us space where we can just be like. If this is really offering a meditation. What does that even mean and snapshot is the rebelliousness playfulness to this industry. That sometimes people take too seriously. It's like you know. I get it but like this. Adopt the genyk drink has not really gonna change my life. You know. it's been so wonderful to know that. People from france people from singapore and all people from all around the world sort of relate to that sentiment even mean about this. Like you know like it's a picture of care bears and it's like oh you're adopted agenda fifteen dollars or one beverage. I saw that one. It was so good you have to. You guys have to follow andrea and snapshot on twitter. Because just go for the memes. Go for the wellness means. That's why i love snapshot so much. Yes injured criticizes. What the industry's doing but it also seemed she's coming from a place of getting really excited about some of these snacks and finding lot of joy in it and loving sued generally so so. That's at the core of it okay. So it's all love for snacking. But i do think maybe we have to stick to the industry a little like especially when it comes to these more niche snack trends andrea. You mentioned adapted genyk snacks. Which were gonna define that in a minute but just to get a little broader we all i think are seeing how snacks are getting branded and marketed to people. And we've seen how that has shifted for both of you. I'm curious what you see. That ship has been especially in the wellness world now. It seems like almost every snack out. There is touting some claim about health do either of you have thought i mean it's so funny because now you things like water and heart salzer both using the label vegan. It's like okay. Well thank you for that. Thank you for this certification. That affirms that. But i do think at times and i joke about this. I'm like oh my god like you're putting your functional oatmeal into your functional cereal and like it to me sometimes too borderline ridiculous because like if you talk talk about function. Inherently food is functional right. But are we really saying it. Just feel like we are. Just using things as buzzwords. I'm to meet the fear. Is that things. That are inherently good for example cannabis and cbd become such a buzzword that it really detrimental and tarnishes a movement that you know has some validity behind that because people are now using it as a trendy word similar to what happened to the word organic. That's my thoughts. Yeah and also the expectation for what the thing does for you. Get so hyped up that people think that the more the better when it comes to see canvas which i think we can all confirm. That's not actually the case and and it just seems to be overkill like you know all the little circles with the icons that you see on packages you know what i'm talking about. There was a grad student. She has done a study about how when people see those symbols on packages. It doesn't matter what's in the symbol is like something in a circle you will associated is being good for you and right love that thinking of one of my favorites which is iq bars which are pretty tasty. Low sugar love them. However when i see that i'm just like oh i cannot wait to be smarter after eight right but the point is to get as much information on the package to assure you that what you're eating is food which is funny because like the anytime you're eating something that's wrapped in a package. You're one step away from eating real food so right go to the grocery store like orange juice oranges on the front like when a package has to put food on its own packaging to remind you what it is. You're getting a little far away from what it once was. You know. I honestly. I someone who has a marketing background like i know all of this is all gimmicky at marketing. Essentially is trying to get you. And your non rationale and there's a european organization that came up with a study and that said that the f. o. p. Which is the frontal package. The majority of their certification are bs and so two everybody else's point here. Is that what you're saying that we could put a circle. There could be literally just a happy face. But you're going to like go friend because you think it's some sort of certification right. Yeah it's really wild. So alex i hear you crinkle in a little over there little like shattered glass. Just drop your drink note buddy. This is trader joe's new crispy country shine pignon mushroom snack. Ooh that sounds like a snack from the french countryside. My friend it is from pennsylvania and it is a dried white button mushroom the most basic basic mushrooms. It sounds fancy. It is irregular mushroom that has been dehydrated probably fried in sunflower oil covered in salt and preserved with my favorite corn maltodextrin. It is delicious. okay..

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"begg" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"begg" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

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"begg" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

07:42 min | 3 months ago

"begg" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Dulcet tones. If david bowie. They're the perfect background. I chat. I'm joined down the line by nolan jaws currently in italy where he's been visiting a host of different makers from i guess ferrari to titles in milan and i'm currently On the island of elba relaxing in the sunshine. And very happy to speak to you two weekends ago. Ferrari launched its first major foray into fashion in maranello which is close to the city of modena and then last weekend. I was at milan for milan's men's fashion week. But let's start with ferrari kaz It was a super super exciting moment. I'm really interesting. New concept ferrari launching fashion label that to me. Sounds a little bit strange when i think of ferrari fashioned the furtherest. I go is polo shirts at an f. one rice but how did this come about the brands. You know it really wants to diversify its offering wants to reach younger consumers and it wants to connect with a female audience in a much more interesting way. They've really gone deep with what they are. Trying to achieve in terms of launching label. obviously like italian fashion is is such a storied and important industry so for a fresh kind of almost a start up with the ferrari brand stamped onto it you know. It's not an easy thing to do. But they presented the first collection and the pieces. I mean they are super beautiful. What's firstly noticeable. Is how well they constructed the creative director a rocker. He has a really worked with the very best manufacturers across italy to deliver something that is on point with what italian fashion should be about. Well let's take a listen now and check in with ferrari at their plant in marinella this month so the highly anticipated launch of ferrari's foray into high fashion with a range of men's and women's were hitting specially designed runway installed for press and buyers in the iconic car brands factory in maranello italy. It's a bold move for a brand known for making high performance vehicles but part of a considered strategy to grow and diversify its offering plus ferrari is not all about cars as creative director. Rocco irony the designer behind the collection tells us after recounting his efforts to get the show started. It was very complicated because you have to imagine that. Did they show in the assembly line and simply line must not disturb. During the week. We built everything doing the night or friday saturday and sunday to anti few minutes before the beginning of this show was a very hard. We can about two very emotional very energetic in a way. Maybe let's go all the way back to the beginning because when you hear the word ferrari you think of beautiful redcar right. You maybe not necessarily think of clothes. And maybe if you're thinking of close you might think of the classic ferrari cap or something like that. So they wanted to embark into this journey into real fashion into proper fashion. Which you've been involved in. How did they approach you in the beginning and was it a bit of a shock when they came to you. You can think about the audi car. Sir ron f. one it's okay but also we can think about a fairly lifestyle that exist and existed and still exist and it's Represented by amazing guy cons of music cinema and television had does during the or to the sense of awareness at perry has the beginning when they contact me was like a kind of shock so it christian to myself. Why they're calling me. But at the end they expand the project. The important bijon very important business plan and they convinced me to enjoy this project. Believe me very likely to this. Managing the business side of the effort is ferrari's brand diversification officer nicola bari. He explains why the company targeted fashion and outlines the strategy. Behind this if you want to enter in the proper way such a profession like luxury fashion than you'd need to find the right talents. The right competency somebody who is able to understand your brand also not putting himself before your brain but work with it and create with iraq was absolutely fantastic in. His job is bright person to do this but at the same time. Were you force. That brother dicing will enforce the supply chain distribution because we would like to keep desert of uniqueness at we have outlined in our collection also in these other steps. Frankly speaking there's no need of another fashion and we don't want to play that role. We are alive. Side brand by nature with all will be recognized that like that so we are launching a new collection. We are launching a new restaurant with massimo to another project. call me. can you take us through the experience of elevating the brand through fashion. You know you're an italian company. You have incredible manufacturing. I guess so. How did you create a fashion brand. That was going to be a strong part of the industry that really represented the brand values of ferrari the step to focus so we decided that since the beginning that we want to focus all your some categories out there will be being the first one. We decided that since the beginning that we want to focus all your some categories outerwear being the first one we wanted to focus also the offer in two main parts one of the cup sooner drops that are representing the highest part of the offer that position than the luxury sector of fashion as a very strong storytelling connected with the brand values. This is where all korea has been able to embody the ferrari. Dna into these products. Some of them are also quite literally coming from our cars medina's and caller cer- by the university unique luxury weight. And these automated taking all this inspiration and imbuing the new fashion collection with it with the toss headed to rocco who had around two years to bring the products to market. He describes how he pulled through the company's archives and had countless conversations with ferrari's designed teams to truly understand the company's dna. The most difficult think of was not to create products. Because job i do these silencer two thousand six more or less the most difficult things was to synthesize all the elements that found the company from their guys. Look into different lifestyle this kind of flavor that it gave me too static and the anatomical side of the cost because of aesthetic elements must be represented and the other side of that is composed by the beautiful newsflash that found in our magazine covers and that was very hard for me to create a new path new imaginary so the actual patents themselves are really loosely inspired by the shapes of the car. The s in the collection there are two main elements. The first one is bold and more effective. If you want to their presentation of the tom because side of our car so you can see out the railway particular. Carter finn manta tastes thanks. Sarah elements of the collection is the fluidity of the i use like a kind of a wide combines..

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Using Amazon Fulfillment to Grow Your eCommerce Business with Michael Begg

How I Built It

09:30 min | 7 months ago

Using Amazon Fulfillment to Grow Your eCommerce Business with Michael Begg

"A lot of people who listen to the show are small business owners. Many are Web savvy perhaps maybe even web developers so they can probably build their own e commerce. I'm guessing using commerce. That's generally popular platform. I mean it's like a quarter of e commerce sites commerce so If they are you know if we have a small business owner who wants to get into kind of selling stuff online Maybe their own products. Maybe not right because you demonstrated that it doesn't necessarily have to be your own products. What are some of the things that they should think about. As far as research goes As far as like researching what products they want to sell or you know just kind of understanding how the amazon platform works. Let's let's go with kind of how the amazon platform works rate We had previous upset about drop shipping talked about kind of researching products. But if you have tips you know that was two years ago now and not talk here and there. I know a lot of things have changed. I mean the amazon platform is pretty straightforward. Obviously the consumer customer side is a lot better build out than the actual seller side. You know there's a lot of pain points on the seller side. There's a lot of people get frustrated with amazon. Just part of the process amazon is bill to serve their customers not their sellers. Which is its own thing But anyway you sign up with a professional account cost about forty dollars a month from there you upload your listings you need to have. Upc bar codes for your products. Need to purchase those from a gs. One those are about ten acts like three hundred dollars so it's not that crazy from there you can list your products on the platform and amazon will pretty much handle the entire fulfilment side of the sales if you want to again. If you don't have your own warehouse you fulfillment team or you don't wanna be packaging hundred dollars a day to go ship out yourself amazon's great for that you know using amazon. Fbi you can send all your inventory right in. They'll distribute it across the country closest to the consumers that are gonna probably repurchasing your products and then as the orders come in. They'll handle the shipping mail. The customer service in any issues on that end so super helpful. If you are small business any don't have the capabilities to really deal with the fulfillment and customer service aspects. Yourself if you do. I mean that's great. You don't need to use fbi also florida's directly from your warehouse but fbi deafening. Get you a little more visibility on the platform definitely helps you stand out more. Get the prime badge which is another very big selling point when consumers are shopping on the platform and bats more or less the basic steward. I mean there's a lot of other a specific niche things that we could talk about. That can help you sell more. But just getting set up on the platform is pretty straightforward and following those processes. You can pretty much do it on yourself on your own. Yeah for sure. So the kind of use cases. I'm thinking through right. Now is maybe we have like a maker who's creating their own stuff Or we have somebody who's may be looking into drop shipping or or Retail arbitrage i. Okay somebody who's selling other people's products and it seems like i if i'm making something i can. I can basically send it to amazon for them to fulfil or i assume if i'm doing some If i'm buying someone else's product in bulk i can have them send it directly to amazon is i. Is that how it goes or do i need to do. I need to me then. Intended to amazon. Yeah i mean most of the time we're going to have it sent to yourself or you're going to be seeing yourself in person and then you're going to be sending it to amazon. That's probably about ninety percent. There are some people that will send it directly amazon for you but it's a little bit more difficult to find. I see it really doesn't matter what size business you are having employees. There's there's so much potential. Here on the platform declined. That was literally a one person operation to start with. It started working with us a couple years ago. She was doing about fifteen twenty thousand dollars a month in sales. And you know two years later. She's doing three hundred and fifty thousand dollars a month in sales and now she's actually being able to build a team i mean she's she's making significant revenue. She has a significant team to help her now. And that's just one example of how quickly you can grow on the platform. You know how much you can scale a business. Just through the amazon sales channel. Yeah that's great until and this is Kind of reason we're talking about. This is because as a freelancer as a small business owner. You worry about when you're one big client says we don't need you anymore right like we wanted. Diversify our income and so Selling through amazon is a good way. Now i suspect of the listeners. Like me Do more kind of digital products. You mentioned that. You started selling books on kindle. I wanna ask you about that in the members only show sure But in general amazon. We're talking mostly about physical products. Here right yeah. For the most part the kindle side is just one piece of amazon there's a royalty based business so you create a digital content. And you're making money forever. I mean books. I published eight years ago or still right review royalties every month. So yeah that's just one way to do it but You know physical product businesses are also pretty easy to build platform in not that challenging to do on. It's not a fulltime job. Do it on your own if you have a few products that you're selling so and that's fantastic because the fulfilment is the hardest part. I don't have room in my house to keep inventory right. I've got two kids now. So i don't know that they're toys r. Where my inventory would be Now now the other part of this is that you your personal path has led you to creating amc advisers and you have you say you're running a remote team of thirty right yes. So let's let's talk about kind of how you built that team and then how you moved to remote right as right now. Listeners can see this. Of course. But i'm looking at you in an office with multiple desk but you're by yourself. I assume because we're recording this in the midst of a pandemic yes that would be a good assumption. Actually kind of a funny process that we went through. I mean it started with Definitely working remotely and then coming into his office and now now we're remote again because of the pandemic. Yeah i mean as a business. We started growing. It was myself into other partners in the agency star way than we were handling a lot of things ourselves. We were able to get to about forty thousand dollars a month and grabbing you with us stanley which was nice. I mean that was like ninety percent margin so that was a nice little payday. Then we realized if we wanted to actually take you beyond this build. Something that had some equity value or or something that could provide an exit in the future We really need to build a business. Not just be doing freelance work again. If you're relying on a lot of clients a couple of big clients that are really bringing in revenue. We kind of were It's there's a lot of risk. Hang your business model that way. Just put it that way so we realized that we had to start scaling. We started using. Birds will assistance in the philippines So that was one aspect of our remote worth team. Obviously there's definitely challenges with that time zone. Being one of the big ones we as an agency. We need to respond to clients quickly. We need to provide good customer service in dealing with time zone. Differences created a lot of issues around that sometimes so we continue to grow and i actually came to guadalajara. Was where my girlfriend. Why i'm still here And as we continue to grow we need more people so we started hiring client facing people remotely in the us and content team people here in mexico so doing graphic design content writing Administrative stuff things like that now actually started hiring client facing people here in mexico as well so it's just been a process of scaling like that. Obviously march twenty twenty hits in that kind of all changes The other pandemic comes in. Now everyone's working remotely in mexico now. We have eighteen people completely remote and it was. It's obviously a big change. I mean i know it affects people differently By we had a great offer community prior to the pandemic it was great like how people we worked with really enjoyed. And now i know a lot of people are missing. Adding that interaction with everyone impervious ended up the same talking through slack for example. But it's one of the challenges that that most companies are facing.

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"begg" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"begg" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Hundred eleven triple one feels like it should be lucky and thank you for the feedback on last week's show with only Hudson at the pig now sky awesome gardens, and for those of you who are listening, I'm sure you'll be utterly relieved to hear that a number of the tomatoes in my out and did actually go read since the recording. You're welcome. We'll be Green Tomato Chutney recipes very much well. So this has been the week that our thoughts continue to be backed up by the facts everyone I'm speaking with fortunately has very little evidence of much corona virus transmission within hospitality venues struggling to find anyone aware of transmission or any point asked for track and trace data from all the information we are recording from our customers and now the times of confirmed it this. Weekend Finding out the hundreds of millions of records have been saved but barely used by the twelve billion pounds track control system. Once again, it feels that we're leading the way putting in the systems doing the work recording the details but instead of being held up as an example to society, we are unfairly blamed for transmissions. One of the companies bill tracing APP had three hundred. And Forty clients including Leon and prints and had registered more than eight million visits took ten thousand venues only knew of Tube there'd been contacted by health officials combine that with the latest statistic and Hospitality Unions Weekly Pijar once again demonstrated lower than three percent transmission rates in hospitality venues we being exonerated by the data and the science, but punished by government policy are really count. On help but thing that legal action will be heading the government's way Boris. If you're listening cancel the curfew, we don't need a grant of five hundred pounds a week we need you to stop telling us to trade while tie our hands behind our backs and launching a campaign telling the public that we are to blame and should be avoided is wrong on so many levels. Right Kobe's boring. Let's have a chat with guest and learn some cool stuff. David Begg is one of those hospitality obsessive regular listeners will know I love to me another one of those humans that has a little tiny seedling of an idea that turned into an obsession that turns into an awfully awesome product then enhances all of our worlds of food and drink and hospitality, and this time I'm talking about computer but not just any boots but the saw is now sitting on the menus of many of the finest Mitchell in star restaurants around the country proudly sitting alongside per Sakho in champagne as an alcohol-free alternative. You see it transpires that if you F- amend some of the finest tea leaves pit young in some of the world's best he gardens with some other coaches a little bit of magic a whole heap of David's obsession you can create something beautiful and complex, and light and delicious. Going to chat to David about all alcohol eating bacteria, DNA tested coaches that could be hundreds of years old a hundred and fifty different types of Taylor and don't worry. We do not go into the detail on all of them. Picking tea leaves whilst a young and different days picks and how rubbing the leaves around a hot walk contrivance form the end results and drink..

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"begg" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast

Martha Runs the World Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"begg" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast

"When, you get closer to ten miles you. You may be a need of some kind of nutrition or at least electrolytes. If it's warm out, everyone has a favorites. Some folks like tail win. Others just have none, but none is great for electrolytes, but there's no nutritional tailwind has nutrition, but not everyone and calories, but not everyone can digest that. I Like Hammer. He'd myself because it doesn't have maltest multi dextrose Senate. And that kind of doesn't digest well with me, so I used the heat, but you find your favorite. Everyone has their favorites. You take your favorite. That's really good idea though to take with you. Mix that in with your water and start sipping that. When you first start running, don't wait into the run to do it. Start doing that from the beginning so that way that will take care of some nutrition needs. As long as you're not keyed or fast, and you can eat as well. You can choose what your food is. Because once you get past art list for me once I get past. Like my first bit of the heat I will want some real food so like after mile twelve I want something real. So. You can take a it depends on what you like I like pretzels. Dried fruit. Date states are one of my favorite things. I like to take I by the pitted dates and stuff from full of peanut butter on butter. That's like one of my favorite snacks in the world, and that just sits really well. It's it's a great great energy source. It gives you a little protein gives a lot of sugar in. It's just sits in my stomach. Really well. I have a very sensitive stomachs to figure out what works for me. If you could anything that's awesome because some people could just. Eat anything and keep going? There are some foods that may cause gastric problems, and those can be dairy. Chocolate heavy on protein and soy, so you have to be careful with these foods. If you haven't tried them out on a run, try them out before you race. You don't want to spend time in a race looking for places to do it and trails. It's not like road race, not gonNA. Find Bathrooms at the end the trail usually. Try to the store bought stuff. You can try samples. You can get one of each or two of each and see if they sit with you and see which ones you like. You may not like the real sweet stuff. You may want to get something that's. That's not so sweet. Some people like Begg chips. You've defined what works for you. We're all different in that regard that is for sure. I remember this one ultra doing the there was morning, and it was hot to the I. Think the best food I ever tasted. Was this just the Strip of crispy bacon? It was so delicious good it was it was the best thing I ever tasted drew new race. Really was this was just amazing. It was like E-eh. Now there are several books that can help you. Make your own food for the trail, and and they're very very good books, and I'm going to do a future show and focusing on making your own food during a run or race and I'll just focus on some different things that you can do at home and we'll do that in future one in a few weeks here. We'll be right back after this. You may.

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Missing Utah student met unknown person at park before disappearing, cops say

Armstrong and Getty

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Missing Utah student met unknown person at park before disappearing, cops say

"Police have released new details on a university of utah student has been missing for more than a week correspondent david begg no police say mackenzie luek arrived at salt lake city international airport earlier last week she took a lift from the airport to a park about twenty minutes away the park is right along highway fifteen when she got out at the park police tell us she met a man who was waiting for her that individual apparently welcomed her into his vehicle and then she

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"begg" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"begg" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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Giuliani calls for "full and complete" investigation into  Russia probe's origins

Jay Talking

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Giuliani calls for "full and complete" investigation into Russia probe's origins

"Our sponsored by progressive insurance i'm tom foty more presidential tweet sunday night about the russia investigation mostly aimed at an f b i official criticized in a recent internal report he was involved in both the clinton email and the trump russia investigation now agent now volunteering to testify before congress he says to clear his name trump attorney rudy giuliani was back on the sunday broadcast circuit insisting states did nothing wrong he was not involved with russians they can investigate from here to timbuktu and they're not gonna find a dawn dot on face the nation on cnn state of the union giuliani went a step further i believe investigation should be investigated his reason being you got a bunch of odd things lead to the appointment of of bob bob muller that is his appointment of direct result of president trump's firing of then fbi director james comey now to the undocumented children being held at the us mexican border apart from their illegal immigrant parents a father's day rally in southern texas cbs news correspondent david begg got a firsthand look at one child detention center in mcallen texas if you were a child five years or older it's almost a guarantee that you will be separated because under the trump administration's zero tolerance policy every adult who crosses the border illegally will be prosecuted and when the mother and father go before a judge to hear that prosecution case they are separated from their child president trump was attorney general started this policy last month he blames congressional democrats there is this from southern texas to at least five immigrants die several others were hurt as an suv carrying more than a dozen people crash trying to escape border patrol agents some ninety miles north of the border overseas an amsterdam one person has died three hurt as a bus hit them at a dutch concert early monday on the weather watch with temperatures in the high nineties in parts of the midwest lines of thunder for storms hit northern minnesota michigan animal sconsin at least two people are confirmed dead more than forty others are hurt in an earthquake in the japanese city of osaka japan state run tv showed scenes of ruptured roads some of them flooded by broken water mains triggering an enormous geyser in the city of.

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Downed power lines caused of deadly California wine country wildfires, report says

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Downed power lines caused of deadly California wine country wildfires, report says

"Of the season remains a strong category four hurricane in the pacific but poses no threat to land forecasters say it's about five hundred miles south of mexico's baja peninsula and is moving away from land a letter grew from a tropical storm to a category four hurricane in just twenty four hours a possible sign that a second system will develop over the next five days wildfires in northern california last fall that destroyed homes and killed at least fifteen people were sparked by pacific gas and electric power lines that had fallen down after completing an investigation state fire officials say falling tree trees or limbs hitting electrical lines were the main cause state law violations were found in eight cases but pacific gas and electric officials say it had met state requirements after inspecting more than two million power poles and cutting back nearly a million and a half trees in one year in guatemala more than a dozen forensic experts are trying to identify victims of this week's violent volcanic eruption that left one hundred nine people dead more than forty bodies are at a makeshift morgue many of them charred experts will extract dna material from the bones to help identify them more than two hundred people remain missing a florida a woman disappeared at a lake in south florida the suspect the large alligators cbs's david begg no has more a witness told police fortyseven year olds shizuko matt sukey was walking her dogs near this lake in davey florida it took more than five hours to trap the twelve foot alligator officials reportedly found an arm inside the reptile divers are still looking for the woman alligators are synonymous with florida with more than one million in the state they literally can show up anywhere the last deadly attack was two years ago when two year old lane graves was killed while visiting disneyworld with his parents the women's two dogs.

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At least 70 people dead, many more unaccounted for after Guatemala volcano eruption

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:38 min | 3 years ago

At least 70 people dead, many more unaccounted for after Guatemala volcano eruption

"The us air force today flew several children injured in the mullen volcano to the us for treatment of burns at least seventy five people have died since the eruption on sunday nearly two hundred are still missing men well spent the day with crews searching for victims he says we're going to part of this village where rescue workers are right now trying to recover bodies it's called sunday looked at as we approached we realized we were walking not on a dirt road but on eight to ten feet of all cannock ash that buried homes and people rescuers dig and dig not for survivor but to give dignity to families hoping to bury their dead those who survived left behind evidence of their escape we're told after the eruption people had to build an impromptu breaks here over the hot ashes to try to get injured people to the other side for help and you can see what they did here they use cinderblocks they used parts of ten rooms anything that they could find even these wouldn't play you try to get people to safety the toxic flow from sunday's eruption of all kinda forgo rush through areas it had never reached before surprising and trapping entire neighborhoods and cutting off access and fresh water to others the water is not safe here residents told us it was the first time these were able to reach them they brought water and much needed food this is the first time you're getting food it's estimated one point seven million people have been affected by the disaster some ignoring evacuation orders fearing looters and the volcano remains active with crews on edge as they continue the painstaking work this afternoon we witnessed workers pull several bodies from the rubble including one they say appear to be a child and as the threat of more ruptures continues the number of people evacuated has quadrupled to more than twelve thousand jeff just amazing scenes from inside guatemala manny thank you we have more now an extraordinary situation in the dallas area overnight a barrage of hailstones hit that region with frightening force here's david begg one woman said it sounded like god was throwing rocks at them after the early morning hailstorm shower north texas just never in my life seen or even imagined anything like this hail is largest baseballs pelted homes and cars.

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Consumer reports reverses Tesla Model 3 opinion [Video]

Jay Sekulow

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Consumer reports reverses Tesla Model 3 opinion [Video]

"Puerto rico where researchers say the death toll from hurricane maria is a lot higher than what's being reported they estimate more than forty six hundred people died in the storm last year but the official governmental death toll is just sixty four david begg no has the story puerto rico's governor ricardo rosset yo who had self is a scientist seem blindsided by the harvard study burgle sabar we recognize the protocol is that doctors tell the government if death was caused by hurricane maria families have to petition the government to investigate if they disagree with the doctor's opinion those brown dots show where the harvard study researchers surveyed more than three thousand homes around the island and found the mortality rate rose sixty two percent in the three months after hurricane maria compared to that period the year before researchers concluded the final death count could be as high as eighty five hundred one third of or or were reported because of lack of medical treatment saved a lot of lives during his visit to puerto rico last october president trump hailed the low death toll which at the time was sixteen you can be very proud of all of your people all of our people working together in light of the harvard report a white house spokesperson said the people of puerto rico deserve nothing less than transparency at accountability the negligence allowed those lives to be lost needs to be accounted for san juan mayor carmen leave crews has blasted mr trump for being tone deaf and slow to respond when asked to evaluate her own response she said no i didn't get to everyone did the best we could but that wasn't good enough every time the local governments certifies that one of these deaths is directly related to hurricane maria the family of the person who died is then eligible to receive benefits from the federal government in helping to pay for a funeral that's why these numbers are so important needed bag no cbs news san juan puerto rico in florida these two people were injured after a large crane toppled onto houses today it was being used to put up electric poles when it flipped over it's still not clear what caused it to collapse the crane's operator was treated for minor injuries at the scene a man in one of the homes went to the hospital a hospital but his injuries were not lifethreatening in canada three animals from the.

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"begg" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"begg" Discussed on Majority 54

"And you know great reporters like david begg nod going to to those sites and sort of exposing all of the faults in the in the recovery effort so i think i you know continuing to sort of tell her lawmakers puerto rico matters to us and you know they they still need a great degree of aid and stimulus and making that matter to our lawmaker so keeping us in in the conversation and giving where you can and also i'll also say this put it goes now in a position where he can host folks again like hotels you're starting to get back up and running so if you want to go have an amazing like it's still puerto rico it's still like the most some of the most beautiful beaches you'll ever see bio luminescent bays and this incredible incredible place to go but you can also volunteer that you can you can tie vacation in with volunteering effort and i've seen more and more people doing stuff like that and that's that's incredible that's a good idea just do a service vacation in puerto rico so thank you for doing this last question i have you know you have more experience really as effective treasury secretary than the current treasury secretary which is my way of asking whether you think you would ever run for office i'll run for political office the moment you start writing a musical oh my god linneman wimmer into was awesome thank you to him for doing this and also thank you to my wife diana because by popular demand she is now going to be part of the outgrow because everybody says we don't wanna just have her in the as we want more diana so welcome yes more ads in the out tro no that's not.

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2000% increase in Russian trolls after airstrikes in Syria

Real Estate Radio Boston with Rick Scherer and Ali Alavi

02:06 min | 3 years ago

2000% increase in Russian trolls after airstrikes in Syria

"The news watch never stops by grasshopper i'm sam litzinger the russian disinformation campaigns underway over the us led airstrikes in syria the spokeswoman says there's been a two thousand percent increase in russian trolls in the past twenty four hours the us britain and france say they launched the strike to punish syrian president assad for suspected chemical attack against civilians in the town of duma outside damascus america's gone to nikki haley we cannot stand by and let russia trash every international norm that we stand for and a while the use of chemical weapons to go unanswered the un security council rejected a russian demand that the allied attack be condemned cbs news correspondent jonathan bigly avi has more international reaction russia which backs the assad regime confirmed there were no immediate reports of casualties but in special you insecure council meeting the russian federation slammed the timing of the operation which was launched just before independent investigators studied the site of last week's alleged chemical attack didn't you started the organizers of the gresh didn't even wait for the establishment of facts by an international organization which is authorized to do that iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei another ally of the syrian government went so far as to call president trump and his allies criminal at least three people have been killed in the central us is it deals with the storm system that's brought dangerous winds rain hail even snow cbs news correspondent david begg knows in the arkansas town of mountain bird utility crews are working to get mountain berg arkansas back online after this small town of nearly seven hundred people was devastated by tornado on friday this arkansas couple raced against the tornado and loss thankful for their seatbelts they were unhurt vehicle slipped into a ditch in northeast louisiana a two year old child was killed overnight when a tree crashed into the rv she was sleeping in four adults and a toddler also inside got out ok in many state capitals this weekend.

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Video shows Fort Worth police punching man repeatedly during arrest

Ron and Don Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Video shows Fort Worth police punching man repeatedly during arrest

"The emoluments sued will go forward david farren sold from the washington post tuesday on seattle's morning news live from the cairo radio news center an eight year old boy who chased a soccer ball into a tacoma street last night is in critical condition after hit run driver slammed into him to stop and wait for new cars sheldon i listened and just ran towards the ball that's when the car hit out in a family friend tells kiro seven it was a small dark car but that's about all they could say about it the boy had have surgery for internal injuries and broken bones cops are hoping more witnesses mike come forward health tracked down that driver more accusations of excessive force against officers in fort worth texas cbs's david begg now reports cellphone video appears to show a fort worth police officer punching thirty five year old forest curry at least four times while trying to arrest him a second officer is seen using his knee twice according to a police statement the officers were responding to a disturbance call curry had allegedly become combative with fort worth fire department personnel who were already on scene firefighters say he appeared to be intoxicated and attempted to assault them police say when they arrived curry fled on foot curry's attorney has a different story she says her client suffered from a seizure and woke up disoriented she argues he was sick not drunken combative the white house is working on new package of bills aimed at closing what they describe as immigration loopholes many of them involving kids among the issues they want congress to address are safeguards that prevent the immediate deportation of children travelling alone from countries that don't border the us and requirement.

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6 months after Hurricane Maria, parts of Puerto Rico continue to struggle

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:12 min | 3 years ago

6 months after Hurricane Maria, parts of Puerto Rico continue to struggle

"The information was later used by cambridge analytica a consultant to the trump campaign john blackstone has more on this undercover video broadcast today by britain's channel four reveals cambridge analytic a ceo alexander knicks boasting of his company's involvement in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign have you met mr trump the data all the talk to today cambridge analytica suspended knicks but facebook could be in deeper trouble in two thousand eleven they signed a consent decree with the federal trade commission promising not to allow unauthorized use of users profile data nixes admission suggests facebook may have violated that agreement roger mcnamee an early investor in facebook is now a critic of the company i think there's a giant problem for facebook and frankly for democracy in the united states sam lester with the electronic privacy information center agrees users had no idea that cambridge analytical is accessing this data it's a clear violation of the two thousand eleven consent order potentially could cost them forty thousand dollars for every offense times fifty million people that could total more than two trillion dollars in fines mcnamee says zuckerberg silence is disappointing you don't get to make a billion dollars in mark's case you know tens of billions of dollars without being responsible for the consequences of your actions facebook spokesperson said today the entire company is outraged they were deceived by cambridge analytica but lawmakers in both congress and britain's parliament are holding facebook responsible and they want to hear directly from mark zuckerberg jeff john blackstone staying on this story john thank you it was six months ago today that hurricane maria slammed into puerto rico take a look at the pictures then and now we tell you ninety five percent of the island had no power in the days after the storm now about the same percentage has it back david begg no return to puerto rico to check on the recovery driving through macau we saw a listen her husband on the side of the road with buckets they come here to this faucet to get.

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"begg" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"begg" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Uber lake no yeah and like that of begg that is definitely a vibe unlike i if that you're vibe like that's cool and i'm happy for you that you want to reach out to those people in being friends with them i that is not who i am i of of exhaust it's exhausting and i have i have things that i can't do that i wanna do unity mean like blake i have to turn down invitations from people that i've been friends with for fifteen years slight i can't make space and so then because i lake never went to any of that stuff like i think i got labelled as like a mom that thing shoes to call for school which is like that's not accurate but it also emma person because of my fucking anxiety we like those i the opposite of people in your that your way south region yeah but people see me and they see like my public persona army fucking instagram stories or whatever and they're like oh that bitch light can hang in a group riot but that nothing further nothing is further from the truth like i i become like a quiet sad like seventhgrader and i get and i'm so nervous i don't know you know like i i'm not close with you and i don't know you i'm not i can't i it's very excited producing for me so a lot of it has to do with my my anxiety right so i stay away and not because i don't like you but i'm better when i can like one on one get to know call here's showings i have a revival.

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"begg" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"begg" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"At one point nothing begg heating betaagonists may be stepping advocators copy scene of what he did not win emerson i've been eating make dang may bad things will be now film pudsey you'll see plenty of the way the way god signalled bad on on the you in my view bryce alford oh my god mm another one friedel brooks very georgia at the goods egg each not you wanna see making making naked elena via vapors as obey spin and as as i actually gave from may to go is it on the brown and again i just can't be or rather you lose it down and mechanisms they also well well it is with us where now resume.

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"begg" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"begg" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"So to study how they see in three d these scientists used beeswax to put tiny three d glasses on the parade mattis's low glue ended on one side rounds of the other how is such a wonderful story idaho that alone house exist begg they found in their research that mantis is tracked the change in relative position of a moving object to each i in order to create stereo vision and this is different than the way animals do it i humans used differences in multiple deals go go look up stereo skopje vision or vision and you will find a law and the list of all the different details that feed into our way of telling three d what mantis is do as much simpler it's like it's moving over here here in here here so we try and get boom that's how we create three division and this might be very useful in robotics because it's a simpler system it would require much less computation power from the sensors on robots pat's now i want to praying mantis i mean i i kinda want one as a pet just so i can give it lake three glasses 'cause that's the stumbling goal no what's up they've got to hope that they can be very me in pregnant assisgon well you know mice capsule put it in its place or eat it maybe i should again on three d glasses on a praying mantis made of beeswax science and the and the site waits for being creator and the same idea that that just because we wanted to find out how they do it we found out an entirely different way of creating stereo sjoeberg vision creating death perception something that have been theorized before wasn't like this nobody'd ever thought of this but you weren't quite sure how would work in reality until the study and now you do now you're like oh it works like a does for a meant us we we've got data now that we can use to implement this.

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"begg" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"begg" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Taking a five hour to okla begg yeah yeah talks between eyeing bruce valery over a imagine level what does it take the bag the 7up mountain damaged so yes now won't be people are welcome to come there when we get a set up there will not be any eating and drinking in the studio in lebanon area where people can do that is called the alley colette area right yes it'd be nice though windows windows into the where you let them windows i am as long as you were lien is still out there then he looked like columnist don't you right here at initials please well well we drew in santa claus all this the one is chicago steal lake may and we're talking about on on prompted the last weekend in may and still working on toronto although some people try to get us to go tubing couvert and this is what the doubles alive show so we're trying to our partners trying to get us to go to vancouver uh they were they were a broadband tv was are you to partner they were trying to get us to go there and do is show at broadband tv oh as they are going on a buy was this i say yeah they want excuse just not to work pair gummy their watch somebody would will pull eric is it talk to you for second get this is the ship ugo heavier this in hook up with all the opium george hill mobile last clip.

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"begg" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"begg" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Okay begg from two pair came feeling gene woods was horrible get posted person annulled loyd delicate bring of michigan buruah well school age i can turn a tool pulls plans we count the money and the traditional school scoop schools who may face it breaking news yet fittipaldi and neck protected mitch and jews weighing wing in europe wait wait wait wait wait wait i just wanted to say you are mironov wa plaza are you money well on earth maybe you can check it out on a nickel with the stores in iran in a moment with a leg up on it knowing your money at me would with you all i know how to make you come in them with you if you have a wonderful cannot be too when you if you want to be as i can say he would it 'cause i was gonna put you on i was gonna put you i was gonna change a life gerber at a winter break with wait wait yeah under his energy.

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"begg" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"begg" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Okay begg from two pair came feeling gene woods was horrible get posted person annulled loyd delicate bring of michigan buruah well school age i can turn a tool pulls plans chip account count the money and traditional school scoop schools who may face it breaking news yet fittipaldi though and make protected mitch and jews weighing wing in europe wait wait wait wait wait wait i just wanted to say you are mironov wa plaza are you money well on earth maybe you can check it out on a nickel with the stores in iran in a moment with a leg up on it knowing your money at me would with you all i know how to make you come in them with you if you have a wonderful cannot be too when you if you want to be as i can say he would it 'cause i was gonna put you on i was gonna put you i was gonna change a life gerber at a winter break with wait wait yeah under his energy.

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"begg" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"begg" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Your begg right your economic evolutionary chemicals because if it if you didn't have that they would be a robot and they would say while this sucks and they just jump overboard not necessarily i think if you genuinely respect their autonomy if you asked me that question i would say all right i'll pick up a minority of the co but you got but you have those brain chemicals the make you wanna keep living a life okay i mean look i do what i brian can i guess that he's art of the world like we do all have those chemical so but that was part of the decisionmaking process when we made that life you and i when we had made created the child we won't talk about the details of created this child we we are that's part of like the criminal offence of making this child is that you're giving them these things that make them think and do things you know that without their consent like that's part of it you know what i mean you're giving him part of creating them you're not making a blank thinking robot you're making something that's already kind of hostage in a way to to chemicals and there's no other way to make it i dole i don't experience i don't i don't in my opinion like and i don't believe in free will i'm very much on the no free well perspective but at the same time i think you know like whether it's the chemicals speaking or not i don't think so here okay here's whole go about this writing i can't be wrong if i am in pain if i say i'm in pain right little start with something that's on on impeachable right if i say i'm in pain i'm right about that there's no way to be wrong about that i'll take your word for conversely ultimately i think it's true you know i could lie to you about something i i could mascot in say i'm not really in pain when i am or something and conversely i could say i'm in pleasure when i'm not really in pleasure but if i genuinely am experiencing pleasure is i think i genuinely do on a daily basis than i can say i value that pleasure and yes it's based in chemicals but my enjoyment of it is still valuable to me as this entity trapped within this system and i.

"begg" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

03:20 min | 4 years ago

"begg" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

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"begg" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"begg" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Been a diving test that has absolutely nothing to do with diving proficiency it is that test and we actually told the students precisely that you know if you graduate or successfully complete this test pleased by no means with begg of you not to think of yourself as a incredibly competent diver because the test in the poll underwater was not about their proficiency at manipulating their equipment it was about fear it was about panic it was about stress and controlling and managing all of those things like i said in the beginning it's incredibly easy to overwhelm your people an pool comp the actual practical tested the very end is actually the combination of a week of curriculum and we start with the entire class in a classroom sitting at desks and chairs with powerpoint presentation and it starts off very slow and very gradual with fundamentals and you're can hear me coming back to this time and time again when i'm talking about stress and stress testing it has to be built on the fundamentals server this week we literally had a powerpoint slide and on the slide showed them how to in the proper procedure the procedure we expected from them how to put on their equipment and take it off than we would do a practical exercise out of the water with the ball so woods scuba tanks and and actually the real tanks as well but on land where you can breathe as much as you want to and there is no stress whatsoever.

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