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Fresh update on "ben" discussed on On Target with LEPD Firearms and Gun Range

On Target with LEPD Firearms and Gun Range

01:10 min | 51 min ago

Fresh update on "ben" discussed on On Target with LEPD Firearms and Gun Range

"We'll reminisce about some of the changes we've all seen over the past 40 years and how to focus on having income with those paychecks stop coming in from work, Plus how Toby like major leaguer Bobby Moughniyah. Without ever even picking up a bat that and more coming up. I picked that intro accidentally and realized while I was talking that it applies to today's life. Oh, yeah, You've gotta row with it, and you just got to get over it and keep on rolling. I think there's a generation of folks that struggle with that a little bit well. Me, for instance. Oh, I was actually talking about millennials. Not you. Okay? No, no, I'm talking about me and I'm an easygoing guy, but things are just so different right now. Our whole year got turned topsy turvy upside down like it did for everybody else. And we had all these things planned in our family vacation and all the things that we love to do that sort of fine. Summer for us, right? They just got kind of jumbled all up and turned upside down, and it's gonna be okay. It's gonna be okay. For sure. It's just different. And you know, I'm the guy that we eat the same exact thing for lunch every single day for a month before I want to change it. I don't know if I do that, Kristen. How do you go along with this regiment? While I don't I make him deal with it. Some days. I fussed about it and others. I wake up and I think well, he said, I have to make him a full breakfast every morning like some wives do. That's true. He knows what he wants. He's gonna handle it. I get it right. That's good. You know, If you think 2020 has been a rough year, you should be happy that it's now half over. Yet Theo July means that it's time for maybe a midyear portfolio checkup and morning stars. Christine Benz says You should start by reviewing things like your asset allocation. If you have not made any changes recently, or even for a few years, you may find that your portfolio is actually Too aggressive. Given your life stage, especially if you're someone who was within maybe a decade of retirement or certainly someone who is within a few years of retirement. You do need to de risk the portion of your portfolio that you expect to spend from soon. I appreciate her very cool, calm, collected advice, but let's get real guys howto those of us listening the middle class the middle class millionaires do that de risking of our portfolio. It's important that we dio Greg and I often talk about our personal finances because it's a good It's a good analogy as to what we see coming in because I am younger than Greg. So we even invest differently between our finances between the two of us and you know, just in the last three months, I was looking at one of my portfolios that I have stock account I play with it has had 120% swing. In four months. Oh, yeah, You cannot be invested that way. As a pre retiree, you absolutely can't be not if you don't want your heart to stay. If you understood the emotional swings I've been on with the portfolios and a ton of money. It's not mine. It's kind of your life meanings, but it's It's kind of my money. It's the money. I gloat with Greg with soon well. And one is not doing so. Well, hang low, and I don't tell him how much is ended. Unless yes, you know. And how far down how far down is your account? Good. It's been 120 points. Fine. I mean, double what? It wass three months ago, and that was down. 100% from what it Wass begin in the year. I mean, it has been all over the place, but I'm invested in a way where I know it's going to do that. So I just put a little bit of money in each month. And but you cannot do that with the money or expecting two usedto live off of you absolutely cannot do that. So Christine Ben said something she talked about asset allocation and how That, you know, we have to start thinking about doing it differently based on our time. In life, and that's a big big factor because it's not so much necessarily that stocks are great or stocks or bad bonds are great. Bonds or bad or, you know, you go from a 100% stock allocation like you're one account, or Ah, 50 50 stock bond allocation. That's typically what people talk about when they're talking about asset allocation. It really once you get close to that retirement date. Within five years for sure. Now you really need to start thinking about a more consistent outcome, something that's going to give you more predictability. And that's not just stocks and bonds. By the way, even in the stock world right now. If you know you can alert on your phone that the code of bus lines or shut down for the day and they're not running. If you're going to catch a bus And you realize, Okay, I can't go down to the code of bus Stop and catch a bus because the buses aren't running today, right? Well, If you know, for instance, that there's certain sectors of the stock market that aren't doing well, for instance, the airline industry right now, of course, airlines aren't doing well. Kristen and I had to go somewhere a few weeks ago in the airport was like a ghost town and every other row on the on the airplane was empty. And so I mean, that was kind of great. You know, you feel like you're creamed in like sardines. What the airline industry has really is really suffering right now. So why would I want to be in a portfolio that's investing in the airline industry right now. So when I say changing an asset allocation, there's a smarter way to do it. Now we can research and we can say Okay, what sectors Of the economy are actually thriving right now. Well, we know that right now Technology and innovation. Are areas that many, many companies are thriving that air in that arena. Is that what they call biotech? Well, that's a separate thing..

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Record-setting Tropical Storm Fay makes landfall in New Jersey as it makes its way north

Ben Shapiro

00:17 sec | 18 hrs ago

Record-setting Tropical Storm Fay makes landfall in New Jersey as it makes its way north

"Says Tropical Storm Fay made landfall this afternoon near Atlantic City, New Jersey, bringing gusty winds and having rain. The threat of flooding six named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season formed yesterday off the outer banks of North Carolina. It's expected to bring a lot of what weather Parts of the Northeast this weekend. We'll take a

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Fed buys more corporate bonds but may soon end purchases

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 21 hrs ago

Fed buys more corporate bonds but may soon end purchases

"The federal reserve has purchased more corporate bonds as part of its effort to boost in the economy hit hard by the corona virus pandemic the fed says it bought another one point three billion dollars in corporate bonds late last month an effort to keep interest rates low and ensure large companies can borrow by selling bonds the bonds are from a wide range of companies making a broad market index in order to avoid favoring any specific industry fed also purchased nearly eight billion dollars in pools of bonds held in exchange traded funds which operates similarly to mutual funds the purchases remain well short of the program's original cap of seven hundred and fifty billion and a fed official says the buying is slowing and may continue to do so if the market remains relatively healthy Ben Thomas Washington

FED Official Ben Thomas Washington
Fed buys more corporate bonds but may soon end purchases

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 21 hrs ago

Fed buys more corporate bonds but may soon end purchases

"The federal reserve has purchased more corporate bonds as part of its effort to boost in the economy hit hard by the corona virus pandemic the fed says it bought another one point three billion dollars in corporate bonds late last month an effort to keep interest rates low and ensure large companies can borrow by selling bonds the bonds are from a wide range of companies making a broad market index in order to avoid favoring any specific industry fed also purchased nearly eight billion dollars in pools of bonds held in exchange traded funds which operates similarly to mutual funds the purchases remain well short of the program's original cap of seven hundred and fifty billion and a fed official says the buying is slowing and may continue to do so if the market remains relatively healthy Ben Thomas Washington

FED Official Ben Thomas Washington
Philadelphia Issues Mandatory Closure Of Homeless Encampment Along Parkway

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 22 hrs ago

Philadelphia Issues Mandatory Closure Of Homeless Encampment Along Parkway

"Notice. Is there now posted at homeless encampment along the Ben Franklin Parkway and people there have been told They've got to be out by nine o'clock next Friday morning. City Hall bureau chief chief unable unable to to use use Pat Pat Lowe Lowe reports reports Homeless Homeless Services Services director director list list first first says says she's she's heartbroken. heartbroken. The The city city is is having having to to take take unilateral unilateral action action because because it's it's been been working working for for weeks weeks with with organizers organizers of the camp set up is a protest for more housing on what it hoped would be a mutually acceptable solution. It's disappointing. We were really you're hoping that we would have a different kind of announcement. We've spent a lot of time and effort trying to find a pathway forward because we do really fundamentally agree there's not enough affordable housing. People. We want to work together to address a spokesperson for Encampment. Organizer's Jennifer Bennet says the city's offer of shelter beds, treatment beds or covert prevention beds was not acceptable. Options are not Housing in most of them. Don't leave a permanent house in most of these programs are programs that people have already left. They're they're the same services they have been insufficient. Spinach says The campers won't leave without force Officials declined to give details of their strategy. If people don't leave on their own

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New York City Paints ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mural In Front Of Trump Tower

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:20 min | 1 d ago

New York City Paints ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mural In Front Of Trump Tower

"So people are getting shot like every single day in New York. They're seeing a best uptick in the murder rate in New York. City virtual. I believe last I checked one hundred percent of all people shot in New York City over the course of the last month. Are People of color nearly all of them are black. That is not something blasio. We'll we'll talk about. Instead Bill Blasio will. We'll simply say that it's time to paint giant murals and say black lives matter in front of trump tower on fifth avenue. And what will the media cover with media? Cover this stuff. No, the media. The media won't cover the shootings. Really they'll cover kind of tangentially. There's a headline yesterday. Believe is from the AP talking about. It's puzzling why the shootings have increased. I think they used the word mysterious to describe why the shootings have increased. Get the Scooby van. Guys who the hell knows. Get the mystery machine we got. We get shaggy on the case. I who could roll who who can figure it out? What why would there be more shootings when you're trying to defunding the police yet, idiots? And when you're focusing on painting, giant yellow signs that say black lives matter in front of trump tower. We showed trump orangemen. Bad Problem solved. Is. A Bill de Blasio was painting. BLM in front of the trump tower. He said this is an example of action. We can take black-americans. Wow, you well Americans are better place today because you painted some letters on a sidewalk

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Cereal brands reevaluate mascots to fit the modern day

Morning Edition

03:11 min | 1 d ago

Cereal brands reevaluate mascots to fit the modern day

"Been rethinking their outdated corporate mascots and Jemima uncle Ben Mrs Butterworth. At the same time, a group of young entrepreneurs have set out to create new breakfast cereal characters that reflect this moment. NPR's Mandali del Barco reports. Emily. At least, Miller says the new cereal she and her team created off limits has brand mascots, unlike any other dash is a high strung, high achieving female bunny in an eighties style power suit with sneakers. She's a K pop fan. A workaholic, and she says Dash has a lot of anxiety to deal with. So her cereal turns the milk to cold brew and has coffee and chocolate zombie is just the opposite. A lazy dude who looks like he just rolled out of bed to eat his mellow cereal. There's adapted Jin's Pond on Vanilla, so everything you need to mellow out. Miller, 29 year old food writer is all about breakfast. In fact, she wrote breakfast a cookbook, and she created the breakfast club walking tours of New York restaurants. Her latest venture off limits. Serial also seems to appeal to millennials. Miller's hoping they might relate to zombie who has a bit of Bart Simpson or dash more of Ah, Lisa Simpson. The whole brand is really run by these emotionally unstable and extreme cartoon characters. Dashing zombie are a far cry from the buff, confident cereal mascot Tony the Tiger. Cash is not the first female serial character in the early 19 fifties. Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes was rep. For a short time by Katie the Kangaroo who wore a bandanna and carried her baby in her pouch. I'm Katie, the kangaroo I have been given bound around you guy within that takes all night, just like an attending. Do you like Kellogg's ultimately bounced Katie The kangaroo for Tony. The Tiger, also dropping sugar from its name Fast forward to 2020 where cold and hot cereals are more than $20 billion industry in the U. S. According to market data firm statistic, with sales expected to grow To succeed. Cereal brands have to be nostalgic, healthy or have more modern mascot, says analyst Melissa Abbott. There's a demand for something completely different that isn't no masculine 20. The Tiger Macho Abbott is vice president of culinary insights at the Hartmann Group. She says cereal is not just a breakfast food. New brands are pro mode on podcasts and purchased online, Abbott says off Limits and another new cereal brand magic spoon appealed to a different aesthetic. These characters that are going to win essentially today and particularly in the breakfast category, they have Tio contain more of this multi dimensional take on the on the human personality. The flaws and all, Abbott says consumers might like that off limits. Characters were designed by artist Shepard Fairey's studio. Now the question is, Will they go for coffee flavored cereal repped by a stressed out bunny in a power suit? Handle it. Al Barco

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What would it take to moderate a platform as big as Facebook?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:10 min | 1 d ago

What would it take to moderate a platform as big as Facebook?

"Facebook released the independent civil. Rights audit of his platform on Wednesday the auditor said among many other things that quote facebook unevenly enforces or fails to enforce its own policies against prohibited content, thus harmful content is left on the platform for too long. FACEBOOK has said both that it doesn't want to be an arbiter of truth in that it prioritizes free speech over all, but also that it's difficult, if not impossible to actually moderate content on a platform as big as facebook, instagram and WHATSAPP combined. That got US wondering. What is at the heart of this problem spendy saying it's a policy analyst at New America's Open Technology Institute. I think it's important to recognize that there does not necessarily need to be wine gold standard system of moderation. In fact, it's important to encourage platforms to moderate in diverse ways, because at encourages freedom of expression online, but I think what is really important is for platforms to provide more transparency and accountability around how they are trading. These people how accurate they are, and what impact these individuals and their activities have on a online speech of users. So I think when you're talking about what platforms was, a whole can do better. That is particularly one area where Policy makers and civil society and civil rights groups should be encouraging platforms to do more. Let's talk about automated moderation. Is that a similar situation where we just don't know that much about how these tools work, and how good or bad they are, companies tend to tell tout automated tools as a silver bullet solution for content moderation issues, but they do not provide adequate data around how these tools are how they are trained you know and how they refined, and this is why civil society groups and civil rights groups continue to press companies to always keep humans in the loop. Because using these automated tools can have consequences for freedom of expression online, and we have to be cautious about just telling companies to invest more in these tools we need to know how effective these tools are before telling companies to just throw more money on them. Do. You think it's believable that they can't. I think that's like Ben. In argument is. FACEBOOK is like there's too many there's too much. It literally is a scale problem. We cannot do it. You know the experience of the past few months has shown about. Platforms can definitely do more in sometimes it's just about how they assess their goals around removing harmful content and protecting freedom of expression, so for example during the Kobe, nineteen pandemic. We've seen how platforms such as facebook have really responded rapidly proactively to the spread of misinformation, but this has raised questions about why platforms have not taken as proactive a of an approach against types of misleading information such as election voter suppression related disinformation as just about you know. When do they decide to take those moves? And what are the lake lever points that encourage them to do so? spendy saying as a policy analyst at New America's Open Technology Institute.

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Esper Testifies On Military's Role In Handling Recent Protests in Washington, DC

Ben Shapiro

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Esper Testifies On Military's Role In Handling Recent Protests in Washington, DC

"Of defense was pressed on the military's role in recent protests. In Washington House armed services. Lawmakers called in the defense secretary and Joint Chiefs chairman talking about the use of the military to deal with civilian disturbances. Events. Secretary Mark Esper talked about the response to recent protests in Washington, DC no active duty military units engaged protestors or otherwise. Took part. Direct part in civilian law enforcement or federal protection missions in the District of Columbia or anywhere else in the country. There were also questions about when Lafayette Park near the White House was cleared of protesters on June 1st. Esper addressed how National Guard members were used. The guard did not advance on the crowd. At the guard did not shoot rubber bullets. At the guard did not employ chemical agents of any type on Capitol Hill, Mike Emanuel Fox News

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Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

All Things Considered

04:03 min | 1 d ago

Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

"New movies, a French drama, tea and an Australian thriller Center on fraud. Mother daughter granddaughter relationships in the French film the truth, The characters can't agree on where the truth lies. Our critic Bob Mondello says that puts the film way ahead of Thehunt horror movie characters in relic. Kay and her college age daughter are on a rescue mission in relic to grandmother's house. They go after a call alerts them that no one's seen her in a few days. Mom K, played by Emily Mortimer is concerned that grand might be slipping mentally, the House suggests as much post it note reminders everywhere. Serious clutter mold on walls, a bowl of rotting fruit. A police search turns up nothing. And then, With what? Never posted night. Take them to my house. I could decorate it. However, I want mothers and daughters struggling to help one another. As memories fade and then inescapable. Fate looms ever larger. In the drama T the truth. The tensions are far lighter, if no less heartfelt when a screenwriter played by Juliette Binoche arrives with family to visit her mother Ibn, one of France's most celebrated movie stars. Cancel it. Yes, even though there is a prison just behind Fabian, The celebrated movie star who lives in this castle is played by Katherine Dinner, arguably France's most celebrated movie star. And the film delights in playing with that, casting the nerves reputation as an imperious, slightly distant film icon recycled for the part of Ben OSHA's Imperia, slightly distant mother, who has written a memoir titled La Very Tae. The Truth. You know, Sh, armed with copious notes, bristles that much of what Fabian has written. Never happened. Not wanted me, Aviva. Thanks. You're using post its marvels Fabian before protesting. I'm an actress. I won't tell the naked truth As it happened. She rarely even tells the fully clothed truth, But that's where they're fun lies. Director Hirokazu Kore Hiedeh, working for the first time in a language other than his native Japanese plays with all manner of truths in love every day from Fabian explaining to the grand daughter who needs her to be a witch. Yes, she does have magical powers. I heat logic to this ground Damn of French cinema getting stage fright on a sci fi film set. Then conjuring and acted truth. That's kind of breathtaking. You're invited to conflate the character of Fabian with dinner of herself, and it's clear that the star whose middle name is Fabian, Let's note is having fun blurring those lines. Korea has even provided a plot point that centers on the signature dress black with white collar and cuffs. The din of war in Belle de jour 53 years ago, all in the service of a story in the truth about family and filmmaking, mothers and daughters memory and the comforting fictions. We think we remember I'm

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House holds hearing on Russian bounty intelligence reports

Ben Ferguson

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

House holds hearing on Russian bounty intelligence reports

"Officials before a House panel over reports Russia paid Afghan militants to kill U. S Service members in Afghanistan. General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs and Defense secretary, Mark Esper, say they have not seen corroborated intelligence that Russia offered bounties to the Taliban for the debts of U. S service members. Congressman. To the best of my recollection. I have not received a briefing that included the word bounty versus intelligence assessments, alleging the Russian bounties was not produced by a Defense Department agency. The top Pentagon officials also told the House Armed Services Committee, there's no evidence payments led to the deaths of service members. Karen Alford,

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Many more likely sought jobless aid as virus surges back

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Many more likely sought jobless aid as virus surges back

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Layoffs stuck at high level as 1.3 million seek jobless aid

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Layoffs stuck at high level as 1.3 million seek jobless aid

"As president hi so the what Mike government's he is pushes the trump Rossi national latest has school long a security reporting report districts insisted shows law Joe in Hong the to jobless Biden World bring Mexico Kong students has is Cup claims left set will styled pay to Australia back propose remain for this the to historically southern fall a result seven to border president some hundred tough high wall sports billion trump matches is complex also dollar of but it payment saying complaining the buy labor American did department Orlando about not some guidelines reports campaign Hong seem is Kong not to more be residents than a his focus one own point accounted now public I'm three when happy presumptive for he million health with hosted the game new officials democratic restrictions workers winning Mexico's have or filed offered presidential even in leader their hometown first for better at time nominee a the C. claims White can stay Joe House free Biden for yesterday with unemployment opening an extended is at set Orlando to benefits propose visa on the the campaign president in last Australia Miami a week seven trail says the while hundred and CDC's newly we're going to billion have Australian reopened Major the wall League dollar guidelines Soccer prime businesses buy minister drink American her are Scott when have impractical accent I Morrison got campaign to been pay re for also the hiring wall it's made to candidate and boost a been major some four too U. announcement trump workers S. expensive months manufacturing insisted about and Australia's claims recreating the Mexico president and have extradition topped technology said that today would one we treaty just million don't it's last with want the the China plan first the for guidance sixteen year Biden of stride fifty is expected to straight something dis to be to taken that weeks announce too tough Sicherheit if today steps you're a the vice leader to before calls suspend that president out the for will pandemic exact a pay our four says out extradition hundred more the the record than CDC billion one high million for agreement dollar weekly will in four the now unemployment PM may prize issue fourth year announced money increasing applications new a range they guidance are of visas government was black but that next fewer Mexico will players be purchasing extended week than to is seven the from field a not new of two US hundred set to for paying five based thousand of years for an tools goods eight the in ongoing and office minute services aimed and a pulse the forty at persistently construction keeping six with plus seconds kids the permanent high an additional I want levels safe American to residency sign three of in up layoffs taxpayers classrooms hundred to visas protest billion are occurring racial are dollars at as injustice the same critics a in in spike new time their research public view it in the the virus was events new president's security a and yesterday development cases threatening legislation very in poignant U. neither to has S. hold in forced technology Hong leader back moment Kong federal even as six a concerts further states mention everybody funding deterioration to is reverse when the by if wall schools but black also moves of lives do freedoms asked repeal to not matter re if open re they in in response did open Republican in private to last those backed New America year's York trump six massive tax governor spokeswoman protests you breaks Andrew Arizona could hear Kaylee calling Cuomo for US a McEntee for California pin greater says corporations drop democracy re had because opening Colorado little there that in more were move no police is jobs to thing a Florida state add accountability and overseas call that Michigan discussion you not and guys the Texas plan did to the president's not will I'm come be know the up Karen centerpiece in when make really Thomas we I was up will in one open the of took room Biden's the third center schools Sager economic stage of the here US make platform for ani economy info if Washington on for it his is his return fall safe campaign fifteen aren't going to other open the states Mike schools in Rossio have Florida suspended Sager Washington mag their re ani openings Washington Ben Thomas Washington

Mike Government President Trump
Layoffs stuck at high level as 1.3 million seek jobless aid

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 d ago

Layoffs stuck at high level as 1.3 million seek jobless aid

"The government's latest report shows jobless claims remain historically high the labor department reports more than one point three million workers filed first time claims for unemployment benefits last week while newly reopened businesses have been re hiring some workers claims have topped one million for sixteen straight weeks before the pandemic the record high for weekly unemployment applications was fewer than seven hundred thousand the persistently high levels of layoffs are occurring as a spike in virus cases has forced six states to reverse moves to re open those six Arizona California Colorado Florida Michigan and Texas make up one third of the US economy fifteen other states have suspended their re openings Ben Thomas Washington

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Training Topics of Speed and Power Development in American Football and Field Sports

Just Fly Performance Podcast

06:43 min | 2 d ago

Training Topics of Speed and Power Development in American Football and Field Sports

"Hey everybody welcome to another show, so this one is a little different and instead of me, interviewing someone or instead of throwing out a Q. and A. and answering your questions I'm actually being guest interviewed by a guy who has an absolute stud resume in the field, and that is Josh hingst. I will say so. Josh I I meant to interview him for a long time now, but Josh flip the script on me and asked if he could interview me on a speed and power in related training topics for American football. When I say football really no matter what sport you work with it, it's this is really applying concepts of of speed bio mechanics for team sports so so American football team. Sport and really translating sprinting speed, and by a mechanic topics really into that environment the. Josh has a superstar resume. He's the head strength coach of the two thousand eighteen super bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. He's had past experience with the Jacksonville Jaguars the University of Nebraska the Atlanta Falcons as well as Florida State University. Josh multi talented, not only is he a strength coach and Ex Anna successful. When at that doing? A lot of work particularly with the Eagles in integration of Sports, science, and really being on the cutting edge there, he also is a sports nutritionist and has done a lot of work in the past in the realms of sports nutrition at some of his previous stops in twenty thirteen, he co-authored Athletes Guide to sports supplements out when he was at the University of Nebraska. I I met Josh back in two thousand four in Barcelona Spain, and it's been phenomenal to be able to stay in touch with him. Since then I'm super humbled. He wanted to interview me. This is like a it was a great opportunity to share my thoughts and put some thoughts together on these topics, but again just super humbling to be interviewed by a person with such awesome resume who I've been trying to get as a typical interview. Guests for this show so anyways we'll. We'll get onto it here just a couple of quick topics that we are. are going to run through is sprint a sprint, development and sprint mechanic development and speed drills particularly as it pertains to team sport. We're GONNA get into concepts on training foot. some particular concepts that I've that really stuck with me from a dairy bar that I've learned from him and how that Pertain Sport? We're GONNA. Talk about is metric, hamstring, injury, prevention and more. This was a really fun talking. I, hope you guys enjoy it so so let's get onto it episode to ten guest interviewer. Josh, thinks, and I have any conversation on speed and power topics. All I. I wanted to start off by Sharon. You know just the thank you for You know it's not often that you know people. Like me. Get a chance to thank people like you that you know that you're learning from that. You're progressing from. N. A just appreciated that. You know it's been a really good thing. I that there's others in the field like Mike in my shoes. That want to say that and. Yeah so I. Just I mean a lot of different thoughts. I mean. I think probably for me. You know I think you know a lot of the questions that you of have chewed on and and some of your interests. It's fun because I think we can all see where your brains at sometimes based on some of the people that you're bringing on the podcast with. Health or Of different things like that, but I think it's all really good good stuff, but I guess the first question I had is is probably one that you've answered a lot I think it's just more or less your take on some speed mechanics and running drills, and those application teams or seen I. Think a lot of people in my view. Shoes are like. Like well. We're not going to change that now. You know we're getting twenty three year old athletes in you know. Are we wasting our time in those types of things, or are you feel what you would do? You think that we can make make change. In how much time and energy do we devote to these things? Yeah, so that's a good question. I would say just in my time working with team sports in the running situation and thinking about it, and watching and observing as well I, think the I'll start with the good, actually because I think that it's in my nature to sometimes be a little contrarian as I was mentioning before we start recording I try to stay balanced. Try to really still like both sides of the equation, so with the common sprint drills as the bees, and whatever else there isn't all the marching type stuff 'cause I guess if we think of Sprint Joe. We think of a march. It's not going to fast horizontally. You're slowing the horizontal component down so there's some things in the vertical plane that. You can work on. It's all start with the positives I i. do think that there's always a bandwidth I mentioned this and speed strength, but I think that even if there's a disconnect between the actual mechanics in a marching bass drill for an athlete who might be a very muscular type athlete like they're very muscle driven they they tend to really squat deep in their movements, which isn't a bad for being a football player and Rennick Selah Rating. That's really important. But for someone who may not be in touch with their feet so much I think it gives a good opportunity to give them exposure for some of the vertical contacts ply metric in some ways so I I think that's okay. I don't have a problem with that I. Think it's the poll, the pole or was it dried mock or I think he's Polish when he came up with that stuff. It was really because they couldn't run I. don't know how many indoor tracks they had, and they just had to come up with a creative way to maintain. Muscle specific conditioning for sprinters, so if we think of if I'm a football player, a basketball player, and most of my movement is with a lower center of mass, and it's a little more specific to half the change. Directions quickly which I. wouldn't if I was a football player, I wouldn't WanNa really run like a sprinter because that's sometimes I think about if I'm spending more time in the air by nature, I need to the the the time for me to make a decision is is more or less are basically it's going to if it takes me longer to put my foot down. Now I can't change directions as quickly and I will say and I don't WanNa deviate from the question of sprint because I'm going to get there, but me and a dairy bar have been talking just in attract context about strategies to athletes run the four hundred and a lot of these athletes who are dying at the end of the race die because they don't. They can't switch strategies like they run one way. Way Whereas Wade. Van Niekerk does different things with his arms and legs on the Ben. The key switches strategy so this makes out I do think it is valuable for a football player or team sport athlete to be able to have different strategies, but I wouldn't I would never watch a football player, run and think man. You need to run as long as you're not running away. It's GonNa. Get you hurt. Excessive anterior till and the backside mechanics, poor backside macaques that come with the anterior till I. Get that we want to minimize those, but I don't necessarily need to see. Run same

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Boston - Patriots’ Cam Newton Signing Made Official

The Adam Carolla Show

02:24 min | 2 d ago

Boston - Patriots’ Cam Newton Signing Made Official

"Dea think that Cam Newton on the New England patriots when everybody for the last few months or so have simultaneously thrown dirt on the Patriots and elevated the Buffalo Bills. Do you think the. You have to bet right now. Bad Online. We'll hear about them in just a second go on Ben Online. Who Are you picking in the AFC right now? Well. Let's really break down the Patriots you know we're talking about. What's going to happen now that Brady's gone? How many! Hall of Famer Potential Hall of Famer and Hall of famers and Pro Bowlers. Have left the Patriots in the last two decades. Many men meant. Yes, that's all they do. All they do is turn over personnel or for the Sidebar to that is guys. Get thrown money by other by the other thirty one teams. I'll go hill. Replicate what he did in new, England is like no, no, there's some weird Voodoo that goes on up in Foxborough. That does not translate down the Tennessee or Texas or wherever else you're talking about right, so we're not talk. You know we're not talking about. What are the dolphins going to do without Dan Marino. Because they've changed show so much personnel on the offensive and defensive side of the ball over the last twenty years that if there's any team that is poised to turn over one guy now, he's the quarterback. Obviously, that's a super important job, but if anyone has proven that, they can swap one guy out for another guy, it's the Patriots. Of Foreign. Any other organization. And proof of that for any of the cynics out there, they're ignoring I know. It was a limited sample size, but Jimmy G. One every game he ever played Jacoby perset was was good as well when he had the takeover for Brady. Yeah, it's a and you know for what it's worth. Three BLEDSOE came in way back when at the start of the Millennium and beat the steelers in in Heinz field when Brady got hurt, so there's plenty of track record that you're going to be able to plug qb in there and succeed. It is interesting though that given the way Brady plays versus the way that same position and everything else. Else but wildly different way, but people say well how how CAM GONNA fit into that New England system. Have you watched the Patriots play? They don't do the same thing weekend week out. They always change it. They're obviously GONNA change what they do to accommodate number one now.

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How to do Facebook Advertising the Right Way

The Underground Entrepreneur

02:00 min | 4 d ago

How to do Facebook Advertising the Right Way

"Welcome back to the show I. Am John mcfall, the host of the underground entrepreneur, and I'm excited to get into our next topic. That's how to be successful in facebook marketing. This is something that I learned from a great guy named Ben Heath who is a literal guru at facebook marketing and he has a wonderful youtube channel. If, you want more information beyond what I cover here I. Left. A link in the show notes for you to check out a channel and become a grew yourself. Many people don't know how to create facebook ads and don't understand what the purpose of advertising on facebook is facebook and all other social media platforms owns all the information of the people and the users on their sites businesses that advertise on social media sites own none of it. You could work very hard to build your brand on social media and maybe get a huge following on facebook. Business is great because you have a mess of following on Your Business Page or your group, and you could be making a lot of money, but what happened if something drastically change? What A facebook solely decided! It was time to shut down the site. You may be thinking. This isn't going to happen, but look at my space fifteen years ago. What happens if someone hacks your facebook account and you don't have access to it. Or maybe worse. What a facebook got a wild hair up their ass, and they decided to shutdown band. Your account forever in any of these scenarios would say goodbye to Your Business. I, have stressed many times to start with and pick one platform to market and advertise on, and what if this was your only one? You would have to shudder your home base or online business. Because all your work would be gone. So how can you protect yourself from these three different scenarios? It's actually quite simple. No

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Leslie Allen on speaking freely

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:25 min | 4 d ago

Leslie Allen on speaking freely

"Welcome to the TENNIS DOT COM podcast. I'm one of your host. Nina Pantic joined as always by Irena Falconi. Hey, guys, how's it? Goin' our special guest. Today is the one and only Leslie Allen. Leslie Welcome. Hi. I'm so excited to be here with you. Guys for those who don't know Leslie wasn't amazing. Tennis player career high numbers seventeen as well as doubles number ten and we're going to talk to her about her career, but also what? She's been up to since stopping link. That's a lot to get into. Let's begin with. How has your quarantine shutdown period band during the coronavirus pandemic? What have you been up to? Well. It's a good thing that I like myself. Because I spent a lot of time alone I'll like everybody else and I'm in new. Jersey so very close to the epicenter of New York. Things were just out of control a few months ago or a few weeks ago. so one of the things that I decided that I would do once. I heard that it could be helpful was too so fabric masks so I just went to. My sewing area, dug out all the savage that I had because I. Work in real estate as well usually for my client I will so the Mahan. ME, apron and I just had. Had all that fabric and turned it into masks donated it to the hospitals they they accepted it. They sent us. I did it with another tennis player Pope Amuse and so we would get them picked up, and then they would send us pictures of them in the hospital with the signs with masks with signs that would say, stay home or stay say or be well, so it was a little bit. It was a lot rewarding. So. What else have you been focusing on during this pandemic? Tell us a little bit more. One of the things that I did I spent the last few years working was some tennis athletes that were on NJ -til, excellence a team and they were now heading off to college, and I wasn't quite sure that they knew all the things they would be facing as a student athlete so I, did a virtual training with them, and they were from all across the country. It was about a dozen of them may have different challenges and things to to figure out or interview. current athletes. What's it like so? It was really eye opening for them rewarding for me because my friends. They call me the professor because there's two things that I did. I either get up in the morning and I profess I'm GonNa do this I'm GonNa. Do this do that do that and usually I'm spinning like a top and do any of it so so they can hear me and my cadence, oh. You're professing now. They just say we don't even listen to you. We know we know you're not GonNa do, but maybe one thing on the list, but the other thing that I do. The professors is I. Love to teach in. You experience some of that I. Just I just love so it was rewarding to work with the athletes and some of my individual clients virtually to do win for life trading. So, how do you guys Know Each Other? You mentioned? You know arena from from working together. What have you guys been up to together I guess in the past couple of years. Will I will the first time. Obviously followed her career in since she was from New York and live not far from where I lived in New York. We were both in Washington Heights arena. Would you say you were Washington Heights to? I typically say Washington Heights but I'm more in. Would in lactose seven I street? Yeah, that's why I ask because I know there's a difference. But anyway we were, we were New Yorkers kindred. Areas and so I was coming down to do someone's life training with the boys and the women were young men, and the women just help them be ready for what they might face on the tour in terms of media training. How do you do interview techniques? How do you pivot and not answer difficult question? How do you get your point across and we bonded right away. Away, because we both loved HGTV and we still do so so that was I don't know two thousand fifteen in Ben, I, guess the last time I saw her was in November during winds life training at the Sloan Stevens Invitational Camp and Rada was there is one of the guests, coaches and speaker, so we just and we just kept up. Overtime was the magic of text. The company's the Wgn Usda than hire you and win for life. Colin teach people and train them. They need to. I have done some. You know I'm always involved with Billie Jean and the power hour and I haven't done as much with the US, but perhaps I, will you never know? So you know it's, it's my passion, so I'm not gonNa Chase people to to take the opportunity to to get better and to have To improve your. Your ability and I think when we feel more confident about ourselves, especially as as young women. you just do better. You play around the court. You're not worried about some things because you know all I'm GonNa. As that interview I'm not worried. I know how to speak at this party I'm not worry, and that's just one less thing. You can check on your list so. Game! Oh I believe it helps you.

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Procella: YouTube's super-system for analytics data storage

Linear Digressions

05:37 min | 5 d ago

Procella: YouTube's super-system for analytics data storage

"Hickey. Pay Ben. which been up to lately? I've been spending a lotta time on Youtube actually. There are a lot of good youtube videos on different topics. Music also data science Yeah have you been spending anytime on Youtube recently? I wouldn't say up been watching more youtube than than usual or anything, but I have been reading about it a little bit and that's kind of what we'll talk about today. All right. You're listening to linear digressions. So is reading youtube a thing then? I think reading papers about Youtube. It's fair to that. That's the thing not aware of anyone who I know. People who listen to music on Youtube and people who learn how to do stuff on Youtube I'm not sure I. Know Very many people who just read on Youtube, though yeah, so, what? What is it that you were reading? Right so I was reading about a system that they have built over there called Pro Chela I believe I am pronouncing that correctly. Coach Yeah it now. It's about slightly differently P. R O. C E L L. Yeah so this is the data system that they have set up to power. Four different types of analytics use cases which I think is really interesting, because usually what you would do if you have four different types of analytics use cases, you would have different systems, and you'd be shuttling data back and forth, but instead what they've done at Youtube is they've built one unified system, and so prochell is the name of that system. I was reading sort of a white paper that describes how it works, and why they made some of the design choices did. One system to rule them all, that is the goal. The goal so Let's start with what are the different use cases that you want able, so this is all under the bucket of analytics data serving, so if you've been listening to some of our other more recent episodes, you know that there's also another high profile use for databases, which is sort of transaction handling for running applications. We're not talking about dot stuff by and large instead. This is just data that's being used for various analytics needs. And those four needs are number one. This is the data that powers reporting and Dash Boarding. So imagine that you are for example, a a creator or sort of like a video author or something on Youtube you have you know some reports and some dashboards and stuff like that you can do to see how many views your videos getting and that sort of thing. Right so I guess that data has to come from somewhere and and. Normally, you would build a system just to handle that data. Right? Yeah, so in that case, let's talk about each of these. What are the needs of each of these systems as we go through them so for reporting and Dash Boarding? Because we are doing that on roughly the scale of you know maybe the number of. Creators or the number of videos, others are very high volume of data that and of queries that you have to be able to serve because there's potentially out that the entire user base of Youtube. Might be interacting with that data. these people have probably expectation that the data's pretty fresh, so if someone watched a video of mine ten minutes ago, I want to see that reflected in my report were my dashboard so being able to see things, I don't know maybe not necessarily in real time, but pretty fast after they happen. Yeah, yeah, I mean like you launch a video. You want to get a pulse on how well it's doing! Let's say if you get ten million views roughly on a video and you launch video. You'RE GONNA get a lot of us really quickly and your dashboard and save zero view is for five hours. Right right, so you want to be able to access fresh data, and you want to do it with a fast response time so I. Don't want to log into my dashboard. Run a query, and then it has to wait thirty seconds or a minute, or who knows multiple minutes for it to return something back to be I definitely have had that experience on some websites wherever most of the pages on the website or web APP or service or fast, and then you go to the charts fewer, the analytics view, and you know you see a lot of spinners. Is these things happen in the background? Yeah, yeah, so that's not. That's not good user experience yeah. So the second use case is embedded statistics So this is when you're actually in the application There's you know those little ticker. The how many times of it has been viewed how many thumbs up it's gotten. HOW MANY THUMBS DOWN! So the ticks that are actually embedded in the user experience, you're not going to establish view, but you're. Clicking around Youtube and you see these statistics that are maybe a little bit more general or or rougher. In the actual user interface. Yeah, so those are you know. I guess that's a little bit starting to flirt with something that looks more application based, but it's intellects because it's looking at potentially all of the. All of the data that's in the database to try to be able to compute those compute those numbers, so this is also a pretty large volume of queries that you have to be able to handle. They say on the order of millions of queries per second because I guess that's probably the roughly the order of. like the frequency with which videos are viewed, which is probably the what's driving most of that.

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"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

04:37 min | 6 months ago

"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

"I can get there without like. Maybe he drifted off there. So so what do you think so so we came up with the project. Cook Circle Mount Mount Circle. Mountain that I I think it sounds like a beautiful thing. I remember to crops which I I like crops. They you know similar family to Berry's so I feel a kinship with that And I like I like circles circles and spinning and I I just I feel so lucky to be able to to to really dedicate these funds to you but In honor of Timmy. Who's WHO's just been such a beautiful? So Yeah Timmy is no longer wearing a shirt. Yeah no sometimes he likes to take it off to do his work and of course you know more connected to the key right. Yes that makes sense opening opening channels channels. He's He's oiled up. It's all part of. I think you'd find that most most acupuncture masters would would also also be wearing oil so you so you're going to release the two point six two million dollars for Cook Circle Mountain. Take it just just thank you so much and Miss Steinbeck. Thank you thank you thank you. Timmy yes thank you. He's wearing a very sort sort of skimpy. I wouldn't call it a pants under underpants winter in New York now is what used to be short. Yes yes I have one one final ask just just to consider. It's a small thing but so cozy zone. It's a podcast. I and I recently started a patron for it where you give a monthly donations of five dollars a to become a cosies zone own member and that means you get early access to episodes you get access to exclusive member only content and of course all of your donations go to supporting the artists featured in the podcast and the all the production costs everything that goes into it so I was wondering Ms Steinbeck would. Would you become a cozy zone member of my patriot. That's that's so sweet but I actually don't I don't I don't deal L. in cash gifts so I know what do you mean I mean I. I'm to donate money to the arts and and end but I I generally When I like to get to give to give vim berries so maybe maybe I can sense? Send a few Barry Bushels. I think you sure yeah I I do love berries. That would be nice. You're sure you can't just do. It's like sixty dollars a year. It's just five dollars a month. It's it's it's it's really not where my heart is. It's I like to give and berries but no by Timmy. I think maybe it's time to see the the gentleman Ab- Ben Ben Joe Ben. Ben Ben Ben is fine and maybe you can see ben an out okay. Okay well Ms Steinbeck. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you for your support and thank you for being a trustee cozine awesome foundation by now by now unle cozy zone. With Ben Weber is produced and edited by me Ben Weber Danny. Townsend broke our theme music. Johanna Campbell case designed the logo. A big thank you to drew Peterson. Listen Beecher's cheese shop and John Campbell case special thanks to Cozy Zone Foundation. Trustee Ms Victoria Steinbeck even though she didn't join Patriot on but but you can visit. WWW dot patriots dot com slash Ben Weber projects follow me on instagram at Ben Weber projects and on the web at www ww dot ben Weber projects dot com. Subscribe to Cozy Zone on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you catch your pods stitcher or spotify and write a review. It is the also nice. Thank you so much for listening. May All your zones because e beautiful.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

08:58 min | 9 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"This podcast is also brought to you by native what is native native is what I smear my armpits they have over eight thousand five-star reviews on the Internet you can even today's show L. Good Morning America pop schober Nylon Hello giggles whatever the Hell Oh that is and there's a reason because it smells amazing makes me WANNA eat my armpits off they make coconut and vanilla which is my favorite scent and the most popular lavender and rose cucumber and mint and Eucalyptus and meant they give free returns free exchange is it's all ingredients found in nature like coconut oil as antimicrobial shade letter is the moisturizer Tapioca to absorb the wetness so you don't pit out and they're offering all my listeners twenty percent off your first purchase with the Promo Code End at Native Deodorant Dot com a native Yoder on dot com use Promo code been during checkout it's GonNa Save you off to the races enjoy native Euro Dot Com Promo Code Ben so okay so family time and will point now are you Eating I typically this is around nine thirty or ten so I my entire team so I own a supplements company Kion and then I also aww consulting I do a lot of coaching through Ben Greenfield fitness I record podcasts I write a spend typically about ten hours each week just visiting with my private coaching clients are people who have hired meter of either blood they're they're biomarkers etc but my team knows that nothing gets scheduled before about nine thirty ten right so so I have that morning available and then typically starting in about ten is when I'm like a horse with blinders no push notification Asians no emails no text messages it's just like four to five hours of deep work to one thirty or two in the afternoon but it's at about nine thirty got him on visit with my family tune around the kitchen I'm usually just making a smoothie like just a like a super food smoothie okay I and and that four to five hours of work that could be anything from business is related to research to it it's it's whatever happens to be on the task for that for that day but for me it is constant phone calls with clients who have hired me to me there's their health or their sleep or any other element of of their performance it is writing meaning writing articles for bengals finished dot com editing article. Roles working on articles for magazines or working on book chapters or it is recording a podcast either being interviewed or interviewing someone from my own show so you know I'm a big believer in kind of cal Newport's idea of deep work and spend those four to five hours just immersed in awe on reactive work right like the e mails those get saved for the afternoon or early evening the reactive Hey ben can shoot a quick quick video for this or two minutes of this three minutes of that now all that stuff gets saved for later on the day 'cause that's easy to do even when you're cognitively fatigue you can respond and you can react but my time is my time from about nine so your Tan up until about one thirty or two nothing distracts me that's all deep worked on and do you take any kinds of supplements or brain enhancement tools at this point so I have my cup of coffee in the morning and in many cases that will have like some for significant mushroom extract in it like some some lion's mane or some chalk or something like that that sometimes I'll take a neutral pick like quality mind or quality of Focus typically to keep my appetite satiated go through that morning of work I am chewing gum sometimes it's nicotine gum often with sparkling water Zevia And so yeah they're usually there's some kind of stimulant kinda keeping me going in that time in addition my my office is just littered with all these pieces of biohacking equipment that I use working out so I'm standing on a grounding mad Inflammation while I'm at work I have light panels these red light infrared panels that kind of shine light on me while I'm working I've a walking treadmill you know a standing treadmill desk a little Allen's board I haven't kettle bell so I'm Kinda constantly moving at the office I mean technically even if I don't get a chance to work out during the day I'm taking like fifteen thousand subsidize just talking to people and moving around and doing things in my office and one thing I didn't mention by the way was when when I say in a smoothie for breakfast my smoothies are pretty damn excrete extravagant we're talking like bone broth Collagen a coconut milk meal of Stevia Sea Salts and blended all up like an ice cream texture second year with a spoon almost like an assignable and then I'll talk with like spiraling in Kerala and cacao nibs and coconut flakes and all these past epoch looking pretty good stuff in there and really the you know most of most of everything else I eat it's very almost like I'm discovers Paleo but it's almost like a bastardized version of the car of diet like so I eat a lot of a lot of organic wild meat I hunt so I have freezer full of meat that I've hunted and I also will order good organic meats one of my favorite companies hunt I hunt whitetail deer elk Turkey access deer tag and what are you what are you kill with and avoid oh you're not even using your now though I like the challenge of of spot in stock with a bow that seems amazing actually that got to be fairly old school and that's got to require a lot of technique I would think like I practice everyday practice shooting day when I'm at home with a bow and I travel with this little handheld device allows kind of practice on traveling without my if someone wanted to get into words would you call it archer is that grab it I wanted to get into archery how how about doing that My method was to visit my local beauchamp and sue visit with them to get fit by them to have a bowl built then I began to shoot in some archery competitions and also some hunting competitions called trained to hunt I went out hunting some people who kind of mentor me and guided me through my first hunts I subscribed to Peterson's bow hunting magazine there's a few good bow hunting podcast out there like my friend John Dudley's knock-on very a good show and so you know a little bit magazine little to podcast and then just immersing myself in the local hunting community amazing man that seems like such a also organ meats liver Heart Kidney a lot of good grass fed wild me while caught salmon and and you know Elk Bison Buffalo Etcetera and then just lots of like small berries tubers like Sweet Potato Pumpkin Yam and Cetera coffee in the morning little bit of wine in the evening and a little bit of raw honey another carbohydrate source and so you know my diet is is very very simplest from a very complex morning smoothie okay so after you've done all this work it's late afternoon I now going to do another type of activity is you mentioned you kind of two things yeah I break and have lunch right and and lunch is typically something like I've just described like a little sweet potato was leftover steak from the night before I'm a big customer of wild planet Sardine so I order other herring and mackerel sardines and anchovies so a lot of small cold water fish a lot of Omega threes lot of times I'll have those for lunch with a little bit of like a like a Pumpkin Mash or something like that or squash and stimulate your vagus nerve a Puna sleep mask and technically the new calm has like a twenty minute power nap function and so most days all I have is else all US there's another really good APP called Brain FM and I'll put on Brain FM for awhile and just Kinda fall asleep to that and are you actually setting this thing to twenty minutes or.

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

10:24 min | 10 months ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Remember that time when we broke away from you and then created the great country in the history of the world and you're not a part of it remember that I am actually I am actually anglophile. I'm very grateful for the heritage of Anglo American law and very grateful for Magna Carta. I have a lot of fondness for Great Britain. I I love British history. I will say that a constitution that that is focused in on checks and balances and has the idea of guaranteed rights lying at center is is is a very very good idea and has preserved a lot more liberty particularly in the area of the First Amendment in the Second Amendment then has Great Britain like I have a lot of respect of the parliamentary system but it just is not preserved moved central liberties the same way that the United States has and people should go watch your Sunday special with Daniel Hannan. Also you see me talk to another brick Piers Morgan those good times that was really that was fun. I there's a guy like I actually listened to it on spotify. Yeah you can listen on spotify which I love because I can do the cars mazing and then I went back and watched it because I wanted you see the body language. I like. I mean the weird thing. I mean you know this because we're friends yeah. The weird thing is I actually kind of Nice to people in kind of like them but I just destroyed my brand. Only that setting is turned on though like it has to be turned on the issue bobby and hanging out with any well listen. I've been hanging out with my family and anyone else yeah. There's no chance I'm GONNA hang out with anyone else like I'm best friends with the with my business partner this business we have never in ten years been out to dinner by ourselves elves when we were not on a business trip and spouses were not apple like it's never happened ever like I don't get invited to dinners all the time not interested in I mean you and I have been friends and for a very very long time. When have we ever seen each other outside of work absence our spouses? Oh never it's never happened ever so yeah. It's not a thing even functions and you don't come to cross house barbecues. No that's right I mean it's like baby showers and birthday party yeah exactly and if and if it is something where become it's always like years exactly aright. Hello Ben Big Fan. What if anything can we do to bring Adam Schiff to just as we round up a posse and then we go down to CNN headquarters we find a pup tent can't Adam Schiff is in there because it's all day long just sits in the Pompton round him? Bring Him Dejesus that this all got. I mean not your impersonation of the people were I'm from. No that's just checking. I don't know not your turn their cowboys from places that are not in Oklahoma Yeah but the best ones are vocal homa. I don't some would I'd say the best ones are from Dallas Anyway. How can we get Congress back on track women? This is the question they've done nothing but waste our money answer answer. Stop giving the money there you have it really that that is the solution. The answer is that Congress should not have so much power. They should not be able to legislate on US much. The states should be the central repositories of walking and local governments should be the central repositories of lawmaking. Yes Congress will continue to waste your money because wherever there is money to waste people will do it. I mean there has never yet been an institution with lots of money where people don't waste lots of money like that's just the way that it is because also because in government there's no profit incentive to gain of a big company and it doesn't waste lots of money because if it did it would be bankrupt the the government never goes bankrupt. The Nice thing is that if they raise lots of money they know where that came from and it is from you so they can just keep taking your money all right how okay favourite era to study in American History Story Oh man so when I was younger when I was when I was a kid it was revolutionary war history. I loved I loved it yeah super into it as folk score fans no I used to dress up as John Atoms for Halloween every single year on him and seeing all the songs from seventeen seventy six of course all of them and all the words and so revolutionary war history of big into and then when I was in middle school I was big into civil war history so and that lasted probably through I mean I still find civil war and pre-civil history absolutely riveting not just because of the inherent the drama of a country is gonNA fight itself but also because of the moral the moral ambiguity of a lot of the stance that were being being taken like Stephen Douglas stance on slavery anti-slavery but also he wants to keep the country together. The evolution of the country in that period is so is fascinating. you know the dark side side of the American experiment is absolutely worth studying so all of that is riveting when I was in college I was big into the progressive era so I steady Woodrow Wilson a lot and tr now I was into I was doing a lot of world war two era stuff but it really depends I mean I I read history and Sassoli Salei so I'm their areas of history that are sort of under covered like everything basically from the civil war to nineteen hundred is wildly under covered and there's a really I just recommend on the show. There's a great biography of grant. That's out right now by rancher now that's really fascinating and a lot of that is about the post civil war era and the radical Republicans in the attempt to reconstruct construct south and how that failed one of the great tragedies in American history. I love history fascinating stuff so it's hard for me. Choose one particular era. I can usually people ask that I ask give me an era and then I'll trying give you a book. That's good about that era and you're like an encyclopedia library. I mean I I have some I mean I I feel bad now. My wife is doing the comrie method and we're talking about this before and I'm thinking about which books to get rid of yeah. and I WANNA make a list of the books that I have at least I can refer back in my mind to where I got stuff but I have at home something like seventy five five hundred books and so I have to I have to go through all of that and figure out many books yeah and it probably read eighty percent of them. Maybe wow maybe five percents so when you walk into a bookstore you're perusing online what makes you have you ever gone to buy a book that you didn't intend by. What made you buy that book so I I used to do this a lot when I was in law school so when you now the kids once you have kids you have no time for anything the serve kids it might actually like it but mike his kids like it too but then it's also you have to put all the books back? That's true myself. Yeah my son's a wreck I mean he'll just like burn down on the store but my daughter will sit there and really enjoy but you know when I when I was in law school every spare minute basically because there's nothing to do in Cambridge in the winter I mean it's dark and cold and terrible and so every minute I just walked down to the Harvard Bookstore or some of these bookstores they had down there now just browse and the usually I'd go to a particular section and yeah I would use the blurbs on the back of the book is sort of a guide as to at least where it was gonNA stand politically nonfiction book when it came to fiction I would usually go through you know top hundred lists and see what people had to say yeah and then I checked to see if the premise was interesting yeah and so that's why if I look at top hundred lists of top hundred novels voles all read most of them but I do the same thing with movies like if I wanted to watch movie when I was back in college law school I would go to the top hundred listen. I I would just watch something on the list so literally seen every single movie on the top one hundred and that's and I mean it's not a bad way to do it. I mean at least you've you've read the stuff that's supposed to be great trade even if it doesn't end up being great or seen that sort of stuff but at the coal thing to go off of that yeah I mean now when I go to a bookstore it's more like is there an author who I like and is there a new book out by that author author so there's book I'm reading right now. Call deeper calmer ALANTHEA's and I think he's he wrote a book called Matterhorn about the Vietnam War. This book is about the logging in the in the late nineteenth century in Oregon but he's a great author and he can really right and so for him. It was like a new Book Came Out Wall Street Journal Book Review Section is the single best thing in print. It's great their view section is just fantastic and so every Shibat my parents who subscribed bring that over and I read that through I get a lot of my new book recommendations from their call all right in a recent conversation station about the Second Amendment with a friend I mentioned that it is important because it is a right protected by the Constitution to which he responded quote but the Constitution is old close quote. How would you have responded to him by laughing hysterically at his stupidity? That's that's that's the dumbest response ever. You know what is old a lot of stuff and you know it's good a lot of stuff and you know what's dumb a lot of new stuff like why is the age thing or an idea somehow representative quality. There are a lot of dumb new ideas. The idea that a man can become a woman is idiotic this new oh idea you know it's an old idea that a man cannot become a woman that happens to be far more intelligence. You know it's an old idea. The stuff in the ten commandments seems pretty intelligent to me. Yeah I mean there's there's lots of stoats watches. I mean there's antique but in terms of Principles I mean my whole book is about the idea that a smart person looks at the past and tries to call from the past what is quality and then card away. What is not a stupid person looks at the past and says all those old idiots? They didn't know anything and if I had been them I'd be saying exactly same thing I'm saying today and it's a really stupid. Irritating juvenile way of reading history is why you see people like George Washington slaves. I'm a better person than George Washington like nope. You're not. I'm sorry to tell you this probably not smarter probably not better and you didn't live then so you don't know and this idea that you would have you'd have been there new. You would've said to George Washington. You know what's wrong with you. You're not for gay rights. If you're living like seventeen eighty sure I'm sure that's what you would have said. Also in your fantasy world you get green energy from Unicorn and so what what what are you what are you talking about people exist in the context in which they live and there's something also deeply sell flattering about that and deeply insulting wanting to people who live in parts of the world that disagree with your values by the way you know you have all of these people who are like Oh yeah all cultures are equal and all ideas are equal the same people will then suggest that their ideas are so so eminently correct in so eminently obvious that could born been born at any time in any place and they would have held those values regardless said well. Guess what you know. The number of people who hold your values across the span span of human history is like seven really the the people who are living right now some of them hold your values not the vast majority of humanity. The vast majority of humanity does not hold your values and so maybe you should think think about how did your values rise. Where did they come from? What are the roots of those values? Even the values that you think are different than new very often they have roots and values that are older so the roots of same sex marriage for example that the argument libertarian argument is not hurting anybody and so it's nobody else's business what I do well that is a that is a value that is founded a belief in individual rights and individual worth and value and that in turn is found in a belief that you are an individual human being with unique value and that's actually a biblical value so you can take Biblical valley wide variety of directions and that doesn't mean that the current interpretation of the biblical value is is necessarily correct but if you.

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"ben" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Ben by comparison cleaning the closet seems more easy. And although before you didn't necessarily wanna clean the closet in contrast taxes. It seems like a good thing to do. But really in that situation as you're saying, it is a distraction, and so one of the ways that you can handle that is to realize that with the taxes. It's never going to be something that you like and saying what's at stake. If I don't get this done. What happens if I don't get my taxes done? And then it's like, okay that will be more paperwork, and what are the benefits of getting the taxes done will the best benefit of getting taxes done. Is you just have to stop think you get a break from it? You're done with it. You get it behind you. And so it is almost like our brain wants to choose something that's easier, and we fool ourselves that we're being productive. When actually what we are doing is avoiding taxes. And so in that situation. You can also say cleaning the closet is really just meet avoiding taxes. So let's get real doesn't just having a will thought out to do list solve a lot of this. If you know for me, I if I have a list of things, and I know I can go down the list and cross them off as I go. I'm just much more likely to do it. Well, I think that a to do list can be helpful one of the things that I recommend is that what whatever kind of to-do list that you have every day you have three high priority tasks because we can get lost in our to do lists. And we may not have a good strategy for figuring out what the priority in. What's not not a priority? I mean, like you said you on your your to do list, it could be taxes done in clean closet. Obviously, you know, that's not going to help you focus and do the most important thing. I, but it does seem that writing things down in some kind of order makes it more likely that things will get done than it all just sits in your head. And I don't know what to do next. Oh, absolutely. So one of the things I recommend is that like on a Sunday night right out pretty much everything you want to get done for the rest of the week. And then what you do is on Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday you right in. Three tasks for each day. And that way, you know, you highest priorities on Monday things that are not so timely on Friday. And so he then you put three main tasks on each day. Now that doesn't mean you're only doing three tasks that means those are the things at once you not those out, you know, you've you've you're on track you're on target. So absolutely used to do this. But you don't wanna have a fifteen item to do list sitting in front of you every morning you wake up. What do we know what a science tell us about the ability of of your brain to stay on task. And do a good job for how long before before performance starts to suffer..

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Sorry. Moving on Evan Ben. Why do you have a problem with men wearing minimal clothing? I e a grout arranger panties, most amount of homosexual. So there's that. Mostly, is there another part of the answer? I in general MFN of modesty. That's always it's both the, I'm not gay, so I don't really enjoy that. And also the also the generally in favour of modesty, but most of it is the, I don't really enjoy seeing men unclothed. So I would say it's mostly up. Neither do I, which makes it real hard to work with Knowles or it'd be married. Apparently. I mean, that's. Mainly mainly should've taken a picture though of Crowder in his shorts with Knowles in his boxers that he likes to one around the office in. It's like there's one creep at every company just set this place on firemen, and we have ours on fire. AVI says, hi, if someone were to travel back in time, fifteen to twenty years, what would he have to be like to be friends with younger Ben Shapiro? I know it wasn't really a friends person. It's always been more of a family person than a friend's person. Honestly, the thing that would have been interested. I always liked to have interesting conversations with people, so you'd actually have to be interested in things. My pet peeve is people who are boring because the truth is that when people this is Dennis Prager line, it's exactly right when people say they're bored with things, it's because they're boring, right? If you're interested in things and you find the world and interesting place and you are in wanna talk about ideas, then this is always true, and this is true of my friends. Now, all of my friends. Now we enjoyed talking about ideas. We don't really wanna minute lunch and people are talking about people. I'm really not all that interested in it. All right. Some these singer eight says I was listening to pod, save America. I don't know why a couple of weeks ago they mentioned how Oklahoma, that's my home state passed a massive tax cut that crippled the state's finances. How much of this is you know, honestly, I don't know the answer to that. I'd actually have to research that I haven't paid a lot of attention to Oklahoma because I don't live there, but it's, but I'll check that out and I'll get back on that one. All right. Brad says, Ben, my dad is in kidney failure and had a heart transplant. A year ago, I spent all of my savings for bills and had to.

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"But as long as we it makes sense to me, I think the way that men and women comes religion is very different. I think the men come to religion typically through thinking about the world and thinking about the nature of God and logic in the universe, or they have a personal experience with God. I think it's more much more individually driven religion from it. I think for women for for this majority women, I know who are attracted to religion. It really is a lot less about sort of personal experience with God and a lot more about experience within a community. It's within I, it's about being ensconced in a church that believes things it's about being in scouts in a in a social fabric that brings up children in a particular way. And when women lose the community, they tend to become less religious. Generally men. Have to be individually sort of brought into the fold, and it's not as much about the feeling of community as it is about. Do I have a relationship with God on a personal level or not? That's a harder thing to do. Generally and men. All human beings tend to be arrogant when they are when they are doing well, and they tend to blame when they're doing poorly, which tends to cut against God if when things are going well, you see, I don't need God. I'm doing all this myself. Then you're not going to be religious. And if when things are going poorly, you say, this is all God's fault. You're less likely to be religious as well. So individual religion is a lot harder to keep them communal religion. And that's why in Judaism, there's always been a feeling that women were what kept the Jewish people go. I mean, this goes all the way back to Egypt and the bible. When the women were maintaining the lives of Jewish infants in the face of genocidal terror from the from pharaoh, it was the women who are really doing that job. It really wasn't the man. All right. At least says, Hello. Ben slash Thanos can use the Infinity stones to control the weather. Maybe the power stone to make the sun brighter or the reality stone to create rain. Please in lightness, mad titan. Well, I mean, as you saw, I sent my fingers did not disappear. So obviously my power. Are deeply limited. There's only so much I can do. I didn't even have to snap my fingers, make Jim's gun go away, but when it comes to, but when it comes to members of the office who I don't like or political opponents, apparently I'm much less successful with with the snapping strategy that also like Jews controlled the weather. So you're supposed to have the Infinity stones and and your. At our synagogue every every evening we decide what we want the weather to be tomorrow. This is why I mean with with this hurricane bearing down the east coast, I think you can safely say that these are not regions. Well, populated by Jews. Obviously, if the Jews were there, they would been able to turn the side, the hurricanes blue by holding up their hands and it's definitely not Senator. So Sean district? No, it is not she. She controls the weather that is true. Says, who would you consider to be the greatest writers in the English language in terms of style? Is there anyone in particular that you try to emulate in your own writing? So I mean in terms of fiction, the people who usually are named here are Nabokov who's were choices, spectacular. If you repeal fire, for example, as we're choice, it's just beautiful Faulkner in terms of the stylistics in terms of in terms of plotting ideas. I do love Herman Melville. I've always been partial to Moby Dick. If you are talking about sort of humorous style than Mark Twain. I love an awful lot as far as who I try to emulate my own style. The truth is I don't late anybody in my own style at this point. And that's because you spend a lifetime writing in various different styles out tonos younger. I was purposefully trying to emulate Ann Coulter who's very popular at the time. And then over time you say, I don't really want to be in that space and you start trying to emulate Charles Krauthammer for example. And now I would say I really don't think about who to emulate..

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So things I like today last night I had the opportunity to go see peration finale with Oscar, Isaac and and Ben Kingsley. Ben Kingsley is one of the best living actors. Ben Kingsley is just from in everything and he is. Predictably excellent. In this he plays Adolf Eichmann the Nazi a mastermind of logistics during the holocaust and Oscar Isaac plays in Israeli agent who is tasked with tracking him down, not only track him down, but also getting him to sign a document that gives permission for his trial to be held in Israel and the face off between the two of them is the best part of the movie. The movie is effective. It's very effective, not only is ineffective. I was I'm always pleased when there's no sucker punch. So whenever I see a movie that set up like this, I always think okay. Here comes. The soccer puncture comes these Steven Spielberg Munich, like sucker punch where we learned that the Israelis are really the Nazis or the Israelis are really great oppressors in Munich. That's what Spielberg did. He had tear their Palestinian terrorists murdered Israeli athletes at the Olympics. And somehow Steven Spielberg drew immoral equivalence between those people and Israeli agents tracking them down, which is an amazing, amazing feat of sort of intellectual gymnastics and moral gymnastics in this particular movie. However, there are no sucker punches. Israel is perceived as good because. It is a good country filled with people who are trying to survive in the face of radical anti semitism across the world and the Nazis are bad. Also, the movie takes some serious issues with regard to the banality of evil. So Hon rent very, very famous writer with I have far left leanings on politics. She wrote an entire book called Eichmann in Jerusalem about Eichmann's trial because I wasn't fact brought back to Israel for trial. He was put inside a glass booth actually to prevent him from being assassinated. And he and he was then hanged, Hon rents didn't entire book on him in basically, she made the claim that Aikman was just ineffective the banality of evil to fray shoes, the banality people. Now I have some fondness toward the idea that human beings our program to look the other way when their in group is threatened. When you're in group is threatened that you tend to go along with evil. But for you to be an architect of evil, I think, requires a little bit more. It seems that later research has sort of shown hunt, rents banality of evil point as applied to Adolf Eichmann to be kind of ridiculous. That wasn't fact rabid anti Semite who hated Jews and. And was willing to use any methods disposal to kill them in large numbers. But the movie really does cope with with some of those issues. Here is a little bit of the preview for operation. Finale. You have no interest in what I say. Unless it confers, if you think you will really know. Chope was simple. The country. I thought from being destroyed. She'll chop into front. So the movie is quite good. Again, it's it's, I think it doesn't sucker punch anybody. It does demonstrate the one thing that is shocked means the viewer Lynch of anti-semitism under the Perron regime in Argentina. They have a, you have a bunch of people on the left who somehow still have fondness for the parents in Argentina, which is kind of shocking. But the Peron regime wasn't eating evil regime and they shielded a crapload of Nazis who are attempting to escape dressed as after World War Two. Go check it out operation. Finale theaters right now..

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And you know what's even funnier 's I have one out in my garage somewhere in a box, and I thought it was just some dumb little water filtration, you know, like, you know, you get those pictures and those well actually talk about that. I and what about these pitcher filters for the fridge? Yeah, I think you know, it's funny that you bring this up Ben, which is, you know, if you have a Water Filter and air purifier sitting in a box in a garage, it's going to be about as effective. To you for you as most people's fitness equipment, whether it's a treadmill or an app, flex and apps lied labral alert that sitting in your garage. I used to tell people, you know, you know, they would ask me how effective are these exercise devices? And I'd say, well, there only is effective as hell. Vigilantly incorrectly, you use them. So if you if you've got a system and you're not using it, it's not going to do you much good, I guess. So. I mean, I, I'm in a weird situation in which I have well water, right that then passes through bacterial iron filter, manganese filter. And then also my my dad is frankly, he's one of the world's leading experts on structured water filtration systems, and he hooked me up with kind of like this Cadillac of structured water filtration systems that that's also in my home. And so by the time it gets to my shower head and my sink. I think I'm pretty good. But at the same time, if I were ever. Avenue apartment or condo, or rental or a home. It didn't have a system like that. You know this, this countertop aqua true thing you now that I know that it's not just a gimmicky SE on TV device. It's actually pretty cool, but but I interrupted us. You're talking about the water filters. The pitchers for the for the refrigerator. Pitcher filters have a have a place in in the world of commerce on their designed.

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"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

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"ben" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"In this episode of the ben green finish oh how to maximize stem cell health why branched chain amino acids don't work does intermittent fasting lower hormones how to get a better score on a v o two max test and much more he's an expert in human performance nutricia voted america's top personal trainer and one of the globes most influential people in health and fitness his show provides you with everything you need to optimize physical and mental reform since he is ben greenfield power dougherty balance whatever it is the natural all the studies done he's shown the greatest out the cassisi all the information you need in one books right here right now on the ben greenfield fitness podcast bracha almost cancelled our podcast recording today canceled i know i got a very panicked email from you last night and i was on pins and needles waiting to see you made it back from where you in florida as an flora i wasn't panicked i was just sitting in chicago waiting for my flight to leave two hours after supposed to leave and realizing i was gonna have to get my ass out of bed this morning and come talk to you but i got some sleepytime on the got upgraded at first class was able to sleep on the airplane and i have a tip for everyone maybe maybe maybe i'll post this to our ben greenfield instagram channel i couldn't find my sleeping mask and who who can sleep on an airplane without a sleep mask all those bright christmas lights shining on and off and people call on the flight attendants and watching television and and of course the bright glare of the drink cart as they pass by in the light flashes off the lutes so distract.

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"ben" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Bruton's human performance a nutricia that resulted america's top personal trainer i'm one of the globes most influential people health and fitness is show provides you with everything you need to optimize physical and mental performance he is ben greenfield power doherty balance whatever it is reviewed the natural loop yet alternate with wasn't all the studies done studies that have shown the greatest efficacy all the information you made in one voice right here right now call the been greenfield fitness podcast hey folks it's ben greenfield and i am holding in my hand right now this book called beyond human i think i found this when i was i was lurking around on the vice website reading a bunch of articles on longevity an anti aging as i'm prone to do when i'm either a border be curious and i i found the an anecdote about this book and i picked it up in it's actually it's it's very intriguing feared you're the longevity or anti aging and also how that ties into a lot of the radical medical technologies that are emerging today this book is a must read for you this podcast is probably a must listen for you because i was able to uh to wrangle the author to come on the show author of this a book eve herald the book is called beyond human how cutting edge science is extending our lives and it goes into micro electronics engineering nanotechnology cellular and gene therapies robotics artificial intelligence i it's it's very intriguing and extremely thought provoking so easy first of all nice job on this book and second sir thanks for coming on the show are thanks for having me ben yeah and and i'm just curious before we dive into this book and also how you got interested in this whole uh anti aging phenomenom in the first place are you are you one of those folks who falls into the category of someone who plans on living to the ripe old age of a hundred and sixty or 100 eighty or or two hundred or you are those people well it all depends on how well my brain gay in our because if if long if my brain is.

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"ben" Discussed on SC Featured

SC Featured

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ben" Discussed on SC Featured

"He surprises me all the time still to come on the sc featured podcast will have more of our interviews with ben gora and his mother belinda about their journey and how they faced autism together but first a special thank you to all of you guys listening out there if you like what you here don't forget to subscribe to the esi feature podcast on apple podcast and addis to your favorites in the espn app since observers inc said you know maybe euro autistic now the label is just not something that attention to him is there anything that you want the world to know about you uh no one stop you for doing what you love mm i'm john ladda in you're listening to the sc featured podcast we've been talking about ben gora in his connections to hall of fame quarterback dan marino here's more of monday night count on reporter michelle buys nur bucks interview with dan and his mother belinda back in fort lauderdale at the marino campus okay so let's start first with what you do and what you're connection to the nfl if my name is belinda lerner and i am the executive director for the nfl player care foundation and i'm also the vice president for um former player benefits i came to know the dolphins back in the day when i was litigating and representing clubs in grievances um and so dolphins have you one of the teams that i would go to and tried to represent in these injury grievances when benda diagnose light sort of became the point person at the nfl for autism so when he was first diagnosed um it was in a clear autism on diagnosis there was sold was he when he was first diagnosed in his two.

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"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

11:59 min | 3 years ago

"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

"So your mom's graduated from Applied Applied Theatre Grad School. They got their M. as they moved to La and they got engaged to be married. And so- Julia came to visit me and in Nicolette lead and October two thousand fourteen and at breakfast during the final morning of her trip. Julia asked me if I would consider being the known sperm donor. If and when she ian sage wanted to start a family. Oh my wow oof lots lots of things flooded into my mind. In that moment I was so flattered. This is I mean truly profound come on. Hey you're very handsome and sweet. Can I have your number so I can call you and use your genetic material to create a loving family. I think you're so fundamentally great that we WANNA make a being thing that resembles you that's amazing that is so sweet so uplifting and validating I was so I'm touched but I was also so frightened. Would I be responsible for this child forever. What I want to take responsibility ability for this child? How would I deal with my inevitable complicated overwhelming feelings? And what did it mean for my own family plans. How would my sweetie Nicolette? Colette feel about it. How would she be affected? What would my parents think? Would I be able to handle the way that my life would profoundly shift. So he said I think about it. Ten months past sage and Julia got married. August Twenty Ninth Twenty fifteen eighteen Nicolette and I were invited to be the bud honey at their wedding These are the folks who are responsible for rejoicing the bride and bride according according to ancient Jewish tradition we were the goofy master and mistress of ceremonies during the wedding meal inviting family and friends to come forward and entertain tain the bride's. It was a most beautiful wedding and we danced our butts off And I think it was at the wedding really wants bearing witness to the love of sage Julia amongst their community. Their family both blood and chosen that. I decided without a doubt that I was. Who's going to give your mom's my sperm cut to boxing day December Twenty Fifteen Nicolette and I drive to alight from mm Sandiego? We're where we are visiting family and friends say Julia Nicolette and I have a big lunch and talk about sperm donation. Logistics and feelings. The moms have been doing a lot of research on the legal implications of creating queer family as well as the necessary choreography of an at home insemination nation. I learn a lot and I talk about my feelings and and talk about maybe the kind of communication I would be hoping for and just sort of get everyone. Ready for the deluge of feelings. That are definitely going to come after lunch. I meet up with my friend Max. You can hear him in. Episode Nineteen of course zone with Ben Weber and who at the time is living at Sydney Australia but is in town visiting his family. Nicholas ex is in town so so she meets up with him. Max and I hike around the griffiths observatory and really bro out. We've big big talks about family and love and Star Wars. The Force Awakens we land at the Dresden Room and have a spirited conversation has always about politics in the evening. We all meet up with our friend Rami. WHO's an episode? Twenty seven of cozy with Ben Weber at a Los feeless Mexican restaurant. I am brimming with joy being altogether together with this incredible chosen family over the next few months. Your Mom's and I put together a loving kindness contract a document that states aren't tensions. Both state sanctioned. Sage and Julia will be your legal parents. I will not and emotional. Your Mom's think I'm great. I think your mom's great. Here's a little excerpt from our our contract. Sage and Julia who are married have asked Ben Weber to be a known donor owner as they attempt to start a family. The couple met Ben in Graduate School in Twenty Ten and the three have been good friends ever since sage and Julius and Ben a kind heart a creative thinker and a fierce ally in his relationship with his partner Nicolette. Ben has demonstrated an ability to communicate with respect expect and generosity and to work through challenging emotions with loving kindness Benz humor integrity and artistic spirit. Or just some of the reasons that at sage and Julia care for him and have asked him to be part of this process. Ben has agreed to assist sage and Julia because he deeply loves and respects them as individuals. And they're loving partnership both sage and Julia possessed the ideal qualities of loving nurturing and overall oh exemplary parents. Sage is deeply attuned to the physical emotional and spiritual wellbeing of everyone in her path she. She is grounded graceful generous and strong bringing light and love to anywhere she is present. Julia possesses does an exquisite mind and formidable courage. She encounters life's challenges with wisdom and grace and bundles up her loved ones with her. Bright Heart in their partnership. Ben has observed the ways in which they cultivate the best in each other they build bond based on love and support fueled by beauty laughter community and hope for a better world. There's no doubt in Ben's mind that sage Julia would make exceptional parents. He will proudly take part of the process to bring life into the world under their parental care in preparation. I got a thorough doctor's doctor's examination STI tests and worked on keeping my body free of intoxicants. All right. We're we're at may twenty sixteen A week before I'm to fly away. I see Mike Elbows one man show sperm hood at Dixon Place. Mike is a Brooklyn based writer and performer. WHO shares his story of being a sperm donor to his dear lesbian friends? A few things struck me about the performance. Mike takes us into his deep emotional world throughout the whole process unleashing insights about doubts and insecurities about love and romance and relationships in his own life life next. His process took a very long time. He would go to the fertility clinic month after month for years without success only until the team took a relaxing trip. Upstate without the clinical setting up a clinic did the pregnancy happen was was so moved by seeing this story dramatized before my eyes and left feeling glycine and relieved but also bracing myself for a very a long process filled with complicated emotions. Okay May Twentieth Twenty Sixteen Insemination Emma Nation weekend comes right before I get in my cab and head to the airport. nicolette sweetly poses for some pictures to inspire the whole process us. They are awesome beloved artifact from your origin story. MIRA as I'm sitting on the plane I realize I'm not exactly sure how the insemination is going to go as you will learn someday not too soon there are nearly infinite ways to get sperm into position to meet eat an egg. Would your mom's be looking for a direct deposit as depicted in the spike Lee film. She hates me. Probably not but anything is possible. Where would would I be? Where would they be? I been abstaining from making any deposits for the last seventy two hours so my generally busy mind is is a touch more graphic than usual as soon as I arrived in. La Your Mom's gave me my very clear briefing my battle station. The bathroom might target that Cute Little Mason Jar. Lovingly sterilize in boiling water on the stove might equipment My macbook air and a generous helping of coconut oil just to keep everything smooth breath. After I had hit the target I was to knock on the bedroom door where it would be intercepted by Julia. Who would then deliver the payload to sage age using a feeding syringe at this point or at rather at that point? I was to leave the premises as quickly as possible. So that your mom's could engage in some special grownup magic. Once semination had occurred. I would then make my way back to your mom's house and story a very clear procedure excellent boundaries boundaries. I was ready to dance so we eat a delicious meal at home. We watch bring it on which is weird. cheerleading movie and Go to bed the next day we go to the neighborhood credit union to get our loving kindness contract and our California statutory forms for assisted. Reproduction notarized notarized we sit down with kind notary public who nearly turns US away because we're not all credit union members. And what exactly are you looking to get notarized today we we give her our best blushing cute queer family maker faces and slide the forms in front of her and give her some insistent eyebrows. I see let me see what I can do. She says our hero notary notarize documents. Hurry we stopped at a CVS to pick up our little feeding syringe enj- that would be our key insemination tool we cool our heels at Barnes. Dale are park. A beautiful greenspace on a los villas hilltop framed by airy classical structures. I does a little reckon with the chatter in my mind. The little and sit quietly Komo your mom's do some reading then it's go time. We get back to the house. Light some candles and put on some vinyl stevie wonder's his original music query him insemination session. Number one goes swimmingly. I make my deposit handed off to Julia. I screwed out of the House. I head to the Los Villas Branch library and do some podcast. Editing episode forty-seven Spencer Lot in. What feels like no time at all the MOMS James Comey back? We go to the getty to see Robert Mapplethorpe the perfect medium the flowers and the nudes and the extreme in bondage. It was the perfect pairing to our day. We drive to Venice to have tacos Margaritas. The next day Sunday I get the the day off. Hang out with my friend. Rami we get a delicious delicious lunch at Mess Hall and go on a gorgeous hike Monday morning as time. I'm for another insemination session. I hit my target. Make the hand off and scurry out of the House. This time I had to a cute little cafe called alcove again. I've brought on my podcasting stuff with me because I I'm finding that staying busy with creative work soothes me. Alcove doesn't have WIFI. So of course. I I feel a bit trapped so I venture to another to hip cafe brew Coffee Bar in and try to think about something other than the possibility of my little swimmers. Creating another human being that will have a life and consciousness and emotions will feel pain and joy.

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"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

11:53 min | 3 years ago

"ben" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber

"Am Pacific Time. A baby was born to my sweet darling friends sage and Julia Julia. She entered the world at nine pounds and was twenty one inches long. She has ten fingers and ten toes and a radiant radiant beautiful chubby face. Oh my her name is Mira Eleanor. I'm MIRA welcome. Come Baby Zone IRS. I'm sharing the birth of this baby with you because it is in fact the most important moment of my life thus far I gave my sperm to sage and Julia so that this baby could exist I am the biological dialogical father of Mira. Eleanor but I am not her parent MIRA to extraordinary moms. Who got very helpful? Assist from me me but as you can imagine i. I'm sitting here in my my cozy Brooklyn bedroom having a huge assortment of feelings and so my sweet zone. I'm harnessing my public processing platform of the cozy EST podcast on the planet to share with view. What is going on in my heart? Mind in terms of this baby. I wrote a little letter to MIRA that I will share with you today. Even if you're not a six day L. A. based baby you'll probably enjoy. It should be a little something in there for everyone so everyone thank you so much for listening to this very special l. very earnest very vulnerable episode of Cozy Zone with Ben Weber. Here's my letter. Dear Mira Eleanor. Hello baby welcome to this life. I'm so happy you're here. I want to introduce myself off. My name is Ben Weber. I'm a huge fan of your mom's I have a hit podcast. Cozy zone with Ben Weber. That's me It's the cozy EST podcast on the planet. A podcast probably don't know what that is but it's it's like a radio show on the Internet Okay I supposed does have to explain radio show in Internet. You know what you're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA get it. You're going to get the hang of it. I know you will. Okay so who am I. I'm a guy who really loves loves art. I love making it and talking about it I work at a theater for kids and families in New York City and place called Times Square. Which I'll introduce to you someday? But it's a big bright loud disgusting center of the world I love making people laugh at something. I have big plans to make you laugh for so many years Mera get ready. I Love Love I love Romance. I love a woman named Nicolette. She's she's on episode. One of Cho's own with Ben Weber. I live with Nicolette in Brooklyn New York. I also love a woman named Jen. I'm really really looking forward to talking with you about love when you're a little older because it's wonderful and complicated and there's a lot to say and frankly I'm I'm still wrapping my mind wind around the whole thing as why tell you this you're probably thinking Oh okay. I'm a newborn baby her ray. Wow while the whole world is exciting being in its own new and everyone excited that I'm here and they're sending me gifts and Ben Weber from cozy zone is making a special podcast episode. Because that's what always happens when there's a newborn baby. Yeah that's that's what the universe is and I totally get that point of view. I understand that I can. I can really understand what you're thinking that But it's really important for me to say that you're not just any sweet chubby gorgeous baby I gave your mom's mice sperm so you could exist okay so it actually feels quite important to explain all this to break it down. Okay so What does this mean? All living things have a genetic code called DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid and that DNA contains all of the information nation for how that living thing is put together life which as far as we know as human beings. That's what we are we are. We are human beings only exist here on our planet earth okay. So we're we're on the third planet from the Sun. The Sun is a star. Are we exist in the cosmos which is is beyond our ability really to to comprehend. We're just sort of learning about it So life you know we. Life is very rare and precious And so on our planet over over hundreds of millions of years different types of life from from super tiny single celled organisms. Which you actually were at one point To fish they are little things that swim in the ocean into dinosaurs unite. You and I are going to talk a lot about dinosaurs. Promise to monkeys. And we're we're definitely GONNA make some monkey noises. Oh Yeah can you make some monkey noises. Mira you're you're young but we'll get there. Don't worry so okay. All all of this life has developed different strategies to pass along their particular particular. DNA so that life can continue. Okay so when I say I gave your mom's my sperm. It means you have half of my DNA and half of your mom sages DNA. So technically biologically. You could say that I am your father but but I mentioned that we are human beings and human beings have a special quality That we call consciousness okay so consciousness is the ability to know with our our brains that we are alive and that we we have thoughts and we are aware of our position as thinking feeling beings in the world and that is very unique to life on earth. Okay so as far as we know we are the only creatures with consciousness and that and as humans woman's we also have something called language so you're experiencing spoken language right now you're already forming the connections and your brain you'll need to produce a language which of your own and there's also written language and you're GonNa Learn all about the alphabet and you'll be able to read some day and it's going to be great and so you're GonNa have a lot of language okay. So because of consciousness and the complexity of emotions and social networks and the imperfect way that we convey a meaning through language. Saying that. I'm your father isn't quite right. That's not exactly who I am to you. I I am something to you. I WanNa be something to you. It's very important that I am something. Maybe not your father okay So really really. I'm right now. I'm grappling with this question. Who Am I to you? Okay let me let you in on my who am I to you journey here. Okay okay So at the beginning of this whole process I was calling myself. Boasts spunk. Olha which is funny a little noddy. Sperm what. I gave your mom's Tom Uncle family role. That might play in your life. Okay spunk is also another word. For sperm traditionally an uncle and aunt the sibling of your parents parents also inspired by what author activist S Bear Bergman calls. His donor family members sparkle and the offspring of a sparkles sparkling. But you know now that you're here I I'm not really feeling sparkle. It's not not really a laughing matter and into it's just wasn't working. I read an article A therapist gave me about donor families of this kind kind and That gave me the phrase donor. Dad which I really liked the The young one couldn't really say donor dads so so They would say doughnut. Oh Not Dad which is very cute But again as I mentioned before Dan is is a little heavy and fraught. And I'm not your dad even though I'm really in the market to be a truly benevolent presence in your life. So I've been talking with your moms and doing a lot of thinking myself and I I'd like to try something out with you now. This doesn't have to be forever but as of now I would like to be your donor. Dude what do you think for me. Donor dude it makes me smile. It makes me think about the movie. the big Lebowski. That will watch some day when you're a little older it's sweet wheat to think of myself as someone's dude like Mira Dude. I'm your donor dude. What do you think we'll try it out so for now? I'm I'm your donor. Dude Mira I gotta tell you though your origin story it is. It is epic get cozy. Let me let me delay on this this epoch story of how you came to be in the world so I met your mom's in Applied Theatre Grad School in New York City. Okay and I think you're going to be one of the rare human beings on the planet who will always know what applied theatre is for those of you. Who Don't it is an umbrella? The term referring to a performing arts practices that are used for things other than entertainment including education. Social Justice this and community building But for you Mira it's going to be part of of the basic colors and numbers. I animal sounds and Circle Games and tableau and Augusta baugh shapes and food. An the antidepressant pedagogy a good life mirror so I I became close to your mom Julia. She is very wise and funny Eh and fierce. She's from Chicago. I'm from Milwaukee. We know some of the same people. So we have this sort of mid Western connection. You know now And and she really has like this profound spirit of a community organizer whenever I spent time with her. She's she's doing something she's on the move you you know. She's doing something in the name of justice like mapping out a march ruder. Editing protests. Copy your folding leaflets. She's she reminds me of like a young ruth. Bader Peter Ginsberg with curly hair she's She's incredible and your mom. Julia fell in love with your mom sage. Who was a dear colleague colleague that I admired deeply but from a bit more of a distance? Get your mom. Sage is like ferry royalty. You know she's like Sticky Stackhouse Sir. I played by Anna. Pack win from televisions. True blood. We're also going to watch that. I hope I got to ask permission from your MOM's if we can watch true blood it's a little violent a little sexy it's about vampires you don't need to know about vampires quite yet but okay so sage. Though she possesses these profound powers of healing hand empathy and gentle leadership that seemed to flow directly from the spirit world. Sage when you around her. It's like she is glowing or maybe like she is kindling the light from inside you. She's she's a magical person.

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