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"bojana" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Please look at this and update the spreadsheet updates, our Google doc that they've been nursing what it's done. So that's the current system. This is like best in class workload we have today like you know I, big company companies this is realistic and so a little bit different. Instead you have commentators just on your. Site the same way that you have comments and I think my comments in a Google doc and what you can do is you you can just click on elements in the dawn record a small video that we turn automatically into I get you can leave some tax the show like here's with broken uploads and files attack LOOM CIGNA lengthly show how it should be, and then your feedback is attacked there to be element in the pace and even you can send it. To your ascended to Trello and the to get out wherever your feedback needs to be sent all your internal processes, and then whatever Jira you create from Dan or someone who goes to the gym link we've created an automatic annotated screen shopper you without you having to take one we've all system information like what version of chrome are you what operating system are you and how big is the screen, and then also your your comment attached to the exact place in the product. That's Dan works talk more about where you expect to go in the future in terms of what what's on the roadmap would have learned from from users in your Beta and how you see it how? Did it. Evolve over time. Yeah, we want to build Photoshop for the web love building. We define I used to build sidewalks together like after I left clemency USB, we would still build stuff together like a year ago exactly we in the more friend all took a trip to feel like the in a cabin in the mountains doing a weekend together. We just love building we think. That's one of the most fun things people get your at work, which is one of the first generation of people who gets how fun we're kind of in this way of building software of their little cost and disturbing it it just it's just incredible and so we want to build on that allows more and more and more people to be really part of this so. Nydia today spend way too much time checking out branches called like coffee fixes or style fixes and then kind of making me small changes. All that takes so long and so like. So demoralizing, because lot of work for a very little impact and everyone else is sitting around kind of biting their nails hoping their team gets through the marketing team is graded on what? Poppy changes the engineer chooses to implement from their people and the designer get graded on how the engineer designs if they made a big Ma but actually have no able ability to contribute them sow other than just paying over and over and over again, and this is not a fun way to work as a team. So we want to build kind of something that looks more. Like Google docs more like photoshop more like finger love to edit really be part of the product building process really cuts code pretty soon, Daniel be able to click on an element and the dawn makes changes to it like change the tax change, the color change the font size. Changes and create a request from again why is it or photoshop of the sort of? Get into this space more broadly how how do you think about sort of incumbents in and we're their opportunities are challenges are as it relates to something like this or how you see yourself adjacent Absolutely. What we hear from all of our users is actually hear the same thing over and over which is my team already uses a lot of tools and The problem is create one more tool. Even if it's already there in the product, we have explain to everyone's there's another tool and there's dustless like social cost of the claiming that there's yet another place you have to go, and so I the dusting that people need is the ability to use their existing tools but some within the product race. Oh, well, allow people to create PR's and it hub but from within their products, it looks to everyone else like they had a. They wrote some code really they're just getting damn from their products or like it'll look to everyone else he created dearest ticket with an annotated screen job and some system information and systems up through produce but really just took a few cliffs and you did it from jam and so because there's such a high heavy integration integrating with all these tax manager, all these teams already used it really has to be a dedicated company. It's a big effort talk more about these these workflows for designers and beyond the germs what would they do now with what they currently look like and how they could potentially be different or or what's our? Know we hear from every designer. This is just amazing. Every designer tells us the same thing they say what they do is they open up death tools, they spend an hour. Changing making CSS changes, until the product looks. Like it looks exactly like how they want it among the end. There's no save button. So they just take a screen shot and then they send it to the engineer and they make it look like this and the engineer the screen shot an engineer has no idea what the designer did because he has us changing aren't like self evident they're not obvious and also the engineered have the. Doesn't have the eye of the designer. So they spend another hour and I'm trying to reverse engineer what is different about the streets on what designer exactly do, and then when they think they've got it. Then they translate it back into the code base like the changes you make in depth tool, they're not in the same place in the code basis compiled code versus the source code. And so the whole workflow is crazy only needs to do is out of save button in in your product and let people collaborate live instead of sending back and forth screen shots the I love that what are some of the critical product decisions that you N. at had to evacuate makers folks the road that you you've taken certain directions. what comes to mind Derek as how you built Bojana. Oh interesting. Well, when we started, we thought like sticky notes before the product. So we literally let you leave sticking on top of your products and the first people we showed it to like this is great and the second they started using it. They said this is terrible. Because what happens is if you have more than like I don't know three sticky. It covers your whole page that covers your whole product, and it's just in the way, and if you're a designer, you need a way to zoom out and see the whole page a wide, and if you've got these nose covering your paid, you just can't do that and that was one thing that was quite interesting. Then the next iteration we did whereas we thought well give the toolbar he told by that makes your teams and so two working side by side with your product, and so we created this like we squish your product to a smaller frame, and then we put them side by side with it and it makes you product look just slightly different because. No one really is looking at your product in A. Slightly, narrower rainman standard chrome everyone looks at it and they're left their phone and when we make your product look just slightly different. You can't actually review it very well like you don't see what the user sees and so that wasn't quite either and so where we settled is there is this kind of sliding toolbar that layers on top. You can move it around and you can hide it kind of tax view in Deadpool's. It was it was interesting the iterations to get there. You know the other thing that we learned is this category is hard to get right like the standard advice in startups is like don't get stuff perfect just get stuff good enough. Our Competition is three talk over slack and so if we jam is slower than taking a paint shot and pushing it over slack, then people are going to go back to that even though it's slow overall. Engineers another time zone in the back and forth and slack is slow and gets lost and. But what we learned like our one socket server running in her Oku seven dollars a month instance wasn't going to cut it. You cannot be just adding a few customers we should really had to focus on speed. We made down staff early, and that was not obvious at the beginning. Totally. Zoom out here. Let's say if you were back at USD, you're you're you're you're focused on investing how would you sort of look at the collaboration tools from service space for sort of macro perspective in terms of what our criteria of starts that you'd be likely to invest in or for white space or or.
"bojana" Discussed on KTRH
"Landscapers pride dot com. That's landscapers. Pride dot com. Check me out on social media to you're going to find every place in this region that sells their products. If you'll go to that Web site, Let's go next to I'm not sure if I'm going to pronounce this hobby. John John Bojana v o. That's right. John V Start calling. When Katie took over. Katie did a different phonetic for me on their Gene. Ve morning. Good warning. My fourth time calling in. I've loved the advice that I'm doing everything that you have said to implement. All right. So what's the question? Today? We have the Magnolia tree, which is less than 20. Ft from the foundation and my parents want to So let's let it go. It's her breaking my heart. They want to take the whole thing down. And you want to save it Then did we ever talk about this route? Barricading? No. Okay, let me let me give you a phone number to call because it won't cost a dime to have come out. Tell you whether it's worth route barricading around. If you want to save a magnet, How many feet from the foundation is this? It's less than 20 ft and precise 1989 be more precise. Uh, I measured my feet and I'm a size seven. And it was 21 ft. Of my seven would call RuPaul Pro Haven't coming out doing analysis for you. Okay, It sounds like it's worth saving. Please. It's been there since 1989. S o The number of 713979 99 77 713979 99 77. I don't even answer. I'm not gonna have you asked. I'm not gonna answer any more questions about until we know What Gerry has to say about this magnolia and that foundation. Thank you so much as a woman. Have a blessed Sunday. Thank you. Everything okay? Appreciate that. Ah, All right, let's and don't forget. We're still also want to believe in some. Can I get a witness questions? You all Don't be intimidated by Patrick was the best. But you got a lot of you guys can calling about different bearing witness to the schedules. Yeah, he he covered a lot of ground, though. Love that my new best friend Patrick and Katie, I get to go to Katie today. Little bit later on That was That was awesome. Thank you very much. Patrick. Appreciate that. So garden line called Yes. 713 to 1 to Katie Rich. And can I get a witness? Show me the love. I feel love. Want to be ableto. Get a call about. I feel love for guard line so we can play this. This is the Blue Man group's version of this song By Donna Summer. I love this because they get into some hard rock. Art is supposed to be discovered. Let's sneak in one more call before we have to go to the break That's going to be Charlie and Cyprus. Morning, Charlie. I already love this show. So you talked me into doing the killed Phil and sod I My question.
"bojana" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"GonNa try to. Compare myself to that experience that he has. But I would agree with everything you've told me he said he's done so far. But the no I would be careful with those would slowly work them in to see what would happen again he had me measure stuff and He was basically saying like you know, go steak chicken fish, rotate them around and egg whites and. OATMEAL I. Mean it was in two different than what you see standard body I mean what you mentioned earlier lean meats. Complex carbohydrates I think the good rule for people I think to follow is like if you're. I don't think I never think that carbohydrates are a problem I think the problem sometimes can be is carbohydrates usually accompany a lot of fat. Start Mixing carbs and fat together. It just gets to be really hard to stop yourself from eating. So. So cards and fat together aren't necessarily an evil thing either it's just that it's real. You know you take some rice and you throw some butter on it or something like that or you. You take a meal and you throw some. On it and you add fat to it just makes it that much easier to eat. Yeah and that's where we start to run in this and problem you throw some oil on some. Hash browns or something like that, and they're just ten times. Delicious. And the and the science behind that is what happens to your. Blood. Sugar your insulin levels spike when you have carbohydrates and what's your insulin do delivers nutrients to the cell. So the new transit of president has fat. You're literally driving fat right into the cell with those carbohydrates. Now, if few eating link carbs and protein, bring your insulin up a little bit Dr Protein into that so What about some of those hacks and stuff as far as net carbs and that sort of thing. That's just definitely not for somebody that's actually step on stage no no you want to keep it simple Those things are you know some of the things you talk about? Like, when you're like. Fiber. And that kind of thing and I just want to you want to keep it cleaning. You know it doesn't really work and then. There are the sweeteners that there are sweeteners you can use, and we like Stevia among those are the ones we lean towards A. Less chemicals alcohols tend to kill your stomach.
"bojana" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"I'm not going to speak for him or argue with them. But I. But the I would like to see more of the top level pros out there and I was impressed this year. We'd actually called author who I mentioned earlier. She won the Olympic three times. She did a ton of shows this year, and that is a smart thing for any pro to do. We know that pros don't make a lot of money you know there's the sponsorships dried up and we're all our own media companies with our own instagram's and to keep yourself relevant to make money to make sponsorship you got you got to be out there competing and even though she's qualified, she's one twenty two shows She doesn't need to do that, but she's out there keeping herself relevant. She's growing her following. She's growing her fan base and I'd like to see every athlete do that it's good for the sport. It's good for the federation and it's good for the athletes. Is that the girl who gets a lot of flack? Doesn't she get a lot of flack on social media? I don't follow a lot of the stuff that frequently but that's system stuff I was here. Recently, there is a group of people are team I guess who Dagan spots away from other people. All they should just try to beat her. Just don't let them beat you exact. That's not how you WANNA show is hope the best person doesn't show up. That's actually the opposite of of and she's actually smart because it is strategy and the more show she wins that means less people are going to be on the Olympia stage against her if I was her I'd go out and crush. Show I could. So they're seven of us on that frigging stage instead of thirty you know and it's a great strategy. Am I mistaken? Did she win Olympia One or? No? She's one of three times. She's one. You put. Yeah. What was her name I I? I'll Ashley. Call too. Okay. I did see some stuff about it but yeah, my thought is just like yours but like let's say she's like okay I'll let you win this one you're gonNA lose at the next stage. So what's the point like he again participation trophy to say you went to the Olympia like I want now and then, and then now you've got another person on stage with you at the Olympia you know one more competition. It's good to eliminate them if you can. Now, what was her name again start Ashley called Wasser K..
"bojana" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"End of the prep but I in generally like to cardio so usually he needs to stop me some point can like, oh, easy like you cannot do now to arts of Cardio hard have to leave and maybe impede muscle mass for you personally or get to disrupt that a little bit. Well, it's not working at the end when we need the most is going to stop working actually it's body's GonNa stop tolerate the not going to have the same effects like if he just was ramping up. To the show. But we as he mentioned, walk was things when a lot of people having season and then gaining weight and spreading that way to the show rethink opposite restarting the prep from the I'm probably the the lightest the beginning of the prep like the this arnold prep he measured my rate in January, because I don't like to see my weight. I hate it because I had the problem in the past and I see the scale I think the time pat and then stop eating. So I told you my rate. I don't need to know the number I, don't WanNa know the number. So he was looking in January January first rate and he's like, Oh, my God, you're like fifteen pounds lighter than your stage wait. Down two or three months ago that was the October. So from January to March third, put like fifteen pounds of Lean Mass I. Didn't know how that's possibly even though have explanation I just was consistent with my food that I wasn't in my off season I was just sitting when I'm hungry and probably wasn't Clark deficit so lose all fat and some muscle as well. And then we start eating on time and putting everything gone like extract schedule training and cardio and sleep and recovery, and it was fifteen pounds heavier and from January to March I wasn't at no one point like less lean or fat say fat I will just kind of leaner and leaner towards the march. So body just react I just figured out that my father acts the best on this way when I thought my prep lean and later and just growing to the show. Because other ways if I'm torturing my body to lose that fact, they gained season at the end up tired onstage and probably..
"bojana" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"No carbs and then we'll now you're flat and. May that's not working for you know you'd like to do no carbs but that's a different different. I understand and this just goes back to what Jay Cutler said on the show which is. Don't be fancy just be consistent. Yeah, and so the no carb thing or whatever it is fasting or whatever it is, you're trying to do all those things can work just be consistent with have whatever whatever it is. You're doing just have a plan with them. I think that that's it and once you establish that rhythm I mean here I haven't competed since two thousand sixteen but you know. I, an OATMEAL is morning just like I do every other day and I have two meals, a Utah Bromide six pack bag with me, and that's that's we reprogrammed ourselves and whether you're compete or not it's healthy habits that you can keep for the rest of your life and you stay in good shape and you look good on you know year round it's learning those really basic things it's. Complex carbohydrates and lean protein. You do that every three hours it's that simple. You can handle that. Then you're going to be in shape eventually you know and the other thing is just don't eat more than you burn. Unless you want to gain the need a little bit more, but do it in protein and non fat and carbs that is said like way to simply right right all all all comes out of that and Do you need to be hungry? Do you need to be hungry to be in shape but not not stage ready? No. I mean. We. Probably misconception people are living under they probably feel they need to be fucking hungry everyday starving doesn't have to be you know fish and writes every every meal. I eat a chicken thigh and rice every meal and that little bit of fat keeps me full and I'm good that way if you're going to step on stage than. The Turkey or chicken breasts. And I wouldn't even swamp. You wouldn't swap at twelve weeks out you would you would work into it because you do it all twelve weeks out where you're going to go six weeks. When you hit that plateau, you know he got slowly ramp up your cardio slowly ramp down your fats you know slowly ramp down your your your calories at the same time with her I, get her a four. To, six weeks out where she's super shredded then I start ramping up her protein. So increasing her her calories as she gets to the show, she continues to get leaner and she puts mass and typically she'll put on ten pounds of mass in prep. So while everybody's trying to get the fat off their ass, she's putting on ten pounds of lean mass because of the way the Diet is set up. Do. You have to do cardio. depends on the prep book, is that beginning or the.
"bojana" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Like well, that guy promote TACO competed last year there and Yeah I did compete the talk show but they never met him And then my co coach ask like, well, you planning to do this year again that show is good and say, Hi, know Chris I'm GonNa Jessica and into this you and I, was feeling so awkward like what I'm GonNa do a Show and that's it like I was like, no, I'm not GONNA go there. And it'd be Kinda with fighting and he just was Kinda. So pissed off like you saw socially reportedly. But I just moved from my country. My English was so bad and I just was feeling really awkward actually. So he was training and just disappear at the moment I was thinking like Oh thank God I don't have to. Hi. Some unknown guy? I. Don't Care I. Wasn't sure if I'm going to show again. Because I didn't play good I E-. R- I place. Horrible. That the and. Exiting the men he was there. So it was necessary just the stop and say, Hi and mccutchen. Talking, and later we keep in touch on facebook for months. And even. Dating Blake. Three months three, we took a picture together and you could see buyer body language that I should slip New Orleans. So it was very clear. Stay, she was all up on me. I'm finding I'm finding some holes in the story already. We know that Chris doesn't like to Cardio. Guard section was in the cardio. Room. Through to get to the posing. And then they did show again. And again place well, and it was interesting police will all other shows and I do feel nothing and the next year after that again and three years in a row I place very bad show. I was coming lake. Let's say that last year was like Chicago talk three and then la pro top four. And I'm coming to key show ready. I'm not looking any wars than previous shows. Eleven thirteen place or something like that. She third to go to the Olympia. and. You don't get any favors in my show. Okay After that, it wasn't actually option for for me anymore it shows. People with. People. I'm actually like really good that she did poorly at my show because if anybody accuses.
"bojana" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"bojana" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"bojana" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"Diaz age thyroid stimulating hormone. Maybe four maybe close to five. It may not seem like a big deal on labs because they it's pretty close to that limit of normal range. However, their level is not optimal if they're desiring pregnancy, or if they're having issues with infertility, so it's a little bit of a can't be a little bit of a tricky area, but for a Vert symptoms of Hypo hyperthyroidism and for over at clinical diagnosis, usually the TSA stimulating will be. Very obviously, abnormal. Are there? Other reasons why you might have high or low TSE that are not related to Hypo or hyperthyroidism. Zeh will in one way or another be related to hyper, hyper, just because that's the the nomenclature the name that we show is to call it. But there could be other causes. Let's say I mentioned that thyroid stimulating hormone is produced in the Twitter, Glenn, which is gland in your brain. So let's say God forbid, someone has a tumor or some other sort of infiltrative process. Something else going on there. That's impairing that ability of the paternity make stimulating hormone that could be the cries or medications medication could premarital it. And so on. So there's this really cool company that I really excited to tell you about Samantha tell me a mammy Sammy. Okay. So you know, how.
"bojana" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"You would let them know what your symptoms are. And they would do a blood test typically in conventional medical practice, the gold standard is to track. This by rate, stimulating hormone. And what happens is if you imagine that again thyroid stimulating hormone regulates production of thyroid hormones that then active in your body. What happens is when you are. Let's for the sake of argument say that your thyroid is being destroyed by this auto immune. Process. You don't have enough thyroid hormone what happens is there's a feedback loop where if your body senses that the thyroid hormones are low your thyroid stimulating hormone will go up in an effort to try and really squeeze out every last hormone that could possibly be produced by thyroid. Does that make sense? Yeah. So it's counter into it. So if you're hypothyroid fired stimulating hormone will go up because it's an adaptive mechanism that is just trying to stimulate your thyroid as much as possible to produce at hormone if on that. So these are the symptoms again of kind of feeling tired gaining way slowing down and so on if you're feeling hyper thyroid, which is you're losing weight and its unexplained and a little bit more nervous or Naji frequent bowel movements fast heart rate, maybe even arrhythmias which are irregular fast heartbeats, then what may be the case is that your hyperthyroidism have excess of hormones and then again in an adoptive effort of your body to regulate that your thyroid stimulating hormone goes down because you want as much as possible to shutdown shutdown stimulates thyroid. So that is the first line gold standard test. And for the most part that is an accurate test in terms of what is going on because most cases of hypothyroidism originate because of the autoimmune issue, and because most cases of high per thyroid ISM origin due to again, the stimulation of.
"bojana" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"We want to tell you about something that we are recently obsessed with and vibes. I mean, I have eaten this for like probably at least a fifth to two fifths of my meals. I'm not exaggerating. I believe it is bone abide provision bone broth. Yeah. Bone broth. I mean, it sounds like it's trending. But it's definitely not something new. It's been around forever. And since there were bones since there have been bones, and re apparently really really healthy for you. Yes. So bona fide makes both bone broth and soups that are ready made. And they are so incredible. Like, the butternut squash soup is. I don't even understand. What is in it? Really healthy things though. Yeah. And the bone broth, I have not as I don't drink that plane or I don't have that as part of a meal, but I have it as like a premium snack around to dinner. And I'm I'm getting that ravenous feeling I'll just have a Cup of bone. Broth heated up on the stove for like, two minutes and drink it, and it feels like okay, I just had something right in the eye protein. And it's just really good for you. And there's other reasons why it's really really good for you. It has it has collagen and amino acids in the bone broth and helps talk about li- like the gut health. It helps to seal the lining of the gut, which reduces inflammation. Which obviously you guys have heard our podcast, you know, that about and we were like really trying to work on that improves digestion, no bleeding gas improves brain function because everybody says your your second brain, and obviously your immunity.
"bojana" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"Remove gluten from the diet, many people will actually start feeling better from the point of view of their thyroid and their thyroid antibodies might go down. So those autoimmune antibodies that are attacking can actually go down. So yes, partly it can be affected by what you're eating the other important components. I ran so iron is needed and thyroid hormone, synthesis or in the creation of the hormone. So again for women, especially if you think about women they're having a monthly period. They're losing a lot of iron. You're a little bit iron deficient. That is something that could make you a little bit more prone or something that at the very least should be checked. When woman is diagnosed with autism. The other one is iodine, right? Because I just mentioned that I had I is part of the two thyroid hormones, so if you're not consuming enough item in your diet that definitely could compromise. Where does I I'd I'd come in like, what are you eat with Eitan? That's a really good question. So so the one that will give you a just a thousand percent of the daily requirement for dine is seaweed seaweed all the time. Okay. Good to see what is the highest. There is actually now what's happening in the US because I dine levels are dropping from the soil, for instance, normally you would get this from plants, and because the soil is getting more and more depleted and people are also consuming less item, rich foods and the other ones would be. Cawed white fish or eggs, for instance. But but one of the main sources now as well as iodized salt so from about one quarter.
"bojana" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"Vibrant hormone you take every day. Exactly you. Every day until there's I remember in school. It was like, hyper thyroid, something and Hypo thyroid good memory. Thank you. And Hypo is slow exactly both slow and hyper fast, because obviously Heidelberg Backley if you wanna get skinny you probably want the, hyper one, right exactly don't want any of it. Norm off to have one that'll tend to exactly weight loss. Yeah. But can't aren't there complications when it's too fast. Absolutely. So really anxious all the time. Exactly. And I have seen. I mean, we can talk a little bit about how it presents. But maybe just to kind of put it into context. So it's actually I read problems are pretty common in our population. It's estimated that over twelve percent of the population will develop some type of disease in their lifetime. And one in eight women actually may have some degree of thyroid hormone deficiency in their lifetime. It's more common in women than in men so five to eight times more common in women than men. And so that comes to about twelve million Americans that that had this comment medical condition, the American Association estimates that about sixty percent of those are diagnosed well every time we get into those numbers. It's kind of hard to say. Yard diagnosed exactly. But that's the estimate at least. And it definitely should be an usually is part of something that we screen for routinely now to get into hyper versus Hypo who absolutely right, hyper is when you're Glenn is over active and that can happen either. Because the thyroid is being overly stimulated to produce the fire at hormone. So you basically just get excess of thyroid hormone than that's then doing all those actions that I mentioned in terms of speeding up your heart rate, making a really nervous jittery frequent bowel movements and things like that weight loss and things like that. And then on the flip side, you can have hypothyroidism where everything slows down. So people will present with fatigue weight gain menstrual irregularities for women in fertility or difficulty with pregnancies as well as a constipation, sometimes even depression, or even called ntative or memory problems in severe cases. But again, I think what's interesting about the thyroid because it's involved in so many different. Processes in our body the symptoms can be really vague. And it could be a little bit of this and a little bit of that. And it is really important to you love it. Eggs. Yes. The other thing that is unfortunate with this weather, especially that we're experiencing in York right now is that people were hypothyroid tend to have a cold intolerance. So they're cold all gone. I have. I fo- Hypo. No don't say I have a question. But I is this can you develop it be can you develop like, you know, how people have Hashimoto's? Yes. Is that is that Hypo exactly? So yet, both so the most common cause of Hypo is how she motos, and that's that auto immune office, whereby.
"bojana" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"It truly should be a partnership. So I think that as a patient looking for someone whether it's based on word of mouth or reviews, which can sometimes also be tricky. Or reading perhaps content of the physician they're considering but really looking for a physician who is the theory least open to having a more thoughtful discussion about diet and lifestyle and can really perhaps point them in the right direction. Whether that's because they've studied a little bit more in that integrative or functional medicine. Areas or whether it's because they're just open, but but looking for physicians to are not going to unfortunately would have seen a lot is the case where patient would say, well, this is what I'm doing. These are the things that I'm taking and there met with resistance and complete dismissal. And I think that as physicians we need to be more open minded about if we are not certain about what something is, you know, we should go and look it up and see what the evidence is. And then give an informed feedback rather than dismissing something because we just didn't happen to part of our train always think it's funny that you fill out the forms or do drink and like you just make up some number. Like, are you a smoker always say, no, I'm like, I'm a doctor? And then I'm like why they ask me about those things like can't someone call out. My lies. Made ask you like what do you do on the weekend? What is your social life like because then you actually get to know person have like people in their live or they like lonely, right, which depression like that sort of thing. And like, maybe I have a cough because I've been smoking too. You know, what I mean like, that's right? It's never at you know. So I always thought it, but no one ever addresses it. So it's interesting. Sammy. What have you been eating for dinner? Have you made anything good? Yeah. I've actually been back in the cooking game. What's thank you got me. Back into the cooking game is this product called sun basket, which is basically one of those meal kits delivery services sort of really really amazing. So what I like about it is.
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"Jason very precious for vacations there i say this when i lecture to please chiefs around the country i say you know something someplace chiefs that are don't or non virtuous in leaders would rather have a state funeral for a police officer than answer the mail to a civil rights group that's up in arms over a contentious shooting and i think that's absolutely true and it it bothers me greatly in those cases where police officer is unreasonable in their use of force the laws pretty darn clear that the remedy is a civil penalty that's paid but you're correct i've never gone to work with his soldiers sailors airman or marine or coast or a police officer that wake up in the morning and says gosh i hope i get to kill somebody today we we those people out by psychological screening and testing prayerfully and it's overwhelmingly i prefer the company of warriors and cops over lawyers and members of the civil rights community that i've dealt with point well taken misdee and clarendon iowa on the jim bohannon show with colonel david bojana good evening misty is misty there who's our next call i i don't have to have that in front of me derek in tyler texas caller i was listening can you hear me okay now i heard what you win the and the the the young man was talking about about the mike brown situation and a one thing that there'd be make sense when he was explaining the situation is it mike brown reached into the guy's car and attempted the guy shoddy that doesn't make any sense to me no agree doesn't make any sense but it happened so no there there's a documentary about that mike brown case they just coming out you know they're talking to the witnesses ferguson in those weaknesses were strong you know this is the did they testify before the grand jury what witnesses testify before the grand jury there were eight the did they were co hearst by the powers that be the all i see they were all coerced by the powers that be i you know unless you've got some evidence to that effect i gotta tell you very frankly that.
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"Back the jim bohannon show at one eight six six five o jimbo's we're talking about the latest example of as the in double acp legal defense fund has put it where once again outraged by a video showing police offers with using excessive force on an unarmed nonviolent africanamerican waffle house customer from sherline eiffel president of the acp legal defense and educational fund well with all due respect ms eiffel let's get the facts of this particular case because in every not every case says this in fact been the fault of the police something that you might want to keep in mind before you rush to judgment and i would trust that the actual judgment in this case will be reserved for people checking the facts of the case retired air force colonel and police officer david bojana is our guest we're at one eight six six five zero jimbo and talking with sharon in crane missouri good evening jim and good evening to your guest and i would like to thank him for his service just country and choose community first of all like point out a few things my son is a police officer in texas and the southern part of texas he's also a twenty five year veteran retired from the coast guard and he has had his share of incidents like most police officers but i like to point out if you think maybe people aren't aware of every year in this country there are over three hundred thousand people who are killed by medical malpractice but i don't hear people screaming in the streets about that and yet we have approximately five hundred individuals who had been shot in a population of three hundred million people and i do not here people being outraged when the police officer shot and killed and there's been a lot of them they have been executed assassinated shot doing their duty and we pay them little or nothing for the risks that they take for their community yes there will always be bad apples i don't care and what kind of work you do weed them out get rid of them but i would say that ninety nine percent of the people that serve their communities in this country as police officers sheriff state police they go out there to do the job every day and the.