19 Burst results for "Calix"

"calix" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

07:24 min | 9 months ago

"calix" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

"Ymca bass like as a sixth grader. As a fifth grader thing. So i went to this hayward santer for resort. Let me get. I wanted the hayward community resources for independent living and there is a guy in the parking lot. He had a mask on. I knew i was at the ray place. Said they get table and only half of it had chairs in the other have didn't and i was like that's for people who have their own chairs so it's was like okay. This is kind of probably the right place. So i went. There met this dude in the parking lot and he was like deuces referral place and kind of same. We don't do anything here. We say me or other places. So i was kinda imagining that there will be a community of disabled people to interact with the hair and because i either view this woman who's on garland elected to the school board. Nia and dry. They will serve me and she's a member of the same matteo school board. She got elected. And i talked to her. She says she really got a lot of her. Consciousness raised through deigned independent living movement. And i'm trying. I'm not really sure where to go. So maybe i'll reach out to her by. This place is connects you to resources. 'cause i asked him. I was like you support here like you have. And he was like no we were referring you to in a in the f- lace import so it wasn't exactly what i wanted but you know i keep on pushing line. I'll call that guy who gave me his card. The guy in the parking line and be like here not exactly rate. you know. i'm i'm calling you. It was a referral service. What the guy said. This is a referral service. And i was like okay. We don't do anything here. They have a lot of handicapped. Parking spaces made me think handicapped people park their so. After i went to. Kf in they was kind of hard. But you know. I got a minute ad fun but it was stressful and it was too much driving. It was like two hours of deriving as it seemed like it was probably who is probably one owering forty five minutes. It was a lie. So i started looking to calix k. l. x. that The uc berkeley radio station and they only admit community members or people that aren't students or alumni uc berkeley in the summertime. So i gotta ways to wade as thing i. I started emailing around to the general manager in other people. The faculty adviser ks j. c. And just trying to figure out and some of them. They have contact. Do you have context colleagues. That's all i'm asking them. Can you hook me up with somebody all you can do from. The website is like email A blanket calix inbox. And yeah so. I know how these fleeces ryan. There ran by volunteers. So how often. It's going to look in. The inbox is like how often someone volunteers so looking the box. I started looking to calix. It's closer it's like Fifteen minutes away you know instead of an hour malaika i said i think i may have to wait until the summer and i have a meeting with with some guy. He's gonna tell me more about it so find out more for dinner. Last night i made cauliflower pasta with breadcrumbs in nami made a sally. The had brazing green senate. They i used to buy these from berkeley bowl brazing greens and they rely baby kale and baby charred and baby red charted stuff like that so it was like a little chewier then. It wasn't very saw. I don't know why bought it The day when we out these new raising greens. They came in our ceus. A box and i was like may lee think burghley bowl so i i kinda wanna go to virtually both. That's a and dream. I have and i i remember. Remember brickley bows really hard to go to. But now i have a handicapped placard. And i think you by time may right. I can just park right there. I let me knock on wood. Knock on wood. So that's eight. I may cauliflower pasta now. May brazing green salad. They was good. Things are good. I made the anti. I was on. Kf jc are maybe calix mamie independent living that guy in the parking lot. There's a lot of exercise bikes at the ymca. There's a guy who talks to everyone i showed. That's like a job. I out talk to everyone. They kind of ease my job. It's like what i'm doing right now. It's just an extremely low. Paying job pays nothing an hour. I'm going to go back to the why i didn't go today. Maybe go tomorrow. I don't know if i'll be on the radio next week. Stay tune thank you for tuning into the. What's the matter with me. Podcast you can fly past episodes on what's the matter with me dot. Org same me an email. And i will give you a charter. J. away chen at h. o..

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"calix" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

06:36 min | 10 months ago

"calix" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

"Ron but okay were you magically split now five feet. Ten point six inches. That's pretty fired up on shoes on with the shoes on all right. Hey those two shoes brother. Yeah i'm wearing heels today but he don't you they can't see them five ten looks go. I thought that was exciting. I have no idea. I mean i i never go to the doctor. They always ask. But who's your primary care physician just immune system baby. I don't know i don't have a doctor. I don't know anything. Yeah my upbringing. So i always every driver's license. Every i'm just guessing about height and weight. It's nice to know. Hey cross the five ten threshold. Which are driver's license. Say because no it's accurate. I think it says five ten one sixty blue eyes which why do they shortened blue to be l. You are we saving that much space. Throw the on their bone. Come on yeah. I mine says like six hundred. Seventy five solid pretty close to that still fired up about. I'm not bad. We're still good Drivers i've ever had a driver's license for a hot second. I thought funny to have a make a funny face on my photo. That is hilarious. Yeah i mean classic funny guy. So i did that and then amelie read it because i entered the phase of like getting jobs and internships and going into bars and half the people that see it would make some commonly like i'm going to go into a bar once. Id and he his funny guy he ended. I got i got a job somewhere like we need a copy of your i d. I like my hair mess up like sort of doing this. Take another later there. It was like funny luckily supportive. I'm sure most people like sir. Could you just simply stand there. So i went to get a change like six months later. That's probably their minds. We would play into this wreck basketball league recently. There's a guy or team who like every we don't wear actual jersey so if you don't have numbers and so chosen school kind of it's extra concerts but the referee still need a number for you for when you foul to keep track of who's failing or whatever so this has gone on. Our team was like jake. Whenever you want to be. And i'm like i don't care it doesn't truly doesn't matter. I don't even know none of this matters. He's like all right. I'll put you down for twenty-three don't put me down. Yeah three greatest so like everyone who in the bartenders like. Oh nice funny guy. Every time i fell whenever you twenty-three directs like. Oh we gotta michael jordan over here. I gave it to me. i'm not michael jordan. Told him about just pulling down for me like we've got a failure on sixty nine. Oh guy he it to me going to choose like no more like a single digit number our to try to mess to number six night grow up man. I didn't do that so no when he show this guy. Tj calling me tj. Go back later on my matthew back yet. But i'm pretty excited. I think his birthday was Get eleven days ago. That saw okay. Let's talk about the post posted on my story Posted are are classic like Roll like modern day roll-call video. You know making fun of baby names. And i got several deals from teachers. Back to school. Types of the teachers were like. Oh i got some names rare. Look at this. So we're doing crazy away. Baby namely you and i just wanna go through some of these in detail in the pot. Because he's a real list. Someone sent me this Check out some of these names. This is all very real from teachers. That follow us. Sent to me brandis. Ac qazir delilah calix sakari young drill romolo kevi honest. These are the worst. I've ever heard they get crazy too. I was a teacher. Memorize thirty two names of that. I mean it's a borderline learning a new language like teach german children fear nine months. Yup i was joking by story can can your dad to this day. If like you know some middle eastern guy walks in my name is boom kosh or you. I don't what what in your you know you. I think most people would be like okay. I'm reading this. I don't know tells pronounced. I got it again. We're good yeah. I mean you. Could you toll my father any white dad. They'll never get agree here. Why is that. I don't know. Just like i still don't feel like their own grandchild like this is. Yeah john jealous. They're like where's my grandbaby daniel. It's yawned drill grandpa yawn. I don't know the next pandemic is gonna be like generation x grandparents having no idea what their grandchildren are named. Yeah my grandfather name spellbound. Mtr his whole life. Imagine if you had to spell trixibelle maybe there's a shotton trixibelle trixibelle. here's another. Here's another classroom horrible jesulin kristen. Antica dawson teagan. 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"calix" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:02 min | 11 months ago

"calix" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Barcelona's shirt that definitely has already gone out to the shots. That kinda just reminds me of you know when you partner breaks up with you and you burning all their clothes hanging onto that last shirt because you're not quite ready to get rid of that memory because it's still a surreal to say that mexico playing for barcelona is now a memory at least for now. That's all we have left of him. You know and just walking around. i've understood. of course what mexi means from a footballing perspective to the club. But i think now. I understand a lot more of what he means to the people of barcelona and the city itself as frank was saying it's like he made barcelona more of an attraction than it really is. I mean they have less ramblers. They have another familiar and they had you know the best player in the world. What many people think were all time playing for one of the best clubs in the world. Now they don't have at least parts anymore. It feels like they've lost a parts of their identity the way that the city had embraced messy is something that i've never seen. You almost forget that. He's not from here. Actually even met a lovely couple at lunch today that we were talking about messiaen saying the for the longest time their two young sons. They have to keep explaining to them. That messy is not catalan. He's not from spain because all they wanted was his number on the back of their spain. Jerseys and now finally that there are a bit older and they understand it. Now they end up getting argentina jerseys over spain jerseys on their born and raised here so messy really was a huge part of barcelona not just the club but the city itself. They really embraced him as one of their own. And you could tell that he absolutely loved it. Here's he spent most of his life here than he did in argentina and i think now the whole city and the people are really because they really feel that. They've lost one of their own sons. You mentioned calix Fossil has lost the tape of character. You can have what quite bash player. The guy who's humble the guy who demands standard and if there was one thing that was messing with. Psg in my opinion what wasn't that they had characters in the dressing room. The problem was the leading character was a guy and neymar. Who came the did for a wanted. That's not the qena catholic so you need to be the leader of a team. So the fact that you've got messy and rommel's walking a lot dressing dressing room that's gonna change. He's going to be held. Name on. Is going to be held accountable. No question by messy along with rama. He's an unusual very good place. Psg most of goal but they have they themselves know half the game levy said he walks and have the game because he says his dondo. Theo has for us a for real madrid. Event event is able to step up to the plate for him but messy has the cost of characters here the gone after the game particularly when it gets the champions league and that's where.

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"calix" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"calix" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Speaking a lot of it is done in front of a camera as opposed to in person. What are some of the takeaways from the. Dan will start with you but comes to public presentation. Sorry ass so there's something that we like to frame in terms of you have to be aware of the content and a lot of the time. We spent a lot of time forming our content. But we don't practice enough. The delivery service standing up in front of a boardroom because the boardroom. The virtual room has become a metaphor campfire today. That's how we're sharing information. But the idea is that you want to be mindful of of how much information. The other party can digest race so for example whether you're Chongqing information is what we call it right on in this kind of gets into vo calix and that's a separate area but the idea is presenting information. Perhaps even through more than one cents. It's and this is something that rule can probably talk about a little bit further but it's kamata in terms of really focusing on on the senses right sight sound touch taste and smell. It applies right so getting people really immersed in terms whatever. The topic is because again. If you're if you're communicating with a diverse audience to something that we talk about in. The book is called the the hourglass canvas model right Where there's an inverted pyramid in an upright pyramid and the the reason for that is that you're touching on both both cultural aesthetics race or whenever you're giving a presentation to some people are used to receiving the information or the main idea at the very beginning where whereas another cultures right particularly high context cultures. The information of the main idea comes at the end. So we're trying to account for both of those right and then rule. I'm not sure if there's anything you want to add about kamata presentations not. I think one one one lens so we go back to that word..

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"calix" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"calix" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Her. Oh casbah rock. The cast wrong the casbah. He's throwing down Ups route to kiss the whole. Dt doc slayer black. Lotuses up here and so today. I went to three quick excited. Exciting day toasted hype. Train starring shed chat not let me list was to how tell donald calix mug things over here taking place today today. We have a guest. Maybe we'll see you also gives out this off asking us crazy. Shit comes out. you've got to talk about. That is sexy. Beast is as crazy. Won't be find out what we stay tuned in the world as a vassal got confronted with store. Some people say. But i say his right and rain. It should happen all the time. Also serene rainbow. Put jimmy maybe. There was traffic. Report weight has he. He's about to. But i remember when he was so smart in how out when he was in a movie called. When you're gonna hit thing. I'm i'm teasing things martin luther. Rt's onset it. what. I got up in different. No that's exactly that's exactly. Oops no one knows what.

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"calix" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"calix" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"I can think of it. We're i'm trying to think of like ours cotton. I'm sure a guy is pleased to. Yeah d- d- me. I'm sure i'm having like a midsummer like no it was it was like everybody was doing waves and then it just exploded into. You don't really need to style. You are going to style your hair. The cut isn't the style. So i get excited for the hairstylist. Because i feel like ooh little fun for them. Right is really fine like watching the girl cut. This woman's hair like watching this haircut happened. I was excited. Like i was feeling the transformation leaned over to leaned over and i said oh my god i feel like just layers of my pandemic life are coming off. And she's like she was like rationally. I think that ties into. It's like you had these masks on. We were behind cameras and like you said this is a cut that exposes your face. You know you can't hide behind this glasses. Look at me. And i think that's so fun right now. It's really fun. Listen if i had like more like right now. Like i if i had a little bit more like balls i would think about it but honestly right now. I don't have the balls so like you guys do it do it. If i didn't have calix and that's something to note if you've calixto on your hairline line the banks people you know you've tried it. How do you grow it out. How'd you go into like a little billy bob with long. Bangs called stylist. that's cute. Oh that's cute that's cute. I don't know it'd be fun. I've had friends that over the years cut short and then they grow it out into five different cuts and then they cut again. I'm always amazed by people like that. But i just don't have the time in the morning to style an actual hairstyle also like having the white streak it's like that's my thing all right. Don't make me do a cut on top of the color i like. It is not for me. I like the trend that's happening. I like hair trends. Gives us something to talk about anyway. Cover cut not sure.

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"calix" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"calix" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Behavior. There is such a thing as crazy cat lady. The next cool fact is about your glencoe cakes. What exactly is like okay. Well let me tell you. This is an interesting new piece of research about covid. Nineteen in the lining of your blood vessels. Researchers have found that vascular dysfunction shows up as a common feature of high risk patients people who get covid nineteen and get really sick. Specifically in those severe cases there's high fragmentation of the vascular endothelial glencoe calix and the industry leona calix act like a compartment in blood vessels that creates a barrier between the circulating cells and the vessel walls. If you're longtime listener. I did a whole episode on the glycogen alex. Because it's such an important part of keeping a healthy cardiovascular system under any kind of stressful condition that induces inflammation whether or not it's covid nineteen the fragmentation of glencoe calix equals permeability and damaged blood vessels and things escaping from blood vessels endeared tissues which can trigger autoimmune and inflammation. That's bad news in other words. Maintain the endothelial helix. And you're less likely to have problems in your cardiovascular system. There's a whole bunch of stuff we don't know about covid nineteen and its pathogenesis and spike proteins. But we're learning a lot. This new research suggests that the lining of your arteries that very very thin like calix may be a predictive measure for whether or not you're likely to have a rough time or an easy time. Research also says that there are things you can do like antioxidants and even targeted supplements that protect the like. Okay alex and mike my genetics..

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"calix" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"calix" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Disables arguing over. Who's the greatest presents itself as an example and says i didn't come to be served but to serve in contrast that to kings who came. And you know you're surrounded by their retinue over core tindal their servants wait on them and his his will is law is his wish is my command that of they claimed those authority whose personal whims or unquestionable questionable. Jesus is not only says he comes to be served he did and he. He proves that an ensure himself as a servant in a very act near the end of his life of stooping washington's disciples dirty feet and and the showing his meekness humility and true true greatness really works like calix king over his people students to wash his disciples feet.

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"calix" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"calix" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And it's good to go. Okay. Well, ABC is Alex Stone. Appreciate the update. Thank you. You got a nice kitty. 6 20 now and kfbk. Time for your traffic and weather together. So Dana has his first here in our kfbk traffic center. Okay, and brought to you by Sacramento County Public helps downtown and split right now. Gonna be about 13 minutes, a heavy traffic around the Marconi care of all the way to wanna have to do because of an earlier accident. Actually, slow down there begins at El Camino in just a little sluggish. Getting toward Calix. Both that's split to Roseville is gonna be eight minutes on the eastbound 80, So no delays there whatsoever. Downtown. L grow be 11 minutes and I five also 11 minutes on 99. That could be just a little bit better Pull some Is it about 18 minutes away. Did you leave downtown that Folsom about 18 minutes on eastbound 50 at this point, going at the Woodland 16 minutes on North Ally five and he's found 89 minutes downtown and Davis. That's westbound. 80 eastbound is a mess right now from 1 13 and to get over the causeway still very heavy traffic coming through the area. Your actions today Help protect all of us tomorrow. Wear a mask avoids large, Avoid large gatherings and practice social distancing to slow the spread of Copan 19 visits at county covert dot com to learn more about how to keep our community safer Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Couple clowns tonight with a low 42 44. Terribly cloudy skies tomorrow with a high 55 to 59. Arms of sunshine and clouds for Sunday with a high 60 to 64..

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"calix" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"calix" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In a good old fashioned instrumental break. This week's offering was written by the Great fiddler Paul Schell. Lasky Paul shall ask. We're used to playing Kathy Calix legendary Bay Area bluegrass band. The good old person's Oh, how I Wish I'd thought of that name, and I wish I had written this tune. Here's Paul's car show. You're listening to live from here. Welcome back. You're listeningto live from here, a rebroadcast of show from hardly strictly bluegrass in San Francisco over there on.

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"calix" Discussed on Everyday Meeple

Everyday Meeple

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"calix" Discussed on Everyday Meeple

"Hearing they shut up and sit down guys talk about that game in in kind of party mode playing we're that does happen and it gets attention. Blitz He. Could Be, fun sometime. Rhino Hero. And Rhino here super battle that that comes from just building card houses you know. As hoses. When we first found Rhino hero, which is a very small box it's basically a deck of cards with isn't cheering. You just put a wall and put a thing and you might have to move the Rhino and he build a tower and the tower falls over in Jenga Sal. Catastrophe at the end. And I put that we did a a list on the website of top five games that I enjoy losing right and I put that. As one of the most fun games to lose. For me because of because of that Jenga excitement when when it just collapses There's always fun and then super paddle came out and super battle is. The Kurds are bigger is the whole game is bigger. It's my complain about the game is that it came in a box that was too big. They did sort of that marketing thing where. It's a super battle. So they brought out this enormous Bach I think mentioned it on the show before you could fit that whole game into the animal upon animal habitat is box super battle. is bigger in every way but the boxes. Done need to be. Interesting I feel like recently played some Mareo with Sam. He's just like fixated on those worlds where everything's giant. Giant worlds right. Totally brought me back to being seven and playing like Super Mario for the first time, and I think world for is the giant world and just like my mind being blown like Oh my God everything's bigger bullet. I. Just imagined, it is marketing. You know if you have a kid who enjoys Reynaud hero and then they see giant Rhino here on the shelf, it's like got bigger that's been. Thing with marketing for your for decades that. And now, that's always been one of the. Slow, to die things with board games is that mentality where people feel like they're getting their value when the box's bigger? And I feel like that is starting to die out in the board game industry. At least because of one one shelf space, we can't buy another game. If it doesn't fit in the cubbyhole. Hopefully, the other reason is more of an environmental consciousness where you don't need. That big box where people guests the value now based on the artwork based on the on the quality of the production based on on the game itself. that you don't need to do these these ridiculous marketing things that have. You know they just they. They've existed for so long that there of what happens. If feels like rhino hero super battle might have been a victim of that. Right. Yeah which is too bad because most habits stuff is. Cure size box. Right it seems like someone had to have made that decision to put it in a box that is not one of their normal sized boxes. Yeah. Pretty sure. I've complained about this before. So I wish probably. Move, I do find the box thing interesting though because. I feel like what we're seeing more of now is. It's crazy like. A game just kick started. That is the theme in the premise is based around stacking your board games on a kind of Ikya Calix. Shelf? Basically. Games are kind of keeping those dimensions in mind. So even if there is a game that could only fit in a massive box, they're going wide. By twelve and versus. And unshoveled able. You know what? I mean which I you know even games like monopoly include that have been out, and those are the box sizes that people grew up with or. At least I grew up with. Those those boxes are coming out now as quite fold boards in like beer vince boxes now to fit the same the same dimensions as most other board games. So that's neat concession of the mass market to to say, maybe I'm wondering if someone's sitting around the table and saying, we want monopoly on a hobby gamer shelf and not in the closet. I don't know how that decision would have come about like I duNno, neither if it would have come from the manufacturer or the manufacturer says, well, this is this is the standards. Now, this is we have boards. Now we have these boxes. Now if we are GonNa make continue making your box, it's gonNa cost more right after Ben if we use these, you know what we're doing already real like it could be a whole lot more expensive to keep making those odd sized boxes just for those games. But I don't know I would maybe I should ask somebody I. Don't know if you noticed fantasy flights, announcements, announcements there I. Guess they revealed at Gen con as well. The big teaser at the end of the reveal was the big. Again this Wa- I. 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"calix" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"calix" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You're talking. I'm thinking of and we mentioned Pink Floyd. The reason I mentioned that is I thought kind of that's what you were talking about. And so he got me to thinking about. I talked about this Great concert, a huge stadium in 1988. Floyd. And this is the actual concert right here that I was at that night, and so you can find some of these concerts that you go to you can actually find them online and listen back to him and see the set list and everything, which is Really, really a great thing, But I'm with you on that live music. I got to say I love it, And I wish they release more live albums again, Terry. Yeah, I wish they would do And then you know, there's like even some of the older, older stuff. You know, it's you know, it's just fun to listen to when we used to go to collect. Oh, they have tried Yeah, I loved it. It was straight way. All had a great time. It wasn't that expensive now. It's really offensive. Calix, Mo Outdoors was great because you could stand. You could sit. You could do what? You wanted their move around a little bit, Terry. Thank you for the call, and I'm gonna play some music going out for you. Big Floyd. Terry. Thank you so much. This is live from Hugh Stadium. I was there. April 20th 1988 more to come. Full pack nine o'clock. Our thanks for being a part of it will show Came morning news with Kristina Mendoza and Sam Shame on Thursday. Teenagers who are depressed during the panda specific races. They're using Social Media. Sacramento's news 93.1 Can Donald Trump really.

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Chad H. discusses his journey with alcoholism in the family and AA

AA Beyond Belief

06:40 min | 2 years ago

Chad H. discusses his journey with alcoholism in the family and AA

"For me You know like a lot of people you know Agassi could start with my sort of family history. Or you know it's all over my family. you've not had a you know grandfather die from it and its forties Cousins both my parents are alcoholics. In so you know for me personally. I believe that's genetic thing in my brain and and I I got you know but grew up in a fairly normal home may mean the one thing about both my parents. Being alcoholics is that They were actually. They were sober and they were going to meetings so I knew about a pretty young. You know I I'd go to the meetings once in a while with them and I when I was a young kid I didn't really understand it. I just knew that we'd go to the smoke filled rooms and eat sugar sugarcubes in the back of the room. But I didn't really know what it was but you know as far as grown up in the household. I mean no no. It's nothing crazy. I mean we always had what we needed. You know. We're kind of a lower middle income family but everything was good sell felt loved felt. You know nothing crazy One thing I was always kind of nervous kind of a worrier type kid high anxiety. I guess you could say coupled along the line to with a perfectionist. You know I was always one of those kids that you know. I wasn't the best or the first right away. I would be a screw it you know. I don't want nothing to do with it but again nothing. Nothing crazy in the household but You know when I was seventeen years old which can be of late for some people but I got drunk for the first time you know up to that point. I hadn't really had the opportunities to to drink alcohol or be around it And I remember I remember it like it was yesterday because it had such a profound effect on the When I was new a there used to be a gentleman that I always I kinda stole it from but he always used to talk about You know the first time that he had you know he loves love. Everone pizza but he couldn't remember a good point. Yeah we love chocolate ice cream. You know all these types of things but I can tell you almost. Yeah it's crazy right because it is such a profound effect you know so I remember. I was at a lake cabin with a couple of guys in Minnesota and we were drinking Bush light pounders big talk sixteen ounce cans and whiskey and I remember when I got enough in me to achieve that affect. I remember thinking. Wow this I like this. This is good you know and I needed to develop that phenomenon of craving right off the bat you know I'd never drank a and it was like that first time I couldn't get drunken. I mean I was doing shots at Akilah. I mean that just instantly the physical part just took over right off the bat blackout had probably the worst hangover had. But I love that. You know I'm more of a binge drinker you know I. I did that for the next five years. You know. I'm not a guy that could drink every day Get really hammered. Often run in. Maybe sober a couple of days on it once. I flipped that switch. You know I was gone you know and I never meant to do it. You know it was never like I'm GonNa go out and get drunk. It's like let's go have a couple of beers and just that certain point you know So I did that for age. Seventeen to twenty two now. I mentioned before that I was around a so I knew a little bit about it and I don't really know what happened like I'm one of those people that I didn't have any real external consequences. I didn't get in trouble nine. Everyone to drunk a lot. I got lucky I was in a smaller town. Fifty thousand people. So you know it wasn't like I was getting on ways going seventy miles an hour so but I would say the last couple of times. Well maybe the last few months I was drinking I knew there was off. I just knew I'm like I didn't drink like other people And I think that's probably where I'll calix drink with other alcoholics. Who the heck wants to be around some guy that you know going home at nine after three you know. I didn't relate to guys like that but maybe the second to last time I drank promise myself was gonna try not to drive anymore And I ended up driving in a blackout in. It was just kind of a combination that you know what I need to look at this. There's a problem here and I think it also helped that I was around some eight members. My Dad was a member I would go. He had a little store in my hometown. And see him in there. These guys in there hanging out and I knew they weren't drinkers you now and they were to smile in and they had this little gleam and they go through in Chad. Know that that kind of thing you know when you're still drinking like a you know that guy you know but I respect it and I don't know I just said you know what I probably need to go. There was this Tuesday night meeting that I knew about. I probably should go to that. I'm like I. I'm drinking way too much and I don't I don't have an answer. Why that is Surrenders a funny thing you know I just something clicked for me. I can't explain it in like from the moment. I made that decision that I needed to be at that meeting. It was removed from like. I didn't really think about it after that. You know and I don't know if that was a combination of that. I was still pretty young. I hadn't drank like for twenty years but it wasn't that big a deal for me. You know I I went in. I need to be here. I accepted that particular meeting of come to find out now is pretty unique. And I've been to a lot of meeting sense They kept it very simple. You know the format and it's still the same today. The format was what we used to be like. What happened what we like now. There wasn't a topic they would just call on members of the group that would come up and share And their whole idea was that it wasn't about it was more about. They would do that. So that would the new guy would come in and hopefully relate and then they could say man. I'm struggling to. What did you guys do and hopefully bring them along the path It wasn't about necessarily the new person needed to share its author. Chaz it was. Hey they're struggling. Here's what we do. So they basically said get home group that meets at the same time in place. Be At that meeting every week. It a sponsor and use that sponsor and don't drink and as far as the sponsorship thing I mean they weren't like this diehard you know you better call your sponsor every five minutes. I mean there'd be jokes awhile you know. Did you ask your sponsor about that? But it wasn't like a real hardcore and then as far as God and stuff I mean people talk about God and mentioned God fair and stuff but at that point I never really had a big thing about God. I wasn't anti-god but it was kind of like I kind of instinctively. I guess my thought on God. If there was a god was he didn't know the difference between me and a troop. You know. It's just kind of this this thing right and it's just kind of there and so I never was judging me Blah Blah Blah So I went to this meeting For seven years or six years I apologize and I was there every week. You know and and I didn't I never heard about ninety and ninety and some of these other things. I didn't even know what they were. I just do that. Can made a decision Drink anymore and I just accepted

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"calix" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"calix" Discussed on KTRH

"NewsRadio seven forty K T R H. I'm like ground zero got blurred that Calix jokes lovey of the program tonight. Fellas twist before and I'm angry about it. Because he don't promote. He doesn't come on. And so take it. What you will? I mean, I don't understand why you know, we say he says he's gonna come on come on. And you know, and I'm wondering because it just seems to me the reason why I want him on the first place is because I wanted to ask him about not his position on, you know, Julian Assange, I wanted to know how he feels as we see these guerrilla journalists or or whatever you may call them see that something is closing in upon them. Hell they're closing in on Alex because we are suing in their keeping off, you know, off of the major technical platforms. And this is what's happening when you're in a dirty war. This is what happened we want to eliminate journalists speak out against the deep state. And this is something I think you need to pay attention to and once again, you have to ask yourself what is going on where the president has been saying for long time, but he likes Mickey leagues because of what it did exposing the DNC. Now, he says my thing kind of backs off doubt something, you know, something I'm sure he was vise d- to back off. And of course, you know, Julian Assange screaming out when he was being arrested. What is the Trump administration going to do about? This is this is what you've become what is going on E felt betrayed. Eight six three thirty seven hundred as triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred Mike in Kentucky. Hi, Mike ground zero. Hi, how you doing doing? All right..

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"calix" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:56 min | 3 years ago

"calix" Discussed on KTOK

"Let's get back into our conversation about the first, gene edited foods. They have about fifty employees this company Calix, and how does the process work? What are they doing day to day to modify these genes specifically and then grow them because they contract with seventy eight farmers in Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota to grow all these soybeans, and then have the made into the oil. They have kind of an interesting business model. A lot of people who are familiar with first generation GMO's think about you know, Monsanto and Dow DuPont and how farmers seeds, and then they sell them herbicides that work with those Calix is doing something a little bit different. So they they make these United plants in their labs. And basically the way they do that is kind start with plant material in Petri dishes, and they kind of injected the, gene editing enzymes, and then basically they grow those up to kinda doused them with hormones while they're in the Petri dishes to grow little shoots and roots, and stems, and then they grow them in kind of a sterile nursery until they're big enough that they can take a little punch out of the leash. And then they analyze. Is that to make sure that the edit has been made? And if they see that the edit hasn't made they moved into a greenhouse, and they kind of grow them up and then they'll do field trials, and they'll cross with other breeds the soybean that are more adept at being in the wild environment of the outdoors outside of a lab. And what they'll do is when they can come to finally wind up with a plant. You know has the edits they want and it grows well out in the field. Then they'll start growing up those plans to make they sell those farmers, and then when they make up sale they are already have a deal with the farmers to buy back the beans at the end of the season for a known price for the farmers know what they're getting and it kind of de risks for them a little bit because it's a pretty new thing. Then Calix pays to have the beans crushed at a processor. And then they get the oil back. And then they go out and try to shop at oil around restaurant. And one of the interesting things is that the USDA obviously has approved GMO labeling requirements, this particular soybean oil is not. Subjected to that because it's not necessarily genetically modified is because of the process, it's gene edited. It's just slightly different enough where they don't have to put those labels on it. So about a year ago, the USDA concluded that most gene, edited foods would not require regulation from the agency point of view. Gene editing is basically just a much faster form of breeding because you're not moving jeans around from or viruses as traditional percents GMO's did. And so because in USDA opinion, you're kind of making a simple deletion or doing something that could see your radically happen, spontaneously nature. Scientists are just speeding that process along with the use of these molecular scissors that they don't have to be regulated. It's kind of a big deal because what is essentially doing shaving years, and tens of millions of dollars off the cost of developing these desire plan. So it's kind of enabling be smaller startup like Calix to enter the market, which allows the specialty crop. Even if not a lot of people buy them or grow them, all of a sudden. Become worth developing science reporter at science reporter at wired. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you very much for having me. What's my favorite story of the week is that of Joe Cameron the woman who feels no pain Joe is seventy one years old now and scientists are just finding out why she's gone her whole life without experiencing pain. She would often cut herself or burn herself. And wouldn't notice until she saw the blood or smelled burning flesh. Rachel Feldman editor of popular science joins us for. What makes Joe Cameron feel? No pain. It's a gene mutation that scientists hope could help others in the future. What's really interesting about? This case is that it may surprise some people that this is not the first time. Scientists have studied someone who doesn't feel pain. And in fact, we know a few different gene mutations that can cause this, but what's really unusual about her. Is that in most cases? Traditionally when we think about people who don't feel pain, we find out when they're really young because not feeling pain might sound like a superpower. But right. Actually, really dangerous. You know, you think about all the things you learn not to do with the kid because they hurt. You learn you shouldn't play with broken glass. You learn you shouldn't put your hand on a hot stove you notice when you're sick. I got appendicitis when I was twelve and I certainly wouldn't have known. I my life was in danger. If I wasn't in pain. So it seems like that usually become a problem, and these children either died due to accidents or a doctor figures out that there's something unusual going on. So the really interesting thing about this Scottish woman is that doctors did not find out until she was sixty six and that was because she came in with a son that was so badly deteriorated due to arthritis that she could not use it. But she said that it felt perfectly fine. And after the surgery, she said it felt perfectly fine. Even though he had just had surgery that struck the doctors is so unusual that they sent her for a console with a couple of specialist teams at university. College London and Oxford, and they decided to take a look at her genome, and they found a new tation that while it was on a gene, we know about with not previously associated with this rare lack of pain sense when she went in to speak to her doctors. They said you're definitely going to need strong painkillers after this because it can be very brutal. And she says, I bet I won't really matter of fact, like already know this. She went through her whole life this way getting cuts burns. She said that it often took the smell of burning flesh. Her husband to say, hey, you're on fire. You're burning yourself before she would really realize it and the one that I love to hear that. She would each scotch bonnet chili peppers and say that she only had a pleasant glow after So Nero peppers. These scotch bonnet ones are at least twice as hot as those some four hundred and fifty thousand on the Scoville unit level, this is kind of the life. She was living, and she didn't really think much of it. The other thing that this gene mutation allowed her was they say that she lived. Life mostly free of anxiety and fear. Also, which is another thing that researchers really want to look into she took an anxiety disorder questionnaire. She scored zero out of twenty one and she says she can never remember feeling depressed or scared or anything in her life. There was one incident. She reference that they talked about in the case study where she was in a car accident, and she didn't feel any kind of panic higher time. She flipped upside down in that car when she had that accident, and yeah, she now what's really fascinating to me. Is that it really makes? You wonder how many people assume they just have a high pain tolerance? And they actually have extremely abnormal perception of pain, especially since at least, according to her anecdotes. It sounds like her father probably had the same mutation. Her son has like a partial you'd herited it from his mom, his dad. So he has like some of this sensitively. But it sounds like her father had it completely and. So you have to imagine that. Because her father had also always been this way dot added to the alluded that this is normal. They said that there are a few downsides to this only in the fact that she is quite forgetful. She's prone to losing a lot of things are losing your train of thought mid sentence. And the other is that she's never felt that kind of adrenaline rush. And a lot of people talk about that probably figures into her lungs -iety and lack of fear also briefly describe to us how this works. How this gene mutation actually result in her feeling less pain? There are several different gene mutations that have been associated with lack of pain in jeans case, it is what we call a pseudo, gene. So it's basically where you have regular team like everyone else has. But then you have another partial copy of it somewhere in your DNA. Now in most cases before do anything. There partial teams, they're gonna end up being junk DNA, we have a lot of that. But sometimes they do do something often slightly related to what the whole team does. In her case the. I knew that the original gene, the pseudo gene with a partial copy of it creates an enzyme that breaks down something called an tonight, and that's a cannabinoid natural in the human body. It promotes euphoria and decreases, bad sensation, sadness pain, lots of things like that. Some researchers thinks that it might be part of that. Rush of good feeling you have when you exercise that kind of dough pain. If you think about it and sure enough she had seventy percent more of this than is typical. So she's kind of always having that like high you have when you put yourself really hard to work out. And you're like pushing a little bit harder. They've tried to harness this specific gene before in combating, depression, and anxiety and haven't been successful. And they're not really sure why. So there's a lot of hope that studying how exactly this works in her can help we have seen some downsides in these rodents objects where they have problems with memory and sure enough. The woman in the case report says that she does have trouble. Remembering things, I think she even said sometimes she forgets word she's trying to recall the sentence. So obviously that is not awesome. But she also seems to have a slightly higher rate of healing than average which is something that has been in the mouth subjects. So it's all really cool. It provides a lot of opportunities for researchers to learn more and potentially help people in for the next few years. I'm assuming that she's going to be working with researchers. So they can find out as much as they can about her in these specific, gene mutations racial, Felton Feldman, science editor at popular science, host of the pop side podcast. The weirdest thing I learned this week. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me. 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"calix" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"calix" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"One. Mr Speaker, I profoundly great the decision that this has taken tonight. I continue to believe that by far the best outcome. United Kingdom leaves the European Union. An orderly fashion with a deal. And the negotiators is the best. And indeed the only deal of. Speak briefly, how the government needs to proceed tonight we will table motion for debate tomorrow to test. Whether the house supports leaving the European Union without a deal on the twenty ninth of March. The house was shortly. Make an emergency business statement concerning the change to tomorrow is business. This is an issue of grave board for the future of our country is the house votes to leave without a deal on the twenty ninth of March is you'll be the policy of the government to implement that decision. If the house declines to approve leaving without a deal on March the government following that bring forward relation on Thursday on whether parliament wants to seek an extension to article fifty if the house Spencer an extension the government will seek to agree that extension with the EU and bring forward the necessary legislation to change the date commensurate with that extension. All right now, if today's vote to leave the EU without an agreement is defeated which is the likely outcome. Lawmakers will vote again on Thursday on whether to delay Brexit something that needs to be approved by the European Union. So it is all up in the air folks right now when you're talking about Brexit somewhere in the midwest restaurants, frying foods with oil made from Jean edited soybeans. That's according to the maker of the oil, which has it's the first US commercial use of a gene edited food product Calix says it's oil has no trans fats and a longer shelf life than other soybean oils, the milestone signals, gene editing potential to alter foods without the controversy of venture GMO's, which are made by injecting DNA from another organism. And it lets scientists nip out or genes responsible for specific traits Calix and others say there, gene, edited foods aren't GM. Komo since they could theoretically be made with traditional breeding more breaking news on the way on this Wednesday morning, but first word from our sponsors. Hey guys can hear from the hip hide cast today's growth who would win three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour to France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle. Back. What.

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Samsung Unveils the $2000 Galaxy Fold; Apple draws up a blueprint for the foldable iPhone

Kim Komando

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Samsung Unveils the $2000 Galaxy Fold; Apple draws up a blueprint for the foldable iPhone

"After years and years of promises Samsung has unveiled its first foldable phone this past week. And when opened it turns into a tablet, it's super innovative. But it comes at a pretty hefty price tag to g that's right. And it's not the first company. There've been foldable phones brought in the market as far back as twenty eleven with a Cassara echo a startup called Royal has actually released a folding phone at the end of last year. But this is the first one from a major manufacturer the galaxy fold as it's being called or point. Six and smartphone. Expands to a seven point three inch tablet. So let's say you're using Google maps this phone screen shows, a small map that went open to the tablet gives you the whole picture. It's pretty slick. There are six cameras on the device goes on sale April twenty six from AT and T and T mobile in both four g and five g versions. They also released some other phones a galaxy S ten and they have now to rear facing cameras. They added another one centers three and nine hundred thousand dollars. But the real star this show is the Calix full priced at two grand. It's a tough, sell, but people will buy it because we've been in a smartphone rut for so long. I mean, the tech elite are itching for something new. Alot apple are you listening? But they may be they are listening because Apple's planning to develop their own full phone at least that's what it looks like in a patent that apple filed their dreamed up folded before it looks like a clam shell. But this one could actually be folded in two directions. A Dutch tech site. Let's go digital created or rendering of what exactly it might look like in the rendering looks like a plus sized iphone that falls into something smaller. But again, this is a patent. It may never come to big. But if it does I don't expect it anytime soon apple used to be really really innovative. Now, they're pretty much late to the party on just about anything. But at least this time, they would be releasing an iphone and actually Ben's on

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"calix" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"calix" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"That price range under two hundred dollars for just doing winter PM stuff, which is fine. But the their headphone amplifier, which I think is honesty their third or fourth generation now when I had it was second generation, and it was okay. I ended up selling it because depending on the headphones like everything changes based on the load. But I thought it sounded a little grainy when it was turned up ladder. If that makes any sense greenie being like, I don't know if I was actually hearing something, but the harder I drove it up my headphones. The more it sounded like a little brittle or something. It's in. Maybe it was just me. But I thought the output from this comparing it just to the thing I use every day, which is my little digital audio player from company called Calix audio in Korea. I think discontinued by now the Calix 'em Calix m almost gives everything a little bit of a smiley queue where it's a little bit warmer. There's less mid range. And it's like a smooth kinda rolled off top end. So it pairs nicely with things like Grado headphones that have a little bit exaggerated range a little bit higher top ends, smooth smile, and then headphones like these audio tech and cubs behind me. They kind of do the same thing. So it ends up being very smooth. So you there it's not as balanced like when I was using those with the new audio thing, it was a lot clearer. But there just seems to be a lot of it's a very flat frequency response. It's way overkill for thirty eight old headphones like this. So anyway, check up the review you can look at the the close up photos. Look, some of the components and stuff. It's it's interesting product on that two hundred fifty dollars. Do you think it's worth it? It's very hard to come to terms with two hundred fifty dollars. I mean, it sounds good as two hundred dollars worth of external components. The prices is one ninety nine if.

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"calix" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"calix" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"I've had mine for like seven or eight years, they really just lay flat. Now, they don't even get crazy on me. Which is weird. They're just so they're heavy and they just lay down flat and Friday one time. They're not saying never, I don't know. Yeah. I do have a video for people because I get that a lot about Calix. And I promise you I have to incredibly deep Calix one on each side of my forehead. And there is a way to make your banks lay down flat. When you have lots know, what's funny is I don't think I've ever told you this which I can't believe I haven't. But I watched that video and I do it. I I do that even without bangs. I do say so it kind of confuses the calumny to link that. Yes. Video up on put it in our self you podcasts dot com, and we'll put it in our Facebook community. Which you should join. Okay. We'll do that. I have to tell you that. I watched the greatest showman. Oh, okay. And I'm nervous. Okay. Well, I'm really excited to report to this. Because you, you know, you're going to be very shocked. So if you didn't listen last week, I shamed. Sarah for having me. Shamed. Me we watch it as a family including my husband, Dustin, which you know, has movie related narcolepsy in everyone lower is the truth. Dustin cannot watch a movie or television show falling asleep. And it's not like a ha he really key tries. And he can't weird thing that he's had since the kid. He only dozed for like one minute the entire movie like he watched the movie with us. We've never had this experience look duddy. He's alive. He's a lot. I didn't know spirit. I could not believe it. But he did he loved it. I loved it Maluku blue. Of course, you are. Right. Maluku afterwards. Kept on replaying the the the role at the enough. Yeah. Just notice like when they're showing the like, you know, when the names role. What does that call? Yes. Yes. Yeah. The credit? Thank you the credits, and she was dancing around. And derby even watched any he didn't like smile that. He paid attention which was good. Just you know, he's totally angsty right now. I can't wash for Sean teen. Yeah. So we really enjoyed it. And I have to thank you. And now I feel like I have to watch someone asked me if I had seen. What's the authors? A star is born I have not seen that when. Yeah. Because it's still in the theater, and I'm terrible. Yeah. I'm actually theater, but I me. No. But I'm dying to see that one. Okay. That's my next. That's my next. I really need to see it soon because people keep talking about the ending, and I have somehow managed to not actually. Hear what the ending is..

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