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"casher" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

05:14 min | Last month

"casher" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"Labs is a couple of gadget caches. But what is really interesting to me and it. I found out about this. Because i was at. I haven't been married yet. I'm kind of planning a trip to go to go. Do it one day when i get a chance to go. Check these out in the description on one of the catch pages. It has a quote bonus trackable location. Where a go casher a person who's buried. There was gio casher and loved it so much. There is a trackable code carved in their tombstone. Oh that is cool so they want people to come and check that out. That is very cool. Yes that's that's my my ever-growing geocaching to do this in one story. I took my daughter who's fourteen. I took her a long one time on. A geocaching may begin. This is in my but it's it's outside the city limits so it's not to down a country road and i took her to We've just traveling that way. We had some time. let's look up. If there's any cash in the area will happen to be a cemetery cash at an abandoned church that i had cast. I've been passing spur. Oh my goodness thirty years and never noticed the slates and and certainly never. I mean i noticed the charts but i never noticed had been abandoned in. Been a never noticed cemetery. It was a little cemetery and we went. She was totally creeped out about. We went and the cash was right on the fence. Line of the cemetery. And i never would have known never would have known. It was there and the original minister of that. Church was interred there with his life. There's just all this historic Information on the back that an in the second minister and his wife also toured there. And it's just the history martin that i had no idea and Drug my my daughter along and she's here scared about it but but it was really cool was in a maintenance inventory. I never was there. That is cool. We actually last.

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"casher" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

The Latched Mama Podcast

04:33 min | Last month

"casher" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

"And my husband is right there with me and at this point i've seen a ton of ultrasounds cause infertility. You go every week. You know zoe early where you right now going probably were you expecting. I would probably see seven weeks as this point so heartbeat for sure casher and the doctor pulls up the screen. And i instantly a mike. There are two babies on this ultrasound and my husband. And i are like in all right. And i'm waiting because i feel like and i don't know if you've ever felt this but my heart and i feel i don't breathe until that heartbeat comes on though herself like yeah and so i'm waiting and waiting i'm like can you please just hurry up and find these heartbeats and so he finds the first heartbeat and it is great. It's perfect and he goes to the other one any funds a heartbe and it is good and it was perfect and the only thing that was really catching us up is the the second baby was further away and so we could see the heartbeat but he said it was harder to hear and that's not unlikely at seven weeks pregnant so he said hey i want you to come in two weeks and and we're gonna check this again because i want to make sure that this is an actual viable twin pregnancies. So we go in in two weeks. The babies have grown. they're both the same size. they have They've progressed and heartbeats i remember they were identical to the beats per minute And we got to hear them both. And he's like oh yeah. These are crystal clear. Everything is good to go so we are ecstatic at this point. I mean our family already knew but When we are second time we are our family. New you're pregnant. They didn't know we were having to it. And so once. We confirmed at that second time we said. Hey my goodness there are two babies and we are just beyond ourselves..

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"casher" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"casher" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"My gosh that is wild. It's a lot of fun. Some people say all power cashing like that is fun. It is a blast. You you get so silly with your friends in the car you know you're out there in the middle of nowhere. It's a total blast. When i went. I went with Casher named j to brew. He was older gentleman who wanted nothing to do with power trails and then on the plane ride home. He looks at me and he goes joe. I had the best time of my life that someone who didn't like power cashing all. He just went because he knew that i wanted to go. That's great i love it. Bank you all so much for getting together with me tonight and sharing all this about the handicaps gio are in ensuring stories about the et highway. And everything. I really do appreciate it. Thank you so much. you're welcome. Thank you for having us you for listening to geocaching adventures with shadow dragon. One have you heard of ftf magazine. It's the magazine for geocaches. It is full of articles photos all sent in by geocaches. Like you in fact. Some of the guests that you've heard on. This show have submitted articles to geocaching magazine. They have all kinds of neat stuff and publish achievements. That are sent in by geocaches. So if you haven't achievement. You wanna celebrate. Send it in. And they will add it to the magazine. It is really cool. I recommended i subscribed to it myself. And i love it..

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"casher" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"casher" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"Lighting. Too late night doom scrolling. I guess right now. Sleep scientists amy bender. Our previous guests roger e kirch explained. How our ancestors would often actually sleep in two shifts sort of three and a half hours and then awake for an hour and another three and a half hours but the adoption of electric lights and the drive to greater productivity in the industrial revolution forced us into sleeping in a single block. What what do you make of that. There is some fascinating evolutionary research on that and that. Potentially you know it's not as harmful if you are waking up during the middle the night it could be a part of our biology and i think related to that too. There are krono tights so there are morning types intermediate types and evening types and that was actually a hypothesis. Was that how this developed was when we were. You know in in the tribal eras where we had to be on watch. Twenty four seven. That part of the tribe would be more of an early bird type while who were sleeping while the night owls would be awake and helping with the tribes so that there would be an advantage of having these different kinds of types. It's really really fascinating research for sure. any. We like to give our listeners homework from time to time here on sparc. So can you share. Maybe a couple of top tips for people to follow. That might help them sleep. Better get outside for thirty minutes during the morning hours and even better would be to go for a run. Do some moderate to vigorous activity outside During these daylight hours to help Set your circadian rhythms for the day and then also get that exercise to help with your sleep. Quality at night having that good pre sleep routine so establishing a pre sleep routine starting with that bedtime alarm will be really useful for people and then i hate to be the bad news but limiting the caffeine limiting the alcohol because we know those can disturb our sleep as well so you mentioned that the technology of these sort of off the shelf Wearable trackers can have some negative impacts. Are there technologies that you see the world now or maybe on the horizon a little bit in the future that are related to improving sleep that you're excited about actually at cerebral where we are working on. A wearable bat is measuring eeg activities. That'll just be almost like a bandied that you wear on on your forehead that will give us a good quality brainwaves signal in order to use some of these deeper metrics have the capability to do sleep staging but also do some of these deeper metrics like the sleep sensitivity scale etc and potentially pair that with an app that will help people figure out you know. Is this caffeine at noon. Really bothering me or am. I fast metabolism caffeine or would exercise in the morning or the evening. Be better for me and really try and personalize and individualize sleep quality. I think that's the future i mean. We have all this general advice but it works for some people in. It doesn't work for others so really trying to have a precise way of telling someone. It looks like these different activities are going to lead to better sleep for. You is really exciting. And what's next for you in your own research. Well we are We're doing a lot of work with Obstructive sleep apnea and trying to finot type. Different groups who may benefit from c-pap cpap device so it stands for continuous positive airway pressure and it's not adding supplemental oxygen or anything like that. It's just opening up the airway with air. See you wear a mask sometimes. Around just your nose. Sometimes around your nose and mouth if you are a mouth breather versus oral appliance versus potentially a sleeping pill and really trying to figure out how to best diagnose sleep apnea as well as how to treat it better because there is there is a big problem you know we do have this gold. Standard treatment of continuing continuous positive airway pressure but a lot of people don't tolerate it and just sits on the shelf so really trying to figure out who who would benefit from that and potentially for those who don't what other types of therapies will be helpful for them. Amy thanks so much for your insights on this. Thanks for having me. It's been a blast. Amy bender is a calgary based sleep. Scientist you've been listening to spark the show was made by michelle. Breezy killick samri. O'hara's andy nora young special. Thanks this week to kim. Casher and.

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"casher" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"casher" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

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"casher" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

02:53 min | 4 months ago

"casher" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Podcast i'm moshe casher and i'm the tasha lazaro coming to you live and direct from almost home we've been on the road awhile to us. You don't tauch. I realized something about you. Today that Well first of all our release something about me. Which is for bike ride today. Run were in a beach community. That will remain nameless for bike ride today. And i just gotta tell the listeners. Natasha scrubbed she. Scrubs wet down and In what i would say would be a cartoonish funny way and remember that. Yeah i mean it was kind like going on like it wasn't like a cool fault your point though. I'm to that. But i just want you to acknowledge that did happen was handed like a looney tunes but my response i rushed over i was like oh my god. Are you okay to the degree. You told me. I was probably be too compassionate and kind to you and i just think that that separates us because i feel that if i had fallen in such a comedic fashion you would left. I see what you think. That's like a long way for you to try to say that. I just don't have that much compassion. Note don't misunderstand. It's not an insult to you. It's a compliment to me. I'm brimming with compassionate love for you all right well. I think that it's you know can be challenging to live with you sometimes so we now have to do with the therefore you saying you like to make fun of leagues. i'm always roasting you but it's like you're really hard to live with. Also you're saying when. I hurt myself as a small party. Feels actual joy. But that's all you can get. I don't feel like. Oh my god you will k- when i know you're fine but if like something really bad happened to you i guess. I just thought you were kind of overdoing it today. You know speaking of which she did. Send me the other day. That i tell her daughter. I love her too much. Because you'll be like. Don't do that. But i love you i love you i love you. Do you believe me that i love. You is what you know. I love you. I love you i love you i love you. I'm sorry i'm sorry that that happened. But i'm lucky i love you. I love you. It just seems like you shouldn't tell them thirty five times that you love them after one discipline i'm just trying to reinforce the know with the with a but don't worry daddy daddy loves you right now. You're doing like ten percent. No ninety percent i love you. Maybe like a fifty fifty would be good. Now what do you think the downsides of telling your hearing i love you from your parents could possibly be too much too much. I love you you. you're like a child. Who truly that they are. Her dad loves her a little bit unsure a little bit of doubt..

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"casher" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

08:06 min | 4 months ago

"casher" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"casher" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"casher" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"casher" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

07:49 min | 4 months ago

"casher" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"Do for for groceries i have. There's there's various like prepaid crypto of visa or debit cards. That you can fill with crypto. And then sal into whatever currency so i know. There's a bunch in the united states but here in canada on the one i use is called bit vo and It just allows me to just load up crypto currency onto the card. And then i sell it into canadian currency and then i can just spend that on whatever And it works perfectly. But if i want to actually spend the crypto directly for example i can buy gift cards off of Bit refill for example. And whenever certain places are they like visa gift cards To certain places but they've pretty much covered everything. So if i want a top my cell phone bill they have all the all the cell places a and they do this for many different countries. It's not just like north america to it's it's pretty much worldwide And you know. I buy things on amazon or i order food or even like walmart gift card and then you could always use the walmart gift card go to walmart and use the walmart pay kiosk and you could pay bills. You can do. Lots of different things But i also pay my bills through A platform called bitcoin. Well which allows me to just type in the The bill that. I have at my account number and then i can pay that bill. I've done a video on that as well. So there's a lot of different services that enable you to do the things that you would normally do. It's a little bit of extra work but If you're able to earn crypto i think that's the strongest use case for spending it Or if you just want to spend crypto that you have. But i think most people are trying to hold on to it and appreciate value but for the people who do want actually spend it. There are a lot of ways And they're coming out with more and more ways and hopefully we'll see more native adoption as well. You live in the crypto life. I mean you're you're actually your talk. You're walking the talk as opposed to just talking the talk. Which i think is cool. What are your thoughts going back to the national cryptos me. China obviously made a pretty big statement on. They've been working on for a little while the. Us is is catching up in fact it now. The bitcoin took a pretty big hit That when that announcement was made. Do you think Think these currency base cryptos will end up deflating the value of the existing ones that are through the roof. Now or do you think they can both work a Separately symbiotically in my mind. There's kind of two two ways at this would go right. there would be the ideal way. Which is you know. They come out with their coins and what it really does is. It allows people to easily do what i've been talking about to get back and forth between crypto and And it would just it would make it super easy. You would be able to spend anything anywhere because you could just easily switch between. I think it would. It would do a lot but it really depends on how it's designed because if it's if it's designed to be exactly like fee is now that's what a lot of people are trying to get away from and if we have the exact same thing i think that'll be very some of this centralized mechanism that will it would be very against the ethos of Of what crypto is meant to solve more or less But i do think that it would provide a lot of utility for the things that we're trying to do with crypto. So you know you've got both sides of the coin where it's probably going to improve the the value because of how much more people can get in and out easily and just what way more volume way more transactions But yeah the issue would just be like if it's just bringing fee it's fault into crypto would be very ideal for crypto yes Will and again. I'm a neophyte. And all this but it seems to me that they are decentralizing banks but what the replacing a bank with would be the government and so the government is still that that. If i'm understanding correctly was still be that center. It hasn't been completely decentralized because it's still going through the government. Is i guess it's i suppose it's better but i am. I understanding correctly. I mean 'cause i love the bill to decentralize the banks that would be awesome and loved the do peer to peer but it seems like these. These national crypto currencies. Still go through the government. I mean there's the furriest reasons for that too but yeah yeah and it would make it would make taxation way more efficient for them Which would be less ideal for For the people the big concern would be that privacy for Like for your finances would be almost eliminated entirely if cash was just gone. I mean interestingly enough here in canada we are one of the most cashless society. So that wouldn't be a higa certain hanney's anymore i i'm canadian and so i remember the last time i went not last time but years ago when i went back rounded up everything. They even got rid of pennies. One cent dominated. Do they still have the five cent denomination now are yeah you remember. Do you even remember seeing nichole. Yeah yeah yeah but yeah we barely use cash. I mean There's places that don't even accept cash. Sometimes i mean they do now more or less but near the beginning of covert. There was a lot of places now. she's never accepted cash. So yeah i mean it's very interesting to see how that will play out and i think it'll be much more fought in In the us because cash is king there and And you know it provides a lot of privacy and it's just how it's always been whereas you know in places like your canada. It's never been like a huge deal to always using casher so yeah. I think we're going to see a very interesting transition. But i think the the concerns will be around privacy and Just the faults of like and and like you said the control of the government having that control taking it away from the banks. You did say it's good to decentralize the banks. But i would say that we're already doing that. With crypto as we are now We don't need the government to play that role because we basically have that already the government coming in. We'll just make it a lot easier for us to get in and out of viet and crypto But yeah. I don't have super high hopes for fed coin The same way that like i was not enthusiastic about facebook coming out with libra coin Yeah i would have the same concerns. There was the latest on labor by the way. Because i know they. They've kind of gone through. I think they're second generation or are they on their third now. Yeah i'm not too sure. I haven't followed it very closely. Ever since it. 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"casher" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"casher" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sports Illustrated these days is well here on CBS portrayed. All right. I know your attention was focused in Mobile, Alabama today at the senior ball. Um, some interesting guys names, guys who are gonna be taken certainly in the first round of the draft, but also a whole bunch of good guys. Did you really are the classman or decided to pass on it? One guy who went down to mobile and worked out all week and from what I understand look pretty good doing so but decided not to play in the game. With Dracula's the quarterback from Alabama who, you know, I've been a fan of all year and it really warmed up to and I haven't pretty highly rated going into the NFL draft. Give us what you heard about Mac in practice this week and Why did he pass on playing in the game today? Yeah. You know, I think he had a little bit of a wrist injury or something. Just wanted to rest up, but he did what he had to do, right? He went down there. He created a buzz. Conformed well, we spoke to June Jones, the former NFL coach, he said. He's the number one quarterback in this year's draft, Trevor Laurence included, so there's a lot of love. Mack Jones. There's uh Looking like more of a consensus feeling that he is going to be a first round pick, and I think you know this quarterback class pretty interested in the way it's shaping up, but we talked about a pocket passer. Again, somebody who will get the ball downfield. You know, June Jones kind of referencing his deep ball accuracy, And I do think Matt Jones probably throws the best keep bottle in this year's draft. And so you know, the problem is when it goes to the NFL, he's probably gonna be playing with the worst. Wide receiver class. That wide receiver group that he's had in quite some time. So you know how does that translate? But, you know, I think that Jones is the guy that you get him in the right situation. Maybe it's Pittsburgh. It one or two years behind a big Ben. And I think that really puts him in a situation to succeed. And so I do have some love for Mack Jones. I'm not an eye on him as you are, but I do think he can be a successful quarterback at the next level. Yeah, I would run commits the starting quarterback behind Lawrence and fields ahead of guys like Wilson and trey lamps, But that's just me, and we've got a lot to do. Coming up. A Zafar is evaluating before we get to the draft. All right, Who else before we get to today's game? Who else from either your own individual evaluation of the people that you talk to in the know? Was there anyone who absolutely shone through in the practices and did things that people had never seen before? Had not Been able to garner off in game tapes and was there a group of guys who may be would have been better staying home this week, then heading down the mobile, and it didn't quite work out the way that they were hoping it would. You know, I think right there at quarterback after Mack Jones, you're looking at a guy like he and books. There's there's a lot of love down there. For him. More than people realize and in book may have kind of catapulted human into himself into that day to range. At the quarterback position, but From the skill position. How about Michael Carter, the North Carolina dynamo? I mean, this guy's just a Flasher a casher. He showed his explosion his first He's gonna probably be a top 100 election when it's all said and done. Wide receiver Dez Fitzpatrick, the Louisville wide receiver. I think he really helped boost his draft stock now, probably around two selections. So that's what the Senior Bowl platform is for a guy that Maybe with the day three guy coming in. Well, now he's looking like a day to selection. So he made himself some money. Cadaret Tony from former, probably the best player down there, Jody. I think he's probably a first round pick as well at the library fever. Position tight and Hunter Long comes in 85 Inch Wingspan and Boston College tight and I think now, after Kyle Pitts, who I think is a top 10 selection, I think Hunter Long is now the second tight end off the board, so he helped himself out. Couple small school guys on the offensive line. Dylan Ray done from North Dakota State, really a solid week going down there from the FCS level. And proving his words. And how about Quinn. Miners from Wisconsin Whitewater, the belly, the famous belly Division three Jody Division three. Understand out he comes and really has himself a day. I mean a week and and also the groom. One state kid, David Moore, who weighs in at 6 ft one You know, he comes in at 6 ft. One on measurement day and saying, Oh, boy, 6 ft. One offensive lineman from Grambling State. He's in trouble, and all he did was dominated. Throughout the week. So David Moore making himself there on the offensive side of the ball, Let me ask about two running backs. One of we command. You wanna winch I want to ask you about, um, you know, I'm a Michael Carter fed on and have been all year long, and I think he's gonna be the third quarterback started running back off the boy after Harris and at the end I know you're slightly bigger. Devante Williams, his teammate at North Carolina fan by you and I both like him. Uh, both both like both players. I just rate one little bit higher. You rate the other one. Michael Carter potentially moved by Williams with the game that he had today. Possibly depends on what you need. If you're looking for two or three down back,.

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"casher" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"casher" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

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"casher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:30 min | 2 years ago

"casher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Go get me a juice box. You know you're talking to. I'm talking to the juice box. You're crazy I'm not crazy. I'm thirsty go to hell. He'll go to how. Why are you there? What are you grabbing just box Fox? Boy I'll tell you that ask you. Are you go. I'm not all right. All right thank you for that. Welcome back to this show right to the with coast to coast and around the world on the American forces aradio network. We've been talking to a lot of people as we always do each and every year about a lot of the great Entertainment that goes on with Sketch fast and we have one of the performers with us once again Moshe casher Moshe was in studio with us here. I want to say about five years ago. It's been a while but he has a show tonight. it's at the Swedish American Hall. It's at seven thirty called Moshe. Kassir crowd surfing volume one album released. Show with Brent Wind Bach and then tomorrow to shows at at four pm the endless honeymoon podcast with Natasha. Jero Matt Walsh. In Morgan. Walsh will be a part of that and then at ten thirty. That'll be at Marines memorial by the way and then at ten thirty cobbs iron comic with Moshe Kassir and our friend NATO Green Moshe. Thanks for being on the show again and I'm East Bay guy like yourself. I've lived in Oakland. I I'm from the Richmond Area but I remember when you hear last time. Even though you're like chemist cowl region which is now super hipster. You are like a food stamp kid. I mean you really went through the ringer. Didn't you EH. Well we mentioned the show that you do with your wife. Natasha Jarrow who is a great comedian as well and by either way burning love doesn't get enough credit that show with all the stars it had and your wife was so good in that thing you know that's when I fell over there when I saw She plays Girl I think. She's writing mechanical. And whatever suction happened in that situation with no after that for a long time and I said I'm GonNa marry that while you were the first in line and you. I mean the whole country wanted to marry her after that motion eye. No doubt about it. You know it's funny. We had NATO Green in here the other day and he's not political at all so I'm just trying to think about the the iron comics. Show our friend Adam Cayton Hall in Greg Fitzsimmons the Hilarious Jessica Curson if you could talk about Jessica for a second because I know a lot of comedians Indian say they don't even want to go on After her at the seller or the black cat has she just she just destroys. I think she should be more famous. I think you actually getting more famous. Right he's one of those There's there are those viewpoint. Everyone's universally says that thank you. I don't WANNA go next. What's been juggling? Act on in between the Clinton pollens. She's definitely one of was excited to have her. And I mentioned politics. Like politics is getting so Appointments obviously everybody feels that and that's Kinda Fun author shows this weekend is just kind of. Just it's like you WanNa Parklands after Jessica. They're all pollock lenses to show tonight as an all out works out just dropping all crowd work album called it. A hundred percent spent extemporaneous and then The relationship podcast give advice and that whilst embargo lots from this show and if you want to stop thinking about the point cloud of politics this week a good shot yes we would all like to get away from on that. But it's funny. You mentioned crowd work. That is a scary thing. I know some people that you know if a comedian if a woman will cough it'll take the set off off the rails so to just do a crowd work album. That seemed like it's kind of a role of the Diet sets brave famous. Like I I love the so the so more fun for me but it makes the show more personal for their audience like the audience feels like other shows just created for me for now. Album is kind of like well. How do I do alcon work album? Doesn't feel like it was just for the cry at night. And so it's Kinda crew weird concept that's album with. I asked across five questions like what's The craziest night you've ever had a sexually. What's your wildest experience? I've never been arrested. Ah told their story by off of it and it was often very proud of that. I want to just for you. This is the what's it's a funny thing because it's a thin line to walk like I've been told doing shows like this like don't take a call too long because people don't want to hear the caller they wanna hear you but I always think if it's an interesting caller I want to keep them like I've seen crowd work where I'm like. Okay move on because it's like where you're from what your job and I'm like I. I don't care where this guy's from so you kind of think about that. Like I gotta I gotTa move on here that you can do more the one show and you you can edit out the also unionist. I worked person. That's like I really really does. A lot of anger actors like like. He's always. Every crowd has an interesting story to tell. And it's just my job if I didn't I didn't find it. It's not in Washington. Well that's not true. I I work the road. You know. A couple of towns in the Central Valley in California and my early does you know what do you do with the same financing seventy two times mostly every got imagine like no i. I don't care you know it's dangerous and that's about it that's like you throw. It's like throwing up in a way that spectacular. Yeah make sure it's not a dud literally you know it's like did have the couple more questions for most she cash in town for Sketch fast hometown here. He's from the Oakland. I don't know if you remember when you came in but you took a picture sir inside the wall we have. Everyone signed the wall. And I bring that up because our Chevallier you know. He signed things like I killed. Jesus and then he put a star of David but I bring him up because he wrote on the wall. Moshe casher hates Jews so anything he can write to cause is a problem right. I mean it's funny for the to talk to media. All comedy was particularly juilliard for the one of the news. Listen we all. I'll give you a little bit south in a very small way. I guess he's right but Rachel Feinstein did right on the wall hair. Everyone here hates Jews. I become one of those things. You AH THE ANTI-DEFAMATION League down here it's like we need to paint over these walls One of the things. Yes I the corporate fundraiser. I believe we let Rafi others. There's no doubt about it Speaking of The East Bay. I know that you've worked with Chelsea Peretti you went to school with her but then she also went to grammar school with Andy. Sandberg it's it's amazing uh-huh well what was then the four one five but now the five one oh something about going to attend in uh-huh schools as a little. You Know Jewish that make you find a way to make yourself funny so I guess US check into all boys Catholic High School in Richmond and there were lots of Jewish kids and I said how can be coming to a Catholic school. And they're like my parents would ever send us to the Public School. Did you knock the Patriots have. Let's now You also you were down there at Santa Barbara and do you ever get back to Isla Vista because that's such a beautiful party school but it's also a you you see so you can learn something. I loved my time. It's funny that I was caught crowd surfing because obviously I there's a lot of work but also because the last five years I started which is very funny thing when you think about the fact that I went to school in Santa Barbara Wire I arrested. All of my crime is not spending and then right when I turned thirty. Five and seven pondering my own demise. I was like she's. It's like a fine for extra sports. I know now your dad. You can't do stuff like that. I want to paddle out there is. He's trying to escape all right. You can check out motion tonight. He'll be at the Swedish American Hall For the Crowd Surfing volume one album. Release with Brent Wambach once again. Four o'clock with his lovely and talented wife. Natasha Lazaro. That'll be the only endless honeyman podcasts at Marines memorial and then at ten thirty tomorrow night at COBB's it's that iron comics show with NATO green and lots of other great comics. Moshe thanks for being on the show if you ever get a chance when you're doing doing one of the local clubs we'd love to have studio again. I come back I guess go well. I'm from Oakland so I'm kind of on it but you you can say what you want. I I don't know if they're trying to support the boys to myself and on it there you go you your all inclusive. Thanks a lot. Michelle toxin all right good stuff. That's mostly cashier. And let's go to New York City where we have Charlie. Oh Charlie's not on hold anymore. Okay Charlie if you want to call back you can give us a call back one one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play. I'm sure somebody you know I would love to Like I said you know if if anybody tweets out this Frankie Jerry thing would be like. He's a minor. You should not be making fun of minors. And when you look at the kid he looks like such a sweet kid. He's kind of Chubby. Little freckle faced kid but once again I just WanNa read with the petition says because it has thirty five thousand signatures. This is from high school junior. Kay He didn't have anyone proofread it. He didn't proof. Read it it. It's just five lines lines. It will get more money period and more visitors to gain period. Nf I will get more viz on views because because most government jobs have off have two more children to enjoy their beloved game on TV or at venue. Most most of your playoff games are on Saturday. Probably have to prices be cues more visitors will go charlie and Manhattan. Is that how you guys spell back there. There is that how we what spell.

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"casher" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

15:01 min | 2 years ago

"casher" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Geneva Moshe Tasha hey guys. How're you doing? Good House billings. Oh you know it's it's good. It's billings I love billings things. I Love Montana. I've been there billings. Is it like a big city. It's the big city right. It's the biggest city in Montana. It's the big city of Montana. People travel here parts you Do Their shopping and other such big city things. High once jumped off a bridge in billings Montana into a river. Ah which wait which bridge. Well probably twenty years ago and it was a bridge that kind of stopped in the middle of a river. It hadn't been completed and so does that ring a bell. Oh No not at all. I would've been five at that point so well. Okay Hey Geneva do who you voting for in the presidential election. Well you don't have to say but here's the thing you live in Montana. Vote is worth like four hundred votes. Isn't it yeah. You have great power great responsibility on your fingertips right now. Geneva choose wisely. Yeah well I think at this point it'll either be warrant or sanders. We love it. We don't call them yeah ours either. We call them Colonel Sanders Colonel Sanders Sanders. There's you know You may not know this but the One of the marks of distinction in politics in Montana is that there is at your senator body slammed rammed reporter for asking him a question. Yeah he's a total garbage bag not not a fan real real bad guy. I Love Montana and I love your state and in fact. I think Natasha are coming there. This this summer to We're going to go check out the Big Sky Montana. Well we're did not say what I'm going to Mont we're going to yellowstone which is mostly in Wyoming. We're going to swing through Montana because I think it's so beautiful and I think you'll love it there. You Go Natasha Tasha you'll love it. Take my word for it really. It's truly a beautiful special place. Oh cool I'm excited. I actually know nothing about it. It's got a big sky and a lot of anti breath billboards the last time I was there. Yeah Yeah Anti Math billboards and pro-life billboards so you'll love it. You'll love it. Actually talker might not like it because she loves abortion and is a methamphetamine addict. So Okay Geneva tell us why you called okay so And I have been dating my boyfriend for a pretty long time. We've been together for about a year and a year in some change. ENJ and We seem to work through problems pretty well except for one thing. which is his massage therapist? Coast is also his ex girlfriend and like this. This is an a very very serious ex-girlfriend like marriage And every time we talk about it it ends up in a really big fight because I feel like he doesn't understand why that makes me uncomfortable massage. How often every Tuesday? I think Gosh every I would say every two months maybe but yeah it's still so it's happened like eight eight times. Yeah and that. And that's that's a lot I think. Yeah and I talked to your ex girlfriend. Gave you off on. Say Oh Geneva Geneva. It's so weird I mean it's beyond weird uh-huh okay honestly. I feel like I might even have just needed validation to know that like my feelings are are accurate because I WanNa know some of the things you bring up to him like are you like. Couldn't you use a different massage therapist. Obviously that's the first thing you'd say. What does he respond with? Why does he need to be with her? I was I was GONNA say Geneva. What's weird what's we're it's definitely funny and the most funny thing I've heard all night and I've heard some very strange in the last year on Monday but it's definitely a funny that he does that? But what's weird and making me like alarm bell is that He. He doesn't respond. Well would you say that makes me uncomfortable. I WANNA give them the benefit of the doubt. Look it's Montana. You don't have a lot of people. There's probably four sauce therapists in the entire states professions. Johnson's therapist nope. She works at the fish farm. She's she's a salmon fisherman. Oh my God we let me ask you this. has there ever been anything around the massage. Like where he was supposed to come home afterwards but then he's like Oh. I'm GONNA stay at this massage. Or does it ordinal Oromo. It all feels very on the level. It's just he won't give it up it's just do you think he's sex with her. No I honestly don't feel like I don't have any suspicions at all but it is just the idea of him being like but ass naked we get in a room with his ex girlfriend and it's just the idea of it. That makes me really uncomfortable especially since I never like. I don't know this woman I've never met her and she just seems like this various secret I don't know it just feels really icky and I he you know I explained to him like I. Don't you know I won't necessarily ask you to find a new massage therapist but I just want you and Ah Boorda on Geneva now no okay I found I found I found the problem because I'm I'm over here thinking here's how this conversation conversation should go. I'm the Guy Geneva you come to me come to me and tell me what you're what you're Y- you tell me your issue. I'm your boyfriend I'm i. I love salmon a ride horses. I Love Montana. My boots are caked with mud of red clay way that it's actually pretty accurate but So I feel uncomfortable with you getting massages judges from this woman. I think there are I know. For a fact there are many other massage. Therapists in billings. That are probably just as good. I just I I guess that would be it. I here I go here. We go ready. Yeah hold on. Let me finish this salmon. L. Mytalk the boys and poisoned Barry. What kind of Berry got those fund berries huckleberry sauce on the salmon that I just caught fresh out the river honey Geneva Geneva? Let's have a little convention. Let's have a little Geneva Convention. Hey Hey hey. Don't make fun of me vis-a-vis my favorite comedian. Moshe casher love that you know what honey I assure you. Nothing is is going on between me and my ex and I promise you absolutely. Nothing's going on but hearing your concern. You mean so much watch to me that just because it makes you uncomfortable. I will find another massage therapist. Now that that's what that's what you should. That's the obvious thing Nisei and then he could say something like you know what she's important to me. Because I had a long relationship with her so would you. Would you be okay with me. Having coffee with her her once a year or something like that. I mean the idea. That he can't break himself away from her slathering his ripple salmon fisherman bobby with with oil. I mean. It just doesn't make sense. It doesn't make sense. I I got a massage probably once a month more than that. I love massage. And it's like if something something even slightly weird uncomfortable happened with a massage therapist and the Tasha didn't want that person around. I just feel like okay. Go to a different massage therapist right. We I want to know what what has he said when you've asked him about what's his response. So he's he's been like well you know. Is it like do you not trust me Do you think that there's something going on between us and I obviously say no 'cause I I truly don't believe there's anything going on I just I explained and you know this is. This is how I feel. And he says well massage is really important for my healing or whatever. She's the Best I've been able to find and I want to support her business. And and all of this and then it it sort of ends up in a place where I I look like. I'm not supporting what he needs and wants which is always a weird weird place to be in? Because I like. That's it's not not the case but I guess it's just finding that balance between honoring my discomfort while also like allowing having to make his own decisions. I don't know any very he actually he. He offered to buy me a session with her. He's like you're you're going to love it. You'll never come harder in your life and it's just I think his insistence to keep seeing her is just. It just makes me uncomfortable. Did he break up with her. Did he break up with her. Yes so it sounds like maybe he feels a little title guilty to like. He bought like a twelve pack of her massage for her business and like he's trying to support it and maybe he feels guilt and it's his way of like you know trying to like be like. I'm sorry that I am not marrying you. There's terrain there's a term. I hate to use as a world still. I don't know if it's bothering you like Moshe said you should get out right okay. There's a term for the way that he was talking to you. I hate to use like a woke doc buzzword but it's a term for that it's called gas lighting. Make you feel crazy for your own discomfort. Let me get. I'll tell you a little story hate that. Hey Ah yeah it's it's it's awful. I'll tell you a little story. I once went on a date. This is when I was first in therapy for trying to figure out how to be in a relationship attention this long before. I met Natasha. I went on a date with a woman and we went on one date I bought dinner and we went on another date and she invited to people to come on the day. That was actually a whole other bizarre story. which was that the couple? I'll just quickly tell you the couple. The woman had met the man on a suicide hotline. She she was calling oh she was calling as a suicidal person. He was the counselor he then somehow roped her into dating him brought her into a and became her sponsor it was the most toxic that shit ever heard in my life. But that's neither here nor there. She invited these two people out. We went out to eat and at the end of the meal I was young I was broke and young. I didn't have any money at the end of the meal. I didn't pay for her meal right and when we got home because she had invited these people it was awkward. I paid for my portion. I was young. Whatever we got home that night? We've been dating. Everything had been kind of exciting. She kind of freaked out on me and was like really upset that I didn't you pay for the meal. Felt devalued Blah Blah. Whatever I went and talked about it in therapy the next day and she said it was? She said it's okay that she default that way that she felt devalued or that she wanted you to pay for a for the meal but there's no way she's never heard of someone going Dutch. There's no way that that was a new concept that it just like. She couldn't believe that someone had gone Dutch on a date. That's how I feel about your boyfriend like he might. He has the right to feel defensive of this relationship with this woman and assuming he's not doing anything untoward or weird. He has the right to feel defensive in his relationship with this woman has the right to to say you know I just it up. It's Weirds me out that you think this is not cool. But there's no possible way A. He's stupid enough that he can't imagine a world in which his current girlfriend would be uncomfortable with regular naked massages Sasha's from his ex fiancee he and that's how he's talking to you. He's talking to you as though he can't. He's never even heard of a person so crazy and paranoid that they wouldn't be totally comfortable with regular nude oil rubbed unless he's like really deeply not attracted to this woman his ex no no but even then he still has to give Geneva the the the conversation could be. I wouldn't like it but it could be look. I know you're uncomfortable with I. I get that you're uncomfortable with it. You're totally reasonable to be comfortable with it. Here's why it's not weird but it's not that it's what are you talking about. Don't you trust to me. I think you're why are you being paranoid about me. Don't you understand that massage is important to me. It's like complete like psychic gas lighting. Not I hate it. I don't know Geneva needs to be a little more strong and needs to say you know it's not that I need you to find another person. It is that you needed to find another person you need to be you know. Plan your three sentences you want to say and repeat to him over and over the next time you have this conversation. I've thought about it. I don't know if it makes me unreasonable or not. But I do need you to get a new massage therapist because I'll never be comfortable with this relationship. That and during the she needs to say anything. 'cause like say and it's not that I'm saying that I think that you're cheating on me. Do you know what I mean. 'cause he's GonNa take their bright. What's what's the thing she can say? Data absolve herself from that. I usually do a thing I go. I usually do a thing I say. Hey Okay you think this is totally normal. Let's ask five of your friends and five of my friends if they think it's normal. Let's take a little poll of the room and if you ask ten people in Montana that's an entire town that's a whole district. I mean seriously sleep. Run this up the flagpole to see if this doesn't stink to anybody else I mean I'm pretty liberal and I have relationships with a pretty much. All of my ex is is that I've dated and I'm friends with them all. Go hang out with them. The tushes met a lot of them. I don't I would never say. Can I get a regular massage. It's yeah it's just like even though I would no I could trust myself..

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"casher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"casher" Discussed on KOMO

"Casher shirty, Toconas posting the five hundred thousand dollar bond that afternoon emerging from court with a sweater overhead. At a navy race. It. For nearly two weeks. Multiple agencies have been searching for any sign of the fifth year old mother last seen dropping her children off at school on may twenty fourth new Canaan police now sending out this robo-call asking residents for their help in the search. If you have a surveillance video system at your residence or business, and it captures activity, we request that you save. The video is still behind bars. He has not posted on the prosecutor in court saying they anticipate more charges are coming a published paper to different headlines for unique research team here in the northwest. Komo's Brian Calvert explains the recent distinction for Oregon Health and science university. Getting your work published in a medical journal. It's one of the highlights in the life of a researcher. So it's fairly easy to understand why Dr Xu crop. Metallica is on one of lives. Highs this week. His job was to offer some perspective on the process of editing genes as a way to prevent disease and that perspective was published this week in nature medicine. Lots of people think that we shouldn't be doing genetic diseases using genetic tool that we use today. Revelations of the world's first gene edited babies in China last year led to calls for a moratorium on all research along these lines. He says the research can help though it can lead to the prevention of inherited disease because we have thirty eight but complete dancing is fitness therapy, will be Woody mean you know on the delivered to Beijing. So quite some yet, as proud as he is of the perspective trying to offer the researcher is beaming for a second reason, not only did he get published. But this work was completed with the help of his seventeen year old son. Paul, definitely learning curve, China understand all this complex terminologies, e Paul was interning for his dad this year and actually helped write this paper he decided to, to give him a co-op because he can do it. So my shit in the writing. So at age seventeen he's published in. The medical journal, has part of a dad and son research team. In case you're wondering Paul is hit it off to Stanford to study medicine next year. Point, the things I'd be like oh, wow. I made this announce this paper. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. There's some buzz on the internet about a swarm of bees that delayed a baseball game for nearly a half hour this past weekend. ABC's Scott Goldberg reports the Padres were hosting the Marlins in San Diego..

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Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

The Frame

06:02 min | 2 years ago

Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

"The annual up-front are taking place this week in New York City. It's when broadcast and cable networks gathered to unveil their fall lineups and make their pitch to advertisers today. Disney announced its plans to buy com casher of Hulu for no less than five point eight billion dollars giving Disney full control of the streaming site. Bloomberg news reporter, Lucas Shaw told me what Disney plans to do with its new acquisition all the executives who that asked. Today said it was too soon to know, you know, one divide that we know is that is neat. Plus or all of the family fund friendly has classic Disney programs so Pixar, and then also some marvel and in Star Wars who is going to be home to more of the adult show. So like, the FX network which had American horror story and people for so Jay and pose those shows are likely to live on. Hulu how exactly that's gonna work still being sorted out. Some of the other networks, you know, what's the different shows on ABC or could end up in in both places. And also dizzy has ESPN plus which is going to be sports streaming service. So Disney total will have what five streaming platforms in the next couple of years or four at least by the end of this year. It'll have the three big ones of of Disney, plus. Who and ESPN plus, and then there may be some some smaller one round the margin. But I think if you're gonna put all of its investment into those three as John Landgraf, the head of FX said this morning, there's not a whole lot of sense in being a smaller streaming service competing now that you have some of these huge companies, apple Amazon. Netflix is knee AT and T com. Asked all kind of racing toward the same place. John Landgraf also says he's letting FX now go away. And instead the streaming for FX will now go on Hulu. So it does feel like there's a massive consolidation even between the FOX and Disney and ABC assets right now. Yeah. And it's funny. You know, we used to talk about in the entertainment business. There's a lot of talk about the six meters ios, and that was mostly in reference to the movies, but it's true and TV too and that six has shifted where you still because of the consolidation. The Disney is is still a really big player. Universal is through Comcast which owns it. But you know, have the. Of the tech guys seated at that table thing that also seems to be happening is that the networks are canceling a lot of shows, and obviously that are going to be introducing new ones does it feel as if they're higher profile shows that are now being axed. The number of shows that really matter on broadcast has gone down. You know, you look at what the ratings are what the shows that people are talking about. And they're just not a lot of new broadcast hits every year. You know, when you were talking making reference to big shows getting cancelled one of the big shows that you think got cancelled with was empire, you know, just four years ago that was the big new hit on TV. You know, great news for FOX it added viewers every week season. Finale was watched by like seventeen eighteen million people and just a few years later the audience for that show is really shriveled. It's not even one of the sixty most watched shows on on TV anymore. So it seemed to make sense for FOX to have that end after six season, and then the type of show that really capitalizes and an audience every year like empire did a few years ago is few and far between you've had empire that this is compare that the number of sexy shows that have come out on streaming or on cable in recent years in broadcasts and share of pop culture, just shrinks every year dizzy. His obviously been on a spending spree and buying a lot of the assets of Twentieth Century, Fox. And now, it's Hulu deal. Are there are other networks and media companies that feel like they're a little bit behind is there one network. In other words, that has more to prove at the up front than others right now that, you know, the companies that have a lot to prove or actually the the smaller media companies that own cable network, most of the companies that own a big broadcast network CBS NBC ABC FOX are in a little stronger position because the audiences for those broadcast networks are still quite large. Whereas the audience is for a lot of these smaller cable networks the ones owned by discovery. Viacom, AMC networks aren't a little more little more of a challenge. But among the four broadcast networks NBC and CBS are far ahead of their competition. ABC announced that it is cancelling an Oscar host for next year's award show. The head of ABC said they were so pleased with with how the show went this year the ratings were up, and they announced that on the same day that they said that Jimmy Kimmel was sticking around for another three years. So it would have seemed like if you wanted to have him come back as as Oskar host. You might put that announcement together. But Franken is as you're as somebody who watches the Oscars. I thought it worked pretty well. Without a host didn't talk specifically about NBC. It's part of Comcast. And NBC universal is going to launch its own streaming service. How does it affect shows like the office, which right now is available on Netflix? But might be going away is that the right impression the fate of shows like the office and friends and some of the reruns that are quite popular on Netflix is is is up for debate right now what you have is companies like Comcast and AT and T who studios own though shows trying to decide what they want to do with them because they're coming up with their own streaming services. You certainly want to have if you're Comcast. You wanna have the office on the NBC universal streaming service. If you're eighty and he Warner media, you wanna be able to offer friends on yours, but you get paid so much money by net flicks for those reruns, and you get to expose that show to to a bunch of those. You're netflix. It's the largest audience if any streaming service, so what they may do is take an of a almost like a timeshare approach where it'll it'll exist on both. And it's not so different. You know, friends is on Netflix now, but reruns are also vailable on traditional TV on different cable networks, and so you could see media companies do that or they may choose to remove the show altogether. They haven't announced plans brighter, those programs yet

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"casher" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"casher" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Something mad in the history of this show that I wanted coffee and couldn't drink it. Yeah. There's there's obviously something going on because Maggard Matt was triggered. He's torturing me. I swear it's torture. He's torture me. I like to think he doesn't know what he's doing. I'd like to think this is pure and wild random and incompetent is called priming. Actually, it's priming our brains give you prime to a topic and suddenly become something you're thinking about working with. So we talking about particularly saying I wanted it that he wanted it persuasion works that way too. Well, it is it is if you want to if you want to dive into it a little bit I've done a couple thousand shows Matt's never come in with the pot of coffee off. And yet that seems like a very sort of. Flamboyant way of saying look this good coffee. And you and you and you made the joke about him being like a waitress at a cafe. But that's kind of what it was. Hey, I get some coffee. You know? I'm really to give you something. Good and warm something that drew really would like right now longs for incredibly. Well. Yeah. But it's. No. But it's interesting, and it's. You you bring up a subject the subject get Indian adult put emotional content into the subject, which is the persuasion part. Yes. Because you talked about how great it was how I miss how you lamented knifing partake in that made us who can partake go. Well, it's a good thing. Metric up of coffee. The tire time. We've done this podcast. And and and back there with a flurry enjoying it. That was what caught my eye. Anyway, Chris Gary, you get the I'm db. All right. I just listen basically by the name of the comedian and the end the year of the special so you getting into zone where people at least like the stand ups or by my range zero zero to ten and anyone in the fives is going to be not a good thing. And as you get into the sevens and eights, there's only better thing, you only got two five on here out of about fifteen so we'll start with Elisa her twenty sixteen special rated six point five twenty seventeen special rated seven point two for ralphie may his two thousand six special seven point five two thousand seven seven point two thousand eight six point six two thousand twelve six point five two thousand thirteen five point five two thousand fourteen six point seven Gad. Is it Emlyn MLA? Okay. The first one of everyone's five, okay? The last one twenty eighteen seven point two for the tasha and Moshe casher special from twenty eighteenth six point eight such a good story Christine. Appease 2017 Netflix specials. Six point four Amy Schumer twenty nineteen five point three Tom sikora's dweller some haters. Yeah. Twenty fourteen outing seven point eight and his twenty sixteen outing seven point five all right now. Adam Corollas IMDB number. Nine point. Oh, there you go through but not good enough to get on net flex. No. Of course, not. You can't find you cannot name a comedian who gets into the eights and nobody in the nines..

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"casher" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"casher" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"All right. What's first thing? Demand on defense. What seven you got to take away to secondary? What's third venue? You gotta do out of a time out. No that in a scramble. So you can turn it over. All right. I still look may when Zion lames went out Zion. Williams was a bad match Carolina. When we he went he went out. Luke maye became a bad match up for Duke and Duke showed no discipline whatsoever. Having said that my gut is that Zion plays and do Quinn's. How I just got a dissertation bad. They're they're gonna wind up taking. Here's my problem. I can undermine is different than yours. Mike and under is that I never think. And maybe it's happening. I don't have it in front of me. And I really don't care. But my my thing is do Carolina never disappoints it disappointed in the first game. Because the talk of the first game design Williamson blown out his shoe and Duke not playing defense. I don't think this one's going to disappoint. I think that Duke is going to play. Well, but I think North Carolina's gonna beat them. Now having said that Seth I know what's going to happen. I know because nobody ever sweeps this thing going to do some weird stuff and win the game. But I love the way Carolina's plan, I'm taking Carolina, and I hope that Zayn Williamson's back. I hope that vertigos done with old ROY. And I hope everything's good in Chapel Hill or wherever the hell they're playing a game. So I'm taking this Carolina sweeps. I think they do. I do they do. I look I think this thing is so fluid like all of a sudden Michigan state loses Indiana, and I still saw them on the to line. I think there's a lot of stuff yet to be determined here set. And I think that's one of who's going to be one in two. I agree. I agree. I last game number seven Michigan at number nine Michigan state at eight PM eastern on. On the call on the call. So can I pick it or? No, you may really. I don't think. So I won't tell anyone. All right. I'll pick it. What the hell? I'll pick it. I'm gonna pick a tie because I don't wanna hear from anybody. I don't wanna hear anybody's all over me. I'm going to pick this. I'm gonna tell you the right now the fans are going to boom, e I'm gonna go do it's thing. They're gonna chant. We hate dockage because Michigan state, and I don't get along. I love Izzo. And is a love me. I love Beland my son played for him. But since I'm doing the game. And I see every other host. Curb street and the rest they don't pick the game. I'm going to say it's going to be a tie. All right. That's good. First time his accounts fast. Give me the keys I'm gonna make you, you know. What are the keys to this game? Dan. You can't go eight to ten minutes which Michigan can do not score. Because Michigan gets as you say stuck on offense. And they don't. And they don't have anybody that can just shoot them out of it. Now Iggy bras Dake is at times Jordan at times. But I'll tell you this Jordan pulls got a little too cool for Jordan pool and school. So I'm saying you can't go on these five six droughts. If you don't and you're Michigan. He got chance to win the game because Michigan state Michigan state can go through a bit of a drought to Indiana. I thought guard on the entire the entire time and guard him very well. I'm interested, but Michigan. Seth Michigan goes too much too. Many too many too many droughts in scoring and Kansas flat jump up and shoot their way out of them. If Thomas wins this game, this'll be this will be the best coaching job. He's done because you think about thirty four points. You know, Josh light for a Nick ward casher, switch the wonder if he's just worn down just worn down 'cause he's asked to do so much, and he's got it at a high level..

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"casher" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"casher" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Or like, my friends who are thirty. And they can only do mills porn now. I'm sure you did listen to the butterfly effect yellow. Yeah. Talking about what's in it. Yeah. Does he? Yeah. Yeah. John John consulted with John a lot for loan related, prog people that don't know. I think is a Muslim born in St. about paying people in how what's his name Julian? Yeah. The guy who kind of figured out porn hub. But this kind of goes into like, you couldn't do that for TV and film, they stopped that. But because it's porn people are like. We total. There's so much self aid. And shame. Yeah. And there's so much mystification around. How it works that nobody can really talk about. So. Yeah. John, and John is John is really awesome. That's actually one of the only maybe the only thing about porn by an outsider. That's good. Just there's almost nothing. So he really did a good job on that. But I remember what I was gonna say he talked about the gap of girl can either be like a teenager. Right. A mill. Yeah. So like when they're shooting when she's like twenty eight. Yeah. They're just like well, see you when you're thirty four. Yeah. Whatever it is. And it's like no one so flipping gymnast or any like outta here. Grandma. You just fifteen helped me realize I sort of feel the same way about the Olympics as I do about foreign joking. I'm like, you have someone like barking orders that you getting you up keeping you in shape. You're right. There's weird moves super athletes thought it, and then there's a time when you're no longer relevant. Yeah. And of course, there's like Greg Louganis. And so even the sexuality gets into the pick sometimes of the pool. Into so. So what was I saying now? Oh, so this. Yeah. Like, I spend probably eighty five percent of my time talking about stuff talking about sex and sexuality doing activism to convince people that sex is no big deal. Meaning like, it's just like anything else, it's constitutive of being human. So you like, we don't we literally don't exist without it. It's part of us just like eating talking like eating sandwiches more like playing more like having a conversation. So like I'll come back to that in a second. But then you have to go through that that total normalization neutralizing of sex. And then you can see the things that are distinct and interesting about it. But until you go through that first part, you don't really have a right to talk about the second part. You have to sort of reduce it down to something. That's really no big deal at all. It's not really even special or even some ways. Interesting. And then you can start thinking about wide is interesting. It's interesting because someone raising a daughter where like what are we going to tell? Maybe law about sex. And obviously, I want to be very positive and not give her the baggage that I that. I was given through my church, and yeah, it wasn't really. It wasn't my parents. My dad was always like, you sink, the Bismarck, yet pita generally even know to me still. Still it's a submarine. And it looked like a day. So it's like did you submerge the submarine in what in World War who? Oh, yeah. Yeah. China's are watery grave, and I. I. And he remembers that from when I was born. So my parents, and my mom was not anti sex. But I so you're thinking, okay. And I really love for you on pack this. Okay, I'm thinking. Okay. Well, you tell her sort of like the modern version of prudence, which is sex is special as I'm going against what you did. And I know that I'm just like sex is a gift it's a special thing that you share with people that you care about. And so, but even there there are hints of so don't be at trowel up. Right. So there is some sex. Shame even in my. We haven't done this yet. She won't we don't wanna this conversation tomorrow filter afternoon. In goo goo Gaga. But even I'm realizing my own sort of agenda in saying that it might kind of sound a little bit woke. But I'm really saying like well don't. But then you don't want it to get pregnant. There's always that sort of well, Well, you you know, know. are you friends with Moshe casher? Okay..

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Juno Becomes World's First Graphene Skinned Plane

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Juno Becomes World's First Graphene Skinned Plane

"The recent Farnborough airshow 2018, aerospace engineers from Britain's university of central land casher presented what they stayed is the world's first graphene skinned aircraft known as the Juneau the three point five meter wide unmanned plane could be a sign of things to come developed in partnership with the Sheffield, advanced manufacturing research centre, the university of Manchester's national graphing institute. And hi, Dale graphing industries, judo additionally, features graphing based batteries and three d. printed components. It's skin, though is where the real action is consisting of one atom thick layers of linked carbon atoms. Graphene is not only the world's strongest man made material, but it also is high. Highly conductive both thermally and electrically because it's so strong. An outer covering of it adds strength to conventional fuselage material, which then allows for less of those materials to be used leading to significant wheat reductions. And as a result aircraft, incorporating such skins could carry heavier payloads without using more fuel or fly for longer distances on a given amount of fuel. Additionally, because graphing thermal conductivity allows heat to spread throughout the material. It's not prone to ice build up. And finally, the electrical conductivity of graphene causes the energy of lightning strikes to be dispersed throughout the surface of the fuselage as opposed to causing damage throughout localized heating in one area. Not much else is known at this time except engineers planned to conduct tests flights of Juneau over the next two months. And of course keep you updated. As soon as I hear

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Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike

Your Weekly Tech Update

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike

"Zayed's Zayed's could could become become a a thing thing of of the the past. past. Thanks Thanks to to ethic ethic a a bike bike with with the the face. face. We We of of mother mother could could love love electric electric motorcycles motorcycles are are becoming becoming a a bigger bigger and and bigger bigger part part of of the the global global motorcycle motorcycle market. market. The The silent silent revolution revolution of of the the battery battery powered powered motor motor with with all all the the models models becoming becoming available. available. We We can can choose choose between between a a standard standard looking looking e e bike bike that that hides hides its its true true nature nature or or a a future future Ristic Ristic design design that that screams screams high high ride ride on on zero zero emissions. emissions. The The common common challenge challenge all all these these models models still still face face though though is is the the lack lack of of range range that that could could be be about about to to to source source change. However, it's difficult to increase the range on an electric motorcycle to achieve that you need a bigger battery capable of storing, more energy, bigger battery means bigger frame and easy equation that results in a bulky, electric power train. At this point you might as well throw in a few. Hugh more wheels for balance, steering wheel for good measure and call it now. I don't know a car, a group of engineering students from the university of Zurich in Switzerland has actually managed to produce a one off. Motorcycle with a staggering electric range of two hundred and fifty miles. In addition to the range, the bike has a built in quick charge system that can top off its battery in about an hour. The prototype was designed for a school project that challenged the fourteen students to experience all the steps of product development. The result is the all electric ethic. The design is pretty brutal, but it serves its purpose. The mono body unit is a quipped with a massive, lithium ion fifteen kilowatt hour battery. The group explains that the front wheel, braking, dissipate seventy five percent of the energy. So it addressed this reality by adding a front wheel hub motor that will recall. Operate the energy that's dissipated despite its minimalistic look and it's a labyrinth technology. The ethic does retain more classical motorcycle elements, including a lightweight to frame a proper swing arm and a trapezoidal fork out the front of it. Obviously, at this point, there is no talk of production, but the students in Genuity could definitely find some real world applications after all would be easy to market at electric. Motorcycle with the two hundred and fifty mile range, which is more than most gasoline models can travel right now. Hopefully we'll get to see this idea make its way to production. Just please let a design student have a go at it as well. Hyperloop transport faces, many, many hurdles, but until now, how cows can cross the track hasn't really been one of them, but that's going to change as Canadian company. Trans pod sets up its testing facility in a village deep in the French countryside. The current record for high-speed t GV trains could be shattered in the tiny commune of drove in central France. Last week. The company applied for planning permission, which it expects to be granted sometime this year. Hyperloop technology much publicized by Ilan. Musk's enthusiasm involves putting passengers or goods in capsules, which are then projected through depressurized tubes at up to twelve hundred kilometers an hour in their search for the perfect test zone. Transplants researchers hit on the Perez to Lou corridor, which. Has no high speed rail line, but they identified eight, three kilometers stretch of an old now, disused railway passing through farmland transplants, founder and chief executive told, euro news that the project has the backing of both residents and local authorities, but admits they've had to build some quirky demands into their planning application. For example, a farmer who has land on either side of the line wanted them to develop a pathway for animals as little. As you're ago Gendron the founder said that he doubted that anyone in Europe would want to invest in hyperloop technology. Now, investors have committed sixty five million euros transport. Also plans to build a research and development center in southern Italy got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA, the space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans. Code and materials for you to pursue and use. Just make sure you've got an extra twenty five hundred bucks and a bit of engineering know how this thing isn't made out of Lincoln logs. The story is this after curiosity landed on Mars, GPO wanted to create something a little smaller and less complex that it could use for educational purposes. So they created rove e. That's what they're calling it anyway. Traveled with GPL staff throughout the country and showed off what it was capable of unsurprisingly. Among the many questions asked was often whether a class group could actually built one of their very own. The answer unfortunately was no though far less expensive and complex than a real Mars Rover. Roe v was still too expensive and complex to be a class project. So GPL engineers decided to go back to the drawing board and build one that was less. Expensive. The result is the JPL open source Rover may set of plans that mimic the key components of curiosity, but are simpler and use off the shelf components. The OS are uses curiosity like suspension corner, steering and pivot differential, allowing movement over rough terrain and the brain is a raspberry pi. You can find all the parts in the usual supply catalogs in hardware stores, but you'll also need a set of basic tools of bandsaw to to cut change. metal. 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Hopefully WalMart we'll get supercenter to see this idea really make its isn't way to much production. fun, Just please but what if you could let do it a design from the comfort student of your own have home a go at through it as virtual well. reality, the world's biggest retailer wants to find out Hyperloop according transport to filings faces, with the US many, patent many and trademark hurdles, but office. until now, The company how has applied cows for two can patents cross that the detail track a virtual hasn't really showroom been one of and them, fulfillment but that's going center to change that as Canadian would company. connect Trans shoppers pod clad sets in VR up headsets its testing and facility censor packed in a village gloves deep to in a three the French dimensional countryside. representation The current record of a for WalMart. high-speed Store t GV customers could trains wander could digital be shattered aisles in from the home tiny and commune grab items, of which drove would be immediately in picked central up and France. shipped from Last a fully week. automated The company distribution applied for center. planning permission, The filing which is it part expects of WalMart's to recent be granted push into sometime virtual reality this year. and Hyperloop area that holds technology promise for brick much and mortar publicized retailers by Ilan. struggling Musk's enthusiasm with the massive involves costs putting associated passengers or with goods store in upkeep capsules, and labor. which are then projected This could be through a godsend depressurized in tubes February at the retailer up to twelve acquired hundred spatial kilometers an land hour a startup in their search that for makes the perfect software test tools zone. to create Transplants virtual reality researchers experiences. hit on the Spatial Perez land is housed to Lou inside walmarts corridor, in house which. tech Has no incubator high speed rail store line, number but eight, they which identified last year eight, hosted three kilometers a v. stretch commerce of an old gala now, in disused Los Angeles, railway Agadi passing affair by through WalMart farmland standards that transplants, celebrated founder the five and Witters chief executive of told, WalMart euro news competitions that the project to find has the the best backing ideas of both residents in the space. and local WalMart authorities, but is admits moving aggressively they've had to build into the some digital quirky realm demands at the same into time that their Amazon planning application. and other technology. 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The Alexis go works on the Amazon echo, show the echo spot, the fire TV, and. Fire tablets. You can't currently ask Alexa to show an event from specific time, but you know, it's just a matter of time previously. You could only say things like Alexa, pull up the front door life feed to see what was happening in real time, but you couldn't actually view saved clips. This feature is currently only available in the US, but it will be expanding to other countries very soon tricking through a crowded cavernous. WalMart supercenter really isn't much fun, but what if you could do it from the comfort of your own home through virtual reality, the world's biggest retailer wants to find out according to filings with the US patent and trademark office. The company has applied for two patents that detail a virtual showroom and fulfillment center that would connect shoppers clad in VR headsets and censor packed gloves to a three dimensional representation of a WalMart. Store customers could wander digital aisles from home and grab items, which would be immediately picked up and shipped from a fully automated distribution center. The filing is part of WalMart's recent push into virtual reality and area that holds promise for brick and mortar retailers struggling with the massive costs associated with store upkeep and labor. This could be a godsend in February the retailer acquired spatial land a startup that makes software tools to create virtual reality experiences. Spatial land is housed inside walmarts in house tech incubator store number eight, which last year hosted a v. commerce gala in Los Angeles, Agadi affair by WalMart standards that celebrated the five Witters of WalMart competitions to find the best ideas in the space. WalMart is moving aggressively into the digital realm at the same time that Amazon and other technology. He companies are looking to establish a brick and mortar presence. Amazon acquired whole foods market last year and is also opening cashier 'less stores. While Google is planning a retail flagship store in Chicago. WalMart has filed more than a dozen virtual reality patents. But it's focus has shifted from using VR for internal business, say virtual conference calls to more external shopper focused applications. You used any of the portable bluetooth speakers on the market? A have gone through several over the years myself, but they all left me fairly unimpressed with both be sound and their battery life. I've had all portable bluetooth speakers in the same category. It's a great way to share your music on the go, but they're only slightly better than the mono speaker phone on most smartphones. Now I'm revising that thought in recommending the j. b. l. flip Ford. Not only does this compact portable bluetooth speakers sound also, but it has a rock in battery life that seems to keep getting better with testing on top of that. 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