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"ceram" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Hello Hi. Oh. Hi. I'm hank. Yen here and hang hair. Oh, this Fausto and mark from Feast Fun. How are you guys doing today? Very. Good to hear, we really really enjoyed your appearance on the big flower fights. With, so much gloom and doom in the world. It's so nice to be whisked away into a magical teletubby land. A slightly over the top will then who's on the bottom? A magical land where ten sets of dynamic duos compete to create fabulous flower creation couples over eight weeks, then couples over eight weeks, and the the winner of the show wins one hundred thousand dollars and America's next drag superstar. Is that right well? They also get. Only installation into luggage guards. What is the actual like prize? There went rooting for their. They're fighting for over here. In England we only you know, compete for prize. But what was the name of the prize? They gave you well every week that they announced best in bloom. noon, said the last Rosettes, because it was my rosettes that they gave Besson been declared A. and. was just tripled the size. But it was still best implodes and basically we have to do more work because you need to build a floral sculpture at gardens. Oh my God, so the winner does that. The prize is A. Big Free Nyland's static. Then, you go and. Again, That's the price that's that's how we roll over here since you guys already working hugh gardens up as more work. Your competition shows a lot of times. They don't actually get money right real money. Money soulful, awful prize, okay, and that I don't like the winner of Paul's drag race UK. Didn't get any money either right? Oh my God what you need to start a revolution over there. Notice your jobs. Enough. Be doing a lot of that lately. burbs. Tell us about how big. Came together because we really fell in love with this show, it's very much inspired in the style, the great British bake off and the Great British. Be Only in this case, it's mostly. Queer inspired or queer couples. Arranging plants and flowers into these magical creations every week is. That's all straight girls through. JANDA spell competitions for us, which is a British sort of organization that organizes compositional Flora Street proper forestry. Not Florida flower arranging. Sorry, they'll kill me now. Is there a difference between Florus tree and flower arranging? My goodness knock apparently you about this for our this interview is. have to. GonNa. Go this week, but the pound the. Rate. It's all about the elements of design. It I is all about tying things that with wire, sticking it in places. What kind of funny places? Might be funny to. You might be quite enjoyable to other people. I think I've seen that picture in Ceram own. Developing here. But there's something very romantic about working with flowers. Isn't it sticking things in funny places? No. Time couples carrying together and you know coming together to make these flowering it out and battling it out, but there's there's a really good natured spirit to the show, and and there was. One moment in the series where the it was. Anti and Helen. WHO WAS She was a transgender woman and her best friend from the flat that they lived. Are they, are they? Are They France. Italy absolutely Fred. That was the big question. The show is like. Are these people friends? Are they lovers? Everything seemed like they work. They. Are They married each other? Yeah, but we could that question we now and what? I, don't WanNa be like. Have you guys all fucked? Well. We haven't. Tried, really hard, and even in my Dick by wasn't interested. Really. Yesterday. He said that that. Eggplant not big enough for me. That's no reflection what I saw. The principal. But there was a moment in the series were Andy and Helen were building a giant crab on the ceiling. And the whole thing just fell apart and. Tragic, I have never seen such a tragic moment. In any reality television show, and we watch all twelve seasons of repulsed drag race. It was pretty epic and we were all like. I mean it might look traumatic on the screen, but it was just it just came. This pros Chind hold it up for like ten minutes, and then just letting go in the end, and then by that time obviously all the cameras for the ad so they. Wouldn't beautiful motion. It just felt like such a deduction. Moments end up spit on really upset like Oh my God what they will wait for. Weeks and weeks and weeks of Sperber, something falling over and I just wanted to, because they are the loveliest loveliest people you could ever meet. Why are you saying that? Some of the other contestants were kind of mean shady. Course you know what? We are not wearing naming anyone. But there were there were some contestants that were. More keen to win. Aggressive? Okay, that's a very very very thin veil. The front runners. Certainly you know the the actual, realize gay couple of Andrew and right right Andrew are they said in other interviews that you guys actually had a really strong rivalry with Hank. John and that it was that rivalry that drove them to try to excel because this is something for a lot of the contestants. Not Everybody had experience with flowers or more visual art, artists or sculptors. From sort of like a visual background both of them. And I think they very quickly spotted the Jen and I are quite good at what we do, and they become very sort of that to beat us and wanted to beat us so every interview like so how you feeling this week? We just WANNA be hanging. Talk. You guys did win the first challenge I won't. That's not a spoiler there and we were like, but these are so lovely at the so challenge. Go to settle your thing. Am I doing a thing. I'm just telling it as it is. They were very very keen to overtake us. Yards wanting to win the competition as well and that's absolutely fine. That's I think for competition with Graham. Well, that's the thing about the show is that we had these pairs of ten pairs of contestants, but only really like everybody watching it at home. Yeah, it really boiled down to the two gay couples. Are you and Hunkin are best friends, but you're sort of visually read as Kumble. You.

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"ceram" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Hello Hi! Oh. Hi. I'm hank. Yen here and hang hair. Oh, this Fausto and mark from feast, Ifan. How are you guys doing today? Very. Good to hear. We really really enjoyed your appearance on the big flower fights. With so much gloom and doom in the world, it's so nice to be whisked away into a magical teletubby land. A slightly over the top will then who's on the bottom? A magical land where ten sets of dynamic duos compete to create fabulous flower creation couples over eight weeks, then couples over eight weeks, and the the winner of the show wins one hundred thousand dollars and America's next drag superstar. Is that right well? They also get. Only installation into luggage guards. What is the actual like prize? There went rooting for their. They're fighting for over here. In England we only you know, compete for prize. But what was the name of the prize? They gave you well every week that they announced best in bloom. Noon said the last rosettes because it was my rosettes that they gave Besson been declared A. And was just tripled the size. But it was still best implodes. And basically we have to do more work because you need to build a floral sculpture at gardens. My God so the winner does that. The prize is A. Big Free Nyland's static. Then, you go and. Again That's the price that's that's how we roll over here since you guys already working hugh gardens up as more work. Your competition shows a lot of times. They don't actually get money right real money. Money soulful, awful prize, okay, and that I don't like the winner of Paul's drag race UK didn't get any money either right? Oh my God. What the? Start a revolution over there. Notice your jobs. Enough Be doing a lot of that lately burbs. Tell us about how big. Came together because we really fell in love with this show, it's very much inspired in the style. The Great British bake off and the great British sewing be only in this case. It's mostly queer inspired or queer couples. Arranging plants and flowers into these magical creations every week is. That's all straight girls through. JANDA spell competitions for us which is a British sort of organization that organizes compositional Flora Street proper forestry. Not Florida, flower arranging. Sorry, they'll kill me now. Is there a difference between Florus tree and flower arranging? My goodness knock apparently you about this for our this interview is. have to. GonNa go this week, but the pound the. Rate. It's all about the elements of design. It I is all about tying things that with wire, sticking it in places. What kind of funny places? Might be funny to. You might be quite enjoyable to other people. I think I've seen that picture in Ceram own. Developing here. But there's something very romantic about working with flowers. Isn't it sticking things in funny places? No. Time couples carrying together, and you know coming together to make these flowering it out and battling it out, but there's there's a really good natured spirit to the show, and and there was. One moment in the series where the it was. Anti and Helen, who was She was a transgender woman and her best friend from the flat that they lived. Are they, are they? Are They France. Totally absolutely, Fred. That was the big question. The show is like. Are these people friends? Are they lovers? Everything seemed like they work. They are they married each other? Yeah, but we could that question we now and what? I don't WanNa be like. Have you guys all fucked? Well. We haven't. Tried really hard, and even in my Dick by wasn't interested. Really. Yesterday. He said that that. Eggplant not big enough for me. That's no reflection what I saw. The principal. But there was a moment in the series were Andy and Helen were building a giant crab on the ceiling. And the whole thing just fell apart and. Tragic. I have never seen such a tragic moment. In any reality television show, and we watch all twelve seasons of repulsed drag race. It was pretty epic and we were all like. I mean it might look traumatic on the screen, but it was just it just came. This pros Chind, hold it up for like ten minutes, and then just letting go in the end, and then by that time obviously all the cameras for the ad so they. Wouldn't beautiful motion. It just felt like such a deduction. Moments end up spit on really upset like Oh my God what they will waiting for. Weeks and weeks and weeks of sperber something falling over and I just wanted to. Love News loveliest people you could ever meet. Why are you saying that? Some of the other contestants were kind of mean shady. You know what? We are not wear naming anyone. But there were there were some contestants that were. More keen to win. Aggressive? Okay, that's a very very very been bail. The front runners. Certainly you know the the actual, realize gay couple of Andrew and right right Andrew, are they said in other interviews that you guys actually had a really strong rivalry with Hank John and that it was that rivalry that drove them to try to excel, because this is something for a lot of the contestants, not everybody had experience with flowers or more visual art, artists or sculptors. Yeah they they came from a sort of visual background both of them. And I think they very quickly spotted the Jen and I are quite good at what we do, and they become very sort of that to beat us and wanted to beat us so every interview like so how you feeling this week? We just WANNA be hanging. Talk. You. Guys did win the first challenge I won't. That's not a spoiler there and we were like, but these are so lovely at the so challenge. Go to settle your thing. Am I doing a thing I'm just studying it as it is were very very keen to overtake us. Wanting to win the competition as well. That's absolutely fine. That's I think for competition. It was with Graham well. That's the thing about the show is that we had these pairs of ten pairs of contestants, but only really like everybody watching it at home. Yeah, it really boiled down to the two gay couples. Are you and Hunkin are best friends? But you're sort of visually read as Kumble. You.

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"ceram" Discussed on The Property Voice

The Property Voice

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on The Property Voice

"With others. Obviously already mentioned about few to try and stretch game. It's really important that you educate yourself about the custody record Ceram, stretching. And I'm not surrounded science learning something on. Line time which is. You know. Ah Driven. Saying according to. ACC to guy on a mole more. It's just more and more as many purposes Stop Go free hundred properties, not going to be happy. octroi to Incident Moines set. Because I think there is a point wages started. This is not. A very much about. that a so so. So you so often! But work-life balance, which I think is really going back to. Enjoy the facebook and he talks about the three s which a family fitness afraid. If you just constantly guy on the more the? We don't get that freedom. CANOVA's the affects your not just your physical, your mental health because you just get arrested. And what's the first thing that foods by the right side were you don't see. Today because my Jupiter! Be Done gone to school. Place you dynasty. The show is because sorry. Go to work, Areso why approach eight. I'm sorry for me. Are Recite the basing of thoughts. Mine sign is the sign. Enough is enough.

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"ceram" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"Bomber-fighter he'd fly to twenty-five nations limit can't applying twenty five minutes he then becomes a flight commander where he's now planning the bombing mission and what he used to do would show Is crews how much FAC- had in the missions. That he planned off book he'd go on the mission with guys. I believe in this thing. I'm not sending you off there. No wait you've already thrown your twenty-five well nobody needs to know we don't know today. We don't know man fond more bombing missions the World War Two because he used his celebrity and his power and ranked to go off and do the stuff. Even if you don't even have military gets you know three. The American forces always bomb during the day. They're British bonded night. Because the American forces were trying to blow up factories and ammo depots. The Brits were only trying to bomb Germany. I mean they didn't care. We were over Germany. When we let the bombs go good enough for us so And they had reason to be that a full obviously Germany was bombing them but we went during the day which made our missions way carrier and way more dangerous after the war is over Jimmy Stewart remained in now he becomes a reserve in. What would they become the airforce? He stayed in and retired. A lieutenant colonel. He even flew a bombing mission over Vietnam all while. He's this famous after you now. I don't care about famous actor guy. He's I couldn't tell but have that opportunity to just do that. And then instead choose to be an American hero to me that I did meet him years ago. I was a security guard for security company up Beller area and I used to have this nineteen sixty five theory on celebrity status where you were before. Nineteen sixty five live normal house. Someone could go up knocking your door. You answer the door. He lived across street from Lucille Ball. Both to say I literally with with House. He's long vacation to check on them. Knocked on the door and the door opens it so fast. It didn't even look to the people. Well hello there you know. And then we start talking and the walking around the house and telling me what he wants to do and a great guy but what I love. The sound had dinner with him and really pick his brain. Didn't know much about them. Then as as I as I hadn't later years why researched so spent more time a fascinating fascinating true American. What's one question you ask him at this debtor? And where did you guys go to e I? I know you have some great restaurants in your area. I mean Pacino's autumn Battle Shanta back knows but oh I'm sure we'd find someplace how I know I would want I'd wanted is living room. Yeah have him something. Maybe Yeah Yeah. If if he cut with some birds or something I can go for that She what what I want to ask them. I don't believe in asking direct questions. I think I would just say something along the lines of Somalia. The equipped to become a army air pilots. Tell me more about that and sit back and let him talk and not worry about your acting questions and just hear the stories and me and all of a trivia true amazing individual here. What every ad you know from the sound of it. He really did have a wonderful life. Couldn't have no mouth throwing the singer Zinger so so Paul. Thanks so much for coming on. I really appreciate you gave us so much good insight so much good information and and I just wanted to say thanks for coming on so Paul's going to hang out for a little bit but But guys I I just WANNA encourage you next time. You're confronted or interact with the police officer. Maybe keep in mind the fact that they have to go home to a family member to and sometimes they're kinda scared. Some kinds of there are kind of not sure what's going to happen. Keep that in mind. Keep that perspective of mine and remember when you walk in other people's shoes you really do get a different perspective on life. I of course am your host Neal Matthews on behalf of Garrett and myself we want to invite you back here next week of course on Wednesday as we try on other people's shoes. Thank you so much for joining us on other people's shoes. Of course you know. I'm your host Neal Matthews. I WanNa thank you so much for joining us this week. My guest Paul gave us some amazing insight into the mind and the workings day-to-day kind of sort of operations of a police. Detective to me fascinating stuff. Really cool to sit with him. Shout out to my favorite cousin who who loves Paul very much and so do i. So it was great to kind of catch up with Paul speaking of catching up with people. We got a chance to catch up with in my mind. A really amazing blogger. And here's a little sneak peek of next week's episode and instead of allowing those things to shame me and a quiet me I wanted to use them to kind of empower other people. You know it's it's not meant. Our hardships in our failures are not meant to keep us down. They're meant to learn from and to expand our our mindsets expand our growth. And there's a certain point where he finally to say. You know what it doesn't matter what you say. It matters what he says and he's already said that I'm forgiven. So why am I allowing myself to to sit here and suffocate in this any longer? That's right we're going to be sitting with a blogger. Next week not a logger. I knew were Oregon but a blogger. She's an amazing woman and she's GonNa Tell Her story next week and I'm GonNa tell you right now. Ladies specifically this really is a message. Anna in an idea that you really need to rally behind gentlemen. We can rally to this as well. The lady specifically this episode really has you in mind and me as a male only give this gift you to my leany audience out there by the way if you'd like to stay in touch with us in here more episodes past president or future episodes of course can be done at. Oprah'S PODCAST DOT COM at of course we're past present and future episodes do live and of course if you'd like to In any way give to the show. We of course are a nonprofit show. We of course would love that. If you'd like to partner with US financially in any way we've linked R. P. Pal Account Down Below in. Of course you encourage you to give. We will get the tax information to you by the way if you'd like to Follow us on social media. That can be done okay. Podcast show of I bond facebook instagram and twitter. We are on the twitter sphere so please of course tweet. 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"ceram" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"This is a great story because it's already like setting the scene of a port on Western Bay. I'm sensing on C.. Like this is the establishing shot exactly the Western Bay four my mind and it's breathtaking. It serves one hundred ships. A lonely sailors come in and out. They talk about their homes which is weird because Home isn't this whole song about them. Not Having homes except having the C.. You know not all salaries are as committed as our love. Oh Aw and that's why Bernie falls in love with him is because his commitment he's the one seller that doesn't have commitment issues unfortunately has commitment to the APP to brand new. That's what I like about. Just because they're not going back to their homes they can still tell about where they came from know before it could be like their hometown. Because here's a thing of sight out of mind there again drug telling stories if they're not talking about the ocean every sale. He's got the same story well. Well it's there's a lot of water pretty wet. I saw fish wants an end of story and then I came here. They just sit there and drink. Wisconsin Gary Indiana sometimes. It gets lonely on the sea. We cuddle but that's Ceram comfortable to tell we brandy. She works in a bar ride. That's you know fitting. Her name is brandy jurors bar. She was born in the bar but this also they don't. They're not clear on when this takes place yeah and I'm picturing like an old timey I think every storytelling I figure I picture being like from days of your but like an old time sort of like British seaport and I'm just thinking like you know her name. Probably wouldn't it'd be Brandy Midge or something or I don't know I now and sprinting care for what your Jack. The ripper story details the man. I always picture This is Nobody else's but you know in March of the march of the wooden soldiers. That was on every Thanksgiving afterwards or beforehand. There was always Laurel and hardy short where they have to try and get sailors sailors to be on the ship and the sailor bar. That's what I always picture. Is this sailor bar full. Oh you're absolutely right. No one will know. You're uh-huh I told you I told you I want your Jack The ripper version. What happens to be honest? This is the one damn story song that doesn't end with like somebody being murdered. Yeah he gives her a locket Jack The ripper is is the salaries like I'll go. Do I go home to see. And then I'm going to prostitutes choose deal. I'm not good at this okay so anyway so we need we brandy. She works in a bar a And the seller is all the same brand your finger with a good wife. You would be your steal sailor from a sea Doo Doo Doo. Okay okay. So we're like our brand new. She's she's a great life you know. Yeah and she's probably making bank down tips like nobody's business looking in the mirror thinking thinking I am a catch all these sailors say that that I could steal anybody away so the moment I see somebody who catches my eye. They've really helped my self self esteem really set something in motion and I could have my pick of any one of these sailors. Yup but there's only one that I want but here's where it goes. He always Ron. He made it clear he could stay. No harbor was he was his home and this guy that our home. He's the one who's telling that. Sorry about that fishy. Saw One time because he well here. Here's the thing of what are the other sailors are like all right. There's a group of you've attractive girls and there's one friend who is not as attractive and they're like Oh now you could totally get him so pretty and you're so nice you're you're so kind he would be happy to have you. You're funny so funny I don't are you talking about me Michael Starting to offend a good listening but I'm sorry what did you say. No there's but it is kind of like that all you can have anybody who wants. She's like I could have anybody I want. I want him. I'm sorry nope here. No you're going to want to aim lower. You know what. Try An older sailor. Here's the thing. All these guys thing brandy is really beautiful but let's keep in mind that sailors also thought manatees. Were Mermaids the best judge who is beautiful.

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Burning Up Those Stubborn Calories

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

10:04 min | 2 years ago

Burning Up Those Stubborn Calories

"Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Green Wisdom Health show. I'm Janet Lewis and I'm Dr Louis and we are going to educate you this. We gone how to burn up those stubborn calories that all of you are now trying to get rid of from these wonderful holiday season that we had and you might have. I've been trying to get rid of some before the wonderful holiday season we had but it was a great excuse to keep eating so We're going to tell you a few things that you can do. Naturally we're we're going to offer you some supplements recommendations about Some things you can take to help speed it up and burn it up and we're also going to answer some very important questions that you guys have been writing into us Dr Lewis. I'M WANNA put him on the spot because he doesn't really know what I'm going to ask him so we'll see how that turns out anybody's been married word you've been on the spot all those years. Anyway it's kind of fun so we're going to answer things like I follow all the rules but I still can't lose weight. I'm just getting old and my metabolism is slow. It's genetic there's nothing new about weight loss. How many of you have heard that one? I mean we've heard that on these last impounds just won't go away. I feel like I should give up and there are certain foods. I can't stop eating even though I suspect they're bad for me so we're going to help you figure out what to do to stop eating those and don't you have a weight loss pill you can give me. I can't tell you how many times people called our office asked. Do we have appeal. I to this day. Don't believe that we have discovered the magic pill. The doctor lous though I had a lady walk in one time she said. Can you help me lose weight. I said Yep being follow the rules. I said how much you need Lou. She said forty two pounds because she's going to class reunion. I said all right how long long you want me to. Or how long are you going to give me to help you with this. She says three weeks took Munaf out of my pocket opened up. The Blade says wish leg K.. Hey I've tried everything to lose weight. Maybe I need to accept myself as fat and give up my skinny clothes. Don't be doing body shaming that going on in lot now on TV. It's like will. You should not be making fun of people for being overweight but at the same time you should not accept that that is normal because we're healthy because as you're saying hey it's okay if you have diabetes heart attack stroke because you know we're we're just large so we're going to address that it's not your genetics go nutrition and diet strategies that work for others don't seem to apply to me so maybe there's a reason that happening will discuss. And then I lose five pounds and then I regained seven it so frustrating and I know women say that a lot so moon due to eh if any of those statements are resonating with you than hold onto your hats because we are going to tell you perhaps one of the most important secrets of all is at your hormones could be out of whack and there are things you can do about that. So doctor Lewis. I guessed the number one thing that would make you out of whack to gain. Weight is a estrogen imbalance. Well that could be. You've heard me say pesticides. Odds plastics and fire retardants. But there there are so many different things that can and mimic estrogen. There Call Zeno Estrin. ESTROGENS ARE ESTROGEN ESTROGEN MIMIC hers. And that's why us. Men have low testosterone generally and swan little girls develop breast and national cycle many years before they should because we have so many of does that are just prevalent In our society the plasticizers or fe lights And you know you really can't avoid it it's better to do do without as many as possible but You know use glasser. CERAM ACRE CAST IRON. You know when you can but Yeah these estrogen. Mimic IRS Whether you're a man or woman we do a very is trademarked. A Damn Diangelo methane which is the Sharks is end. All three carbon all goes to diangelo methane But that's what you get in Broccoli Cauliflower Brussel sprouts Kale but you know you can't eat eight sixty pounds of that a day and if you could your wife couldn't stand the gas so it's easier just to eat you know the type the dam and that helps take out their conjugate these bad estrogens and the other thing is it helps increase testosterone. It helps increase free and weakly bound testosterone. And I'm sorry Janet I was just talking about a man there I was thinking this was our magic weight loss pill because you know on on on female that damn actually makes a woman get her shape back to the way it was when she was younger. It's through the hips you. You know because that's where the bad estrogen balances stored it's through the Tummy area and hips. And where if you if you need a bra in inner back because you get those fouls where your bra strap goes and you know. I've had women say well I'm not losing weight on. It is like it's not really for White Law. She she usually lose five six pounds. Maybe ten But you're cleaning up your body. People are so adamant soaring trying to clean it. Maligning language tr- so adamant about Detox while he's got a detox every day so the dam is very very important. Man What it did did for me is it made my prostate very very healthy. Well on a woman whenever they tell you that that is the main reason that they can't lose weight. Eight in relation to win a man loses. Weight is because of estrogen dominance. I think it's a stress living with her husband but it could be. I could be wrong. Well we've been on birth earth control pills all the all the kind of things that make estrogen higher. You know eating the meat. That's full of antibiotics. All that stuff you know. They're shot up with all all kind of chemicals that create an estrogen balance. Now you know meet Gets a bad rap and Janice Janez ride about the The antibiotics antibiotics and the ESTROGENS. But don't think red meat's bad you and it's not causing global warming. If people think me causes global global warming they know absolutely nothing about carbon sequestration You don't buy into it but get the good meat nowhere. Your meat comes comes from and make sure it's raised properly well and you should be eating more vegetables as well because I know a lot of this Kito Diet and all that staff you do a whole lot of protein. You should be doing a whole lot of vegetables. Also because that helps absorb the fiber helps absorb some of those Excreted access estrogens on the true. I mean more vegetables but if there's spraying those chemicals on them they're just as bad if not worse I than the mate. So that's why I tell people even if you're not getting any more nutrient density you're not getting the chemicals or the same amount on a chemical so go organic grow your own if he can. That's why Jack Speer Co the survival podcast. He teaches you how to do that. But more vegetables absolutely absolutely better fat absolutely and more of it. I'm a big fan of Kito. That's the one and in all the studies that's the one where people lose twice as much weight as any other died and keep it off and we had a picture of Tony from up in Nebraska and he says thank you Dr Louis Raskin mayor. You ready to get whale. And he's given me a little bit of credit. I won't Tony. You look good hundred pounds lighter and I'm glad I could help but you've got to take credit. You did the work and you had the motivation. So God bless you. You're an inspiration to other people. Exactly he did the work. which is the big deal? No excuses Tony. You never had them. And that's why you got success. So our problem with burning up those stubborn calories number two do is excess n Selanne and which we check that on lab and most doctors. Don't would you talk a little bit about the lab for those of you that or new to listening to our podcast You know we had a lady in here yesterday. This YUP got a couple of panels a lab and we were like. Oh boy what. Two three hours hours for the doctor's office to send it to us and then we were disappointed is lying when you're talking about this excess estrogen and you're talking about insulin. Can you explain a little bit about what you do differently. And what you're running and what you're looking for and how you see that even if you're in a Even if your glucose is okay and you're a one C is okay okay you know. He wants season ninety. Two hundred and twenty day blood sugar average even if they're okay but the insulin gets excessive And the range depending dependent on the lab goes from about two to nineteen or two to twenty four and I tell people that is not normal. That's what's going on in America if insulin get somewhere around five six seven eight and higher it to start. Creating let's excess glucose so the body turns it into triglycerides Oculus rods and boo boos all sorts of different cholesterol markers. Then the track list Roger Create into the liver and the liver can't process it which probably can't because you've been doing too many carbs and sugars. Then you get your liver enzyme started going high you get the stones and your liver. They migrate down the Billy area. ATTRAC- go into the gallbladder and you get gallstones and then you get your gall bladder taken out. It's just a cascade of all kinds of things You don't WanNa go go there. But that's why we check and there are so many different things that can help with insulin

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What Are The Traits Of Inspirational Leaders?

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

08:28 min | 3 years ago

What Are The Traits Of Inspirational Leaders?

"Today i tackle as subject of traits of quality leads salina's that are amazing to me that what traits do these guys have in gaza and gaza goes will be <hes> as as many inspirational leader in the world some young some alda. Let me tackle some of the <hes> trikes delayed that are say amongst the leaders and dump. Let's kick off with number one integrity and these no nos vicinity quota but integrity an integrity is important because they site and then they do an short to maintain criti is the difference between what they do so people that have integrity will always do with us are they gonna do now in might not be something we locked in might be something we do like. It doesn't really matter. That's not what i'm tackling here what i'm tackling his that one of the great traits of of one of the great leader's is integrity. They will always do what they say they're going to do. Another one is resilience. There is the meta avenue tons get down. They get back up and they go go go and this is something that can be saying in great leaders. <hes> you know i eh with at a sports whether the politicians when they'd business whether there has wife househusband it doesn't really matter <hes> leadership taxonomy wolf forms and resilience is key pop to you know being a great leader now nixing tomase accountability accountability is bright ladens have the <unk> of accountability if the negative like they put the hands they they they don't the concept of winning and losing his team. You know this is something that is important. It's not when something goes wrong. It's somebody else's fault <hes> and when everything is right it's each it's the glory lady with the leader. That's not something that some great leaders do that always accept accountability an inspiring now bright and inspiring to me go hand in hand because bright people tackle adversity bryce. These people make that step and we know that if you don't make the stick things doesn't happen but at the same time they're inspirational in the way they do that so they're not bright bald an arrogant that brave an inspiring that willing to put themselves forward but they understand that they're inspiring people people like martin luther king nelson mandela. These people were bryant but there were some spotter. They went out there to buck the system that were there. They were bright on our inspiring in such a big kohl's addicting now. This is something that so important is adaptability. Leadership doesn't often talked about the adaptability isn't talked about often in the concept of leadership but great leaders not to attacked than to adapt when things are good than i had to adapt the things that they have this constant energy of the depth ability they make sure that they can adapt people to situations situations to people people etc etc compassion. Something that often doesn't get talked about in leadership is compassion. You know another way to put it. His empathy now <music> out empathy compassionate doesn't mean that you have to you know be sitting next to somebody crime it really simply to me is is the concept compassion and as you feel that you understand that you listen the compassionate they will apply the right outcome for the situation a great way to look at this. Is you know to to me. I know that i'm compassionate. What i'm saying is doing the best that they can with the resources at the half at the time attack me that today's a great way to to show compassionate is that you're willing to look the situation or whatever it may be and say is the best at the time with the resources of behalf and to make compassion is is obviously important trait of equality later the ability to look in the mirror and i talk about this a lot. Is that a lot of latest look in the mirror. They don't understand that they need to be leading by example that they need to make sure that it's different rules arabas in different roles for them. They need to make sure ooh what they what they're actually doing. You know they can look in the mirror and say hi. I n leaving. Do i believe i should be leaving acting acting the way. I believe i should be acting. This is something that's agassi. So important i mean we all look at people like bill and melinda gates amazing leaders in what they looking in the mirror yeah they wealthy very roughly however looking in the mirror and saying wait human and we want to show humanity by doing doing great things around the world and that's something that's obviously very very important to them. Just a dan in new zealand prime minister is different trick whether you like his policies or <unk> policies. That's not the point. The point is as a leader. She has this ability of looking in the mirror and saying i'm human and i will therefore for act with compassion with love and dumb you know with with anticipate so these are people that really really good another. Try is quality holiday. Leaders have the ability to ceram selves with people that challenge them now. A lot of people don't like that. You'll find that a lot of people dynegy like to surround themselves with people that challenge them rather surround themselves people that say this all the time whereas i believe quality leader has try surrounding themselves around of people that challenged aw and challenging them to be his visions of themselves challenged them when when things are not raw challenge them things ira challenged them on different different things that's not challenging for the cycle challenging you not pointing something apple someone just to the point of trying to be right but challenge to make can be a positive city challenge not not not doesn't need to be a negative challenge to me an idea lita is the one who has a positive attitude encourages to be positive even in across so the concept of challenging has to sickness it has to be about positive attitude has to be that encouragement it has to be you know eat when the times a dan that you had the ability to have people around that were challenging to ensure that they you performing at your best as a leader now you know some one of the great things around the world as a leader bono mate now cost later tonight then upon you know born alita. You'll make it's behavioral theory. It's the right carry yourself. The people you have around your mind sick because all of this putting self inconstant mindset mode is exactly really what it's about leadership skills that can be learned we can be learned by training can deliver perception can be practice and most of all it's my experience so leadership leaders are night for this reason because it is a city schools that can be learned by trying bucket section by practice and of course bike spirits approach the older we get the more experiences we have which builds wisdom so of course important is that as we evolve in get older when he to constantly evolve their mindsets and our ability so that we are learning so whilst we take our experiences and turn that into wisdom president we also have to make sure that we occurred because one thing i can't stand about setting lead is when they talk about doing this the twenty years and my rebuttal to that is but will you still be doing it in twenty years to come because as many brands in the past like kodak knock knock yet that will not get leaders that are no longer market ladies and some. I'm an even exist today because of that editor so touched on some of the heights today that make a great leader go out and be the best you can be identify unify what your own avatar looks like in terms of leadership. What is is brand. What is your brain. Look like when it comes to the word leader so when i say your name and later what what are the types they gonna say about you. You know visualizes write it down. Use the resources. Whatever it is pictures woods you know music. Whatever it is that will help the pick exactly exactly what you'll ever time looks like as lakes and what you want to be known for.

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"ceram" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

12:41 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on The Ikonns

"Your you know these cool circles. You're in the valley. You have these connections but it didn't start out that way you know it started out probably in that apartment in just outside of I might remind you a lot of being rented. Apartment was four rooms as booster mentality. Okay so we're going from that. How did you guys evolve to now? Be on the world stage by being you know of course welcome by apple they also of course <hes> there the foundation and and <hes> source for you what enables enables you to guys to have the company say. How did you guys evolve as a company? How did you learn from those first hires like how did it go beyond the first four partners of your brother as well so I think there are few things to mention? Number one is as we mentioned like timing <hes> I think the most important part was that we've built something that people wanted and they they market needed rights as I mentioned it's real real service that we launched before the APP store a gut really good attraction and people were recommending that without any marketing with got sixty thousand users within the first couple of months where we're struggling to monetize that yes but the war was getting out and then apple had this a web page and their website that recommends services for iphone and we were there. They put us there and a couple of months. We received a call from apple and they said Hey guys we're launching apps store so if you want to be considered to be the very first day yeah of the APP store here's the deadline make an APP and when the universe presents a good opportunity opportunity you and capture that opportunity so I think for entrepreneurs and for people in general a skill of putting the opportunity and make an execution on that is crucial in life whether it's in personal life when you see a beautiful girl walking by to say hi to see her again right or something businesswise comes up you want to do that so I think just being more mindful and aware of what are the options and what we have right now and or what can be done to have that opportunity and I think that the more you work the the smarter you are. The more you hustle the more opportunities you'll have <hes> but also like timing is very important so I think that was a great opportunity and of course we grabbed into it and then we did deliver our APP called Riedel Docs one in our before the deadline oh yeah the guys barely slaps. All these like months trying trying yeah. That's funny. How many people were on the same network for Yes for for friends from university? I think there were all <hes> I'm twenty two years old and we submitted one hour before the deadline and won the APSAR in July. Two Thousand Eight went live our retail docs yep done by Edessa you Chris was one of the five hundred first APPs on the APP store that was perfect timing and of course then the trend of these APPs and smartphones and iphones went up and that was that was phenomenal but then again it was good and we've had decent sales. I think first months we've managed gets around twenty thousand dollars in sales which were enough to buy a couple of laptops servers and so and so on but then in a couple of years. Let's say when we native first couple of hires our sales were down and we're plummeted and then we were once you pay these salaries you don't have money for the founding team so we went through that as well and what helped us as this constant instant search of waters also there that people want and I didn't mention that but over the time we build more than forty APPs forty products and thirty two of them failed so we shut down thirty two products Roddick security to projects. Some of them shipped. Some of them even didn't ship so I think this resilience and trying to figure out what do people need and what do people want and one day. I think what for some period I forgot I was thinking okay. We know how this works especially after we after we launched it was a massive hit right and then finally people started responded me 'cause I was helping that bag ban with some marketing and P._R.. Are Trying to get press because press for us was amazing. It was free and you can feel the R._O._I.. Like the article goes up and Wall Street Journal and you see your sales going up eight hundred percent overnight. It's amazing. I'm like wow that's actually works so let me help on that so my first job I was like helping with that. I can feel the result of my work and for the first couple of years people would not respond to my pictures. Probably my English wasn't that get pitching skills for the good for this story wasn't compelling so might ego is hurt of course. I'm like why I'm such a cool guy was doing great things away reply me but then was scanner pro that really helped and then we thought we know how to work. I will do this and that and then after that we'll have many failures as well. There's so many ways to take this. It's been like ten years so if I can I can talk about this. I know definitely but I think the interesting part art about what you said is at the core of everything and this is what we always focus on in our business is that you really have to deliver value as we're talking before this interview with a five minute journal like when people actually benefit benefit and value from your product they wanNA share with others or a hey. This has helped me we have because we're more than a physical space so the way we see it. We'll have like people actually boarding say sixty units and giving it out to people like for like Christmas or whatever and it's always amazing to see people spreading it like a physical thing in your way. It's more through people share email or like. I do all semi team like hey check out the spark or what I'm bored somebody. I'm like us a spark email client like I literally done and so it's different than the digital world but it all comes down to you're really looking to delivering people value and this is something I really want to point out to people listening right now because so many people it's so simple but people forget it because a lot of times when you WanNa create successful absolutely businesses. You're like okay. It's about me it's about me. How do I make a million dollars or whatever but in reality is how do you deliver this value to people and really focus on your customer really focus on? How do you solve a problem? <hes> I and it's really hard to find a problem so what we do. We're trying to talk to our customers and do this customer development even spark but then very interesting thing happens so when you ask people about their problems they would tell you what they think. The problem is and what they think the solution is and in many cases that's not true. I have this amazing example. Okay go ahead. You examples wanted us why with other the company so everyone in interviews told us hey guys searches broken in email. I can't find anything in my email. Solve that and I'm your client so we spend four months trying to figure out how do we build the amazing search so we build search it was kind of an ally which is called natural language input natural language processing so I can search email from Alex last week was p._d._f.. File and sparkle show just that so the ash type that in yeah yeah or you can just use your voice input as well. Oh I'll cool which is going to quote future and <hes> when we launched that and we check the numbers only seven percent of iphone users would go and search anything in email email and so that's surprising because like we've been doing this feature for seven percent but maybe they're trained and they know from their previous experiences. That's surgeon mobile is not that good right so that's interesting but I have another example which is even better when talk to customers too much and listen to them too much they. You'll you'll get some bad results so these guys I think it's a good company on example from Moscow they were acquired recently but there was quite simple. You can order ingredients for your meal say for your dinner and they would bring you deliver this ingredients and then you'll cook them yourself blue apron that and they since this just like energetic and young startup losing their customers on their visit this massive research trying to figure out what do people really want and the majority of people said we want healthy stuff we won fitness menu. We won this Kale and an Keno and avacado and like no fat something so they came out with this new menu they call it fitness menu they lease new product spend some money market Mario and so on and so on and they launched it and this sales were so bad. Nobody was buying that whereas the number one sale leader was this cutlet cues like basically it's like grilled pork because it was some other things that are not healthy French fries or some things the fat people yet so once again what people say they will do what they want and what they really will do two different things and sometimes I think we've been lied to ourselves. That's right. We all know that we have to meditate and be and run and go to Jim and eat healthy but again over and over again. We say they're well. Just this one time this last time next Monday. I live a different life. I promised myself and we keep lying to ourselves and what I think like if you like working out admitted have to just be happy with this like you'll be little fatter. It's all right but less less stress Dun Dun light yoursel. That's important principle for anybody thinking like meatballs. Basically I think that really is a great segue that I want to talk to you about really focus focus on about it because this is something that you're really passionate about as well and that is about overall life improvement positively wanting to create a better life build a better life goal setting. You have a really great blockposts it you have on your medium which I recommend for everyone to check out out. which is about you know how to make your your ever? You put together in this great p._D._F.. So where's this really come from for. You and what are some best habits I you yourself. Maybe experiments with and now have implemented that helped helped you to be where you are now. I think for manager preneurs life is not that easy as it seems mad we see people in Ceram having fun and having blessed or we don't see as real work real struggle. Sometimes loneliness don't have people to support you and sometimes is really hard so I was <hes> working really hard lost ten years <hes> and sometimes you when things don't go as plant you can burn out or you can have all these different thoughts and sometimes it just <hes> basically up and down all the time so and I thought trying to be more as I have a mathematical mind I guess ask a good blend of like I'm very emotionally aware and then good was people socially but also have like good math background your thang logic eager and my mom who has also grown in math and math as well so I I was thinking okay. Let me try to plan long-term because long term is what matters and what accounts and if I know what I want really in life or at least if I know what am I.. Goals this year what I want achieve enough I can write them down. I can at least try to think of kind of a pass to those goals so that's why actually what brought me to all this planning my year and I know a lot of people all done like this cold New Year's resolution so but but I think it's not about the new year's resolution..

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"ceram" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To five five two two five andrea starts off this hour in alaska hi andrea how are you i'm a ceram him well how are you better than i deserve what's up it's sort of a long story but when i was nineteen my father convinced me that maybe our farm afloat was to take out in thirty six thousand dollar agriculture alone in my name and it has been three years and he has not made any payments and uncertain about a loss for what to do now and so the loan that was taken out in your name is it a lean on the farm i'm we put up collateral in the form of livestock that we were going to purchase with the money anna chink of equipment that we already owned and what has happened to the left stock in the equipment is that what has happened to the livestock and the equipment is the bank picked it up since you haven't paid a payment three years no they haven't they haven't taken any action against us i was to suggest that i take a look ago alone dough into deferment so they can take bits of collateral back because that would break up whatever semblance of family relationship we have left Okay. I'm sorry. You're, you're twenty two years old. in your dad ask you when you were eighteen to take out a loan and he's not paid a single payment on it in three years yes they've taken night tax returns us two years that that been put much of a dead in anything what do you do for a living receptionist do you live with them still they do i go to school okay and do you pay your own bills i do and i pay a portion rent i guess it would be oh on the farm okay why have they not why the payments that they agreed to pay Hard to say I've tried confronting him about it and doesn't usually to fight, and then as things don't get. I'm so sorry horrible position for a twenty two year old young lady put in her. Hesitate to use the word father. What a creep. So. Are you involved in your church in your community? I not. i think you need to seek some counsel from family counselor and maybe a pastor and get some people in your corner because i'm truthfully what's happening to you is call financial abuse your parents are abusing you And they're using their position in their emotional stronghold over a young woman. To take advantage of you and really setting you up for a problem that may take you a decade to recover from financially. and so here's what's going to happen this is not going to end well no matter what you do you need to come to that conclusion your dad is not a good guy he is not done a good thing this is horrible and it's not going to end well you cannot make your father be okay can you hear that loud and clear i'm sorry darling i'm sorry you're facing this but you do not have the power to make your dad be okay he was not okay a long time before this conversation came up and so what you've gotta do is just admit he's he's a mess he's a hot mess and he's probably not going to be happy with anything that you do because eventually they're going to foreclose on and sue you A twenty two year old receptionist who's in school. They're going to sue you. They're already taking your tax return. And eventually, they're going to sue you. Okay. And they're going to take the collateral because for some reason, bozo thinks he doesn't have to pay payments. I don't know why bozo thinks this, but he's crazy in a bean apparently. But I don't know who takes advantage of their twenty two year old kid anyway. So I I can't grasp where this guy's coming from. So he's going to be upset he's going to be mad and it's his fault. Can you hear that? so you're going to have to decide win that's going to be and you probably need some good strong mentally healthy people in your corner walking with you to guide you in gently in kindly stand up for yourself because you never have you've been abused You've been do you realize you've been emotionally taken advantage of. Okay. Do you think that's the truth? Does it feel that way to you? i mean you got cracked on didn't you i mean really by your own dad i mean he has not he's left his own kid vulnerable and so what if he were if he were to grow suddenly manhood grow suddenly a backbone he'd start selling everything in sight in order to keep his own child from being harmed But this guy going to do that is he? not probably he's not he's not we know that by the fact that you're in the situation start with and so you're going to have to start taking some steps to protect andrea who is an abuse victim and you're going to have to decide what those steps are going to be and none of those steps are going to make him happy i'm so sorry you're going through this hang on the line i'm going to have kelly send you a book that i want you to get a highlighter out and post it notes and i want you to memorize the whole freaking book but certainly entire paragraphs it's called boundaries by dr henry cloud because you have had someone walk over into your yard now they drove a bulldozer over into your yard and did donuts okay they step all up into your stuff here and and it was your own dad which just makes this heartbreaking but also very very difficult emotionally to process for anyone but for twenty two year old living at home on the farm sorry hold on kelly pickup there's no magic answer to this except himself everything and pay the bill and he's not gonna do that he's gonna pick up we're singer copy that book open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five you jump in we'll talk about your life and your money let me go in and help you because we have just finished some identity theft research and would you believe the fourteen percent of identity theft is by someone you know and a disturbing amount is by parents who take out loans in their children's social security numbers for maybe borrow money on the farm and talk the eighteen year old into it that's not identity theft but it's so close that really could be categorized in the same bucket of slime scum That's what's in those buckets, you parents who take advantage of your own kids. Slime scum. james here we dr bigham the c._e._o. at novocure pain management clinics i've heard you say that back pain that gets worse when you call for sneeze could be assigned you have discrimination that's right you know what the painful disc dismissal has leaked to the outside of the disk causing pain now novocure collects a healing protein from the patient's own blood and uses it to seal up the dish if you have back pain call the back pain experts at novocure today four eight five five six six eight six or v o r dot com hey it's stacy brooks meet denise like my brother-in-law she suffers from sleep apnea i would wake up in the morning feeling very tired like i had slept at all i would wake up every morning with a headache that feeling basically lasted all day it can really take toll of struggling at work than too tired to do anything at home once i got home and i didn't know where my life was going how are you feeling i was desperate at that point after trying many different options you discovered inspire a sleep apnea solution and alternative to c-pap how has been since inspire things a great i feel brighter all day what's the biggest change you've seen i can go to the movies i can watch a movie on t._v. and i see the beginning middle end end seems like such a.

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"ceram" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Them? I was all really all asking baby. If the cubs aren't involved that I don't care that I don't want my SOX fans to be in misery, because their team lost. People that were rooting against the cubs twenty or so dumb, that was just so like, last cat cold and calloused, like, I don't know. I was hoping for the fans that the cubs won. I feel like it's not the team you hate it's the other fans you hate you know what I'm saying? That's it to the only ones. I just like noxious White Sox fans are obnoxious fans are. The only White Sox fans. I don't like we're the ones who were hoping that we would lose in the World Series is kind of a lot of people were you guys, you guys were nowhere close. You weren't even the playoffs. You what they win that year. Twelve games. Awesome. So. What it is like chain. And so. One in so long and all these miserable fans. But you're right. Each true. A lot of people, I know who like the socks. They really don't necessarily, they don't despise the players on the cubs. They fans the neighborhood. No, you're right. Good morning. Good morning. How are you, man? Can you tell boss man's Jimmy jam like you can't you can't do this? You don't get to be a Chicago fan when it comes to baseball, you pick one or the other. Lutely. Right. And, and I have a story, I'm originally from New York and my whole family were very big Yankee fans. And my daughter was one of the biggest she had the Yankee tattoo on her arm loud day from the dugout when they walk into the field. Thank god. You know, God made me Janke about. About four years ago, I get from my daughter, and she says, dad, I have some very bad news. And the first thing I'm thinking is all my God. You're pregnant, right? Right. He says, no dad, I'm a fan now. Well, you know what I sort of liked the comes off? So okay, so everything or comment from New York being such a Yankee fan moving there. And now we're a big cubs fan. But if she had called, you said data a Mets fan, then you would have had to disown her and take her out of the wheel, right? Oh, you're, you're not. You're all. Boston. Thank you. Yeah. Hey. Jay. You can't do this. I mean, look, you can be Chicago fan in general. Of course, but when it comes to baseball, you gotta pick one. Yeah. No. I gotta like they, my dad. He would've killed me about stock that I do recall him saying he was gonna take his time to pick one because he said he wanted to go to both gain yesterday that wasn't yesterday. He goes on this whole thing. And then I look at the picture, he said he's trolling me last night. Ceram Fred on air there. It is. It's a picture. It's an Email. He's got each hat. And then it says Chicago fan. Don't get that. Do that. You don't have to hate one, but you gotta pick one. Thank you. A good day. Jeff. Good morning. You got to pick one. Hi. Frequently mike. Gonna watch external World Series. But here's going to become me, Whiteside fan, and what you what you pick that. You can't then become accustomed, pick us up. Stay there band wagon. I honestly, don't think I would not be upset if the stocks, went to the World Series of the cubs didn't make you know, then I'd be like. To that point. I didn't even watch the World Series in the White Sox. You are messed up. Watch it, but I wasn't rooting against you guys know. Blue. People who liked this. I like people who, like the socks and they would be happy that would be happy for them. You know. I mean, I'm not I'm not like, yeah I'm not gonna put on a journey linkages e. You know, but I'm excited, you know for the city because it'll be a lot of happy, people put him in the category is green bed. Oh, that's real pretty bad..

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"ceram" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Yeah. But bring them in my house. Pork chop Sunday morning. Was that now you gotta pork chop Sunday morning but only on Sunday morning. The lord. We'll just say it's just. Yeah. You ought to stand. Look. Yeah. It was fried. And that was the breakfast that I have one day a week. Okay. Because I figured it's better to do my juiston and my salads. And all that if I do I do that Monday through Friday, if I wanna have a cheat meal breakfast is my favorite meal. So I'm gonna have shown breakfast his three thousand percent better than the diet. I have been eating best. So it's all about taking steps. It's not about labels. I'm not trying. I'm not I'm not a Instagram health guy. I'll never be that. I'm just Ceram help. I'm not trying to tell you what I'm eating. Gotcha. Like take a bitch or something. But I'm not trying to tell you how to live your life or tell you. What if I'm just, hey, I'm doing this. This is interesting look slump. Johnny Appleseed on internet. I just dropped stuff. And if something grow from and if people mad about oh, well, turn around we call them out Patrice all right? Where does the food come from front ticket? He's trying to figure it out. I've got Google. That's why I think I think he came north prior. Sometimes I'll know if y'all messin we. I look at. All right. You found it. How does the benefit of taking a chicken? And Friday taste. Not taste. What if you didn't have a refrigerator? I don't ever when we return educate, eat negroes. Kevin show on two point five. Me you roll radio five the bone is the home of the best talented tip radio. Ludi might county show every weekday from six to ten to five real raw Waco. Another traffic.

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"ceram" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We still done interviews with you there. Well, I think so George. Take some calls here, Jerry. And then we'll take calls for the last half. After the break. Let's go to Brian in Indianapolis, east of the Rockies to get a start at high bri-. Hey, George good evening. Hey there. Hey, Dr course, what an honor to speak to a man who is who was a major player in this whole investigation. I got two questions real quick out there because I want to get you know, terror bios is calls on this question. Number one is still dossier. This started everything and the way that they got that it was fraudulent. So in your opinion. Do you think it's worth it individually Gatien on how this whole thing started with still dossier is you know, is it worth that? And number two, you talk about they were convinced prosecute prostitution. They were convinced that you were guilty. And you're a great American surfer stand. Adding up for your principles and not folding to the pressure that they were putting on. I couldn't even imagine the amount of pressure that you felt but talk about them. Do you feel there's biased you're talking about these Clinton equipped and eastern attorneys that were ridiculed you yet? The last says all we're not name callings, blah, blah, blah. The can you talk to the by that you felt toward the Trump administration and Ceram of proud supporter of my president. From the beginning. The it was clear the special prosecutor's, we're not interested in Hillary Clinton. They didn't want my theories about who stole the emails. I don't think the Russians stole the males. The abyss, you know, karma. This thing is going to I think boomerang against the Democrats who've hated Trump so hard. And now that the the Miller report is about to come out. I think is gonna come out and virtually a full version is not going to be different from the summary. We have from attorney general bar that there's gonna be in the to investigate now the other side, and that includes the what we know already about the I I call them deep state actors within the department of Justice. I mean, we got stroz can page who have said that they want an insurance policy was sure sounds like they're gonna use the Steele dossier to impeach Donald Trump. If he won as long as smoking on the other side of this. I think ultimately going to be investigated. My my bottom line on. This is this is very. You know, we've got to get to the bottom of it. Because the American Justice system is so tarnished right now, we cannot have one-sided Justice, which goes to criminalise politics. Hold on, Jerry. We're gonna come back. And I want to ask you about this, Christopher Steele document. We'll get.

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An Interview with Fern Mallis, Former CEO of IMG and Co-Creator of New York Fashion Week

Meet the Press

07:34 min | 3 years ago

An Interview with Fern Mallis, Former CEO of IMG and Co-Creator of New York Fashion Week

"My special guest today is for malice. She was the senior vice president at IMG. She also helped to create fashion week in New York, which has become an iconic and influential program in the worlds of fashion. So let's talk about before fashion week. What was the state of the fashion industry before this event existed, well before fashion week was formally created and organized centralized and modernized, which is what I like to say, we did there were fashion shows. I mean the industry had its biannual timetable to get its collections out in front of buyers. But it was a very very exclusive insider event if you weren't in the industry, you didn't know about it. If you went by building on seven. Avenue. You might think what's going on. There's a line outside getting in or something. If they were fifty shows there weren't fifty different locations, and nobody talked to each other. It was uptown downtown midtown. If somebody had a show in the Pierre hotel in the morning, they'd have to take everything down in the afternoon because somebody had a bar mitzvah there that night. And then somebody wanted to rent it again the next day you'd put it all back in there. It was a bit chaotic sounds complicated and expensive and complicated expensive. And it was it was at a time. When the American designers weren't really well known in reaching out to Europe. The the biggest European expansion was Calvin Klein, maybe doing fragrance. And I'm glad you brought that up because I'm now, my perspective on this is colored by pop culture and movies, like the devil wears Prada. But you very much get the sense that both Paris and Milan were much more structured and organized, or is that just truth, Paris and Milan where the that's where it was that will that's what it was about London. A little bit New York was somewhat of an afterthought, right? New York was treated as their last on the calendar. They're waiting to see what we do in Europe. And they're going to copy us, and it was it was crazy. So I had just been hired. This is back in ninety one. I was selected as the executive director of the CFDA after they did a very long search after I left the design universe of IDC. And why and all of that? Right. And there was this little organization the DA which had done a big aids benefit seventh on sale. And that's when I got involved with them and. I was hired as executive director. It was March of ninety one. And I believe that member exactly I was hired at the end of March. I didn't start till mid April. There was a market weak fashion week between Michael Kors had a show in an empty loft space in Chelsea. And when you turn the base music on in a space for a fashion show. It's very loud. And if things aren't nailed down, they tend to tremble the ceiling trembled and plaster started falling off from the ceiling and the ceiling literally was falling down on the runway. He'd broth rooftop while there you go. Brought the roof down and plaster was on the shoulders of meiomi and Cindy, and Linda and all the one named supermodels of the day. But they kept walking. Right. But when it landed in a lapse of Suzy Menkes from the International Herald Tribune, Carrie Donovan, the fashion critic at the New York Times, they wrote the next day we live for fashion. We don't want to die for it. Anybody and I looked at all that. And I said, I think my job description just changed and it big my job, then started immediately. When I got there to figure out a way to do safe sound places for the American designers do their runway shows. So the concept was let's get all this together in one place one location one week make it safe. Make it accessible make it more reasonable and more efficient amortize the costs for everybody. And so how did you end up finding your way to Bryant park, which if we're talking ninety one Bryant park was little seedy. Yeah. It was on it. It was in the last throes of its renovation the restaurant wasn't there. Right for people who are not familiar with this. Bryant park is basically the full city block behind the new York Public Library in the sixty seventies eighties. It was very much a haven for drugs right needle park. And I used to visit my dad's office on Madison Avenue, he would say if you come in and by train, don't go up fortieth street. And now my office on forty statements is pretty it's one of the most beautiful urban renovation jam ever a jewel of the city. It is it is a very very special place and the lawn there it was like the backyard to the garment center because it was a block away from seventh avenue. Broadway were all the showrooms where I was walking distance everything. There was lots of public transportation and subways block away from Times Square, two blocks from Grand Central. I mean, you don't get a better location Ryan park. It's pretty much smack. In the center of the city, you can get to it from anywhere easily. Yeah. And so we we began my job became find a place. So I was riding around New York. I've looked at every empty pier. Every big parking lot. Can we put tents up here? How big could we do this sand Herman who was the president of the offices? Actually, I'm a corner of fortieth and sixth overlooking Bryant park, and he was on the board of the community board there and work closely with Dan Biedermann, who I know you've interviewed right? He he. Business improvement, Sandra. We wound up eventually making a deal with with Dan and with Bryant park. It was literally the backyard to the to the industry people loved it there, and I used to again for people who may not have actually seen this, and you could find time lapse photography impressive. The part goes from this big open space. That's I don't know. Let's call it half a city block, and that's the lawn and suddenly a giant set tents go up and a little city. Now what they do is in the winter. There's a ice skating rink and a lodge that's temporary shops, right or well, they disappeared January fifteenth. So they're gonna ready, but you still have urban space there, and you still have the ice skating rink. But if you watched fashion week show up it was an amazing bit of logistics to build it. And then you could go see the video, and you don't really you. It's hard to imagine that this. Is temporary space when you see images from the fashion show. It always looks amazing. So how what was it like setting up that first one? He was pretty extraordinary. I mean, we had started I at the Macklowe hotel, which was then became the millennial hotel just to see if we can get more than three designers to do something together because their egos a such that nobody wants to do anything in the same space. But they realize genuine problem at the beginning. Absolutely. Was I I is there jockeying for Lawson. Every absolutely it's it's the war room with them with the slots and moving the posted Ceram till you got us calendar that that's the wedding where all sorts of crazy stuff, and you had to deal with that with much bigger egos. The you could

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"ceram" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And I'm hoping the owner doesn't let's say in the Online Trading Academy has people thinking that all about is sitting in front of a computer all day long and buying like crazy in and out and up, and that's not what we do. That's a very small portion of what we do. But not the majority. What we do. We have a whole aside it has to do with retirement because what we're finding. We'll talk about the classes that I'm getting people coming in there. And they have not realized how much money it takes for retirement. And they're fifty and they don't know how they got themselves in that position. So we can we can talk about if you want. We have time was what mistakes people make so that we can avoid those going forward. And then how do we get out of those mistakes? What can we do? Yeah. You basically, basically I resemble that remark that you just made about fifty years old and not really a plan to well. But you're right. It's having a strategy means you have to have some skills to you mentioned you've been in business for twenty one years. I think you have a patented system, but it really is about education and knowledge, right? Not necessarily just emotional. Allow control your emotions is extremely important. That's the hardest part about trading, but we have a system that's based upon applies to two different things that happened in the markets. There are people that while short-term income that we can certainly help you with that. But for long term wealth what we have to do is identify where the big banks institution jumping in. So many people are hardwired to think that they have to look at BU ratios and balance sheets and profit loss. So none of that matters at all the only that matters is whereas someone going to buy other late shares or sell one hundred shares, and we'll just have to tag along with that. That's what I Pat helps us do. And that's what we learned in that first free introductory class. Right now. I know when I attended your class you remind structure. A lot of people were in there to think about and to plan and to provide some strategy or released them beginning knowledge around retirement, planning when you when you said in there that answer something really stood out for me. It was like a difference between a short term revenue, and well, what's the difference? I got to pay a Bill Bill tomorrow. So I need to do some trading long-term wealth is, hey, I'm fifty years old. You know, I got one hundred grand in my 4._0._1._K. And it's taken me a hundred grand a year to live, and I'm gonna be living a refrigerator box underneath a bridge. If I don't get my acting gear. Yeah. That's that's terrifying. And probably honestly a lot of truth to it. I saw a story just this week that said that the majority of Americans had less than five hundred dollars in their Bank accounts. Yeah. I know, and that's the majority of Americans. And so like having a second revenue stream without having a second job because there's only so many hours in the day really does sound appealing. You have several places around the bay area that you could have an host that free first class. Can you tell us a little bit about where those are? Yeah. Sure, we have our main location. Our main campus is down by the San Jose airport right off broke all the way into the airport. That's our main maintain Ceram classrooms actually, be trading on the money on the computers. If they become students in the future. And if they don't want to fight the traffic on down eighty or six eighty there's two alternate locations, Pleasanton. And then the in San Mateo, we have in foster city, we have the crown plaza. So okay, great, and how can people get registered for those classes? Okay. It's pretty simple as far they're driving or if they have their cell phone handy. Hop on the phone, call eight seven seven three three eight trade TR AD at eight seven seven three three a trade, or if they're home or not there's someplace safe.

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"ceram" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me

Learn to Code with Me

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me

"Want to choose a CPU used essentially can customize your laptop instead of going on Amazon, and it's a little bit more confusing to do that. So I would just recommend ordering it from the regular avenues as as mentioned in terms of somewhere like Craigslist. I've yet to I abuse exits a lot don't get me wrong. I used to make money on Craigslist buying and selling stuff just for fun in highschool to have you know, some extra money, but I've never bought a laptop. So I can't really say much about it feel like it's definitely a risk when you buy from some kind of a place like Craigslist or another apps now like let go in new Facebook marketplace. Yeah, I haven't bought Electroncs canary there. But as he said, it feels like it's a lot safer to go down a more traditional route yet in terms of the hardware, especially but. There's also that concern of your meeting a random person somewhere. So anyone ever does by anything off Craigslist or sells anything on Craigslist? Meet. No public busy place. Just just tip. Yeah. Or have someone or more than one person may go with you? But yeah. In the sidebar, but in live in New York in always on Craigslist looking at furniture, which is much different than buying electron. Ick bond pieces of furniture by definitely never gone alone. Or I've looked person up on length Dan in made sure like they're like real or, you know. Background check. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. So you mentioned a little bit ago that you've had your computer since two thousand twelve however you've been able to like maintain one for that one. Because I think I got what I feel now I feel guilty because I feel like I just got a new one. I really might really wasn't that old. But it was so slow. It was just hard to us will see that's what I was going to mention when you're talking about having all these like, Don goals or debtors was going to say you could avoid that problem. I just keep in a really old laptop not worrying about it. But then you're onto other problems. So I have the mid doesn't twelve MAC book pro and that has an ice seven of CPU. So that's that's good. And the generation is old, of course, on even know maybe the fourth generation Intel processor in it has it goodbye to Ceram. So that's good. That's what I would. I mean, I still create apps on there. So obviously does the job, plus that's old ram. So that's why specs like long as you have these minimums, you should be good. Because if I'm able to work on a what what now six and a half year old laptop than anything within the past two years. You should be fine on the one main thing that I did with my MAC pro as I ordered a five hundred gigabyte SSD, which is solid state drive in replaced, my hard disk drive 'cause you know, if you have a laptop and you hear like a disc spinning if you inserted a CD, that's that would be a disk drive in around. And if you bump it, it could mess something up that's running a solid state drive. It's the sensually flash storage. So so of spinning on a desk China find what it needs to find. It essentially finds at a snap of finger in that was my main replacement and update to that laptop which really allowed it to to continue going on. Put a perspective it took about. I don't know. I have a video on it somewhere. But like let's say three to five minutes from shutdown to boot up. Now, it takes like thirty seconds. So it made quite the difference. Wow. And I again, all this stuff is like so new to me, but how much does something like that cost like the the SSD that you put in. So it's just getting cheaper and cheaper as years go on which I'm very happy about. But again, a lot of things are taken up more and more stores. So you have to spend more money for more storage. But the five hundred gigabyte at the time, I think I spent maybe one sixty if I recall correctly hundred sixty dollars, but I think you can get down for his it's a Samsung eight fifty Yvo solid state drive. And I think it's around closer to a hundred bucks than one sixty if I'm not mistaken. Wow. And that's definitely a lot less. Than a new MAC, computer. And and I can also take it out..

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"ceram" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"And I thought that I do any come here. And I was like the bullet stop. And then I just weapons-free. This is what I do all day long. Why intimidated I do not to do this? So it's a different set. And that it just went rolling ten hours later. I was like, oh, I like this this too much. But the feedback has been great. And I think it's because like you always said I can proudly say I went on that show. And I was myself. Maybe I was a little less sarcastic and biting that. I would have liked to have been, but we all got to grow into it. But just be yourself. And that's what got me through it. So the feedback has been nice feedback. I'm happy about the feedback. Is feedback has been what I would want it to be about that you came across his empathetic, which I believe I am that came. Cross's really trying to make a difference. You weren't like showboat just trying to rip apart. Somebody's idea to look clever creative. And that was the advice. I got from Cuban Kevin O'Leary. And every one piece of advice is don't try to be an archetype like don't aspire to be anything other than what you are. Because the camera will see right through it. So I just went up there myself, obviously, we're very very close you've gotten to see personal brand building on the internet from an early stage at scale. I do believe that a lot of people here. Are really at the mercy of brands that they sit within and overtime. My big thesis that the internet is the only middleman and everything is going get squeezed, and for a lot of people here over the next decade who they are either their personal brand or the business that they own the brand of that business is really all that's left from a leverage point. What is your hot take on? What you see out there? Like how about when I first started doing it might be a good angle when I first started doing it at some level. I was already there when when we even met, but clearly there was no way that people took it as serious back. What's your what's your decade view some five? Well, I think we first started doing watch it. You're like we met in two thousand nine right? First of all the ability to do at one to one and reach everybody wasn't at scalea and Ceram thirty five percent of the populations now on Instagram but back in the early day. It wasn't as easy. And I think your behavior of building the personal brand standing out and communicate. Constantly was aberration right now fast forward ten years and those who aren't doing are being left behind. There's there's I think a conflict between I call power new power power still saying this is self promoting right? This is self grand ising. What are you doing like your head down? Right. You're whatever versus new power and millennials and so forth, and that you have ability to communicate one to one with somebody. Why would you not do that? Why would you not create a human connection directly rather than just sort of stay behind closed doors? I still feel it in myself that there is a tension between what are you doing yourself promoting or self aggrandizing versus? No, I'm building a brand for a purpose. And I think that is something I've had to refine ask myself why why am I doing? Why would I put myself out there because I'm not totally comfortable being out on the state? I can do it. But I don't derive joy from prominence. My y is the more reach people the more. I can have a one to one connection the more resources that I have the more. I can make an. Impact on people's lives. Like, I saw something when I was sixteen. I saw human suffering up close powerless, this looks like and ultimate my mother passed away. I get excited the more I can touch people like in the stadium and the Mormon shark tank..

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"ceram" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on KCRW

"The Rams, yes. The LA Rams could make it to the Super Bowl. You just have to get through the saints this weekend here to talk about that. Well, you know, you've heard the music. It's the Sklar brothers, man. Guy was a treat to pro to proceed be preceded by Michael silver, bookworm. I know how much we love that. And a lot of bookworm listeners are dying to find out. What our take is on the NFL playoff worm listeners. Here we go. Okay. Only for them. Everyone else. This is a very exciting. The Rams are on the precipice of potentially being in the Super Bowl. They have to do is go to a very difficult place to play. They already lost this year. By tennis is New Orleans. Is unbelievable at home. So they're the underdogs. The Rams the underdogs by three and a half points. So more than a field goal. If you're betting and the truth of the matter is it's a tough. It's it's a tall order the the saints once the saints locked up the number one seed in the NFC you said their pathway to the SuperBowl was very easily because they play all their home games. And they're almost impossible to beat at home. And you have the experience of drew Brees. We saw it on the other side with the AFC everyone thought we thought even the chargers were the upstart team that might be the patriots will look out. Been there before. And then Tom Brady in the post game interview was like, yeah. Everybody said, we suck. He had to get that in there. Was. So what's amazing about Tom Brady on that other side? Just for a second is the patriots have been in this AFC championship game eight years. They won so many Super Bowls. He will go down as the goat the greatest. And yet he still manages to play with this chip on his shoulder that people aren't giving us enough credit. That's what gets them through the Rams. So he's what they're playing the chiefs chiefs. So you know, really as a fan of of sports and whatnot. You always lived to see new blood kind of a chiefs ram Super Bowl and they played in the season and had an unbelievable game the chiefs and the Rams who won the Rams one chief Ceram Super Bowl would be amazing because you've got to powerful offenses to great young quarterback can be one hundred ten points scored. And again, it would just be like the most amazing. Yeah. So there are a lot of good ups. I mean, even the chiefs saints would be a great one because it'd be a great offensive thing. But again, if it's drew Brees versus Tom Brady, you say to yourself you've got to the hall of fame quarterback for if they playing each of four best teams are remain. Meaning in the playoffs tells what's going to happen on Sunday. You know, I think if the Rams find a way to stop drew Brees. And we say hold the hold the saints to under twenty eight points. They've got a shot. They have Jared Goff. Do that. Jared Goff is a quarterback Ken, hopefully, he can play. Well, and the key is they have Todd Gurley healthy tiger lead the running back who apparently it was just kind of release that he hurt his knee pretty badly earlier in the year. And they really didn't disclose played on it. He played on the her welled up like a grapefruit and he's playing on this bad knee trying to play through it. And then finally the Rams said we got shut you down for a few games. They lost. They lost a couple of games. Because Todd Gurley is amazing. He's really one of the back. He's back. He's full speed. So this is really good. Okay. Knees..

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"ceram" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"But would we rather be on pay per view rather be on this or that? And I think at least for the main event like these guys are getting value out of this. I mean, this this was very very cool, and very very real the value that they're pulling from being the main event on this card, and I'm happy to see it go to the to that it's going to how do you feel about Greg hardy being on debut card? Look at the end of the day. Like, I don't I don't care about my personal feelings about Greg hardy being in the sport anymore. Like, I kind of feel like that's an irrelevant question at this point. Because everybody knows now what great. Well, I mean, we don't know exactly what happened, but we know the store. Right. And some people have thoughts on it. Some people have different thoughts on and those are going to change. So we could sit around here and talk about whether it's right or wrong. But at the end of the day were just talking circles. I mean, this is just it's a polarizing topic. Right. I'm more interested in now. Because of who he is and because of the way in which they're using him. And he's being rushed. I mean. But he's also got a lot of natural talent. I mean from sporting perspective. I'm I'm I am intrigued to see how he does. I will say that. But as far as like trying to speak to okay, look, I don't think he should be the main event, I think that that I think that that's almost kinda disrespectful to summit to two guys who've been fighting for longer than a year, you know, but as far as my personal feeling towards him as an athlete, I'm interested. I wanna see how he does I do. And so I agree with you like the train has left the station on Greg hardy the enemy fighter. It's been a reality for quite some time. You could have talked about this when he went on the contenders series. He has three pro fights under his belt. Let alone three amateur fights as well. So I don't think that that's the big question anymore to me. It was just the two parter afterwards. It was a putting him on the debut. Because look, you're doing interviews. You're right. We shouldn't be spending this much time talking about Greg hardy. He's not a mixed martial arts fighter. He's trying to become one. But let's be honest if the Saint Louis or they're not the same Louis Ceram anymore. The LA Rams of the Dallas Cowboys of the Buffalo Bills. Call them today. He wants to go back to the NFL. He can't go back to the NFL. So he's doing this. God bless you your China. You're trying to make a living. But I don't believe that if the UFC ESPN deal was starting in twenty thousand let's say starting in twenty twenty I don't believe he's in the UFC Berkley. They're expedited him, so I think it's almost bums me out that we have to talk about and we should be celebrating. The fact that UC finally made it to ESPN that Disney is in the business. We don't need to be talking about Greg hardy, and I feel like this was forced and it shouldn't have happened. And I also feel like partout after knowing what happened to Rachel ostrich. You shouldn't have done that. That was a tone deaf decision that part that part was terrible. That part tone-deaf almost doesn't go far enough to to describe that. I mean, it's just a bad decision. It's it's just in bad taste, but I wanna give. Jeff an opportunity because he was saying earlier, which which surprised you, and I think it's a prize me to that. You were kind of saying that you understand that putting them in the Komeda then and that you get surprised and what kind of like if that fight reloaded in the card. Do you think that the overall interest in this card as a whole would be lower? Because we we wouldn't be talking about him as much wouldn't be combing event..

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"ceram" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"But would we rather be on pay per view rather be on this or that? And I think at least for the main event like these guys are getting value out of this. I mean, this this was very very cool, and very very real the value that they're pulling from being the main event on this card, and I'm happy to see it go to the to that it's going to how do you feel about Greg hardy being on debut card? Look at the end of the day. Like, I don't I don't care about my personal feelings about Greg hardy being in the sport anymore. Like, I kind of feel like that's an irrelevant question at this point. Because everybody knows now what great. Well, I mean, we don't know exactly what happened, but we know the store. Right. And some people have thoughts on it. Some people have different thoughts on and those are going to change. So we could sit around here and talk about whether it's right or wrong. But at the end of the day were just talking circles. I mean, this is just it's a polarizing topic. Right. I'm more interested in now. Because of who he is and because of the way in which they're using him. And he's being rushed. I mean. But he's also got a lot of natural talent. I mean from sporting perspective. I'm I'm I am intrigued to see how he does. I will say that. But as far as like trying to speak to okay, look, I don't think he should be the main event, I think that that I think that that's almost kinda disrespectful to summit to two guys who've been fighting for longer than a year, you know, but as far as my personal feeling towards him as an athlete, I'm interested. I wanna see how he does I do. And so I agree with you like the train has left the station on Greg hardy the enemy fighter. It's been a reality for quite some time. You could have talked about this when he went on the contenders series. He has three pro fights under his belt. Let alone three amateur fights as well. So I don't think that that's the big question anymore to me. It was just the two parter afterwards. It was a putting him on the debut. Because look, you're doing interviews. You're right. We shouldn't be spending this much time talking about Greg hardy. He's not a mixed martial arts fighter. He's trying to become one. But let's be honest if the Saint Louis or they're not the same Louis Ceram anymore. The LA Rams of the Dallas Cowboys of the Buffalo Bills. Call them today. He wants to go back to the NFL. He can't go back to the NFL. So he's doing this. God bless you your China. You're trying to make a living. But I don't believe that if the UFC ESPN deal was starting in twenty thousand let's say starting in twenty twenty I don't believe he's in the UFC Berkley. They're expedited him, so I think it's almost bums me out that we have to talk about and we should be celebrating. The fact that UC finally made it to ESPN that Disney is in the business. We don't need to be talking about Greg hardy, and I feel like this was forced and it shouldn't have happened. And I also feel like partout after knowing what happened to Rachel ostrich. You shouldn't have done that. That was a tone deaf decision that part that part was terrible. That part tone-deaf almost doesn't go far enough to to describe that. I mean, it's just a bad decision. It's it's just in bad taste, but I wanna give. Jeff an opportunity because he was saying earlier, which which surprised you, and I think it's a prize me to that. You were kind of saying that you understand that putting them in the Komeda then and that you get surprised and what kind of like if that fight reloaded in the card. Do you think that the overall interest in this card as a whole would be lower? Because we we wouldn't be talking about him as much wouldn't be combing event..

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"ceram" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"ceram" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"So, you know, I it it definitely I we we'd like to think it's the course the curse of not having a franchise quarterback. And hopefully that has finally been broken with Patrick Mahomes, but we're gonna find out on Saturday. I guess if you're looking at Andy Reid, and there's every reason to believe that he enters a game like this already questioning himself and feeling the criticism of those around him kind of kind of I guess psychology. Do you think he has heading into you think he's well built to to to be able to push aside those demons and come forward with a game plan that succeeded all year, you You know? know, I I do because I don't think he'd probably share your view of himself. I I really don't think he questions himself. You know? I think he's well aware. I I think you know, he can sold some quarterbacks out onto the boss. I mean, if watching the Kansas City Chiefs issue with Patrick Mahomes, you see the difference. I mean, I know everybody feels like laying you read reinvented himself. And and I stated earlier in the year. You're gonna start seeing pieces written that Andy Reid is finally figured out the clock. He knows clock management. And I think if you look at it what you'll find out is that when you have a quarterback, and you have thirty six and there's fifty two seconds on the clock, and you have no timeouts in your sixty yards away from a score and that quarterback touch the ball and runs for seven yards. And it's a first down twenty six more seconds clicks off the clock. And everybody says Andy Reid has no urgency when you have Patrick Mahomes, and I'm speaking about Alex Smith and his approach nothing against Alex Smith, he's better than most quarterbacks in the NFL. But if you want to be great at two minute, drives if you wanna be great all around offense. You need a guy who pushes the ball down the field and third and six and no time. Outs. Patrick Mahomes is gonna take a shot. Thirty five yards down the field. We've seen it at the end of first half. You know, the chiefs went I think it was four four and a half years with Alex Smith and Andy Reid before they took over the ball with under two minutes ago. When a half, you know, the game or that or the end of the first half and drove down the field and got a touchdown. I mean, it just never happened. They weren't built to do it. Alex Smith was just not that kind of quarterback. And and frankly, I think, you know, unless this pains me as a Syracuse gotta say this about Donovan McNabb, but he was Donovan McNabb. I think I've maps career is more testament to Andy Reid than it is what he could do we saw it h thirty two he left. Everybody poop away and says, well, you know, he was old when he got to the Washington Redskins. He was like thirty two thirty three's younger than Alex Smith was going to the Redskins this year. And yet he wasn't able to produce anything with the Redskins or Vikings. Once he left in you read. I think Andy Reid is a classic example of a guy that you can pose the question if Marty Schottenheimer Andy Reid at Tom Brady, would they look like Bill Belichick and Bella check didn't what he looked like those two coaches. I think now we. Listen to Andy Reid can't get the clock them with Patrick molds. If eighty recant win playoff games home playoff games with Patrick Mahomes than Indy. Read is undoubtedly the problem. But I can tell you looking at him in the eye every week. I definitely don't think he feels. He's the problem. I I see where people would would would come to that conclusion. But Andy Reid is very confident in what he's doing. And he's got a chance to back it up. And listen Kansas City is demanding that he do it. I mean, there's gonna be a lot of frustrated fans. And I think you'll hear boos in Arrowhead stadium. If they don't get off to a good start because Kansas City knows they've got the number one seed, and this is when you're supposed to win. We're talking to Ceram pet show from sports radio eight ten W H being Kansas City. Spain and Fitz. Sarahspain Jason Fitz..

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Winston Privacy Unveils New Safeguard Against Surveillance

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:48 min | 3 years ago

Winston Privacy Unveils New Safeguard Against Surveillance

"I'm going to be straight with you outside. I think I'm officially a little bit jaded with a whole madness that typically Ceram C E S in Vegas. Why think I'm just getting bored of bigger and better cameras, bigger screens? Whether there are lead or foldable or Rollerball is starting to disappear in a sea of sameness. And so much tech is just a solution. Looking for a problem at the event and get me started on the live demo fails of disobedient, robots smart nappies or darkest for my US listeners or drink data. Coupes that will tell me when I need to take a glass of water, or this even a device, it ceus up saying that we'll take a breath sample and tell you what kind of food you need based on the data the produces. If you need a two hundred dollar device to tell you when to change your baby's nappy went. To drink water or went to eight you, my friend. I have no hope, but whereas this come from. I mean after four years of covering the event, I think I'm just getting frustrated if everyone outlet short while you're depressing software around for about twenty years now, but what are the problems with privacy? That's what we asked yourselves as we were be mess. And our answers working on privacy isn't easy. It's not convenient. And even if you're highly technical, and you put countermeasures in place, we solutions that are out. There aren't really all that affective. And I say that from a position of a thirty being on the other side and seeing the men different ways this data was gathering collected. So when people think about privacy, they think VPN ad blockers. Well, Google and other companies can see right through VPN because we don't provide any privacy protection what they do is being crypt your internet changer. I p address, but they do nothing to address the many redundant forms of tracking. They're also slow when a pain in the bunch of us and a lot of them are logging and selling your data. Anyway, even Facebook runs to be mecha- play something adblocker with another thing here of well, his trip visible ads and the only kind of same single application. That's your browser. So we're different for a few reasons. The first is we encrypt all of your internet activity in your home on every single device y'all everything from PC's to your doorbells protected second. It's fast. We reduced dating usage by forty five percent. And as a result page looked speed is double on average third easy.

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Ewan McGregor's daughter calls his girlfriend, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, 'a piece of trash'

Straight Up with Stassi

04:51 min | 4 years ago

Ewan McGregor's daughter calls his girlfriend, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, 'a piece of trash'

"Think a lot of people would have opinions about we not being allowed to do the only everyone's allowed to have bushes it makes you wanna get married a lot i can say that when i'm ready toss or wouldn't you alert like or it no i'm just trying to figure out who like no i'm sorry i'm trying to think of whom i crush is our right now 'cause joaquin phoenix used to be mine in he turned he we're here so it's like that was rude you and mcgregor was another one he turned weird because he cheated on his wife with someone who's just younger and looked like his wife so like bag shot say we we we halt there yeah totally do read what his daughter wrote now she says girl called him traff he's trash fuck you you know no was in what day was this i read it took data today that his are you on our called his girlfriend commented on how instagram okay so he's still going on his moral homage on immigration girlfriends in ceram instead like you're so beautiful or whatever and his daughter clara is donate i don't even know her name in shave wrote i bleed sarah hilliker but his girlfriend his daughter responded to the person said like would you wins it what do you consider beautiful she's alyssa trap lazily she she's been what happened today like i even brought up you immigration in lake a really light in may of me we'll get back to bieber just just chill i know i am shocked right now wait i legitimately can't believe that this happened today i was i was like ugo yes totally like yeah how i'm sorry tell that fucking water be step mom that she is jack what is i don't know if she's gadgets unauthorized unauthorised thing he reminds me and says you immigrants daughter clara calls his girlfriend mary elizabeth winstead a piece of trash oh my god us okay okay okay most she wrote most beautiful and talented woman on earth oh man yeller delusional the girl is a piece of trash ex i love that she gave a kiss at the end oh my god dropped the mic bhamas move clara we wanna be your bff he is a hero she really is i'm sorry this destroyed me because you and mcgregor was like my first majorleague yes i liked leonardo dicaprio in titanic in josh hartnett in pearl harbor but like like you mcgregor move on real was one i really started to think about sex in a real way who like that was like my like real holy shit i'm feeling like my crush everywhere i'm feeling l on you know what i'm talking about there's difference between having like your little crushes when you're ten and eleven and twelve and then you're thirteen whenever age it is and then i was like oh my god you immigration is it that was like i felt like if i don't find someone like you immigrated moulin rouge i'll die maybe that's why i have this theory i've talked with this on my podcast that who your first celebrity crushes are like who you fantasize about your shape the type of dunes that you date so one thing that i've kind of noticed is that like when like emotional or are sensitive with me it like it like if it melts me i'm like oh my god i'm all in and you and mcgregor moulin rouge was like the most fucking sensitive soul ever yeah yeah that's where he got other mining avidly mine was for sure leo cavs in titanic and roman which makes sense as to why oman swing zelma of it ryan guessing at what point and joseph gordon levitt in which movies ten things i hate about you the but i'm talking about this no no no no for shane hard for me not that i'm talking about legal leo or a volume will yoting leo i was i'm talking about like a very eating no one of your fist well done do i'm not talking all that oil we'll on okay okay i'm saying i'm talking about leo like when when i was that young okay now young i'm like being like that impressionable that age so yes jgl i we ten i was led her visial make sense and all that in like you know.