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"chaim" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"chaim" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

"But what about this you know. I'm much more familiar with With myself with people close to me and and with people that i work with is having too much shame or getting stuck in shame falling into states like you said states hanging out there too long railroad and so let me go to shame as a trade so where it becomes sort of an embedded part of your personality where there's a narrative which may be conscious or unconscious. I'm basically defective or unworthy. You're not good enough. Which can shop is all kinds of ways. You know like being really high. Achieving and perfectionist can be based on that feeling of not being good enough. So you can get. That's my favorite defense against shame. You can get trait. Shame from two sources. One is a lot of experiences of being punished. Rejected pushed outside the group for all different kinds of things. So if you're happy and your mother yells at you. I had a client wants whose father worked at night and slept during the day. And the kids head to tiptoe around the house and if you ever showed joy than she ever show joy her she and her brother her mother yell them him say stop. You don't do that. Yeah how many times have i told you. And then as an adult. This woman came to me and said how come even when good things happen. I can't feel any joy about and joy. I when she started to experience it would become immediately slammed down by the inner shame response so if your joy has been punished if your sexuality has been shamed if expressions of anger have been shamed if entitlement positive. Entitlement is but she had all these kinds of things and not repaired. We should talk about healthy. Shame later not repaired afterwards. Then you can end up with this pervasive constriction in your personality and this basic belief that you're a it even makes me think of when you don't mirror apparent than he's mirroring enough and you just have yourself shows us so not even doing anything. Classically wrong but popping into three dimensions and existing juice can sometimes trigger that or different from the expectation of the parent. That which is kind of like. I really hope for this kind of personality. And the can't get it in your child and the child ends up feeling that not good enough or like i'm just not hitting the mark something which doesn't which gets them rejected straight then the second place that chaim can come from and this can start at birth really is from emotional neglect children who have not have responsive secure attachments with emotional caregivers who noticed them. Hold them in mind. So if you have a depressed mother or i'm saying mother but any caregiver so or associated one or a busy one or a tired one who can't look in your eyes and connect with you and showed joy and be responsive etc that can lead to a deep inner sense of unworthiness. And so you know these Children who were raised in orphanages where no one held them and pick them up. We know from research study. Said one of the things they struggled with later is a pervasive deep sense of unworthiness so insecure attachment all was has a component of shame with it so and john ball our big attachment girl. Rose said what happens is the child doesn't conclude he's unloved. He concludes he's unlovable. And that becomes part of the working model..

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"chaim" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"chaim" Discussed on Epicenter

"Don't want this leg threshold. Decrypted havis different security assumptions than consensus protocol. And so that's kind of why it's important for it to be honest chain now just as done its own. Chaim doesn't mean it not going to be part of the theorem ecosystem. I mean i don't know if people realize polygon is basically built using the kosti k it is. It's built on core using the causes assessing k. And i don't think anyone would argue that it's not a core piece of the ecosystem right now. And so are osmosis. Will you know currently focused on disconnecting to the chains. Right now by like very soon. We'll be connecting to the wider. Because it's come as well so in So basically the bridges are something that is kind of a mystery to me. How exact works so basically the bridges within the they're kind of building but there's also The gravity bridge right that that bridges the idc networks to to theorem. How does that wagon. can you prince of actually having. Am that wax across this bridge. The grabby bridge is essentially i. B c requires building a light client for the other chain in the native dodging. Typically what we do is build this into the core code base of the chain of south so in the cage in the software of the cost of sixty k. To be able to do this you can also if you wanted to write this light client system.

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"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Hi morgan who has taught through in the last episode the classic inventory management errors which is a useful list if not a fun one especially involving inbound shipping things like that and yet basically we we are gonna continue our discussion about diy and and versus using somebody else for reimbursement work. I would just say if you didn't know this thing exists. Educate yourself about. It could be at least your significant seller tens of thousands possibly that i've seen hundreds of thousands or over one hundred thousand dollars or pounds euros. Or whatever owed to you so this is worth educating yourself about if you haven't heard about it before if you have even and you'll still sort of shopping around to see which refund provided might be useful for you with checking outs hyman his team. So either which way. I think it's with educating yourself. About because it's your money in amazon's bank account folks and that is not where it should be. It should be in yorba to enjoy the show and take some action on this stuff. This is one of those nice simple areas where it's clear what the business cases so then overcomplicate is action. And hopefully this is part of educating about deciding what the right action should be enjoyed the show and i guess again we got to forgive ourselves and have a mechanism what strikes me. This whole business of reimbursement is the rebid right. You know. there's no such word as 'imbursement but if they were i guess it would be getting paid and then getting repaid in other words. It's a correction mechanism. Just as we don't assume most of us who are serious will know that we can't just ashim that because we told our suppliers and manufacturers to make a widget this long out of this material with no flaws that that's how they actually come out which is why we have specifications upfront. And if you really throw you have an during manufacturing inspection but you certainly have appreciated. His bike. Should be a shipments back to and this seems to me. This is completing the the same thing in other words..

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"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"I do nice somebody. He did it in. House anada fulltime. Va on this now. But mentally he was doing about half million dollars a month a point. This is a few years ago. And i think mrs maybe slightly better refunding people but he had time. Va on it. And and that's going to be a cost a ahead and of course the va was learning curve on how to do it whereas if you hire somebody yes they'll take a percentage off but it's censorship money. You didn't have in the first place. So i would suggest that my brains suggests and common sense suggests outsourcers stuff get somebody else do it get the money back. And yes you'll take off you also bear mind. Some people take twenty percent twenty five some thirty percent. That's the sort of range. And obviously if you get eighty percent or seventy percent eighty percents better. But all i'd say eighty percent of how much the more competent people are. That the more you can end up paying them but then the bigger amount of money they'll bring it back said don't overcomplicate this stuff. I've seen a lot of people up in knots because they don't want to pay somebody else to do stuff that they could do themselves. Just because you can doesn't mean you should. There were some things within getting yourself because they add value to your brand and some stuff is a total pain. I would probably classify this in the latter category. You'll call but if you do want to wet with somebody refund sniper obviously is one person you can do. You can get an audit for free which is great or you can have a deeper dive. And then you can work with them if you want. So the easiest way to email them info at refund sniper dot com and there's a ton of ways to contact manang including our eight hundred number. You can facebook message them whatever you want but these guys know their business and definitely worth getting off at the very very least folks the very very least should do with any the experts on the on program. That's a relevant to your needs half a free conversation and educates of. That's always the minimum my device. Everyone to do. You don't have to go ahead and sign anything. What people if you don't want to educate yourself that's the very least we all of us should be doing. And that's the mission. I'm on here to help. Educate you make you more money. Frankly and also make your life less stressful. I mean some stuff on amazon is just a nightmare to do and this is one of those areas so the very least get some help from an expert hoped. We've had some of that already if you like what we're offering here and would like to hear more of it than obviously subscribe to the show that gets a hit that button in your poker player of choice. And if you happen to be on apple podcasts. For the moment spotify that's growing like topsy with seeing our downloads. They grow a lot. Sadly you cannot leave a review which is super annoying. But there it is. But if you're an apple podcasts we love you to leave a review thus writing stuff or even just a rating dislike amazon. These days you can tap one two three four zero five stars preferably five of course but be honest it. You have got things that you want to change. Then do email me michael amazing. Fbi dot com with your thoughts or if you go. Particular topics wants to address We got a ton of experts. Were in touch with these days in ever increasing circle of people that want to work on the show now which is wonderful so we can pretty much address. Any amazon related or e commerce related topic. You want with an expert interview so just get in touch and let me know other than that..

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"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Where you and anybody. In between whether it be amazon the tax authorities internationally if inconsistent data in a system where there is a possibility comparing one day to another. You've got a problem. And i would say you got to cheat the system. You need to be thorough and consistent or you could just go crazy and just not trying and cheat because normally if you try and fudge things at one end in a digital world where everything is measured and allows extraordinary things to happen of course. Is that the system and thank you for the wrong line to isn't extorting system offer systems extraordinary but it still has arizona but if you start introducing false data into very very very dry data system you can expect things to meltdown pretty quick you send inventory no bulkhead on it and their weight. You already asking trouble. But it's an interesting presumed. The bill of lading is delivery the o. l. is apo. The delivery violas. One of the signed would be signed by the amazon warehouse. Showing that inventories been received now. A lot of times we get that question as well and one of the answers. I have to our clients. Is that you know you're not necessarily doing anything wrong. And there's nothing that you can really changing your process. You have to understand that you're using amazon system and their you know their warehousing of their operations apparitions etc so automatically. You're going to be at their mercy for one things fall through the cracks. So whether it's you know you whether you sell breakable. Good say or whatever it is and you know there's the manual aspect of it also where you can have an where else employee. Whose you know lugging a pallet off the truck and it just simply you know accidentally knocks into something or whatever etc and something breaks or a box falls and breaks and shatters. That's you didn't do anything wrong. That's just that's par for the course. That's how the business operates when things go discrepant. I mean we're dealing with in the us. There's there's there's hundreds of warehouses and insane operations going on in every single warehouse robotics mixed with human interaction et cetera. It just crazy and you know things are going to get misplace. Things are going to fall through the cracks etcetera. So it's not necessarily about what the seller can correct or is doing wrong. It's just more about that. You know you're part of this process and you can do phenomenal sales on this process. But then things inevitably are going to fall through cracked by no fault of your own. Yeah and i guess. Having a way to as they say reconciling is kind of matching things up and then dinner. Without because i was in will pay you for the fact they messed up and not science fair. And it's just like if your supplier on the creation of product side Doesn't do things perfectly but is acceptable. Then that's just a part of the custody. In business and the same with the warehousing operation again is a percentage game..

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"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"chaim" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Products right. Everyone talks shooting fifty percent. But i don't see much of that but let's say forty percent that means i reckon that means about thirteen percent of your profit is gone. That's that's a big percentage of your profit so by the way profits of the stuff that you pay yourself from if you're taking dividends and profits of what you value of your businesses if you wanted to extrapolate that i mean you could say that business is probably worth about half a million to even a million dollars less than it should be. I mean it's it's a pretty significant when he really foul love to turn stuff into profit not because things that looks more when they're percents she's revenue normally look a lot bigger is percents of profits. And if you multiply those out that's the value of the business. Suddenly house as the problem is so i. I know personally up was biking with with friends of mine. Running businesses about half a million dollars a month and they've had six figure refunds every phenomenon. It's recoverable ya. It's not something different about or be upset about it's you can get it back. I mean we can't go back more than the eighteen months. That's the max that amazon will allow us to reconcile an account. But you know and part of our process also..

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ClaimShare, a Use Case in Confidential Computing

Insureblocks

01:57 min | 1 year ago

ClaimShare, a Use Case in Confidential Computing

"Chaim. Welcome to injure blocks. Could you please give our listeners. A quick introduction on yourself. Thank you very much for having me. I'm yeah sure so. My name's james. I'm based out of beautiful city of antwerp in belgium. I've been working at influence you for about two years as the lead for the emerging Emerging markets abusive elements and. I've been working on the ship. Product for the lost thin months review focusing on the go to market strategy. I'd be very excited about the elti. In general be working with him for five years already and and very happy to be here. Thank you actually. And it's great to have you with us so shame i'm gonna bombard a few questions now around definitions and so the first one. I'd like you to give us an answer. Is what is blockchain. And how does it work. And then we're going to fill up to the second question. Which is what is confidential computing. So let's start with the first one. Kitty tell us what is blockchain. Yeah sure I believe everyone has slightly different than what blushing release for myself. i would say it's really addicting -nology that it's different actress to collaborate with shuttle without forty hadn't Each other and this by having distributed nature and its database. You can have a debate that decentralized but the way that they handled is also decentralized so really following coat that you can be sure that everyone is processing the data. Same is one of the key attributes to look chain. I'm really is. And i believe sliding off topic of your question but there has been a lot of discussions often better. You would need to use book. Shane or it can happen centralized and i believe that's not always a fair question to ask so. I think you need to look at it from a business point of

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Going After What You Want in Life Without Shame

The Self-Leadership Club Podcast with Jess Wagner

06:55 min | 1 year ago

Going After What You Want in Life Without Shame

"I feel like what we have to do here. I is talk a little bit about shame. So a lot of what i've learned about. Shame comes from bernie brown which is probably no surprise. So i feel like. I need to shout out here at the top of the episode because she researches shame like that's been her main life's work and of course she's written a lot of books about it and ted talks about it and all that stuff. But she's like the foremost researcher chaim. And so this is where i've learned a lot about. What is what it means and what we can take away from ant so her work has informed a lot of thoughts and reflections here. So let's turn to brennan for a comprehensive definition of shame. So this is what she says. I defined shame as the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing that we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging. Something we've experienced done or failed to do makes us unworthy of connection. I don't believe shame as helpful or productive. In fact i think shame is much more likely to be the source of destructive hurtful behavior than the solution or the cure i think the fear of disconnection can make dangerous another interesting quote from brennan. Shame corrodes the very part of us. That believes we are capable of change. The reason this particular hind stuck out to me so much is because if we don't believe we can change. We're not going to go after what we want right. That's if our belief in our mind is that. I'm not capable of change or i'm not worthy of change than we never take that step forward to actually go after what we want in life and part of living unapologetically as this line says that we're talking about today. Unapologetic is going after what you want in life and so when we believe that we will accept where we are without question because we don't think we're worth whatever comes on the other of change for us. We believe that what we have is. Maybe even what we deserve. It also makes me think of that quote from one of my favorite books of all time the perks of being a wallflower. That book has meant so much to me and my life and there's a quote from the book that when i read it as a teenager it certainly meant something to me then but it does not even come close to the understanding. I have of this quote now in my life and that cool is we accept the love. We think we deserve and as a teenager. I was like okay. Yeah like i get it. I'm like kind of a surface level. But now i've had a lot more experience both with accepting love from other people and for accepting love for myself and i have found that to be so incredibly true. We accept the love. We think we deserve. We accept a lot in a lot of ways. We accept the life. We think we deserve right. And i don't wanna like gloss over privilege and access and and having money like the things that that can do for us in the world's because there is certainly certainly for a lot of us relations. Why maybe the exact life we want. It's not just because we we don't think we deserve it right. There's a lot more to it. The not but i think it is hopeful lens to look at some of this stuff through like i simply accepting what i think i deserve here. Do i think the. I deserve less in this situation and so i have found it very enlightening to look at in this in this area of like accepting a life that i think are or am i accepting lake the call for something bigger or something different and so matching like my sense of worth my sense of deserving ness to what i want so yeah but yet we were talking about shame. I got off her but i do. Think that year quote from brunei. About like shame corroding the part of us. That believes we're capable of change I think that's really important to look out along with her definition so now that we've established like what we're talking about when we say shame. Let's think about the first part of the cement going after what you want in life. So let's give this some context. Okay i have had conversations with people where i will ask them what they truly want in their lives and they can't answer me and by the way that's not because they don't want anything bites. I believe it's because they have learned that the are allowed to want things or that they're not worthy of wanting things that they should just accept things the way they are because what they want is impossible for them and again. This is not something. That's like a super conscious thoughts on the surface. It's not like i asked the question. What do you actually want in life. And they're like While what i want is impossible Because they don't believe him worthy of it right not the actual thoughts going through. Someone's had but it's kind of these underlying beliefs that we have about ourselves Sue ya and and it's really interesting. Because i think on the surface to a lot of us think i know what i want. I totally know what i want like. I just wanna be happy or ida. Slake wanna i don't move to a bigger house or like i just want to be out of debt right but like my question is what are you truly. Want in your life lake. Where do you truly see yourself and what. How does that correspond to like the values that you have your core values right and that's when the conversation gets gets more interesting because it's kind of off of that surface level and more into like the depths of lake. How do you actually want to live. And that question can be challenging to

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"This year and possible season fourteen. Come over to a podcast org slash telegram and say hello. We'll be in there. I mean we're not going anywhere for christmas all we know. And it's it's generally friendly place and we talk about all manner of stuff whether it's te- biscuits and sometimes yeah. Yeah so sanctuary much. Everyone we might see you again next year

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"chaim" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"chaim" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yes, ma'am. That's someone. Yes, I said to you. Section. Sent, you know, Bob. Billions. You know me? No question. Awesome man s so madness. Gets back? Yes. Section by section by Section by section up by S O s. So suddenly, Miss. So suddenly, miss source. So messy, messy, messy. Send a message. Solis. Something, miss Miss Source, Miss. So You must be stuck in a snowbank somewhere, sending out an S. O s Sting and the police New Jersey Chaim Time is 9 18 on this snowy Sunday. It's ugly out there and it's still coming down. And this is just the beginning..

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"chaim" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

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"chaim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Who knows many restless nights, the dead spent. Praying himself through the wee hours of the morning. Who knows how often he went out early in the morning in the missed dawn, and looked out from the port. Shit that horizon to see there might be his boy. There are not worse to describe the heartache. And the tension. Between the love of a father. And the better judgement? Of this wise. So the voices I'll get up and go to my father, and so he practices. His speech is what I'm going to say. Father I've sinned against heaven and in your site I'm no longer worthy to be called your son. Make me as one of your hard men. There's Chaim and and guilt dripping from that statement I am so unworthy. I'm so undeserving. You don't even only a roof over my head, but if you will please grant me a place back in the shed where the hired servants are just. Just that. So much better than this. That's what I'll do. Verse Twenty. So good. Love to preach. This is our moment right now, folks. This is the moment, so he got up and he came to. His nope came to his neighborhood. Came to his room, nope came to. His father came to his father, his father. His father. And while he was still a long way off, there is on the porch. That's F.. What he does love it. When it was still a long ways off, his father saw him and felt compassion. We'll get the first response rather than on a show that would never I'm gonNA put him in the corner for the next three years. He going to be on probation for at least six months before he gets any from.

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Who Killed the President

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Who Killed the President

"Today. We take a look back in history couple hundred years and asked the question who killed the president. It wasn't the bullet July. Second eighteen eighty one chaim say Garfield arrived at the Baltimore and Potomac train station for a much-needed holiday. Just four months had passed since the former union general in Ohio. Congressman had been sworn in as the nation's. Nation's twentieth president as Garfield Carriage pulled up outside the Baltimore and Potomac Charles Gucci Paste the waiting room inside ready to fulfil what he believed was a mission from God at around nine twenty am. Garfield entered the station. Longside Secretary Blaine, who had offered to escort him to his train, as strode through the waiting room Gutierrez, snuck up behind them drew his pistol. He fired two shots at the. The should from point blank range. The first bullet only grazed Garfield right arm. The second struck Garfield in the lower back, and knocked him to the floor. He was immediately carried to the train and laid on the floor. They're bleeding profusely from his back wound within minutes, ten different doctors had arrived to examine him an try. Locate the second bullet though no one knew at the time, the slug. Slug had missed the president's arteries and vital organs and embedded itself near his pancreas time it was very survivable injury, but the army of well-meaning physicians only worsened the damage by using their unsterilized fingers and wants to probe the wound, introducing germs, and potentially causing an infection Thomas Lister a name. You might recognize from listerine. A big promoter of the danger of germs protested, but the doctors would have. Have none of it after an hour of excruciating prodding, the president was carried for the train station to the bedroom at the White House. Is Doctors feared? He would not survive the night. Forty nine year old president had rallied the first few days after the shooting, but his condition worsened after Dr d Willard Bliss administered heavy doses of Quinine Morphine and alcohol, which brought on doubts vomiting that left. Left him, weak and emaciated bliss also conducted repeated medical probes in a futile attempts to locate the second bullet. In August, he even enlisted the help of telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell who used a crude metal detector, called an induction balance to search for the slug, the machine at work perfectly in test, but the screening failed due to interference from the springs and the president's bed to make matters. Matters worse bell was only permitted to search the right side of Garfield, body, where bliss, incorrectly believed the bullet was lodged by September a massive infection, most likely caused by medical treatment have left Garfield with persistent fever and obsesses over entire body. He was taken to a cottage on Jersey. Shore in the hope that the cool sea air would revive him, but died in the night of September nineteenth. Nineteenth eighteen eighty one. He had been president for just two hundred days. Kill by doctors knocked by the

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"chaim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

15:06 min | 2 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So the boy says I'll get up and go to my father, and so we practices. His speech is what I'M GONNA say. Further. I've sinned against Heaven and in your side I'm no longer worthy to be called your son. Make me as one of your hard men. There's Chaim and and Gil dripping from that statement. I am so unworthy I'm Sola deserving. You don't even know me a roof over my head, but if you will please grant me a place back in the shed where the hired servants are. Just. So much better than. This. That's what I'll do. Verse Twenty. Oh so good. Love to preach. This is our moment right now, folks. This is the moment, so we got up and he came to his own nope campus neighborhood. Nope came to his room. No came to his father came to his father. His father. His father? And while he was still a long way off there. He is on the porch. Love it? When we long ways off, his father saw him and felt compassion. Look at the first response rather than on a show that never I'm gonNA put him in the corner for the next three years. He going to be on probation released six months where he gets any food for my table. No, no, no, no, there's grease in this story. The father felt compassion for him. He ran and embraced him. As, parents, it's a temptation to rescue the.

Chaim Gil
"chaim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So the voices I'll get up and go to my father, so we practices. His speech is what I'M GONNA say! Father I've sinned against Heaven and in your side I'm no longer worthy to be called your son. Make me as one of your hard men. There's Chaim and and Gil dripping from that statement. I am so unworthy I'm so undeserving. You don't even know me a roof over my head, but if you will please grant me a place back in the shed where the hired servants are just just that. So much better than. This. That's what I'll do. Verse Twenty. So good? I loved to preach. This is our moment right now, folks. This is the moment, so he got up and he came to his own. Nope came to his neighborhood. Nope came to his room, Nope, came to. His father came to his father. His father. His father. And while he was still a long way off their ears on the porch. Ticket what he does love it. was a long ways off. His father saw him and felt compassionate. Look at the first response rather than on a show that never I'm gonNA. Put Him in a corner for the next three years. He going to be on probation for six months where he gets any food from my table. No, no, no, there's grease in.

Gil Chaim
"chaim" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on Animal Radio

"You know there's something else we can do. Well Tim Nice Guy Your Wife you wonderful people. You're the kind of people people that I would love to live next door to because I can just tell your sweet people and you know. Sweetness does not equate with being a good dog parent. Sweetness is something you save for last and so what you've got now as you got those retractable leashes on the dog. Don't you wear their regular nylon John you know loop. They're not retract voice. Just like a five foot or six foot leash so how much time do you have had to for the dogs yet. Yeah well we can. We can work with them in the mornings or in the afternoon or in the evenings you know we we pretty I work for myself and she does suit. We have our own business. Dan Beautiful pretty much. Do whatever we want to do so well. What technique do you want? Do you want the simple technique because there is none you want the do you want the firstly choker Chaim will not hurt your dog. It's the way you use the choker chain that can hurt your dog. Basically a choke chain is just something to give your dog a little friendly early reminder that he's not acting the way you want. It's the way you use it so you're not going to hurt your dog by putting a choker chain on your dog so that's a really important thing you've got to have some sort of a collar on your dog that you can use to give your dog a correction the easiest technique. I'm going to give you for working with your dog and believe me. None of them work overnight. You've got to be patient. Asian Common Fan. All right you're going to have to work with one dog at a time though you don't WanNa work with him both or your wife has to take one you take the other one okay and the preparation Asian starts before you leave the house so before you leave the house you know you and you're getting ready to take your dog for walks. There's certain things you do get them immediately excited. Maybe you pick the leash up and he sees then he gets really excited by right. That's exactly what happens all right. So what you're GonNa do now is you're going to pick the leash up but you're not gonNA take them out and you're going to do that the lot you're just going to pick the leash up and walk around the House with so he never knows when he's going out. That's the first thing you're going to do the second thing you're going to do is when you leave the house else. You wait till the dog is calm. You just sit there you stand there with the dog at your side. You stand there. You don't move soon as you make a move towards the door. If he gets excited you stop. You didn't do a Lotta starting and stopping once you get him outside. You start walking as soon as he starts pulling you just stop you. Stop Walking and stand there. Now it's important that you we know you don't Talk Tim you and your wife do not talk to the dog. Just stand there. So does he calms you start walking again soon as he starts pulling you stop again. And the whole time the leashes glued to your body like your tree stump. You've got glued to your side or to your chest and your training your dog to walk on your side. Never in front of you so he he starts walking in front of you and pulling you just stop stand there and you don't move for as long as it takes for him to mellow out. That makes sense to you buddy. It's GonNa take a long tire. Yeah yeah those harnesses. It's supposed to stop them from Poland. You know when a poll and all that but I don't think those have worked so nothing stops. It's a dog from pulling but you what people don't understand is like let's say you take your dog out you train your dog for fifteen minutes. Well what are you doing the other twenty three hours and forty five minutes a day. You're teaching your dog stuff without him even knowing it without you even knowing it. You're teaching your dog all kinds of things and what you've gotTa do is you've got to be in charge. You GotTa Act like the leader. You've got to stop feeling sorry for your dog and worrying about him and you gotta treat him like a dog and you've got to be the leader that says hey I don't like this behavior cut it out and the way you do that with your body not with your words. The way you do that is when your dog starts pulling on a leash you just stop walking you wait polling before. That's that's what you gotTa do buddy that the The other question was is when the door that were th. They're by no means or they issues. They've never even offered or tried to bite. Anyone really won't even lick you but when somebody rings the doorbell.

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Red Sox introduce Chaim Bloom as new baseball boss

WBZ Midday News

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox introduce Chaim Bloom as new baseball boss

"Tom the red Sox new baseball bosses in place hi am bloom is the red Sox chief baseball officer the CBO you can listen in on high and blooms opening statement it's on Twitter at Tom Cuddy

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Houston Rockets gear no longer sold on Chinese sites

Marketplace

11:21 min | 2 years ago

Houston Rockets gear no longer sold on Chinese sites

"So let's talk about China last Friday Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeted quote fight for freedom stand with Hong Kong unquote that might sound anodyne enough in the American political context but a true outrage in China where the NBA and especially the rockets are wildly popular the Chinese reacted to punish the NBA polling rockets merchandise off the markets and taking NBA preseason games off the air China wants an apology and they wanted in the form they usually secret for multinationals the go against the Chinese line by for example presenting Taiwan as a separate country from China Marriott international respects and supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of China that's a real statement from Marriott last year after employees expressed support for human rights in Tibet at ended up firing that employee the NBA has not been willing to go that far in the face of Chinese demands well more he took down his tweet commissioner Adam silver said league supports his right to free speech that's contrary to the Chinese line which is the free speech does not extend to support for what it considers to be separatist movements but can be is also alienated Americans by expressing regret that Maury support for freedom in Hong Kong and quote deeply offended many of our friends and fans in China unquote and for a league that's prided itself on letting players express themselves on matters of social concern now other players nor coaches nor managers seem to want to talk about the merits of the Hong Kong issue at all this week the NBA's limp response has led to a bipartisan group of lawmakers from Ted Cruz to Alexandria castle Cortez demanding the NBA withdrawal from China until China agrees to stop selectively punishing Houston Rockets for Maurice exercise of free speech on American soil Lynette as we can see with this example with Marriott and many others before the NBA this is been going on for years but this NBA story seems to have a lot of Americans focusing for the first time on the way China treats American multinationals and what that means for American values and free speech around the world and worrying that instead of exporting freedom to China's made we hope to do two decades ago they were importing China's authoritarianism is is that something we should be worried about yeah I think that we are no longer under there the illusion that exporting big macs and basketball to China are going to get the Chinese Communist Party to change values and if you are not exporting values to China you need to worry that China is exporting values to you and that's the case here Hong Kong has become a new third wait rail in Chinese politics when the NBA went into China in the nineties it was not that it was you know they knew that it you know too that was off limits Taiwan was off limits Tiananmen Square is off limits three T. is now Hong Kong has become part of that this is a relatively new development and I can understand that things are changing quickly the kids in Hong Kong who are protesting are getting exactly what they want which is becoming a flashpoint between the west and China and and it's a new reality that we're gonna have to deal with as well as the reality that she's in paying is far more bellicose sees enemies everywhere and is far more aggressive than his predecessors so American companies look at this and they see China really caring about the stuff it's it's not always clear the extent to which that's the Chinese government caring versus the Chinese public caring I think I think people do make an error the way they talk about this is that were solely the Chinese government I think some of this is Jane genuine public opinion and consumer concern in China but basically these US firms see this stuff is really cared about China U. S. consumers don't really care about this stuff and so we should change what's in our movies so that it meets with you know with Chinese expectations about Chinese patriotism and you know we should refrain from commenting on political issues that are flashpoints in China and rich I'm I just look at that I'm not sure what to do about it I mean you see people saying things like all trading with China isn't worth it but a that you know that that would be a big thing to try to change it also I don't even know what that would mean you want to we're gonna prohibit people in China from watching American basketball I think it's I think it's very hard to extricate yourself from the wishes of a large rising country with a lot of middle income people that has you know about a billion and a half residents well it is a real problem and it's just China has managed to this where they have their own dictatorial one party state with a semi market system that's created a huge and lark lucrative customer base for American businesses and as capitalist enterprises they're really responsive to that and ways that because self abasement and the the NBA is just the worst example of it and just the the stocks tarnishing hypocrisy of the NBA you know bowling North Carolina and to changing a bathroom law doesn't like and then render yourself completely mute on on you know heinous human rights abuses are much worse than anything North Carolina could do on bathrooms and by the way China's horrible on gay and transgender issues and no one will say a peep about it is it's just really despicable conduct and it and and just having by the confiscating signs comes getting a sign at a an exhibition game at the arena down a Washington it just has Google Uighurs he can't hold a sign that says learn more about a minority group it's completely insane I think though I will say that the Chinese government in its tabloids seems to be backtracking at first four days ago it was you know screw the NBA were very angry and now they're like okay you can go back to watching basketball again it's eats weird seeing the CCP do this because you know it it for years the Chinese model was kind of by your time be polite and you know don't show China strength until it's fully strong and now you know yeah the CZ P. kind of unleashed the Chinese you know I nationalism on the NBA and then realize we second we have to get this genie back in the bottle because the Americans are mad I mean I don't think China is ever pissed off Americans like this is that why it's not that because I've been wondering about whether this is successfully splitting the Chinese consumer base from the Chinese government which is to say that like American consumers you know Chinese consumers might you know have opinions about Hong Kong that doesn't necessarily mean they care deeply all of them do care deeply about the NBA lesson is are we out of bide your time are we strong enough destroyer strength or are we still invite your time but also kind of the that's the tension that China has right now partly because of the trade war partly because of Hong Kong are we strong enough to show our strength yet or are we still in this period of bide your time and when Americans get really really angry China is China kind of takes a second and take the beaten says wait a second maybe we're still invite your time out you don't think that they're concerned about losing internal public support where people are just gonna say I just want to watch the Houston Rockets when a fan of yeah I mean that's one issue and the other issue is you know what American at what the United States has done to Chinese tech companies and they realize after what happened with while way you know if the Americans get really really mad and cut off you know the US semiconductor industry they can still cripple our our major multinationals they can still cripple our advancement they can still stunned China twenty twenty five so the are you invite your time or are you strong enough to make bellicose statements like this it's a real tension right now and I think that's that's why we're seeing this this putting that genie back in the bottle in Chinese media Chinese tabloids I wonder if there are ways to use the the international trade agreements mechanisms to our advantage here which is to say we talk a lot when when we have trade disputes with China about what we want out of them that we want market access we want US financial firms people sell products there do we want them to respect the intellectual property of our software firms of our pharmaceutical firms what about respecting the intellectual property of our entertainment and sports firms if we said to them you know what we want market access for these firms that means allowing companies in on an even playing field without discriminating against them on the basis of of legal statements their employees might make in other countries now obviously I can imagine the Chinese would both resist roles like that and maybe not comply with them at all times but that's the thing we encounter on farm on software to it feels like this is a thing that we actually could negotiate for and that among other things when China does the these sorts of things punishes companies for saying the wrong things those are trade restrictions it's it's feels clinical to describe them as trade restrictions but they are they are and and we have ways of addressing trade restrictions I think this is shing point it would be a worthy goal just worries a practical matter it may require the Chinese changing their system even more than our current demands on them on trades would be very unlikely to result minor I I don't know I the there's a reason why US corporates were mixed on having this trade war in the first place and it's because they'd gotten along you know kind of quietly doing what the Chinese said without Americans really finding out about it and the trade war is bringing a lot of this to light how much Chinese US corporate have kowtow to the Chinese it's embarrassing for them and part of it is part of why they kept quiet was because of this change because of the shame of getting their intellectual property stolen changing the bad guy out in Hollywood film all this has been very Chaim as shameful and unfortunately now that the aggression between the US and China has has been blown out in the open so to have has the shameful behavior of US corporates I think it's really weird the way the president has handled the story which is why isn't he you're eagerly jumping on it here it's like this political gift to him here is this event that is created organic sentiment against communist China and specifically against the way communist China does does this commerce on at the time that he's waiting this trade warranty has Ted Cruz and A. O. C. N. Tomalin asking people all over the political spectrum Congress complaining about the Chinese why can't he picked us up and say see this is why we need to get tough on China this is why we need the terrorists to squeeze concessions out them so that they out of them so they treat American firms fairly it seems like this would be an opportunity for him to actually win over people who have been skeptical of his China policy and any barely wants to touch it no one he hasn't been big on talking about human rights in Hong Kong himself to he's afraid of offending China because he really wants at least over Chinese trade deal I mean it it's a you know when we talk about the trade deal we talk about what trump wants and what people are expecting now what Wall Street is expecting is nothing more than a pump and dump really something like you know trump doing some minor detail saying a bunch of positive things the stock market going up and then during the next deadline you know things kind of falling off and going off the rails again I mean trump can do no better than that and in his career in the stock market he never did any better than a pump and dump either but so then why are the markets up so much this week because when the president goes out and makes these statements about you know things are you know the tone is completely changed with China things are so much better I'm really excited about this meeting for this vice from here I think the way this is covered in the news is basically as trump B. S. saying trying to move the markets up he is trusting buttons but then why don't the market see through that wire the market's moving up there that you know that should mean that they think that you know the economic outlook is better because this actually reflects a change in the way that our trade relationship with China is going

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"chaim" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Started binge-watching, and I have no idea what's going on. What's the show about anybody just take their time and explain it to me? You do that it is jail Graham and Twitter. It's kiss. I've tasted blood and it is. Three. Tested, trusted, bro. Gathered. The pieces. Skin. Our stock could cut some parts off with some says on. Why not? Moment to say. Chaim that. Hello. No. Smile. But Macci shoe speak them. I've been. That that in. I should do keep my and check in basement because this case. Be on side and angry. But somebody be. And. Moment to say.

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"chaim" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on WSB-AM

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Electrical stimulation aids short-term memory, study finds

FT News

08:32 min | 3 years ago

Electrical stimulation aids short-term memory, study finds

"Stimulation of the brain can produce a striking improvements in the short term memory of older people when financed jeans the individuals, no characteristics. US we search Shane Naomi wolf Nick spoke to Clive Cookson, the F T signs Edison about the findings. Clive tell us about this research. Why was it carried out and who were the participants a group of scientists of Boston University in the US were comparing the short term memory of a group of twenty somethings with a group of people Asia tween sixty and seventy five and as everyone knows the twentysomethings far better than the older people and the way they enabled the older people to catch up to have working memory short term memory, the sort of thing you need if someone tells you telephone number, and you have to remember it for a few seconds. And write it down the way they enabled the old people to catch up was through a particular form of brain stimulation, Chaim agnostic or something. Yes. So they put an array of electrodes on your scalp in one of those EEG caps. First of all. All they measured the electrical activity, the brain waves across different regions of the brain. And then they tuned an alternating current very mild one she could hardly feel to improve synchronization across the brain. And if they did that the old is actually matched the youngsters for their short term memory. Why do the younger people have better shorts members than older people almost everything gets worse in the brain? I'm afraid to get older but short memory deteriorates much more quickly than long term episodic memory. And maybe partly that the synchronization the brainwaves don't work as well. That's sinking gets worse as you age in this case, they had quite precise. Synchronization they had to measure, everyone's natural brainwaves or rhythms. And then tune this alternating current to amplify that affectively. As the result says I said, we're quite spectacular. So obviously, you've explained how the brains of these people were stimulated and what the impact was. But how long lasting was it was only when you had the science fiction cap on that you'll brainwaves of better synchronized or did it last for a month or year after that, they wore the scifi cops for about twenty five minutes, and they continued to do these tests what they were doing was so simple computer tests where you flash up to images three seconds apart. And you have to remember the first one for long enough to see how different the second one is that sort of simple test, and while they were wearing caps and after fifty minutes, the improvement was still going strong. That was the end of the time allocated in the study, they don't know for how much longer it would have worked, but they guess hours at least and maybe longer. Than that. Now, this initial experiments as proof of principle if you like and Robert Reinhard who is the leader of the project said that he thought that it would work for hours at least. But he hasn't proved that this is early research, which they're pushing forward as fast as they can. And so how could this be? I mean, all the participants in the study, I see more healthy. But is there any evidence that those large amounts of people growing numbers of people who have suffered serious memory declined because of dementia or Alzheimer's is this a technology that could grow and become really big for them. I think so although this study is the strongest evidence that I've seen for electrical stimulation, helping the memory it's not the first to demonstrate the effect magnetic stimulation can also do something similar. So this is part of a wave of research, which is moving towards improve. Having cognitive deficit as the scientists call it, and yes, the people in this study were all healthy. But the researchers are very optimistic that it could help with diseases like Alzheimer's, and that's going to be one of the next stages of research, and Alzheimer's research UK, the charity is very intrigued and raw that optimistic about where it might go. Because in a lot of brain diseases like Alzheimer's studies show that synchronizing across the brain really breaks down. It can't address the underlying problems without Seimas. That's going to require something else. Which hasn't yet emerged I research, but I think it could possibly help the symptoms of people who losing that memory throughout timers and indeed for other diseases, and is the study backed up by any other similar research part of broad wave of research that aims to help. Dementia Alzheimer's sufferers people suffering with a memory, but has lived in anything like this perhaps in other countries that would back it up. Yes. Those being quite a lot of research in other countries. And I think they'll be even more emerging once this results, which is published in the journal nature neuroscience once that gets out and outsiders research is rather focused on the chemistry of the brain developing drugs that will help proteins what better mop-up, nasty chemicals, and this being raw the little dementia research looking at the electrical side of the brain. So I think yes, this will really stimulate that the less funding for that. Because it's not a drug. That's partly true. The great financial resources of the pharmaceutical industry as being rather directed to this pharmacological chemical drug aspects of dementia. But one or two companies, including Glaxo Smith Kline are showing a lot of research interest in what's called electro, pharmacology or electricity tickles. And I think this might help that and is there a hope or know a chance that this kind of treatment could be made widely available. You know, how some affluent people go for their vitamin B shots. They got more energy to succeed throughout the day. Could we people let me in my forties? Could I be going to put the cap on once a week to get a memory boost? I don't think it's something you can do at home. Anyone can buy an EEG cap. But what is needed? I think is a specialist who will tell you the frequency to alternate your current tat. Because if you get it wrong, it might make it worse. Talks or something. I'd have any knowledge that watching your own taste, but they'll be clinics in the city. You get your Bichon you get your boat talks. You get your memory boost time, I consider it being adopted quite quickly. Because this sort of thing has a shorter regulatory pathway than new drugs. It doesn't have to go through phase one face to face three. If they make health claims for it. The people will have to obviously get through regulatory pathway, but it's quicker than putting in brand new drug on the market, which has nosed ten years. Plus, what about the health risks? I mean, it feels a bit strange to be having electrodes attached to your skull. The current is a very small one. I think it's measured in millions. But yes, I think you're right. We should evaluate the long term health effects. And if you get the frequency wrong, they could make things worse because if it decent Kern is is your brain for most people that are bad. They're having said that the researchers say that there are a few brain disorders which epilepsy. Is probably the most important where arguably this too much communication across slippery. And under a few slightly slave that down it could. And this is highly speculative be the treatment for epilepsy working in exactly the opposite direction while it all sounds pie in the sky at the moment. But you know, how quickly these things happen. Maybe in five years time. We'll be popping off together in our lunch break to go have Osco cups, fitted for a memory Bruce St..

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If a podcast is too long, a fifth of listeners never return

podnews

02:36 min | 3 years ago

If a podcast is too long, a fifth of listeners never return

"How long should a podcast be while if a podcast is too long, two thirds of weekly podcast listeners return to that podcast later and continue listening when they have more time. That's according to a survey of radio fans. However, twenty one percent say bait never come back winning to our advice on how long a podcast should be in our newsletter. And in our show notes. Dan Meisner has looked at two years of the apple top two hundred podcasts, and he's discovered a number of trends, including more society and culture podcasts than ever before we linked to how the apple podcasts charts work in our show notes and in our newsletter. And now a note of caution a company called planet TV studios as approaching podcasters with the promise of coverage on FOX business US cable channel it sounds flattering. But don't waste your time. They want twenty eight thousand dollars to highlight your podcast, according to one. Podcast who contacted us? If you've twenty eight thousand dollars to burn on an average of just one hundred and forty nine thousand viewers when at least you could support pod news to where pod news dot net slash support. Acosta's launched in France, yen Tebet will run the French business, formerly he was in charge of Spotify for continental Europe over four million people in France, listen to podcasts every month. That's roughly eight percent of the country says the country's Media Metrix research podcast movement has a new head of sales Christy, Scott Christie was formerly selling Tom Taylor. Now, the excellent daily Email for people in radio Tom retired at the end of last year. Stitches CEO Eric dying was interviewed about the benefits of podcast advertising by yahu finance anchor has added analytics metrics to its mobile app. So you can now even check your download numbers on the bus. And what's the difference between radio and podcasting pod? News editor. Me in his weekly radio. Tomorrow piece for an Australian radio industry website points out that podcasters want to help each other. Unlike radio in developers corner this week supporting pubs hub hubbub could significantly help. All parts of the podcasting ecosystem pubs, hop hubbub. Cuts down on redundant ARA. Says polling a means it's faster for listeners to get new episodes. As we write in our overview article linked to from our show notes and our newsletter. It just needs a few lines of code and Google podcasts. Already supports it. Chaim? Just got such a stupid name,

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"chaim" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"Time for you to really like discover yourself and like coming to the realization that like the spiracy had of girl was meaningful to you in like awakens part of you that you didn't realize there and realizing maybe you might be by those. Like amazing feelings to to feel. They're also terrifying. I think if you're feeling alone in them like I'm glad you even reached out because it's like brave to do. So, but I really hoping supportive of you. If you do decide to tell him because I think it's a very fragile place to be mentally end. Because you think you know, yourself your whole life. And then you're like, well, maybe I tell like, yeah. But yeah, I mean. Life is all about like fucking self growth self-improvement, and we all are learning and growing as we go. And so this is like another development of that. And then more power to. Yeah. Yeah. Best of luck. Let us know. Yeah. And if not Salk him. Yeah worse if you're great. Yeah. Exactly. And you can be with a reward to be onto the next on owning your will. And I think getting boyfriend basically with like Krishna nearby. We are is there. We slow like a shame oil. Are realizing college England still can have. Saying we started having stacked on your that eighteen year old. It's been very good. But the only thing is that I could never orgasmic some sex like payments, the Jonah sex. So mike. Okay. I like him even or my. Really? That's all that I've ever orgasm firm. But. She usually wants to go like straight into and I always need to like workup. She went because I feel like if he kind of aren't going to. My question in this. How do you shake that? I could help my life. In. I'd like scout about sexual, but she's like really internet type issue. I don't know. I. I I don't wanna like came or like pulling out with this. Still or something. So I guess my question is like what? Like a Chaim thing that I could do. Yeah. 'cause I just I worked you in. Without how comfortable you like go down on me. I 'cause I'm not gonna do it. You know? If you need an adoptive funding. You're watching this on YouTube when you saw me like laugh in the middle of that just know that was because I knew Melissa put the past two questions on just for me feel like because she's new versions for every guess Harry.

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"chaim" Discussed on The Strategerist

The Strategerist

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on The Strategerist

"Containers by your front door that just say, welcome home. Andrew it's something about that. And they'll remind you that watered them though, will well, they'll they'll say, welcome home until I give them too much water or not enough water, and you know, kind of fall apart from there. But remember knowledge is keys. So when you know, how to water something, and how to how to take care of it'll rewards. What plans? Do you have on your doorstep? And what are your welcome home plants? Well, right now, I have some bamboo palm that are in terra cotta pot. It's and I plan them usually around Easter weekend, and they go almost all the way to Christmas. So I really get a big bang for my buck with those their green for most of the year. And then I I take them out in a storm for the wintertime and then during the wintertime, I put something like this evergreen like a camelia or Rosemary or some kind of conifer topiary. And that's kind of my my welcome home. I definitely practice practice. What I preach. You will know what season it is. If you look at my steps, I always have something going on them to say, welcome to welcome home. Welcome to farm, Dale my home and welcomed welcome to the season. Chaim call yourself, a lazy gardener? What do you mean by that? Well, I am truly the laziest Gardner of all because there's so much that I need to do. I have mentioned maybe I'm the second laziest Gardner bond binds you, but the reason the reason I call myself lazy gardeners, this I get I get distracted as soon as I pull one. We that's a stick. That needs to be picked up as soon as I got one sick. I see something else that needs to be done. And there's. This this compound of things of other things that I need to do our iphone checkout Instagram where I think I really wanna read this blog about hummingbirds. So I don't know how lazy it is. Or how distracted that that had that I am as gardener. But I'm also one of these people that believe this this bodes well from business as well as to hire your weakness. And so I'm not really good in the full sun all day long. Guess what Lantana is succulents? Are. There are some other plants that love the full sign and will grow and do amazing. So rather than taking something that is crushed and dainty and needs down gallons of water. I plant something that will thrive and survive and do the work for me. So then people say James your land Hannah looks amazing. And I just kinda grant and think oh, thanks so much. All I did was planet and get it started. So that's the lazy gardener me. I'll have another plan. Do the work for me. And it makes me look better than I really am. And that's key for conservation to right? You would wanna put a water thirsty plant in an area without much rainfall, right? Exactly. So that that lazy gardener is kind of a fun catchphrase? However, it catches people hooks them in. And they think oh, I can be lazy gardener. Well, sure, it is gonna require some work, but you put the right things in the right place. And and over ward you how did you develop such a love for gardening? I really think it came from my grandparents on both sides. My grandfather farmer had a small nursery. And I think farmers nursery people thought well, his his name alone. He knows what to do. So that that's one one aspect that. I think I got from him..

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"chaim" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"chaim" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"The segments been a little bit overdue. We're going to talk about hiding zipper. But I think we should also I discuss what the heck is there is because I'm sure there are people out there that are going. What's he talking about? Okay. So the zipper. What's does it? Well, when you change layers on your print, you're pausing your print head and moving your Z access, and you tend to get a little bit of blob of particularly for printing, something like L A, it's very fluid, and so it's the layer start point that if you depending on how you have your slicer said, they tend to end up just all stacked vertically and and z in z axis. Yeah. And it becomes an artifact on the surface of your print. Looks kind of like a zipper. I guess I can understand. Why why we'd call it zipper? So it's it's something that it's. Hard to get away from. But sometimes you can be clever about where you put it on the print. And of course, there's ways you can tune your printer to reduce or even eliminate it. So tell us about that zipper. But the zipper is always that thing that when you hand a three d print to somebody who's doesn't know anything about three d printing. And they look at it. And they they say, whoa. What's that? That looks like something went wrong. It's like something that doesn't belong there. Yes. Yes. Sure. And it it it can ruin a print it. It certainly is not ideal. Yeah. It can definitely ruin the aesthetic overprint. I remember one of the Cosmo. When men scans of like Aries, so is beautiful Roman guy with great helmet and the first print of it. I did it put the zipper right of his face. Yeah. I remember that. Yeah. That was back when we didn't know how to hide it or didn't. They didn't have the software to to do that stuff. Yeah. I remember the first year or two of three D printing with just the replicator to that. I had and I didn't know what I could do about the zipper. I remember we had a friend in Australia who experimented with minimizing the zipper and he worked really hard at it. And he can never fully get rid of it. Yeah. Now, I've been able to extremely minimize it. And the way I've been able to do that is through retraction. However, there's a limit that you can use retraction for this purpose because there's a trade off between speed and reliability. The more you retract mitt in particular with peel the more you retract the higher the probability, you're going to get a clog because as you pull the P L A filament upwards out of the melt zone that soft liquidity part as it goes back down will expand into the walls of the Chaim into walls of the tube the chamber tube, and that will very easily clog your three d printer just as if it was heat creep. Right. So so when you do retraction you really gotta make like a test. Do like test layer and see how much you can retry like slice something and retrieve see how far up you can go before you start to. To clog, however, be aware that that kind of a clog happens over time. So you might think you've got it. And then a couple of minutes later that it clogs there's a danger in retracting too much. Yeah. You can set your attraction in your software in number of millimeters. And that's the number of millimeters of filming your pulling back up through the extruder. Right..

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CIA concludes Saudi crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi’s assassination

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

CIA concludes Saudi crown prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi’s assassination

"The CIA reportedly now believes Mohammed bin Salman Saudi Arabia's crown prince personally, ordered the killing of dissident journalist Jamaica show Chaim, but both the White House and the State Department are taking a more cautious approach saying there is not yet. A final conclusion on the journalist. Steph the Saudis insists the murder was a

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