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Rainbow Colored Fentanyl Pills Pour Over Southern Border
"Rainbow colored fentanyl pills pour over southern border, hitting American cities. I don't know if you've seen pictures of these pills. They literally a multi colored pills and a fentanyl pills. I think at least two or three dudes that I went to school wouldn't play football with die from OD and over fentanyl pills. Now they won't say they did. Oh, the person died in the hotel. I know what Don in the hotel is. They won't tell you out of respect for the family or whatever, it's not suicide. It's more than likely because I knew the guy in school, more than likely he was taking fentanyl pills and he got a hold of some bad stuff. And it says that the pills resemble candy and sidewalk chalk pouring over the southern border. Resembling candy in sidewalk chalk. Pouring over the southern border are plunging cities nearby. Are plaguing cities nearby. I see what they're saying. It looks like it looks like candy or chalk that you can write on the sidewalk. That didn't make any sense. I don't know who ever wrote that sentence. I need to go back to English school. Or maybe go to my public school. So they can help people like me understand how they write the English like that. Over 15,000 rainbow color fentanyl pills that look like a small piece of candy were seized Wednesday after authorities found a deadly drug just strapped around the person's leg, deadly drugs dropped around a person's leg at the nogales port of entry at the United States Mexico border in Arizona.
Ron Guidry: The Incredible Team of the 1985 Yankees
"1985 you have this amazing season You had one of the most amazing lineups behind you in baseball history We're talking to Ron guidry one of the greatest pitchers in the history of baseball You had Mattingly You had wind field You had Baylor You had I was Jack Clark on that team too you had Willie Randolph I mean you had one of the most amazing pagliarulo He was like your number 7 hitter and he hit 30 home runs or something You had an incredible team That must have helped you that year Well it certainly I mean because you know when you go out I mean look every time you go out you want to pitch a shutout but it ain't going to work that way So you go out knowing that even if you have a bad game like I said and you give up three or four runs You know your team is capable of scored And if they don't then you chalk it up to a bad day Okay So the other guy did his job a little bit better than I did mine So he wins But when you go out there you always going out there knowing that you have a chance to win the game As long as you keep the game close like I said about the playoff game My job every time that I stepped out there was just keep this game close Sure I'd like to win the game because at the end of the year if I got a ten and ten but I should have won 25 games they're not going to pay me on this should have won 25 games Because I won ten That's it Gator they pay me on the ratings They don't care what the rating should have been All they care about what the ratings are gator Whatever they are today when we're talking that's how you get paid So what I want to do though I took more pride in leaving the mound known that my team was in a position to win Because after all if we win a hundred games we're going somewhere So that's right That was what's most poor sure I enjoyed winning the games but it was more important to always give my team an opportunity to win the games that I was pitching in
John Zmirak Reacts to SCOTUS Strike Down of New York Gun Law
"Meer agz. John, today is Friday the 24th of June. And as we're recording this, we don't know whether the Supreme Court will release its ruling that effectively ends roe V wade. But we do know that has to happen either today or Monday, I think. Yeah, they certainly have the tortured us with suspense, but yesterday they issued a decision, which is every bit as important. Yesterday, and I would say every bit as pro life. Yesterday, the Supreme Court said that the constitution means what it says in the Second Amendment. My hope is that today they're going to say the constitution doesn't mean what it doesn't say, which is anything about the right to kill your baby for sexual convenience. But let's look at the first half of that. New York State, where you live, where I used to live, makes it almost impossible to carry a gun from your own self protection. Unless you are friends with the member of the city council or Holly Hollywood star with a second home in New York or a corporate CEO or somebody with political connections or if you're a diamond dealer. Basically, if you don't deal in diamonds or have political connections, you can not carry a gun. So all the people who live in crime red neighborhoods in New York are out of luck. At best, when they need help in two minutes, the police will be there in ten minutes. And we'll draw a nice chalk circle around their body. This is not consistent with an important document that a lot of liberals don't know about called the United States Constitution
The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze
"There's a piece in the federalist Which seems to have gone all George McGovern when it comes to foreign policy I can't control it you know it's the way it is Corporate media celebrates the exponential rise of transgender craze that helped create the very good article by Casey chalk Which came out today Now here's the thing I discussed this at some level The other night And what I said is the media are not just the mouthpieces Of the American Marxist movements The media are part of it The media are immersed in it Most of these people graduated from the same schools as the politicians that they like In other words the same indoctrination not the same exact schools and talking about the same Ideological type of education So some of them went into media some of them went into politics some of them went into the bureaucracy Some of them went into teaching and on and on and on And so there's a very good piece because what Casey points out is that all of a sudden we have this huge rise In people who identify as transgender according to a Gallup poll released earlier this year The percentage of American adults self identifying as something other than heterosexual has increased to 7.1% Double the percentage from 2012 when Gallup first measured their statistics Almost 21% of Generation Z young adults born between 1997 and 2003 Identify as LGBT
"chalk" Discussed on Before the Break
"And then we're going to sell it. We were just actually talking about since we missed the first wave in the way that I wanted to sell it. We're going to build our second wave and try to build some sort of narrative that gets this thing sold and seen by the audience that I want it to be seen by. The only offer we had was a quarter of the budget. So I was like, no, no, no, no. I can't give it to you, baby. Once you don't ever most don't ever get even close to an offer, so you're doing something right. We're very excited. And once it's out and when people can get it, please share that so that we can I will. Lovely. And what about I know we talked about the insta bullshit, but where can people find you if they want to study? I'm currently locked out of my Instagram account, my name is he really hates that for two years. Thanks Instagram. How? Why? They decided that I was fraudulent and every time they let me out of the account into the account, they kicked me right back out. It's very frustrating. And so every actor feels like they're a fraud, but even Instagram says that about you. What is that? Yeah, yeah, it's true. It's true. But it's the beauty, the beauty of it is I was having a hard time with it at first. And then I just eventually made my own little creeper account, uncle Chris chalk. Hey. 'cause like, who cares? Yeah, right? Like, I would like, there are certain narratives I'd like to articulate to the world. And I'd like to be able to celebrate certain people on a bigger platform. And I don't have it right now. So I'm locked out. It's okay. It don't matter. And I'm not meant to do it right now. But spoken like a Chris chalk. But that one is my name is Chris chalk, and then there's uncle Chris chalk. And I probably won't. But I don't really let strangers come into uncle Chris chalk. So I don't even know why I said it. All right. Unless I change that one into the, you know, I don't know. Okay, well, Chris. Chris, thank you so much. This was such a wonderful conversation. Thank you for letting us chat with you for a bit. Thank you for hanging out. And next time you're in New York City, let's go see a drag show. Somebody was in Alabama. Somebody was in Alabama, right? Just somebody filming some moves some of Indy.
"chalk" Discussed on Before the Break
"What are you doing? What are you doing? You find a way to make it work for me. Like, that's your seeing as you booking it and then making money. Yeah, like they really, they really got confused. And what you're doing, Chris is saying, I'm not bending over backwards for someone who's not in my head in my heart. I've got things to do. And I'm going to abandon the desperation of Denzel anytime anywhere. I'll roll right out of bed at midnight for him. No, no, no. I don't know. I think I'm pretty rad. You know what I mean? So that's not worried. That word minimize is perfect too, because it's like, I have something to do that's important to me. Yeah. And it's like, so now you're shitting on that because the person who I would be acting against is a movie star. I had a cat named Denzel. I'm a big ass Denzel Washington fan. You should have said that. Yes. You don't scare me. It's not like I didn't want to work with him. I just was like, I'm doing my denza. I'm doing Chris chalk. I'm trying to do the Chris chalk. Denzel already did the Denzel. Right. And so then she foolishly. She had done this in the reverse order. The whole world would have evolved. We would be very different. He then after foolishly defending people who were saying I ain't shit essentially. She was like, well, we'll just tell them you're on your way. And you'll be late. And I was like, grace, you can piss piss him off. Well, that's better than a plan is better than your fault, your fault, your fault and I was like, oh, okay. Then I'll be 15 minutes late, and then that would work for me. Actually, I think my thing was ending, no. No, I was gonna be 15 minutes early or something like that. Who knows?.
"chalk" Discussed on Before the Break
"Welcome back to another episode of before the break this week is our 50th episode and we are so lucky to be joined by such an amazing guest on TV. You've seen him in Perry Mason, Gotham, when they see us, the newsroom, homeland, and underground. He's also been in such films as Red Sea diving resort, Detroit, and 12 years a slave, and on stage he appeared in the 2010 Broadway revival of August Wilson's fences opposite Denzel, Washington, and Viola Davis. Please welcome to the show, Chris chalk. Yo, I didn't remember it was 2010, 2010. Wow, holy shit. And now we're talking about like a decade ago, we say decades now. Shit. Yeah, yeah, we're getting there. Man, you've had an incredible, incredible career, and everyone knows you still just have so much left to do. So we're going to hop right in. How are you? Me, I'm a little tired. I've got a pelvic floor issue that I've been dealing with, so between work, there's a lot of taking care of families, health, and my health, and it's a little, it's a little tiring. I can lie. Yeah, man. All right. Well, well, I'm glad that you made it. We've been wanting to get you on the show and it is our 50th episode. And what better way to celebrate with dynamite guests, Chris chalk, he's writing, I am a dynamite guest on the yeah, there you go, on his white board. Adams in New York, I'm coming to you from Gallup, New Mexico. I've been on the road, grabbing my RV heading back to LA. Chris is in LA. So we are in three different time zones coming to you. Thank you for listening in on another episode of before the break. Chris, talk to us as we always start at the beginning. You're from North Carolina and we've had a number of guests recently from North Carolina. Tell us about growing up in that car to town and how it all went for you. And when the seed was planted and was it an environment that was accepting of.
Dr. Marty Makary: There's Low Likelihood of Serious Illness With COVID Reinfection
"It's what you're saying here that if you've had an infection that it's not impossible obviously for you to get reinfected but the likelihood of you getting seriously ill which is obviously one of the reasons they're telling you to take the vaccine you won't get serious you know that the likelihood of you getting seriously ill after a prior infection is very small and lasts lasts for a prolonged period of time at least to your research up to 22 months Am I reading that right That's exactly right And that's because when God designed the immune system he did it beautifully The immune system works And then somebody who's healthy barring someone with an immune condition like immunosuppression that immune system works beautifully So that's why we don't see people get reinfected with severe illness Now the virus can if you're immune the virus can still land in your notes If you're vaccinated or you have natural meaning it's still going to land in your nose It's not a community is not a buzz app or it's not a force field around you And that's where the messaging was way off We created this impression that you're somehow resilient He's still going to land in your notion in a test positive We've got to stop the mass asymptomatic testing And the death daily death numbers have a serious math problem And it's hurting public policy because Kaiser Southern California study showed one in 52,000 people with armagon died and yet we're seeing everyone get tested and almost every death in somebody with a positive test is getting chalked up to COVID deaths And it's just not true It's a major inflated number right now And it's hurting public policy
Jeff Bezos Flies Gas-Guzzling Private Jet to Glasgow Climate Change Summit
"The founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos. The richest man in the world. You think he flew commercial? For the UN summit, scores of high rollers from around the world all took private planes in to Scotland over the weekend. For the big summit, including Bezos, who repeatedly like Biden claims that climate change is the biggest threat to the planet. Bezos is jet has been valued in the neighborhood, according to Fox News dot com of $65 million. They showed images of the airport. It is chalk full of these huge gas guzzling private jets. Do you know how much of a carbon footprint, the fleet of private jets has left on the environment? You know, commercial flights go into Scotland. You can take a flight into glass gal. I'm sure. I'll bet Delta American Scandinavian airwaves, somebody's got to go in there. But not these guys, no, no, no, no. They need a private jet because they want to drop the biggest carbon footprint they can. They are clowns. They don't believe a word of this. They don't think climate change is an existential threat.
The Culture War Is Slowly Turning Toward the Right Direction
"Life I'm sadly so used in a used to and accustomed to The left and the culture war just taking huge steps to kick our butts I mean we've taken just about every loss in the last 20 years the conservative right fighting for liberty and freedom we have We've taken a lot of lumps and a lot of hits to the face body blows but to watch the culture wars start to slowly slow I don't want to beat dramatic I don't want to be this overly optimistic Like hey look everything's gonna be great It's not But I do want to speak the truth and be a realist It's just fascinating and a little bit refreshing I want to emphasize a little bit to finally see the culture wars start to turn in the right to start to chalk up some wins here I'm telling you folks I'm hearing from really reliable people not tomato cans not ham and eggs I mean people who are really legit people in the inside who know what's going They're not swampy either They know what's up If you know what I mean they're telling me the left is in a panic over the right sudden resurgence here and ability to start to take back some of the narrative The CRT narrative the school board narrative I mean what does it say that the left had to resort to the most basic fascist type tactics to try to win the CRT school board debate again They had to go hey we're gonna stick the FBI in you and the righteous laugh at them They were like oh good this is great content for my show We're just gonna make fun of you idiots Like nobody's taking these people seriously What are you gonna do Arrest all of us There's 25,000 FBI agents maybe more maybe a little less There's 330 million of us but are you gonna show up at school or music I don't know Joey bag of donuts You complain about that CRT thing we're gonna need to speak to you Yeah you can talk to my lawyer Go pound sand Double barreled middle
"chalk" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"That the music weird and troubling. Let's get a final thought from everybody on the crowd. I'm your host. Joe getty Let's start with the man in the control room. President buttons our technical director michelangelo. Michael you know what. I happy marriages. I what i did over this past weekend. I watched two. Nfl games and my wife tolerated and she kind of watched. Then she put onto hallmark movies. And i sat there and i watch so. Wow wow everybody giving a little. How about that. Were you allowed to like flipping through a magazine or a book or anything. Yeah absolutely fair enough. That's good young. Alex is our producer. Alex a final thought. I know the. Nfl's not everybody's cup of tea. But i love it. I love it. Love it trevor lawrence to new quarterback for the jacksonville jaguars lost his first regular season game in his life. He never lost in high school college. Pop warner doesn't matter. He never lost in the regular season losses. I one yesterday. i think it's wild. Did he retire. no he's lost. I'll never play again. I don't like this losing called his mother and asked for a p. Me trophy to remember the good old days. Yeah yeah okay. Jack is run off to deal with family issues. Armstrong and getty wrapping up another grueling four hour workday so many people to thank so little time good armstrong and getty com. If you ever miss a segment of the show go whatever podcast platform you like or you can get a lincoln armstrong and getty dot com. You can pick up some swag while you're there. The heather gray t shirts with the red and blue logo very popular email us. It's something we ought to be talking about. Mailbag at armstrong and getty dot com. We'll see tomorrow. God bless america. Audio smo- hustle. It's kind of bogus while on baby. Yes we drank beer right until you. You got a tiger in to monkeys. Get a case of beer. You've got a party experts. Tell me all bloody hell is gonna break loose okay. We'll bring this fool in your name's not but three thousand yolo that high not very much. Listen we all love ice cream. But there's ice cream and then there's jenny's ice cream janis unique flavors like brown butter brittle a butter cream ice cream with golden pockets of karen melon crunch and bramble berry crisp ice cream that tastes just like a fresh berry. Cobbler topped with vanilla. Ice cream all made from scratch. No synthetic flavorings are dis. Ice cream is great and jenny's makes it better find. Danny's one of a kind ice creams including gluten free and dairy free flavors at scoop shops in grocery stores. Nationwide and online at jenny's dot com. That's j. e. n. i. s. dot com..
"chalk" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"chalk" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Intended to move on from the whole chocking your tires constitutional question but the more i looked into it the more interesting it becomes see had one court big court sates and illegal search to chalk. You're tired and then come back and see if you've rolled or whatever moved your car. Trial court in san diego rule the opposite decisions heading into the ninth circuit. I guess it was the sixth circuit. That said yeah. That's an illegal search. And then they talk a little bit in this article in the san francisco chronicle about the history of the thing the technology now old the chalking is and come on. We need to move on anyway. Then they get into this many cities now. Parking officers with gps enabled license plate scanners and data analytics tools. That can flag a parked car. That hasn't moved in one or two hours and can confirm whether a tire has rotated at all. Plus you got license plate scanners the rest of it. Well wait a minute. Wait a minute if putting a little chuck on my tire is an illegal search how is. Gps enabled license plate. Scanners data analytics. Digital what's mccall. It's that show whether my tires rotated at all. That's that's warrantless surveillance. Isn't it now. Okay then we get into the question of. Is there an expectation of privacy if you're park on a public street and they mentioned that chillicothe e ohio actually has signs up. That says if you're parked here you consent. Heavier tires chalked so well. Gosh yeah license plate scanners to me or a constitutional nightmare but for some reason the cars have been a little slow to to rule the right way anyway. Moving law interesting topic. We'll keep an eye on so loudon county. Virginia has been one of those hotbeds of controversy over critical race. Theory in the anti-racism garbage which is actually the most racist thing cooked up. Since the heyday of the clan in the early twentieth century loudon county virginia. Big arguments school board meetings. Were they struggle to get twenty five people. Now have a thousand at them arguing over the stuff. The uber woke racist crowd trying to convince concerned parents. Who don't want their kids indoctrinated into marcus marxist philosophies that they're the racists much of money is now pouring in and The folks who are on my side of the argument Spent a bunch of money to buy ads that they ran during the nfl. Kickoff game there in the washington area. it's washington football team territory. Don't care dare call them. The redskins michael hit us with the ad Clip thirty county. Virginia spent nearly half a million to develop divisive curriculum promoted by political activists when parents spoke up. Officials threatened to silence them then. A teacher was put on leave for his religious beliefs. Others encouraged to turn and colleagues and now powerful education. Unions are using dirty political campaign tactics to go after parents suppression political activism Censorship let's get politics out of the classroom. Join us that's good stuff. It's a little light on specifics to me People need to know what they're looking for. They need to know what they ought to be mad about. In why so. I'd like to see more education oriented approach to that but i still appreciate the the parents putting their money where their mouth is in hell. I chip into that. So there was a big guy rally in loudon county about this stuff in ben carson. Who you may recall from Back in two thousand sixteen when he ran for the republican nomination. He grew up penniless. Nothing in the projects violent neighborhood without a dad and he threw his intelligence and hard work became a highly respected brain surgeon. A great american success story because he believes as a young black man. Nobody was going to hold him down. He had that spirit. And i'll tell you what. I don't care what color you are. What age you are. what sex you are. If you have that spirit you will succeed. You will be a winner. You will get a if not exactly what you're looking for. You'll get a good fat share. The american dream which is why so despise a lot of the critical race theory. Anti-racism thing they are utterly dedicated to convincing people particularly people of color that they have no chance of succeeding. It's insidious it's like drinking poison but anyway ben carson was at one of the rallies in loudon loudon county virginia and he spoke. Let's start with thirty-four michael when i look at. Crt and things like the sixteen nineteen project. It's sickens may quite frankly because you know they are trying to tell people that the most important factor in your life in terms of determining how your life is going to go our external physical characteristics over which you have no control and putting aside the thing that you do have control of which is your character which is what we really should be developing and the thing that we should be teaching people to evaluate people. And that's what martin luther king was saying. He dreamed of a day when we would evaluate people on the content of their character and not the color of their skin. We are just the opposite direction right in spin of instead of spending precious classroom time developing kids characters helping them understand how important hard work is in honesty and stick to it of nece and all those things were dismissing those qualities as white those are white qualities white supremacist quality. Quality's got that is so ugly and so racist ben carson goes on. They're trying to say that. We are somehow unique as a country because we had slavery about this. Slavery has been part of humanity since history has recorded humanity's activities so there are also more slaves in america today than there were eighteen. Sixty three when the patient proclamation was. Why don't we care about human trafficking and those people who drive. Asked his rhetorical question. The answer is obviously. Because i can't profit from that i can't get more power. I can't seize power over university era governmental body or whatever by fighting human trafficking today. I can seize power by exploiting white guilt though so. That's the answer to that. Rhetorical question. final clip from ben carson. Tremendous progress has been made and this critical race theory is trying to erase that progress and send us back in the other direction and.
"chalk" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
Delta's Force: Australia's Covid Plans Crumble
"Australia has just chalked up its worst daily count of covert nineteen infections. Meanwhile the country is dramatically shifting. Its approach to the pandemic as prime minister. Scott morrison outlined on monday. The national plan we've developed and degrade is a pathway to leaving with disbars that is i'll go to live with this bars not to live in fear of it. Most restrictions will be eased when the country is about three quarters vaccinated because this cannot go on forever. This is not a sustainable way to live in this country. Australia has been one of a handful of countries to take a zero. Koga approach with strict border restrictions and rigorous contact. Tracing life for much of the pandemic has been fairly free but then in june a man infected with the delta variant wandered through a sydney shopping mall seating an alarming wave of infections as early as cova nineteen cases spot to a new record high on sunday. Health officials have warned. The country is vulnerable to more deaths and hospitalizations given just twenty seven and a half percent of the national population is fully vaccinated. New zealand is suffering too with a spike in cases. That's led to a massive push in vaccinations for today. All adults over age thirty or eligible the plans that countries have been working to were all in response to last year's variance of the corona virus. Now a lot of those tactics must evolve as well was trailer like several other countries in the pacific bruce youth as zero covet strategy from the very beginning so they have managed to keep cases very very low throughout the entire pandemic. Slovakia trump is our healthcare correspondent for much of the past eighteen months. People were able to visit friends or go to shops restaurants and even fielders but now it seems like their strategy is no longer tenable with the delta variant. Which is highly contagious.
Beaty Leads Dodgers Past Pirates 4-3 for 5th Win in a Row
"The Dodgers chalked up another win over the pirates for three the final LA is now defeated Pittsburgh fifteen consecutive games mad baby came through with the key hit a two run double of Cody Ponce in the fifth inning that mated for two Dodgers Buckley was able to get past the first baseman in and score some runs so this is trying to put the ball in play is two outs and two strikes and hoping something good would happen the pirates scored a run in the ninth of Kenley Jansen but left two runners stranded is Jansen recorded his twenty fifth save the Dodgers have won five in a row mark Myers Los Angeles
Plane With 28 on Board Missing in Russian Far East Region
"Playing with 28 people on board has gone missing in the Russian Far East region of come chalked up on Tuesday. An investigation has been launched at a search mission is underway to helicopters and an airplane have been deployed to inspect the missing planes route.
"chalk" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"Poor braiding and that's all got now. I just raise. Why i'm calling is i can still. His cricket is be very interested. Send us the name of it. Gurus at dot com mark has a cricket chirpin in the background and his quite distracting market. Whether you can hear not consistently here at its mccarthy you. Mike is your mark. Mark is picking up your head. You can't hear it on. Your headphones finds sarah so i saw some of the signs that we say would days juvenile dragons that have the metabolic binds as sort of syndrome name. So what's your work for these. What do you do with them. And then follow on with the your bicyc- treatment. Tom process with them and Mentioned before we will take righty graphs on so mainly said that We can get a. It's it's very demonstrative to the client when you show them a radiographs way of the soft tissue clouds out more of the x rays than the bone They can they quickly realized that. Tom despite them trying to do all the right things. Things have not gone well. And then when the you know the general principles come to adjust the husbandry. As you said it all comes back to the husbandry so will maintain the hydration will Use parental fluids. We supplement the parental fluids with some calcium parental calcium and often way we need to move to parental calcium because a lot of these lizards Have the facility to absorb the calcium from they got at this stage of the the the disease on we do try to get them into the water and try and get them to move We use a lot of analgesic with these guys way. Lofton use multi modal analgesic to Allow them to feel comfortable. Moving on that thing helps gastrointestinal function on improves. The blood flow to the The normal motilal the of the lizard which encourages the motilal of the gut Once they are feeling pain and they moving around and often when they get getting the water and they have a bit of a gentle swim around that tends to improve gastrointestinal function so they can Eliminate any droppings. And then we can take advantage of the gastrointestinal tract as the avenue to have ongoing supplementation of calcium. It is a project brennan it would regularly be a you know this is something. That's not going to get better in these guys overnight and you have to have very dedicated clients and often talked to them about six to twelve month project with the baby. Dragons have hamsun's metabolic disease and if they not on board if cons on on entities so quality of life affecting that That type you know considering humane euthanasia is not an appropriate option in that range of treatments available. Today's for these license..
"chalk" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"Often the whole head trunk in thailand. The legs will be. The fate will be anything on the ground. A lot of the lizards that are starting to head towards the more complicated parts of metabolic disease will not have the strength to lift they They body off the ground and the the classic pitcher that i always say my mind with this was a vet told me was that a healthy beta dragon. Does pushups. good description. So that i look i look. They're doing a push with their front legs. So what's that quarter half push up so an certainly They are able to rise at trunk off the grand especially with their front legs. I should be raised up with his front legs extended. Yes other signs mark. So that they yeah the signs There's a bunch of trying to get the word and there's a bunch of they. They often white eight normally. I'm vile often. Turn that stat to lose their appetite. Netzer combination of response to pain may be altered as the because they might not sense or taste things. I may not even say promptly with altered. Nervous system function They will often turn is up at a routine vegetable material and maybe only go for The the insights that Immediately apparent dumb and obviously if they consuming on supplemented in sets of most species. That's going to exacerbate calcium metabolism problems. One of the things that i would We always take radiographs raining. But neither pets. Sacha What am i trying to say that they really had by the time you can tell they bad on ryegrass that time you have to lose you have to have lists than twenty five percent of the normal calcium in the vines before it becomes radio graphically evidence so if you take radiographs and the lizard looks a light on the calcium in the bones. They really really bad so taking rex. Good and often demonstrative for the clients but many of the lizards that look like they've got normal binds can still have twenty thirty percent less calcium in they body than i should have the and i think one of the other classic signs by which you've sort of hinted at his just mentioned at the very start there is just run to stunted animals compared with the average one for that particular species which annely into the reason that i wanted to talk about this now because prynne of feary mustard neon here we go. I'll sit back and meet my microphone for a little bit away. I must you got three minutes a stolen from Could friend adrian gallagher in brisbane. But it's this sum this theory They some postulate that a lot of the young animals that we see with metabolic bone disease are actually In a bad place because they mother in particular the female that grew the eggs was under nutritional stress to start with and the reason that we talk about that now. Is that tom suggesting that. Beat the dragons that are in that category female beta dragon should not be bred because the eggs they produce will produce young animals. That may never have enough Receptors to adequately absorb calcium all of that deal with these lizards no of clients who have done everything correctly. Who've supplemented who've had the ultraviolet light who don all the right things and still lesley's develop metabolic bone disease and crash. And i think that's because they hamstrung handicapped unable to absorb the calcium either because of parasites problems fee with a function but often just because they come from data eggs brennan. They should never have been born. So we're getting back to brady back to brady and we get back to the same sort of things that we husbandry inbreeding..
"chalk" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"I still feel a little bit upset when i'm doing a postmortem examination on a on a reptile whip that of euthanased and confirm that it's hats stopped many minutes or hours after of euthanized. And then perform the price motormen you have little twitches here and they It still happens occasionally. And i'm sure you have had the similar situation it's very disconcerting and those reptile hearts has in the alligators. They don't give up even when the rest of the body is gone. Yes and speaking of not giving up mark. We want to talk about a main topic because we don't give up giving fantastic main topics to our listeners. And don't forget to send an out to his at edgar j mound dot com because we're almost upon that two hundred there beside where we will give away a swag of prizes to one lucky supporter. Who descended the name alan. You get entered into the competition. Which is giveaway unnecessary competition. Because of terms and conditions back the terms and conditions ass into the name. Our most. Send you some stuff if you like. So we'll jump into that my talk marken and it's one that you suggested. We sort of touched on. Several will probably win them several times. And that's the all chestnut metabolic bone is as or the variations thereof. What if he wanted to call a particular syndrome but will just unpaid into metabolic bind disease. That may not technically to be the correct terminology. to use as dies but md mba or calcium vitamin day to fisk deficiency syndrome. Let's call it that if you like in juvenile bid dragons mark. Why did you choose juvenile. Be the dragons chose chose to talk to them to talk about. This topic tonight for several reasons brandon Because we just passed the the the winter solstice he said the days are starting to get longer again and we are looking forward to that part of the year when Ow be the dragons will might breed and And be a little longer lovie position and they will have hatchlings And craig's even at this time of year. We get to see some Some light hatchlings from las g who have not grown very well and in the Even though they're in an enclosure has hotspot. That's adequate the gradient away from that obviously causes some problems for the young animals and we start to get songs off of metabolic bone disease. Brendan satan important point..
"chalk" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"That's what we used you. Use is probably expect mark. I'm little refillable cartridges. I went. We went in the ages of abuse. Wills big bottle of ink and or the inkwell but cartridge ink pens jay and i think that brings back some site ridge to must be a debacle brand. Yeah but it's it's beautiful cursive. It looks lovely. I think you're gonna have to know your one of the you know. The uptake is a new technology Par excellence you're always looking for new is to to take advantage of computer systems. Or whatever i'm you'll be onto the now at the would it will considerably perec good. So what did you give it out of ten mile. Would i point six. I point six. That's a good school. That is a very good school. Yes i well. I'm gonna punter now. This is pretty close to my heart. This one mark in in many ways on new story. It's about the the butterfly that's.
"chalk" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"Your way isn't speaking of problems at lock. Tennis sort of fame released here and I've opinion southwell sydney region in the valley region. Where you are the hunter valley in that and so so new castle. The central coast has had a bit of a locked-in going on what's happening. Well don't even know what cyber in and i was numb in sydney loss. Week for mating and i. I managed to dance around that pucks ridden sydney city without tom. Going across any of the local government areas that apparently had a problem odd But but you know in typical fashion with the new delta variant that's ultra infectious An exponentially rose to affect increasing areas A whole hall of sydney area and now a whole state is going to lockdown and cookies. We've been doing it for all of three days in how you guys did it for three months down. The way goes career easy. It's it's a big bell. Insistent between stopping the virus as best you and stopping people going nuts and variety of an assignment old all countries of the world with this with this little virus mark. Yes so enough about covert. I think we need to jump onto something else because We should want to jump into before. I knew story. I recommend to shake things up a little bit him out. You can jump into your review. You have every view of a software product to we. We here in strasbourg round. The world are required by law to keep register. Avail restricted drugs schedule light medications that we use the schedule. I'd is the particular classification of those drugs here in australia. I'm end for a long time. The law said that you could only use a Know book a particular. Handwritten book would difficult and laborious time consuming. And so i've long looked forward to the time when the the regulators would permit a sees some form of 'electronic a register. That's happened over the last sort of eighteen months here in new south wales monday standing. Is that the department of health. Nature of the jurisdictions around the strategy is gradually moving to allow this on. And we've been using one. The one might company called modus It's goes under the Vet site it logs. It you know. Does that computer thing. Where talks to your practice management software and keeps a register of all the pro all the sales older Everything that scene voiced that is classified as a scheduled gets saint over electronically is still have to go into the the the the software and add certain invoices..
Social Studies Teacher Gains 1.5 Million TikTok Followers
"Rebecca rogers is a social studies teacher who witnessed firsthand the mental health impacts the copay lockdown had on students when schools closed in march twenty twenty. She saw a slow deterioration of their wellbeing as the months went by she became desperate to find ways to better connect with them but it wasn't until late october that she decide to do something about it. What was that. It was to meet them where they were already hanging out. That's right it was time to sign up for tiktok. Rebecca made an account on the wildly popular social platform with a plan to make a fool of herself for her students enjoyment. Those are her words. Her logic with simple. If they could see her acting ridiculously they might get a little extra cheer for a day. What was becoming an increasingly tough year. She felt she could do that with a few silly videos. The idea came from a colleague who had already chalked up four hundred thousand followers together. They made rebecca's first video and since tiktok was famous for dances. That's where they started to find a popular song. Rebecca spent time studying up on tiktok for you page. This is a little bit like a dashboard for users. At the app there you're inundated with recommended videos and crucially for rebecca. You can see what's most popular. She washed to get an idea of what was trending with the assumption that she could piggyback off those themes to create her first dance video within days of posting it. Rebecca had passed the test. She earned one thousand followers. She knew a lot of that was driven by her own students as well as family and friends. The kids at our school thought she was famous but neither they nor rebecca had any idea what to come for the first few weeks. Rebecca committed to posting three fun dancing videos per week. Her account quickly grew to over ten thousand followers and she started to feel like she might be onto something could her tiktok efforts turned into something more than fun distraction for her students. As an added benefit that ten thousand followers mark also lets users sign up to the creator fund. this is tech talks way of sharing revenue with successful users.
How to Build Self Esteem
"Imagine that you have a self esteem balloon right and over the years because of your experiences and no no child enters adulthood unscarred. We've all been through trauma. Shit has happened to us. People have taken advantage of us. People lied us. Cheated all this kinda shit right. We've been abused that punctures holes in our self esteem balloon. And so what happens is we grow up and basically we want to believe in ourselves and we want to believe that we have worth in value and confidence and what happens. Is it just because of patterns in our whether the thought patterns or getting into toxic relationships and lopsided friendships and all that and because we pulled from are false beliefs every time we kind of build ourselves up we because our self esteem balloon has holes in it. The we never get full right. It's like it's like trying to fill up a bath. Tub and without the stopper waters going down the drain. And so the first thing that you have to do. Is you have to keep the promises that you make to yourself right and you could start off by making small promises and start building on that so if you know if one of your promises is that i will never allow myself to be in an abusive relationship for example right. That's a pretty big promise. It's something that i call non-negotiable hopefully twenty of yours and you keep that promise if you can execute that then there's the whole in your self esteem. Balloon gets patched right There's duct tape now covering that whole so if you can't then that hole just keeps getting bigger right and suddenly you're in another toxic relationship in that cycle the experiences the same cycle is the same. And then your thoughts are the same that follow that so what you wanna do. Is you want to start holding onto the promises that you make to yourself. Think about your life and think about all the promises that that you make to yourself today. Or i don't know if you make any you know and if you don't it's time to start making some so whether it's like the promises to be easier to yourself or maybe the promises to get into a gym once a week or maybe the promises to not lower your standards or maybe you're done working shitty job so i don't know whatever your promises as you start executing that as you start delivering as you start standing on your truth and drawing a line with sharpie not chalk and saying that you know what this is. The promised to me. And i'm gonna give that to myself because is going to be able to give it to you right and so once you do that. I know for me. I started doing this After my divorce. I started making promises to myself. I you know. I promised myself that So when i discovered Fitness cross in a different way to work out. I promised myself that. I would push my body harder than i ever did
Tesla Cybertruck 'Armor Glass' and UI Patents Reveal Exciting Features
"Yesterday the us patent office released patent application documents filed by tesla in relation to the cyber truck user interface and some other details about fifty pages of text an a series of twenty drawings or so. And there's some interesting things buried in here so again. These drawings are showing the user interface and the first thing that jumps out if we look at any of these is the six hundred. Ten mile range showed on the way on the right there. And that's the range that is displayed on the majority of these images of course ever since the truck unveiling tesla has listed the top and range for the cyber shock as five hundred miles. Plus but hundred ten that would be quite the plus similarly as we've been talking about with the f. One fifty lightning unveiling the payload for the cyber chalk has been listed fourteen thousand pounds plus one of the other eu i- images here shows the cyber truck pulling a trailer it lists the payload capacity has twenty thousand pounds now. Of course we've got no way of knowing if these are gonna actually end up being a specs but make you wonder why they would show up in the patent application if these numbers weren't in the ballpark of something that tesla was testing or targeting now to be fair these due to some extent look like placeholder values. We can see that on this payloads green. You can see to pay load and it still six hundred ten miles of range. I think we can be confident that that is not realistic. And in a real scenario tesla would likely be adjusting. The range display their based on the pilot. So it doesn't negate these things being interesting but it just shows that tesla's probably not taking a screen grab from a final interface with the final range number and payload things like that with those caveats in mind that might provide some interesting insight on that trailer so seen an image on tesla's site of the truck hauling this sort of sabir truck ask looking trailer from another one of these you i- images. We can see what appears to be in the backup camera possibly that
Olympians: Halina Konopacka
"Today's we'll mannequin was one of the most iconic characters of poland's inter-war period. She captured adoration of the public with her. Outstanding style. intelligence sportsmanship and courage. Please welcome halina. Helena was born on february twenty eighth nineteen hundred and central poland. Growing up in warsaw halina excelled in many sports. She took up swimming ice skating. Tennis horseback riding and leader skiing. When halina was eighteen years old poland gained its independence after one hundred and twenty three years of russian rule. The country became known as the second polish republic. As lena entered her twenties her ability to quickly master any sport shapes the course of her life in nineteen twenty six. She set her first world record in the discus throw after just a few months of training was followed by two more records in nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight halina never lost a discus event for the entirety of her career. She also competed in the high jump. Long jump javelin and pentathlon seemed. There was nothing she couldn't do. Halina made her olympic debut at the ninth olympic games held in amsterdam and nineteen twenty eight in a short olympic channel documentary. She said oh. The day of the discus throwing was july thirty first after a cool rainy morning. The tim'rous dutch son had broken through the fog and baked the greenfield's in gold the stairs leading up from the dark labyrinth. The dressing rooms ushered me straight onto the field to red circles. Throwing circles drawn on the grass and two curved lines remarked in chalk one at thirty five meters the other forty meters away. I had only one wishes. I picked up the discus. Send it where the outermost distance of forty meters was whitened with calcium the disc dutifully obeyed stormy applause. Thunderously stamping feet. Compliments questioned film and photographic cameras snapping all merged into one great chaos.
Cookbook Author Danielle Walker Shares Her Autoimmune Disease Story
"Without further ado here we go with daniel walker danielle. Welcome to the podcast. How you doing today. I'm good they switch to me. I'm gonna jump right into your story and going all the way back to age twenty two a couple years after you get a couple of months or after you get married you start having symptoms later on find out. It's all sort of colitis so take us back to that time and let's talk abo- with the first symptoms were. Yeah i started having a little bit of digest about set like right before my wedding. I graduated from college. We moved my husband started or my fiance at the time. Started law school. That i kind of just chalked it up to like distress and wedding jitters and kinda hold works and then yeah so. We were married in august and october. I in the er wasn't diagnosed. Then wasn't actually diagnosed for a couple of months after that after seeing a plethora of different specialist by alternately was diagnosed with all sort of quotas us and it's not exactly a glamorous not no autumn you deserve glamorous but it's probably one of the worst in terms of symptoms. I always say i'm like you guys can go look up. You can go google that the actual isn't as bad. It's all in your call in so you can imagine just kind of inflammation which causes complete and utter disaster in your digestive tract and you mentioned that things kind of started a little bit before the wedding around the time of the wedding before that. Were you relatively healthy. Yeah completely healthy never was hospitalized. I think maybe for a broken arm. When i was like ted from gymnastics otherwise not hospitalized for anything never really was on medication and i mean i think as a kid i had you know the the normal round of antibiotics prescribed for things here and there but otherwise had no problems at all kind of came on overnight.
Congressional visit to Atlanta spa shooting sites decries anti-Asian hate
"Outdoor vigil at mceachern memorial united methodist church in powder springs celebrated. The lives of dana johnson. Patrick he and cynthia lindsay key died on christmas day. Johnson and lindsay died within hours of each other on january twenty first. The ninety minute ceremony was filled with tears. Laughs and calls for those gathered to live with joy and to take the pandemic seriously. Cobb education leaders have been criticized for the districts response during various moments of the pandemic including some. Who didn't wear face masks during a january school board meeting. I want people to know this isn't a joke. And it's affecting people lindsay's daughter lindsay cows said about the pandemic during an interview after the vigil. Meanwhile members of the congressional asian pacific american caucus traveled to metro atlanta on sunday to visit the sambre sites of this month's deadly spas shootings into call attention to hate crime laws and growing anti asian hate in america the visiting lawmakers who were joined by members of georgia's congressional delegation and state representatives followed the deadly path from march sixteenth. That claimed eight lives with six of them. Being women of asian descent. The trip paid respects to the victims of the tragedy. She ouseba tan. Tao fong delina. Leon and paul. Andre michaels were shot and killed at a spa in cherokee county. Young a au soon chung park soon. Chalk him and young grant were shot. Later at to atlanta's pause the first stop for the chartered. Bus tour was young's asian massage in acworth and finally three dozen people were displaced sunday morning. When a fire swept through lawrenceville apartment complex authorities said the blaze ripped through all three floors and the attic of a building at the anzio apartment. Homes on sweetwater road. Gwinnett fire department. Spokesman lieutenant justin wilson said investigators were sent to the complex about six thirty. Am after nine one. One caller reported smoke coming from their neighbor's apartment on building eighteen. When crews arrived at the scene they saw smoke and flames in the center of the building. One of the occupants of the building told investigators he was asleep when the fire started but was startled awake by his smoke alarm after he noticed the fire on the back side of the building. He escaped his apartment through the front door. That's all for today. Check back each weekday morning for more from the atlanta journal constitution or go to ajc dot com. Have a great day spoken layer.
Google revelations trigger swift bipartisan call for action
"All this week. Congress has been holding antitrust hearings with a specific i on big tech companies and also this week in investigation published in politico found that nearly a decade ago commissioners at the federal trade commission apparently ignored evidence. That google was building an anticompetitive monopoly in search advertising. It's a topic for quality assurance where we take a second look at big tech story in the news. Matt stoler is research director at the nonprofit election economic liberties project in two thousand twelve. The federal trade commission said we have a bunch of evidence that google is trying to monopolize the entire internet and the five commissioners voted five. Did nothing not to bring a case. So you fast. Forward eight years and google is this giant intermediates the flow of information all over the world controls the internet and there are anti-trust cases against it from a whole bunch of states and forces all over the world which are effectively the anti-trust cases that the ftc did not bring in two thousand twelve companies. Trying to get bigger is not that unusual. What was it about what google was doing at the time that suggested that there should have been a case competing by improving your product or service is what we want but competing by signing agreements to exclude your competitors so that they can't get into the market. That's the essence of antitrust law. Google pays today about ten to fifteen billion dollars a year to apple saying when consumers use their iphones and they open safari on their iphones and they do a search that search automatically goes through google. There were emails that were revealed in this case. They were in the footnotes. That said the effectively the google executives were saying. Yeah we're doing we're signing these deals to monopolize we're signing these deals to exclude competitors from the market in some ways tech with a new crash industry. Then it is clear from these papers that you know. The economists working with the ftc made some predictions that were couldn't have been more wrong. Let's say can you chalk this up to simply not understanding what was happening in the tech industry or what could happen. So one part of a broad problem of elite lawlessness in america and across the west the way that anti-trust lawyers think about the world. They just are completely out of touch that that has to do with a very old school framework where they only look at What's called consumer welfare. If something is good for consumers that's the only thing they care about and they were like. Oh google offers a bunch of free stuff. And then if they're doing that the nothing that they do is bad and the so they accepted a whole bunch of arguments from google and essentially said to the commission don't file a case meanwhile the anti-trust lawyers at the ftc. Were like yeah. This is obvious stuff. This is really. this is really bad.
Why Our Friend Dessa Likes Picking Brains Apart
"I realized that this is the pot calling the kettle black. But did you not have enough hyphen in your multi hyphen. It exists that you needed to add podcast or to the list. I mean okay. On one hand i feel like you can kinda you can chalk that up to like a feather in the hat right or you can be like by had is only made of feathers. Do there's no other way to get at. I just feel like come in you. Know like monetize in indie music is tricky and an intellecutal way. I feel like I like language you know wherever it goes and it feels like in some ways the lane partitions about like what counts as a writer. What councils a performer council singer. Like those are way more useful for marketing stuff than they are from making stuff like. I like words. And i do anything that has words at the connection between the brain and the heart and one's life choices is very personal for you. We've talked about this before but for those who didn't listen to our first conversation. Can you take me back to two thousand eighteen when you turn to neuro science to overcome heartbreak. Yeah l. loves dune in my early twenties super rocky volatile but very intense a lotta sweet moments but a lot of lakes devastating moments and when it was time to fall in love with this guy just didn't seem to be able to pull that trick off just stayed in this really Heartbroken place that seemed like my peers. Were able to recover from everybody. Everybody falls down and takes on sometimes love. But i wasn't getting back up and that persisted for so long for so many years essentially that It was becoming like a point of embarrassment and be Character defining thing which unlike and affecting my music which is like the way that i make my money. Just writing torch songs over and over again and So after a lot of us not being able to get out of it. I decided to sort of like take it as a project instead of waiting to fall out of love figuring like is there some way that i can actively make this happen and So i started researching the science of love and attachment and heartbreak and ended up like convincing a couple of researchers to work with me to see if we could change the way that my brain was functioning to lessen those feelings of attachment. You've applied the question to love and heartbreak. What other tomic's going to be applying this question too. I mean okay. So i know why we do it in like shorthand conversations. I think a lot of times. We'll face things like Are you acting from your heart or you acting with your head. You know or you being guided by your i mean. Those are kind of metaphorical constructions. But at the same time. I think if we take him to literally they don't really serve us like there's not like a clean way to partition human action. I don't think we are this combination of body and mind and instinct rationality and have it. An unconscious doesn't cleave apart real neat and easy like that. And so i think i've been interested in trying to figure out how much of the decision making our behavior actually originates from other than our conscious cognition. Were real aware that thing like when you sit down with your friend. You're like why did you do all the reasons that you'd say out loud you're you can. You can feel your own minds thinking but you can't feel your instincts at work so you have to be really deliberate taking a hand mirror to that. I'll say that like some of the questions are kind of frivolous him. Why do you get deja vu. I have no idea if that serves a professor. You know
"chalk" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Something that you chalk it up to? I know he finished fourth in 2015. That was his best finish of the Masters. Is there something that you chalk it up to? Why? And we all know he's still a great golfer clearly, but he hasn't had a major victory since 2014. What do you talk it up to? With Rory at the masked warrior, the Masters and also major since then, golfs a four letter word, but really, really It's the win. It's hard to stay motivated. It's hard to stay with that high level of concentration. Guys come at you. Ah, it's a lot different being the favors and being the guy who's sneaking in under the radar. That's one of the reasons I like it this week. And it's just, you know, it's inexplicable that he hasn't won a major in six years. But it's been that way and he's not wasted six years. But when you are sitting there in your mid twenties And you have four major championships. You are expecting to win Mohr and he expects to win more major championships on I think one of them could be added this Sunday. I think he's got a great chance to win. Sands he appreciated and take care of Henrik. Long quest with your capitals. All right, take care of DC Tio. Come love. I got a projectile vomit. Just the thought of Henrik Lundquist of the Capital's Jersey. Enjoy this weekend and don't eat the momentum and cheese. I know you don't like it. So there's Steve say that from the Golf Channel. Let's get updated, And here's where Jack Erman Sports flash on that supported spots about progressive insurance drivers who saved with progressive save over $750. On average caller click today to find out if they could save you hundreds on your car insurance. There has been a lot of change in the Rockets organization. There could be another is the athletic reports Russell Westbrook wants out. However, James Harden remains committed to the team. Of course, This all comes after Daryl Morey has left the organization. And Mike D'Antoni is out his coach, According to reports Tim Duncan will not return as an assistant with the Spurs. The Oklahoma City thunder are staying in house to replace Billy Donovan, promoting 35 year old assistant Mark Dignam. Jacob deGrom was dethroned as the Cy Young Award winner in the national ng After winning back to back years. He finished third this time around with a Reds Trevor Bauer becoming the first Cincinnati winner to be named The Cy Young Award winner is Hey got 27 1st Place votes. Cubs. Yu Darvish finished second, the Indian Shane Bieber the unanimous selection on the American League side after winning Pitching's triple Crown. The Mets Marcus Stroman remaining with the club accepting their qualifying offer, just under $19 million. Kevin Gausman did the same with the giant. It started Alabama L S. You and two other games were then postpone because of Copan, 19 and now 1/4. The SEC that has been called off for this weekend in Georgia and Missouri. Big 10 has also been hit hard. Now. Ohio State. Maryland is off due to a surge in cases of Maryland program. The Panthers will likely be without Christian McCaffrey this weekend due to a shoulder injury. He's going for a second opinion Ravens Marlon Humphrey was activated from the Koven 19 Reserve reserve list. And be called Harbin of the Chief's goes on that list project. Hey, Bill writer here from Righter than you, Brainy..
"chalk" Discussed on The Property Couch
"Like like it's just a it's just an important distinction decided that the the segregation of our Marketplace is is such that it should make every headline that everyone ever reads irrelevant from now on because birth Rush so many segments. So the reason I raise that for this particular question been is largely around the fact that we are not comparing apples with apples if you and you asked the rhetorical question of my life was would you compare something that is large and a little bit what's the lack of lack intimacy versus something that's smaller going to be more privacy but more space but comparing them as the same method is just it's just a fruitless exercise. So one thing we don't know about this particular question also from curing is where are you? If you're in Melbourne or Sydney, that's probably different answer to if you're in Darwin off you're in Perth or if you're in Dubai, right? So so the question is, what's the market Norm what what is considered normal in that area? Because if people are going into that particular area and they are specifically seeking our offices and you and you're getting an apartment that's not going to work. But if people are actually specifically quite comfortable because of affordability pressures to get the best asset wage. Can being as close as they can which might mean that they've got to get a two-bedroom unit that has a courtyard with all the facilities that you talked about. So Kieran, my answer is two things one. They're not the same. So don't compare them to I I absolutely Echo what Ben says about doing a little bit of research just to see what the demand and what the norm is in area the three just just remember that Australians value space. There's no Manhattan I change in Australia just yet. Although it's got her kicked sort of hinted that that's coming but Australians value space they value privacy, they value as much of it they can get. So therefore if you're going to more space and then distinguishing yourself that has a little Courtyard and it has a garage that says off street parking to me. They're all really good fundamentals that are suggesting that you're buying towards right asset rather than buying towards the wrong asset and just to close that out price. I mean, look, don't start me on how blunt a measure that median prices are I mean wage And stop me on the fact that suburbs are all different shapes and sizes. Don't start me on the fact that lands land, you know sort of subdivisions are completely all different sizes. I mean, we have the most blunt instrument for for which we measure performance in the first instance, you know, can you can have chalk and cheese just within a suburb in terms of desirability that one straight over another so it they are unfortunately very smoothing instruments. It's it's the one we've got. It's the one that we that we talked to the most but it's flawed in so many ways that go back to First principles thinking which is what you've done which is which just said make sure it's gas make sure it's an area that has demand cuz we can say, you know, we value space that does not go out wide and buy into a new subdivision because that's where the the slowest growth, you know, historically in terms of land value is until such time as month. Fully utilized and then the ripple effect and eventually it'll have its run cuz that's the other thing that people also tend to forget. We do measure in in lineal terms. But the fact of the matter is they use we have phone moments where we have fear of missing out and we do act irrationally and we can potentially play pay too much for any asset if it's in demand right whether that's a yo-yo or whether that's a property in the location that we want to live in so we'll measure things in lineal terms will measure things in you know in back testing and those types of things but I'm a reality go to the fundamentals which is can I afford to live there are other people who are living there got a good chance of basically investing in that location where they're being the housing stock in the amenity in that area and that will put the land values up over and over and over again as people have that desirability. Now the human behavior of that story is we like to be close to the edge. Your business district. That's why our lands worth more there. It's a general statement. I get it. It doesn't work in every location cuz you got Rivers flowing through cities. You've got cities on beach like but generally speaking you go with a knowledge centers are and you go where that land is scarce and the assets are scarce and the status is there and the human interest in human behavior comes out and you think along the way and and you've got yourself a pretty reliable asset that's going to perform over the longer period of time and weather that is also about you making a decision as got kicked talked about which is you start with a free-standing house. You can't get that. Do you go to a semi where you still get that that same sort of internal floor size that you need with the three bedrooms or the four bedrooms or two living years living areas and the back and if you can't get that you do go to the three-bedroom tennis. Yep. If you can get can't get that to you go to the two bedroom. That's a decision that people are making every day of the week and that's their biased decision quadrant in terms of Does it make my desire will it do what I needed to do and if it does that and it's a stepping stone and it's bought in an area that's fully utilized. You are going to see Capital Growth if you overlay that with a score of bath and and Supply you'll work out how quickly that growth is going to come. And if you're under competition that also tells you that you're probably in a pretty good area in terms of what's what's about to happen in that location. So good question from Karen because that's the one we can all get we can all we can always have circular reference on Brice and and it's hard. So just go back to the first principle thinking. Yeah. I love it. Thanks. Kieren free audio they coming away. Thanks again for us. Any other questions for the next ones from South Bend. So let's have a listen to it now price High been of the podcast. Thanks very much for your time. I'm just laughing. If you can give a bit of an overview of some of the strategies of buying and you sort of mentioned some of the strategies here and there but I was wondering if there was a list or something that we can sort of go through. And then look at those..
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"And the grave is located very near another other mysterious Neolithic site known as the dorset curses it's this enigmatic six mile stretch of earthworks so like big long mounds of earth They go on for six miles. I mean it must have taken a massive amount of manpower to build it. Wow and in nineteen nineteen ninety-seven. I mean all of this was so puzzling. Enter Janet Montgomery This new methods she was is attempting to pioneer in the UK. It was called Isotope Analysis. Hey I know it's fascinating so isotope. Analysis is a way of extracting information from Tom Skeleton. So from the individual themselves Rob Van Assuming origins based on my grave goods or the grave type. We can actually take small samples from the skeleton and measure the isotopes in them so an isotope is essentially a different type of elemental mental atom. So you may. For example have strontium which is one of the elements we use and strontium has three isotopes so essentially. These are all strontium atoms but they way differently. That's that's the only difference. They just have a different weight because they have a different number of neutrons in the nucleus. So we have strontium eighty six we have to make seven and strontium eighty-eight and whatever you find strontium you'll find those different types of isotopes but they vary in a systematic manner so oh every type of rock every type of geology that is under your feet because a specific strontium isotope ratio. And that's because of the age of the Rock and the type of the rock so that creates a variation zone nation of strontium isotopes in the geology. And because that strontium then comes out the rocks into the soils into the plants it is eaten by animals and humans and obviously humans eat animals as well and so it's a strontium transfers from the rock through the food chain into humans so if you're living in one place and growing all your crops in that place on that specific type of rock chalk example you will have strontium in your teeth and bones that can be directly related back to the chalk if you move somewhere else else to say a region of granite or sandstone and you measure the strontium acetate ratios in the two of burial from those regions off from you you. You would have a very different isotope ratio to the pleasure who birds so this gives us this is allows us to essentially like passports of people that they they carry around with them in the teeth essentially wherever they move and we can look other isotope elements such strontium gives you an indication of geology. Oxygen Isotopes is another one that we news and that's based on climate so again that has a geographic variation and it's all dependent on temperature and rainfall patterns. So generally if you you live in a cold place in the north you have very low oxygen isotope ratios. If you live in a warm place. In the south you have much higher oxygen isotope ratios so we can track the climate. The people were living in again so it allows us a discriminate- and there was this week. We can use as well. Those are the two main ones that we use to look at residential the mobility and migration..
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"Next to the grave is a shaft. It's so weird. It's about twenty feet feet deep and it was dug in the stone age using like antler tools didn't have metal they didn't even and have the wheel yet without metal tools with antler picks and they must have been a horrendous job officer very serious and there was a need a reason to build to to dig this hole but is there wasn't much atoll actually there was no human remains in it or anything we have a if you think animal bones and some some flints and stuff so why why is this about and and the grave is also surrounded by a hinge. Why yeah well? The big ares enclosed sometimes by by by stone as in Stonehenge sometimes by what they appear to be some sort of gathering places. I feel corralling animals. People meeting perhaps people coming from different parts of the of the countryside and meeting together maybe holding religious aspera minis we. We don't really know but but they seem to be a major feature if of the Neolithic world but this burial oh pitting the middle it could be one suggestion with the was a foundation burial. We just don't know one of the reasons that this is unusual is because they're actually whole articulated skeletons..