32 Burst results for "Cillian"
"cillian" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down
"I found to be a really delightful very fun. Sort of trashy silly thing And i think with three or four players. I think it could be really quite interesting. Still quite trashy and cillian fun and a different way. I think that the element of people trying to convince people to to basically damage other people ships etc. Instead of as could be interesting again could be horrible. It could just be a game prone to people just being horrible bullies. I did enjoy the meanness of it. I did enjoy the fact. That the tokens we were putting on the cause. The disabled ship was big. They are literally you are done for. This part of your ship is absolutely done. Four kids it did regenerate every round yet every round would repair itself. So it wasn't like i was decimating you. It was more the fact that i just suspect. So heavily into sending over asians foreign cannons at your whatever the every round everything that you may just go deactivated quite quickly. And i think is a problem with the to play again yes with other players i would have been spreading the love. You've you've been sharing the joy. I think that is exactly the came to you with. It was like i really. I think there's so much going for this game. And i think that visual design is so charming. It is so quick so easy to learn. it's a fifteen page rulebook. Like maybe six of them are the actual rules. Like is so breezy and quick and found a nice little puzzle. And it's got those take the elements if you want them that would work potentially in a larger game but in two it's like every negative card. You draw it's only going to go in one direction which meant that last round did feel like this onslaught of like you could take several turns after you were finished demolishing. Me and i was like well. I'm just done for the rest of the game. Yeah i just had that combination of just draw..
Are Trees Talking to Each Other?
"Trees are key players in many mythologies and folklore. They give us lots of our oxygen though. They're not the number. One shade to cool are concrete jungles. Sorry about all your brethren ripped out to do that. They provide us with fruits and nuts. I mean we couldn't have new tele. We didn't have trees provide homes for country critters and they can talk to one another albeit with a little help. All the trees around the world form symbiotic association. With below ground fungi. Fungi sent tiny threads. Called my cillian through the soil the myself liam picks up nutrients and water giving them to the roots and exchanges it for the water sugar and other things that the plant makes through photosynthesis ultimately together both can thrive when they might not otherwise the my silly affectively increase the surface area of root system by a great degree somewhere between a lot and vary it also creates a network that connects one tree root system to another so that they can share nutrients and water. A sort of would wide web working. The word for the mutually beneficial relationship is micro iza participating in adult spelling bee anytime soon. That's m. y. c. o. r. r. h. i. z. While doing her doctoral thesis some twenty plus years ago ecologist suzanne simmer discovered that trees actually communicate their needs to one another to test hypothesis. She and her colleagues infused trees with a traceable radioactive form of carbon and later took samples from the neighbouring trees. Those neighbors had the radioactive carbon proving that the plants could send nutrients back and forth to one another plants need sunlight photosynthesis or turn carbon dioxide and water into sugar. Aka energy and oxygen simmered found that trees in the shade where photosynthesis is harder to pull off actually got more of the radioactive carbon than their sunnier siblings
"cillian" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Rated mattress brands like Cillian Sleepy's Plus Get a free adjustable base with your $999 purchase. Let's check in with Mickey Ferguson over at Fox 60 how much rain we're going to look forward to seeing today. How about it? Hey, we've got a lot. A lot of rain fall into east Alabama is continuing to push to the West. The remnants of Danny that is, I don't think West Alabama is going to see the amount of rainfall though that East Alabama has seen highs today in your 86 degrees with a 60% chance of showers Tonight slows down to 70 tomorrow and the next few days. Some scattered showers and thunderstorms eyes on Wednesday. Near 90 degrees from the Wbrc First Alert Weather Center I'm Mickey Ferguson for Alabama's Morning years and right now, cloudy and rainy word 73 in his radio one Oh 55. W B. R C Before it is Alabama's morning news. I'm JT trying to lose some weight. Well, here's an idea for you. Hmm. New Zealand Scientists have come up with a weight loss device. That attach is to the jaw. Allows patients to open their mouths only two millimeters. Here's professor Paul Brunton, explaining when a patient bites together, the magnets engage and that limits your movement functionally quite comfortable, so you don't feel like your Children, a steel trap the devices worn by a seven patients. Lost an average about six kg over the two week period, which equates to about 5% of their body weight. Uh, I don't know. Would you try something like this? It's called dental Slim. It just came out, and people are kind of comparing it to a medieval.
"cillian" Discussed on Ahkameyimok Podcast with Perry Bellegarde
"What are some of the biggest challenges. Have your new job well right now. It's actually the the big job we don't while we've been announced. As a commission. Commissioners and directors we yet to have our secretary established that is going to be big job finding an appropriate ceo and a staffing into budgeting designing the budgeting and laying out. The work plan tasks that we have to carry out So you've got to do the whole operationalizing of a whole new institution department if you will from the ceo to the go to the budget and ops plan and so that really becomes your first focus of work definitely definitely there is historic development and the first of its kind and we don't. We don't have a template to build off of an utilize sore building from ground zero. That's both challenging but it's also exciting. You're starting with a blank page. So that's what's exciting. You can create something out of a blank page. You can draw portrait. Yes yes most definitely and we hope to be able to draw beautiful pictures on it okay. Well commission mitterrand revitalizing in teach. This language has been your passion for a very very long time. You know you've been at this. Were twenty years like where does that passion come from. Where did that spark in you. Come from where did that drive. Determination that fire come from regarding language. Revitalization it goes back to my childhood I was adopted by my great grandmother. Cillian in yes. Who is a medicine woman who is following in the footsteps of her mother who was also a medicine woman. An indian doctor and civilians husband was migrate ground. Grandfather was the chief of our community and they raised me. She took me in as a child and she began. Doctrine me up took me into the sweat house and gave me my medicinal powers and with us. It's only once in your lifetime..
Love: A Ghostly Wife
"British occupation was essentially away. And at this time bengal was described as a paradise among nations it was world renowned for its textiles silk and shipbuilding and brahmins had some of the highest living standards in the world. But they're stately. Homes was still surrounded by jungle and there were more than just tigers lurking within those trees. My wife room is beauty has always outshone. The moon has. Skin is as brown as fertile soil and halla is and cillian perfect. She is resplendent and she is loving and she is kind that i struggle to see her as she is. Time will heal this as it heals all such troubles. But i can't forget what happened to her in the early days of our marriage. I was so preoccupied by her beauty the neglected to know her. Maybe if i'd spent more time with her in those first few months i would have noticed. Something was wrong sooner. Maybe i could have helped her. Before my dream marriage turned into a nightmare. Several years ago my family set out to find me a suitable bride. My mother worried that if left to my own devices i would pick a woman so lifa for her looks and not the help she could bring the family. I disagreed with her at the time but looking back i can see that she was right. One of my options was ruma. Whose is stole my breath away. Deep brown and veiled with dark lashes. There was a smile within. That only belonged to her. She kept her gaze to the floor during that first conversation. But i did everything i could to make her. Look at me if i said something. Outlandish enough is would flit to mind to see. If i was serious in those small moments we found a place for each other in our hearts. My mother was less enamoured. She whispered the mulu. Pushy made was inedible. Do you want our kitchen to be. But i would not be dissuaded as the firstborn son. I had been put in charge of our family home after my father's death and my mother was to guide my wife through the first months as a housewife. I knew she worried about training a novice but i confess that it did not matter much to me. I was too smitten with rumor and since she was from a good family. My mother could not eliminate her remarried on an auspicious day. Both family priests at the stars were imperfect alignment for us. I told my mother that my heart had sound judgement. She didn't agree. She conceded that a wedding date forged by the hands of destiny was important but it was not the sole foundation of a marriage off to the celebration when the guests went home. Rumor an i settled in to truly speak together for the first time voice was even more beautiful than half face. I helped her remove her jewelry and brush her hair. I confessed my mother's fear hoping to play. It's a joke and assure rumor that she had my support in all matters who shop she. Said cheeks flushing. I can certainly learn to love you. But i feel your household lost. 'cause it was true that room bond every rotea she cooked and move dust about the floor instead of cleaning it up. I offered to hire more seven to help but my mother refused. She took on the task of teaching. Her and rumor agreed to try but room and never quite learned and for five years. I eight overcooked. Button and undercooked rice with a smile on my face. I loved her and the masters of the house were her. And my mother's business not mine then. Several weeks ago things began to change one day. Room made a pile of rotea for lunch. None of them were bent then a dinner. We had the best big yanni i'd ever eaten.
"cillian" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"They started selling goods on the side of the road in the market or something something very basic and. They weren't making a lot of money but they were doing bit better and so everybody was ahead of the control. The control group that cut neither and then after a year ago. Basically everyone had So so first of all people have reverted in the sense that it's not that they've fallen back all the way because we caught them at their lowest point so a lot of people in the control group are also doing better overtime right. Because they're just catching people. I construction at their lowest point but after year the people who only got the cash only got the be therapy. Don't look that different from the control group got neither Cvt people are a little bit better off a little less violent but it seems to have receded whereas the group the cop both still sustain these really large reductions in crime and violence and big changes in behavior. They're not making any more money. It turns out everybody keeps getting robbed or the police confiscate their goods or whether something destroyed. So if there's no secure property rights than than yeah then guess what you can't capital. It's hard to make money so everybody's poor after year. The guys who got. Cd therapy have really drastically. Changed lifelike basically half of them been stuck with this way of life but half of them have have changed since sustained a different kind of life and and we think we don't know for sure we think what's happened is the cbt's so practice right it's sort of. It's like it's just like it's it's learning by doing and and we think what the granted is after you to the cvt just sort of help you keep practicing that different life for bit longer for maybe a few months longer. And then you know within six months. The money's gone because of the or the police confiscation your robbed. But you had that six months where you're getting up every morning in pretending to be a normal guy with a normal business in six months where you didn't have to think about going back to robbery or muggings to just eat your next meal and so it just sort of had this buffer zone if you will that helped you solidify this new life and whether it's six i mean we'll see i don't. I don't know what to expect a longer. Yeah if cillian just increase. Oh if i understand this correctly Both tvd and the grand and the money beneficial effects in the short run. Maybe the money little bit higher than cvt but when you have both of them it seems to Seem to have lean forcing effect that continues longer and so this has policy implications right so You know eat seems to me without those. Initial conditions said It's equals. It's very difficult to sustain the behavioral change that they may have they may have acquired but the the capital constraints continuing as as before they would back maybe quickly. Yeah so so minor stand. There's there's not a lot of long term studies cdt. In general even when it's anxiety or phobias are the normal things apply to but my my sense is that people think that that. Cpt's should be effective long term for a lot of things it's often more effective or more sustained when people have booster sessions or other things to reinforce them along the way..
"cillian" Discussed on no cap
"I don't know 'cause like you're just like in so much debt then and you're like is it really like. Would it be better for me to dislike out my life and get a job. And then like i know a big thing like right now is a lot of millennials will get jobs and then travel and then make more money enough to travel and then like you know. It's like a big cycle or whatever Yeah yeah no. I've i've thought that too. Like if i could just maybe i'll learn about the stock market concluding that way or maybe a house sitter because it's like this path we're like come. Walking on her are taught to walk. Intake psychologist's good for you but super expensive so only certain people can get it but everyone should go get an education but not gonna be able to afford. It comes from cillian. Oh yeah and lake better colleges are like. I don't know i thought it like would if i just like went to community college and then traveling and then and it's just like such a weird system where like if you go to a certain college that may be more respected in like it's like everyone thinks you're guaranteed like a better job in a more successful life so it's just very strange kind of scared to like even if you relate be like. Okay this is. This is bullcrap outside of this. Do something else scary less traffic path. Yeah it's terrifying. Yeah i would be afraid canoe codge. Okay well i'm never going to get the job that stuff with doing nagging in the back of my head with her mother college. We've all my friends had a great time job. Yeah for us. But i flicked somebody just kind of have to take take take the because that's obviously for.
Best of 2020
"Lucky for me. Growing up in a family where i was. I'm the fourth generation. Also cillian yorkers luckily in new york. Everyone uses her hands. I mean just as such a part of who we are new yorkers. My mother actually went to school. You know she came out with a lot of experience. Is you know in the hearing community and You know my mother often would go to studio fifty four new york actually. She is big dancer. Used to go there all the time and is very very very good within reacting with hearing people so when we were kids of course my mom was very much sort of that bridge right. She kind of taught us how to you know work interact with young people. My my mom always really pushed on her to play on hearing leagues to play sports. And you know when of course we would always asked like. Why are we playing here kids. She's they at some point. You have to learn how to interact with them and now looking back that experience. I'm incredibly grateful for that. Gave me right. I never really felt a big difference between hearing people enough people. I really more or less felt that hearing people just spoken to language you know. They were kind of a foreigner arms kind of foreigner all of our raw close friends in the neighborhood role hearing so it really wasn't interesting experience. Certainly and that of course contributed to my experience on america's top model and now with my career in the industry ninety percent of the people that i work with live in the hearing world. So you know for the first twenty five years of my life. Things are very different but of course really impacted that. I'm so thankful you know. But i definitely wasn't sheltered by any means we'll sports that makes so much sense is a great idea especially because baseball has signs. What what sports did you play. Yeah absolutely absolutely To be honest with you. I played just about everything i could. You know baseball. There's actually a really interesting history. You know dating back to sign for strike were to ball or to all the different gestures and those were actually created years ago by deaf. Baseball players name was dummy hoy and he was the first baseball player who ever made it professional in the eighteen hundreds and when he got into the police he communicate with people and so they developed a essentially a system of hand signs or hand signals and the rest is history. Now we see that you know those hand signals have made it to all sorts of other sports how we communicate across fields and yet because of percent while i was i was reading the gala. That is where the football Huddle originated because folks were signing and needed for anybody listening that want anybody to be able to signing. And they didn't want people to see the signs right yet against playing against another football team. Obviously if you're communicating sign language across the football field you can see you know across the football field. You can see exactly what the other team is planning for. So that's where the huddle was invented. And you know i. I don't know why hearing people thought it was great idea but you know i guess they really love it now. You see it on. Tv every sunday right. I mean i get. I mean maybe it also just. Is that thing of you know feeling protective in lake. You're part of a group which again would be mood. Which makes so much sense. Why your mom would suggest that like it's it makes perfect sense and i also curious now that i'm like realizing 'cause i just had the we're listening. D do you interact with podcast you personally as a human to be honest with you. It's kind of another thing. So podcasts are typically just done through spoken english in with and with a lot of them. Dan provide transcripts which pretty extensive and occasionally. I'm happy to to pull it up and give it a read through but it's not the same experience as it would be. You know to listening to a conversation you know if there were podcast with you know say sign interpreting or something that i could essentially listen to you through my eyes. I think it'd be a lot more comfortable and i. I might even be a fan. But i think it anyway but you know honest with you. I don't have any favorite podcast. Really come to mind. That makes perfect sense. I mean i will say. I do not think it is a an art that is accessible like. I just don't think that it's something that folks are focused on making it accessible for for hurry appearing folks and i won't even say as a comic you know A lot of times. When i've provided in asl interpreter. Which i've done many times. It usually comes per request. Which again is something that like. I could continue to work on But it is it is the rise is on the deaf. Hard of hearing person to send me some random tweet or to get in touch through my management overbooking. The show and that has happened many times. But like one fucking bummer to have to constantly work to be accommodated right right. Definitely definitely you know. It's it's always a matter of reaching out but it's just so become part of a part of what it is you know. We oftentimes which wish accessibility just come to us. Yeah you know it's funny. I actually for Trump's large meetings and for his large rallies you know he he doesn't provide interpreters and so a group actually sued the white house and finally they are putting access and transcripts up live while lawsuit and that makes much sense to that that that it would be important. I mean to read what he's saying that specifically that person versus being able to see what he's saying comprehend what he's saying in a visual format like that is so it is so impactful. His presence is so impactful in a negative way. But it's it's part of stuff fidelity. You're absolutely right. you're absolutely right. Yeah i mean honestly he downplayed the whole thing right and continued to deprive millions and millions of americans. You know of their access to participate in the democratic system and to vote. I mean it's just while do you think there is there any is there anybody. Is there any art form were. Who's doing a good job with this. Is there anybody doing a good job. Making things accessible for you like just in general. Yeah i mean now that. I guess now that you're saying time like this feels like it would always be on you. You know like i just. I can't think of something. And i thought maybe you had that like magic. You're like this team. Yeah i mean it is definitely a constant. It's constantly constantly a lack of access But yeah. I can't think of anyone specifically while i mean i i will pursue for my partner is. She has an autoimmune disease that affects her energy level and affects her ability to get around show also and she can use some if she's walking sticks like as a as an aide but the particular ones that she uses their hiking sticks so i think it can look like i think it can look like stuff's going on right in the she also visit visually. She's one of those people who doesn't necessarily look like she's dealing with right and It's been really. I opening traveling with her that so much. A part of general community of disability is really just an invisible. Definitely
Contemporary public art: who is it for?
"Louisa. When i look back over the newspaper dot com archive in in relation to christoph boucle. What i found was a lot of fierce debates mentioned in the articles about him often involving authorities as well as art world people. He wants to create this kind of control. He doesn't need so so tell us about this latest controversy. Why is it such conservancy. It starts off by the venice biennale in two thousand nine hundred nineteen when we will all of us walking through the arsenal and that was a vast rusting boat on the key side. Not in water. That's not an unusual thing to see. It looked kind of weirdly home amongst the other sort of naval paraphernalia around in the snarly but then of course there was no notice nothing to identify it. If diligent you look up in the catalog but unite was very mysterious but of course word of mouth soon came through this was indeed a work and art not a piece of rusting boatlift over by the navy it was balkan nostra it was cooled and it was actually the very boat which had been leaving libya for its louis laden with excess. Don't know how many of the thousands immigrants trying to get it collided with portuguese freighter. Got into trouble and sunk killing everybody. Pretty much on board. I mean it was an absolute atrocity slash disaster. The boat was then taken by the italian navy to sicily where there was an incredible detailed forensic investigation on all of the bodies of the victims many of whom were trapped in the hall of the boat. They'd be impacting. It was it was a trafficking boats. It was a horrific horrific scenario There was a forensic detailed investigations to who the identity of these people were many of their families traced and so they learn to the terrible fate of relatives now. I didn't quite know how this happened. But then time passes from two thousand fifteen. Somehow a deal is struck with the sicilian town of augusta where this both ended up in the naval base to bring it to the venice biennale as an exhibit. Christopher cal had signed a contract with the town of augusta that he could borrow the boat for yeah it would be exhibited has been and then he would return it a year later so the boats there everybody feels extremely conflicted about some people said it was a brilliant idea that shows how decadent the art world is how decadent our world is how uncaring we are. It was kind of appalling. I felt the boat was parked right by the cafe. So you start swinging europe roles and your and your cappuccinos. Perhaps not knowing there was in effect the site of mass atrocity a mass grave. Right beside you. So was it makes us think about our place. In the world on carrying thought about crises unfolding very close to us or was it. An exploitative opportunistic attention seeking Profile raising artwork by christopher. Koop and as you say he does have form in this respect. He's done other things. He's crushed landed a mosque in venice inside the catholic church for another being all for the icelandic pavilion. Several years ago he also set up community centers on controversial other things in tasmania. We'll probably talk about in a minute. So but this was a big one and yes it's very raw and the debate in the controversy still rages but the latest part of. This debate is a year on from the being ali. The boat is still. There is a dispute between the being early organization and bianco and he's gallery well absolutely yes. Because as i said he signed a deal with the city in town of augusta. Maybe you know. Maybe money exchanged hands. I don't know but anyway but the deal was that the boat would then come back to augusta where apparently it was intended to be the centerpiece for memorial park with the consent of the relatives. Also in all kinds of rumblings around the time in the been on it was stated apparently the families had given their permission for this boats to be used or some families are given their permission. I mean gardeners specific. But that will talk of permission. But now there's the boat the biennale a now say they have been hassling buco since november last year to bring this boat back to honor his agreement to honor the contract with cillian town of august. Gustave saying they want the boat back as well now sources close to buco say that because he never talks to the press which is another thing we can talk about minute They say apparently the boat was damaged in transit coming venice so it's going to be impossible until the cradle support is fixed for it to come back again to augusta so buco is now trying to get insurance to pay for this either from the benaroya. Who said no go away or probably problem rudely or indeed from the shipping company. But i mean. I would say that you know only ethics about whether you actually share bin ali or not. I felt squeamish. I think we're dead. People are concerned it starts to get very problematic. Any put all those ethics to one side. You honor the agreement to the families you on the agreement to the place from whence you lent it and if and if the cradle got caught up and pay for it or you make your gary who house involved not show for penny or two to cough up and pay for it you know. I draw lines more lines in the sand. Whatever want feels about artworks raising profile of terrible crises. Apparently there's talk about taking the boat to brussels to show how come the the eu have been ignoring the immigration crisis. I mean lofty motives. But you know this is a place where over thousand people died.
"cillian" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"Tentacles. Tendrils giving each stock a total of twenty five tentacles atop torso blunt bulbous neck of lighter. Gray with gil. Like suggestions holds yellowish five pointed starfish shaped head covered with three inch. Wiry sicilia various matic colors had thick and puffy about two feet. Point to point with three inch. Flexible yellowish tubes projecting from each point sledding exact center of top probably breathing aperture at end of each to expansion or yellowish membrane. Rolls back on handling to reveal glassy red iris globe evidently and i five slightly longer. Reddish tube start from inner angles of starfish shaped head. An end in sack-like swellings of same color which upon pressure open to bell shaped orifices two inches. Maximum diameter and lined with sharp white tooth like projections probable. Mouths all these tubes. Cillian points of starfish had found folded tightly down tubes and points clinging to bulbous neck and torso flexibility surprising despite vast toughness at bottom of torso rough but the similarly functioning counterparts have head arrangements exist. Bulbous light gray pseudo. Neck without gil suggestions holds greenish. Five pointed starfish arrangement. Tough muscular arms. Four feet long and tapering from seven inches diameter at base. To about two point five at point tweets point is attached. Small end of a greenish five. Eight membranous triangle eight inches long six wide at farther end. This is the paddle thin or pseudo foot. Which has made prints and rocks from a thousand million to fifty or sixty million years old permitted angles of starfish arrangement project to foot reddish tubes tapering from three inches diameter at base to one at tip orifices tips. All these parts. Infinitely tough and leathery but extremely flexible. Four foot arms with paddles. Undoubtedly used for locomotion of some sort marine or otherwise when move display suggestions of exaggerated muscular parity as found all these projections tightly folded over pseudo neck and end of torso corresponding to projections at other. End cannot yet assigned positively to animal or vegetable kingdom but odds now favor animal probably represents incredibly advanced evolution of radiata without loss of certain primitive features echinoderms resemblance is unmistakable despite local contradictory evidences wing structure puzzles in view of.
"cillian" Discussed on Reformgelical
"So it's kind of easy to demonstrate that there's one person that cares about love and it's not it's not you guys, right? Yeah, it's not you guys and I think off when you are reading that and seeing those arguments being made just point them right back to scripture guys, right is so clear because scripture doesn't make love a Disney fairytale steals emotional niceness. It has cleared descriptions of what love is there's no greater love than dying for your friend. Love is patient kind all those things and first name. Means that we hear every single wedding those are actions. Those are things that are tangible you can see and have definitions. It's just not letting people do whatever they want. It's not doing whatever the left agenda a is and so it's an easy win for us. So I welcome that and I feel like it's going to be very short-lived once we start pointing them back to scripture. Well, I sure I sure hope so, I mean it's you know, it's like you said it's one of those things that's kind of like the the, you know, X making Democrats things and easy case to make right doesn't mean they're going to accept it but it's a it's an easy case to make yeah, and we're at a point right now. I think where we have the moment as long as we keep hitting the easy points to make that they are going to continue to look more Cillian Cillian become less less relevant and less relevant that's relevant but soaps and where they do things like what Southern Seminary judge did where they gave a five million dollar scholarship to black people, but that's like yeah that I don't even know what to do about explaining that or wage. Describe that adequately partiality. I mean sure strict discipline if any obviously it's it's partiality. Somebody was saying to me like well, you know, but it's not partiality to give him a scholarship to the poor and you know, usually partiality is talk about his poor and rich in the Bible and it's like obviously giving charity is not partiality. Right? Right. Like if you give. A poor people no one's going to be impartial the poor people. It's about it's about like it's about like how you it's about how you decide right? Like if you were giving money to certain poor people but not others that would be a problem. In fact, that's what something that the the early church was doing. They gave to they would serve the widows of a certain was it was it was the Jew Jew widows not the Greeks or vice versa or something like that, That was a big problem. If you can't you can't that's not how you can decide on this stuff right doesn't make any sense. If you want to give to black people then just give the black people like what's wrong with that like I should understand like if if you read off To give scholarships a black people then when a black person applies for a scholarship give him one. Yeah, but that's not the point of this that point isn't to help black people. It's the point for Al Mohler to throw a bulb the social justice people..
"cillian" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"So. Half Hour might my intended half hour comedy special is called Mexican fraud and I'm giving it out early and it plans you know whatever. But. You know the idea behind that is looking the car in not living up stereotypes and in the land community looking the part. Can you alive trouble because they look at you start to go you know they. Now, how do you not go to church? Do you not have kids his age? How're you know there's a lot of pressure from Latin community be a certain thing looking the part in leading up to it and And I find certain funny comical You're kind of like you know it's just like with in a looking looking why the comedian what does that even mean you know I don't know it's like I get it from a White Guy Perspective I tell people speak two different languages and they're like, oh, are you fluent in Klingon Elvis? But no, it's it's tough. So being a nerdy white guy but no back to you too real struggles. And now not at all but you know I, I actually did not grow up speaking Spanish I had learned it in the you know grade school and the grade school they teach you more of the written language although I am half I'm half Mexican predominantly I'm half Mexican half. Cillian and neither my parents spoke either of their their family Italian Spanish at home granted my father he's his own story in itself is a little checkered his past, but he did speak Spanish and and It was kind of a client behind closed doors thing where I think this man she was speaking. I think I know because of his lifestyle. It was hidden. He was talking about he was in the streets and miss. You know he was he was that he looked like L. Troppo like every single boyfriend or girlfriend route around with like your gas cooling what's really scary and Like I literally.
Michaela Haas on Turning Bad Breaks into Breakthroughs
"Michaela. It is so great to have you on untangle today. Thank you so much for being here. Thanks for having me. I've been looking forward to this awesome so I loved your book bouncing forward. Yeah and the subtitle of the book is transforming bad. Breaks into breakthroughs and this just stirred up so much for me because so much of your work is about resilience and forgiveness and use the term post traumatic growth verses post traumatic stress for example. And I really WANNA help our our listeners. Understand why resilience is so important and why some of US fall apart while others of US thrive based on your stories exactly. That's really the question. That has intrigued me for a very very long time. And I as a journalist I meet a lot of people who've been through traumatic experiences and I always wondered why some people were able to deal with it better or heal from it. And even thrive while others fell apart so this question became deeply personal when I got severely ill in my twenties and I was actually bedridden for about eight months and it was pretty scary because the doctors didn't know what was wrong with me and if I would ever get better and I was Nodar Cillian and I did fall apart. So this really sparked the personal part of the journey to see well other people have been through things much worse than what I've experienced. So are there things I can learn to become more resilient? Are there things that I can use to nourish myself when I'm down and the book bouncing forward is really the result of this because I got to speak to? People Admire like Maya Angelou who actually gave the book it's titled. She talks about bouncing forward going. Beyond what the Naysayer said or people like temple grandin the autistic pioneer or a paralyzed surfer called Jesse Bill. Our and I asked them all the same questions. What helped you. How did you make it through? And in the course of this research I came across this amazing new science of Post Traumatic Growth. And of course everybody has heard of post traumatic stress but much to my surprise. I learned today is really a lot of information about how we cannot only heal from traumatic experiences and challenges but even use them to grow and so this is what really fascinates me and this is why I wrote bouncing forward to share this research with anybody who experiences challenges in life and who doesn't right. Doesn't I think you have a statistic in your book that eighty nine percent of US experience at least one traumatic event in our life and with post traumatic growth. Is there sort of a depth of experience or negative experience that you have that makes it almost impossible to come back or in your research? Have you found any differences between how bad experience actually is in how easy or hard it is to come back thing one of the things? I've most surprising is that it is not what happened to us. That determines how severe trauma is I've interviewed a chapter about. My friend Coco Schumann. Who WAS AN AUSCHWITZ? Maya Angelou was abused and raped as an eight year old. So I've come to understand that there is nothing that we cannot heal from now. Of course it doesn't mean that it doesn't leave scars and actually what determines if can heal from a trauma isn't so much what happens to us that how much support we get. How much incharge feel how much control they can take situation? How safe we feel how much we lost in very very much. Our mindset. 'cause. I'm I've been a practicing Buddhist for more than twenty years now and what actually got me into Buddhism was mine counters with Tibetan refugees in Asia. And they had traumatic life stories. They've often witnessed family members being killed or tortured or they've been in prison or they've been tortured and even when some psychologists were surprised to find that only one of nine hundred refugees they interviewed was diagnosed with Ptsd and all the others had found ways through that practice of compassion and meditation and Mindfulness to work through their pain and work through their suffering. And this is where I think the idea of post traumatic growth is so helpful because as soon as we can find any purpose in while we go through then we actually have a much much better chance of healing from it and this is something that no matter what our specific traumas children set. The fundamental question is not if we encounter suffering because we all do but how we work with suffering so that leads to awakening the hard in going beyond the habitual views and actions to perpetuate suffering. So this is really the core. A founding forward. Yeah it's a really. It's a complicated idea. I mean it seems simple on the one hand and complicated on the other because looking back at your story so your bedridden with an undetectable illness at the time for eight months. And you're struggling with that. Is it because you didn't have the tools yet to become more resilient or to accept this as an opportunity I mean? Is there any way to wall? Were inside the opportunity to look at the gift of that without getting too sort of Wu about that because these experiences are horrible. I met a few people who were able to do it on the spot but I think there are rare. Most people need at least a few years or several years too with some distance to look back and see it as a growing experience and I think one of the worst things you can say to somebody who's in the midst of it things like. Oh it's GonNa get better or who knows what it's good for people. Hey these phrases and that's really not what poster medic growth means and actually the only way we can grow as to allow struggle but one thing I can say that helped me and that I think helps anybody who's going through a tough time is mindfulness meditation. Because I think that we have no choice but to learn to stay present and running away as tempting as it is or drinking. The pain away or taking painkillers or whatever particular styles of avoiding it. It just never works. None of these methods works. So mindfulness meditation is now you so widely in the army and businesses in trauma therapy and I founded crucial now. I head already started meditating before I became ill but I had to realize that I was more like a good weather meditators. I use it to make myself feel good and I had to learn to go deeper with that and to stay present even when the going gets tough even when there is physical pain even when there is emotional pain to stay present and rushy Bernie glassman because also In bouncing forward is well if you think about it. We're always in the present moment anyway. We can't be anywhere else. It's just a matter of allowing ourselves to actually be there and be present with whatever happens. Of course it's a practice at work on for the rest of my life. Yeah I think we all will and I think a lot of people who have experienced trauma. Let's say yet in their lies. Don't really understand that. These practices that you cultivate pre trauma are going to be important for anything that you deal with in life. And how do you inspire people to really understand that these practices will be your if you will forgetting through things? Yes obviously you want to practice meditation or other. Resources full resilience. Ideally practice them when the sun is shining so that we have them at our disposal when the going gets tough and one of the things. I find most encouraging. Is that actually in the mindfulness tradition that I trained in we can use happiness and pain to transform ourselves to open a hard to become more compassionate rather than closing down to sharing was really going on. We don't have to wait for trauma to start but it's useful to prepare ourselves because most of us not only experienced one trauma in life but five to six actually and it's not just the war in Iraq that can be traumatic but a divorce can be traumatic and illness can be traumatic surgery. A car crash thinks that happened to pretty much all of us and I think if it was up to me resilience would be taught in schools. Mindfulness Meditation would be taught in schools because kids learn about it if they applied. They grow up so much stronger because resilience is like a muscle if we work at it. If we train in it then we become strong and we become more resilient and the earlier we start or if we have daily practice the more useful it will be to us when we do encounter a severe challenge or
"cillian" Discussed on Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage
"And and it's just been a walk of faith a walker persistence and in nineteen taking longer than we thought I would Probably twelve months eighteen months behind worth all we would be in terms of Halloween. Take this oil gentle digital creative institute institute and when did you actually. We had our our first group of students apprentices through in January twenty sixteen sixteen and prior to that. I pointed tab yeah relevant for a year. We were really working on the whole concept and put together marketing curriculum. And just everything to yell to launch. And it's it's slow with education business because you have to see education take place over the course of power rating so addition in addition to business small you also have an education all pedagogy had to prove out and service is a twelve month partnership it takes starting Jittery Sixteen awards not until the twenty seventeen before result of that rate and then starting with the next cycle so at this point we had seventy apprentices. Go through you know still ability a relatively small group but they've print out the model and we have eighty seven percents are rated by their employers as high performing consensual We have one hundred percent of their all currently employed in the occupation. They've trained in which the market outstand. Hardly any education programs can say that today so really proud of that. So we're getting some great results have a good foundation to build off of but There's been so much uncertainty. Hey this and you know a lot of it too is just timing The current CIA association pumping a lot of money into apprenticeships. Like back back. Did it happen until very recently. I was recently at a meeting with The labor and other businesses Pizza I began sprint. You know huge players looking at this whole apprenticeship piece and what we heard from the park labor they now have a billion dollars undernourishment to fund Persi- whereas just a couple of years ago it was probably a tenth of that. So so it's it's really the timing as well and that's where there's risk in any any business and it's it's just tough bud but my wife is so Cillian that turned braeside looking at her muscles vases raises so am I right. Twenty.
"cillian" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The return of Emily blunt's Evelyn fighting off more than just monsters this time now left to lead her three children through the wilderness alone following the death of her husband in the first film spoiler alert I guess you know I didn't see it see it out either I'm listen blame Brian Brian type is a when when did quite please come out it's funny because as I was reading that first set tie was taken to the husband done the first one I can't remember now I room and I saw it when did you come up Brian do you feel responsible no April twenty eighteen twenty eighteen of the year and a half well it's our fault not bright yeah I think he's working hard so he is working hard and let me let me say this a just a blanket statement not directed at you two in particular if you haven't seen a movie in a year and a half tough luck if somebody spoils it for you and so it goes you know Citizen Kane it was a sled rose but was a sled there I ruin that too if you haven't seen that sixty years seventy years while you're out of luck that's right Forrest Gump Jenny dies that's right enjoy it there I've spoke you did season is a K. Bryant all well listen I can help you should take it a film class in college that would work out it would work out better all right anyway the husbands dead from the first film Kevin Lorne dog just save you two hours now you know how it ends just go to the second one also they don't talk in the first one did I spoil for now I know that you're getting all right we're about they set off traps buy a new character played by Cillian Murphy who is reluctant to help them the one where left the.
The 77th Annual Golden Globes to honor several LGBTQ-inclusive nominees in 2020
"Here now the nation's for the seventy seventh annual golden golden globe awards were announced and there were several of the B. two Q. and crear adjacent nods across film and television with rocket man paid and gory killing eve at the politician each scoring two or more nominations there are also several out actors who were nominated other nominations at celebrate LGBT Q. representation that lack of nominations for people of color and outstanding roles like is a diet and euphoria and rigidity keying in watchman art well that's notable any year rife with extraordinary films from when the directors the Hollywood foreign press association failed to nominate credit Kerr wing for little William little women Lulu way you for the fare well the rain ASCA Fauria for hustlers Cillian CO four portrait of a lady on fire and Merial Heller for or won't you be my neighbor still progress around LGBT Q. visibility deserves to be celebrated and the gay and lesbian alliance against defamation are glad pre is the recognition in a statement saying quote golden globe nominations for LGBT Q. inclusive films including rocket man portrait of a lady on fire and painted glory along with tell of the television series the politician and killing eve continue a tradition of recognizing extraordinary talents by the Hollywood foreign press association glad said director of entertainment media Jeremy black a black hello said quote well deserved nominations for several LGBT Q. roles as well as for out actors Billy Porter BT felt staying Ben Platt and Andrew Scott provide a reason to celebrate and reminder for how audiences and critics alike support and applied authentic RGB to Q. storytelling and here's just a brief review of of those folks that have and in receipt of nominations is according to the advocate here for the F. X. drama pose Billy Porter was nominated for best performance by an actor in a television series drama the gay actor appears as pray tell and the and the show which is made history with trans gender representation can't wait to see what he's gonna wear yeah right Ben Platt recognized for his role as Peyton Hobart in Netflix's the politician and nominated in the category of best performance by an actor in a television series comedy or musical Platt recently came out as gay and his character Peyton is durable as a bisexual lead in this Ryan Murphy produced series next and you Scott the hot priest in season two of Amazon's flea bag scored a nomination in the category of best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series limited series or motion picture made for television Scott is gay this the show the politicians scored a nomination it best television series comedy or musical the series produced by Ryan Murphy centers on several LGBTQ characters vying for power in a wealthy high school in Santa Barbara California including a character played by a gay actor Ben Platt was received a golden globe not as we just mentioned flea bag that series received three nominations at the golden globes best television series comedy or musical best performance by an actress in a television series for Phoebe Waller bridge and best performance by an actor in a supporting role in the series for Andrew Scott as imagined in addition to prominently featuring Scott a gay actor as the hot priest the season Waller bridges series is funny and moving at a take on navigating life love and sex as a woman in her thirties next up killing eve the BBC America series about a killer Jody calmer and the woman she is infatuated with Sandra was nominated in the category of best television series drama I'll also mentioned that Jody Comber the who kills and killing eve ha ha the a she's got the nomination in the best performance by an actress in a television series drama for her role in killing a law for the show yeah for sure the second season really stood up sometimes you never know yes sometimes it is kind of a sophomore jinx that now is it but in this case the dazzling musical a biopic of Elton John's life a rocket man is up for best motion picture musical or comedy I got to see that Terron Iger ten an ally of the LGBT Q. community was nominated in best performance by an actor in a motion picture musical or comedy for rocket man and he gives life and voiced Elton John and this a claim role also Elton John alongside his writing partner Bernie to open received a nomination for the track I'm gonna Love Me again from rocket man in the yeah the school category you know music commissaries category right Gregor wings little women did the clearest and most feminist interpretation yet of the beloved story by Louisa may Alcott received nominations in two categories Best Original Score and best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for a show is run ins Joe March Renee Zellweger was nominated in best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for giving life to gay icon Judy Garland in the bio pic Judy Antonio Banderas is vying for best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama he was nominated for his lead role in pain and Gloria filled by Pedro Almodovar inspired by the gate directors life out actress Beatie felled Steen scored and not in the category of best performance by an actress in a motion picture musical or comedy she plays Molly and books marked the Olivia Wilde directed comedy about two friends one straight one lesbian who cut loose after prom glory as we mentioned previously the film directed by an inspired by the life of gay filmmaker Pedro Almodovar is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film portrait of a lady on fire silliness yamas beautiful film about two women who discover love and art in eighteenth century France was nominated in the category of Best Foreign Language Film and Jennifer Lopez as queer hearts a flutter as Ramona the stripper and hustler who took destiny Constance Wu under her wing and the fold of her fur coat the foreign press association was also moved giving her a nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture and Margot Robbie is a stand out and bombshell the film about sexual harassment at fox news that giving away spoilers he's a compelling reason for LGBTQ folks to watch it the foreign press association agreed honoring Robbie with the nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture so at least a couple categories here will get a half LGBT representation competing against itself wiles is kind of cool and its own right but yeah so congratulations to the many LGBT Q. nominations for this year's golden
Magic Mushrooms: Can Their Mycelia Give Us Safer Plastic Replacements?
"This film called the Kingdom you really must see it won so many international prizes and was made in Australia about fungi the half a kingdom of their own fungi just like the Animal Kingdom and the plant kingdom kingdom and it says in the film in the beginning we mammals had to be warm blooded otherwise fungi would have invaded us. Yes this is the side show. Today we come from Roy Mandalay an expert panel on the magic of mushrooms the I was talking to Brian about an extract from the film which you said amongst other things that none of you would be here if it weren't founder 'cause they were here first and they're so ubiquitous extraordinary that they would have been taking over your primitive body if it weren't for one important thing according to this superb film you have raised raised temperature and because you're warm-blooded these creatures do not infest you but this is highly significant and I find it really extraordinary that so little is known about my Celia other foundry living underground the gigantic now Brian. This is a leading question which the answer's. Yes do you think we've underestimated the importance of this kingdom yes go on very much so so my name's. Brian Pickles and I'm a lecturer in ecology at the University of Reading in the UK as the first guest to talk. I'm going to use the privilege witch of saying that. I'm a fun guy. Yeah that's right. Pun In there I mostly work call nut trees and their special relationship with fungi that link them all up ground incredible. They do all sorts of things. Introduce yourself similarly me and tell me how many my colleges there might be in the country. Does anybody know that's way too many. There's actually one fulltime microbiologist living at the ecology policy of fungi so I've got some medical ecologists agriculture microbiologists as compared to all other zoologists and botanists. We need a few more my collegues south the Ellison Awesome Pool Leo. I'm on a mission to fund infect you all by the end of today or perhaps finally infect your consciousness to try and get funding into our concepts tips of what biodiversity is of what nature is and how fungi actually underpinned the architecture of our soil's and draw the trees and funding other plants and indeed asked together and Gavin. I heard you on the radio with Brian. Yes today. I think it was Jonathon Greene was talking about all sorts of amazing things how you can use them. Where do you come. I'm from my organization. Economic Design is based in upstate New York and a little over a decade ago. We began growing alternatives for the conventional plastics mystics that are used in protective packaging and building construction using my Cillian the vegetative or root like structure of mushrooms so that these materials are compatible with our planet it at the end of their useful life fantastic on the scale you you just won't believe now. Mike now you connected to given his work on my Kornblau interdisciplinary artist and lecturer at the University of Tasmania and school of architecture and design and we're very lucky to have given cam over last week we did a talk as part of our design forum series and Moan System. We've been working on AH fabrication theme for the last year and a half where we're working with various biomaterials Kelp Scooby and now my Caelian to see how it can be scaled up to an architectural application by the way Mike. Have you seen Tim Flannery book about Kelp. No I haven't well obviously they grow on on a gigantic scale in the C- The oceans especially if it's not too hot but vast supply if you look after them especially around Tasmania okay now now bronze something. You hinted that would wide web. What is it so who in the audience has been thinking about fungi today understands what my see Liam Yeah Okay so did you all that you are currently on top of a whole. Shwak of my Celia attached to the roots of those grasses the roots of the trees that are extending out underneath his old and those roots are all connected up to fungi and fungi or interacting with the planets they're interacting with the soil and they form the foundation of
"cillian" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"On the make nice the friendship rekindling of a friendship between two frenemies, too. Pop superstar frenemies. That's on the waist and stay with us. Now in sync. It's ninety seven point one. Wash. FM. That me clear my throat. Waking up with tubby and Cillian ninety seven point one. What to do? Still. Here we go at five forty ninety seven point one washed FM Hollywood for your show biz buzz. This is what you ought to know today. Yesterday Taylor swift released her celebrity filled video for her latest song, you need to calm down, and the video ends with Taylor, who's wearing a French fry suit and Katy Perry.
"cillian" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Joining. Thank you. With. And. Parts. We're here, everything and. Sharing today. Liam. Three. Year. Loan. Yeah. Really? And what happens around? We are all your. And. Knowing. Ban on color getting slit. Made. This. Who? Really? Oh. Folks. Zayn. Story, wrist. Really? With your dog. You have a new. Who read to human being on your? You're doing what you're doing. Little thing. Really? On. Two. Two years. Of years. Smaller one signs your. And. Needs new. Really? Really? Everywhere. Walk around. Line. Beautiful. Lynch. Don't. And. Little. And have heard. Thanks so who? More and more of it. I wanted to. Cillian option. Stana I.
Investors raise bets on Fed making two rate cuts
"If investors expected, fed sheep JPL to do nothing for the rest of the year that then futures would be at ninety seven point five. The fact that they're ninety seven point nine may not seem like a big deal to you, but it's used you change the dollars in this market means. The futures markets are forecasting at the pit bull start easing sometime in the next six months. Now that doesn't mean these speculators will turn out to be right, though, people who try to game, the fit are often wrong and disappointed lasted member. When Jay pal was making threatening noises about how he needed to raise it straits aggressively in order to cool down a red hot economy. Remember that the fed funds rate went to ninety seven okay. Meeting people were looking for three percent federal funds rate. Then the stock market cratered, the economy, slowed down, and pal changed course talking about the need for patients. But garner points out that it didn't take long for the futures market to go from into spending no change to spitting rate cuts by April, that funds rate futures were soaring. You can see see this big rally. That's all people making a bet. How would a bookmaker break it down? Okay. Garner notes that the fed funds futures are pretty an eighty percent chance. Eight o of at least one rate cut by envier stiffly. The futures Mark is priced in a forty percent probability of one rate. Cut a thirty percent chance of two cuts and a small group of traders are even daddy, one, three or more rate cuts really outside that's over over over and all this seems like an overreaction guada- believes that the fence fund feds is stuck between a rock and a heart place. When the one in we've got robust economic growth couple with barely any inflation. Take a look at that obviously employment growth is pretty good. That should be Nevada for the fed. So there's no real reason for them to do it. When the other when JPL tightened to aggressively late this year. It really did slow down the economy and it's possible if might be willing to. Mentally cut rates. If that means staving while recession of the room making horrible corners conference that we could see in multi. Pause from the fed both because it makes sense as monetary policy and because of what she sees in these charts when it comes to the fed funds futures. Both the relative strength index the RSI, okay? And the Williams percentage or oscillators are Ma in mildly. Overbought tur- you of that, this one's just a little bit of which just a futures have come up too far too fast meeting. This thing was was an overreaction. Plus, there's a powerful Cillian ninety seven point nine to ninety eight so she's saying there peaking, right here, right now, she's making a very big call people if Garner's right December, futures contracts should drift back to where it was trading at the beginning of the year round, ninety seven point five. Remember right now, this thing is baking more than one rate cut and that seems way too optimistic for and it's not just the pit funds futures. Check out this daily chart of the I shares twenty plus year treasury Tf right now. Long term treasuries are forty with multi your. Highs member when rates go down bonds go up in value. Okay. Yields on your multi your lows while long term interest rates are only partially impacted by the Federal Reserve, there's still some correlation. And as far as Garner's concerned, this chart is bad news for the bulls. It's just the treasury prices are poised and go back down. Meaning yields will go up meaning more rate cuts might not be in the menu. I told you how contrary this thing is, it's an extraordinary. Call by Carly, extraordinary
Chemical Weapons Attack In Syria Last Year May Have Been Staged
"Credulity spawned to what a some observers have observed have inferred from this document namely that the chemical weapons attack in Douma nastier may have been staged a by the rebels has there been any precedent for that kind of staging by the rebels anywhere in Syria and can this reasonably be inferred from that document leaked document. Well, first of all, the first really serious chemically talking series in two thousand thirteen nothing sarin in Goethe NASCAR outskirts of Damascus now at that point, the Russians invasive pulses, they Syrian regime still to claiming false flags. The rebels were pretending to. Carry out chemical attacks and blaming the regime. What we have in connection with this latest one is that the fact finding mission cold on a number of international experts. They said the three different experts. Honesty's done by three teams in three different countries. They worked independently the purpose of this exercise really was to examine the Cillian does look at the damage on them. Look at the surrounding damage to the concrete roofs, and Troy to Joyce conclusions about how the send is right there with complicated calculations like how fast it would be folding. It was dropped from the sky and doing computer simulations and things like that. So he saw as a very technical sort of business. Now, Mr. Henderson's reports, same set done something similar. There's nothing much detail about how he did it, but it saves the T contact of universities who gave guidance on how to compute modeling and the, the report kind of implies that it was the model was done internally by Henderson, pops the people, but he's not absolutely clear. Basically. So basically very very technical area. So it's very difficult for outsiders to judge particularly as neither the official report, No, MR Henderson's goes into any real detail about how they ride their calculations. So do
"cillian" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So I get the question all the time. What mattress should I buy? Where should I look? And ultimately, what am I looking for in a good mattress? And I want to give you some tips on what to look for in a good mattress. A it shouldn't be toxic most mattresses that you'll see on the shelves nowadays they have PB dis. They have a flame retardants they have TCP's in. You'll see that a lot of these mattresses even have mercury or lead or heavy metals summary, even made with formaldehyde or ozone depleter, and there are several studies that show that these toxic chemicals in your mattress are getting into your bloodstream in these chemicals have been linked to things like fiber algebra. They've been linked to things like cancer. They have been leaked to these auto immune. Yoon conditions in ultima, causing all kinds of unnecessary suffering and symptoms. And so one of the things that you want to look for in a mattress is inorganic mattress. And ideally, a memory foam now, if you've ever slept on a memory foam bed, you know, that it can heat up at night. Now, you don't want a memory foam that's going to cause you to heat up at night. And now you're sweating. And now you have the sheets, but now it's cold. And now you have the covers just a void the whole mass. When you do a memory foam mattress look for one that has Cillian now Cillian there's a mechanism the helps to cool down the mattress at night. So it doesn't heat up. Now, there's a specific brand that I recommend the brand that I use. I have in every room in my house. I have a bio posture of mattress now get on bio posture dot com, you'll see they have special discounts, but bio posture, they have nontoxic mattresses, they have the silliest technology. And what this Cillian technology. It's amazing. What it does? It actually recycles body. He as infrared energy, which then supports a temporary increase in your blood flow..
"cillian" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Those games get Cillian away that some sort of weird mini game would fit and mortar comment on that generation of mortal Kombat games word like different thing. We know that was like they expanded. It was almost like that was how they rode out thinking a lot about the the generations of mortal Kombat lately. And almost like they rode out kind of the end of the initial fighting game boom by having really elaborate story modes and then puzzle Kombat, which was like their take on puzzle fighter. And then a kart racer. All these other thing adventure mood. Yeah. And all their weird story mode stuff that they use that as a way to just like get more people into the game and into the story of the stuff that you know, that was their way of transitioning the game away from like, hey, this was in arcades is by adding a ton of stuff. Tekken bowl taking us to have some stuff. But that wouldn't come up like mid. Hey, every eighth fight. You're going to break barrels. It wasn't like that. It was just like here's a separate option. The guy. My car is one of the greatest voice Apple's video game history. Totally. That's just that's just in final fight on the street fighter its way into this. Isn't it the guy from not just in the final? Yeah. Yeah. Wait because God I. Right. Yeah. Judge right? They both had busting up car games. And they kept calling if you if you think about streetfighter as a game that. Final fight a game. That was almost called street fighter eighty nine. It wasn't really. Yeah. Pitch. Yeah. Huh? I still remember being a kid and finally figuring out that you have to go to the other side after a certain amount of time revolutionary change the game. But then this version of final fight was the one that said, oh, my car and the arcades at oh my God. Right. Or is your very, scandalous, Nintendo. Not into that. God thing. The fighting street copyright thing. I don't know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They called it fighting street almost one those a CD version. Yeah. On the only on CD PC NBC engine. Yeah. What about five? Or twenty ninety nine. Yeah. What about street or twenty ten the final fight like fucking string. All these names together. Best title of. All right. Speaking Famicom games. Dan asks recently at a game a local game store. That sells Japanese games. I came across a Famicom cart version of the original legend of Zelda. I thought that it only came out in Japan on the disk system did happen to know the story behind this cart. I think that some I mean just like in the US some of those games came from to cart. I think that just happened there to some releases and some other cases like that. I suspect that that's how it went. Or that was a bootleg. I don't know. But I feel like some this games definitely appeared on cartridge over there. Yeah. I was I was mostly wondering if then could be a bootleg or. I don't know if the time I had what it would be. But my guess is the that the like battery version of it that they did for the US and just put it out. But it's fair. A couple more emails Ryan from Brampton Ontario. Town'd brampton. These two songs have found their way back into my life via my niece's. Love of all things cartoon they've been stuck in my head for the better part of two weeks and have now led me to ask you this. What's the better cartoon theme song, the original poke Amman theme or duck tales? Shit. Fuck I heard original Pokemon theme. In my initial thought was there's not one they could live better. But duck tales tales, pretty good. And that's right in my nostalgia zone. I didn't even watch the show rely. Yeah. I didn't watch duck tales. But I think that theme is fucking strong. It's real hard. But so was it. Welcome people sing that song that karaoke the place goes wild. Like, that's that's a song that kind of even non gamers today. Still love that song. I was at a theater audition. One time guy didn't have a song prepared. He sang the Pokemon theme song. Right. And then he got the lead role. Show. No fuck that..
Accessories for your dog and yourself
"I if you've just joined us, we're talking to Ted founder of vagabond dogs, a very very beautiful and timeless and cool accessories. Brand for doc. You also create some very cool products for humans. What are you working on? Yeah. Actually, I've got some pieces coming up soon. It's a collaboration with my twin sister. She does amazing embroidery on fabric, and we were kind of do insects of that in into the leather. And the next pieces were working on these really kind of luxury on coats. And I think there's three in particular that we're going to do and we're still figuring out if we're going to donate them as maybe to a silent auction or maybe the one of the big fundraisers later in the year. As kind of a prize 'cause they're really really detailed and intricate. So you know to put a price on it with the little too high. So we'd almost rather donate them. Get the attention. For the charity that way, and then we'll get feedback and collaborate that way. But it's basically a collaboration that would tie in me the dog accessories worth like a zipper pouch that humans. The owners would use or the a at that matches the collar that kind of thing. So it's it's Tien with a bit of a bookie Mian, very kind of artisan feel to it. And we've got a few designs that were putting out very shortly. Can't wait to see. I know you had mentioned something to me about maybe working in the future on dog tags is that something that you're doing as well. Yeah, we're going to we're going to do some coats, and then Dr bags after that the reason I put it off because I wanted to I'm still investigating some of these new fabrics and materials that are out there and mainly to give some vegan options vegan, just means plastic or canvas least some really. Really interesting turn it gives out there right now. But the little bit cost prohibitive, three D printed materials been playing around with rubber coatings that are laser etched mushroom. My Cillian weather. That's really at the forefront of vegan weather, it's a bit pricey. But I'm trying to bite out in bulk and see if we can get some some of those going, but those can be the mushroom my Celia. My there's amazing. Has its own. Yeah. It'll be bigwigs probably next year. And it's just it has natural antibiotic properties from the mushrooms it wicks away water like, whoa. It's really a fantastic. Very quickly. It's amazing material. So things like that we're going to be working on for the bad collection. My exciting is a little too. Yeah. If if I were to do a leatherback collection it would be quite expensive. 'cause I incorporate a lot of details. So wanted to get some vegan options, I think with generate a lot of interest. And I'm I'm trying to find some vendors where can bring the price down a little bit. Yeah. Fun stuff for later this year. Let's look forward to. I mean, your played is pretty full. But you've also got an internet TV show in the works. Tell us. Yeah. I'm really excited for it. I describe it as a project runway for dog accessories. It'll be TV series. And I've got a I got a few leather craftsman that I know around the world some of them were conduct sensory some of them don't. But they're so talented, and essentially that I think even if they don't do dog accessories. I think that they would be great for the show. So basically, you would be it's a design contest. I don't I'm still finalizing. Whether we'll have kind of a celebrity panel that will choose more on leaning more towards the internet audience would phone. Who the winner is? And basically each episode would have redesigned they'll have one accessory to design. So the first one will be a collar and one of the craftsman that oh, I definitely want to feature on. My first episode is a guy in South Korea. That's just mind blowing -ly beautiful stuff. He makes minimal. But this craftsmanship. He's very very cool. And then there's a woman in Norway is a few actually female craftsman up in the Scandinavian countries that I'd love to find one that's interested in doing this. And then myself so be the three of us competing to create this really Centric dog collar, and then you know, we'd have a panel of judges or the the internet audience. Choose the winner. And then following episode. Yeah. The winner would move on. And it would be maybe a leash or coat with all new competitors. So I'm working on putting that together. And I'm hoping early next year to have the first episode shot and edited and put online what a great way for people to get turned onto amazing craftsman from around the world, you know, there are so many people who loved fashion, I mean, loves fashion, and they're always looking for new things and not only to get turned onto craftsmen designers. But also new materials cutting edge materials, I think it's really exciting yet. It speaks to a lot of different areas. Yeah. It's the fashion which I'd like all of my endeavors to kind of point towards the adopt don't shop, and and spotlight the advocacy. So you know, the other thing I'm trying to figure out for the web series is maybe the winner. Joanie the collar to a local shelter, or maybe the callers, the three products are auctioned off online, and those those proceeds go towards the the winning craftsman's on charity, if they're you're it'll all spotlight advocacy. So it kinda brings the kind of luxury audience that really loves fashion and dogs and somehow kind of shining all of their attention and resources to to advocacy. So and then it's all worldwide,
"cillian" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"That's also very aggressive, obviously by the fake front. I think they liked being close games. I think there are team that wants to be in close games. They believe in themselves. They believe that post of the game. Is that tighter? It is the muddier. It is the better they're going to be. I've just been so impressed with how the first part of the season. Everybody's known for billion yards and yada yada, yada. And then Sean p eight and a four Cillian guy. Right gets he's from Parcells tree recognizes that listened late in the season. It's gotta be one of run. It's gotta be one physical mental toughness. It's all this stuff. It's not gonna show up in the in the stat sheet at the end of the day. I think that's. I don't think anybody in the world besides an eagles fan. Now. The eagles we're going to get the ball. Go down and score a touchdown to win that game to me a turnover was inevitable. However, it happened because the saints just beat the snot out of the eagles. Not second half. Great stuff. Trend will my favorite ten minutes. Eleven minutes. We do every week. Decade and a half in this league. When you come out to LA again, which is rare we love having you on the couch. Well, not just looking at your Super Bowl trophy and stuff. Thanks, buddy. By the way, we have four great coaches left and four gifted quarterbacks left it special. This is the special time. These are these are the best of the best great coaching matchups. I mean, how lucky are we got it, by the way? Can I say this? I know you guys I'll tell me like watching football and snow. I don't I don't wanna watch football and snow says that everybody's always like snow games. I'll let you know what I liked that Dallas game seventy degrees. You know, what I like that game in the Super Bowl seventy degrees. Everybody always tells me they like snow games in band weather. I don't know. I want to see the world's best quarterbacks and the world's best receivers be allowed to do their things easily who's telling you that. Would you ever heard people say like I'm watching the colts in the chiefs? And I'm like, I hate this crappy weather, and then I watch the Rams Dallas. It's like it looks like only the only people that say that are people that live in cold weather places. Yeah. Justify the vacuum. It's cold. It's like every sport is better. When the when the conditions are I've never wanted to watch you know, when like NBC thing when they put a hockey game. Outside and it's like, oh, great guys playing in a blizzard. I could sit in I can go to Duluth Minnesota and see that I want the little athletes to be able to perform in a comfortable environment. So they perform at the highest level. The warriors be better. If there was a roof leak and oracle were slipping on the floor. Give me domes give me warm weather twelve. We put Super Bowls in warm weather our three coming up try Vic sign X..
"cillian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You're born broke. And you die broke. They're trying not to take the between parties seriously. Cillian Russ on the show. Oh, that's. Coast to coast looking forward to tomorrow, by the way, the guys from it'd be amoeba marketing in studio tomorrow, they market amoeba. James Hirsch will be released. We'll have a small cap for people. We're gonna I think Jesse Jackson work on seven questions questions about money. We'll do that as well. In the meantime, yeah. Play before we get back to our Jess. Fjords. Let's about right by because is. Is. Four. My shorts. They are looking for anyway before the of course, I have to go year old. Hold on. All right. So you got our socks you're going to start for the week all right around because we'll check these again on on Thursday or Friday to see how I did. Oh, I see. Okay sock. Number one today that we're gonna short this way. L D the gold exchange traded fund. Chart over here. On the radio. This is going rather. Well, though, I'd say that dropping acid before the Woodstock concert down below the ten day moving average. It's way oversold here. But I don't I I think it's already tested here to continue to go down. A you would be the next one take a look at that shirt. That's also a gold exchange traded fund you. Yeah. Once again, the same exact thing just caved below the fifty day moving average. This would be this would be a bad deal last stock, and what you're looking for these could be going down. And continuing rob Phillies. They'll be worth less. They'll be worth less. SCG corporation. Boy, I'll tell you that man just like plus size model. That is there your shorts for a Monday December eleventh. We're going to work on that. We're.
"cillian" Discussed on AP News
"R stands for rolling. We'll have to do is press the power button on the remote control LG's. Tim Alexi says the old light at first looks like a shiny rectangular block mechanism will automatically open the hatch and out from the box will actually unroll the led display a sixty five inch TV Hyundai is unveiling a revolutionary new autonomous vehicle concept with wheels mounted on robotic legs called elevate. David Byron says, it's great for first responders allowing it to move Cillian mode, which is the most stable for offroad conditions. The elevate is designed to climb to rain other vehicles. Can't I'm Ed Donahue, several foreign diplomatic missions had to be evacuated in the Australian cities of Melbourne and Canberra. AP? Correspondent Karen champion says suspicious packages were delivered police fire crews and ambulances were seen at a number of foreign consulates in Melbourne including those at India, Gemini, ously Spain and South Korea officials at the US Swiss missions in the city said they had also seed packages, the Victoria state emergency website, netted at least ten hazardous material incidents in its capital city now then by the evening, none of those incidents was listed as ongoing. They would never reports of anyone being injured at the targeted missions invested. His Victoria police said they believed the incidents with targeted and did not impact the general community. I'm Ken Shammas up Brexit showdowns looming in the United Kingdom AP. Correspondent Karen champs reports on five days of debate in parliament despite pressure to ramp up backup measures in case of an ideal scenario government that his hand is an amendment to the finance Bill that puts right blocks in the way of government spending on Nigel preparations, the vote which saw twenty legislators for May's conservative party rebel and vote with the opposition indicates. Senate majority in parliament opposes leaving the EU without an agreements, but there is no clear majority for any single tonight, Kohl's among the competing proposals are seeking a neat deal. Calling an election or holding a second e membership referendum Cantamessa London. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game..
Pope pays tribute in Sicily to priest slain by Mafia
"More speaking during a mass in the Cillian capital Palermo. The pope told mafia members, they don't really believe in God, Sicily needs men and women of love not men and women of honor. He said referring to the code by which mafia members refer to themselves. The pope made the comments as he paid tribute to Giuseppe Pino, pretty easy, a priest who was murdered for his anti-mafia cavities twenty-five years ago and has since been beatified by the Catholic church would easily gained renown for providing an alternative path for young people in poor Palermo
Is it better to rent than buy in today's housing market?
"I was just talking about an article that I read early this morning. It's better to rent than to buy in today's housing market and anybody that's been shopping for a home or an investment property et cetera knows that from an investment property standpoint. Cap rates have come way down. And of course, housing prices have gone way up. And when I read these articles, it makes absolutely logical sense to me. In studio is an individual who doesn't always do planning by logic. Because many times Lynn row, it's logical to buy term and invest the difference. It's logical to own no insurance because I'll never die. I mean, you've been through this for so many years on the subject of buying a home. There's a lot of emotional value. Yes. That families get yes. In the home that they purchase. I. Hearken back to a time in my life. When I couldn't afford to get the little house with the picket fence and the prairie with the grade. And all that stuff. I mean, it was a real real real stretch. And I used superb negotiating abilities doesn't surprise. And the lack of this Cillian I s and a little divine intervention of that. And I and I bought a home that was on like an acre of property in Rancho Bernardo unheard of. And eventually you could put a tennis court back there. Raise my kids and a house that scraped by was really really tough. I took on all kinds of extra work. I work seven days a week. But I was one of the best things I ever did. And at that particular time it was like a time. Like now when the housing market was pricing me out of the business. And you remember those I didn't. So so can you talk about that from a financial planners perspective? Well there so you, and I might might not agree on all of this. I mean for for years, I heard it was heresy to suggest that somebody not buy a house, and I would hear people who were single didn't that families who were killing themselves to get into a house or young couple of trying to get into a house, and sacrificing everything, and I a couple of times I just had to say, you know, what don't let somebody else's medicine cabinet become your list of medicines to take. I'm sorry. For many people renting does suit them idiot fits their their possible. Relocating in the future it fits the need to not have some giant sucking sound coming from their wallet all the time, which is called a home. I mean, I can tell you as a homeowner it's very expensive to own a home. Not just an by it, but own it as you just said, the giant sucking sound Ross. Wallet. Now from I never heard him say it. I I always. Envisioned that oh, that's my my home. You know, you're you're right. And I happen to be a renter as we sit here today. Has some pluses and minuses just like own it has pluses and minuses, and I will tell you that I have total mixed emotions about it. Of course, even though the rent that I have to pay is pretty grotesque in the area in which I live. The problem is the purchase prices are so high. Especially when I don't know, gene. I don't really know where we want to settle down. That's one of the points. I was making raise that it might fit some Mon circumstances not own because if if they need to be mobile, for whatever reason then having a house is just one more thing that they have to do when they
Cannabis Testing Standardization Company
"Waldrop is back from labs. Labs dot com. They are the cannabis testing and standardization company. There's only a few of many entire country. And of course, this is such an interesting investment vehicle. We're gonna spend a little time on it. But there is a premier provider of analytical testing advisory services research for the cannabis industry will create tabby long, man. How are you, sir? Good morning selling can see rusty again. You should be on interviewed with Krahn Berg, I told them on. There's a couple of shows I'm gonna put them on. And I told him that long. Well, I told him that that he's going to be on America trends with AB fuller. And I thought that he should be great on live high live. But here's the bottom line. When you see that? Well, I find this. I find this cap on the ground this weekend. I realize it's standardized branded recreational marijuana cigarettes like finding a pack of camels on the on the bottom. The difference is in the tobacco industry. You've got all kinds of warning labels. You've got all kinds of childproof packaging, and that's starting to come out. And you guys are part of that. So the people that didn't listen to you are hadn't heard you before and hadn't seen here. Talk about a little bit labs us because that's exactly the business. You're absolutely. Labs is the largest national testing company for cannabis operation and five states or in Massachusetts, Colorado and Florida. We also have operations in Edmonton Alberta, and our jobs or jobless ensure that cannabis is safe before it goes to public purposes. So that when you're going into Spencer, you know, what you're getting is going to be clean and easy for you to change. Bad stuff. You just go. Oh my God. This is poison or by the way. By the way, by the way. What is the bad stuff? What do you what do you guys testing for? And what are you standardizing specifically? Is. Wrong. And if you're a medical patient, you're looking for something that's pretty coat Brian hundred milligrams or more to treat whatever symptoms your. Recreational user never used it before he assured that it's small. Fade introductory those two and a half to five milligrams. But beyond potency, we're looking for things like impurities aspergillus mold mildew looking for has the size, sixty six. The state of California that we look for. If it's a like, you deserve it should've used item. Product, we're looking for residual solvents. We wanna make sure that there's nothing that can harm you as you put it on your body or e-consumer. So so so basically has there been a best practices gold standard for this? Are you guys sort of the pioneers recreating as the industry is growing? Correct. Absolutely. I mean gonna labs are. Independent body as it should firm that we have the best practices standardized practice across Delaware Fidelity's. And that's one of the. Oliver labs use the same methods. So whether you go to a lab and in Massachusetts, code elaborately, California, you know, then the product is the same and why it's also important reserve, and you mentioned that you have a cultivator here in only who's manufacturing that product for Willie's reserved. We'll probably a different cultivator, different license, either different state. So as a licensor like Willie's reserve, they wanna ensure the product is tested consistency. No matter where they sell the products. So they can take a little snippet of Willie's. Reserve mother plant and kind of go stick it on another plant. So they get the same strength. Hey, do you find fewer days on the plants that are grown indoor versus outdoor testing side, bugs and stuff outside and pesticides more. But indoor you wouldn't think you'd need pesticides and stuff. You wouldn't think? So you're right outdoor plants. We see anywhere from California right now. Tina twenty percent is. And that's just because of the way it was grown in Oregon went before regulation. The numbers were the same host regulation. We're down to two to three percent chance pesticides. A lot of cases. It wasn't the grammar small cross-contamination soil things like that. They didn't have any control over and unfortunately, the crop for impacting what other plant do they do this to? Yeah. Is there any? They should doing all the like broccoli am. I getting word affected broccoli chubby. Broccoli fact testing, isn't it? Instead of talking about the cannabis testing market. Do we have any numbers on me look at you've got billion dollar market? Moreover, recreational medicinal marijuana. Did anybody idea what the numbers are for Canada's? Jesse Margaret because that's obviously a moving target. But you guys are growing to be sure. Absolutely. As it continues to grow our numbers per. Fifty million dollars to one point four billion dollars. Just in North America. So is a huge marketplace. Just as cannabis cannabis alone is carrying over forty billion dollars over the next five years is going to grow side by side, one of the things to keep in mind. Sully testings mandated every single which we operate. So this isn't something. That's a nice to have is must have in all the jurisdictions. I want one are you franchising out or something a little? Like a food truck pulls up a lab truck pull up to your farms in why do you need it? Forty billion dollar tidal wave of money that's coming through start start a lab coat on doctor Russ gesture we'd Dr rooms are there are there. Are you starting up other? Facilities. Hurry up talk about talk about your labs itself. Have you last by the way, his name is well Waldrop he is the CEO of ink EV. I is their stock symbol. They are publicly traded in labs is the name of the company cannabis and hemp testing services talk about the lab at self. How'd you guys start? How'd you get into the business? Absolutely. Back in two thousand fourteen started a state of Oregon. It was the first date of any size g-go legal both medically and recreationally that had a mandated program. I know the Colorado was very first date washing right behind Oregon made perfect sense forever. You to move into and we've been focusing on growing those key markets right now is the market to be in right now we have a land in Berkeley, California fully updated with the latest Shimadzu equipment. We're soon open for lab and humble in the largest growing area in the world. And then we'd be focusing in California palm desert, Los Angeles, Orange County and the city. The city opposed to Mesa so we're really focused right now in California as you everyone knows in recreational January first of this year to two billion dollar medical economy pillow angel six billion dollar economy recreational the next four
Wild flowers are overpowered by exhaust fumes in Britain
"Healthy the conservation charity plant life says well flows are being driven from britain's roadsides because nettles and brambles a thriving on the nitrogen and vehicle fumes and other plants can't compete the charity says it's been a twenty percent decrease in the diversity of vegetation and that's led to a decline in the insects which depend on the plants the government says nitrogen emissions will steadily four as vehicles become cleaner over coming decade and it is now six minutes past six and philip avery is at the weather center morning phil tom very good morning to start the days forecast with east anglia in the south east of england are pick you out only because it's a wee bit breezy here than the rest of england and wales and there's a fair amount of cloud coming in off the north sea as well and that has enough about it for there to be the odd passing shower but many even here we'll stay dry and you're not with the chance of seeing some sunshine either temperatures on the north norfolk coast though pegged at about twelve degrees north sea not overly warm yet at this time of year become away inland newbie closer to about seventeen eighteen possibly nineteen degrees or so the rest of england wales dry find sunny justify across the piece there's a little bit more client to be had in the far western komo's elza cillian up through the coast of western wales but here a dry day some inland spot somewhere between about fifteen and twenty will cover it northern ireland a good deal more clouds for good parts of the day the maybe some early brightness through andhra mundane but i think the client will win and it might just do enough to produce a sponsor drizzle but many many of you here we'll stay dry threat today fourteen to about seventeen will cover it you should feel every bitter they're given the won't be too much in the way of wind here nordea will there across the greater part of scotland northern or western parts of scotland should see a fair amount of cloud threat again there is just the chance of a spotter drizzle that's the exception to a dry rule further to the south and east where it's a lovely day a lot of sunshine around a just wonder if any of the north sea fog may just move onto.
Samsung is selling far fewer screens for the iPhone X than it expected to
"In other earnings news samsung's latest quarterly earnings report points to the iphone ten sales possibly being week saying that revenue from its split unit was quote affected by slow demand for flexible led panels samsung is the exclusive supplier for the iphone x apple's set to report its earnings for the march quarter next week you might recall an apples last call ceo tim cook said that the iphone ten was the single best cillian iphone model every single week since its release amazon smart speaker with the name is getting some new features skills are shit will discover an able and launch skills based on this specific thing you're asking a to do she's also getting something called context carryover to better handle follow up questions and memory enhancements so for example if you tell her someone's birthday she'll remember context gary over will be coming soon to all a users in the us as well as users in the uk and germany skills arbitration and memory will be us only at launch uber says it's making changes to its.