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Can My Baby Have Parmesan On A Milk Free Diet?

Healthy Eating For Kids

03:19 min | Last month

Can My Baby Have Parmesan On A Milk Free Diet?

"Quite often. Dairy so lactose and Milk protein gets really confused, so people often confuse with what's lactose intolerant and what's COSMO protein allergy and there's quite a few different types of cosmic protein allergy as well so the immediate dairy allergy that often hear about in the news where he child consumes food product with milk protein, and they might have an immediate allergy, so say within two hours of product they might break into hives. There might have rashes and in very. Very severe cases they may have difficulty breathing, and so on an terms of a delayed caswell protein allergy where the the symptoms may present. Longer than two hours from eating food product with counseling protein present that could be things, persistent constipation X. Small. The hats difficulty with growth reflux. It could be you know you might see babies with back arching. You know very persistent crying and it's not say one symptom in particular. That, we look at it really a series, a combination of symptoms that we would look at review in order to help with a diagnosis, and with these delayed castle approaching allergies. You can't really test can't do blood, testing or skin prick testing to create a diagnosis, so you can make it a little bit complicated to get on. Top of you know what what is going on. Does my baby or child have a delay Kuzma? Protein algae in terms of a lactose intolerance is really got nothing to do with the protein that's found in dairy products like. COW's model cheese. Yogurt and things that it's about the milk sugar called lactose, and that's present in all dairy products, but with the case of some individuals some suren they may not be able to absorb. All break down lactose that's found in some dairy products, and so what happens is that it can cause a lot of abdominal discomfort, and it can cause diarrhea now it's very unusual for say in Caucasian parents. Ought children should I say? For there to be a problem with lactose intolerance often. Children present with some of the symptoms that have described it probably going to be cosmo protein allergy, but it is still very possible. Day is say after a period of illness guest riders for example that in the short term sometimes children can have difficulties managing lactose that's found in car, smoke or yogurt, and things like that, but that's usually just very very short time.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:26 min | Last month

"cosmo" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Leads former CIA director for James Brown Princeton de Ngelo. And you're listening to painting on podcasts. Super POST CAN GIST CHRISTIAN. Swing poacher technology and knocking now on with the show early in the evening just about suppertime over by the courthouse. Air Starting to unwind for kids on the corner trying to bring you up. Willie picks a two now than he blows in on the harp diggers. Ain't now welcome to deeper digs. We'd be Christian Swain the and roll archaeologist the great one on tap for you today Doug Cosmo Clifford from creedence clearwater. Revival is with us all right business real quick episode nineteen is fully in production. And just around the corner up around the Ben. Very close now for all you who are salivating. In sending those cards and letters it's a big win diggers part. One was almost one hundred minutes long and part two will at least match that length. So we are talking well over three hours of nineteen. Sixty-nine for you As we said it was a big year in rock and roll Perhaps the biggest after The research and the realization that we could never hope to fit the events into a single episode. We concluded that this was not only the peak year of of the music but is probably peak here from the American Century and We don't see that with reservation Now while we don't have a crystal ball I certainly feel it. More than fair to suggest. The dominance of the United States has waned in this new century Certainly so far that we are Just twenty years into now I do know something New is being berthed at present and due to how much smaller the world is today. If we're going to continue progress we will all need to work together to achieve a brighter future. Think of today in a similar manner is not being far from the end of World War One a century ago which through its industrialized killing ended the old Napoleonic Victorian Edwardian ages industrialization being the key word today. Just replace it with information and you might see my point. I remember. It's not until the end of World War. Two when the new world comes into focus when America dominated the world certainly culturally which is what our show is. is about the dominant music of late twentieth century. And showing how it will be remembered as one of the great things America did give to the world anyway all of that to come in episode nineteen nine hundred sixty nine partout. So how about having one of the guys in the biggest ban in the land at that time.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Okay. Akiva mayor bag. Do they have a mailbag in Cosmo? That's a good question. I don't know if they have a listener feedback. I'm sure they do. Yeah letters to the editor. Yeah you know what really was it. Was IT COSMO? Or which magazine was it that they used to have a column about like. Here's my embarrassing stories But they were probably all made up with people maybe no. I think it's COSMO I it. Sounds like 'cause mild? Yes yes they're all like buying embarrassing stories involving some some sort of Anatomy issues yeah bodily function or getting or like Walson. Your yeah. Yeah we were at my my boyfriend's house and I never met his parents before that. Yeah I feel like that. That was something that when I whenever there were. These types of magazines are around my house with him as my mom or my sister had these. I feel like that that would just be the one the one place I would go to the crazy embarrassing story and someone wanted to read that of course but my wife doesn't get any magazines like that. Do they still have them? Like you can get all these. The mail still Even even sports illustrated's like once a month now. Yeah let's see. I had a bunch of unused airline miles since I'm not planning on flying anytime soon. I read deemed them for a bunch of magazines. So we'll see if they show up. I'll let you guys now. Yeah we'll say if like hopefully if the world gets better in like let's say it was a very short amount of time you'd feel pretty dumb about the magazines probably everyone's flying. You're like well I have teen people involved but here line worth bopped anyway. Yeah No. They're not.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"They are not maintaining social distance. His birthday and then said the wrong number on there is. That's so smart. Yeah it is a cake. Yeah okay all right. Liana issued somebody step up into the abyss of that. Cosmo has left behind With these quizzes. Oh absolutely if this. This is a time for pure absurdity and I think that that was sort of a part of the COSMO quizzes. Yeah we all took the COSMO quizzes. We're kind of laughing at them at the same time. But also you care about the answer secretly so I think we need more cosmos sal quizzes and because I think buzzfeed quiz. They just don't do it they just don't hit the same. Keep you learn anything today. I think I learned the more of a bad boy than I had originally sort of thought I was like very quiet and out there but now I feel like you know Daring I'll listen. I'll go to a movie with subtitles. Every that's pretty pretty bad girl hot if I do say so myself yeah and I guess I'm just you know the reexamining everything in terms of my in terms of my relationships. What would happen if we were in the movie where than we were turned into women? How would we act with? Fbi Fan Fiction film area right. So yeah I think Yeah I think you guys have to change twitter byles to man reading Mama. That's the category. You fell into. Okay all right we are you going to stay for the mailbag today. I mean I did watch a youtube video of you. Answering a sparkle shut president that it's a power move to then to not stay for the band Although she actually didn't say and then came off tower power the power of a comeback. When I'm ready. Yeah so are you a male reading Mama and I L. Yeah that's I think that's that's my twitter bio I just love me. A good mailbag.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

13:54 min | 2 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I don't know those are big shoes to fill quite a compliment. I'll do my best though. Okay all right so I think you at least satisfy Haley strong type Canadian. He's a Canadian under Canadian. Women all right well outside somewhere. I'll just go grab him. I think he's a Haley strong type then meets the Canadian criteria. Okay all right. I'm very excited about this. Because I feel like we're GONNA learn a lot about ourselves and I think that this will help us inform our decisions. Moving forward will be better spouses to very excited about the COSMO quiz now. The other thing I did is I reached out to the audience and I presented them with a ton of options for quizzes and I had them vote on the ones that they wanted me to ask you. So that's how many doing this damn going to be going by the ones that the listeners really wanted to hear the answers to and so those are the quizzes that were going to focus on and just as an F. Y. The even though these are typically designed for women the editor of Cosmo at least from like one thousand nine hundred eight. She said that guys. Also check out the quizzes because and I quote. They say it's like having the other team's playbook yes sell you know useful. I guess the Waterboy Akiva. We're the bill. Checks wins. World Spiky. Two Point Oh yeah no deflated. Footballs today but you can go ahead and cut your sleeves off your and we'll dig into these COSMO quizzes you a big. Nfl Fan because on the most recent being that is listening to that you cited that when Michelle flips the fifty fifty coin that you said it's not like a drew brees is out there doing the toss of the coin. Yeah I mean I do. I grew up watching football watching. Nfl Not really college and Yeah and then I lived. I lived in Colorado a big broncos Fan and then when I moved to New Orleans. You can't not be a saints fan so and then I'm up here. I hate the Patriots. So it's fine. All right could be a good fan. Four thirty two fans Saints Preview Akiva. Oh yeah no questions or essay or broncos. That sounds like that's right. Yeah Okay and I'll ask you some cosmo quizzes while we're there all right. I'm sure she would love that all right very excited. All right okay. Well let's get into our first cosmo quiz that I have for you guys today. This is the ones that sixty one percent of the audience wanted. You guys to answer and that is is sex with you. Exciting or a little too tame so you guys are in for it today rob we get. We get a veto one quiz. Veto this one. I'm just curious. You're welcome to veto. This one yeah. Yeah Okay Quiz number two. I think is maybe a little bit more appropriate? I suppose skipping it. We're skipping is you have to learn robs yes. That was a yeah of like. I guess there wasn't like yeah. Let's come back to it. Maybe let's lose people with the first one. Let's see how going to we we listening. Yes okay all right all right Japan tour next one and this one is. Are you good girl? Hot or bad girl hot. Okay all right okay. So you use your veto or your temporary. Stopgap measure for now so. We're going to have to answer this one so the way. It's going to work as their five questions and so you can both give me your answer to each question as we go. I'll tally up the responses. And then we'll figure out where you fall on the good girl bad girl huts. Okay now what is the desired outcome? Do I WANNA be bad girl hot or do I want to be good girl hot or is it a personal preference? I think it's a personal preference but I. I'm not sure maybe somewhere in the Middle Right 'cause you want to be a little bit of both. Mis Sandra Dee. Or Am I saying? I don't think there are any questions about burning hats in. We had that at the end. Yeah okay are there. First of all I would like to also like we should call up eljay mechanics from survivor and I would wanna know like can you trust good girl hot versus bad girl hot. Just people could really get into that debate. Yes critical questions. That must be answered. Okay all right This is the okay so at five questions. And there are three possible responses. Okay so all read the question and then the three responses and then are we going to be telling you are answers in real time or are we going to write down our answers and then score them. After the fact now I can tell me in real time and then I'll score score the responses. I have a little cheat sheet. Do the tally going unit. Kiva do you think that you are a good girl? Hot or bad girl hot. I've always thought of myself as good girl. I don't think I'm a bad guy. I don't think I'm a bad anything bad boy or girl. I think I'm goody two shoes I remember. I was the one who didn't want to wake up know. I don't WanNa like Alert Hotel management that we were in the conference room like an hour supposed to be. Yeah I'm following. I was much more of like a the a rebel. Yeah Yeah Yeah as the bad boy podcasting. I'm probably more bad girl hot. Yeah okay well. Let's see if your predictions come out correct so the first question is you spot a cute guy across the room at a party and the pleasure center of your brain instantly lights up. Do you a. stay put until he finally chats with a mutual friend. Then you make your move beam accidentally and that's in quotes. Barasch against him smile and introduce yourself or see stroll right over and whisper need another drink while his is still fall. This very specific very specific. Yeah boy I feel like the flipping this around like this is borderline creepy. It's hard for us to go with choice. B That is my move. The this is an old quiz rob. Also it was a different time maybe eighty-six or whenever this guy probably wait till talking to the mutual friends that go up and start chatting with the hot guy. Okay all right and Akiva what about you? It was going to say like you can't do D- like I would never be at a party to begin with. Maybe this is young. Akiba this is I. I'm much more outgoing than young. I mean this. Is this different time and place because you can't even parties right now. There's no parties that's one of the best parts of this. I'm not missing any parties. I would say I'M GONNA I'm choosing Rob's went also. I'm going to wait and hope they come talk to me okay. Question number two after spending the evening deepen conversation with a new dude. You usually end up a leaning in I to give him a quick goodnight pack on the cheek. Be pulling him into the bathroom for a steamy. Make out session or see waiting for him to kiss you then. Sending him a flirty text after you partways Akiva what do you think I'm famously anti kissing all together? I think I have to go see the lease kissing. What was it again? Leinen I to give him a quick goodnight peck on the cheek. Yeah I'm probably more a than certainly more than be. Yeah yeah I gotTA START ADDING A D. option which is stay home and play with your baseball card option. I wish that you wish weren't thrown out. And by the way I know I said this like six weeks ago rob but kissing at this point is basically cancelled right. Yeah I think exchanger you people kissing strangers. I think yeah I think so. I think so I I did see an ad for. I think it was match dot com or something like that where it was envisioned dating. And now it's all zoom calls so that things even worse I'd rather kiss than beyond another resume call. You can set your background if you have any virtual backgrounds on zoom. I you know what a lot of times. They're like very annoying for other people's eyes do it doesn't fit well with your shirt or whatever and it's just like glares and people's Eyes. I'm polite and I don't know who he is a big zoom background Guy Liana. Oh yeah no I know I hate. I hate them so much. You're well do you. Do you love minded as much. Because then you see him in real life. You don't have to see him on zoom a background as much. I guess I'm just waiting for him to like make one of the Ghana funeral mean thing. So he can just hold behind him all as a super into keep. Oh should we put on the wheel? Robin keeps get new zoom backgrounds. That's not bad I did. I saw a decent name today on facebook. Where it's like. Someone did something and they were doing. They were GONNA die so instead of posting the Ghana says goodbye thing it was just like you have four new friends on facebook and there were the four guys. Hold the whole the coffins. Yeah okay I don't know I think. Zoom Background Tournament. Akiva could be bad. Yeah that's pretty. It's not like existing ones right. It's like people new ones new one. Yeah yeah people use it for every zoom call for the next thirty days. That's pretty solid. I like it you know at all does not the the survivor finale. With your background is is just like John John. Wearing a funny hat or something. Yeah that was a wins. Sure because that's what wins. Okay all right all right. Let's get back to the good girl hot or bad girl hot. Okay all right next question. That's right we have three questions left. We've managed to get through to question over three. Most of the guys you've dated would probably best described you. As a the closest they'll ever come to Angelina Jolie in her by curious. Knife play phase big. Look I don't make the quizzes be the craziest girl. They've been With in bed whom they could still bring home to meet the parents or see the kind of woman they try to remain friends with without benefits. After the break-up Yeah I'm definitely a thing. Yeah we're both sees and if there was a d we'd probably be a there without benefits friends without benefits. I think the ideal relationship with me. That was the key there and without no one's bringing me home to their parents and that's disregarding the craziest girl been in bed with here it's like you. I feel like that. I always telling the parents would like me. Yeah we're different parents do like you. I don't think I mean I don't know. Yeah although they think that you know the the podcasting sounds Kinda Shady. Yeah will. Parents are a little bit. You know. We call ourselves boomers but I feel like they're actually boomer You know they don't get the pipe. What's shady about? Podcast LIKE PROFESSIONS. Like kind of fly by night rubs not swing a hammer like like should. Well it's not even that it's you know not enough of a like are you seeing? That podcasting is a manly enough job. I think it's just doesn't sound like a like a real profession. Yeah I think if my wife tells people that. Her husband is a fulltime podcast. They feel bad for her. George very sorry for her. Go Fun. I'm so sorry. Yeah sorry to hear that. You Lady Kiva. Do you tell the the parents that I have lots of money. When you'd be plenty of money? Yes you will not need to take care of her. I HAVE I. We have plenty of money. That's what that's what that's what I want. I unfortunately met them. I was nineteen. They probably thought I was crazy. started college so that maybe maybe that's why it didn't. Yeah okay. And then they saw pumping gas time. Yeah that's right. Mary pumping gas. I think I've been spending the last sixteen years trying to get back in his good graces. My phone what are the odds that he would just drive past us on the street in South Florida? A million street people can't even pass frigging corona which other in that in that neighborhood and this guy's driving on the one block where where my wife is pumped at twelve thirty at night. Probably mind you and I'm sitting in the car listening to music or something. Maybe they were having tracking you. I was very early for tracking way would have had to be old school track. It wouldn't have been like he didn't have a device on my phone. It was like free smartphones. Yeah but yeah. Maybe he was.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

08:41 min | 2 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Maybe our parents can tweet together. She's not really in the rabbi community. Though I don't know how my mom is on instagram not twitter. I'll get some weird like my mom is only really on facebook. Maybe instagram by on post. So once in a while get tagged by listener but it's something completely insane like when we set up those best friends like they'll post me when they go on they'll tag me if they go out on a date so be like Thai food with my best friend. But it's like a person who's not me tagging person who's clearly not me and then social I call. I mean explanation of what this is and she's not really. I'd say she's like racist against Weirdos if that's like she hates she hates one type of people in the world today. Yeah knows she hates. We're not calling our lovely best friends weird but any anything related to NAP is so weird that I think she liked cringes Paris trait of all female members of your family. What they hate Weirdos. No Hey rene or anything related to embarrassed to meet your family to be fair. Yeah I mean your mom doesn't know about the show but I'm sure did she wouldn't be a big fan. She knows about this part of my life. Okay all right. Liana COSMO quizzes. How did you originally I become interested in a Cosmopolitan magazine quizzes? Okay well I guess that's a statement that you said. I guess I got interested in Cosmo quiz when I was like seventeen eighteen years old. Which is actually kind of wind. These quizzes I feel like we're in their heyday. Because actually the quiz from COSMO magazine really didn't start until the seventies even though COSMO had been around since eighteen. Eighty six and eighty six yeah. Cosmopolitan magazine was first published March. Eighteen eighty six boy. We should've taken one of those quizzes for reference. A grover Cleveland was president does that. I don't know how much time which time out that's true. That's a win lose and win Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah you could. Maybe take a sparkle quiz about that later. But that's that's not for for today. Yeah so the first one. The first quiz that was ever featured was rate year roommate potential. Which unfortunately I couldn't find but to put things in some context I suppose okay now. So were these quizzes. Mostly a from the magazine when you would take them over their online versions. Oh Yeah No. I sure this is from the magazine so I remember when I went to college. That was when I could get COSMO magazine. A subscription which is of course dirt cheap compared to just buying it on the stands. You know it's one of those things where it's like five dollars per issue but if you get the subscription it's thirteen cents for a year. Stop coming and they just yeah exactly and then they just never stop and then they're like. Hey you can use your airline miles to continue to get this magazine if you'd like occur and And so yeah. So I took all of these In the actual magazine and so the ones that I've pulled for us to take today or the ones from that era so you have an archive of all the COSMO magazines. You didn't use the Internet for this. I did not use the well. I mean yes I did use the Internet but I found the ones from like two thousand nine That we're going to take his. Actually she'll quiz stopped doing quizzes. I bought a COSMO magazine for this particular episode and unfortunately I didn't see a quiz the closest I seriously though I think that's what happened. And even some of the ones that people sent to me online. There was no quiz. It was just the title of the episode of the of the quiz so so anyway. So yeah so we're going a little old school okay to answer your questions. How would your mom feel about Liana keeping over ten year old back issues of Cosmo at her house? Well she's famously an anti hoarder and she's thrown out like I mean I shouldn't even say I have like a like a valuable like signed autographed sporting thing on my childhood wall and let's Talk I went. It was missing like I think she actually throws out. Just anything suspecting foul play or are you worried that someone will come in and steal this valuable piece of memorabilia. Thomas Crown affair if if it's not thrown out no I think she threw it out. I think she's like this side. He doesn't live here anymore and she just taught that. I like having even mentioning that that this optum accusing my mom of like throwing up valuable. I feel a little bad but like what does she let you know. What is the memorabilia? It was a nine hundred seventy someone gave it to me for my bar Mitzvah. Nine hundred seventy three painting of all the New York Knicks who won the championship and signed all like eight or nine. It was like Phil Jackson Pill Bradley. Good players while frazier and Willis Reed Earl Monroe and it's just missing and Hang. It was hanging show hanging off the wall and through it. I think she just hates clutter so much that she just like. This is garbage. He doesn't even like the Knicks would like the Boston red. And I think that's what happened was afraid of painted the walls. It was framed. It was like Nice. It wasn't really big too trusting. She sold it or threw it away. I throwing away his selling it as is honestly would be strange about that. I feel like I cannot. You can't ask. Hey what happened to my painting that was on the wall. I feel like it's accusatory to ask like that. I know now. Maybe they repainted. Maybe like hey did you guys move the painting that was in here. I'm just never GONNA ask her. Okay it's never gonNA come up unless tells us this Okay next year. My Mom's friend than you. Listen do not bring up. Their one of a kind should be checking like one to see. I don't know but but why. But why did you bring that up that that the ten year tenure magazines in my house because your mom is famously? An Anti hoarder anti horror. Yeah that is true. That is true. I she made me throughout my my cards and I went through and picked out my my valuable cards and I sorta read it now. 'cause it'd be cool to have all like the bad guys and look through them and like. Oh that guy's funny that guys like a funny name so I regret throwing out my baseball now To be just to clarify? I don't actually have these magazines. I found I found the versions of the Quiz Liana Online. D'ombre them like who like you said? Oh I remember that one from two thousand eleven you look for it or no. I did the very important and detailed research google search of Cosmo quiz and these popped up so I was like. Oh okay I remember these. Remember this format. There's it's like five questions. It's an A. B. and C. Choice. And then you get put into three little bins south. How many points? You have exactly. Don't remember exactly taking these quizzes photographic memory. No no Attaran is the only one I believe with a photographic memory. I don't know unfortunately don't remember the name of a person that was on the last season. The yes that's true graphic like short term memory and then sometimes doesn't always have like a recall of things happened like from. You know that weren't like on the thing he talks about everyday right. Liana did. Was this podcast your idea or you the creator of this episode. I don't remember well. I mean this idea had been pitched I think like a year ago at least to do cosmo quizzes and I think you guys shut down the idea. But then when I came on for Wheeler No Wheel. It was one of our ideas. I think I can't remember if it was a deal or if it was actually on the board and then Oh yeah we do that and so. That's that's how it came to be found. The email rub. I went to archives this from Travis Payne Great Canadian. He says Robin Keefe. Do Cosmopolitan quiz. You simply do cosmo quizzes live on air. There are enough. Pg Thirteen quizzes that you could do hopefully on pick them or PG. He tags it with this needs a Haley strong type guest with thanks Travis so heavily. Strong type I..

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Paris Hilton: Ending Engagement Was the Best Decision

Daily Pop

02:48 min | 3 months ago

Paris Hilton: Ending Engagement Was the Best Decision

"Hilton opened up about ending her engagement to Chris. Zylka an interview with Cosmo UK. Did you like Chris. He looks much okay. She says it was the best decision of her life and that it just didn't feel right. I've worked way too hard to just give my life to someone they may have to be perfect So somebody what are little hung up on that last line there. They have to be perfect. You think she setting yourself up for disaster to say that this person has to be perfection. I mean not perfection but perfect for her like she has a certain set of standards and I think we all do and sometimes you want people to meet you at like at hopefully the the halfway point with all of those requirements that you need your life for sure. I don't know if she meant that he had to be like the perfect human being but I think for her when you look at her life. It's kind of like a tricky situation because you want somebody who's like a boss but not too much of a boss to where they don't have time to spend time with you and you also have somebody who's flexible enough. Who can I get up in? Travel the world with you as you know she. Dj's all around the world throughout the year. But you also want somebody without a job. So it's it's like it's literally like us to do coupons to figure out what the Perez Hilton is like. You know her. Life is not like a normal folk like it's hard to relate to what she needs in her life because as you say like she's got all the money in the world he's got a very successful. Gershon so many jobs. She works very hard But she also likes to party still have fun. Yeah the time and it sounds like she needs a man who can trust her because she does live this really exciting life and they can trust because she's talked about having bad trust exactly and you don't want someone who is constantly thinking that you're going to be doing the worst and then you just they project it on you and then you start living like you're in a cage and I feel like maybe she at one point felt like she was in that situation. I I don't know but if she's going somewhere her man is going with her. She is one of those girls who likes Herman with there all the time. She kind of likes codependent relationship. But I think for her. It's one of those things where when your sister having kids and getting married and your other brothers having a kid and getting married and you've done all these things together you kinda. Sorta see a glimpse into that life and you start to take your life around that and all of a sudden you get too deep into the rabbit hole and you're buying the baby and then you're like no. I WANNA party a little bit more. I want to go out and want to have this free and loving life and sometimes you get your man roped into it and then when he starts going on now you like wait. I got about four more good summers left. I need to do this like a little longer. It's just reading the temperature and knowing exactly what she wants at that moment but I also think they shouldn't have to choose your forever

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Supernova SN 2006gy

Astronomy Cast

07:33 min | 5 months ago

Supernova SN 2006gy

"I came publisher Serve Universe today with me as always? Dr Pamela gave a senior scientists for the Planetary Science Institute. And the director of COSMO question. How you doing? I'm doing well. How are you doing doing very well as well? Well as well Anything new happening in your verse. It Komo customers federal few extra snow falls too so we are plugging away. Every winter's Day on our new code set One of you out there. You know who you are actually came over in. Joined us on dischord to help us out with the coding and that made me super excited so if any of you want to donate some time and join our open source project. We're doing a complete rebuilt and you're all welcome And and I get super happy if you say you understand javascript. Complete rebuilt are always fun. And by that right I mean never. We've been following this story for more than two decades with great to finally have an answer to the question why was Supernova two thousand six six G Y so insanely bright. Astronomers originally thought it was an example of a supermassive star exploding but new evidence provided even more fascinating. Answer our Pamela do you remember where you were when Supernova two thousand six G. Y. exploded especially before our time on astronomy cast. Yeah so oh I I would have just moved here to Illinois. I would have been a baby professor. We would have just started this show. This was an end of the year Supernova and so. I don't know exactly where I was but it wasn't too far from here. I upped. I don't remember the story. I I had to go. And Look in the archives at the time when when we reported on it and then all the various updates that we reported on on this story and it's one of those things though where when you do kind of look back at the story with all of the knowledge that we now have you can see the whole thing unfolding unfolding bit by bit and so back in two thousand six as you say at the end of the year astronomers saw a Supernova That was unlike anything that they had ever seen so much. What was wrong with it? Well not surly wrong but the thing that was initially fascinating about it is it was just way brighter than we had previously. CBS lease seen. Once you corrected for distance it had the highest luminosity up until that date so so with massive amounts of energy coming out of it and with a crazy light curve that was initially assumed that this was what's called a type to Supernova explosion of a massive star this going to leave behind a neutron star or black hole but different kinds of Supernova are supposed to increase decrease in brightness and very sat ways and while this started out looking like type two SUPERNOVA. It didn't stay looking type two SUPERNOVA. So let's talk. I mean we've done whole episodes on all the different flavors but let's go back and give people the the quick overview of the different kinds of Supernova. You can expect to see out there. So broad physics case you have supernova that are single stars that are generally massive and when they run out of fissionable fissionable materials in their core that can generate new energy. They stopped producing light pressure that supports the outer layers of the star and they collapsed under gravity and all of that collapsing material triggers a new round of thermonuclear reactions ends the star now explodes outwards as a Supernova. So that's one model of behavior now. The other model of behavior is is your something like a white dwarf that is made out of what we call degenerate matter. A White Dwarf is an object roughly the size of the earth that has the mass ask of the sun and when you cram all of that mass into so small volume you end up with the electrons having to you arrange themselves in a very specific way to avoid breaking the polly exclusion principle so all of the electrons like you. Okay you be in this level you being this level level will spin in these particular ways and this electron degenerate. Gas is as tight a gas. Is You can form out of the electrons and if you compress it too far the electrons can no longer support each other. polly exclusion in principle breaks those electrons and protons are associated with ended up merging informing neutrons. Everything goes badly. There's a lot of of energy released and this is the other way you can get. A SUPERNOVA is by piling too much mass on one of these electron degenerate gas white Dwarf Stars Defying the polly exclusion principle and exploding that white dwarf. That's type one a supernova now in general because type one as all detonate at the same amount of mass. There's post be the same amount of light now. The names for those massive Asif Stars that are exploding. Are All over the map. There's type two type one C. There's all these different letters added on. But they're all massive stars so okay so just to sort of follow the mystery. A stronger saw what was the moat inherently the brightest Supernova. Would they had ever seen yes but it so then it couldn't have been white dwarf because they're not that bright exactly exactly at least us what was initially thought. So you have their initial thinking and I'm going over this so that I can make sense of all all of this later because no physics is harmed in this episode so you have a white dwarf worth of energy tied up in the mass and that amount of energy when it goes boom always releases is the site and the sort of example right. I mean essentially. It's like one big diamond the size of the earth it is this. Is this carbon. As you say this carbon lattice and the moment it crosses over this line where the thing collapses inward the whole thing just turns into carbon burning. And it's it's just gone like Komo and it's gone because the whole thing. Suddenly a lifetime's worth of fusion happens in an instant every atom in the entire star precedes do carbon fusion. And the whole thing just goes and you get this wonderful standard candle. This is used to measure the size of the universe

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DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:37 min | 5 months ago

DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso

"We're joined today by a very special guest asked Colleen Murphy known to nightclubs the world as DJ. COSMO welcome colleen. We'll be talking later about Lydia lunch launch and featured writer Darrell easily. But let's start with the main reason we've asked you'd to enter the world's back pages cover they tell. Tell us a little bit of wells February. This year is the fiftieth. I Love David. Mine cruisers loft passes you playing in New York at the fiftieth anniversary of the music. Yes yeah would it be fed cycling. The you are sort of Dave Matthews representative on. I think that's a few days few people I think one thing. That's very important to say about the Loft and David is is that he didn't think the party was even just about him And it's really about a sense of community. I am one of the caretakers Roy. And that's how he would speak. Speak to me about it and then meet considered himself a caretaker of the loft. I mean it was very much she said like the loft is a given name. I should back up because he I started doing parties in his own. Home at six forty seven Broadway picture phone. Google Street still fibrous building. Think he started throwing informal party in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight years that I was born and he didn't really make them into proper weekly party. He is with a contribution until February fourteenth nineteen seventy and he called it. A love saves the day but then the law was given name because it was a law. People are you're going. Hey going over there to that. Law became the name of the Party. Yeah well let's go. I will go by. When did you first when you start really getting the music? When did you start? DJ -ING Myself. One thousand nine hundred eighty two when I was fourteen. Wow I had A. I was quite lucky. I had a radio station in my high school. Alive is ten watts got basically to the edges of my town. My small suburban New England towns where I was the only one that played music. That wasn't top forty already and that wasn't classic rock. Although we did have one Christian music special not my show and I had a radio show for four years so the first year I was actually playing fifties and sixties speak. Because I was really into that. I was reading my uncle's record collection at the time and I had grown up. My parents didn't listen to a lot of music music at home but when we listen to music in the car and a Sunday drive we listen to people like Wolfman Jack still had a syndicated radio show and another one was already woo Ginsburg art show and she was all like the all those oldies and I just knew them inside and out and then my uncle lived if down the street from me and I used to raid his record collection. Because I I was given A. Ge Trim Line Record Player portable record player. Hand me down when I was about twelve. And that's when I really started getting properly into albums. The first one was Moody Blues Days of Future Past. That was my first obsession. Actually there's a proper album album. That's twelve the following year but my first year in high school freshman year. I had that old show the next year I started to more expensive. Expansive kind of new wave shows GALVEZ Castillo. Lot of Elena lavish fifty. Two's a little bit hard core stuff do that. It was kind of coming out really into black flag and the evanger all sorts of like the T. scene and then the following year. I had a show my friend. Mary crusoe called PUNK FUNK and junk. And that's where the name Cosmo was born because she became remix remix and I came cozma because there was a bound electro bound call nucleus and they had their. Dj was 'cause Moan. It's yell. Cosmo Gimme a beat. We we had sweatshirts that we may with our names on the back. We rock around arguing. Glenn High School you know no one else really was into that music and and then my final year. I had a show called strawberry alarm clock because I was still into sixty stuff. There was the whole kind of Paisley popping that was going on and I was working at a record shop. It was this chain store at that time called strawberries and because I had a show in the morning I worked at strawberries. Strawberry alarm clock and that was very eclectic. Six show pickup from a strawberry alarm clock to Chardonnay to black flag. To I mean it was just whatever my found was so yeah. I think I'll all ten listeners. Left at ease from the to some discussions Our B let's pick trajectory. I mean having said got my first GIG that I went to was the funk. FESTS and Providence Rhode Island's gap one way grandmaster Melle and bark as it was also going to few kind of Electrobi- clubs and Roxbury like my mom knows this mom. If you're listening to before center later I was into of course prince you know and slept out for tickets for the purple rain tour later. The cleaners tonight on Worcester Massachusetts so but luckily in Boston. Because I was outside Boston. We have great radio because we had college. Radio stations actually also brown station to Providence. Had a really good funk show and we had kissed one away with Sunny Joe White and so it was a commercial kind of I hate saying the word black music because I just don't think music has a color but I was going to do it for simplicity's sake right now and I used to listen to his show to. This is quite eclectic. I wouldn't say that wasn't the music. I was collecting and really it was quite a trajectory because I moved to New York Nine hundred eighty six eighty six okay and I went to Nyu and the reason I picked NYU's. I had to get out of Boston. It had the best college radio stations in the country. And I knew that's what I wanted and I knew that's where I wanted to be an somehow. We scrambled together loans and scholarships and got there. Because I was the first kid in my family to go to university. It wasn't expected to make sure and I went in the first week to. WNYC stations that high want to work work here and that they became my it was my family was my home intact and I ended up becoming program director and into the whole bunch of radio shows including the anchor show which was the new the afternoon. Show which is a three and a half hour drive time show where we played everything from like Nick Cave to the Belgian stuff. That was coming out of the cold ways stuff to you know to the four. AD cocteau twins Dunkin downs to everything so that was great. And then after that I produced syndicated radio shows I interviewed a lot of these bounds. Probably hundreds of pounds really that was syndicated to I think. Two hundred radio stations across country college radio stations. It was called Music View. And I even like you know a huge butthole surfers found at that time tall leary fifteen times and I. I mean Nick Cave loads of people I kind of and then all the Brit- British stuff too. Because I had always been an anglophile because growing up I was really into new order. J in addition in the Smith and seeing all these bounds of the cure fats down on stage. You want to dismiss legendary Gigs Boston so I was really and an anglophile as well. I was interviewing lows of bands like the verve and away Sis Anita all these bounds as well but I started going to save his. Party's we'll probably find Jim Sullivan's review of that show where she danced on the stage. And then I looked it up before because it was less. It's amazing one thing that's amazing. What the Internet is you can find? Old Settlers started listening to my first grateful dead show over and over last week. Some army onto a slight like March twenty second nine hundred eighty seven. The opening of the Spring Tour in Virginia Beach started listening to that. And you can find all track lists and I can find a photo the butthole surfers show the channel that I went. I mean it's amazing what you can find so. I did research and the smiths that that Smith's game was quite a big

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Uber CEO Khosrowshahi vows to deliver a profit

Squawk Pod

01:36 min | 5 months ago

Uber CEO Khosrowshahi vows to deliver a profit

"Today Andrews interview with Uber Ceo. Dr COSMO shocking. Investors have been watching Uber closely for signs of profitability when Uber went public on the New York Stock Exchange in May of Twenty nineteen. Andrew asked Dara about it and Dara. Well here's what he said so for us. The Path to profitability isn't theoretical there are cohort of countries that are profitable. We do reinvest profits aggressively recipe. New Business Lines like eats that have great promise but we're pretty comfortable when we look at the portfolio of businesses. That we have that we have a very strong Pathak off a a few months later in an interview with CNBC November Dr Projected profitability by twenty. Twenty one we are actually targeting twenty twenty one for adjusted even profitability full year and this week around eight months after the company's First Trading Day Uber reported its fourth quarter financial results. And and as you'll hear there was also some good news for investors about that profitability goal. Here's Andrew Uber reported quarterly results. Last night the ridesharing giant announcing announcing on its call with investors. It is moving up. Its target for profitability by a year. Join US right now. For an exclusive interview is Uber CEO. Derek Ezra Shack Good morning to you. Good morning thank thank you for for coming in. Let's walk through if you could for investors so they understand how you think you get there and when I say get there. I'm talking about profitability. Well as we made through our way in two thousand nine hundred and we became more and more confident of the strength of business and the ability of our teams to execute.

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‘The Bachelor’: Victoria F. Loses Cosmo Cover over ‘White Lives Matter’ Shoot

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

‘The Bachelor’: Victoria F. Loses Cosmo Cover over ‘White Lives Matter’ Shoot

"A bit of drama on the bachelor due to something off screen CBS news correspondent Matt paper reports on the bachelor this week fans watch the contestants compete in a photo shoot challenge with a huge reward the woman who did the best would be on the digital cover of cosmopolitan magazine but if you're looking for the bachelor cover star you're not gonna find photos Cosmo decided not to put the winner Victoria fuller on their digital cover after it was discovered she had worn controversial a tire in a previous modeling campaign for what was called white lives matter according to the Southern Poverty Law Center white lies matter is a racist response to the civil rights movement black lives

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Cosmopolitan Pulls Bachelor Contestant’s Cover Due to White Lives Matter Modeling Past

Markley and Van Camp

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Cosmopolitan Pulls Bachelor Contestant’s Cover Due to White Lives Matter Modeling Past

"There is one person that has been canceled I mean I don't know if you know this but on last night's episode of the bachelor do you still watch it's got I did not watch last night now but you do sometime occasionally yes okay Peter Weber you familiar nope really yes some of the remaining ladies at a photo shoot for Cosmo with one of the girls getting chosen for the cover at the time they chose Victoria fuller but check it yesterday they announced their ditching that cover because of Victoria's association with white lives matter oh boy back in the day she modeled a white lives matter baseball hat so because most said unequivocally the White lives matter movement does not reflect the values of the Cosmo brand we stand in solidarity with black lives matter and the any because the fights in injustices for people of color you're

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Victoria F. Loses Cosmo Shoot Over White Lives Matter Pics

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Victoria F. Loses Cosmo Shoot Over White Lives Matter Pics

"If you watch the bachelor last night you saw the results of a contest for one of the women on the show who would get to be on the cover of cosmopolitan magazine with bachelor Peter whether the person will be on the cover of Cosmo with Peter there is Victoria don't get too excited now Victoria because you're not gonna be on the cover of Cosmo yep so filmed a few months ago turns out there's been a change in plans in an editor's letter titled why were not publishing the Cosmo bachelor cover editor in chief Jezebel said they pulled it after finding out that Victoria F. and previously modeled for a white lives matter themed ad campaign bells went on to say that it's not about the organization behind the campaign per se it's just that the slogan white lines matter taking off on the black lives matter movement is actually rooted in racism and white lives matter is problematic

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This Woman's Work: Black Gold by Nina Simone

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

01:19 min | 5 months ago

This Woman's Work: Black Gold by Nina Simone

"Classic Kulgam. Sundays is a program of community listening events founded by Coline Cosmo Murphy were fans listened to essential albums uninterrupted. On state of the art sound systems systems. For this woman's work we're highlighting classic albums by female artists who have made a lasting impact on music and pop culture. This time the grammy nominated donated live album black gold by Nina Simone for us. It was recorded in front of a packed audience at Philharmonic recall in New York City on October. Twenty six thousand nine hundred sixty nine and released in nineteen seventy. The record captures the commanding poignant performance by Nina Nisa Mellon that night but we also hear her onstage banter between songs at times she seems Aloof and dignified. But then she's teasing lighthearted and the audience is clearly delighted lack gold displays Nina Simone's talents at interpreting Asong not to mention her range moving from soul and Gospel to show tunes and folk music through it. All her distinctive voice soars into moments of defiance and uplift is record represents not only an artist at the peak of for talents but an important figure in the civil rights movement in the US in this episode of this woman's work. Nina Simone's black gold.

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Meteorite Contains Material Older Than Earth

60-Second Science

02:09 min | 6 months ago

Meteorite Contains Material Older Than Earth

"Sunday morning September. Twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine. A fireball lit up the skies north of Melbourne Australia and people were getting ready to go to church and then his heard this loud. Sonic boom Some of them saw OUGHTA bright fireball. Broad daylight and people were surprised. What's going on? Especially those who were not outside. Area is their airplane. Came down it sounded sounded really dramatic and then suddenly. Shortly after that there was a smell that was detectable. Over the whole area. People describe it as methylated spirits. Strong organic organic smell. COSMO chemist Philip Heck of Chicago's field museum describing this spectacular arrival of what's now known as the Murchison Meteorite named for the village where it was found a portion of the space debris now resides at the field museum and heck says it's our best source of pre solar stardust meaning stardust older than the solar system and the sun itself a scientific treasure trove inside the meteorite is dusty debris leftover from windstar slightly larger than our sun fizzled out out over millions of years. Those dust grains were battered by cosmic rays which slightly altered their composition Adams of elements got broken down into smaller ones like neon on an helium and then some of that stardust was swallowed up within rocks such as the Murchison Meteorite during the formation of our solar system. Those rocks served as time capsules preserving preserving the material for unimaginable ages previous astronomical observations have hypothesized that there was a baby boom of stars about seven billion years ago by studying the merchants ingrains elemental composition HEX team was able to date forty nine Greens and found that two-thirds of them were four point. Six to four point nine billion in years old and that all makes sense because the parents are they farmed seven billion years ago. Took them about two two and a half billion years to evolve ECON Planetary Nabala become thus producing the results are in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Some of the grains are actually up to seven billion years old making them. The the most ancient material on earth delivered here without notice on a quiet Sunday morning fifty years

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'Queer Eye' Star Jonathan Van Ness Makes History with Cosmo Cover

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

'Queer Eye' Star Jonathan Van Ness Makes History with Cosmo Cover

"Jonathan van ness from the queer eye show on Netflix has made history with his Cosmo cover he's the first non female cover star in thirty five years in the photo the grooming expert wears an orange silk dress as well as athletic socks and sneakers a blurb on the cover reads the yep we did it you're totally

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'Queer Eye' star Jonathan Van Ness makes history with Cosmo cover

Tim Conway Jr.

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

'Queer Eye' star Jonathan Van Ness makes history with Cosmo cover

"One of the stars of the rebooted queer eye reality TV show is having a milestone magazine moment Johnson that NASA is on the cover cosmopolitan UK he's the person on email to get that our sins boy George thirty five years ago van ness who identifies as non binaries wearing an orange tulle dress I don't know what that means and the sneakers on the

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Selina Tobaccowala Discuss Growing up Coding in the 80's and How She Was Often the Only Girl in Class

How I Built This

08:15 min | 8 months ago

Selina Tobaccowala Discuss Growing up Coding in the 80's and How She Was Often the Only Girl in Class

"If you're already business idea in Haiku form it would go something like this. It solves problem. Super Easy to explain people will use it and back in the early days of the worldwide web. There were a lot of problems that were right for solving including paper or rather other how to use less of it about the last time you wrote a letter on paper though that a registration form with a pen or filed a physical document into way metal filing cabinet right for the most part e mail and electronic documents have replaced paper same with invitations. Most of the invites I get and I'm pretty sure you get common an email and for that simple convenience you can thank you salina. Tobacco Allah because back in the late. Nineteen Ninety S Selena and her friend Alid wrote the code that would power the first online invitation business eve and for a time was a darling Ling of the DOT COM bubble within two years of its founding it was valued at around a hundred and fifty million dollars of course when the bubble burst in in two thousand so did E. value but unlike other dot com era companies such as COSMO or pets.com Lycos or G. who cities eviter hung in there. And it's still around today. In fact invitations from eviter reach more than one hundred million people eight year company is now owned owned by Liberty Media and while it has tons of competitors eve. I is still one of the biggest players and online and -tations as for Selena Tobacco Allah. She still an important name Silicon Valley. She's become a kind of role model for women and girls who want to get into tack in fact back. When she was a kid she she loved computer? She was obsessed with them. She grew up in Ramsey New Jersey. The daughter of two emigrants from India's for my parents perspective. If you ask who I was I mean I was always that person like waving my hand in the air with the answer class which I think annoyed a lot of my teachers. Most of the time I love to read. I am A terrible athlete. I'm but I always love team sports and it was something that was important to me. I actually was voted basketball captain of Ramsey high school basketball team but not because my athletic ability but only because I built a stats program in high school to help the other players shoot better. Wow using like built a statue program on your home computer I did. It was on the army pro database and I used to come home after every game in like database who shot from wear and then a printout sheet the next day and give it to the good players and they eventually decided that they wanted me to be there captain which was very funny because I only play the last two minutes of the game either if we were really upper really behind. How did you get into computers as a kid? So is really from influence of my dad. He started off as a punch card programmer for a company called. EDS and he was there for. I think about twenty five years and he rose from being this punch-card programmer to a a multimedia president couples away from the CEO of this huge organization. Her and he always exposed us to technology when he would take us to work work every so often we would see that entire you know. It was a huge mainframes and servers. And you'd walk in and you see all the computers and the technology and it was just always exciting to me and so he brought computer home. I'm probably when I was eight nine ten years old and I got excited Abou- coding and starting to build things and then my mom Schlep me summer coaching camps in all different places across New Jersey. To expose me to it more. I mean this is before like now of course every parents like I want my kid to learn how to code but like in the early mid eighties. That was not the thing. What were you learning? What was the code? I'm so pretty sure. It was logo and basic at the time. I I and then I do remember learning Pascal when I was in middle school. Were you often one of the only girls in those classes definitely and if I look back now now I think about that you know I remember I took the AP Computer Science Class of my high school. And I'm pretty sure I was the only girl in class but it never occurred to me at the time. Do you remember Birlik even as a teenager thinking like when you ask a teenager would. He won't be when he grew up. You know some of them have an answer and some of them might say the president and some might you know say businessman-rebel Dan rea billionaire like would you say I want to do something in computers right from high school. I wanted to do something in computers. That was what I got excited about. That's what I wanted to study Eddie. And when I was looking at colleges I was only focused on okay. What are the best colleges for computer science and that was my criteria? And so you decide to go oh to to the west coast to Stanford. Yeah this is like the beginning of the DOT com boom come one point. Oh did you get that feeling. England was that was that energy present on campus nineteen ninety-four so that energy of starting a company and the company starting around you in that dot com boom. I mean that was all around you especially by nineteen ninety six one thousand nine hundred seven. I mean there was excited. There was Yahoo. There was so many different companies in that the idea that you were computer scientists and you could go start a company with absolutely in the air one thousand nine hundred hundred important year at the year. Netscape and Netscape Browser. Comes out for mass use. Do you remember using the web for the first time and I don't remember the exact moment I use the web for the first time but I remember burn my year. One thousand nine hundred four freshman year was the first year everybody had email all my high school friends that e mail and it just changed everything like that time. In in computer technology technology was just this mash shift to introducing that consumer to all of this content and communications that nobody had access to prior. I guess like in your first year you met somebody who was who go on to be an important business co founder and partner Later on again in Aleve Aleve mad at you as you meet them so I lived in off freshman dorm compromiser and two doors down for me was the sky. I'll he was from Wisconsin. He was a swimmer but he loved computers and he was always building stuff. And this will. This will age US we worked on the first yearbook that was going to be digital instead of physical he put it on a multimedia CD distributed to all the freshmen and it was just photos. And you put the CD in there's your yearbook. Yeah exactly so you know like you work on this yearbook and then did you just continue to kind of talk about ideas or so I had a little blip. which was I took a computer science class in my freshman year there and I didn't do that well and I got a little nervous? which is is this the right field for me and that summer I got a job Bob? which was what I thought was going to be database activity in the mall and it turned out? I was the mall greeter where I would literally stand there and say welcome to Paramus Park and and I was complaining about it to my friend's dad he ran the IT Department for an Investment Bank Warburg pincus and he said quit your mall job. Come intern for me. And I had the most amazing summer experience I helped build one of the first websites for this investment bank. We built this application called morning meeting notes to help them. You know Record all their Monday meetings and I fell back in love with computer science and it was really then my sophomore year that I went full steam ahead on CS CBS. It was once I saw using computer science in the real world and I saw I was I reaffirmed that I was good at it. You know when you walk into Stanford and and all of a sudden you know. You have been the Valedictorian and you've been the best student in your class and then you walk in and all of a sudden your average and it makes you question in the sense of like. Oh Am I going to be good at this when I get out into the real world and having that summer experience I saw I can do

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Recovering from a Breakup ft. Onward: A Post-Breakup Concierge Service

This Is Why You're Single

10:38 min | 9 months ago

Recovering from a Breakup ft. Onward: A Post-Breakup Concierge Service

"To you that this is what you're saying awesome Elena we're talking about what's new in dating news signs you're not ready to date after a break up and cosmo readers way in about whether or not it's okay to ask us significant other to delete picks of their ex then we're diving into the Mailbox Stanford your listener questions including one listener grappling with staying friends with her ex and enough you're listening who has questions about pet sharing with an ex but first we want to welcome this week's guest she is the CO founder of Onward Post Breakup concierge service in New York City the service is being talked about by everybody from refinery twenty nine to good morning America please welcome Lindsay Mac welcome to the show thank you I'm so delighted to be here were excited to have you because you know a lot of people they struggle after a break up and you have created an entire concierge service around this problem so tell everybody exactly what is post breakup concierge how much does it cost what does it provide sure download yeah so I think when my best friend and CO founder and I were coming the idea are thought was you know again at sort of coming out of our own breakup wouldn't it be amazing if there was like a ghostbusters for breakup right here's this traumatic transitional life moment where you really need to call in the big the big guns to sort of get yourself you know out and onward so we started thinking about what were the main pain points and leaving a long term relationship and because you know we live in New York City the big points was moving out you know how do you quickly relocate if you're living together with a partner where do you go how do you find housing how do you appear new life you're you know get off all the streaming accounts and all that kind of stuff and sort of start over but then there's of course the second piece after logistics which is holistic finding therapists finding a gym sort of reacclimating yourself to society in a new phase because you might need a new gym if you if you worked l. with your husband or husband boyfriend at the same the same Jim Yeah I mean your husband I guess breakout of do both we do both we do both you know we see the primary folks in our service to be folks leaving breakup not not divorce is a lot of people end up turning their lawyers into their therapist Sierra which is probably a lot more expensive than hiring Lindsey service you probably you are getting through a divorce remember to use your divorce attorney just the logistics yeah yeah use them sparingly and then for for all other issues maybe talked to Lindsey Yeah we're we're a lot more affordable within your divorce attorney you don't need either of us but if you do we offer ten day thirty day and three month plans to kind of get you moving and our price points are a lot lot less lot less money were like one ninety nine is our is our entry point yet time's up by lake ten you're talking about a divorce attorney so our per our right what does one ninety nine covers what chunk of time so that's the ten days that's a really good deal for ten days if someone helping you like I like I feel like one hundred ninety nine hundred therapists charged yeah like one session -actly exactly and we're not we're not your therapist but certainly we act in in sort of a asses ambassadorial role and you'll find a therapist exactly so that's yeah I actually love that about your service that you guys don't claim to be like the aw how whatever like you you outsource to the people that are experts in each fields rate yeah that's one thing that's Angela and my pet peeve is like people Oh pretending to be experts in a certain field like even when it comes to dating Angela are very clear that we are not trained therapists this podcast is US giving best friend big sister advice and when we are talking about serious issues that's when we have our experts on the show so we we love that about you that you say you look to subject matter experts to Guy eight from everything from fitness to finance food prep how do you find your vet your experts that you bring in so we've been really fortunate we work out of the wing co working space says and we found a lot of women to love love wing the wing and they've been a great resource for finding the folks in our ecosystem and we spent a lot of time like you're eating and vetting these folks like I would never recommend any any service that I myself wouldn't use and so we're you know we're looking for folks in financial planning and therapy and you know moving companies that don't suck which is as hard in New York so you know we spend a Lotta time interviewing folks and talking to them and making sure that they're you know that we're putting our members in the best hands possible for this moment so you mentioned at this whole idea came from when you and your co founder went through your own breakup so how did that go from being like I wish that was the thing that existed to being like let's make this a thing that exists I think it was a weird it was weird moment. I went through my break-up right before the election for Hillary heartbreak our life and as I was working with sort of Mita in in the sense that she had just recently gone through her break up and we realized that we were like buying the same I e furniture and we we sort of have the same logistic needs we thought Oh my goodness there are so many friends that you know as New Yorkers who was actually in DC you know who we've helped through this experience that you know there's they're sort of like there's sort of like a scalable role roadmap to this and no one is clean that Beijing you can you know you can rent the runway for your fashion you can freshdirect for your groceries but when you're going through this and I do all of that they seem all of those things you can go to the subject matter experts but wouldn't it be amazing for this moment where and also New York is the city of transplants we don't necessary really have our you know mom from Ohio down the street to like car mattress down four flights of stairs and maybe even she was here we'd be embarrassed to ask her because you know breakup come with like a certain sense of stigma and embarrassment sometimes which we don't love so wouldn't it be amazing if we could take the experience we had and make it be helpful for other people we started thinking about it in both of us have backgrounds in project management I was Broadway producer for a long time Angela before she booked we'll have to talk about that later is I don't even like Broadway Junkie doesn't seem to Suffice Theater nerd Peter Nerd we stopped we love so megan are both very very big Broadway people she is a fan me as a former participant in Kearney world I and I think there's something very similar to Broadway and breakup you know obviously a lot of high drama but also like the show must go on right like you know the break-up is not the end of your life if this is a transitional empowering moment and we're going to figure it out you know we're going to get you on stage and like get it done And so I think there was something in that that we were like the service needs to exist so I guess we have to do it. Your website lists the three phase process for coping with the break-up can you walk us through what a typical aw sure what steps are sure as we're sort of finding unfortunately you know not breakup are the same in the way that no two relationships are the same but they do sort of seemed follow a similar path which is like the first step is always sort of the logistics piece like you're in this survival mode and you gotta you know if you were living together or if you have you know commingled anything you've got to figure out how to take care of that so so we look at the Logistics Pieces Bean Housing and moving and just your day to day like a good place good as to sleep you know we we started this off the sort of psychological concept of maslow's hierarchy of needs you need a place to sleep every night you need a place to be then the next phase we call the holistic which is like okay you've gotten settled in like let's focus on your emotional and total wellbeing physical wellbeing are you getting enough sleep or you're drinking water but you know with therapy it'd be good idea would be finding a new place to work out you canoe good idea for you would it be helpful for you to start kind of engaging in your neighborhood in some way and then finally like what we call sort of altruistic stage which is really just because we wanted is at the end but essentially like okay now you sort of gotten yourself together like maybe dating is something you're interested in maybe like expanding your community because a lot of times what happens in breakup we lose we lose a big portion if not all of our community you know you don't have your XS friends anymore you don't have your exes family anymore you know you sort of have to Ford your new your new sense of self and your new sense of tribe your new community out of that so we focus on that sort of the last last piece of it I love that yeah so I have a lot of a couple of friends going through breakup right now and they're in therapy and something they always say to me is like I wish therapist would just got to do because at therapists can't do that so we'll we'll like a break up concierge do that for you a little bit I mean we're not you can't force their hand but we do try to kind of happening here what are the resources you have to get going and whether that's like okay like maybe you should delete the unfiled up person on facebook because every time it's

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"No matter what you do, whether you're in media or other things, learn business."

Skimm'd from The Couch

09:14 min | 9 months ago

"No matter what you do, whether you're in media or other things, learn business."

"Today we are talking to Michelle Lee the editor in Chief of Allure magazine Michelle started her career and magazines working in publications such as parenting Glamour and paper fast forward to becoming one of the youngest editor in chiefs ever humble Brag Michelle was an early adopter of digital strategy within more traditional all print publications nearly tripling visits to Lord Dot Com since taking the lead there she's a champion for diversity and says she wants to change the world I brought the definition of beauty we're GONNA get into that Michelle we are so excited to have you on the couch ladies high so let's jump in there's just skim your resume for us yes I actually thought about this in advance because I know you asked this question what I always half jokingly say to people's how much time do you have a lot of time you look at my resume it looks a little bit crazy so I'll give you the super cliff notes version of it so in the first like seven years I would say I was a major job hopper so that's why my resume is so long that if you go on my linked or something if I went into detail it would probably go on for like four or five pages so someone very early on in my career had said to me in order to move up in the media world you have to move out and I think I took it too literally and I stayed in every job for like I said the first seven years for only a year and in some cases less so it did help me move very quickly up but the problem is with that is that it starts to look very very bad and starts to be a red flag to people so I don't recommend doing that but we're GONNA come back to the first half of my career was very much spent imprint I worked like you said at a lot of different places I didn't necessarily have specific it be at the time I worked at parenting I was on the launch team of COSMO girls or worked in like parents teens also on the launch team of US weekly and really had a very vibrant freelance career at the time too so I always talk to my bosses at the time wherever I was about one to freelance other places that were not competitive with at that was so when I was at parenting wrote a lot for men's health for G. Q. At the time the women's voice was very different this is like more than twenty years ago the men's voice in women's publishing was very earnest and so- men's was very like snarky and fun and clever as I liked being able to stretch that muscle a bit and then flash words second-half may career I got much more into women's publishing but then also into digital and into the business side so most recently before Laura I was the editor in chief and she from marketing officer at Nylon and then about four and a half years ago I got just a random email from conde nast and then I came over to allure about four years ago and that's where we are eh why is something people should know about you that they can't find on linked in or googling you I think that looking at my list dinner looking at my resume doesn't actually reflect how much of a generalist I was I don't include all of it because again looks kind of crazy the types of things I used to write about arose about everything from cars to extreme sports to finance technology and now I think when people think about me think oh she's like a beauty and fashion person it is not at all how it was at first my first job was actually at a weekly newspaper so doing hard news and a look back and I think at the time I thought God I seem really unfocused and I should probably pick a topic I know plenty of other people who started out in beauty and they stayed in that for me looking back though I think it was actually a really positive the thing that I see myself as a generalist now because in everything that I do even though a lawyer is core beauty it's also about so many other things right as women we can have so many different multilayered interests anything that's really great and that everything does sort of intersect in a really interesting way and then not something that people need to know yeah I have done I don't know very weird things when I was younger I was an extra in I was watching something about Jim Carey recently and it made me think about when I was in college I was an ex in that movie Ace Ventura KS Mishra I don't think you can even see me so at the very end he's in like a State Liam I think it was like Dolphin Stadium because I lived in Florida it's time in Dolphin Stadium Lay said one of my friends was like do you want to go be an extra on this movie I was like okay so it was great I saw the behind the scenes of how a movie is made and the only other thing I really remember is having crispy cream donuts later and it's like had a lot of like odd jobs when I was a kid I worked concessions at a stadium also I worked at a bookstore and swept floors and think about now like those were some of the greatest time james because you get to see all these different industries even though like I can't say I worked in movie production I got to see what it was like to actually put together a movie and to see like some of the creative process well I wasn't expecting that as an answer on this thinking and of course I'm not GonNa put you touched on a lot of things just now about career path and about being generalist and moving around and I think it's a lot of stuff that we've thought about for our solves a lot of our employees have we've talked to them about and certainly I know a lot of our listeners I think about which is is it okay to be a generalist do I need to really become an expert at something and what are your thoughts on that yeah I mean for me obviously it worked out really how being a generalist certainly understand that if somebody feels so passionately about something I know plenty of people who when they were kids like elementary school level they just felt this passionate for working in the fashion industry they stood there unclothed say just devoured every single fashion magazine and to me that makes sense then that if you feel that way about something that you're GonNa go and you're going to live that passion for me I think that it's been really great for me being a generalist but then also once I decided when I was a sophomore go into journalism I felt like that was my path and then within journalism you can make that so many different things but it also play within the past ten years or so realized that the Hatha Journalists Ron and editors was not going to be the path forever right like when I was starting out being an editor reaching two full you know that for sure when I started out in media being an editor in chief was completely one eighty degrees different from what is today so had I stayed on the path and just thought these are the only things that I need to do becoming editor in chief to be successful for the rest of my life I would have been setting myself up for failure so I knew at some point within the past ten years that I needed to learn digital I needed to learn radio social but then also to learn business so I feel like I'm constantly preaching to people no matter what you do whether you're media or other things learn business if I go back to school I think I would either get my mba or if I could literally get on a time machine I would probably have a major in journalism and a minor in business or I how do you learn business were you in your previous jobs going to your bosses and saying can you teach me social can you teach me how to look at a p Anelle or redoing this in your own time partly so part of it was born out of frustration like I said I started out mostly in print and I was frustrated because the job that I was in my see Oh had no interest in digital whatsoever actually I remember I took like an eleven by seventeen sheet of paper and I was like this is what our website should look like and he was like well we shouldn't do it because it's cannibalize what we're doing in print so no interest in it whatsoever so after he left that job a very kind of famously took a pay cut in half and they went to a digital only place and I was faking it till I make it because I didn't really know what I was doing I mean 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Seo so once they left that job I taught myself how to fully design a responsive website I taught myself CSS. I taught myself video editing and production I taught myself like sales basically I taught myself so many different things at the same time you can only get so far with that too so when I was at nylon I remember had a really great discussion with my ceo where he wanted me to grow there and he said what can we do to kind of get you to that next level you're already an editor in chief like typically where do you go from there in like the old school media world that was like the pinnacle and you get put out to pasture after that so for me I was the thing I'm really frustrated with is that I sit and now these advertising sales meetings and marketing meetings and there are terms that people are using the I don't actually understand and I'll kind of nod my head and be like oh yeah yeah yeah and so my husband used to work in finance so occasionally I would come home and say to him what does this mean can you explain this to me it's awkward sometimes with your spouse to of like asking them too many questions and stuff so I was very open with my CEO and I said I feel really self conscious sometimes about not fully understanding the business side so he was great and he has been an amazing mentor for me where he said Okay I'm going to include you in some more of these meetings you can come along with me and he understood that I was creative and away the of the business people were not so it was sort of mutually beneficial that he saw me as somebody who could be great on the marketing side and building the brand and away on a business side that wasn't really being

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Why is space so dark if its full of stars?

Tai Asks Why

05:50 min | 10 months ago

Why is space so dark if its full of stars?

"Quite space. That's a deep question spaces dark because the universe is expanding. That's why spaces dark it's expanding and it's finite right because if the sight line through space ends on a star then that intensity of starlight would be the brightness rightness of that spot but most places you look do not land on a star so the expansion dilute starlight and not only that we don't live infinite universe because it for infinite eventually your sight line would land on a star if it did that the whole night sky would be ablaze with starlight. Oy Not Gaza. I'm GONNA play cool but you know stock to. Neil degrasse has Tyson's so it's a bag dale reason we see darkness instead of all starlet everywhere because the universe is expanding. The starlight is moving away from us and also because the universe is finite. If we look in a certain direction there might not be a star there but that's some big confusing really works your mind answer so i. I have a lot of fog questions. I have to get more answers. Neal was busy doing amazing astrophysics stuff so I went to visit my author author personal astrophysicist Heidi White the University of Toronto to help me see what's going on with all this light and the COSMO's all right now. Let's turn this on war on the roof of the astronomy building downtown Toronto in a warm pretty clear really windy night look. It looks like you're back to like fire laser. We're just firing up the telescope to check out some bright space objects that are close to US tidy that way. Let's move it a little bit and you see this. Let me move it up so you can pay it no friend he then that's Jupiter C. thanks yeah those are moons. We've it go. Heidi tells them not alone wondering white everything around my new. Pal Jupiter is so dark three hundred hundred years ago apparently there was this dude named wilhelm older who asked the same question you know the observing that we're doing right now is very similar to to the night sky observing that overdid over was doctor during the day and at night he turned like the roof of his house into an observatory and God at night just like we are and study what he you could see in the solar system so because older wondered why the sky was so dark. Apparently they named the question. After after calling it paradox basically the paradox that if the universe infinitely big infinitely old infinite general as they believed seventeen hundred then the whole sky should appear to be super bright all the time but it isn't and we know now oh boy Neil said the universe is an infinitely big. Neither is infinitely old. So why does that change the brightness of the Scott. What do you know about our universe and how long it's been around thirteen point five billion years like thirteen eighteen point six now close about thirteen point eight yeah so we know that our universe had a beginning and you know what that beginning was. Big Bang Bang release more just a very wet inflation just went really big. There was no big explosion or anything this kind of inflated like a balloon very quickly yeah. That's a really good analogy actually to to visualize the expansion space time one really good thing you can do is take a balloon and put a bunch of dots on it and then blow up the balloon start to cities. You put more air into it. Got Sort of what's happening is based on things are moving further and further away from one another but this is important in the context of understanding the answer to overs paradox because is what this means is that things haven't always been the way they look right now. The speed of light is fixed and what that means. Is that if we look look far enough away. What we're effectively doing is looking back in time in that way? Telescopes can actually be time machines because the most distant stars light in the universe hasn't had time to actually travel through space because it's been expanding to actually reach us the speed of light is three hundred thousand kilometers a second so the light from Jupiter takes thirty minutes to reach us here on earth so when we see it we're seeing Jupiter as thirty minutes ago and then there's Leiden University that is thirteen point eight billion light years away. This is the stuff made in the Big Bang guys so we can't see yet because we're not not that old yet. Maybe by the time high school be seeing light from a random star that I can't see today because it'll finally beginning to my eyes this but also maybe not 'cause well as the space time continue balloon just inflates inflates further. It'll just take even even longer for that light to reach your eyes.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"I'm standing right there and you just try to say i have a bad parent and i can't take care of my kids. That's that's what i took from that and not chasing around my hands basically touching hutchings him and you know it's not come over at the bar like i am right behind him and that we were in labor day traffic on the way there and dan go drive to l._a. We'll never day on p._c._h. See i think if we went to a doctor they would v._i._p. You must have a heat stroke from well. It was our last weekend and it was only weekend. We could go up there with gunners godfather it was kind of beyond our control and then we wanted to time it with the naps which ended up being around too so we hit like main traffic and everything anyways. I've been trying to catch up <unk> on bachelor in paradise and i can't there's so many episodes. I feel like i'm so behind missing all my reality t._v. I was really surprised when demis his girlfriend showed up and then they were staying. I thought demi was gonna leave at first that whole situation was very shocking. That was such a twist. I'm sure these shows are like okay. What's the twist was the shock and i bet they had that plan from the beginning and then who knows how it ended up playing out tonight i started started reading to governor gone crested butte because it is a book that my mom got for governor and i started crying because it was so folks say that we're going to crested butte coming up here for my birthday. Renegotiate the gem show for a few days and then we are renting a house in crested butte and then a house an aspen and i'm just so excited to go home and see the fall leaves and the change of the seasons is my favorite time of year. It's like that special magical magical air that comes in the leaser changing everything is so euphoric and beautiful and it's the start of this season's and halloween thanksgiving giving and christmas and it's just my favorite favorite time of year so i'm so excited to go home and just read that mountain air and it just fills my heart and i'm so excited to see all my family and how that really important family time so. I am so so excited lighted. I'm way more excited because i got my birthday present. <hes> the like a cue thank you so i'm going to class us for six hours at like learn how to use this thing and we are going to have photos of heidi gutter in the frigging trees that she loves by the river in photos that she can enlarge and frame for the house because when i take all my iphone photos for as it looks like an iphone but when you try to you know get them bigger because the matrix was on the iphone psych well night twelve now my new cameras hammers i forty eight and i get a beautiful shot of heidi and get in colorado so excited just need you to get.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"A finale is here. It's so sad. What a amazing experience. It's amazing. It's just like it comes and goes. It seems like so long when you do it and then it's done done. You're no like imagine if there wasn't a season two yeah. We're on t._v. For five camila seconds but this is how fast the last was six seasons fell ago by like it's very true. It seems like longer longer when it's in it. I know it's very interesting to see who will be coming back next season. Who's not coming back any new editions. I mean it's all a surprise. It's all up near. We know nothing nothing about it so it'll be interesting to see how it all comes together. I know a little nothing. I keep my years to the train tracks. Why i'm pretty excited about the fact that i can hardly walk. Adebola made me appreciate what my mom has been going on a small scale just not being out to move now. At least she's out of her wheelchair from in her. How many race three breaks yeah and it's been like six weeks. She was he. Can you imagine being able to get up in the kitchen and like like she's such. A trooper should call her live right down. Yeah well and i was supposed to go see her today but then the museum all go tomorrow. I'll take over there tomorrow. Instead instead yeah we went up to carp for last weekend of the summer because yeah the summer's over and do the <hes> so we ended up going with when it got nurse godfathers and his new girlfriend. We got some very surprising news when we're up there so we're at this restaurant and gunnar always he's obsessed with spoons. He has to be always spoons. Whenever we go to sushi or chinese he he always holds his chopsticks. He likes to eat with his job state. He sticks his chops in the food and he figures out how to get food so i'm right behind signed him and he's got his spoon is yeah yours and his chopsticks waitress gave him the chop. The waitress just handed his chopsticks his own jobs. This guy reaches is to grab a mon. I looked at him like are you about to grab something out of my miracle tyler's hand. You must not be well and and come back to office. I can't have my excuse me like i understand if he stole a knife out of the kitchen like thank you have a like a possessive right to that like oh gimmie that but not taking gunners chopsticks that he loves he would far dinner. Tell them what you said. The guy said oh. I didn't know your gutters dad well governor. This is i didn't know i thought i was your dad. Who's this guy. No yeah. Censor was so heated. I just can't believe a rub. Somebody's always such late night. Gunner was exhausted. We're doing whatever we could just to keep keep them going. We're trying to be there with honours godfather and his girlfriend and enjoy the time and yeah spencer looks like a really it really well. Are you dad okay governor. Here's this guy's your daddy. He's trying to tell you how to do. He's trying to say basically..

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"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"It's a blessing and not a curse just a little like we will be in the ocean ocean sulfide on my gosh and he will hear the train from the ocean any listen hands up and he's like dad. Dad is pointing that way to to to to. I couldn't get there and now if i had a jet pack and he doesn't understand it so that's me looked so sadly sadly car. You're betraying me. I would've sat. I'm like goner so that's a little frustrating. I'm ready to just uh camp out. We needed his camp next to the train tracks in car. Live jokes go through the campground. Thank gosh it's so challenging uh-huh birthday party yeah. We'll just hang out of the train kev right next of are we gonna do for his birthday party don. I know it's coming up some way better than his for kin first birthday. I'm not invading anyone of this next birthday. Just you you and me and jenner gunnar well. He's just included and <hes> yeah. We go like miss own. He loves the bounce house. We should just get him his own bounce house like the maze one he'd have so much doing aren't gonna thank goodness. Call the taco guy and you could be here. He does throughout the whole bam he really does. It's a pretty sure we're not going to see his most recent party that we discussed last week in house. It is a feeling i think it was some tests footage now speaking a trial whoever showed me speaking of whitney port actually texted me and apologized raised to spencer well. She said i probably shouldn't have said it out. Loud and i'm very sorry yeah. I said i appreciate that while she wrote i'm. I'm not doing my youtube channel anymore because it's upsetting people i said i don't care about your. Do you do what you said about spencer and she wrote back. I am very very sorry. You know what i really thank you. I really appreciate that and i do so she didn't have to do that. Obviously she was reflecting whatever her motives. It's all good. I appreciate the apology for you. Yeah i mean i still had to do my live tweeting my cosmo recap so i definitely you know sure she's are still be but that's i said i don't care about your youtube channel. Gotta say commentary totally fine as she said at the dinner party. It's tongue-in-cheek get that all good whatever she's the one who obviously had the problem. It's so funny he will say you buy. You don't like spencer's recap. It's funny. She does the same thing now but anyways. I don't care about that. I don't care what she says on issues when she goes over the line anyway so it's all good i'm glad she apologized moving on i haven't we already have moved on from that but <hes> that's great update. Thank you also extras. Recap is just so funny because i talk about the holdups of the hills. What everyone talks about in the scenes and then i have like a little paragraph about that scene and all over. I've done here on eleven. I'm i'm not complaining here but all over the news media all my favorite incredible platforms are sharing quotes from the couso recap about just something thing that's so does to me that i don't understand people not watching the show. Though it's like spencer says that miley n. Caylin must've i have had a motion relationship if not physical before brody and kill umbro watching the hills <hes> duh they were just just having a baby so how they were just talking about a baby allies episode at dow matching tattoos with her now allege. I haven't heard anything confirmed but whatever they are girlfriends. I don't know again allegedly. Whatever is legally okay to say. There are just so there's no way how do you jump. How do you go from just last episode talking about baby to now. I have a girlfriend and i travel the whole world with her. Her and we're bringing out. There's no way you just if you were just friends. All oh my god sparks just hit like lightning bolts. I know you're already haven't spent little slumber parties over there. You know as friends whatever i'm just saying..

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"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Welcome to new of <unk> spidey famous again. We have a lot going on. We're here in the household spend a week of adventures. I don't even know where to start. Let's just start with today so i took her to. This play place ed venture park amazing so much fun. I went my friend and she took her daughter. Who's a little bit younger than governor but i would think she's even older than gutter. She is seventeen months unspoiled climbing up all the ropes on the ceiling. Things like there's this rope that goes up to like this cage. Net thing that runs along the ceiling. It's so oh insane i went up with governor and he started crying when he like look down was so much like spotting him and i'm very helicopter mom ish and she's very not that way okay and laid back and lets her daughter like jump and do all this and so it made me think like maybe i am too much of a helicopter mom. Maybe i need to let go a little bit but it might nerves my nerves freak out. I'm like he's doing this doing that. I don't know and it's in my body and but it was so fun seeing her be able to like let go in her daughter's like going here and going. There and i'm like you know what i just think. I need to let go a tiny bit and let him blossom. My friend also probably thinks i'm so crazy. She never who says that but i'm like you're letting your daughter eat popcorn. She's like yeah i am. I'm like well. What does she jokes and she's like she's fine. She's going to be fine. She eats it all the time okay and then she's like letting her daughter. You let your daughter do that. He <hes> she can stand on the chair or whatever i'm like. Oh my gosh my mind and like she's gonna fall off the chair. She's gonna flip backwards open. She's gonna fall in that in that well guess what she doesn't and she's fully fine and the fact that she can go and do more things gives her the confidence in the ability you to do it so it was just opening seeing all the different parents and at this museum you really have to watch out for the big kids because their parents are like nearby i but they're not like helicopter brands there. I was there to start a click yeah helicopter. We've told that story before told story anyways there were some moms but a few of them let their kids just like run around like kind of knock over vigor kids and i was right. There like gunners bodyguard. I would have thrown a kid across the paul's you say not really. I just said no joke anyway. I i would say to the kid i was like. Please watch or like watch your body because no this kid would have just jumped. One of the kids almost jumped on and i'm like oh. Please don't throw balls in this direction and i am saying that to governor to. I'm not letting him like throw balls <music> at people and i said that if you tons a length please kinda we're going to have to get out if she threw balls near there but i was the only mom in the ballpit as up flu blyden martina take any photos of you. She was busy to oh. I can't believe i was not. There's this owes it among date bad mom's it was so funny though yeah i was in a bowl my god why isn't there. This is patent pending trademark khaneh eh. This is intellectual property. Wasn't there cross fit. Moms sincere such that youtube show helicopter moms. Tom show alice starring it got you. Hey god they don't even have half of it. So inglenook grow wine china's in credible. We need to go back. There and napa garner had at the time of his life. I'm so glad that i went and the reason i ended up going was because spencer throughout his back yesterday. Why don't you tell everyone about that. Sweet spins around says you have the best voice radio. I'm just listen to hear enjoying. It only cop out..

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Progress cargo freighter lifts off, heading to space station

Orlando's Morning News

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Progress cargo freighter lifts off, heading to space station

"To that were listing to this lunch in Russia this is an unmanned Russian and thirty seconds to launch at this point the ground propellant feed would've been terminated yeah this is a Russian progress cargo freighter it's set for lift off from Kazakhstan on top of this so use booster and that is going to run to the international space station this is not a manned mission that were listening in on her right shin currently flying over Turkmenistan about cross over is back a stand and then the southern border of Kazakhstan the position of the ISS at the time of launch course they try to that's part of that orbital mechanics ago this we use will be switching to internal power to make sure that the that the or national stress is as close as possible when they launch that so doesn't bring up all of its field you don't chasing it for days they try to make sure that the I. S. S.'s right above them when they launch them hi this is coming to a set of Kazakhstan and they should be at about forty five seconds to launch here this is that the the back in or Cosmo drone in because that offers them the local tower retracting it'll take about nine minutes from the launch pad to get the progress cargo freighter into orbit takes only about nine minutes after the bell tower mostly sunny and started a few clouds in Kazakhstan the booster is let looks like then I can imagine is throwing up yeah they don't have a traditional countdown like we would expect and lift off I think we call it anti can lift off of the progress progress seventy three on its way in the fast lane to the international space station usually they'll have an ambient noise microphone out there as well and you can hardly hear the rocket they don't have an ambient noise everything looking good so far those four strap on boosters providing the initial lift of the vehicle will burn for one minute fifty eight seconds all right so they go it says seems to be just fine we'll keep you updated if it is not but that lunch just moments ago a resupply mission to the international space

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Neil Degrasse Tyson, Hayden Planetarium And Manhattan discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Neil Degrasse Tyson, Hayden Planetarium And Manhattan discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Celebrity astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson will keep his job as head of the Hayden planetarium at Manhattan's American museum of natural history this after the museum concluded its investigation into sexual misconduct charges against him a museum spokesperson said in a statement Thursday that based on the results of the investigation Tyson quote remains an employee and director of the Hayden planetarium ends quotes fox and National Geographic clear Tyson to return to the air on his television series Star talk and Cosmo's after investigating the same

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"cosmo" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"One point or another. In a woman's life. They've probably wondered what's the best way for me to hit on a man in public their philosophies on this first, there's the natural technique where you just walk over and let the conversation flow naturally. And then there's the Cosmo philosophies where are you come up with an elaborate plan and do something dramatic, and borderline crazy. To grab their attention. And prove that you're different from all of the other girls sound like such a good idea. And luckily for us 'cause MO has not disappointed again because they just came out with a brand new article this week called ten genius ways to successfully hit on men in public. Usually they fail very hard at trying to give advice. Let's see if they were able to follow through with this new article. Let's see what they're recommending women do number ten walk up to him and tell him that you forgot your phone password and need help opening it. Raging idiot. Remember how to get into your phone? Men love helping women in distress. Even though he obviously won't know your password. It's a good way to get a conversation started. Then after a few minutes, you can subtly. Remember it and say that he was the one that helped you think of it? It's always good to dumb yourself down as much as possible. Yeah. Cosmo is a women's magazine do such a disservice to women they really do they make it seem like it's the nineteen fifties. And you got to walk up a bat your eyes and be like. I don't know. How you help me with my password or it could be really bad. If you walk up and said, hey, can you help me with the with guys? Like, yeah. I know it. For quite a while. Let's get a little strange number nine ask if he has any good recommendations for good seafood. Tacos nearby. Okay. He will be so happy getting to explain directions to you. Like, I don't even see. I don't know. We're talking. Up your phone and open yell per trip adviser. I have no idea. Chances are you'll bond over your mutual love for well prepared taco. You might even need hot sauce because the conversation will be so spicy. Number eight tap him on the shoulder. And be like, hey, do you go to the YMCA? Like, essentially asking do you go to the gym? Yeah. And then it says a Winnie answers you suddenly let him know that you have your own hashtag fitness goals. They put hashtag. Hashtag fitness goals in the article. And it says that you have your hashtag fitness goes as well guys love to talk about the gym, and you can even touch his muscles and comment on how big they are. Because that's what happens. A lot of fish tacos. Appropriate. It's like a guy who's never been to the gym ever. And you're just feeling is like. You're so big and strong. The no, I'm not at all. Actually, these are the top ways for ladies to pick up. A man, according to a brand new Cosmo article number seven if you spot a Cutie listening to his tunes. I love the way they describe this. Yeah. If you spot a Cutie listening to his tens Yaakov is headphones and ask hey got any new music. I think that's an invitation to get punched in the. Is my headphones. Don't. It says,.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Somebody else. Standing, behind Jordan Talk, to her and then unfortunately Jordan started talking to just deal with these scraps Drinks. And then that's where Nissar? Yeah I saw, her I complimented her. On, her shoes and. What are you drinking and she, said I'm having a. Cosmo. Ooh that sounds. Good I think, I'll have one too and so a gospel okay I. Mean I don't normally drink. Cosmos, but it was. Just you know I just kept. Going back to the bar? And kept ordering, myself cosmos and did. You, buy her Cosmo's. Too though I'm just making sure, just the first one. Okay And another that you seem? Like you're a Cosmo like alcoholic at that. Point Yeah And she called me out on. It that's. Cute, yeah she's, like are you a big Cosmo drinker? Now. So. Yeah Drink Cosmo's all the time? Yeah, cosmos Really no not really I don't really drink beer but was a good excuse to talk. To, you Oh you smart, and, seem. Sincere what. Was her response? To, that she. Thought it was pretty cute and she's like oh me that's weird but tonight Yeah Weirdo but I still think you're a good. Person You, had a enjoyable conversation with her, though I mean and then on the third trip I offered to buy her another one and. I. Sorta ditch my? Friends and, sat next door okay and your friends, of course we're watching this whole thing and They were, very cool about it they know I'm pretty shy and these kind of things and they were. Just. Like sums up? I mean, after three Cosmo's nobody's shy anymore Yeah it took. About three to get me to do it So how did the night in for you guys I mean she said, she, had to go meet some, friends, and I was like oh. Boyfriend and she was like no. I'm, meeting with a call I don't think I'd love her Hang out? With you, sometime and we exchanged numbers and that was that we we texted a, bit, afterwards okay and is that, when, the texting mistake happened that. You talked about in your Email So basically. I have another friend named, Jordan and he's a guy friends and I mixed up the, techs I uh what he message me that he went out with a new, girl last night and joked. I. Texted him and said you should probably get an check their like seventy five dollars Yeah What did she write? Back like? Why The, first response was like dot? Dot dot Yeah Oh and I was just like when I realized my stakeouts, like oh my. God I'm so. Sorry that was a. Joke I have another friend named. Jordan Oh totally, did not mean. To send that. And it just made. Me look more and more guilty Thinks that you're writing to? Some, girl. Telling her that she needs to, go get an STV check because she slept with you Yeah yeah All, right well I can see why she's not going out on a date. With, you Yeah I mean so, it doesn't look good and so that's why I've contacted you guys because seems really great and. I feel. Like, I'd be missing out if I didn't try to give her an SDS.

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"cosmo" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"cosmo" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And comments we're all we tagger so we're talking before we get back to oxford college because patty did mention something about our tour guide we had through oxford by the it was a young kid by the name of cosmo and i want to talk about him because he was cosmo cosmo but we didn't you did mention the food john mentioned the food all throughout the tour they were provided lunches and dinners and breakfasts for us that we got to really experience a lot of the local fair and i'd mentioned fishing ships but along with fish and chips and other staples lamb fish you know in general i think we had salmon and other qods and things like that throughout the trip that were what was it hake hake yeah was another fish yeah and they prepare them differently you know i had this piece of lamb that i thought was a croutons and it was a fried breaded piece of lamb it was delicious i never had i mean i've had chicken fried steak or but i've never had fried breaded square crew thanh lam yes i truly thought it was a crude on on my play and not until they cut into it or tried to bite it did i realize it was a piece of leaf and and then you know desserts eaten mess the classic with it would i could i do you know could i say that's a classic english dessert or is it ran into the messes before we were yeah when we went to england before so i don't know so maybe they know or been around for a while is a combination of cream whipped cream but not whipped cream from the sense of whipped cream is more like a fodder cream yeah and then broken up rang meringue fresh seasonal fruits stri the time it was strawberries and blueberries and drizzled with kind of a syrup and it was just called the eton mess and it was a spectacular desert but you know a lot of other varieties of dessert as well a seasonal ice creams that's the one thing in again it could have been a little bit where we were going but they definitely had a lot of of food that was current with what was growing or the time you know they didn't try to reinvent the wheel and make things that were unavailable you know with food fair and you know i think that that's i think that it was consistent throughout the trip that whatever wherever we were we had food that was represented where you were we were geographically yeah in so spectacular great tasting food and i will say the other thing along with food and this surprise john a bit because i'd never been to england before but i was.

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"cosmo" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"cosmo" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Leading me and giving me things to drink a somebody just posted ladies how did you get that mark or bruise on your leg natasha will serve you i get all the time and plan because you're a klutz guys i hear her falling all the time i just always 'em multitasking i'm always doing like a lot of things all at once so you're working on the computer and i hear the loudest boom it sounds like a truck at our house she's hitting me on something again fallen down the fear it's because i'm holding so many things but mark i got my mark it will it's called a cosmo tattoo does anyone know what that is kroner things and i didn't know you know you're not supposed to squeeze her legs together i because i almost fell off its i squeeze my legs together and my leg hit the engine tailpipe and the world's worst burn and they told me that it happens all the time to women so they cosmo tattooed out and she didn't even say anything you guys like we just kept she burned it early on and because she didn't want to ruin the fun we're out there kind of dating is earlier in our in our relationship she does burn was on her and she didn't say anything i look later and i go what happened she goes it's okay i'm like that's not okay the skin was melted off i o selena why do you have a marker bruise on your leg hey i get bruises all my legs all the time caught see to know this is the here's the thing i never know where they come from like i will go out one night and the next day there's like a bruise on my thigh or i have i still to day like i can't pinpoint anytime where i've fallen hit my leg on something i don't know.

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"cosmo" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"cosmo" Discussed on Triangulation

"Type of dependencies occur across many demands i think it's a challenge to across the entire tech world i know we're going a little bit off topic of your specific fields of study but it's not every day i get to talk to neuroscientist so i thought questions in to go anywhere true well that's what's so amazing when thinking about how you started watching cosmo's and this morning i was talked i did an interview about space travel and they're so similar really mean like one is just how far can we get out there and your studies how far can we get in there and just the similarities are amazing bit it's true i i was watching cousins i wanna be an astronomer that was so fascinating to me the infinite complexity and how little we knew or understood and still do and then i discovered all the math involved in the physics and it was interesting but it just didn't appeal to me the way biology starting appealing to me i just had more of a connection with people that felt that it would be better served turning my attention inwards to the brain and the mind rather than outwards to space but i feel the same amount of excitement when i think about the universe and its expansiveness and when you think about the expansiveness of of the human mind so that was a really good switch for me so tell us about neuro racer the game you develop the game you made it but instead of putting out there to compete with call of duty to you decided to put it through fda clinical trials.

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"cosmo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cosmo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Get tight and tone fast those are the g rated your writings you can read on the on the cover write this stuff the new science of better i can't read that instant note not read that one see what's what's so weird is that cosmopolitan magazine was founded years ago as part of the women's movement because women wanted a a fairer place or a fair shake in the world and cosmo basically said we're here we can talk about these things we can you know put put put you know women pretty women on the cover and we can talk about really intimate zaria go there you go and and and women by the magazine now the national centre on sexual exploitation has said they have talked to walmart and walmart's polling cosmo so they're pulling cosmo for the same reason cosma was founded way back when i don't think they're pulling it for the reason that they're saying they're pulling it i think this is my guess everybody wants to be so politically correct these days i mean overly politically correct guy right my guess is this i don't know if i'm right maybe sales are down and putting it in front of everybody when they are going to check out if maybe the magazine isn't selling as well as it used to be cosmo's decision.

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"cosmo" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cosmo" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"A few of them support both but cosmo supports five it supports it supports those two eight five five well there supposedly from academia there are fifty some odd distill identifiable consistency levels is yesterday there are the the two extremes strong and eventual and then cosmos supports three others it supports though it basically an in order from from strongest consistency and then moving towards lowest latency best overall throughput him performance right you have you have strong consistency which of course gives you the the worst overall latency but gives you that that strong transactional guarantee you have something called bounded staleness which is basically eventual consistency with an upper bound yonsei instead of saying it's eventually consist in and we don't really we on only guarantee would eventual means you you as a adopter of the service say i want bounded staleness and this is the maximum time or the maximum number of versions of that that i allow that my application is okay with the data getting out of date round so you do you can do that and it gives you a little bit better performance that really what it is it's your it cost you less from a the request units it costs a little bit less than using strong consistency after that you have something called section consistency which is very good for applications that have a inherit notion of a section so we're talking about iot before you a every device is pushing pushing its own vans may be doing maybe reading its own state a little bit when it boots backup right that's kind of inherently implicitly accession so that works very well if you use that then for example you avoid problems lake.

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"cosmo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"cosmo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This morning in the deaths of four missing bucks county man joining us live with the latest this kyw mike denardo mike a source tells the ap that 20yearold cosmo denardo no relation to this reporter confessed to killing the men separately after selling them marijuana and then burning their bodies that his family's farm in seoul berry and the source says denardo had an accomplice the inquirer reports a person of interest was taken into custody late last night in the eight hundred block of mcgee avenue in lawn crust that person has not been charged this while that painstaking search of a mass grave continues at the denardo family familyfarm where so far one body has been positively identified the ap reports at least three of the victims were shot after the drug transactions and the victim's bodies were burned now bucks county de a math through wine trove is not commenting or confirming word of a confession he is expected to provide an update on the investigation this morning at eleven with more on the confession here's is kyw andrew kramer that apology came from cosmo denardo shortly after telling authorities his role in the disappearance of jimmy patrick tom mio march sturgis and dean finish ero confessed to the participation of the commission of four murders attorney paul anka says denardo told police where three of the bodies are located finish hours remains were found behind find the sole berry township home denardo s family owns buying says in exchange for the confession denardo was promised he would not receive the death penalty negotiated this outcome for cosmo to be very honest forthright truthful in what occurred within the last week and a half denardo was arrested two times this week most recently authorities say eight for stealing a car owned by me oh andrew kramer.

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