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Google's Kent Walker on Ethical AI
"Kill walker. I oversee a global affairs group and cool that includes policy legal. Our trust and safety work are philanthropy and are responsible innovation teams. I've been working in the technology sector for quite some time actually grew up palo alto at a time when silicon valley was just coming into being as a as a phrase and it's been fascinating to see the growth and development of technology and how intersecting all across our societies ever since and part of your work then at google is overseeing the ai principles document. I presume and then the implementation of those principles within google. That's right we've been working on the yeah principles for some time. It may actually be helpful to go a little bit of a a history starting in maybe twenty sixteen. It was clear that hey i was going to be bigger. And bigger part of our product portfolio. Google translate just to take one example went from having a translation of say a six year old which was helpful in that grade to having the translation ability of a teenager. Not perfect but pretty. Good through the application of ai. Over the course of a summer and that kind of remarkable improvement in performance really started down the path of saying not only yet what are other applications. We could be exploring but at the same time. What are the implications of doing that. How do we make sure we drive the technology for it but we drive the thinking around ethics and how and when these new tools should be used so that was a big part of our effort. I think starting in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen. We were plenty other people. From across the company anti-people historians ethicists etcetera to start to creamer framework. As to how we think about this
"creamer" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
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"creamer" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
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Got no milk: Nestle creates vegan KitKat bar
"Got no milk a kit kat bar for vegans is on the way Nestle says it's working on a vegan version of a kit kat bar while the Swiss company did not spell out the exact formula for the new treat it said it would soon have a delicious plant based option that delivers the perfect balance between crispy wafer and smooth chocolate that people know and love the company says it already has launched plant based alternatives to dairy that are found in its non dairy ice cream and coffee creamers the new trade will be called the K. cat V. but I won't be coming to the United States where the tree is produced under a licensing agreement with her she's actually out there
New York woman, 70, filmed allegedly poisoning husband's coffee with roach killer
"Was allegedly caught on video. Poisoning her husband's coffee with ant and roach killer prosecutors they're saying happened more than once, but the incident caught on film happened last week. Police say the white powder 70 year old Soon Chota Nerva of New York City was caught putting into her husband's coffee wasn't just bad. Insta Creamer. Prosecutors say the boric acid in the ant and roach killer made her husband's sick but did not kill him. His wife's facing several charges. He paved the way for Asian filmmakers like Ang
"creamer" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Out of Creamer. Key race alert. The key race alerts. Are you cold this morning Freezing this morning. What's going on in your house? You have heat there something No, I have the heat on for some reason. It's very warm and toasty upstairs in my bed when I came downstairs, and it's freezing down here, I just have one little event. I guess too little, but they don't. They're not very powerful. And so it's just It's always very cool down here to check it. It's not that they're not powerful. Something might be going on. You know, it's just a very light little warm. Proof that comes out approved that comes up. It could be in the venting system. Sometimes it's like a little damp or something could be turned the wrong way inside. That's not me Mansplaining doing Jump? Oh, no, I appreciate this. And also sometimes you know the duct, Khun get ripped or torture something seriously Attic and then they air flows. Not there. We had one in our attic That was totally just unattached. It was just throwing like cool air into erratic and I'm like what would I know the system is very old in my unit, but yeah, I should probably get it looked at. I've had problems in my attic up there with my air conditioning for years. And so now that you know, barely use my heat, But I turned it on last night, and something is going on down here. Yeah, especially if it is a different than previously. That's always been a warm poof, warm right, but it's good airflow up top. Yeah, Great Zen. It's got to be. Ah, damped er is set the wrong way Or you need to turn one or there could be a rip in one of the Like whatever is it feeding the downstairs? Wanna know? Yeah. Check into that. I will welcome us. What, Ideo. Thank you. Notice the man splinter. Embrace it. Just embrace it..
"creamer" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"And which ones are scheduled it into a longer history like so for example, right the Detroit falcons as most hockey historians, and I don't consider myself one, but I I do some crack research on the side thought they were you know, obviously the Detroit Red Wings of today very well known and long established, but there were two incarnations along their early history as the Cougars and the Falcons. Obviously e With their own logos and and looks but I'm assuming those got folded into the Red Wings versus them being separately called out on like let's say the California seals and or the Cleveland Barons who neither of which exist anymore that the team terminated after Cleveland but get their own separate entries in this book. So I guess what I'm getting at is where do you draw the line on on a separation and an a versus a continuation I guess of story. Well a lot of it had to do with you know identities right and I'll get to the Detroit cougars Falcons example in a second. But then you look at the California golden seals in Cleveland Barons despite, you know officially being the same franchise. Those are two distinct identities, right the fact that they moved that's part of the story. However, the golden seals name colors logos have absolutely nothing to do with the Cleveland Browns name colors and and a logo same goes with the Carolina Hurricanes in the Hartford Whalers same franchises. Two distinct looks completely separate of each other. Now you look at a team like the Calgary Flames of the Dallas Stars. We merged the Calgary in Atlanta Flames together same name same colors, they moved but essentially in terms of identity, they changed their logo and and nothing more same with the Minnesota North Stars the Dallas Stars, they even kept the same logo when they moved so really it makes sense to keep that chapter together the Detroit Red Wings Falcons cougars along with the Toronto Maple Leafs Saint Pat's Arenas. That's the same franchise their thoughts as the same team as the same identity. So we treated that more of a change in logo or color scheme that also had a name change. It's it's really one team one home group together. It made it a lot cleaner. Otherwise we could end up with something like seventy chapters. If we you know, we could have done a California golden seals chapter could have done a Oakland seals chapter Etc birth. I could have done seven chapters on the seals alone. If we went with every name change. It just makes sense to group things together a little more like that little cleaner..
Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84
"Please write an aids activist Larry Kramer has died at the age of eighty four his husband David Webster tells The New York Times Kramer died of pneumonia I marquees are a letter with a look at creamer's career Larry Kramer earned an Oscar nomination for his nineteen sixty nine screen play adaption of the DH Lawrence novel women in love he also wrote the screenplay for lost horizon and the plays the normal heart the destiny of me and sissy scrapbook Kramer and his friends founded the group gay men's health crisis in nineteen eighty one to address the aids epidemic before it was even known as aids in nineteen eighty seven he founded the aids coalition to unleash power or act up a group that pushed for policy changes to help people living with aids
Whipped Coffee With a Little Something Extra
"With. Coffee is the thing about this. We've tried to let me guess you're selling it on the side. You have a whip coffee. Stand out front everybody. Everybody here's in social media except for my husband and I but they keep us in check of what everything so we've been trying at all. Okay so I so. My cousin wanted to try with by the way update. My cousin is quarantining with me Since last week because she needed a place to live and I helped her out. So that's why I mentioned cousin now so now I have a roommate until my solitary bliss went out the door. Now pincher perils so. But it's been nice. It's been nice having somebody to not talk to okay so we're both very private person. I love her so we get each other. It's wonderful all right. So let's try and making that web coffee. We're trying to think of like something fun to do together. And so we made with coffee and I thought it was just fine. Basically what you do is you just take instant coffee. And you whisk it with milk and cream or whatever and sugar and and and make it into a like a whipped cream with coffee in it and then put it in some milk. We have almond milk here because Avirgan House so we did it. Almond meal does it. I have all been creamer so get into it and so it does it works and so we did that. And I'm like I like this but I want a little something in if you know what I mean so. We had some no put peanut butter in it bitch. I made a whipped peanut butter. Coffee Iced drink and it was delicious so I recommend putting some peanut butter in it but you might have to heat up the peanut butter like water it down with some cream and like make it more Viscous so that you can actually whip it with the rest of the ingredients. So that's what I've been
How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster
"Squawk pod president. Trump's Day of pardons and commutations clemency for former Illinois Governor Blagojevich. And if you're asking me what my party affiliation is. I'm a trump credit and junk bond king. Mike Milkin we hear from Jim. Stewart the journalist who wrote the book on the nineteen eighties insider trading scandals. These particular Crohn's did create tremendous amount of collateral damage. The nation's top antitrust enforcer making delver hime on the controversial sprint t mobile merger. This is serious stuff. This affects the economy. It affects millions of jobs and the corona virus outbreak hitting small business one Amazon seller with factories in China. We really expect the disruption to Be hitting US hardest actually next month in March and April. Those stories plus some birthday celebrations. Where are the fireworks and balloons? They got nothing I asked for those. I'm CNBC producer. Katie creamer it's Wednesday. February nineteenth twenty twenty. Squawk pod begins right now standbys. Joe In three she one of my good morning and welcome the squawk box here and I live from stage in the star of stage and screen. Kelly is with us this morning. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. You still on the exchange later. Are you still doing? I have done the exchange and we tried to keep the warm. I'm Joe Kernan. That's interesting we both done. The Exchange Kelly Evans is the star of the essential here today. Because Becky is off But just for today and then you got a long day not that not that long and join us for the next two hours. Liz Young probably has a long day. You have to go to work if there's going down. And you're directing all markets really and you're directing all market strategy. Advan y Mellon that takes time dow down. That's traveling salesperson. Okay that's all right too big client or something a few of them. Yeah who'll be there till Friday so you'll be there you can close the deal. Is that what you do you know how to do that? I guess I'm GonNa try stockbroker you know how you got to ask alternative choice questions. You'd like to buy this better for you and I like that. I can answer alternative of choice. Quite you do show. She doesn't get on a plane unless there's money to be new but you do everything you do should be closing though you should close more. You should be closing. I'm close did you see. What is it close? Gary you are. You couldn't stay away yesterday. Called in you had to go to news it was. It was actually did that work but I appeal for your vacation. Day since you essentially worked yesterday and you did not have the day off on the same emails that was you didn't get it. Thank you for your half day. I hadn't even thought about very good idea. Who's a very good idea to comfortable with this calling in? Yeah Yeah our colleagues at some other places as is it. One hundred and eighty. Well you gotTA stand at the end of city one hundred eighty days. If you're going to have. Could you eighteen the tax rate? Would you come clean or would you pretend that you're here? Would you let him pretend Bingo? I WanNa tell you about chairs of Blue Apron because they are swinging wildly after yesterday's close. Here's tapping here's what happened. Rather the company said it is exploring strategic options. That's usually euphemism for yet. Just putting itself on the Block. Basically the company coming up that announcement coming after its fourth quarter. Report showed ninety four million dollars in sales and a net loss of nearly twenty two million dollars. Customers fell from five hundred fifty seven thousand twenty eighteen to three hundred fifty one thousand by the end of two thousand. Nineteen the meal kit to deliver service. That it's considering merging with other companies and raising more money stock initially surged twelve percent. But now I can see that stock is now off eight percent. And that's what happens when you push up your sales through marketing. They were spending spending. But here's what blows me away. I get advertisements for new meal kit companies. I don't know about all the time ones. I've never even heard of anybody getting into this business. I don't know I've never used it and use it here and there but basically what I get a free week or something in and those big cards in the mail. There's a new one every week. I don't know who thinks that they're gonNA be able to make money if the biggest one in the industry could make your point Andrew unless they were constantly marketing from direct to consumer come. They're all realizing. Oh my gosh. If we don't plaster the entire world with ads constantly on every podcast any maybe we should get him on the spot. If some more if I do a meal kit it's going to be neutra systems can just. That's a different different kinds of things. The Diet Kim died Kim. But I'm saying if I ever were for men right. There's a different one for men. I think. Yes has more calories. I see guys get really thin on TV. I've watched you've seen that I have. They ever has lot. Does it work do you
Kindness From Our ... Exes?
"Wanted to talk about breakups today. Right I mean right. What else should we talk about on Valentine's Day but we do have a little twist because after all this is kind world and we see compassionate and the unlikeliest of situations including terrible breakups. So one of our colleagues here at WBZ. You ARE LISA. Creamer suggested we ask this question. What's the nicest thing an ex? That is an ex boyfriend girlfriend. Significant other has done for you. I love that idea so much. I decided to post it on social media and I got some responses. Do you want to hear them? Yes absolutely okay. Cool so one woman said picking me up. When I was walking somewhere in the rain it would've been a two mile long. Walk any changed. My car's oil that same evening. That's pretty impressive. That is really nice. That's very nice number. Two apologized and own their mistakes k. Maturity shows growth absolutely and then this one. When I moved about ten years ago my ex was the only person who showed up to help true friend. Status Moving for life for sure is a pain and of course one of my favorites. This is kind of obvious. One disappeared like he never existed. But I I get it. It'd be like that sometimes. Do be like that sometimes. But Further Record Yasmeen. I have not come up with a good answer to this question. I'm not really sure what that says about me. You know what I think is. You're completely normal. I mean I respect my ex's but you know time to move on but a few friends and colleagues around us do have these really great stories and we decided to ask a handful of them starting with our intern if Ryan Hernandez what is the nicest thing your ex has done for you so a couple of summers ago. We broke up around April ish but had already applied to this summer camp as a counselor and I needed a reference so I listed her as a reference and. She told me later that they call her back way. This was supposed break-up post break up. I just still had her listed as a reference because we had worked previously in a tutoring GIG and they called her up and to give me a reference. Did you get the job? I did not get the job. What if this was a bad reference it really I mean led by Ghazi Bygones? I think she might have given me a good reference so these guys with me and the camp but you know. I don't think it's her. I don't blame her high Taylor. Hi Okay I have a question for you. What's the nicest thing your ex has ever done for you? I think the nicest thing man did was break up with me and the first thing that was that was a good call. We let me keep his sweatshirts. Wait did you just keep sweatshirts without telling him? Yeah but he didn't come get him. I'm Jack Lepe ours and I am the mid day host. Wr Okay. What is the nicest thing an ex has ever done for you? Hus- break-up I think the nicest thing that has ever not done for me but I think offered to do for me was to my cat while I went away for a week and I'm talking to my girlfriend at the time and I said well my ex offered to watch our cat while we're gone for a week and she goes. Are you OK leaving our beloved baby boy cat in the hands of your ex and I was like no no no no? It's fine. The sex loves cats even more than I love cats as so it'll be fine and it was very sweet? Hi My name is mark. He's nil and I am an engineer. One of my ex girlfriends. We was on the way to be broken up and she helped me graduate high school. The only consider that Nice. It was just really just kind of like whatever that's not whatever not finishing high school. I mean if you if you ask me you know what I'm saying. I mean. She helped because she felt because she helped me be in the position. Not Finish. Who so it's like but it was a while situation so I was in high. School was a wild boy. Wasn't doing really well my senior year and my girlfriend at the time we was on our way to break it up or whatever but because she was going to go to college in North Carolina and we kind of knew that that was kind of but she helped me like get my papers done lake turning all my papers and pass my test and stuff and we broke up. The rest is history. My Name's Maria Garcia and I'm the senior editor of the artery which is debut arts and culture team so Maria we want to know what is the nicest thing your ex has done for you This person who I dated took care of my childhood barbies in my childhood Barbie furniture for over a year in his storage the free of charge and every month would send me like the nicest gentle reminders. It wasn't actually about the barbies itself. It was about all of the handmade furniture that went with the barbies so growing up. We were working class. I love barbies but my parents couldn't afford the cool Barbie accessories so my mom would like get Styrofoam or like leftover cardboard and she would shape them into like couches and it's it sounds really makeshift describing them. But they were really beautiful and then she would go to the fabric store and like buy fabric and make Barbie furniture. You know the barbies represented the lengths that my mother would go to to lake. Provide me with a beautiful childhood. Even though we didn't have a whole lot of money so I logged these homemade toys from apartment to apartment until I moved with my ex and then we store them in his garage even when I had like nothing to give and return to him right that it wasn't like a exchange like he was just like he cared about me as a human being he saw he was like okay. She once was a child who really cared for these things and even though I'm not with her I am going to be a good steward of this thing that I know to. Her core is really meaningful to her. So it's nice to have that memory with an
The Intermittent Fasting Episode
"All right so people out there who don't know what intermittent fasting is or why they should consider doing it. Can we talk a little bit about that. Just like a quick overview of what it is and is it solely for weight loss or other other benefits as well. Yeah that's a great question and I mean interface. Intermittent fasting in and of itself is just extended periods of not eating eating. And so there's a lot of different types which we can go into. But it's you know fasting for a period of time more than just an overnight fast which most of us do anyways unless you wake up in the middle of the night with a good president of us so you know and it's something really you know I know it's it's in the news now and it's very timely but it's around when you think about it in different religions and cultures all over the world for thousands of years so this is nothing new and I think if anything I'd love your audience understand that this really is not a diet fad. I this is one of the most scientifically validated and there continues to be more more and more research looking at different aspects of intermittent fasting and while many people started for weight loss. There's actually a lot of research showing that it helps. UPS with diseases like diabetes and prediabetes. When done correctly it can help with heart health and it can even help with longevity some some of the scientific basis of restricting food for a period of time that type of stress that that causes on your body can actually stimulate your or basically your cells to regenerate themselves better so there's actually maybe some anti-aging benefits to it and and healing benefits? Let's from this time restricting your food and fasting for certain periods of time so scientifically yes. Weight loss's a great bonus but even if you don't don't lose weight by doing this research has shown that you can help improve. How your body response to insulin? Thereby decreasing your risk of diabetes. And there's there's many different things it's actually very exciting and we're really starting to see more of the obesity meeting that. I went to actually in Las Vegas ironically in November are they did an entire symposium on this so this is really starting to move to the forefront of not just obesity medicine but general nutrition medicine a- as well that's amazing. I love hearing that because I have so many questions relating to that so before we even jump into those. Is there a period of time. That is a minimum period period of time to not eat in order to experience those benefits. Yeah I think most of the research looks at a minimum of sixteen hour fasts as your are easing into it. You can certainly start with even a twelve hour fast. I think there is clinical benefit to that And that really. You know if you think about historically how we used to eat before electricity and different Technology and that sort of thing really you would have dinner and then and when the sunset you know there wasn't much to do when you didn't have seven thousand channels on TV or Netflix or digital so people went to sleep so you know a seven to seven Kevin Window for eating. The twelve hours would be physiological but most of the research shows that it's really that sixteen hour mark of not eating and that where you begin to see the clinical benefits. And that's actually what I do. I do the sixteen eight and I was wondering and people out there are wondering as well L. is this. I know you're saying there other benefits but is it more of a calorie game like people are asking if they just sort of restrict their calories. Because if I'm only eating for eight hours I know him eating. Probably three to five hundred fewer calories than I normally eat on average if I eat those same number of calories and I spread it out throughout the day longer. You're you're saying that you won't lose weight quickly. You don't I'm saying that you're not gonna get all the benefits of it it it it's a different. It's different physiology. So that's simple caloric reduction what we're doing with intermittent fasting is. We're actually changing your metabolism your really voting by not giving giving the body fuel during a certain period of time. You get hormonal changes. That actually have benefits that far. Go beyond calories. So it's it's not the same at all there is actually something that's happening with our physiology with you know cell turnover with things called Mida Qendra. These are the powerhouses of your cell that generate energy. It's shown that increases the creation of new Mitochondria. I feel so much more energy doing it. What do report that? It's funny because I personally can't do it. I know that's crazy. I've tried it. I just I I really. I'm not sure which is is really important. Point is that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the sort of thing so I choose to try to get my longevity benefits from exercise and stress management although I'm not very good at that but You know there was all these things happening in your body increases. Something called a tough Aji which is basically when your body is cleaning up. The birdie cells are the dead cells in your body that toxic wait. Fasting can actually improve a tough G. So there's there's all these things on a cellular and biochemical hammock level. That are probably a little bit more exciting to people like me but you benefit from those by doing it and you don't even realize like those big words so I've I've also heard and I have friends that do this and they're like. Oh why I have coffee but I put cream. I put creamer in the coffee and the sixty calorie rule and as long as you don't exceed sixty calories salaries then you're still considered in fasting mode. What are your thoughts on that you know? I haven't seen any data to support that m you know all the studies. I'm sure that calories sneak in there. I would say if you are going to do that. Probably what I would discourage you from having any sugary Greek calories so a little bit of cream that has more fat to it may be okay but The sugar which then will trigger release of incident to insulin can really offset any of the benefits so or at least interfere. You Know I. It's interesting because some people think you know if if you feel like your blood sugars dropping really hungry you WanNa grab like a gummy bear or something to give you instant energy but you're saying that with throw off the fast more so I'm saying that would probably when we look at you know hormones like insulin that are going to respond very quickly to blood. I mean that's what you're doing. You're getting your blood sugar. But you're also triggering a release of insulin so not that it completely d d You know defeats the purpose but if we're really trying to follow it for optimal benefits I think trying to limit That sort sort of thing. You know but I've never heard of a sixty calorie rule. That's probably something made a made up. It sounds really cute. But there's nothing magic about the sixty galleries as far as Zeina from a scientific standpoint and a lot of people also want to know like what if you're super hungry and you have headaches like does that just mean fasting is not for you or is that something that will go away after you do it for a few days. I never experienced those things so I don't I don't know but a lot of people are saying they feel very like they're gonNA faint and they're are really hungry so what should they do. Yeah I think it's but maybe they that's the type of person that should ease into it a little bit more and start get their body. You know the other thing. That is very very interesting. Is that You know there's something called metabolic flexibility. which is your body's ability to go between carbohydrates and fat as as a fuel source and maybe some of those people I mean? Most of us have ample supplies of fat that we should be able to drawn to keep our blood sugar figgers stable. And that's you know that to keep our energy levels up to fuel our body we have storage forms of of of carbs in our muscle. Everybody he does so you know I would say with somebody like that. I would try to ease into it a little bit more. You know. It's a complex question. I mean but then again I mean for me. I really have a hard time with it. I have tried it I do. I feel like I get very hypoglycemic and I don't like how. Oh that feels that my feel whether or not you know I skip breakfast or dinner and neither of those are good for me but but speaking of that you'll probably away. This may come up a little bit later but I think one of the biggest mistakes that I see with people who do intermittent fasting is choosing the wrong window and research is very clear that if your window is so for example if you do a twelve. PM To eight PM. That's worse for you than doing doing like a ten. Am to six PM. The earlier window is better. Because you're wait wait say that again. So you're saying you should not eat between twelve and eight it. It should your window of so for you. You have an eight hour window that you eat right. What time is that usually usually eleven to seven? Okay so yours adds no ten to six is better. That's what a lot of the research has been I think eleven to seven is more livable. The later it gets the worse it gets because what we know is that even if you're eating exactly the same thing we your body metabolize it different later in the day and in some cases I've seen with the time restricted feeding or intermittent fasting. They're all different names for the same thing with the later window. They actually have worse metabolic outcomes where their cholesterol and blood sugar get worse so the eating window is very important. So you can't save all of your calories and binge on a huge dinner and get the benefits. That's what I'm saying
A Saner Mindset For Weight Loss
"Okay. So there's a typical pattern to weight loss. And if you've ever gone on a diet you've you've probably experienced it. Basically people lose weight for the first four to six months and then they hit a plateau and then slowly they start to regain some or all of the weight they lost and sometimes they end up heavier than they started. There are a lot of biological reasons. Why weight loss's hard and we talked about those in episode two of the skied but there are some things we can control to an extent and those are the strategies in mindset? We use when approaching weight loss. One problem is that a lot of weight loss strategy start like minded with fat cabbage soup diet or the Cayenne pepper diet. Yeah remember that Queen Bay or some other crazy fed diet like I wasn't planning to eat cabbage soup sue forever you know just until the weight came off but after about a month pizzas started to look real real good to me like whole pie. Good it's hard to be restrictive for a very long time. That's Gary Bennet. He's a psychology professor and obesity researcher at Duke University. And he told me there's research showing that people apple kind of rebound after being on a really strict diet even if that diets more bounce than what I did and naturally people start to move back into moderation and then sometimes that let's see goes into a little bit more consumption and then you know things get a little bit off track so what Gary and Jonni both tell their patients and this is take away number one things that are are not done for good in the name of weight management lead to temporary results. And that's not generally what people are looking for in other words keeping weight off long term. I'm only happens if you liked the lifestyle. Gets you to that weight so much so that you actually stick to it short term crash diets. They're really not sustainable. Unless you like the life you're living while you're losing your weight you're probably not going to keep living that way and as a consequence that weight that you lost we'll come back and it was that philosophical shift that led me to the practice. I suppose that I I run today. Which is focused not on particular body weight goals? It's it's not on the body mass index. It's not on particular diet but rather it's trying to work with patients as individuals to figure out the healthiest life. They honestly enjoy. So if you're looking to lose weight and you go to Yonis practice. The first thing he would tell you is to stop thinking about weight itself like that number on the scale. Just just don't worry about it. We don't aim people at any numbers whatsoever in our office as far as Pounds on a scale or body mass indices or body fat percentages or clothing sizes sizes. I think all of the numbers are risky risky because our bodies and our genes are all built differently plus our job demands are different. Our environments are different are caregiving responsibilities. Wants abilities are different and all of that can affect our weight loss efforts so aiming for a specific number can set a lot of up to fail that's why Yoni says takeaway number to forget goalwards instead. Focus on behavior goals the analogy. I'll use regularly in. My Office is one of school. So if you've got a kid in school you know that that Kid's best grade is going to be whatever grade. They get when they go to class do their homework and study their best but by no means does everybody trying their best in school. Get an a plus. That's not how it works. And so the goal setting needs to be around the going to class doing your homework and studying and also needs to be realistic. Yanni loves a good analogy analogy. And you're going to hear from him in this episode but in this case when he says doing your homework he means adopting healthy behaviors for example. He really recommends trying to cook at home or often as for Gary he gives his patients a simple list of changes they can choose from for instance. Stop sugary beverage. Consumption huge for most people reduce alcohol intake. No more than one drink per night ECHINACEA that's harder for me. Maybe you you know. Stop eating chips cookies and candy right this those three no fast food. Do you do like four or five of those and your. You'll get pretty close to that five hundred calorie deficit each day a calorie deficit. That just means you're taking in fewer calories and you burn and that's how you lose weight but the weight-loss isn't the focus here the idea. Is that making. These changes can make you healthier regardless of how much weight lose are even if you don't lose any weight at all in other words their goals worth pursuing in of themselves and they're less likely to make you obsessive of course changing. Our behavior is easier said than done and this gets us to take away number three. Don't try to overhaul your behavior all at once instead. Start Small and let those changes snowball when it comes to weight management specifically people are so keen to suddenly have a black belt that they forget to get a black belt. you start with a white belt and fall down a whole bunch. Dan Slowly slowly over time with a lot of repetition. You build a skill set and I think healthy living is the same and when people try to suddenly have a black belt without taking that time to build up to it you know. They usually struggle and stop for a lot of people. Union says a good place to start as to just figure figure out what you're eating. I think one of the first things a person can do just like they would be doing if they were unhappy with their bank balance at the end of every month trying to understand what their spending ending patterns look like would be a great first step and I think the same is true about eating patterns eating habits now I am a fan of using food. Diaries I realize is that it's not for everybody but doing it for a few weeks would be a very eye opening thing for a lot of people where people will be keeping track of what they're eating when they're eating how much they're eating now. Joni said food. Diaries are not for everyone. If you have a history of eating disorders or tend to become obsessive about counting calories stay stay away from them because the trigger you but if he can look at the data dispassionately without self judgment food tracking can help you get to know yourself and your habits. That's when you can start taking stock of what you may or may not be able to change for instance. Maybe there's a food you can cut back on a couple of years ago. I started tracking and and I quickly realized that I was poring about four hundred calories worth of creamer into my coffee every morning. That was really eye opening so I cut back and eventually we realized just a spoonful was enough but a lot of people do find tracking their food too tedious. Even carry does. That's why he tells his patients to track their goals calls instead. I once had a patient who just tracked every day. She got a day planner and just put a smiley face or a sad face on the day planner each day and if she thought she was doing doing pretty well hitting our goals at day she would have happy face if she wasn't she wrote a sad face and she's she did wonderfully and felt really good about our progress. And you know she would tell you I just look at the day. Planner Sir can figure out all the trends and there's another reason to focus on meeting smaller goals. They're actually achievable. So it sets you up to to be able to celebrate small victories. Gary Remembers one day when he walked into one of the health centers. You works at and one of his patients. Waived him over. This woman comes over and doc to DOC DOC DOC DOC and she was shaking this thing at me and I didn't know what was happening and I realized that she was shaking a pedometer. My faith and she was look at my steps. Look at my steps. I hit thirteen thousand thirteen thousand and then she immediately started vogue ing I mean. She dislikes all the model poses. And the whole thing and she's like look you how I lost some weight but I've still kept a Dachsie and I've got my Michelle Obama arms and just doing the whole thing and and so we sat and talked for they'll and she just followed these really simple goals one of the simple goals Gary likes to offer. His patients is brisk activity. This patient certainly embrace stat and accomplishing it. Capture motivated to keep going over time. You can work your way up to black belt level lifestyle changes if you want and what those are GonNa look different for different people. It could be cooking most of the food. You eat yourself or running a marathon or playing kickball with your kid after school. That's actually what my husband does Yoni says the key is to stick with the types of changes. You most enjoy
Economics Nobel honors trio taking an experimental approach to fighting poverty
"Micheal creamer estrogen flow Avid Banerjee. All won the prize together and they all all work in a branch of economics known as developing economics. They do a lot of their work together. Actually and basically what they do is apply economic principles to problems in the developing world and between the three of them. They figured out how to improve school. Attendance Children's house crop yields and social conditions for millions of people across Africa and India. In fact the Nobel Committee Committee estimated that the work these three economists have done has impacted millions of lives.
An oven is heading to space so astronauts can bake cookies
"Astronauts on board the international space station will soon have the chance to test their baking skills of rockets carrying a cargo Croft his loose from the US state of Virginia at carrying nearly four times the phrase including an often and baking ingredients to make chocolate chip cookies the scientific experiments will observe what effect the weightless conditions will have on the shape and consistency of the base gets don't depend cream or if the news website space up close told us how the often would work it's something really important for the for the astronauts is basically a cylinder it's got some heating elements big data coiled around it and then they're they're gonna put those cookies inside it's going to take about an hour to heat up the in about half an hour they get a half an hour to let it cool and then they'll take him out so it's a lot like cooking in Spain on the earth but it's going to take quite a bit longer it's an experiment and it's a good experiment you know why we're doing this is because we want to bring the comforts of hers up to space they'll be up there the astronauts for for quite a long time and they don't want to eat reconstituted food it's nice to have fresh fruit you know the astronauts are always looking for improvements to the menu what happened in this case was actually the zero G. kill it kitchen they suggested to NASA they get nasty gets many experimental proposals and NASA accepted it work with that this team zero G. cookies and now nana racks to actually build date so it's really important to have the comforts of home up there in space and eat something that's fresh instead of just reconstituted are you add water or you just eating so it's fresh so should be really nice actually they are doing the next to create artificial meat and we already have experiments to grow vegetables the veggie experiment is already up there so we're growing lettuce and astronauts get to taste that and believe me there are happy when they get to taste that something fresh from home we're already doing other kinds of things but this is the first cookie in space don't think Heddon creamer of space up place making me hungry
WeWork And The Future Of Co-Working
"The office it's boring it's Beige. It is full of drones in suits who are just counting down the days until retirement and then came we work we work was not boring or beige it was this whole new way to see work and to see the office this were cool had art books in India music and neon lights and lounge couches and open kitchen areas where people could congregate and drink free cold brew coffee and draft beer it was young and social and full of freelancers entrepreneurs in tiny startups that were you know going to change the world and personally my biggest nightmare but it is true that the on Sept took off we were rented out office space in cities all over the world and even became the big ten in New York Washington DC and London earlier this year the company was estimated to be worth forty seven billion dollars and a lot of competitors cropped up but we work was the five hundred pound rila its name was synonymous with co working and then people took a closer look at we works books the company had a staggering amount of dead and the management was making all these weird decisions and investments like sinking tens of millions of dollars of works money into a medical marijuana company a we work school a superfood company that makes mushroom coffee and to Merick CREAMER YEP and investors freaked out the companies estimated value was slashed from forty seven a billion dollars to eight billion dollars that's like eighty percent of the company's net worth that just went up in smoke Softbank which has bankrolled a lot of we works growth took control of the spiralling company and no surprise we work CEO got pushed out surprise he got more than one and a half billion dollars on his way out and I life and we workers are already seeing some changes there's notices about of course certain staff being unavailable in their re vamping up
An Interview With Nobel Economics Prize-Winner Michael Kremer
"Economics as a field it can have the reputation of being kind of abstract cerebral yes that's true if matty lots of CIGNA's you know complicated financial instruments ivory tower stuff Michael Creamer our newly minted Nobel laureate says he here's this from people all the time people have a view of economic says only about the stock market talks next. That's the question that you get when you sit makes people on airplanes there like is the stock market GonNa go up hopefully classic questions going to the I I also much place on that one now is a Nobel prize so you really want to know if he thinks. I got this doctor from a Nobel Prize winner and the response he might give to somebody who asks him for stomach that look development economics is something different branches mixed focuses on improving conditions in developing countries so Michael's research is looked at different ways to improve health care education agriculture social conditions all these different things in those developing countries Michael got started in this kind of economics when he was visiting a friend who was teaching in Kenya his friend was working for a nonprofit and had been put in charge of a bunch of local schools and they were trying to figure out how to best run these schools and where to invest their very limited resources we weren't sure uh what the best approach was they had several different ideas that they were interested in China and as we were talking I suggested that perhaps they could try some approaches in some schools and other approaches and other schools and they did that systematically they could learn what was what was working best and evaluate the impact of what they're doing much isn't Medical trial much as in a medical trial real world trials are used in many of the sciences but applying them in economics was groundbreaking in some of the most noted work of Michael Kramer and his colleagues they looked at where to best allocate resources impoverished schools in Kenya so for example would students benefit more from free textbooks or from free meals it turned out neither of those things actually made a huge impact for the students what did make a huge impact for the students another study uncovered a pretty unexpected answer to that hyphen free access to de worming medication. Hookworm whipper roundworm worms that actually used to be in the southern United States. take the medication to treat worms was quite cheap but it did still cost some money and there were a lot of parents who are still not getting it for their kids what made a huge difference was when kids were given free access to de worming medication Michael says the impact it had on their education was extraordinary we found that topic for much more like quitting school absence from school what by one quarter reflect when they had access to the medicine Michael and his colleagues followed the students for years all the way through school and into the workforce and they found that free access to de worming medication just kept paying off this was a while ago Alga young adults we see that they're actually earning more and consuming more and the girls are more likely to onto secondary school so huge impact relative to the really tiny costs lose medicines cost really pennies per does investing in De worming medication as it turned out had a much bigger impact on the educations professional lives of kids than textbooks or school meals and economic mixed figured that out the solution was not obvious it emerged after a series of rigorous experiments that were systematically trying different approaches until they found the most active efficient solution Michael and his colleagues presented that information to the Kenyan government you want to help kids and keep them in school put your money here in best in de worming medication and it will affect major change it will move the needle they were excited about it and they decided they wanted to launch an national program and then Indians state governments heard heard about it and then the national government of India introduced a similar program so now Aw Th Indian program is reaching more than one hundred million children every year and I think I remember reading that The program actually did a pain for itself through increased tax revenue because people did become more productive when they were healthier is that is that right that's exactly right recent follow up work we've looked at the economic impact of us now that students at the time of original de worming are now in the labor force and see the people are earning more Ah The free just do the calculations turns out of the extra tax revenue alone would have been more than enough to pay the cost of the program. It's estimated that the work of Michael Creamer in his fellow laureates this year has changed the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world and Michael Says he's very glad to see that a more hands on kind of economics is being acknowledged invalidated in such an important way we're trying to do work that is very rigorous that is using the Ah Tours of of economics but that is also engaged with practical problems it's easy to see the problems of global poverty and to think that there are intractable that we can't make a difference but actually there's been huge progress there will be more progress as economics is applied to different problems in the developing world he thinks he can help find simple practical solutions that can actually make a big difference. Michael says he is incredibly excited to see economics being used this way and of course peace excited about winning the Nobel yeah maybe we'll even figure out how to celebrate it properly congratulations thank you so much and I think you should upgrade to regular coke for at least a week paid lip balm yeah there you go there now we're talking we're talking
3 economists who study poverty win Nobel Prize
"A group of three researchers have won the Nobel prize is in economics for their scientific approach to solving global poverty esther do flow Albacete Bonnici and Micheal creamer are known as the random does for the work with randomized control trials it's a research technique that's previously only been used in the hard sciences Micheal Creamer from Harvard University joins us now on a skype line Michael congratulations thank you so much and this doesn't happen very often how are you feeling today it was completely surprised for Let's take the time out to talk about your work comes thirty years after you first started doing these randomized control trials in enya other was an early one with textbooks can you tell us about that Schorr I spent spent a year teaching secondary school in Kenya and this was a time when you're Kenya's progressed economic class since then but it was it was very poor them most kids did not have text books in school and one of the findings this was somewhat surprising was that when we compare it schools that receive the text books to those that didn't there was not much impact on on top scores for the majority of students the students who were initially scoring on yeah well and that's counterintuitive and that's counterintuitive because you would think that if you got more access to textbooks it would help why didn't it so I thought to my my time as a teacher in Kenya and I remembered that kids are missing a lot of school now there's malaria there's worms teachers uh-huh missing school schools taught most kids are learning in their third language they have their own language at home than their Swahili English taught in English so it's very easy for kids to fall behind the curriculum one of the findings since then they're just amazing results if you provide summary middle education so that's something that's been found in in India for example as well so in this example the randomized control was there was a group of kids who did not get textbooks and a group of kids who did get the new textbooks but as you know you you do have critics of this type of works people who say that it's not ethical to give one group something that could potentially help them or even be lifesaving and not the other group so how do you answer that question and is there an example in in your own work where you decided you needed to to stop and give the benefit to both groups you're so you're in in in typically what's happening is the working with for example nonprofit organization and they're they can't reduce the program everywhere so they face it into certain schools after one year and then after the second year they go on to another set of schools then say after the first year it's possible compare what happened in the schools where the program was introduced to the schools were at that program how yet the introduced so in that type of example all the schools eventually are getting the program of course in some cases for example the case of textbooks on it turns out that things that you thought would would work don't work on and in that case it's important that information so that new approaches can be tried if you had all the money and all of the resources in the world at your fingertips and also the a political clout to do it what would end global poverty is that even possible one of the really exciting aspects of this has been and finding a whole host of things across a range of sectors that really make a difference so for example in healthcare making simple preventive healthcare measures like mosquito nets or or de worming medicine or water treatment solution available to poor households making that available free there had been a movement to say we should charge for those things making that available for free makes a tremendous difference to access another approach is just cash transfers so Mexico and many other countries have have tried on cash transfers for for for poor households if they have their kids in school and get basic healthcare at one of the things that examined the Myron research was effective trittin children for intestinal worms uh-huh and we see that they go to school more they are more as adults on this isn't investment that's paid paid back many times over that's Micheal creamer one of three economists who just won the Nobel Prize for their work on taking a scientific approach to alleviating global poverty. Michael Thank you so much. Congratulations on the win thank you
Starbucks creamers are coming to grocery stores next month
"You can soon satisfy your Starbucks induced caramel macchiato urgent home thanks to an alliance between the coffee chain and Nestle the company is a saline of coffee creamers and Starbucks signature latte flavors will hit grocery store shelves next month the three flavors marked the first release of a coffee creamer by Starbucks that's your money now Jennifer could shake komo
Starbucks And Nestle discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"You can soon satisfy your Starbucks induced caramel macchiato urgent home thanks to an alliance between the coffee chain and Nestle the company is a saline of coffee creamers and Starbucks signature latte flavors will hit grocery store shelves next month the three flavors marked the first release of a coffee creamer by
"creamer" Discussed on Opie Radio
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"creamer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"One. Shirley, Lavergne drank, Pepsi and milk. And there was a five year period of my life. Everyday, Pepsi and milk. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Without the ice cream. It sounded absolutely disgusting to me. But as soon as I took a drink. It was it was really really got. So frothy on the top. Spilled it all. We go out on the board. Things are things are ruined. Flow. It's actually kind of delightful. I thought it was going to be discussing the majority of people who are responding saying that it is absolutely disgusting. But there seems to be a cult following. And I think I understand why it's tasty. I. I didn't have milk. That's Creamer in there. That's not even your Creamer from the break room is a stolen almond creeper. Out because John he steals. Everybody's creamer. And he does he does maybe one day. He'll replace no problem going in there. Where's the problem? Like if you put Kramer in the office bridge, she's a pretty much expect that people are gonna use it. Yeah. I mean, I see here's the thing. I I am not I've never stolen anything in my life. But there's so much Creamer in there. I got to tell you the variety is just immaculate. Shook frosted sugar real stone coal. Dammit, stone cold. Goldstone creamery sweet cream,.
"creamer" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"The formula. Here's very simple man, checkmate atheists. What a crate down move. The other one I wanted to quote was this one from Michael J Altman on Twitter. My father-in-law left a box of instant mashed potatoes on a burner. He didn't know was on. And it caught fire. Those things are surprisingly flammable. He quickly he quickly dumped a bunch of water to put out the fire, which turned the fire into a giant mound of mashed potatoes on the stove. He's an alchemist. So, you know, so, you know, like, your real arsonists handbook kind of friends in high school would do right dairy Creamer situations. Yeah. Yeah. You can take like you could turn that into like it may astonished you to learn I was that child if you just take one of those big things powdered Creamer in like, there's a way you can set it up. So that if you throw it at somebody it just turns into like a flame bomb like a real fast burning flame bomb Jason this. What are you trying to say, no, I just want to thing? So far the to Tennessee the two birth in Tennessee have claimed that knowledge of this. I did not have any odds, and I was born in Florida, and I wanna see George in the mix here or not. I think I missed this. When I was reading through the red at trying to find the dad, what was it? Spencer's claiming that you can use. What is it not non dairy, Creamer? We used to do this in heist. Busters episode where they they turn a hot water heater into a rocket with some using it as propel. Yeah. As you day. I I don't think I was a my I might have known this. I don't think I did that we actually have litter. Can't I I've lit a campfire with those powdered mashed potatoes like as as starter just because you could use dirtbag macgyver. Like save this factory. I'm like well. I can't do that. But watch dude, I'm gonna blow up this toilet any to be clear McConnell was already a little bit of a dirtbag. So we're not starting from zero Canadian with the mullet come on, man. Right. Were there any more in your dad batch, the only other one I so I'll tell mine because it's data Jason minute can move on to our next group unless you have a dad one. You go then I got one. All right. So mine is kind of like holidays. It's more a disaster. Jason, and I didn't do it. Which is the best part? I I may have told this story before. So I apologize. If that's the case but one summer in Gainesville. I think it was in between my junior and senior years a few friends, and I had rented a house and the lease ran through the summer because some people were staying for like a month and some people were coming back early. We didn't we didn't try to sublet it. So the last roommate to leave who remain anonymous for his benefit calls. My dad, I am out of the country at this point doing study abroad. He calls my dad, and he says, hey, what should I do about the power to the house like I don't wanna just rack up an electric Bill? Will nobody's going to be here for two months? My dad says, okay, we'll just you know, call the power company. And tell them to tell them to cut it off. He says okay goes on his merry way. Leads Gainesville two months later. I am the first one to come back, and I go in the house, and you know, lights are all out. But it's the middle of the day. So whatever, and I see the refrigerator's closed, and I'm like, well that's going to be kinda gross. Because you know, when you in my head what he should have done was opened the refrigerator. So it can sort of stay aired out not get sort of mildew. Ian, gross. I have assumed a step that did not happen. And that is that he took the food out of the refrigerator because listener he did not, and I can tell you that if you leave chicken breasts in a freezer that has no freezing capability for two months in the middle of a central Florida summer. It turns the black liquid and the whole fridge gets maggots..
"creamer" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Simple man, check atheists. What a crate down move. The other one I wanted to quote was this one from Michael J Altman on Twitter. My father-in-law left a box of instant mashed potatoes on a burner. He didn't know was on. And it caught fire. Those things are surprisingly flammable. He quickly he quickly dumped a bunch of water to put out the fire, which turned the fire into a giant mound of mash potatoes on the stove. He's an alchemist. So, you know, so, you know, like, your real arsonists handbook kind of friends in high school would do right. Incendiary Creamer situations. Yeah. Yeah. You can take like you could turn that into like it may astonished you to learn I was that child if you just take one of those big things powdered Creamer in like, there's a way you can set it up. So that if you throw it at somebody it just turns into like a flame bomb like a real fast burning flame bomb case into this. What are you trying to say, no, I just want to say? So far the to Tennessee the two birth in Tennessee have claimed that knowledge of this. I did not have any and I was born in Florida, and I wanna see Georgia's in the mix here or not. I think I missed this. When I was reading through the red at trying to find the dad, what was it? Spencer's claiming that you can use. What is it not non dairy, Creamer? We used to do this. Busters episode where they they turn a hot water heater into a rocket with some using it as propel. Yeah. As you day. I I don't think I was a my I might have done this. I don't think I did that we actually have litter. Can't I I've lit a campfire with those powdered mashed potatoes like as as starter just because you could use dirtbag macgyver. Like save this factory. I'm like well. I can't do that. But watch dude, I'm gonna blow up this toilet to me. Clear McConnell was already a little bit of a dirtbag. So we're not starting from zero Canadian with mullet come on, man. Right. Were there any more in your dad batch, the only other one I so I'll tell mine because it's data Jason can move on to our next group unless you have a dad one. You go then I got one. All right. So mine is kind of like holidays. It's more a disaster. Jason, and I didn't do it. Which is the best part? I I may have told this story before. So I apologize. If that's the case but one summer in Gainesville. I think it was in between my junior and senior years a few friends, and I had rented a house and the lease ran through the summer because some people were staying for like a month and some people were coming back early. We didn't we didn't try to sublet it. So the last roommate to leave who remain anonymous for his benefit calls. My dad, I am out of the country at this point doing study abroad. He calls my dad, and he says, hey, what should I do about the power to the house like I don't wanna just rack up an electric Bill with nobody's going to be here for two months. Magadan says, okay. We'll just you know, call the power company. And tell them to tell them to cut it off. He says okay goes on his merry way. Leads Gainesville two months later. I am the first one to come back, and I go in the house, and you know, lights are all out. But it's the middle of the day. So whatever, and I see the refrigerator's closed, and I'm like, well that's going to be kinda gross. Because you know, when you in my head what he should have done was opened the refrigerator. So it can sort of stay aired out not get sort of mildew and gross. I have assumed a step that did not happen. And that is that he took the food out of the refrigerator because listener he did not, and I can tell you that if you leave chicken breasts in a freezer that has no freezing capability for two months in the middle of central Florida summer. It turns the black liquid and the whole fridge gets maggots..
"creamer" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"I feel like I get more frontiers. What I wanted to say, yes, we all know what that means. Yeah. Food coffee, but not my Creamer. Not the Creamer. I'm, you know, twenty nineteen starting off with between the shutdown in my lack of Creamer. It's fucking horrible. Like, they're. I don't know. All I gotta say I'm feeling very unstable right now. My Creamer is almost more of a stable companion to me than my therapist and lose both of them. This year is going to be hard for me. It's like a makeup product getting discontinued. We don't know if it's discontinued Chris has messaged the company really have them. Like there is no grocery store and Seattle that has this Creamer that we love so dearly. Please I will buy like case of it from them because it lasts a decent amount of time. Yeah. Yeah. Solely. So speaking of the cats, there's there's development with we've quite an antidote to share with some of you already know this because we talk about on their Instagram and our Twitter's yes, but so we all know squeezy underscore, Lila, the greatest Instagram to ever, grace, your eyes. If you're not following squeezy underscore, Lila. That's not right now. Like, there's an actual underscore pumps you want. If you just wrote out squeezy underscore, Lila just to be fucking Astle. Like, I would never as someone who has so many letters their name. I would never. Someone. So we have that account. It's wonderful. We discover squeezy the French youtuber who is extremely famous like the most famous YouTube for LA Fran million Twitter, followers, or something like that. I creeped when I was doing some research for over about four million, Instagram, followers or something. It's like when Riley field over here. And Riley was like, do you know, there's a big famous youtuber named squeezy. And I was like, no, that's so fucking wild. And she was like, yeah. There's a French youtuber named squeezy and he's fucking huge sick. And so I didn't really think it was gonna play a big role in my life. Here. We are started off with squeezy followed squeezy underscore, Lila. I feel like they thought it was fantastic. How clearly it's not if you take one fucking second to up we're not following him. Okay. Like five other cats, and then like five select friends it's under the assumption that like anybody has squeezy in their username is just a fan of accounting because it's like a quote weird name, and nobody else would have that. Well, fuck off, brother. We have. We have the original squeezy, I should book when his YouTube channel was started. What if that's his legal last name? That's not French. That's definitely not Frenchies. That's french. They're speaking Ed just please look that up. One of these start is YouTube channel, I'm looking at our savior squeezy is six goddamn years old, right? Yes. Okay. This story. So anyway, so we have this account squeezy underscore, Lila, it literally has a photo of Lila, look and fucked up as the icon, and the entire feed is very blurry. Fucked up photos of them with hilarious cash. If I do say, so myself and the bio literally says something about them being cats. Would you have some information? Started this journey before squeezy was in this world. Okay. He started in January twenty eleven is his YouTube anniversaries two days ago, actually. Ryan also has a nice frosty twelve million subscribers so shit. We were under bowling. I'm so sorry Ning desolate. Yeah. So I've been having to brush up my French because I've been D M ING, his French fans. Oh my God. No, I've gotten some funny shit. But anyway, so I really I didn't even realize that he was falling us. But I started realizing that I was getting all these follows by like people with the word squeezy in their username. And then I've made the connection. Oh, it's youtuber. My god. There's fan accounts at are following us because they think we're a fan of since he is following us. Obviously, we must be some important, right? It's so funny. Because does he I don't know Instagram's fucked up, and he's probably never liked one of our photos. So probably never sees them. Probably like some of that's famous. They have fans that are gonna creep their whole following and see who is. But I mean squeezy himself. Do you think he's been on his instrument feed and he just scrolling on through?.
"creamer" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"It's not even on like Amazon fresh or anything like that. It's nowhere. You have been in. It's like it's not that big of a deal. But all the honest, it is a big deal of by coffee tasting delay. I expect is so viscerally set a word. This thoroughly mobile im- button to me. It's wild Creamer Wildwood, if you're listening, I love how we always say if you're listening but nobody's as never fucking listened. Please tell me what has happened. We've had to go to silk now. And it's just not the same. Nobody does it quite like, why would I will say what is this one that we're hearing out silk? What's the vibe of for like? Silk, straight, milk, soy, milk, Creamer. Yes. Go creamer. It's okay. It's passable. We've tried many non tried another one right before the show like Khalifa some, and it's like almond milk or coconut cream and almond milk makes together and it just wasn't enough. It's head good flavor. But it was too watery. So it looks like soy Cremers. Even though like, I don't joy, the amount of soy that I intake, but it's only a really get mice away from. Yeah. We don't we haven't really been eating tofu that much. So I mean, whatever shit I have blue no fucking replace, oy. Alaska. But but we are having a new coffee new coffee. This is from Worrell, and when we opened this package, it's Mel could even open the bag. We got the package residual odor fixation. Yes. In a good way. This is not a bad notion. Like we had her for an alley here. And she said, smells like all garden because the Andes mints, and it smells exactly like Andy men's now, I'm upset that I'm not trying this coffee with our optimal Creamer option because it's like. We're going to preserve some for that optimal moment. However, I'm feeling zingy Midi and chocolate. It's the coffee and tea exchange, which I think is in Chicago's whether from and it's the chocolate mint flavor. And yet, she's very meant very Andy's Mindy. I'd say mid forward chocolate after finish last time. You've had Andy's mint. Oh, my God years literally the last time I've been to all garden most likely. Buy a box of Andy's men's did you see them in the store, but I've never seen that one fateful day where we went all garden like actually go here in Seattle end while here in a. And while I'm set for life out of the corner. Mad waiting for squeezy to get comfortable. He's been grooming. The blanket and like circling the spot that he wants to lay down in for like, thirty minutes. I love watching him. And I wish David Attenborough would come. I would love to have a dinner David Attenborough and Jackson galaxy. So they can come here and just narrate and also explain squeezy to me. That's okay. When everybody's always asking us who you'd have at a dinner table, and I always say Attenborough Jackson. Galaxy should be on that list invited. Garton Jackson galaxy David Attenborough. John Scaife yeti? That's good. Fucking good. Good star run. We could come up with Moore's definitely more so Amy Sherman Talibans hat. So burn it. Just the hat. That's the Turkey. We carve. Stick a nice slice. Fucking top. It starts at a very dramatic beginning of twenty nine hundred I don't even feel like discussing because it's just so fucking like classics quantity. Save that for the lost episode, which now we have okay? So there's a Twitter account. I think we've talked about this before if you're listening, which you probably are because your Twitter account is about this. No, they're too busy listening to like every single other episode and pulling the most obscure quotes that. I totally forgot literally when I say that I forget the things I say as soon as he hit stop. I'm like, what are we talking about?.
"creamer" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"Favorite, non dairy, Creamer. Oh, I don't say. Oh, as if it's not that big a deal huge issue. I'm I'm not even like half. Truthfully. I'm not lying say, you know, when you get attached to something that you have like Susie, for example. Actually, never happened. But but anyway, listen, you know, us, you know, we like our coffee a specific type away, you pour. The Creamer in the bottom. I would say I'm not good at measurements here. But I'm thinking quarter. Oh, I would say like eight inch would say like two or three tablespoons not for me like to know like to know. Yeah. Chris when I get my inches is not a good way to measure based off of what type of mug, you're using. So I just got so dry actually, Megan. All right next time, we have our Lord and savior of the Creamer that we like I will put it in the mug, and then to my optimal level that. I normally do put a ruler in it. And then pour it into a measuring Cup. And see what I do. Okay. Maybe it's like to tease spoons. Yeah. Tablespoons? You just may be one. I that's like, you know, how much okay, listen. No. I know my self anyway, this guy, John Rachel, Chris. And we're talking about coffee for a minute here because you know. It used to the way that you may coffee, and then suddenly, something shifts. You're get new coffeemaker you try new bag a coffee, and it's weak or too strong or your beloved Creamer has been out of stock at every local place for over a week..
"creamer" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I have a co worker. I have heart Weli I have heard like coming. She hates when I like enlisted her in this, just by your own Creamer. I'm not what's the point to buy Mon Creamer when Creamer in there. So I have her come in there a wash dishes. This me this like keep an eye out because no Thursday because aired becomes difficult to do by yourself when you have to move like fix like lunchboxes? The Creamer is part of the thrill that it did not your Creamer. Like, not taste is good. If you went to the store you bought the southern pecan Creamer and brought it into the office. Probably because I really could just buy it my name on it. But why like I just think so fun like I'd like the office DVD? I'm going to get a free and this the southern pecan like I've never had it before. I never when I saw the first day. I was I oh, no more. There was no other pretty were in there. So I was like I have to use this. Got back to my desk. And I was live who. You hear me? Southern peaking Patty as the southern pecan. Seriously, and so good like I like I like say no plug for the company. But no, I literally like Caceres say when I I just disgusting. It was no more Creamer about the drinking black coffee. So I tried to. And I was like, oh my. So that's the coffee update. And let me just say this. If that's southern Peking is not in their new year, I giving all no more coffee club. Updating your out. I'm out because you're blaming the listeners listeners because your method with my livelihood here. Okay. I didn't win the million dollars. All I wanted some seven he can. She bought a big bottle to is big. Yep. You know, people are going to start sending you pictures on Twitter feed. Give me a travel Daguin know, it's me because I'm like be a photo of godwit against. I'm a photo of like the signs that she puts on her Creamer. And then like, which is. But if front of the southern Peking, like we don't know what it is. I think it's just regular Frenchman Nello or had to have girl. I know what southern pecan is. She needs to get like fake labels, put them on the Creamer. It's like Hawaiian pizza like, that's that's gross. I wouldn't put that in my coffee and then. Where she needs to put these needs to outsmart you guys. She needs to start putting the Creamer like a ranch dressing, Bob or something expire 'cause you know. By now, don't give her ideas because I swear. After that a podcast idea. Ema went out, and it was like the coffee club will be no more. Yeah. But seriously, rob try to other peaky is ultra trick a lot of coffee. Yeah. Honor of Davies mom, I got to try to hate Hazel nut Hayes, good one..
"creamer" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Like are you like one of these like teenagers like in the liquor cabinet? And do you fill up the Creamer with water after you use it? So Angelina doesn't notice that you've been using her pumpkin spice, Creamer. No, first of all, it's the southern be canned. What if what I want try to be slipped though, like show put it behind like all of the people's lunch boxes, that's not gonna fill you. Girl. I know what s peaky is. So no, I don't fill it up, and I do bad because it's like each week like her signs of like Angelina free. More and more aggressive and. Yeah. So I have to get even more trickier. So sometimes I'll like get a coworker friend come in the kitchen with me like watchguard because cliff called the coffee if the goal anymore because it's like, I can get the cost you like I can put these into Creamer Creamer, and I'm Wanda I don't put sugar in my coffee. I just like the nice southern have you ever had the southern peaking. I've had a bunch of those different flavored Cremers by never had that one guy who I mean, the only other Creamer that I would like size as probably the name of David Knicks ally. They make. When they do..
"creamer" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Kick off twenty nineteen go to rob slash Zadie. Calendar now Bryce was more recently on the podcast just a couple of weeks ago. But he really knocked it out of the park again. And there was one story in particular as we're talking about Bryce is greatest hits on the podcast here in twenty eighteen and Bryce in earlier appearance. It might have been during survivor h h back. I know that it was he talked about how things were going in his office in terms of the office politics of his coffee club. And so he was asked by one of our listeners Amanda Rabinowitz for an update on what has been going on with the coffee situation in his workplace, and how it might relate to survivor David versus Goliath here is a Bryce Isaiah from the Semper. Seventh twenty eighteen. So I have a new thing that I do share. What y'all always bring sea. So the new coffee club is it really is because square like literally square, and there's a whole where the coffee mug goes in and at the top you put my the filter and all that stuff, but it's just so weird square. But anyway, so since we've merged with offices. They put like this little like sign on it. And then have a little light all candle that Milton away. And so it's like a jar. They have no one in this like fifty cents per coffee honor system smiley face. Angelina. So fifty six is up. My alley. Okay. I don't be like you wrote a wait. So I get paid to get a bottle of wine. And then you know, what I'm not paid. I have to get a box line. I figured census fine. So but a lot of the time when I gave my coffee out fifty cents, and if I don't have fifty cents I'll just take two quarters that's in there. And then I'll drop it in. So is. I'm calling to to throw people off with the sound that though people because they look at you. When you go in there. So like 'cause they look as I don't wanna be thief. But my new gimmick is like, I'm not buying Creamer. So we like a refrigerator that has like people's Creamer. And I guess in my office ever bring their own so people bring their own, and like, you know, I guess people still Creamer because people put they name what it is like Angelina, Creamer. Dake creamer. What what I do is is that like Mitch I bring no Crema, and I'll go into the kitchen furs and like run water act like I'm like washing my Cup. And then I'll go into cre- like the and see what Cremers there, and like there's this lady name will just say Angelina sheep ice like the good good Crema, and you know, engine Lena's Caucasian. So you don't want them semi gercy got the pumpkin spice, okay? I scrap a Frenchman now. And then she got like the by even ever heard of this the southern pecan. That's my favorite as so that's like goats and plenty gonna kitchen washing my Cup out and then like open, it's Reiter quarter, Creamer markup. And then go sit at my desk. And then my five minutes later, I'll go, and then I'll get my coffee and output fifty cents in or I'll take two quarters or dime or pennies, and I just went in there, and I like shake it up so sales like dropping in there. So that's the new update of the coffee club. So hold on. Do you fill up?.
"creamer" Discussed on One Two Review
"But I do they lead into it. They're aware of it. Right. Exactly. And I think what they're implying. So Creamer, smooth Creamer is this JAMES BOND. Kind of orders is coffee with you know, one Creamer, every time this catchphrase. Yeah. His swath nece is something I think was implied. That is learned and that I think they imply that Creamer was kind of like his son back in the day to not. Matic. And that's that's behavior whatever, and he's trying to teach him as ways, son receptive. I don't know it doesn't appear to be in this film. Maybe we'll see a another part of this sequel where he becomes the next Creamer. I wouldn't mind that. Yeah. And I think Travis Blake the director and writer, I think his plan for better worse. I do not know is to have Kelvin take up the mantle at some point to have this film series change, James Bond's in a sense. But to like change them actually with an actor that's related to make this weird dynasty of the Holland family. Always playing the Creamer characters. But every I don't know if I like it, but it's a cool idea, especially reverse in especially yes, the whole like extended Creamer verse in like with like there's a supposed to be read snakeskin off too. But kelvin. So here's the thing if he's shitty and this one, but in a couple of movies, he actually becomes very charismatic. That's a huge payoff. I feel. You know, if they're actually that's the thing. Writing this. If it's a misstep in Kelvin's out, not to be a good actor, then this is like a big risk that transplants taking but still into it. Let's talk about the budget report this week. It turns out it only sold out in half of America. So it's actually kind of divided which is interesting, and it's I was expecting that to be some sort of red blue state thing. But it's really more of a like a split down the middle. It's like east coast, and that whole half of the country kind of loves this film, and the west coast isn't too into which is really weird to me. I wonder why you went you said those hardly anybody in your theater the over here. It was a ticket. I tried reserve it online quickly, very bizarre. I really have no idea what that's about unless it's. Exactly. I have no idea. Yeah. Anyway. Let's review this thing. Yeah. Yeah. I'm ready. Yeah. I'm giving Creamer to murder city to solid points. Definite improvement from Creamer one. I think just flushing out the villains. A little bit of Creamer. One is a little more of a detective film. I mean, it's not it's got a bull. And it's got you know, that big ballroom seems hate no dancing in this one. That was really wrote that off got rid of his whole thing about the dancing for. I guess it's implying the sun and came right? It's implied that the sun came from probably one of those dance or yeah. Yeah. Because he either way. Yeah. It seemed like they thought that was a dumb idea later. So they didn't put it in this one. But either way. Two points. Yeah. I'm gonna go ahead and agree with you two points. I don't think it's as good as Kramer one. But here's like, I said in hindsight Creamer, one a better movie than I thought it was. So I think in the future, I'll probably think this movie is better some just gonna cut out the middle section of that time there and just gives us two points. All right. Yeah. Nice cool. That's awesome. That is four points for Travis Blake's Creamer verse. Number two in the in the in, the whatever cluster there Creamer tumor. But boom love that movie kind of Bals time. Right. Let's hear it. No. It's working. God damn it. Sorry. I had half of this beer, and I'm lit. It's I do not have..
"creamer" Discussed on One Two Review
"But also in a very effective way. Here's a thing. After leaving. The force Creamer, Texas is son, as you know, little Creamer, along with him on this page, of course, terrorist takeover, and they put a stop to special agent Creamer is back the JAMES BOND Jason born esque hero from the first film Creamer is back in this time. He's with his son. They're going to Atlantic City for the sons eighteenth birthday when the terrorist group takes over the entire city and Creamer in his son or the only two that can stop them. We've got Patrick Holland returning as Creamer, of course. And now, we've got Kelvin Holland his son plan, his actual son in the film. What did you think of that Brennan, I thought it was unique? Do I think he's anywhere as charismatic as father? I do not. But I think it's cute. And I think this will probably go down in history, and it's one of those films that made a family a bunch of money. We've got an awesome team of bad guy. Is if anything, I know Brandon both of us believe are fans of big groups of bad guys, very specialized kinda bad guys in this film. Definitely has that if feels like a video game in the sense that there's like multiple bosses it feels like each one is specialized and its unique character, the are all female. Yeah. Kelly Jones plays red snake as the leader. Red snake specializes in one thing fire and also poison so I guess actually two things but fiery poison so the yeah that was funny for me that she was like definitely a fire lady. And definitely a poisoned lady. Well. It was very cool. Yeah. Like, you get burned. And then the burns would get inflict poison infection, really nasty bubbly poison affection. This moves great so action packed. I like bandy Audra Flores plays bandy. She's kind of the I don't bendable this, I suppose. Yeah. The flexi. Yes. She's the one that's like high. She hides in a hamper at one point jumps up in cuts guys throat, really cool action sequences of kind of park Horry quasi play by Becky Allen. She's got a Hunchback. But don't let it stop you. She will run faster than any football players on the field and take you down. Yeah. She reminded in the if like the rhino from the marvel universe. Totally yet just very cool film. And you know, again, I think Kelvin Holland not as charismatic as Patrick, Holland, of course..
"creamer" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Energy bars, protein shakes creating and the like, and the Fleischer product is alpha brain. Now, speaking of this, I have a recommendation if you're looking at trying some of their products and want to get in at a price point, that's a little bit lower. Here's what I recommend because I just had a few of these and the experience that I had after taking it was pretty interesting. So if you go to on dot com slash hot across the top bar, you're gonna see, supplements foods, fitness apparel sale more hover, your mouse over the foods and under fats and oils. You're gonna see, emulsified MCAT oil if you click on that, what I recommend. And I say that because it's the only flavor that I've tried. I would get the creamy vanilla MCAT oil, non dairy Creamer. Now what you wanna do, you don't want to just have that alone. You could inside of your coffee, but what I would recommend that you do is pair that with the alphabrain instant, which is under the supplements tab. Click on alphabrain instant and it's basically a little tear open pouch. It's powder and muggy, friend, John, do they actually gave me one of these at his house and he poured a glass of water, put the alphabrain into it, which is the normal way you take alphabrain. And then he added some of the Creamer the vanilla Creamer and we had it right before bed. I'm used to having alphabrain in the morning and I take it on days were really wanna be firing between my ears and it didn't know what was going to happen by taking it at night. But what did happen has happened every time I've done this is that I have the most lucid dreams that I can remember having and I sleep incredibly well. And I don't know if alphabrain is design. Necessarily to enhance sleep, but for whatever reason, one, the combination of those two things that most fun MCAT oil in the alphabet and sin is absolutely delicious. So if you're looking for trying some of their products to read their off the bat that I recommend, and I use them as often as possible. Try it at nighttime, try the alphabet in the morning. I definitely feel the effects of that throughout the day when I take it in the morning. But at the same time, try that at night and standby for seriously, some of the most lucid dreams that.
Couple with Los Angeles tour group found stabbed to death in Las Vegas hotel room
"Missing eleven days in a flooded cave a dozen boys on their soccer coach have been found alive in thailand but getting the meta that cave no easy task to work out how to get the boys off from the cave and in whilst battling the constant rise and fall of flood waters in tongue ryan across thailand people have prayed for the safe return of the missing footballers on their coach deal is far from over the minutes he is taking them full month's supply of food and is preparing to teach them how to die sky news correspondent lisa holland says crews are also trying to work to drain that cave fifteen hundred people attended a vigil in boise idaho monday night for the victims of a mass stabbing saturday at a three year old girls birthday party she died from her wounds five other children and three adults were also hurt the suspects been charged with murder and overflow crowd packed a nature center and owing mills maryland of monday through remember editor rhonda rob hyacinth he was one of five people slain at the annapolis capital gazette last thursday hyacinths wife maria called loving and generous she was widowed on her birthday there is some good news about coffee a study of nearly half a million british adults shows that coffee drinkers may live a little longer it said those who went for the joe had a slightly lower risk of death over ten years than people who don't touch the stuff it's not clear why but some researchers say there are any oxygen in coffee which may protect cells from damage however nutritionist alice lichtenstein of tufts university says the study does not mean your coffeemaker is a fountain of youth and if you put a lot of creamer a lot of sugar in it then that's going to most likely negate the effects that study says you will see the same health benefits from regular or decaf chill nato fox news new york i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.
Madagascar vanilla now more expensive than silver
"Already includes ness cafe and espresso the company's coffee and creamer segment reportedly generates about eighteen billion dollars and as part of its beverages category which was the fastest growing segment in two thousand seventeen the move positions nestle to better compete with investment company j a b holding which has been snapping up us coffee brands over the last several years jb's portfolio now includes california's pete's coffee cure green mountain espresso house and caribou coffee under terms of the deal which is subject to regulatory approval five hundred starbucks employees will move over to nestle but remain in seattle nestle shares are slightly higher on the news in london i'm the bbc's victoria craig for marketplace now it might just be plain old vanilla but don't underestimate the value of the spice as the bbc's money more shihri reports vanilla is now more expensive than silver cookie dough chocolate brownie creme brulee whatever your favorite flavor vanilla the keying ingredient for sweet treats is now off to saffron the second most expensive spice in the world snuck breeze ice cream is run by three sisters in cheshire revis screen i run this business with my sisters tannery kisii and we make three to four tons of ice cream a week i we make thirty to forty flavors all year round the families being channing ice cream for thirty years but the cost of this key ingredient is starting to bite wealth and then a has gone up by thirty times what it was a company is a guy and so at the business we decided to absorb the cost of the bonilla price so everyone's carrying scraping the sisters insist they'll stick with the real thing but other ice cream businesses are taking vanilla off the menu yes the price continues to go up then we will have to united but if none the crunchy and have an where we can take other business.