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Fresh update on "doc" discussed on Mitch Albom
"This. Remember that column He used to write for U S A today which was just I love peanut butter and jelly. You, doc, Doc Doc? It's like, OK, great insight. You know, Uh Marlin, Not really. A man's name Is it dot dot dot and a lot of people. Lot of people did impress and government all that bun. But As I wrote in a column for the Free press yesterday, the one thing that you must give to Larry King and it was the thing that he did. The best and for years is that he was a terrific interviewer and Of course, people like the place is like The New York Times and The Washington Post, even in his obituaries dismissed him as some kind of lightweight, breezy the That's The New York Times. The Cottages. Breezy interviewer Washington Post said he gave a soft place for boldface names to land. Well, that's because they think that interviewing Has to be basically coming at somebody with a knife grilling new. Yeah, On. Of course, you get nothing out of people. When you do that Larry King wanted to have conversations with people Now. He took a lot of criticism, for example, for not reading the books of the people who write were coming on his show. But He said he did so deliberately because if he read the books he would know far more than the audience knew. And the audience didn't read the books, so the questions that he was asking he would ask in lieu of the audience. On Dhere was acting is their surrogate. And so he conducted conversations like that, and he and I and I, and I knew him a little. But I'll tell you a funny story and in a minute But he'd been on my show. But multiple times we had Larry King on and I've been on his program. A couple of times I remember was on once with Hank his area and we got interrupted by Who Was it? Jimmy Carter's brother or something? I don't know. No, Bill Clinton's brother, So it was so weird. Hang on a second. Here. We gotta go. We gotta go to the wherever we are, because somebody's brother is doing something and we wouldn't be in Hank. We're just hanging there for, like, two minutes. Just not. We're just Hanging and then finish. Whatever he did. He came back, okay, We're back and he was talking to us about Tuesdays with Morrie and he said The movie had was coming out and come out and he stays said to me about Jack Lemmon's performance. S O bitch. Jack Lemmon as more he really nailed it, didn't he? OK s o Those kind of questions, but we talked about interviewing and this is a clip from our show back in 2000 and three This is 17 years ago. Listen to what he had to say. It sounds like if you could come back and go through this life again. You might. You might want to try it as a as a fiction writer. Would you trade my address? Come back as a stand up comic that I love going around speaking and telling, making people that I've spoken Harvard commencement and I just made made them laugh. I love doing that, so I'd probably be a stand up comic who writes fiction. Well, that's interesting, because both of those things are expressive voices from yourself. And here you are. Yet you're mainly known as a guy who listens to other people. That's probably why you want to be those other things because you're so tired of hearing everybody else talked. You say I want to come back next time and do the talking myself. My action has always been my level. I never learned anything when I was talking. So I I am a listener, which is, you know, all in good interviewers. Our listeners.
Apple Mac bringing back the SD card
"Starting to look like this. Next mac book pro is gonna be the mac book. Where sorry is gonna be the mac book. We were wrong because we already talked about the fact that there maybe probably moving away from the touch bar. We already know the fact. They went to an older style keyboard design. Yesterday we talked about or maybe two days ago that they were going to go back to having a mag safe connector. Today's report we're gonna put an st card in there s the card reader so this was a long experiment for them. You know what it was. Well let me tell you what happened. They let everybody go and buy the minimalist design figured out how much they missed having features so that now in this one comes out and gives them all the features back they rush out like crazy real quick to pick those up. So it's our fault right. Yeah i blame you really do. Yeah i card reader. How nice would it be. Just having st carburetor. Maybe they do some even crazier and put an hdmi port and now just fantastic. Let's not get good type stuff. We're asking for here analyst. Ming cheek will outline his expectations for the new fourteen inch and sixteen inch macbook pro models. Coming later this year with the mag makes a charging connector the removal of the touch bar a new flat edge design and a return of more ports built into notebook for expanded connectivity. I mean i'm so sick. Docs and i'm so sick of dogle today on the macbook air. I watched mo- have to pull out the docking station and everything else. He was tangled up in wire. He had wires because he needed to as the and he wanted to connect an ethernet. And i don't think we're going to eastern at jack on here but still so the next s the card Part of it comes from bloomberg's mark gurman the upcoming macbook pros and example of apple's renewed focus on mac loyalists. The company is planning to bring back in sd card slot for the next macbook pro so users can insert memory cards from digital cameras. Yeah that's what you do with an s. d. card slot. The feature was removed all the way back in two thousand sixteen hundred twenty one. Now this is kind of unlike apple but who knows you never know what they're gonna do remember when they went for the trash can mac pro for example and then they completely backed off the next time around They there were some issues. People wished that they had more ability to upgrade that device switch out. Gp's and things that they wanted a traditional design and so apple went right back to the tower the regular style tower. So i think it's the right move. I don't think. I think if you had you had a plan and things didn't really pan out then that's fine. You know you admit it and you move on this trash can was kinda cute but it just wasn't ready for prime time. We have the rumor that the next model could be a little cube but that they're probably going to keep the full-sized towers as an option. But this is about the macbook pros and the two thousand fifteen macbook pro. Not only did it have an st card reader. It also had in hdmi port. And you're be ports. Which i know. This is the kind of stuff that you're most. Pleasant drinks are filled with. Well the sweet sweet for all kinds of sports. The we'll see what happens but this is a nice little touch here. I know
Fresh "DOC" from Richard Eeds
"Up at the NASA county dip. Parchment of health website at NASA County and why Doc of the widow of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant says she supports a bill being introduced into Congress that would require to rain warning systems and helicopters. The basketball superstar, his daughter and several others died January 26 2020 when their helicopter crashed into a Los Angeles hillside in foggy conditions. The National Transportation Safety Board is long pressed for so called terrain awareness and warning systems. However, the Federal Aviation Administration has not generally required them in helicopters, nearly half the country's dealing with some degree of strong winter weather. In Iowa. Hundreds of snowplow drivers could be in for a tough 24 hours. What the amount of so far that we will be along with the wind. Visibility is going to become a huge, huge factor for us. That's Craig Bargfrede of the Iowa Department of Transportation. The national weather, sir. This is a pair of storm systems will bring rain and snow, with one starting in Northern California, bringing at least a foot of snow to some parts of the Sierra Nevadas. It'll move south, bringing winter weather to Southern California and snow to parts of Arizona and Colorado. Snow is expected today in Kansas. That system is eventually predicted to head into Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Later in the week, you're listening to the latest on NBC news radio..
Ancient Dogs Had Complex Genetic Histories
"Dogs were the first animals to be domesticated stuck with us as we changed lifestyles from hunting gathering to farming to city living. The dog is a species that is intimately linked to hyun history. Anders bergstrom a post. Doc at the francis crick institute in london. He and his colleagues studied the genomes of twenty seven. Ancient dog bones dug up around the world. They found by eleven thousand years ago. We see the dog to start to diversify united kalihi so we find evidence of at least five major lineages of dogs already at this time. Dog remains have been found in europe asia in the americas in a pattern similar to help. Humans moved mixed to a large degree. The history of dogs dog seems have been shaped by human history. So like the reflecting. How what you must moved. They would have brought her dogs with them. Ancient humans clearly found dogs to be very useful in the arctic. Evidence at sled. Dogs actually emerged very early on people. Use them for the purpose of leading perhaps as early as ten thousand years ago. A few modern breeds like the african basenji new guinea singing dog or australian dingo are similar to one of the five ancient lineages most other modern breeds derived at least in part from european dogs which came to dominate dog genomes. Back for five thousand years ago. There's a great diversity of dogs in europe but at some point there was probably a single population that expanded in basically replaced other populations in europe. So this was something that we did not predict sunday. You couldn't really see just from studying. Archaeology look the dna with all this diversity. In the past that is not represented in present-day dogs. The study is in the journal. Science where you'll find maps of dog migrations over time one odd finding about eleven thousand years ago it looks like dogs. Spread more widely than humans did does actually opposes. We don't understand. So how could the dogs spread so quickly widely. We're we're not aware of any human migrations. At this time that could have facilitated this spread of the dog but some of it spreads very quickly to two human groups all across the world perhaps because he was a very useful thing for his early human together. The groups humans were also useful to dogs prehistoric. Petco didn't exist so dogs. Probably humans did and is human started to form oath species quickly adapted to digest more grains. The number of copies of a starch digesting gene in both humans and dogs increased in the generation following the invention of agriculture. Yes oh that. That's a very striking example of convergent evolution between humans. And dogs. way it's gonna be interesting to think of the dog. As kind of a evolutionary experiment that runs alongside human history and undergoes. Same lifestyle changes that we do
Joe Biden signs several executive orders
"On his first day in office, President Biden side orders that strengthen doc up and put the U. S back in the Paris climate accord. He also killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Democrats praising the moves. But on the Senate floor, Minority leader Mitch McConnell said the day one priority was to kill thousands of American jobs, including in and jobs. Disappoint our strong ally Canada. And reverse some of our progress toward energy security.
Chicago Is Now Under Tier 2 COVID Restrictions
"So chicago and suburban cook. county is now relaxed from tier three to tier two restrictions. So casinos museums can reopen with limited capacity. social gatherings in chicago are limited to no more than ten people though. Indoor dining at restaurants and bars remains suspended in the city. What else So first of all this is really the good news and he said this is an example of here in chicago. Broadly doing the right thing wearing those masks. Changing their holiday plans. We did see a little bit of a bump host those holiday gatherings but we are now past that and heading the right way so in addition to what you laid out. Health and fitness centers can be open twenty five percent capacity those fitness group classes of ten or fewer Can resume under those capacity are movie theatres and performance venues can reopen indoors forty percent capacity no more than fifty people in any space and people who wanna see more details referred to chicago dot gov slash reopening. But this is a really good step. And we're sitting at about eight. To nine percent positivity now down from sixteen percent at the peak. We're getting close if we keep seeing progress in this way I'm hopeful that really quite soon. We will be able to make that next cautious step and get some of those. Indoor bars and restaurants open again was very limited. probably twenty five percent capacity. just a few people We are balancing all of this of course against recognizing a new strain wanting to make sure that we're being careful but we're making excellent progress here. And i couldn't be more pleased with the fact that at the same time vaccine is rolling out. We're seeing people not relaxed their efforts And you're helping get us past. Covert the city.
Philadelphia 76ers-Thunder Postponed Due To COVID-19 Contact Tracing
"Well. Last night Sixers game in Oklahoma City was postponed shortly before tip off because of covert contact. Tracing K Y W is Dave. You're Ram tells us how this all went down. Last night. The MBA announced about 90 minutes before the game that was being postponed because the Sixers didn't have the league required minimum of eight players to dress The reason for that was ongoing Contact tracing a team stores told us the contact Tracing was happening because of a covert related issue with a recent opponent, ESPN says That's the Grizzlies, who the Sixers took on Saturday night. Memphis, NBC Sports Philadelphia has footage of some six years players being told to exit the floor pregame Doc Rivers was supposed to have his pregame chat with the media at 5 30. But that didn't take place The six or stayed overnight in okay, see almost all of the embassy postponement so far have happened since January. 10th. The Sixers were the 19th team to experience this. There are 30 teams in the league
Arizonans 65 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting next week
"This hour we took you live to the Arizona Department of Health Services Update on the covert 19 vaccine distribution. We had some technical difficulties, but we have those resolved and we want to bring you now. The rest of that briefing with all the details. Here's Dr Carol Chris, director of our State Health department. So now provide some updates on covert 19 vaccine and implementation of our program here in Arizona. One of the exciting updates that we made today. It is not this week that is not reflected on our chart. It will not be reflected until Tuesday, but Arizona made the decision that Arizonans 65 8 years of age and older are now prioritized. To be vaccinated against covert 19 in our prioritized phase one be along with our education and child care services and our protective services occupations, which includes law enforcement, corrections and fire. This recommendation was approved by the Arizona Vaccine and Antiviral Prioritization Advisory Committee, which is intended to protect those who are most at risk for severe outcomes due to Cove in 19. So we know that those there are over the age of 65 have all higher likelihood of hospitalization and death, and by be getting people vaccinated in several weeks from now we hope to reduce the strain on Arizona's hospitals. And you can find additional information on our website at easy Health. Doc Dub slash find vaccine. And on Tuesday, we will be updating that to provide clarity about which counties are going to be vaccinated the 65 to 74 year old age group at their vaccination sites. We also have counties that have moved into our prioritized. Phase one B and we have some that are fully in phase one B. So if you look at the map of Arizona, the counties that Aaron Black are still in phase one A. So does our healthcare providers and our long term care facility, residents and staff. When you look at our darker gray, that's the prioritized phase one be, so that's going to be the face that we just talked about. Currently. We are vaccinating age 75 older. Along with educators and child care and their support staff and our protective services occupations. When we increase to one be that also includes our Sent can keep our society functioning. That will be people who work in the transportation industry, including gas stations, shipping those types of things. The food industry, including agriculture. S so there's a large number of there's a large list of employees that are eligible for the one B category that is located on our website. Um But you can find out what what phase Each county is in, and we update this infographic daily, and you can link to it off of easy health. Doc Club slash find a vaccine. As of today, over 232,000 doses of vaccine have been administered statewide. So now we'll move into Arizona's vaccine allocation and administration. Over the next few weeks, A DHS will be working to increase access to vaccine increase the rate of vaccination into streamline communications. So as you look at the vaccine, I'm distribution overview. Arizona currently follows a local Allocator model for vaccine distribution. Our local part partners are the backbone of the vaccine program implementation and know their counties that are no they're partners and their counties the best so our federal partners every week provide our Arizona's allocation to the state. We divide that allocation of based on priorities to our local partners, who then will determine which providers in their local jurisdiction will receive that scene for that week. We collect all of those orders on Ben. We place Arizona's full order for that week, and then the federal government will ship those orders directly to the providers that we have ordered on behalf of as vaccine becomes more and more available. We will no longer need to use this local Allocator model and providers such as pharmacies, community health centers and physician's offices will be able just to directly order vaccine from the manufacturers. So this week we received additional first dose allocations of Fizer, which were distributed again. Toe America and Pima County's All 15 counties received Madonna doses, and so we continued to reserve given the unique storage requirements for our Fizer vaccine. We continue to reserve our Majority vaccine for our local or rural health departments. Um In addition to receiving that first those first doses of visor and Madonna vaccine we have received our second doses so that we can continue vaccinating those that I've already received their first US. And have had that either 21 or 28 Day waiting period. This is Dr Cara Chris State Health director, speaking at the Health Department's covert 19 vaccination rollout. Press briefing on Katie Our news 92 3 FM. So during the week of January, 18th Arizona will have been allocated 803,150 doses total. You can see how that's been allocated across the state. You can see at the bottom where we have prioritized our CDC Long term care facility partnership by providing them with the vaccine that they need to vaccinate our Our staff and residents that are long term care facilities. And then you can also see the number of doses that have gone to the state of Arizona. Um Not all of these doses of the 803 have arrived in Arizona. A number of these doses have been allocated to, um Have been ordered for our county partners and will arrive next week. They We anticipate that with the federal holiday. Usually they arrive Monday through Wednesday. We anticipate that they will arrive Tuesday through Friday of next week. So we continue to add additional sites for vaccine administration, So we have initial phase one and phase one B vaccination sites throughout the state. We have over 200 vaccination sites on our website. We also have activated the second phase of the CDC pharmacy partnership, which began the week of December. 27th. So we initially prioritized in phase one of that partnership are skilled nursing facilities, which are highest security, long term care facilities. Um As of the end of this week, all of those facilities will have had at least their first visit from CVS or Walgreen's, and they are scheduling appointments to start assisted living facilities throughout the state next week. So as additional state. Um uh, that scene becomes available, We will be adding additional providers we've had over 730 providers on bordered with a DHS and over 800 pharmacies statewide have enrolled in the CDC pharmacy program to provide in store vaccinations. We have talked on each week about the long term care partnership that CDC put together with our pharmacy partners. So our pharmacy partners code into the facility's and vaccinate the staff and residents of that facility. Um as of this week over 140 skilled nursing facilities scheduled to receive vaccinations, and they will begin vaccinating are assisted living and our group homes starting next week. We've got over 2000 facilities enrolled in the federal program where one of the states with the highest number of facilities enrolled, and our goal is to cover approximately 450,000 residents and staff over the next couple of months. So this is part of the infographic that we post each day on our website. If you look you can see by county what phase That county is currently vaccinating. The total vaccines and ministered along with the vaccination rate per 100,000. And so you can see statewide 232,000 vaccines have been administered. Um, This may not include some of the doses that are provided by our tribal Our federal partners is this is pulled out of the States Immunization registry. So to talk about updates and announcements of this week. On Monday, we had a soft launch of the State Farm Stadium Probate 19 vaccination site. So far we've administered over 20,000 vaccinations at that site, and we are averaging apart between 203 100 vaccinations per hour. We have booked tens of thousands of appointments through January 31st and anticipate opening up additional appointments. That will be between February 1st and February 28th. Those appointments will open up on January 19th at 9 A.m.. We're very excited. Because our partners have really made this endeavor possible. It's a whole community partnership. And again, we just want to thank the Department of Emergency and Military Affairs, the Arizona Cardinals and state from Stadium Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona, The Catherine and Ben I. V Foundation. Arizona State University and Walgreens. All of these, these groups are playing a large role at the site on D have made this possible. Way also are very excited about the launch of our second state run of vaccinations site. This will be located at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. We are still looking to see how many doses we will have available for that. For that site, so the number of appointments will depend on the available vaccine again. We're partnering with the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs and Arizona State University to run this site. Arizona State University currently runs a testing a saliva based testing site at this location and so they will scale up to provide vaccination administration. Again. Registrations for appointments are going to open up Tuesday, January 19th at 9 A.m. for this site. We updated our easy health. Dr. Hobbes Flash find vaccine website with an interactive map. You can go onto the map. It has all of the current locations with vaccine, you can select a sight and a box will pop up that has information about that site and a link to their registration. So not all of them. Not all vaccine providers are utilizing the state's vaccine management system. Some providers air using their own appointments software, but we will link to them whenever we have that information so that it's one stop shopping when you go to our our map. We will continue to update this map with additional vaccination sites as they come. In a couple of other exciting announcements, we have been expanding access. So a DHS activated the CDC retail pharmacy program. This is going to add up to 100 pharmacy stores over the next few weeks. The first pharmacies to come on board in Arizona are gonna be fries, Safeway and Albertsons. And so those will be included on our sites as we get notified, which pharmacies which specific pharmacy locations will have that scene? But they will be on our website and will be another source for those that are eligible to receive vaccine to go get vaccinated when this program becomes fully activated, more than 800 pharmacies will have covert 19 vaccine available in Arizona. We currently have more than 200 vaccination sites on our website that have received vaccine and this includes 45 community health centers as well. So if you are eligible and you receive care at one of our community health centers You could check on our website to see if they have received vaccine. And again just another update on helping our Arizona hospitals. We have been recruiting nurses with a nursing staffing contract here in the state. That's been one of our most successful endeavors. We are very excited. The majority of the nurses are here. When they arrive. They will stay on site for eight weeks with an opportunity to extend that On gesso. As of last week. 348 nurses have started work. We anticipated almost 200 more arriving this week again that We don't necessarily count them until we've heard that they have Arrived in the state and are attending on boarding at their assigned hospital. But we continue to work with our staffing contract to get all of the nurses that we can here in. Arizona State health director Dr Cara Crist went with her press briefing on covert 19 vaccine rollout that coming from the state Health Department. Go
How to Generate Hundreds of Content Ideas to Support Your Business with Melanie Deziel
"When we're talking all about how to generate hundreds of content ideas to support. Your business and melanie is a wonderful person to talk about this wisdom melanie. Why why do entrepreneurs need content for their business. Break it down. One of the things that we realized in our in our human life are like interpersonal life. Is we tell stories all the time you know when you're catching up with friends or talking to family. It's all about sharing information in telling stories. And i think what happens is when we put ourselves in our business mode we forget that sometimes those human natural stories are what really connects best with people. And so. it's a really important tool for us to be able to attract consumers who can attract customers who will have a better understanding of what it is that we stand for and what we do. It's a way to showcase your expertise to show what it is that you are so good at that you actually went out and created a business around that skill. it's also a really good way to keep that customer engaged because for a lot of our businesses. It's not something people are buying every single day right. There might be weeks or months or maybe even years between each time that they engaged with us. So we need something worth saying in the interim so content can be a really powerful tool for attracting retaining engaging your audience and making sure that you're still top of mind. They're still thinking of us to learning from you and engaging with you when it comes time to make a purchase decision down the line do all businesses need content dues every way shape and form every type of business need content. I think absolutely you know one of the things kind of toughest. Content is a bit of a buzzword right. And so maybe some of your listeners are thinking that content means youtube channel or podcast like yours but content also includes emails that you're sending to your audience that includes the copying the imagery on your website. So you know it's everything you're doing on social media and so i don't think there are too many businesses out there that are thriving without a website without a social presence without any email list. They're generally doing at least a couple of those names. You know so we have to. We definitely have to be more aware of how we're communicating with our audience and all those different ways so back in two thousand twelve. I looked in the mirror. And i said john if you're honest with yourself like you're just not a super creative quote unquote type and i was honest with myself that i just wasn't so i decided to go down. The path of encouraging and asking and then having other individuals provide the content for me. And i was gonna be in the form of these interviews. And i've now done over twenty seven hundred interviews in past eight years and guess what like i'm relying on other people's creativity other people's content for my content distribution channel. Which is this podcast entrepreneurs on fire. So that's my question like what if we're not creative types. What if somebody in fire nations like kind of like jail delek. I'm not super creative. Can we still come up with content ideas. I have a confession jail day when you said back in two thousand twelve. I wasn't creative. I got a pit in my stomach. And i held my breath like no no. We can't have that. It's so sad because some of us in studies prove this out when we're young when we're kids. We have so many creative ideas. We are really uninhibited with sharing all the crazy things we think of. You're telling stories about dinosaur aliens that become zombies and take over your middle school. You know you. You are totally uninhibited and as we get older. We learned to ignore those things to suppress. It were afraid of being made fun of or making a mistake or failing or whatever that that fear is for you so we all have that native innate creative ability and the way. I convinced everyone that you are in fact creative is think of all the creative ways. You have imagined that things would go wrong you. There is absolutely no end to the creative solutions. You can come up with for all the reasons why something won't work or or why it's going to be difficult so we still have that skill. Usually what's lacking is a prompt or inability to activate it when you need it so when we say we're not creative. It's usually more that you you're sitting down to to achieve some goal like come up with content idea you know figure out what to say and your next youtube episode or email and you can't come up with anything on the spot and you convince yourself it's because you have no creative abilities deep in your soul anywhere So really what it is. We often lack a system. And that's what's really important is understanding that you do have that creative ability everyone does and it's more about figuring out how to activate it when you need it. It's sort of like if you think someone woke up in the middle of the night and said arm wrestle and you lost and then you're like well. I have no strength. I am a legal arm. Human being you know and that's often how we treat our creativity we give it no warning we give our brains this challenge to come up with some huge solution out of nowhere no warning and then we we count ourselves out you know and that's one thing as well that i think that a lot of people don't realize is that being creative doesn't mean you have to come up with a great idea every single day or just this stroke of brilliance every week or so it's like i can look back over my eight year career where i've generated over twenty million dollars in my business and i've come up with like three or four good ideas like i've been creative like with these ideas like just a handful of times but they've made all the difference like those two or three or four or five things again over eight years fire nation are been what has been responsible for the bulk of my success of my financial success of my brand six ass etc etc so one thing that i want to talk about next melanie as you break down a really impressive content system in your book so first off give us a little background about this book in then expound upon the system yes the the book is called the content field framework how to generate unlimited story ideas and i wrote this book because of statements made before saying that you're not creative it breaks my heart so what i wanted to do is really break down what it is that i do in my head when i'm trying to come up with content ideas i know that that's kind of my superpower is to come up with ideas off the cuff and so i wanted to put as much of that process into the book as possible so people could adopt that for themselves if it's helpful for coming up with ideas so at the core it really just means understanding that while we think of content ideas and creativity as this amorphous saying you know amuse or a lightning strike or lightbulb moment it's really just two things there's a focus so it's about something right there's a perspective or a lens through which were telling our story and then there's a format we're bringing it to life in some way like audio here or video max info-graphic whatever else so if you understand that formula that every piece of content is just a focus plus a format all you need store a laundry list of focuses in formats at your disposal and you can create combinations at the drop of a hat so that's really the goal with the book to kind of prompt to think about content ideas in that way unless you have that shared language to talk about it becomes a lot easier to say okay. I want to tell a history focused story about this particular topic. What's the best way to bring that story to life Maybe a timeline would be really helpful. It kind of gives you a step by step process to activate that creativity so that you're not just sitting at a blank whiteboard or a blank google doc and hoping
Kingston's Workflow Station, a Dream for Photographers
"My annual pilgrimage. To las vegas for the show was shortened somewhat to stroll across the room where i watched product unveilings on my computer. Alas fortunately some of the vendors had the foresight to send a samples ahead of the show in my hands down favorite. So far is the kingston workflow station. They just announced. I'm now going to introduce it to you as well. I hope you enjoy the show. So this is a nifty device. I'm holding in my hand right now. It's not very big at all. In fact if you have an iphone pro max it's A little bit shorter than that and length Obviously it's a little bit wider because it holds four modules and these modules The the three that. I have right now in here. One comes with the station itself which is Two types of usb usb c and then the traditional usb connector and then i have a card reader for st cards. But it has two slots in it. And i have a card reader for micro esti cards and it has two slots in it. So here's the way. The thing works. And i have pictures of it in the show notes so you can go there and see it but this little guy has a power adapter. This workflow station has a power adapter and You plug it in and you set it up and then has a usb c connection on the back and it has a cord any connected to your computer. And if you don't have a usb c port on your computer then you can use a converter for the traditional usb connection so then you plug it in and you've got these four open slots on top and you just plug in the modules that you wanna use and so right now i'm going to plug in my usb module. I mean super use. Soy put flash drives and all that good stuff in the usb module and then the sd card reader. That's going to go on front. 'cause i use those babies a lot in then microsd card reader and i still have another slot open so i could get another module depending on What i use most or depending on what comes from kingston in the future and fill up that fourth slot. If i want so right now. I've got three of these little workflow readers here now. The cool thing about them is that they plug into the station via a usb c port in the back so it's really nice they just doc really's just drop them in there but if you're headed out the door and you wanna bring a card reader with you then you just grab the little module They come with a nice little. Cords all the courts and everything you need. Come with this both with the modules and with the dock itself does grab the cord. You probably already have one in my case. It would be usb c to usb c court grab it and then you've got a module that you can use a card reader a very fast card reader that you can use when you're on the go and you come back. You pulled out of your backpack and you put it in the dock. And how nifty is this. I mean first of all. It's just fun kind of fun. But it's also super practical. Now let me read you a little bit about what kingston says about it. The workflow station in readers give users the freedom to create and customize a file offload setup that fits their needs allowing them to transfer video photos and audio from multiple sources at once. And this is one of the major keys. It's not just like let's say you come back from you. Know a shoot where you have four cards way. You don't have to do one card and then waiting another car and wait and you just plug them all in and it sorts it up. You can do multiple downloads. What's very important. Whether on a four k slash ak multi cam shoot with portable audio recorders or filming. Be roll with drones and go pros with the customizable workflows station. Doc you can. Simultaneously connect the usb mini hub sd or micro sd readers that the shoot requires to transfer footage quickly. Workflow readers can also be used standalone by connecting to a laptop via the included usb c cable giving users the flexibility to have their workflow on the go right. So you can use it either way to keep the dock at your computer at home or in your studio. Grab the little card readers as you need and you know the nice thing about having them in the dock here is you. Don't lose them right so when you come back you put him in the dock and they're always like right there on your desk ready to go. You haven't misplaced me. You haven't forgotten where they are.
76ers quarantine in New York after positive test
"Years find themselves in quarantine in New York. A player tested positive yesterday for covert 19. Let's get the story from KY double use. Dave. Um, they gave Stay in well, a team source told us the six years we're going to stay overnight in New York after their loss to Brooklyn because of the positive tests. They're following MBA protocol is they wait to figure out what's next, ESPN reported. Seth Curry is the player who got the coronavirus. He was on the bench during the first quarter last night. He did not play against the Nets because of ankle soreness. He was worried a mask while sitting next to assistant coach Sam Cassell. And at one point, Jo Ellan bead. ESPN says Carrie went into isolation once he found out and exited Barclay Center separate from everybody else wants the night was done and be told ESPN. He's going to self quarantine away from his family until he knows that he's in the clear and bead has an infant son all of this new surface shortly after post game press conferences were over last night, so there was no chance to ask any players or head coach Doc Rivers about these developments. The Sixers are scheduled to play Denver tomorrow at home. No idea what's going to happen with that, and they have four scheduled games within the next seven days and six within the next 10 yesterday, more
Seth Curry tested positive for COVID-19 during game
"Have have a a full full schedule schedule in in the the near near future, future, but but they they find find themselves themselves in in quarantine quarantine in in New New York. York. Player Player tested tested positive positive yesterday yesterday for for covert covert 19 and we go to carry over these. Dave. You ran for the update, Dave. Hey. And while the team source told us that they're going to follow MBA protocol as they deal with this situation, ESPN reported that Seth Curry is the player who tested positive. We don't know how the 30 year old Curry is feeling. But he did appear very much into the game when he was on the bench for the first quarter last night in Brooklyn. Curry didn't play because of ankle soreness. He was wearing a mask while sitting next to Assistant coach Sam Cassell and Jo Ellan beat at one point later on in the first quarter, ESPN says Once Carrie found out about his positive test, he went into isolation and eventually exited Barclay Center separate from everybody else and be told ESPN he's going to self quarantine away from his family until he knows that he's clear. He has an infant son. And all of this new surface shortly after post game press conferences were over last night, so we haven't heard from any other players or head coach Doc Rivers, the Sixers as you mentioned in our scheduled to play Denver tomorrow at home, no idea what's going to happen with that. They have four scheduled games within the next seven days and six within the next 10.
NBA 2020-21: Philadelphia 76ers Beat Washington Wizards Despite Bradley Beal's Record-tying 60 Points
"This evening eked out a 1 41 toe 1 36 win over the wizards up by a whole lot more. Early in the third quarter. I believe they're up by as much as 21 points before relinquishing that lead Washington how to briefly in the end, Sixers came through and be with a big night. We're going to talk about all of that. As well, as you know, we want to get excited, right? We want to get, you know, like all in like, throw caution to the wind that should say and then go all in with the 70 Sixers team, but Only eight games into the season. We've been here before, and that's why we have to bring in an expert someone who has covered this team for many, many, many years nice enough to join us. From the Bucks, County Courier, Times Intelligencer, Burlington County Times and occasionally USA Today Sports. His name is Tom or what's up, Tom? John. How you doing tonight? Tom, You know you spent the evening at the Wells Fargo Center. As you have so many nights over the years, Tom, let me start with tonight's game six years held. I believe it was a 21.20 or 21 point lead at some point in this game. Clearly, I mean, relinquish it to the point where they completely gave it up Washington to lead but they came through in the end. Um I guess time I wouldn't want to ask you first is when they gave up that lead. What was from your standpoint? What was the chief reason? Why was it lack of focus? Was it something Washington was doing? What did you see? All the sixes have been scorned kind of will. And I think what happened was when, when, uh, Doc Rivers went to his bench like midway through the third quarter. I think they kind of were still into that score mode, and they did not really clamp down defensively. And Bradley feel You know what Just went nuts. You played the whole third quarter. He had 25 in the third quarter 25. They were up 19 with 2 32 to go in the third quarter. Yeah, John, I've covered the NBA for 33 years. That's tied for the most points I've ever seen in an NBA game. Alan ever, said 16 on February 12 to 6 and five at the center against the Magic. That is an incredible amount of points. Or an NBA game? Yeah, e get six is a lot of credit that you know you're right. The Wizards went up to when Meadow hit that little shot with about seven minutes, having a half minutes ago. And they, you know, they brought the starters back and they kept score, and they got stops in the health field of three points in the fourth quarter. You know and and pulled it out. I mean, they're beating their winning games they should win against means they should be, And I think that's a reason to be certainly cautiously at least optimistic. Yeah, I was going. I mean, you know how many the last two or three years we went through these stretches or through most of the season, where they would lower themselves to their opponent either eke out an ugly victory or end up losing those games and through eight, all of eight games. We haven't seen that thus far. Let me talk. Let me talk about a couple of players on the roster. I got to start with Jo Ellan beat Is this the best Jo Ellan beat has looked as a professional in your eyes. I think he has. I mean, tonight. You don't. He didn't score in the first quarter. I think you missed his first five shot. You know, it was a little lethargic Monday night just wasn't into the game tonight. He was into the game, but he just seemed to be going like 100 miles an hour, missing a lot of shots. And he just He just got to go on ended up with 38. You know, had 10 points in the fourth quarter kind of took over the game when it was, you know, on the line midway through the fourth quarter. Uh, yeah, And defensively, you know, blocking shots from guards driving to the basket he gave. He gave Netto our time after blocking his shots. And I guess it had come like you know you you should know better going to get me in practice. If you know it. This and the sixties, and Doc Rivers is taken advantage of giving him the ball and to his credit. He's taking less threes, and he's playing Maura in the low post and the mid range where he is most effective. You know you brought up Doc rivers, So let me skip away from the players for a moment and go to Doc Rivers. We watch seven years of Brett Brown and would sympathize with him a times and maybe defend him at times because of what he had to work with and what he was dealing with the front office and don't shoot the messenger and everything else in between. Tom, I gotta tell you through, you know, eight games. I mean, Doc Rivers is blowing Brett Brown out of the water. I mean, is he making that much a difference? Well, I mean, I think he he had He knows what he wants, and he's done it before, And I think that really helped When you have that experience you thought with the Flyers with Alain Vigneault after hacks call who was new and was learning on the fly, and I think rep around to a large extent, it's the same thing. You know, he also had shooters that Curry has been fantastic. He doesn't force thing You know, He really doesn't. He gets his threes and in the flow of the game. He's a pretty good ball handler and runs a lot of two million games with oil indeed. No eyes. Good passer. You know, Danny Green starting to play, you know. Feel better offensively, at least, although you know Bradley Beal, holy smokes or cinema towards him and Matisse Bible as And, uh, you know, whoever else uh, you know was on him tonight. But, yeah, I think he has a system. He knows what he wants to do. He's done it before, and he's trying to make the system. That the players rather than make, you know, like he's making the system Revolve around the players rather than trying to do the you know, Square Peg round hole kind of things,
Embiid's double-double leads 76ers past Hornets 118-101
"Tobias Harris scored twenty two points in the seventy Sixers moved to six in one with their fourth straight win one eighteen one oh one over the Hornets Jo Ellen beat had forty points and eleven rebounds to help the Sixers win a two game set in Philadelphia and beat is averaging a team high thirty three point four minutes per game under first year coach doc rivers after having his playing time closely monitored by former coach Brett brown and beat also paces the team in scoring at twenty five points a game Gordon Hayward at eighteen points in struggling devante Graham added fifteen for the Hornets I'm Dave Ferrie
Why You Need Start Doing Video with Cheryl Tan
"Why don't you unpack. This no fell video formula. Because i think this is really going to draw the picture for people. I think this is going to put it a little bit more concrete structure for them. So as i mentioned earlier i have been in front of the camera for many many years. I was a long time tv journalist. I've made all of my mistakes. Live in front of a lot of people and when i started working with business owners when i started my company. I realized that the things that i did for. Tv for the news for my job. It was the system. I just didn't put it into words. Just i didn't have to. I was under a deadline. I had multiple deadlines a day and so focused on any of those pieces. I wouldn't get my job done. So i had to create this system to help explain to business owners. I was working with the path to creating video so zero video is to me a five step process and all laid out right here is five peaks. It's prepare position process publish and promote and again when i was in the newsroom when i was working under deadline i did all of these things. Just did them all at the same time and i did not wittingly. Didn't like think about it. I just did it. But then since then i've had to really break it down to help people who are not used to a deadline. Who are not used to being in front of the camera to really see how to make this work for them. So the one thing. I want to say before i kind of go through my five. Ps is that being on camera is comfortable uncomfortable for everybody for most everybody. Most people i work with. They don't feel comfortable. They don't like the sound of their voice. They don't like the way their hair looks right. Now i don't love the way my hair looks but you just push through knowing that the information that you're sharing the value you're giving is more important than anything else and the first step of my no fill video formula is to prepare. Unfortunately being on video needs a little bit more equipment than like logging or even podcasting. You kind of need a camera so most of the time a camera that you have that you're using to text with to check your stocks with is good enough. The smartphone that you have in your hand will have a camera that is good enough and preparing is just that preparing that preparing and making sure you have a camera preparing your audio to make sure that you're in a quiet place if you don't have an external microphone and then also making sure that people can see you so i do have a light on me right now but if you don't sitting by a window and making sure you're facing the window so that the light is shining on you is really enough. There doesn't need to be a huge monetary outlay. If that's where you want to start which is using what you have right now. And i know a lotta people kind of get stuck in the prepare mode. I know it. Because i hear all the questions. Oh you know. Should i get this camera. Should i get that an icee. Let's wait until we figure out how you're going to use video in your business and if you continue with it sure get the next level. Dsl our share. A picture with me. Because i love to stay ahead. I love a good camera just like anybody else but until you get to that point. Let's start with what you have. And then the next part is the next part that dumps people is the positioning that you have in your space. What are you going to say on camera. How are you going to connect with people who want to hear what you have to say and so positioning is really just figuring out who want to talk to on camera and giving them content. That will help them create value in their day so that could look very different for many different people when i do videos from youtube channel. I know that people are asking me questions about equipment. They're asked me questions about scripts and they're asked me questions about backgrounds and things like that so my videos are focused on giving them those answers. So i have a script template that i share. I have all kinds of equipment guide that people can download for free and if you look at your content in that way you can do the same thing for your audience. It's really funny. You know. I'm glad you brought that up. It's funny because i have. I think i have over one hundred videos on my youtube channel. And i would bet that eighty percent of them. The topics of eighty percent of them were questions. The people had asked me either. They asked me over social or by email or maybe it was in another video alive. I was doing. They had asked this question in the comments. But i take a lot of my content. The topics from questions people are asking me because after all i'm here to serve them. It's not about what's interesting to me. It's about what they wanna know. So i love that as a tip. I think that's a simple easy tip on how to start creating ideas of what you're going to talk about. I love this tip to is more more so in the last few months i've been on a lot of virtual call like summits and webinars with organizations with a lot of people who are on the call and they ask you a bunch of questions and so i'll take the questions that come in through zoom and i'll just save them a click save on the chat and take those questions and turn them into videos knowing that if one person is asking that question most likely someone else is asking it somewhere that i can figure out. Seo wise how to put that on youtube. But then i also have a piece of video that answers the question that i know that at least one person has so i can even send that video to that one person but it's not so much that we don't have content in her head or that we even have trouble organizing it is sometimes. We just don't know where to get started and to me. That's a great start. If people already asking you questions save it. Save it somewhere safe so you can refer to it over and over again. Just keep a running list. I actually have google. Doc and i actually have a note in my iphone. Wear whenever a topic comes up whenever a question comes up. I always just keep rolling index of topics and i usually put them in kind of title format. And then i use that as kind of the framework of what i'm going to create the content about whether it be a podcast episode or a video or blockbuster. Whatever it's just a habit that i've developed over the years so i think that's a great idea. I love that and my problem. Unfortunately i have a lot of ideas and a lot of different places. I put them in. So don't do that. Note to self right. Do not do that. If you're going to have a google. Doc have one not like five where things are difficult to find. And that's the other thing is sort of creating for yourself. A process that you will follow. I was just talking to a client. Just a bit ago and i said to her. What if you started a weekly facebook live to your audience. They ask you questions all the time they ask you all the time. All kinds of questions you have answers to that for them relate and you have answers for them that are related to your business. Maybe add some sort of product is out of stock. Or you're getting a new shipment of this or your hours changing. Why don't we have a weekly update like wednesdays at ten. Am that you can share all of the updates for the week and your audience knows to check in on that every single week at the same time and if they're not there live they can catch the replay. What i find is that me saying that is one thing but actually having them feel comfortable enough to do that is another so we just wanna give one tip dennis and you know. I know you probably didn't have to do this in the very beginning. But some people don't necessarily feel comfortable talking on camera so what you could do is just turn on your camera like turn on your phone. Swipe up put the camera on selfie mode and start recording yourself every morning after you get up. Maybe after you've had some coffee record yourself giving like a one minute tip of the day. It won't go anywhere it won't unless you wanted to won't go anywhere. Just have it on your phone and try that for seven days and then take a look at them. See how you feel about them after. You've recorded them. What you'll probably see is it wasn't so bad and then you're kind of building that muscle memory. You're like oh. I can do this. I can record this on my phone. I can share this tip. I can share that tip and it can be succinct. It can be valuable and once it's on my phone. I can share it.
Health Officials Say COVID-19 Variant Was Detected in San Diego County
"More cases of a new and highly contagious Corona virus strain or being found in southern California, San Diego County health officials have announced as three more people have tested positive for the very end more now from Miguel Almaguer. The infection in California, which comes after a case in Colorado appears to be community spread. While scientists expected mutations. They believe this variant spreads more efficiently because of changes to its spike protein, which could more easily Doc on the human cell. The strain has also been detected in Florida. It is more transmissible, but health officials don't believe right now it causes a more severe infection. They also believe the current vaccines will be effective against
Back in Control; a Chronic Pain Series with David Hanscom, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon
"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here. And today i have the privilege to host. Dr david hans kohn he is an orthopedic spine surgeon who practice focused on patients with failed back surgeries he quits practice in seattle washington to present his insights into solving chronic pain which evolved from his own battle with it. The second edition of his book back in control surgeons roadmap out of chronic. Pain is just a great read. His website back in control dot com presents. An action plan on how to get rid of chronic pain. How to cure it his new book. Do you really need spine surgery. Take control with the surgeons. Advice was released this fall. Two thousand nineteen. It is intended for healthcare providers and patients alike to make good decisions about undergoing spinal surgery. We're gonna be diving into healthcare costs. The use of medicine the over use of medicine and chronic pain and dr hans com is gonna give us his perspective on it so just such a privilege to happy here david. Thanks for joining us. Thank you very much for having me on your show so before we dive in to what you guys do at back in control dr hans come. I want to better understand what inspires your work in healthcare. He sheriff's with us a little bit about that will. I'm a little bit of a different perspective. Advice spent two years training in internal medicine so sort of like an internist about the whole patient from the beginning finished started despite the orthopedic surgery went into spine surgery and i took sort of research and development into internal medicine and vice versa and around nineteen ninety develop chronic pain. There was extreme notion that whole komo's thirteen years knows one of the surgeons who's been on both sides of the other very certain i trained top ship in minneapolis and i came out on fire to ensure projectors thirty and i felt obligated to do it because people were desperate. There's no the answer. I viewed myself as the end of the line in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. Three a paper came out in the state of washington showing that the success rate of respond fusion rebecca workers compensated. Washington was twenty two percent and my results better than that but they weren't damaged better. So i just talk a first data. The humidity show. That operation didn't work and then simpson. There's been one research paper in sixty years. The documents that are spinal fusion for backing actually works. And i quit doing back for back pain. I still do quite a survey for deformity and repeat pictured reason in infection stuff but Another paper came thousand six said in a very straightforward patient when he did a back fusion. This is how to scampered beckmann at five hundred. Twelve success rate was twenty three percent so anytime of day about chronic pain went off and abyss so to speak up rings already. Seventeen different physical symptoms. I came out in. two thousand. Three is started showing the to patients in a process evolve. That was self directed called the doc project. Dress your own care and i wrote. The book explained the background to the patients but usually mostly shelter to process. I wash well over. Fifteen hundred patients go to pain free. Which i never thought was possible so i started treating patients systematically with the i caught a surgeon. Approach in on opport- here we dramatically dressing all the literature just dealing with the literature said to do and people started getting better went to pain. Pre is the same time spiny last ten years to become incredibly aggressive instead of doing one into little pieces for backing. The didn't work. We're doing eight. Ten twelve fourteen fusions. That don't work except that. The complication rate is much higher as you well know with larger fusion oshii three to five patients every week having charged on a relatively normal fines that they didn't eat as watching hundred patients go to pain-free with minimal risk in no cost so the difference between became so dramatic to me that in december two thousand eighteen actually quit my practice premature peter my career to pursue this process. Here i three years ago. December two thousand eighteen has been wrought eight months. Okay almost two years man. That's that's just incredible. I mean you know you're at the peak of your career and you decide to make a shift. I mean this this. This was a big deal for you so much so that you decided to change at all while the promise people understand is that people are concerned user last resort. And it's a last resort. It's or something operate on. But for instance it have degenerative disk disease which is actually been documented to be a normal finding as you age is been well documented that it had not a source of pain. No no research paper documents that it works where it almost twenty billion dollars year of his operation. That doesn't work and on top of that with chronic pain way to induced. Depression
Boeing 737 Max passenger flights resume in U.S. after nearly two-year ban
"Good evening thank you for joining us. Grounded no more the boeing seven. Three seven max. Take fighting the us again tomorrow. This coming after two crashes in the last two years still fresh in the minds of loved ones demanding answers and accountability. Here's abc's bob woodruff brand new model. Who called ongoing seven thirty. Seven max eight. They didn't understand the danger that they were walking into. What started out as routine flights up quickly became pilots worst nightmare. A plane had flown into the at full speed with two airplanes down. Three hundred and forty six people killed by two thousand nineteen boeing becoming the focus of global firestorm. Now nearly two years. After being grounded boeing seven thirty-seven max with significant changes is set to carry passengers once again. The max was born out of boeing's need to keep up with its closest competitor airbus instead of developing an entirely new plane to catch up with airbus. They decide to take a shortcut and revamp a model. That's already on the market saving them a lot of extra time and money. One of the big customers early on was young budget carrier in indonesia calls lion air. It was a huge deal. Lion air had asked boeing about later training for their pilots and boeing dissuaded. Them from this now. According to internal boeing documents one of their employees ridicule the request in a message to colleagues saying now lionair might need a sim to fly the max and maybe because of their own stupidity i'm scrambling trying to figure out how to unscrew this now. Idiots will they were mocking them. Because if lion air required simulator training than other airlines. And say well wait a minute. Wait a minute. If they're requiring it maybe we need it than the whole house. A car with start to fall apart on the early morning of october. Twenty ninth two thousand eighteen at the airport in jakarta the capital of indonesia lion air flight. Six ten was getting ready to take off. Its destination was the city of panko. Penang which is located on the indonesian highland a bunka very shortly after the flight takes off near. The pilots are struggling with the plane. The stick shaker pops off it is loud and it is rattling in the captain's hands just ten minutes later. A tugboat captain was out on the java. Sea just east of jakarta maranatha. Did you go to the president. Data news of the crash broke. I immediately flew in from beijing. Where i was based at the time so the sun has just gone down and you can see all the police officers along this doc this cruise been pulling up and carrying out debris piece by piece. There is no anyone could have survived the box. We found that the rep was pitchy up and down down and up and down up. It's up and down for about twenty four times. It was revealed. That pilots were rifling through the pilot. Trying to apparently figure out. What new turns out that. Boeing had installed a flight control system on the seven thirty seven. Max that had the power to take control of the plane from the pilots without them. Even knowing about the program was called m. cass m. cass maneuvering characteristics augmentation system and that this system under certain circumstances can trigger in such a way that it will cause the airplane to nose down so the reason they put 'em on airplane was because they put these brand new huge engines on an old airframe and that changed the way the airplane flew this affected. The engines came in airplanes starts to want to pitch up all by itself. The idea was to provide something that would offset that pitching moment or causing the nose to come up. The pilots have no idea why this plane is going down against their will so they tried to fight it and the way m cast was designed. It was given the control authority to do it as many times as necessary. In other words it was given the power to try to kill them essentially until it finally succeeded
IBM COVID-19 Vaccine Cold Chain, Cellhawk Surveillance Tool, SISA Releases Malware Detection Tool, and Macros Used in Cyber Attack
"Defending the covid nineteen vaccine supply chain in an editorial ibm's global league for threat intelligence. Nick rosman makes the case that this supply chains should be treated on the same level as the electrical grid or air. Traffic control arguing. It's now part of national critical infrastructure. He points out that pharmaceutical companies medical manufacturers and component suppliers in vaccine clinical trials have already been subject to attacks with the fishing campaign. Starting suppliers of cold storage need to transport the vaccines the largest supply chain of suppliers. Distributors storage facilities and packers provides a number of vectors to impede the vaccine's ultimate distribution for rosman the key to defending the supply chain is collective action and a coordinated strategy with an organized approach to threaten intelligence sharing cellular aggregation tool detailed in police reports. The tool is called sell hawk from hawk analytics and is often used by law enforcement. So hawk collects information provided by cell providers at the maps of people's locations movements and relationships claiming to be able to process a years worth of cellular data in about twenty minutes. This can allow police departments take information from so-called tower dumps that lists all phones connect to a given tower and create spreadsheets attract connected phones without a warrant so can correlate this with gps and other data generated by smartphones to show how a person moved and use their phone over time with the ability to do things like continuously monitor specific phones and send alerts to law enforcement when someone moves out of gio fence daria ceasar releases a malware detection. Tool for azure and microsoft. Three sixty five. The powershell based tool called. Spiro is designed for incident responders to look for unusual potentially malicious activity. The tool was developed by ceases. Cloud forensics team and checks the unified as m three sixty five audit log for indicators of compromise lists azure ad domains and checks as your service principles and their microsoft graft permissions to discover potential. Malicious activity sparrow a response to a rash of recent authentication based attacks seen in multiple sectors macro based mail where uses git hub and imager in attacks. Were docs are a common attack vector for cyber attacks. No need for me to tell you that. Researchers arc birger details about a new technique however that uses macro in a word file to download a power shell script from getup then initiates the download of a benign image file from the image hosting service imager the pixel values from that image then used by the power shell script in calculating the next age payload ultimately decoding cobalt strikes script on windows systems after publishing their findings. The researchers found that the domain associated with the c. to server the script attempts to reach is no longer available
REIGNY DAY FINALE
"All right big announcement. I told you there is an announcement. Maybe you heard. Maybe it would hurt. Because i think this probably only place. I'm going to say it. This is going to be the last rainy day podcast because i am abandoning zach. I'm abandoning the rain. And i'm leaving. I have taken a job In detroit or for the red wings and tigers. I won't be broadcasting games. I'm hoping to maybe keep doing that. But let's not get another personal stuff. Because i think it's better to burn out than fade away. Neil young one said. And so i know what you're wondering. Now who's gonna fill in In join zack. As he continues up these pains. And i don't know i don't know I don't know what will happen. What are you thinking right now. I mean i mean how could we possibly replace you It's been raining in ontario for the last year and a half. It's finally going to be sunny day without the rainy day. Podcast starting in twenty twenty one So bittersweet you know we had a great run. Here was excited to keep it going. But i'm looking forward to some some time away from the from the microphone busy good. This became a simon and garfunkel situation. And yes. I am. The paul simon in this group and will likely go on to be wildly successful whereas zach will have mrs robinson and that's about it as as far as his hits go. I'm moving on out. I will get into a few things in a sack. But i another thing. You're thinking as who's going to call the ring games. And i think it's gotta be used back and i know everyone's like well that can't call the games second kagame. He's never called a hockey game before bites little. Do you know zach as a matter of one time hopped on the mike in called. Play by play for the terreaux fire. Department verse d. n. y. Game and i have a couple of clips from that game to an active. Going gonna put these on. I'm going to put him on to just give you a feel for what's coming out the bye-bye now you guys may have you thinking. Wow we liked listening again. It was pretty okay on the games but it is. I think going to add a level of excitement. So here's just one clip. That i'll play now. Sixteen seconds left on the clock on panthers on. This is the most exhilarating game i've seen in my life. The sixteen bazan italians are going berserk. We had seven seven game. Twelve point four on the clock here at citizens business bank arena. What a saturday afternoon. Matinee team home crowd atmosphere s really pushed antero odd. Ny sdn y they. They might be a little bit rattled hearing this timid visiting atmosphere. S some there. I mean you future in this. I mean i'm used to calling games with sixteen or less people at them. So that's that's me up well to do this during a pandemic it's So that's one thing in my favor Like color man from that game is a one time rainy day. Podcast guest mas- mcelroy. I'm sure he would up and leave his current job with vegas come back and be the rain kellerman unpaid of course as you can tell by his performance in that obviously wouldn't pay him to do color I think he would probably leave in a heartbeat to that. So the tandems there. I mean the the obvious answers in place with myself on play by play nat color. So we'll see you know maybe Maybe i do have a few. Maybe though You know some other. Nhl teams here that call on this rainy day. Podcast they want me to call. Nhl games and the rain are still looking. I don't know you leave as well. Yeah maybe you know that could volt. Nbc job doc. Emrick guy retired. Maybe they hear this. They just kind of me up to that job So something to think about moving forward. So let's wrap up here. i do you know. There's a lot of people that i like. That i've said to so i'm not gonna do it here But this podcast has been an absolute blast. And so i do want to thank everyone who has lessons This is been a ton of fun of once. We got into the rhythm of it. And i think we did a good thing here with this. I'm really gonna miss call in the ring games like calling the game. Not being able to do that consistently is very bitter sweet. I guess it's just bitter. It's not sweet leaving bittersweet but calling. The game's not not being able to do that next year. It's tough But the just gonna be here. And i'm not going to get into because it's really not any your business you listeners. But i But i am going to miss all of you. I love doing this. Podcast and i love working for the rain and you never know. Maybe i'll see again. Maybe i won't But i just thank you for listening and we have had a lot of fun doing this. Podcast i think zach. Have you know. I have a lot of funded. Didn't really know what to expect when a lot better than it did. In our trial run in two thousand eighteen nineteen so is it was really cool to kind of see what it turned into to be able to have some really cool guests on some of our our players our top prospects you know sharing some stories and having fun. I thought that we took it in our own direction. Didn't care what anyone else thought. And i liked that. We had the chance to do that. Yeah i agree so again. Thank you to all of you. Thank you to our supporters of his reign staff year. And darren glenn we're We're big supporters and in the as well mike and kelly cheesman was big friend of the program we We always appreciated that support. But we're going to put this thing to bed. The rainy day podcast is gonna go out of the world just like it came in which is very mysteriously and very auspiciously. So that's how that's how we're gonna leave this zach good luck. I'm sure you'll work your release another month but i. I don't know maybe leave. Maybe won't be able to do it without me. I have kind of been You've been riding my coattails this organization for long enough. Maybe the time is up sharply in the local paper to try and replace that how we hire down these days just like a like a wanted like wanted middle aged five gaster with sas. I think you should open auditions open. Auditions zach a week long. Tweet year your audition at rain. Insider and i will be happy to listen to all audition tapes. That are tweeted to me. I think that's a great idea. Degraded him all right everyone. It has been a blast. We'll talk to you later. Maybe probably not for now is just goodbye.
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"Spend like. I sort of like picture. J. simmons being like got an email from my agent. What's the job on the volley. Five thousand leaning corona virus. All you have to do is just sit here and read this It's not a insurance money. But i'll do it. Yeah yeah just put it on the pile at this point. That's interesting yeah. I think. I think you'll be seeing a lot of documentaries because to shoot. Narrative is too costly. And you not do not doable really. So you're not paying sag rates for actors. I mean that's that's the other like work around. I guess all right. I mean i with with docs. Yeah i mean i wonder. It's like an entertainment. Doc which you found a couple of entertainment docks. Those people just don't take sag rates when they're doing data name and they're not getting paid as actors right so they don't get paid no. It's a day rate. Yeah yeah it's like if you do like Wives who stabbed their husbands. Are you know those kind of shows you just get a day ray. Kind of thing i did. Just watch comedy store dock and is okay little these behind that whole project. Mike finder the showtime and mike binder the all the filmmaker comedian guy okay. I'm used to be a comic from my. The eighties is okay. it's weird. The first episode. I thought was really pretty good. And then it just kept getting worse like they started doing like these tier teary moments of of like the comedy store with peter. Gabriel or you know or with. I'm sorry we'll take a music. That's the sound of silence. And it's joe rogan in black and white and and it's it was so bad it was so small tse it was like law. It was kind of hard to watch to be honest some late. Just give me give me stories. That's all i really want. have you done you've done. You've done one of the rooms and the comedy store ever been to. I've done the original room twice in the belly room twice. I've only i've never gone up on stage. We just d- recorded a podcast. There one time through kill my home. I got it was like a hundred and ten degrees. That day was so hot. Yeah it was rough. Those are fun. Okay moving on so another documentary. That's coming up. Also on november twenty third. I believe or in that area in three weeks is the zappa documentary very excited. Because i am a huge fan of epa frank but to be more exact and there have been. There have been other documentaries about frank but this one is kind of has His family behind it and most importantly gail zappa who was famous for not letting people use footage likenesses Anything that she couldn't control his fact. She sued log. Anita's brewery first. There's a beer that they put out every year because they were they would have a zappa fessed up there. That beer was awesome and she got she got she heard about it and was like nope. You didn't ask my permission. Which they should have a zappa. Yeah i mean it's franks up. It's not like it's a captain beef heart burger or something you know i mean i think you should get permission to make the captain beefburger. Also it should be him bar. Heart fish sandwich is what. Gm the the trout says special chow mass special shiny beasts. Still one of my all time favorite. So you can't really see behind me. But i literally took all of my albums out there and i've been alphabetizing them. Did you move the shelf. Because i moved the shelf and then i took that time to actually alphabetize my albums. So it's a big endeavor. And i have a large zappa collection. Probably sixty zappa albums. So i'm very excited. I'm a big fan of zappa. One of my favorite. I used date this girl and she's always say the shortest woman's bathroom lines are at breweries. Zappa concerts and i used to always love that. Because she's right so anyways this is coming out in a few weeks. This is i leave alpha. Just yeah yep winners. The director. Yup exactly And it's also going to have and also like a zappa's behind this The families behind it. So i think there's gonna be some cool footage. And you're gonna see like in underwood's steve vai david harrington roy ray white people like that are going to be in and if you're zappa fan you're gonna love it and if you have if you don't know zappa which a lot of people don't you should watch. And just see the kind of creative geniuses. This country used to put out like like he was on major labels for a long time until he got up got out and started his own label. But like this is a major major thinker. Not just a musician. A thinker american unfortunately died at fifty three. I think something like that. So i will admit that. I'm not a deepen zappa. But like he definitely like seems to have a lot of influence outside of just as music in the sense of like the way someone like the residents or beef heart does also like sort of like a world building aspect to what they do. But i i'm under the impression that maybe you know a lot more about this that there is there might be some discord inside of the family where the might be no. There's absolutely. Oh yeah. I think i think diesel was cut out pretty much. And that's why i believe is part of this. I don't think diesels a part of this doc. I do believe dewey's oh was kind of out because they had different opinions on how to use frank material and do easels still tours as diesel on zappa on zappa okay. Yeah i've met someone who played in. Yeah so that's maybe where. I got this back story. I mean it's like a lot of people don't know but yeah i mean you know having worked with the former dead kennedys. I know a little bit about the kind of rifts that can happen over. ip that was much different spirit and time you need to solve that shit from the star but nobody ever thinks they're going to make it big so you know we we. I think we figured it out and we haven't made a big so we're like that's why we know we we. Yeah we're to organize to make it big. Well let's actually. Let's listen to the trailer zappa trailer. Now this is a number we always play when people ask us to play more because we know that after we play this they couldn't possibly ever want to hear again. We were loud. We were course than we were strange. He had so much town that fight everything. You insist on very high. Exacting standards i think if a shoot any lower than that. You're gonna wind up with something. Sleazy watch us. he's don't you. Snow was just writing all the time he wouldn't stop. He heard things a particular way and then he tried to manifest them the world. Each show was like a position. Frank was considered hyper laurel canyon. Any kind of rock star especially the british guys who came to town wanted to meet frank. I've ever heard anything like it before. Said frank embodied everything you couldn't say. Oh yeah that's rock and roll so it wasn't it's has no it's pop music known. Well what the hell is this. It's apple before we get started support for this. Podcast comes from boost with facebook. Who's podcast boost. My business with david fisher features unique perspectives and insight from business leaders and small business owners. Here's stories and anecdotes about businesses just like yours gain insight on what it takes to grow a business and learn from both mistakes and triumphs of others. Download boost my business wherever you get your podcasts. That's boost my business podcast. I had a film that i wanted to check out. Just been like i just moved. I have like a lot of work. Stuff have a lot of extra documentary extracurricular non documentary projects and just like watching queen's gambit on folks so good i stood i wanna get. I've been wanting to play chess like for months. And i'm just like i really need to fucking can i give you a tidbit about queen's gambit it's a it's a script that apparently was knocking around hollywood for a long time and they originally wanted our guy just just lost his name Direct no no no to star in it was going to be ellen page. She was going to be the the chess player and then he's ledger was going to be like the the romance part of heath ledger. And ellen page can you imagine. 'cause it's perfect. I think it's perfect. It's the casting is like the key somewhat like okay. She's supposed to be thirteen. And like twenty three or whatever but like it's better. I mean other than ellen page. I can't think of a lot of other people like kind of do that. Range i only elevates now could not play a thirteen year old. But she's a little older now. But that i unfortunately can't remember the actress name but she's amazing in it. She was in a thoroughbreds which is actually pretty good. She's in new mutants. But i did not see that. I heard it was pretty trash. But yeah a queen's gambit is a good watch. Your goods will watch. That's the fictional worlds but in the non fictional world. I heard an interview with david sanger tournament. Where was. I didn't know much about him. I've never read his books. I watched documentaries basically so don't have to read books. That's one of the reasons i do. So he had a book called the perfect weapon about cyber warfare and as it could possibly have impacted more well-known example. Is the the hack around. Sony around the the seth rogan movie. Oh right john. Kim jong il and yeah so perfect weapon directed by john. Maggio it's on. Hbo has been out for a little bit. i think they want the. It came out just a few weeks ago. October sixteenth and i think they just wanted out before the election. There's a few things that they wanted out right before the election like borat right but yeah i mean the interviews were convincing watched trailer and i'm like i cannot tell you anything substantive about cyber warfare and it's probably just like a lot of these things have like social dilemma or the great. Hack where mike. I'm gonna feel pretty smart about half an hour or two a day after watching it and then you ask me why i'll be like whoa corrupt like yeah you forget. I'm not gonna have the details at hand i know. Isn't that weird that you can. You can watch it. Being grossed two hours later simply ask you what it's about. And you're like seth rogan movie and stuff and i'm like oh it's the reason why everything is wrong. Is this movie and like why. I'm like you watch the movie. The they'll you'll know it for exactly ninety minutes right. Yeah exactly our retention is the problem. I mean that's a good thing about this podcast. Is we have to kind of talk about stuff. After i've i mean we've done this for five years. I can't i can't remember barely anything about some of the tough as we've seen no it's too i remember when we were interviewing jesse thorn in la and he was like so off off mike dodgy. You guys have been watching. I was like fuck. I can't think of any right now. And he's like you're going to make a great podcast. I mean yeah same. Like i'm like oh. Let's talk about queen's gambit for twenty minutes in this documentary man so perfect weapon is out. it's on my list of to my watch lists pinned it. It looks good. The trailer looks good should we. Should we throw to the trailer. Let's do that. Cyber is the most inexpensive highly destructive. Highly deniable weapon. You don't see the but war is taking place for decades. There was a lot of cyber theft but everything would change in two thousand and seven. A piece of our would be delivered into they iran nuclear program. The united states used a powerful cyber weapon in a very aggressive way and began to say the americans can do it. So can we. Cyber actors targeting america's critical infrastructure networks said. That's the way the game is played breaking in the emails and making them public. I was like. I don't think there's movies coming out. Some dictator cannot impose censorship in the united states and then ratcheted up sewing chaos with this information. I don't think anybody knows it was russia. People have no idea what's true. What's fact they can trust. We're still debating and questioning our democratic institutions involved going after me on facebook because putin knows me and i know him and he mommy's me. The volume of attack is escalating at information is now spreading faster than the corona virus itself. Sophistication is escalating. Get attacked a hundred and fifty five countries in one day cyber will be a weapon of choice nation. See this as an element of national power. This becomes a perfect weapon one. We're not prepared to defend against and also now. I'm very excited. Because judd appetite is who i think is a much better documentary filmmaker than pretty much. Anything else I'm talking about writing or stand up or whatever is coming out with a new documentary about george carlin. Which i'm i looked into this and i could not really find any other docs about colin. It was kinda surprising. No one else has really made but he famously. Made one of shane shandling A couple years ago That we Reviewed or recap on this podcast and it was really good that that garry shandling dot doc series was really good and and if you could go back and listen to that talk with wayne federman because wayne was i. Think a producer on that as well and a ton of archival stuff and was just you know had been on larry sanders show and new gary. Pretty well it is brother. Yeah and then. We interviewed him in his new. A house with the fridge hadn't even been set up yet. He didn't even really moved into his apartment yet. would we went over there and talked to him about that. Doc but Yeah so Appetite does no release date yet. For this doc it's gonna be on. hbo he's teamed up with them. I think it's a two part series and it's gonna be about. And i know he's gonna talk to carlin's daughter kelly So that will be interesting. But i used growing up. Carlin was Let's maybe my favorite stan. I'm talking to when i was young. Like you know Ten eleven twelve thirteen. I loved carlin stuff. I love when he had showtime specials. I even actually went to see him when i was in college in it was. It was not good. I gotta say the man was. The man was near death. Oh yeah yeah. It was post his like massive heart attack. Four stints that he got in his heart. Kind of thing. Wow and he was a little a little low energy and he you know he died nuts soon. Thereafter actually used to know anthony hill. Local comic here in san francisco used to open form and he had a lot of like fun carlin stories but so yeah so look for this coming out. i'd say probably in twenty twenty one Do believe it's just called carlin. But by judd appetite who you might remember from lots of hits over the years. Yeah so check that out any any. Wrap up stuff. George i you know i kinda know little bit of carlin. I should probably know a lot more about him. In terms of his impact in comedy overall but is interesting died in the nineties and it is interesting. It took this long for something to come out. I feel like there was like a sort of to park thing where he would just have. All this posthumous stuff coming out like books. You're like no word like weird like no audience. Just him like reading like some writing of his interviews and stuff. Keep coming out but yeah. It's interesting that this coming out now. But i think it's like appetizer now wanting to pay. I think with the channeling thing and with this is probably just like apple being like the proto comedy nerd wanting to throw his. It actually reminding me. It's not the fact that you've got to see him. One time was reminding me that i did. I got to see mitch hedberg one time. Maybe six months or year before he died so i. I'm trying to remember if there's ever been a good mitch. Hedberg documentary That's i think i'd be interested in seeing feel maybe something just on youtube about him but It's obviously not the same body of work but like no in terms of like maybe my generation's equivalent of catching someone before they pass. Yeah that's probably the biggest one i have. Yeah i saw. I saw mitch a couple times at the punchline in the early two thousands. My buddy stephen lynch east tour with them used to open form. He's got some fun. Some fun had Mitch hedberg and also robert hawkins man robert hall. I love i used to. he's He had all kinds of mitch. Hedberg stores these to tourism to and those guys sound like they had a lot of fun. But yeah kind of feel the same way that greg giraldo too. It's like or. I wish i had gotten to see patrice o'neal before i never saw him live. Yeah i've never never got to see him live either. I mean i didn't use to go to comedy more than like once every two years the started doing it. Because i'm just like it's so expensive club. What seemed like it's exact. It seemed like something adults did. And i think of myself as an adult even in my early thirties. I got a job at home. Records and my boss's brother ran the punchline. And that's why i started going. Yeah so john at home records. Yeah his brother. jim. Jim carney used to run the punchline and he'd be like what are you doing friday night. He's like you like. I love comedies. They come into the punchline. And i was like what a weird thing to do. Go to a comedy club. And then i got to see dave attell and mitch hedberg all like this was in two thousand so so i got to see a lot of great. Great acts come through. I even saw louis c. k. Their way back when but anyway so awesome. So that's our little wrap up for some have not watched are yet to be released documentaries. Here on sept just to recap if you want a sticker sign going to give us the ratings review shows. Your i voted sticker show. It's there you go shows are either spell jeff for its eggs name correctly or send us a screenshot of you giving us a review. Even if it's bad who cares we'll send you a sticker and look forward to We have a few more episodes coming up before we take a little hiatus at the end of this year. We all deserve. Hiatus sean as a hiatus we we also recording this. We don't know what's going on yet by monday. I maybe future will and you will know more about. Yes i it's been. It's been a fucking month. Who have been a year a year of monday's man and it's friday november six. It's my sister's birthday. Happy birthday happy birthday. Love you so much. He's my biggest fan. Romaine romaine google her ads. Let's let's we're going to leave you now with a little george carlin and this is him talking about stuff. I would have been out here a little bit sooner. But they gave me the wrong dressing room. And i couldn't find any place to put my stuff and i don't know how you are but i need a place to put my stuff. So that's what i've been doing back. It just trying to find a place from us but you know how important that is. That's the whole that's the whole meaning of life is an trying to find a place for you stuff. That's all your house is. Your house is just a place for your stuff. If you didn't goddamn stuff you wouldn't need a house. You could just walk around all the time. That's all your houses. It's a pile of stuff with a cover on it. You see that when you take off in an airplane and you look down and you see everybody's got a little pile stuff has got their own pile of stuff and when you leave your stuff you gotta lock it up when want somebody to come by and take some you stop. They always take the good stuff. They don't bother with that crap. You're saving anybody interested in your fourth grade arithmetic papers looking for the good stuff. That's all your houses. It's a place to keep your stuff why you go out and get more stop. Thanks for listening. You can find out more about At sucked podcast. Dot com recapping reality since two thousand fifteen theme song was written by david. Segal our show was engineered by will scovill producer is nikola's. Please donate to the show through our patron page patriot dot com slash subject. Podcast if you want to help us in other ways please share the show with the friend. Join the dock. Talk and check out. Our hot takes pictures and videos on twitter. 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"A lot of dr. Just archival b roll music interludes. You know montages animation. Anything other than really talking heads. Did you see right wing right. When lockdown happen net flicks busted out a kind of explanation of corona virus from like j. k. Simmons as a narrator picture like it's not great and is like obviously. I think the information it's not going to be all outdated but it was like definitely like capitalizing on people. Just be like. I don't know anything. Where do i get my facts. Wikipedia and net flicks j. k. Simmons spend like. I sort of like picture. J. simmons being like got an email from my agent. What's the job on the volley. Five thousand leaning corona virus. All you have to do is just sit here and read this It's not a insurance money. But i'll do it. Yeah yeah just put it on the pile at this point. That's interesting yeah. I think. I think you'll be seeing a lot of documentaries because to shoot. Narrative is too costly. And you not do not doable really. So you're not paying sag rates for actors. I mean that's that's the other like work around. I guess all right. I mean i with with docs. Yeah i mean i wonder. It's like an entertainment. Doc which you found a couple of entertainment docks. Those people just don't take sag rates when they're doing data name and they're not getting paid as actors right so they don't get paid no. It's a day rate. Yeah yeah it's like if you do like Wives who stabbed their husbands. Are you know those kind of shows you just get a day ray. Kind of thing i did. Just watch comedy store dock and is okay little these behind that whole project. Mike finder the showtime and mike binder the all the filmmaker comedian guy okay. I'm used to be a comic from my. The eighties is okay. it's weird. The first episode. I thought was really pretty good. And then it just kept getting worse like they started doing like these tier teary moments of of like the comedy store with peter. Gabriel or you know or with. I'm sorry we'll take a music. That's the sound of silence. And it's joe rogan in black and white and and it's it was so bad it was so small tse it was like law. It was kind of hard to watch to be honest some late. Just give me give me stories. That's all i really want. have you done you've done. You've done one of the rooms and the comedy store ever been to. I've done the original room twice in the belly room twice. I've only i've never gone up on stage. We just d- recorded a podcast. There one time through kill my home. I got it was like a hundred and ten degrees. That day was so hot. Yeah it was rough. Those are fun. Okay moving on so another documentary. That's coming up. Also on november twenty third. I believe or in that area in three weeks is the zappa documentary very excited. Because i am a huge fan of epa frank but to be more exact and there have been. There have been other documentaries about frank but this one is kind of has His family behind it and most importantly gail zappa who was famous for not letting people use footage likenesses Anything that she couldn't control his fact. She sued log. Anita's brewery first. There's a beer that they put out every year because they were they would have a zappa fessed up there. That beer was awesome and she got she got she heard about it and was like nope. You didn't ask my permission. Which they should have a zappa. Yeah i mean it's franks up. It's not like it's a captain beef heart burger or something you know i mean i think you should get permission to make the captain beefburger. Also it should be him bar. Heart fish sandwich is what. Gm the the trout says special chow mass special shiny beasts. Still one of my all time favorite. So you can't really see behind me. But i literally took all of my albums out there and i've been alphabetizing them. Did you move the shelf. Because i moved the shelf and then i took that time to actually alphabetize my albums. So it's a big endeavor. And i have a large zappa collection. Probably sixty zappa albums. So i'm very excited. I'm a big fan of zappa. One of my favorite. I used date this girl and she's always say the shortest woman's bathroom lines are at breweries. Zappa concerts and i used to always love that. Because she's right so anyways this is coming out in a few weeks. This is i leave alpha. Just yeah yep winners. The director. Yup exactly And it's also going to have and also like a zappa's behind this The families behind it. So i think there's gonna be some cool footage. And you're gonna see like in underwood's steve vai david harrington roy ray white people like that are going to be in and if you're zappa fan you're gonna love it and if you have if you don't know zappa which a lot of people don't you should watch. And just see the kind of creative geniuses. This country used to put out like like he was on major labels for a long time until he got up got out and started his own label. But like this is a major major thinker. Not just a musician. A thinker american unfortunately died at fifty three. I think something like that. So i will admit that. I'm not a deepen zappa. But like he definitely like seems to have a lot of influence outside of just as music in the sense of like the way someone like the residents or beef heart does also like sort of like a world building aspect to what they do. But i i'm under the impression that maybe you know a lot more about this that there is there might be some discord inside of the family where the might be no. There's absolutely. Oh yeah. I think i think diesel was cut out pretty much. And that's why i believe is part of this. I don't think diesels a part of this doc. I do believe dewey's oh was kind of out because they had different opinions on how to use frank material and do easels still tours as diesel on zappa on zappa okay. Yeah i've met someone who played in. Yeah so that's maybe where. I got this back story. I mean it's like a lot of people don't know but yeah i mean you know having worked with the former dead kennedys. I know a little bit about the kind of rifts that can happen over. ip that was much different spirit and time you need to solve that shit from the star but nobody ever thinks they're going to make it big so you know we we. I think we figured it out and we haven't made a big so we're like that's why we know we we. Yeah we're to organize to make it big. Well let's actually. Let's listen to the trailer zappa trailer. Now this is a number we always play when people ask us to play more because we know that after we play this they couldn't possibly ever want to hear again. We were loud. We were course than we were strange. He had so much town that fight everything. You insist on very high. Exacting standards i think if a shoot any lower than that. You're gonna wind up with something. Sleazy watch us. he's don't you. Snow was just writing all the time he wouldn't stop. He heard things a particular way and then he tried to manifest them the world. Each show was like a position. Frank was considered hyper laurel canyon. Any kind of rock star especially the british guys who came to town wanted to meet frank. I've ever heard anything like it before. Said frank embodied everything you couldn't say. Oh yeah that's rock and roll so it wasn't it's has no it's pop music known. Well what the hell is this. It's apple before we get started support for this. Podcast comes from boost with facebook. Who's podcast boost. My business with david fisher features unique perspectives and insight from business leaders and small business owners. 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"God reno hanging out in real time before quarantine or anything because like he got arrested. What like two years ago. So there's old footage for that for to make us. There's interesting to say like. Hbo find it very cheap to make documentaries. Now if there was archiving footage and they just do the talking head interviews over his. Am like i think a lot of documentaries come on next year all the talking head interviews are going to be done over them right right right. Yeah i agree. I mean you. We'll see. I think you'll also see a lot of dr. Just archival b roll music interludes. You know montages animation. Anything other than really talking heads. Did you see right wing right. When lockdown happen net flicks busted out a kind of explanation of corona virus from like j. k. Simmons as a narrator picture like it's not great and is like obviously. I think the information it's not going to be all outdated but it was like definitely like capitalizing on people. Just be like. I don't know anything. Where do i get my facts. Wikipedia and net flicks j. k. Simmons spend like. I sort of like picture. J. simmons being like got an email from my agent. What's the job on the volley. Five thousand leaning corona virus. All you have to do is just sit here and read this It's not a insurance money. But i'll do it. Yeah yeah just put it on the pile at this point. That's interesting yeah. I think. I think you'll be seeing a lot of documentaries because to shoot. Narrative is too costly. And you not do not doable really. So you're not paying sag rates for actors. I mean that's that's the other like work around. I guess all right. I mean i with with docs. Yeah i mean i wonder. It's like an entertainment. Doc which you found a couple of entertainment docks. Those people just don't take sag rates when they're doing data name and they're not getting paid as actors right so they don't get paid no. It's a day rate. Yeah yeah it's like if you do like Wives who stabbed their husbands. Are you know those kind of shows you just get a day ray. Kind of thing i did. Just watch comedy store dock and is okay little these behind that whole project. Mike finder the showtime and mike binder the all the filmmaker comedian guy okay. I'm used to be a comic from my. The eighties is okay. it's weird. The first episode. I thought was really pretty good. And then it just kept getting worse like they started doing like these tier teary moments of of like the comedy store with peter. Gabriel or you know or with. I'm sorry we'll take a music. That's the sound of silence. And it's joe rogan in black and white and and it's it was so bad it was so small tse it was like law. It was kind of hard to watch to be honest some late. Just give me give me stories. That's all i really want. have you done you've done. You've done one of the rooms and the comedy store ever been to. I've done the original room twice in the belly room twice. I've only i've never gone up on stage. We just d- recorded a podcast. There one time through kill my home. I got it was like a hundred and ten degrees. That day was so hot. Yeah it was rough. Those are fun. Okay moving on so another documentary. That's coming up. Also on november twenty third. I believe or in that area in three weeks is the zappa documentary very excited. Because i am a huge fan of epa frank but to be more exact and there have been. There have been other documentaries about frank but this one is kind of has His family behind it and most importantly gail zappa who was famous for not letting people use footage likenesses Anything that she couldn't control his fact. She sued log. Anita's brewery first. There's a beer that they put out every year because they were they would have a zappa fessed up there. That beer was awesome and she got she got she heard about it and was like nope. You didn't ask my permission. Which they should have a zappa. Yeah i mean it's franks up. It's not like it's a captain beef heart burger or something you know i mean i think you should get permission to make the captain beefburger. Also it should be him bar. Heart fish sandwich is what. Gm the the trout says special chow mass special shiny beasts. Still one of my all time favorite. So you can't really see behind me. But i literally took all of my albums out there and i've been alphabetizing them. Did you move the shelf. Because i moved the shelf and then i took that time to actually alphabetize my albums. So it's a big endeavor. And i have a large zappa collection. Probably sixty zappa albums. So i'm very excited. I'm a big fan of zappa. One of my favorite. I used date this girl and she's always say the shortest woman's bathroom lines are at breweries. Zappa concerts and i used to always love that. Because she's right so anyways this is coming out in a few weeks. This is i leave alpha. Just yeah yep winners. The director. Yup exactly And it's also going to have and also like a zappa's behind this The families behind it. So i think there's gonna be some cool footage. And you're gonna see like in underwood's steve vai david harrington roy ray white people like that are going to be in and if you're zappa fan you're gonna love it and if you have if you don't know zappa which a lot of people don't you should watch. And just see the kind of creative geniuses. This country used to put out like like he was on major labels for a long time until he got up got out and started his own label. But like this is a major major thinker. Not just a musician. A thinker american unfortunately died at fifty three. I think something like that. So i will admit that. I'm not a deepen zappa. But like he definitely like seems to have a lot of influence outside of just as music in the sense of like the way someone like the residents or beef heart does also like sort of like a world building aspect to what they do. But i i'm under the impression that maybe you know a lot more about this that there is there might be some discord inside of the family where the might be no. There's absolutely. Oh yeah. I think i think diesel was cut out pretty much. And that's why i believe is part of this. I don't think diesels a part of this doc. I do believe dewey's oh was kind of out because they had different opinions on how to use frank material and do easels still tours as diesel on zappa on zappa okay. Yeah i've met someone who played in. Yeah so that's maybe where. I got this back story. I mean it's like a lot of people don't know but yeah i mean you know having worked with the former dead kennedys. I know a little bit about the kind of rifts that can happen over. ip that was much different spirit and time you need to solve that shit from the star but nobody ever thinks they're going to make it big so you know we we. I think we figured it out and we haven't made a big so we're like that's why we know we we. Yeah we're to organize to make it big. Well let's actually..
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"Show. I found another. Hbo one also. I can you kind of like. I think we just found that there is bunch of announcements of. Hbo this out till twenty twenty one so there is no trailer for this. And i'm excited for this one. I don't know i don't already know Much about this. It's called the lady and the dale. So this is from the do plots brothers. And who obviously did a great job with documentaries. They've been doing a couple of documentaries. Most famously they did the. Why am i blanking.
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"Is not gonna yeah with one machine with one machine without a means of production that is that is not good but so that is sticker gate here. It's up doc. We were really confused. Where like do we have a. Are we being trolled. And i thought we were being trolled by what used to be kind of our competitors. I guess right even the other the five other comedy documentary podcasts. Most literally are five other podcasts. That talk about documentaries with comedians. But we are that that have been on our show. Always that have been our show and that don't talk about us but we were the first may of two thousand fifteen putting the flag down. We were still the first. But we've had people come and go though we've had competitors. I guess i'm just calling them. Competitors is not really competitors. But they're coming. We could be allies if we had all documentary network of some kind but no one talks to. I know some people that do one of them but like we. We don't really talk to each other about it Yeah i have. I mean we've all had ideas get ripped off before right something where it's like. Hey why how all of a sudden. There's a new york version of this thing like the bribe the the most general one. I'm i'm sure you have multiple examples. There's one that's like. I can't take much credit for it. I was like address park musical. That was gonna fantastic jurassic park musical in two thousand seven and then like a year later in baltimore. There was another like kind of jurassic park musical. This one wasn't a fan of like building off the storyline. This was i think just like a musical recreation of drastic park but like also like with like total warehouse like art school. Dri punk noise people. It's rent so terrific park but like it's like how is it. How is it that we both independently came up with a similar idea. Like i knew people that knew people in the baltimore won the baltimore. People had to know about the san francisco one. Well here's a. Here's something i when i was in killing my lobster in the mid two thousands. We had a sketch and we auditioned for hbo. Hbo is putting together. A sketch comedy show so we had an hour long. Hbo came to the dark room. We did it at the same time. Hbo came the dark room. Yeah they weren't and only yeah by the rats and the little dog running around. And i've been in that green room with that dog dog poop in the back of the green room. Yeah yeah so. we did. A sketch called time hands and about six months later on saturday night live. They did tiny hands with Chris we had it was the same saline sketch did. That's a guilty. I wasn't called tiny hands but yeah she has like a baby doll hand right. Our sketch was called tiny hands and she was running for office with the sketches called tiny hands. It's hilarious and then all of a sudden it's on saturday night live with this same. Look the same dress. Everything i know. I don't know know exactly where the this might be a better nikolay well-known one or not. There is a performer. Who used to be in san francisco dynasty handbag and she was in new york for a long time and doing like kinda queer performance art comedy stuff and keenan thompson had a character. Snl about a year or two. After i think jobs have been living in new york called dynasty handbag and i would like whoa posted about it and just like i have no idea. We're you about no one. I know watches us adele. You're like the what are you talking about. I'm like i swear i was watching there. A keenan thompson character called dynasty han back. And so now. I i'd say it's pretty well known in la now. She has a pretty good following. This is like probably eighteen years ago or something so was like pretty pretty shitty that it would write on. Rip that yeah. Well i guess what happens. Apparently writers for snl used to go around new york and just go to comedy clubs and stuff and take things from people's acts and be like that's funny. I need i need something. That's also not a good hit rates. If you're just gonna go to open mic around new york and just yeah. It's my yeah i know it's of it's kind of lame but people are under pressure and they need a produced and they're like fuck these comics if you wanna make an outright. Snl that's a great way to your. That's got to become an. Yeah like i don't understand. Okay well let's get back to documentaries -cause you may have tuned out from acid talking about these other things hockey about stealing and getting away with. Hbo has a documentary. Coming out called the mystery of b. Cooper and i am excited color me excited the if for those people that don't know the history of d b cooper run. Don't walk to google and first of all. I'm surprised you would know because you're listening to you. Listen to this is jim. I think there was like a generational wave where people may be skipped. It and then. I think didn't mad men kind of bring back this. There is a theory that oh in madman. I remember people were saying is is jon. Hamm character actually cooper because he kind of has the mysterious background Weird i've never seen madman. Oh really yeah. it's alright. I don't know deeper into it but it's well done on netflix. Now and i thought about starting it but it's like whatever six seasons or something do i don't know about that. I feel like your time is valuable now than it used to be. Yeah i see. I'm busy man now and didn't used to be. But so the mystery of db cooper is going to be available on. Hbo november twenty six. Just coming up and it brings to life. The stories of four individuals fervently believed by their family and friends to be b cooper. The mystery man who hijacked a seven twenty-seven flying out of seattle and then traded. The passengers lives for two hundred thousand dollars in four parachutes leapt from the jet. Over some of washington's roughest terrain was never heard from again. I remember watching leonard. Nimoy in search of and they i remember when i was a kid and they they kind of Win year was. This actually helps the context. What you're with us six. Oh the db cooper Fifty years ago fifty. Sixty nine seventy. Yeah wow so yeah. Long time ago and and the fbi never solved it and there's lots of wild speculation. I remember there was a kid who is doing the little fishing out there. In oregon northern oregon southern washington and found like i think twenty thousand dollars in cash in the river near the river and they thought like oh shit this is i bet this is the some of the money that db cooper had But the says the film draws from a combination of recreated and archival footage as well as exclusive interviews with those most connected to the infamous case. And it's likely culprit crazy But yeah i'm excited because this is one of my favorite to crime stories. I love. it's weird. I actually loved crime stories that have never been solved. Those those are my favorites where it's just like. We don't know who the person is. And i think like this sort of life for one thing in there. Were there were financial victims but there were no deaths from this so that makes him a little bit more of a good guy hero in the general. You know. i mean if you're going to be in the true crime world anti hero here. Yeah yeah like some someone someone who's pulling one over. Was there two hundred grand in cash on the plane. That's what i did quite well. I think they had a land. Oh the made. I believe they landed and he made everyone stand. Stay in the plane in the got him. Two hundred thousand dollars lee took off again because he also had to get more parachutes. I don't think they had four parachutes or something as i remember. Yeah but we'll have to watch the duck to To get more. But if you're db cooper fan to crime fan. Hbo doc fan or whatever. Just let us know what you think. hit us up on twitter Or at subject podcasts. And.
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"I am and i'm george chen and you're listening to suck and we are speaking to you. That is the art for allthis works. We are speaking subject and on today's episode. We're are going to examine just a few docks that have not yet been released and or maybe one of them has. I was talking about one that has been released that i have not watched yet. So this is all kinds of previews from our perspective. I guess the best way to to fron watched unreleased here on sept doc. Get ready folks. it's coming at you. Look we pride ourselves on being like marc maron that we do know research. We don't say that we do we actually do. We do more than was warranted. Yeah well we have our talk with jeff in two days and we gotta dig deep into that young man. I don't know if i can find that half japanese dock anywhere. I've been looking to dude so we'll just have to yeah For those who have seen the band that would be king. We're talking to the director very soon about that. And you know he also directed The devil and daniel johnston. I will say that my screening of the man the band that would be king. Maybe the best screening possible is in berkeley and jad fair performed afterward. Oh wow sounds pretty awesome. Yeah just jed. He had a little backing band. Used to play with some san francisco. People this guy. Jim was his drummer. I think for a while or at least at least for this this thing. It must have been a tour. We're after jeff about this. Yeah this is like in the early ninety s this game out. You almost look like you're wearing a david fair. T shirt actually. Oh yeah yeah. This is actually a sammy. Harken shirt i hadn't busted this out in a while but yeah it's very colorful and same. Our comes a cartoonist. So yeah it's i am sure that they're influenced by the art styles of the fairbrother's and you have a long connection to the fair. I have a crazy connection to the fares. Indeed and we'll go into. You'll have to listen to the episode. Find out or listen to it. We've talked on this any of the old episodes. But yeah i have. Yeah the classics. The classics of stop talk and talking about the kalamazoo. Kalamazoo is a big one or just michigan in a yellow jacket story What else just well. We have lead. Cook nour yeah. We always up been five years of this. We really like our have. This is just like any of those podcasts. That have recurring characters. You really need to go all the way back to two thousand fifteen after. Go back all the references. No you don't have to. We used to do a verner hertzog rating until you told me some other. Podcasts did one. And i was like fuck. Yeah that's who. I thought was trolling us about the stickers dude. Okay before we get into talking about the positivity the documentaries let's talk about the being podcasters the weird world that we're in the weird amount of like bought that exist. We were not sure if we're not we're very happy to find out. At least two of the people that asked us for stickers are if if not legit fans people that did enough research to pretend they were legit fans but we think there were legit fans. Yeah we you know. We had a tweet from like july or something or early. Oh it was. It was october in mid october. Tweet about like giving out stickers to people that just wrote us off the website. Well we have freeze. We have subduction stickers that we were giving away for free if you wrote to our g mail account and said hey send me a sticker and you give us your we mail you a sticker and then we had like legitimately fans maybe six. Let's say over the last couple years. I know in real life. Yeah that are in the show Like documentary filmmakers and all of a sudden one day about two or three weeks ago. We got an inundated with emails for people wanting stickers. And we're like we don't have this kind of fan base where people interact with us merch. So the hell is going on. Yeah because we finally figured out. Yeah that we ended up on someone these websites that just like you just type in free stickers and the people just don't care what kind of like we could send them like whenever i like. I don't know a blanket of paper and they'd probably like oh free sticker. We can send them like paper. And could i like your idea. I think we should send christmas cards. Well yeah we have the addresses now so we have everyone's address and i think like let's just make it less. We wanted to be slightly more complicated than just straight up emailing than telling you. It's now and then but then easy enough to do. So if you actually listen to this show and you actually want a sticker email us but the subject line has to be the correct spelling of jeffers iq because it's not it's not yet you have to kind of look it up even if you could somehow magically google transcribe everything we're saying it's not going to get the right spelling for jeffers right. Well you know will. Our engineer had a good idea which is to give us a rating and comment on itunes. Shot either yeah. That's that's actually more helpful than as a lot more helpful. That's all you can do all all the above and we'll mail you with a hand written note of thanks to your door a sub doc. A wonderful three inch by three inch vinyl sticker that you can play anything that you cherish in love and what i love. Is that like the whole magic of politics is not having to deal with inventory physical inventory and we've just created recreated the distribution problem of physical business while we fell nothing but time and attention that is that those are products time and attention and we did have lovely up. Docs pins too. I last pens a lot. Mine just kept break. There for patriarch people if you want to join the patriot and you can get a pinch. Honestly the pin back. I've had a button making machine before. And i think we'll have a button making machine like it's just more hassle to own a button making machine than just get the maids. Where do you put it. Where do you store a button. Making machine used to garage for bands. I would just make random buttons of like whatever. It was fun. When i had a printer at work and then it became not fun. When i'm just like started getting like carpal tunnel like you. Just watch tv and make buttons i. Yeah exactly. it's looks like a a tube in. I was for the whole tube and over here. Jeff no actually. I had the dumbest a bad capitalist i am. I had some friends of mine. That are pretty broke. Make the buttons for me. While i was at work so he just like come to my house and watch tv and like literally like the profit margin was like a nickel writes. The profit margin of a button is a very loose because the parts and everything. It's probably like fifteen to twenty cents those just like as long as you have expendable labor somewhere semi skilled skilled. You can make one hundred buttons for twenty five bucks for someone in the maybe pro pocket like you. Profit like fifteen bucks out of that paying them to do it so like did i went down to like basically i am paying them. I'm getting a nickel per button. Slacker ford.
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"Right moving on. We actually have a football game this week. We don't show me. So Patriots Broncos was rescheduled to this this Sunday, which is great news so far. It sounds like they are going to be back in the facility as a group tomorrow. I guess they need their kind of working out individually and and spreading out their workouts today, but they'll be in the facility tomorrow, which is exciting and there are some kind of bigger injuries to talk about especially on the Bronx as you know, Drew lock their starting quarterback has been out on September 20th. He separated his throwing arm AC joint and we know that that can be an incredibly not just painful but really difficult birth. Free for a quarterback to throw through so now he's four weeks out from that injury and this is around when we start seeing quarterbacks come back so last week it's funny because it ended up being this song I'm weak for them. They actually did have an injury report which has since been erased from their website, but he was listed as questionable. We know he's been at practice and has been throwing thought I saw a reports today saying that he probably would not have played last week and he's questionable for this week. So have you heard any recent updates on that one? Well, I just want to ask you a question thought you mention that AC joint injury is this similar to Jimmy Garoppolo injury in 2016, or is it a completely different injury me the injury that started.
"doc" Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"So so those are the two things that are most important immediately after I feel like younger athletes often time. Get the protein part. They've sort of seen that they need to have a protein shake post workout. But they'd forget the carbohydrate part the fruit to replenish their glycogen which they need for practice or or playing the next day. So how about like I have three boys and my youngest was like he's not really playing sports yet. So but I have an eleven year old and he loves to play sports. So her him. I'm out on a field. I've got you know my five year old in the back seat. Maybe my dog to what can I bring for him to eat after he's played in a big long is game. Let's say and how quickly do I have to give it him how quickly should the food sort of get into him? Yep, ideally within 45 minutes 30 to 45 minutes, but there are some new plates who will come off a field and just either can't stomach it or aren't quite hungry yet. So as soon as they're ready to tolerate it and able to tolerate it, that would be the best time one of my favorite authors. This fuel for fire. Have you heard of it? No, it's a smoothie pouch that has protein and carbohydrates combined. They have plant based ones actually. Otherwise, they use a way isolate and it's doesn't require refrigeration has a reclosable top, you know, it's like a gogo squeez applesauce yogurt kind of texture. So it makes it really portable and that's it's usually ten to fourteen grams of protein or so about a hundred calories about 25 grams of protein carbohydrates. So it's a good recovery and for an eleven-year-old that would be ideal your five year old might actually like them to write that sounds great. And so then we know you said you work closely with the Bruins. We're not going to talk about any of the specific Bruins because that would not be appropriate but because I know you're working with professional athletes. I think it's really important to sort of hear. How what they thought. After a game can be different because some of these guys are they're going to the locker room. They're showering. They're also doing post-game pressers, you know, they're meeting as a team afterward and like you said their families might be there. I thought maybe not this year but their families might be there waiting for them. You know, they've got folks from out of town visiting. How do you make sure to get the nutrition into a professional athlete after a game? I think it's waiting for them. I think the key is to have it waiting for them in their stall when they come off the ice. Yeah. It's got them in our strength coaches are awesome at that. Oh, that's good. So you kind of have to be like the grandmother the Italian grandmother with the food right there waiting after the game. Yeah. We have a great team Chef to so the guy thought well taken care of all that so good, but it must have been hard during covid-19. They weren't in the facility. I mean, can't imagine that being my career my livelihood and then all of a sudden I'm at home sort of track. With my kids in the backyard and then try to like get my wife to help me or my you know, my life partner to help me kind of figure out how how to get what I need. Yeah. I mean June kudos to them. They they figured it out. But there there's they were a significant challenges as we all faced, you know? Yeah. Yeah. I mean my kids, you know, like five years pretty picky and you know, I couldn't get the exact yogurt that he wanted. That was a challenge. It was very minor challenge, but I can't imagine for an athlete they've been using the same protein powder the whole time or maybe some food..
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"If you're working with a professional athlete who comes to you the specific diet and you notice that they are struggling with injuries what so let's say it is a vegan diet. What could you do just to help them? Does it have to involve widening their diet is there room within a vegan diet to sort of work with them and and off Modify it as much possible optimize it as much as possible all of the above. I think depending on why they've chosen to be vegan. If there is no flexibility there then you'll have to work within it and we have to supplement accordingly if there's some flexibility of a high-level soccer player right now who was vegan and kind of liked having that Faith. So NE that was part of her identity, but she's now eating eggs and she's also eating some Greek yogurt. So she won't eat. She's you know, she has she's very particular home and please like like to have control and I think that that sometimes that's that's just part of what also makes them successful. Yeah, but so she can willing to be flexible. And so then you know, we're going to open it up fish which she's also pretty flexible and amenable to so if I had my preference to be on birth I would I would try to steer them to a broader, um a broader selection of nutrients from a broader selection of foods, but somebody is is real life is really rigid. Then I'll work with them to to make sure that they they're getting what they need right or the best that you can sort of within badly within the yeah. Yeah off and do you typically work with the team of people like do you know will I know you work actually your office is within a physical therapy the only thing or within a physical therapy office so long you ever have therapists come to you or orthopedic doctors come to you and say look I just I'm throwing my hands up. I have this high-level figure skater, for example who you know, it seems like the dialogue..
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"If you were to have if you were looking to get that amount of protein from a meet you could go with a sneer meet that's lower in calories, but maybe has more protein right in contrast like a three to four ounce chicken breasts would give you 25 grams of protein for a hundred and forty calories, So, yeah, so for for us, we're sort of regular people who are working full-time jobs, and then maybe being athletes on the side or being college students and being athletes on the side that could be kind of challenging academic. Yes being the dining housing in colleges have really gotten very good at catering to lots of different food sensitivities dead. For example, there are gluten-free sections. There are you know plant-based sections, but you really need to educate yourself. Well, if you want to perform well and recover and heal all of those things are so important. So recovery after a game is obviously whatever sport you're playing is obviously different than just sort of covering practice to practice. Right and these athletes have obviously very high caloric needs and in many cases. So I wonder with an athlete who is calling it a game who has an injury. So let's say it's a soft tissue injury. Okay, so a quad strain or a hamstring strain or something like that. What's the most important nutrient to sort of what how would you change athletes diet if we were dealing with an injury like that if you felt like they were deficient, I guess what would you do? Yeah. So hydration always comes from is always top-of-mind dead. On first and then and then things like collagen I think in the movement from you know, eating like bone-in chicken drumsticks and thighs and pork chops things like that through the 90s everything went boneless skinless, and and because of that athletes are lacking collagen and college and of course is responsible for some of the connective tissue, like tendons and ligaments and cartilage that so we would I would double-check their vitamin E is great for tissue repair and healing and so often times they'll encourage applicants.
"doc" Discussed on Sidelined with Doc Flynn
"Take care of and I I would imagine that he has educated himself life in that he's got a team of people around him that are making sure that he's got everything that he needs. It's it's really the like the college athlete who watches them. In Changers that I worry more about because you know that that could lead them down a path where they're they're only educated 50% of the way and and then they're really lacking. Yeah. So game-changers was a series that many calls sort of a documentary but was sort of later found out not really to be a documentary about being vegan and and being able to be an athlete. So it's sort of spurred on a lot of lot of generated a lot of interest in high-level athletes to sort of take on this sort of anti-inflammatory vegan diet and it generated a lot of buzz, but unfortunately after the fact they're it turns out there was a lot of marketing that went behind it and and may have certainly affected how honest the representations were. Right, right, and I you know, I think that what it did was start conversations, right? It also enables people to self experiment like I suggest dead. And in my experience many people tried to be vegan or plant-based for a period of time and have have gone back to a more balanced approach because they feel better that way right and and what sorts of so I guess what is the most challenging thing? I know it's being vegan does limit obviously any animal products and with an Office Products comes important vitamins like B twelve. I it's a good source of iron particularly red meat can be a good source of iron but also just calories, you know, trying to get those those foods that are rich in calories rich in protein in so I've seen patients who come into my office malnourished and that doesn't mean they're not eating enough calories, but they're just not going to Smith their body needs to recover..
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"Perfect. I like how you to loosen up rather than tighten up as you go along so somebody who's vegan doesn't need any animal products. No Dairy. No egg. cheese no meat obviously, no poultry. No animal products whatsoever with presents some challenges and and within each of these food preferences or Lifestyles. There are lots of variations so gummy bears and potato chips are dead. Weekend and I worked with some vegan athletes. I had a college vegan athlete recently who who really was doing the best that she could in a college dorm environment, but was eating lots of cereal and oatmeal and like peanut butter toast and lots of pasta and beans. So so many carbs right now balanced it all balanced at all, but there are some vegans who are very smart about it. They you know, how to how to find a how to make a complete protein by combining foods. And so so there's a big Spectrum there and then moving on to a plant-based that sucks really a pretty big term that is new and I'm all for plant rich and so I sort of make the argument that many of the Dead Things that I write our plan based they're based with tons of plants lots of vegetables and fruit, but that that then we add on the, you know, the additional things so plant-based could be somebody who's plant-based and not eating red meat or a plant-based not eating red meat and poultry plant-based not eating red meat poultry off and call it Dairy but they still eat eggs. That would be similar to somebody who's a vegetarian where they're not eating meat or fish but they will eat eggs and she is in Dairy and then a pescatarian would be somebody who eats fish in addition to Dairy and eggs. So there's a lot of jobs to keep up with there are and I think people sometimes want to have a label and I've tried to encourage people to just do do you be be you know, birth Way that makes you perform and feel the best. If you want to call yourself. I have a I have a client right now who is pescatarian but she'll eat like her grandmother's like chicken cutlet or something like so so there are exceptions and that's okay. That doesn't mean that you know, you're no longer a pescatarian you can tend towards being pescatarian but wage it's okay, if you know is if you want to eat your grandmother's specialty right? I think a lot of athletes get stuck where they really want to be sort of rigidly following a program right. So when it comes to nutrition, they want to have a name for the program. They're following our names of the diet. They follow I mean if you just even look at Tom Brady, obviously, he's very very good at sort of sticking to his plan but his plan didn't have a name..
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"So it really it really varies in terms of you know, from from an athletic standpoint in terms of injury prevention obviously having the nutrients vitamins minerals phytonutrients that an athlete needs on board is so important and then after the fact of somebody's injured, you know, whether off soft tissue or whether we're looking for some sort of um, bone-building then we'll we'll we'll steer in that direction in either direction dead. It's great and it's something that I think it's important to sort of have a nutritionist working with you to sort of be part the team because we have a saying in sports medicine that exercise is medicine. And I you know, also what you eat your nutrition is medicine as well. So I think it's it's a really great combination. I agree. Thank you for repeating that. Oh course of course so covid-19 is actually brought some pretty interesting challenges when it comes to delivery of sports medicine treatment, you know, Physical Therapy athletic training all of that, but I can imagine in your job. I mean you're working with the Bruins but also you have a whole panel of athletes of all different levels in your practice. How did you help him sort of what were the challenges that they encountered and kind of how did you help them through that? Yeah, they were so many challenges. I think back in March. None of us realized how long this was going to last? And so initially, I think the the thought process was a little more like it would be during a blizzard game. Like lets, you know kind of what's a stock up and enjoy and and then we realized how long it was going to be but thinking about athletes who were sent home from boarding schools or sent home from college has now they've lost their their dining Halls their training tables and and that sort of structure in their day. And then for you off of the higher-level athletes that training facilities are closed many of them in their homes here don't have a lot of equipment because they're so used to being able to track their training facilities..
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"She's also the founder of Connecticut fuel performance-based nutrition, and she just so happens to be the head nutritionist for the Boston Bruins. I'm really looking forward to hearing Julie's Insight on some challenges that vegan athletes face, especially vegan pro athletes face when they're trying to recover in between practices and maintain their health for a long season, Julie. Welcome to the program. I'm so happy to have you here. Thanks so much Jess. This is really nice here. So we talked a little bit before I had you on and I was telling you how you know, as a doctor's sports doctor. There's sort of home. Gap in our education when it comes to nutrition and we know that nutrition is so important for performance for recovery and sort of prophylactically so you don't end up sidelined off. So I thought what better guess to have on than someone who's used to treating athletes all day long keeping them on the field then you yes, thank you. Yeah. Yeah. So first I sort of wanted to just get back to you a little bit so that our viewers can sort of hear what goes into being a nutritionist. So tell me how you got into Sports Nutrition and what your job entails sure. So I have a little bit of a non-traditional path. I started as a pharmacist and I was working as a pharmacist in a very very busy 24-hour store and became frustrated with the lack of opportunity for lifestyle modification counseling so I might see a patient who has diabetes or high cholesterol, but I have no idea whether they're grabbing potato chips or a candy birth..
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