35 Burst results for "DOM"

A World Cup Every Two Years? Why?

ESPN FC

01:30 min | Last week

A World Cup Every Two Years? Why?

"I know what they think of this next topic. It's about the world cup being played every two years. It's a big fat thumbs down from two dom. Yes why do you send john. I say that. I'm more surprised that people are surprised of fee forgot ninety percent of their income at a world cup while breaking news. They want an extra won't give every second year. I mean this is like your club. Said today depressed compr- this is all about money and this is a powerball bothell a battle and what's also interesting. I've got a lot of power because they have the best national teams except argentina brazil. Then what is interesting. Also the two years ago conmebol like the the president. Domingo said no no no. This is a good idea. Let's let's have welcome every second year now. Three years later he says now they say this is a bad idea. This just show you the power battle. The thing that fever could win this is the old fee for rule is one nation von vote on all small nation. And maybe this is the chance for norway to get into a world cup. But i don't think we will vote for this. We stay with. I think they should keep. We'll capacities every fourth year. I'm so afraid that risking devalued a status of the world cup doing every second meal. I think this is a silly idea. But do i understand that fever. Because they want the money. Show me monay.

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Discussing Metabolic Health and COVID With Dr. Dominic D’Agostino

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:20 min | Last month

Discussing Metabolic Health and COVID With Dr. Dominic D’Agostino

"With kobe. The main risk factor. That's not really being discussed as much as it should be is metabolic health. I mean that's why we have. You know the conference metabolic health summit which is bringing together clinicians and scientists and networker z- To discuss this topic before kovac's even hit And we do know that if you have hyperinsulinemia hyperglycemia in type two diabetes. If you're overweight if you're obese your astronomically at a higher risk for contracting but having a poor outcome if you have covered nineteen infections whether it be you know just your immune system or your Atherogenic risk or your body's ability to cope if you have hyperglycemia and high inflammation. That's a bird in that your body has to deal with in addition to the covert infection. And that could also exacerbate the inflammatory response so having optimal metabolic health in terms of low insulin. Low glycemic variability low glucose overall And just optimizing your cardio. Metabolic biomarkers is the way to combat this Disease and it's not. There's not a whole lot of attention. funding resources being put into that right now.

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Votto Inches From HR Record, Báez Helps Mets Rally Past Reds

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Votto Inches From HR Record, Báez Helps Mets Rally Past Reds

"Brandon Drury open the bottom of the tenth with an RBI single that gave the Mets a five four comeback win over the Reds hobby Baez homered in his Mets debut and dom Smith provided the game tying single knife to help the NL east leaders day four games ahead of the second place Braves Joey Votto's team record home run streak ended at seven games one of the major league mark bottle placed a line drive that hit the orange padding atop the right field wall in the eighth and bounced back into play leaving him with just a single the loss keeps read seven games behind the NL central leading brewers I'm the ferry

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Alonso's Tiebreaking Double Sends Mets Past Brewers 4-2

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Alonso's Tiebreaking Double Sends Mets Past Brewers 4-2

"Alonzo laced a two run double off all star Brandon would rest in the seventh inning to push the Mets pastor brewers for two E. three ball excellent today I mean it's just a waiting game we're able to put together a lot of championship babies together and we came out on top but for the for the first six innings I mean what he was yeah I mean he had some really good stuff what if entered the seventh with a one hitter before the Mets won a match up of NL division leaders Michael Conforto provided an RBI single and dom Smith had a sacrifice fly from New York Edwin Diaz pitched out of trouble in the ninth retiring three straight which you want after giving up an RBI single to Tyrone Taylor your starter Tyler McGill gave up a run and two hits over five innings including a Homer by Omar in a vise I'm the ferry

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Walker Shuts Down Yanks, Mets Take Series Opener 8-3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Walker Shuts Down Yanks, Mets Take Series Opener 8-3

"The Mets worry three winners over the Yankees in game one of the subway series the Mets top three hitters Brandon Nimmo Francisco indoor and dom Smith went eight for fifteen with six runs scored and four RBIs neither team scored until the Mets plated three in the fifth and five more in the six to take an eight nothing lead Smith had three RBIs and Kevin Paul are added a two run hit Taiwan Walker had a no hitter until Aaron judge homered with one out in the sixth Walker improved to seven and three losing pitcher Jordan Montgomery was chased in the fifth I'm Dave Ferrie

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Natural Language Processing With Sylvain Perron

Software Engineering Daily

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Natural Language Processing With Sylvain Perron

"So vain. Welcome the show. Thanks for having me. You are the founder of bought press which is a system for building chat bots. And whenever i do show about chat bots the first thing i always like to ask is what happened. Like there was the period of of great chat bot hype and then things basically died down but you still cheat chat bots everywhere when you you hit an airline website or a customer service center. So how big is the market for chat bots. Is there still big demand for chat bots. What's going on there. Yeah for sure. I think pretty much everybody's wondering what's happening with the bots. Then wasn't the the big hype ends. I think the made problem there was. That wasn't really backed by any kind of significant breakthrough in technology rate so it was mostly based on facebook opening up their developer. Api's and allowing people to build those. I don't know if i should say but dom buds right with buttons. That didn't really have any kind of language understanding behind him. And so i think the kind of fell flat and right now. I think it's starting to pick it up again because because there's been indeed like recent developments in nlp which now allows us to start again looking at this problem and having more concrete applications and you know the market is is very big for something that

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"dom" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"dom" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Welcome along health katina in hairdressing industry cows by names dom lane. And you are listening. To europe's number one industry podcast since two thousand seventeen produced by harry media productions. This is the show that gives you the insides. Inspirations and the information that's going to take you hairdressing and barbara in careers to the next level. Now i'm delighted to have well professionals heart rain our podcast and it gives me a great opportunity to just mention that next sunday april the twenty fifth two thousand twenty one well accompany are going to be hosting a free global we.

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Taking your LEAP of faith with Roy Tyson

Photography Daily

02:03 min | 5 months ago

Taking your LEAP of faith with Roy Tyson

"Today is a story about an artist. Nfl tokyo who tells history of self belief. Who's break comes off to being made redundant who made a pact. It seems never to return back to having somebody else. Call the shots going. It alone could be scary going. It alone can be lonely at times but going it alone is exactly what roy tyson his dom although he's done it with trout people thousands of people actually mostly fifty millimeters also known as royce painful. Roy what am i. Described this art as it is. Is it streeter is it. Minia mini photo art. I've seen it describes all sorts of stuff even urban out why reaching when i started with My inspiration was from straits outs and that following the likes of banks a feis been on big straits hottest Into collecting essentially is so inspired me into exploring all which then went i kind of stumbled across the miniature figures then made me just want to be able to on the street. is funny at. She went on. I thought he'd ostrich. I was cutting out stencils and my dad was dragged can always going to be a strategist at that is just like ha ha yet. Come on very funny. And they went on when i discovered the figures and fell in love with the whole minute shah juxtaposition that you could create on the straight itself became straight off I guess it could have gone completely the other way. I could have probably done it. More tools. fine on sculpture. if i'd taken the figures in a different direction. But because i went into the figure strikeout to the outdoors it became nine as straight. I guess either years. It's developed even more to the point of not becoming straight what's Straw is graffiti and without suicide stuff. That

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Notre Dame's rector: "15 or 20 years" needed for restoration

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Notre Dame's rector: "15 or 20 years" needed for restoration

"The the rector rector of of Notre Notre dom dom says says the the burned burned down down to to Paris Paris cathedral cathedral and and its its esplanade esplanade odd odd could could remain remain a a building building site site for for up up to to twenty twenty years years rector rector of of Patrick Patrick sure sure that that spoke spoke to to the the Associated Associated Press Press following following the the Good Good Friday Friday ceremonies ceremonies including including venerating venerating the the crown crown of of thorns thorns that's that's not not too too dumb dumb is is temporary temporary the the technical technical basis basis sure sure the the ads ads he he can can guarantee guarantee that that there's there's work work to to do do on on the the restoration restoration the the blaze blaze distributed distributed false false amounts amounts of of toxic toxic lead lead from from the the cathedral's cathedral's burnt burnt out out roof roof onto onto the the site site and and nearby nearby complicating complicating the the cleanup cleanup work work that that came came before before restoration restoration efforts efforts could could even even begin begin works works planned planned include include remodeling remodeling the the cathedral's cathedral's aspen aspen on on which which before before the the blaze blaze was was visited visited every every year year by by twenty twenty million million tourists tourists I'm I'm Charles Charles Dylan Dylan this this month month

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Undone Beauty Review: Clean, Minimalist Makeup

Full Coverage

03:03 min | 7 months ago

Undone Beauty Review: Clean, Minimalist Makeup

"Want to start with a brand. That's new to me golden dom beauty. Now they sent us a bunch of products obviously full disclosure we will always full disclosure disclose things they send somebody products to try and i tried them and i wanted to give you a review of my trying them because when i first tried them i was like well. This is okay but then this is the thing isn't it. We always have to review things. And i think this goes across everything that we use is. Does it do what it says. It does. And on wti the thing that i actually really like about ron john. Beauty is it's not to be something isn't if that makes sense it is all about minimalists beauty. It's about getting the job. Don a us retouched photos in their campaigns. It's all about just making life easy and getting it done and even though it's called undone i do actually really respect that now. What i'm going to say is this is not a brand for beauty. Obsessed people like me. This is realistically i'm like. I know it's a brand. That's four main. This is not a brand for someone who's gonna spend three hours of sephora trying to get the exact right shade and coverage of foundation Because they've got the time and the inclination to do so. It is for someone who wants to get their makeup on. Get out the door and go about their day and with that in mind i actually really liked it. I did a full face I used the Unfound matt tent. Which i really liked very. It's very light coverage which it says again it says it so can't be matter at But it's really pretty re pretty vanishes vegan and cruelty free which we love the lip to cheek pallets. A really really like they're really nice. Gives me a real steeler convertible color vibe in such a win. The flush brow They sent me two shades and neither of them were perfect for me but the dark brown which i use a very light hand. That was pretty great for my bras. Which i need a very ashi tone very doc not darker than blonde but i need an ashi. Ashi ashi tone in my products. I use very light hand with the pen. That was great and the little brow of pa- made gel on on the other end clues double ended product which makes it a real value. Money win That was great. That was fantastic. That was too dark for me but as a product that does what it supposed to do. I thought it was fantastic. I liked the lip gloss over watermelon lip gloss which i've actually been wearing a lot. I enjoyed that and my favorite product. I have to say my absolute favorite would even believe it was the water highlighter. And it's one of those highlights sticks that feels cooling on application so called water for a reason very high water content and it feels cooling on the skin on. I absolutely loved

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"dom" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:22 min | 8 months ago

"dom" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

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"dom" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"dom" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Know that they're not alone because by definition if you have a great idea with tremendous potential impact. You have to abandon quickly. Abandoned the idea of staying alone if you alone wolf for example. I couldn't even bring you in because we are looking for scale ability on the market. And when you by definition when you scale they need more people you need to have on teams. Who can actually do that. And if you think you yourself can do it all. You're in for a rude. Awakening has to be very confronting very quickly. I'm very sure that now. I used to be that guy. I used to think i could do it on my own. No you know you gotta. We talked about talented. Individuals are saying hundreds literally hundreds of amazing skill sets from across the globe and with technology in hell quickly it's expanding and becoming almost omnipresent worlds. Where is the best place to start a business. Start up incubation with somebody lot. You have to be in france. Or where's the best location. Do you think so. We spend a lotta time and keep in mind. Spent twenty five years in on the west coast of In california where everybody believes is obviously. That's the cradle right silicon valley silicon beach now in in los angeles and number one. I believe you could have a serious impact with the right type of venture anywhere including on the moon and soon mars right we call them moon shots for a reason because before it actually happened range for the nobody believed you could have yeah could ever go with a more now. We're probably going to call them. Are shots within the next ten. Fifteen years we're going to be landing on a human mission on mars. We'll call maybe palu shots but so you basically the bar. It's is being raised high and higher as we actually achieve these things as humanity. The reason why we picked france in particular is because there is a burgeoning ecosystem that was created from scratch..

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"dom" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:08 min | 8 months ago

"dom" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Stick with it. You have to you see again. It all depends when you say startup entrepreneur if few solo entrepreneur. And you don't have that mentality if you're not willing to go through a pain and put up with not everybody's cut up to find someone who is so. I'm not saying you couldn't be an entrepreneur. But if that's the case is in business until you make sale nothing happens. Let's be clear. There is no revenue flow. There's no sustainability whatsoever right. I'm not saying you with your great idea. Need to be that salesperson by what you need to know is that you need to surround yourself with complementary assets human assets that can actually fulfill that dream fulfill that premise. That you're setting aside store and this is where it unicorn comes into. I wonder if i can ask a question about an incubator dot com dome. Because i'm looking at it and not say three things. I see incubator. Accelerate see thrive a. What and that of let me the question what the phases or the stages in storrow who and you can briefly spine them so for those of you have video enabled. You can see the front of my business card. I love right. Incubate accelerate thrive as. I mentioned crawl. Walk run underneath for each state does a roughly speaking to stages a the crawling stage the tends to term incubator right away. Where does incubator come from comes from the hospital incubator. When a premature baby is born and it doesn't have sustainability at needs to be put into a device that actually nurtured along until it becomes stronger to eventually live without the device at the early stage is one startups weakest at the most fragile and prone to failure. What we want to do is want to surround them with complementary skill sets to deal necessarily have internally that could be accounting could be legal. Could be marketing. Sales could be engineering. Could be graphic designer all of the above so they come to us and say look. We're good at this and you have an ecosystem with complementary skill sets the we do not have and then we figure out whether it makes sense whether there is product market fit of a financial analyst. At look suggest you know. Obviously the numbers as well make sure that they've make sense but the first question. We ask ourselves that unicorn. First and foremost is assuming everything checks out and we marry 'cause it's basically what it boils down to a mary unicorn with that startup. How quickly can we add value if the answer is i don't see i can add value..

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How Long Will You Wait?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:04 min | 8 months ago

How Long Will You Wait?

"Cat. Let's talk about the market. Because i'm you know this is a little time with. I guess we don't really that used to at the moment we've had some much splendid movement higher over the lost way while the worst we are. I guess crab walking you know it just sort of meandering along like a crab yet. Krebs will sideways. Bitcoin is down to a full percent. Today it's not really worrying me at all. You know we still hanging in there not far. From all-time highs is the first push higher. Certainly would be surprised at all. Said david pullback you look at the weekly shot and there's still room for the thing is the longer that we continue to just sort of crab consolidate about so. I'd wise when it comes to the weekly jot. What's going to happen is when the next week closes. Those moving. Averages are going to have another candle to average themselves. Ants on and they're gonna get closer and closer and closer if we continue to go saw buys Which brings you know. It doesn't necessarily mean prostates a full for us to start to move a game in the up direction. So you know this. This saw his period of time. It's a good time you try and against your also chiding against bitcoin. There are still some really nice trends out that We'll start to see all. I believe a few more of these. The transit just starting a phone when you tried any guidance. Bitcoin big courses dominant. Spain caught south for quite some time and just sort of strip the market. Rotten our in that period You know where we get. We basically get the opportunity for rum. These alz to start the trend against bitcoin again which gives us upwards again which he does up at trinity and that sort of what i'm saying at the moment with a focus is that's what my focus is wrought. I'm bitcoins dominance. Now's a sixty five point two percent and now let's just talk about how significant that is because if we discuss the month of december Old awakes are the twenty eight december. The end of the end of the basically that talked out of the shot topped out at seventy three point. Six three per cent now with bitcoin coming full quite significantly advice full and in the lost one two three weeks eleven percent now that is because bitcoin clinicals has pulled back pain so to sitting around and watch for the wall as well and some of these markets have been moving quite. Well now. don't forget that. The market and dominance the majority of what you're going to see is going to be reflected through things like a theory and katana link now all three of these have had good moves of signed period because they are the major market cap all the old market so to speak that was bringing. Bitcoins dominance down guy since it continues to grind i mean yesterday we were down Point eight four percent that they have a full one point six four. We've consistent living gronning lowering and now on a downtrend so that doesn't mean that we've opened up. The doors on all safes not at all as just a reflection of bitcoin going sideways for the time. Being some of these other. Major market cap tokens or coins. Going to call him. Having a had a bit of a tom. Tom the sun for all across the market dom is relatively ho Bitcoin thirty full six nine five down two point. Two seven percent not looking for tried a theory was shot. Still pretty good in the dialing although there is a little bit of divergence updates only the daily that shows that divergence pretty kane on a rising to last night on a theory on the four abbott. It brought to stop before before it was entered. So cancel the order before bed. So a pretty Solan recovery the small leading into the clause and since then down three point three three percent and finally enough at thirteen hundred thirty three dollars. Now not really my right At this moment in time just because again. It's starting to get a little bit starting to get a little bit a what's going on. I want to stay break above four hundred forty six. you know. Get us above those those all time highs and then we'll have successively back

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Christmas Eve concert held in Paris' fire-wrecked Notre Dame

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Christmas Eve concert held in Paris' fire-wrecked Notre Dame

"A Christmas Eve concert was held at Paris's fire wrecked Notre dom cathedral Notre dom choir was accompanied by an acclaimed cellist and they rented organ they were wearing hard hats and protective suits and perform beneath the cathedral stained glassed windows which is transitioning from being a precarious hazardous cleanup operation to becoming a massive reconstruction site because of safety concerns there were only eight socially distant singers the choir sang traditional favorites even jingle bells the concert was recorded earlier in here Christmas Eve the public was not allowed and isn't expected to see the insides of Notre dom until at least twenty twenty four I'm a Donahue

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Dan's Plan For A Dam

Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas

05:17 min | 10 months ago

Dan's Plan For A Dam

"No story is cole. Don's plod for read rite. A douglas won't of don's favorite places to explore a merry toll. Eames which turns off from the river. Gurgle gloag about half of oil west of horse. Small lana poll and runs. Poss- mr harry's war meal where it pushes against the potholes and turns to big oil and helps growing the core or roll the pay her or spin the thread and then it continues through. Alexy's palmed ends in bobo. Yoke swum maritime stream is fulton because although it starts widened foster enough to power a war to mail a few follow wit eight soon becomes narrow enough to jump over with a rayleigh. Big leap consume lower enough stunned on a hot day or sale baked dixon unprotected their ships and on top of their own manny animals to be found living along the banks water. Voles autres stopes eight hour. Weasel cold wilbur. D watts more there. Pull the soy's if a car where the stream split satan to arrive which you couldn't jump pon to on coal your own kingdom don could spend the whole day play in in maritime stream. Eva notice the sunset sets a but on this particular day. That son had barely risen. Why don got to the stream walls lovely warm day but yesterday that been a rainstorm which men even more water than normal had rushed. I've lumber stock mountain and into the bathroom. Gurgle gloag and even more water than normal had been pushed off to the soil lead into maritime stream at was russian on swirling on bogelund pas. Mr hirees walter mail and even wear it gots lower and narrower it was still surging on spin it around the rocks and flowing happily passed the little spend about an hour finding the big a specs he code and throwing them to say how quickly that they pushed down stream more on more stakes got thrown in solve of done so large they were really branches not stakes until he got bored of throwing and soya date to walk down towards alex says paul and half wave he no taste that's hot begun to form a new poll and all his steaks and broad shays hot clogged off one of the little boots around warm small all off the water couldn't get through this gave done of brainwave gets beld i'd die hey said to himself on gun russia collecting as many pieces of what he could find on the riverbank or in the nearby trays. Babysitters mike dodd muttered to himself as the dragged a huge log over to the stream on pushed it an on going to build a dom back than any beaver ever day spa. How many steaks logs. Hey put into mary stream.

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Our Collective Identity

The Bible Project

02:08 min | 10 months ago

Our Collective Identity

"On the second page of the bible we get a wonderful little story about atoms. He's the first character in the bible and his name. In hebrew adum dom means humanity when it says in the middle line in the image of god he created him in english we have to use the masculine singular term to go back to that manatee of the first line. God created humanity in his image image. You got he created him. But that him doesn't mean male human referring to the generic humanity. Adam is in god's good world he sees all the other animals have male and female counterparts. But he realizes he's alone so i twenty one. He causes a tire day. Ma to fall upon the human divine stupor. This is not normal. Sleep this kind of sleep happens about half a dozen times in the bible and it's always god causing it and he took one from his sides now all english translations have the word rid. God took adam's rib it is certainly not what the word it's an architectural word that refers to most often. It's used to describe the side of a building. So god took a side of atom like a split them in half so it's the human becomes man and woman god turns one into and then at the end of the story the author steps in and gives us his reflection dear reader for this reason. I want you to realize this isn't just an interesting story about people in the past. He's telling the story as here for this reason. A man Each will leave his father and mother and he will cling to his ishaq isa being hebrew woman and they will become one flesh and so humanity starts as one and then becomes two yet is supposed teammate. Back as more. This is the way he revival work advancing an philosophical idea about the nature of humanity is unique kind of species that it one nurse consists of more than one. Nece

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How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

05:18 min | 10 months ago

How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

"Well come along to help you. Cut it in the hairdressing industry. Podcast my name's dom lane and this podcast as you just heard in the intro is one. I've been wanting to have for a long time particularly as we are now here in england in our next lockdown and many of you are thinking about a new direction in where you go in so who could be better than actually talking about online education than one of the best. I believe in the business. A huge fan of is our love style so delighted to welcome onto the show. The incredible chris. Moody chris welcome to how to cut it down. Thank you so much you such a pleasure to be here. I have to tell you real tingo just as as the show is stocking up there. It's it's such a privileged. This really is the gold standard of podcasting. It really is so excited to be on it. Thank you so inviting the suic- solano just before coming on and you know a saint. I'm i'm i have been a big fan of us for a long time and you know if there's anything we can learn from when it comes to be an educator is you really chris i know you deliver it to so many people i mean. How many people have you do you. Reckon youth now educated in hairdresser to become educated. I dunno most i dunno domino must tens of thousands in the last is really amplified in the last nine months since we went into our original lockdown in march all of our businesses pivoted since march. I think i've done about three hundred and fifty four hundred events. The biggest event is probably had about fifteen hundred people on so And most of the mavericks between fifty and one hundred people on a lot of those event so just in in this year alone in twenty it must be thousands but over the years maybe tens of thousands. I don't know i'm very privileged. I feel really blessed that people come and listen actually so it's really humbling. Think he's become such a big part now. There are so many people the want to become hairdressing educators. I suppose because there are so that you know that a lot of headdresses out there and ha handwriting education has become so accessible but also think you know in the uk all of the uk and island addressing has always been at a very very high standard. And i think people are recognizing in order to compete in to maintain that standard and to keep sort of pushing the barriers education has become more important than ever. It's not enough now to just simply learn your craft over three years or whatever and then you go into your behind the chair unpracticed. Craft things are changing all the time. Fashion technology styles of people are recognizing that they need to keep up with it. So i think as more and more an then it becomes cyclical as more people recognize. How much more there is to learn. The more people feel the need to learn it so it becomes absolutely anita you. You must hear it so often there where people say yet. I want to go into becoming an educator. And that's what. I wanna do ready today. Christie's learned from you the stuff that you take. Because i just to clear up the you have a few kind of different ports where platforms way you educate you. Chris just give us a quick heads up on those that you do provide in people that are interested in becoming educators. While i work a lot for a couple of different brands i work a lot for a global brand of which it has many different subsidiaries and do a lot of education for them Helping teach their trainers and helping to sort of evolve their education. I have some partners in the usa. I work with one of my original teachers. Guy chris barron who's a still a mentor and coach to get mine. And i'm fortunate that i now partner with chris on some platforms of the us in north america within. And i also. I'm part of a program here in the uk called the high performance educated with good friend and business partner. David barnard as well as well as doing some of my own stuff but primarily. I'm working in partnership with other people off or offer major brands for global brands. Now i interviewed. James atkinson the life. Who's a very good friend of mine. He's pretty good friend of yours. To and i said to him. I said chris just there seems to be so many things that you've grown in. The industry has leader name. And i think. I'm curious to actually know who you are. Chris because i see what you do with the education but just give a bit of back history to use the person that you are and how you've got to wear you wall well i. I'm just a working class lot from nov town. I originate from bombs bonds lease really good for producing headdresses. I don't know why bombs lease home to josh. Would andrew barton robert eating. You know we're all from was something in the water that creates these bombs. Lee is a is itself. Your peebles south yorkshire. It's a small mining town in south yorkshire. It's a very humble town. It's a lovely place. I'm proud that i'm from there. I love the place. But it's a very small town humble beginnings

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Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:27 min | 11 months ago

Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

"You for your time. First of all, my wife's so obviously the French Open had been different than New York, but everyone's talked so much about the conditions this year. Is it that different than the French Open? You played last year in the spring? Yeah, of course, I mean, even though in springtime you can have some cold days and rainy days you in pies, of course, you know, my first round match was I think the coldest day and we played in the rain so think like the ball just turned brown. You cannot see any yellow from the bowl, but to be honest, you know, it's just you have to accept it embrace it and just be grateful that you have the opportunity to play another grand slam, even though it's you know, under these conditions you may the fourth round of a grand slam twice in the French Open you made the third round what kind of expectations do you put on yourself going into a major? Well, I do put I mean, I think that's what makes me, you know a good job. Sure that the have expectations for myself. I have I'm coming here with the mindset of winning the tournament. Of course. It's a long way to go but I'm not coming here to to win too much has and I'm like, okay, I my third round. No, that's not my mentality. And I know that I can do it and you know shown some great tennis this year, especially in a solid as well. And I think that I don't see why not going deep deep here or in the next major. How do you unwind and stay entertained in all of these different bubbles off when you're in a tournament, especially in a slum stress level is like after here. So let's say in Australia that we were not in the bubble. I had room service most of the nights because I just wanted to be as relaxed as a good so it's not a big difference. It's just the fact that you cannot go out. That's what makes most of the players, you know feeling a little bit trapped wage. But to be honest to have a great team that makes it so much better. You know, we're having a lot of fun with dom and Daniel so, you know good food good company and found my friends back home. I cannot complain that soon nothing, you know negative from my side. So I kind of liked it. I think I'm going to be sad once this wage bubble thing is over because I feel less stressed. I have to say wow, that's a good perspective to have and you mentioned your team. So Tom Hale and then who's Daniel dials my Physio and Tom is of course my coach. Is it fun working with a team? That's so young. So we're all twenty-five years old mean, and Daniel which makes it so fun, you know, but of course we're working with Tom. It's so easy. I mean you have nothing to worry about she takes care of most of the things before I even tell him his job. Larks have nothing, you know nothing to complain about and I just enjoy every every time you you know, I'm on the court with him. So it's great to have you know, these people around them. They're not like a family member, you know, what was the quarantine experience like for you? I know you're Greek, but you're based in Monte Carlo. So what was the quarantine like I was in Greece because God I just wanted to be you know with my family at that time and my brother my sister came back also, so we spent the whole time together with was amazing, you know, go to clubs a lot in my fitness and stuff because was the only thing I could do outdoors and just started playing tennis after five weeks since I came back from South Indian was it was it was nice. I have to say I enjoyed home. Your mom. Angelica was a top forty WT a pro. I feel like no one really talked about that so much. So what is that? Like has she influenced wage? Career a lot. Yeah, of course. I mean seen Seymour mom now with you know, it's nice but she always has some jobs, you know things like good things to say and oh forget the word now like advice like advices. Yeah advices. So I you know, she has been here actually she stopped when she was twenty-five. So it's imagine like me stopping now, there's no absolutely no chance. But you know, it's great to have someone that really knows what you're going through. She's she's a great supporter. Does she still hit that she play with you ever. Oh, that's so that's the thing that you know, I am actually complaining about her cuz I'm like she works out a lot in the gym like every day we have personal trainer, but she doesn't play. I think I'm going to convince her to you know, Start eating again. Does she watch all of your matches and have comments for you afterward? Oh, yeah, and this seems more stress than any other part than that makes it even you know more weird because she has been changed my position. So I think she really knows when I'm stressed. So she's even more stressed but funny enough like once it's dark home. Let's say this is watching my maths c as this game off phone called Candy Crush piggy White Noise. She's watching them out and playing that game just to make her more relaxed. That is so relatable though. Did she ever Hands-On coach you when you were little she can help me out a few times when I was when I didn't have a coach, but when I was little I was practicing with my grandfather cuz she was my mom's coach up until I was twelve or thirteen and then I'm just, you know work with some other people, but my mom was there with me when she called herself the emergency quote. So when I was without a job She was in a stepping in so that she ever have advice that's annoying for you or is it always really helpful? It's one thing that annoys me a lot is like make first serves. I'm like, okay mom took you very much. I know that I have to make first serves. It's like just just put it in just you know, kick it. I'm like, oh no, I'm not playing Under 12. I'm I'm competing with players. I have to hit Prestige and she's like no convinced that have to put more first serves. I'm like, that's our disagreement.

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Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

The Tennis.com Podcast

04:59 min | 11 months ago

Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

"Thank you for your time. First of all, my wife's so obviously the French Open had been different than New York, but everyone's talked so much about the conditions this year. Is it that different than the French Open? You played last year in the spring? Yeah, of course, I mean, even though in springtime you can have some cold days and rainy days you in pies, of course, you know, my first round match was I think the coldest day and we played in the rain so think like the ball just turned brown. You cannot see any yellow from the bowl, but to be honest, you know, it's just you have to accept it embrace it and just be grateful that you have the opportunity to play another grand slam, even though it's you know, under these conditions you may the fourth round of a grand slam twice in the French Open you made the third round what kind of expectations do you put on yourself going into a major? Well, I do put I mean, I think that's what makes me, you know a good job. Sure that the have expectations for myself. I have I'm coming here with the mindset of winning the tournament. Of course. It's a long way to go but I'm not coming here to to win too much has and I'm like, okay, I my third round. No, that's not my mentality. And I know that I can do it and you know shown some great tennis this year, especially in a solid as well. And I think that I don't see why not going deep deep here or in the next major. How do you unwind and stay entertained in all of these different bubbles off when you're in a tournament, especially in a slum stress level is like after here. So let's say in Australia that we were not in the bubble. I had room service most of the nights because I just wanted to be as relaxed as a good so it's not a big difference. It's just the fact that you cannot go out. That's what makes most of the players, you know feeling a little bit trapped wage. But to be honest to have a great team that makes it so much better. You know, we're having a lot of fun with dom and Daniel so, you know good food good company and found my friends back home. I cannot complain that soon nothing, you know negative from my side. So I kind of liked it. I think I'm going to be sad once this wage bubble thing is over because I feel less stressed. I have to say wow, that's a good perspective to have and you mentioned your team. So Tom Hale and then who's Daniel dials my Physio and Tom is of course my coach. Is it fun working with a team? That's so young. So we're all twenty-five years old mean, and Daniel which makes it so fun, you know, but of course we're working with Tom. It's so easy. I mean you have nothing to worry about she takes care of most of the things before I even tell him his job. Larks have nothing, you know nothing to complain about and I just enjoy every every time you you know, I'm on the court with him. So it's great to have you know, these people around them. They're not like a family member, you know, what was the quarantine experience like for you? I know you're Greek, but you're based in Monte Carlo. So what was the quarantine like I was in Greece because God I just wanted to be you know with my family at that time and my brother my sister came back also, so we spent the whole time together with was amazing, you know, go to clubs a lot in my fitness and stuff because was the only thing I could do outdoors and just started playing tennis after five weeks since I came back from South Indian was it was it was nice. I have to say I enjoyed home. Your mom. Angelica was a top forty WT a pro. I feel like no one really talked about that so much. So what is that? Like has she influenced wage? Career a lot. Yeah, of course. I mean seen Seymour mom now with you know, it's nice but she always has some jobs, you know things like good things to say and oh forget the word now like advice like advices. Yeah advices. So I you know, she has been here actually she stopped when she was twenty-five. So it's imagine like me stopping now, there's no absolutely no chance. But you know, it's great to have someone that really knows what you're going through. She's she's a great supporter. Does she still hit that she play with you ever. Oh, that's so that's the thing that you know, I am actually complaining about her cuz I'm like she works out a lot in the gym like every day we have personal trainer, but she doesn't play. I think I'm going to convince her to you know, Start eating again.

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Carol Arthur, 'Blazing Saddles' actress and wife of Dom DeLuise, dead at 85

Colleen and Bradley

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Carol Arthur, 'Blazing Saddles' actress and wife of Dom DeLuise, dead at 85

"Now shifting gears here to Ah Sad story. Carol, our author, actress from Blazing Saddles and Dracula dead and loving it and also the wife of late Dom DeLuise has passed away at the age of 85. And she was best known for her role in Blazing Saddles, which Mel Brooks directed, and she also starred in three other films done by Mel Brooks. Silent Movie Robin Hood, Men in Tights and Dracula, Dead and Loving

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Prosecutor: Attacker not on intelligence radar

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:42 min | 11 months ago

Prosecutor: Attacker not on intelligence radar

"A young Tunisian man armed with a knife and carrying a copy of the Koran attacked worshipers in a French church and killed three yesterday prompting the government to raise it security alert to the maximum level hours before a nationwide corona virus lockdown be attack in the Mediterranean city of niece was the third in less than two months. The French authorities have attributed to Muslim extremists including the beheading of teacher who had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class after the images were republished by satirical newspaper targeted in two thousand, fifteen attack. Thursday's attack Oh was seriously wounded by police and hospitalized in a life threatening condition after the killings at the Notre Dom cap. The imposing edifice is located half a mile from the site where another attack plowed a truck into a crowd on France's National Day in twenty sixteen killing dozens. President Emmanuel, macron said he would immediately increase the number of soldiers deployed to protect schools and religious sites from around three thousand to seven thousand. Franz. He's anti-terrorism prosecutor said, the suspect is June born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, who reached the Italian island of land producer a key landing point for migrants crossing in boats from north. Africa. And travelled to Paris on October nine the prosecutor to set the attacker was not on the radar of intelligence agencies as a potential threat. Video cameras recorded the man answering answering the niece train station at six forty seven am where he changed his shoes and Tandy's coat inside out before heading for the church some four hundred meters away just before eight thirty, a m hit spent thirty minutes inside the church before police arrived virus side entrance, and after advancing down a corridor, they came face to face with the attacker whom they neutralized. An investigation was opened for murder and attempted murder in connection with a terrorist enterprise, a common term for such crimes.

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"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"One. I couldn't finish. It was so awful is almost better than Paddington. Was definitely definitely so we. So we now. I'm really I'm glad I know how to wind. You up is absolutely genius in it. Oh No it's anyway so missing to will have to get delayed. We had to then watch Dominic Cummings doing his Rose Garden statement sitting behind the table. Looking like he was selling raffle. Tickets are meeting and Then some people then it was interesting because clearly the message went out to ministers right. Start tweeting support again and quite a few of them did and yet and and to be fair and politically balanced. The message clearly went out to Labour shadow from benches to tweets the line which is clearly being effective which is one rule for them and another rule for everybody else And but but what? We also saw what other. Mp's and as you said Minister Resigning today other appease much more GPS About and interestingly my constituency. Mp Harriet Baldwin. Who I sort of sent an angry email. Not about her because she you know I mean I didn't vote for but she does a reasonable job as a constituency and piece. I sent an email yesterday. Got a response to that. Was I wanted her to be able to say lots of people in my constituency are angry about this. I did say it incidentally before people set party political I said number one I defended Robert Generic number two. I do know what it's like to be on the receiving end of a media pilot so I'm instinctively sympathetic to people who are pylon who are in this position but you know actually he the most significant thing I think is. He has undermined the government's or thirty. And the advice. That's being offered and that's not about you know did he. Did he do this to do that? Is about undermining the government's ability to deal with this guy really serious crisis and that's why I think people are really cross about well. I think it's even worse than that. Because any advisor serves at the pleasure of the prime minister. And it's made Boris Johnson. Look incredibly weak. I get that the any politician and you will be in the same position where you had people around you that you trust at one hundred percent that in some cases you probably think their judgment was better than yours and clearly he thinks that of Dominic Cummings. So you don't want to lose somebody like that. I I completely understand that but you have to then look at the consequences and the consequences. Are THAT DOMINIC. Cummings is undermining the prime minister worsened. He's undermining the government's messing this An it's quite understandable that Boris started his press conference by say well of course it says we thought we want his people to think it's one more for you one little for us and then he never really addressed that point in the rest of the press conference. It was an absolute car crash of an event and look. I've had plenty of people I know who are not involved in politics at all Message me saying what he can do that I can do that. I'm afraid that I mean it's dramatic thing to say but in in the long term if everybody takes attitude that is going to cost more lives and in a way. You can't blame people for thinking. Well I'm not GonNa take any notice of them now. That's the way they behave. Why should I? I've done my best to behave. I've done my best to isolate or stay alert. Whatever that means. I'm but why should I bother now? That's why the interesting sorry incidentally to finish I was GONNA say about Harry Baldwin. That's the argument. She used in the response that came the same day so she'd obviously it was a standard response but she'd obviously had a lot of correspondence about this and then today she is told. Radio Hereford Worcester which of which. I'm sure you're an avid listeners. But actually she thinks he should go because he's he's undermining the moral authority of the government and she makes the argument which I think is right. That is a central powerful person in the government he needs to be held to a higher. Bhavan other people so good for her but the other interesting point is the. I've seen lots of people who I know and work with in the NHL s publicly expressing real sort of disgust about the situation. These people that are quite scrupulous about not being party political. Who who I think genuinely feel they've been slogging got sal weeks and now they've been let down and that's a dangerous place for the prime minister to get to because he had sought of built-up because he'd experienced covert himself because he was then very positive about the HFS he built a little bit. I think of support acceptance amounts NHA staff. Well that's all gone as well and you know Matt Hancock S Today Matt. He was one of the people doing this whole you know he was just Ca. He said what he said. Let's move on. And he was just carrying his family. And that's really across making 'cause he must know that it makes his job more difficult and undermines the very s public health staff. That he's that he's responsible for. So where's it going and let's come onto where it's going in a bid? Let's talk about the statement and press conference that he gave yesterday because a making the mission now and I was watching on sky and Adam Bolton and John Craig I'll say it was very late so they were rabbiting all and filling space very manfully subject to that word for quite a long time and I'm afraid I again. I fell asleep so I I actually. I actually missed the whole dominant coming statement in any way cut win over Kuenssberg with asking so then had to go and rewind the whole thing after finished to watch it again then thinking. Oh God going to Miss Boris. His press conference political was. It wasn't until seven so I mean looking at the the content of that I saw the his demeanor was one of contrition but there was nothing he said that was contrite. He didn't seem to understand why people were so angry with him. And I am whatever your views on his reasoning for jumping in the car and driving Have a for it was and I I can. If he had said I thought my wife had it We decided in on the spur of the moment. They would jump in the car and go to Darren because we felt that was going to be the safest place for us and our child. In retrospect I'm going to say that was a spur of the moment decision. It wasn't one of the best decisions of my life. I mean he could have probably got away with it. If that's the right phrase but that would that would been. But he didn't show any comprehension of what he had done now oversea. I'm not allowed to have an opinion on this Jackie because I don't have a four year old child. That is what twitter told me on Saturday. Night maybe I shouldn't speak on it because obviously I can not work out what it's like to be apparent despite be the child of two parents but I get the fact that everyone's going to do their best to protect their child. But I mean seriously is putting your child in a metal box for five hours alongside at least one who probably has got Kovac Ninety. It's out the best way of protecting. Your child is the best way of protecting your todd and indeed your wife driving thirty miles to test your eyesight. Just imagine I mean. Imagine you had done that. And on the way back I as Mr Plod stopped you stopped your car and I said Oh Miss Smith what are you doing out today and you say officer. I'm just testing my eyesight to see. If I'm fit to drive to London you're nicked. What would happen? Wouldn't it and I mean he was very lucky that he wasn't stopped because that was a clear transgression of the rules. You can make an argument if you really want to. That the Durham journey was within the rules. If you really want to look at the rules and say well you can understand the decision but this was not that there is no I mean. Why would you put your family in a car? If you felt your eyesight wasn't good enough. What you would do is actually drive around your parents farm and test whether it was good enough you wouldn't drive thirty miles and the fact that it was his wife's birthday as lead people to suspect that that was the reason for the trip. Well let's have a nice Nice Day out Mary. Ann I mean why not in some ways apart from the fact that about to and he of all people should have known that so that that kind of if I had any doubts about the position is taken on it that dispelled any doubts I had. Do you know it's really interesting because you are more angry about this almost than I am and I think partly because as you say of the way that you've being treated and I thought your tweet yesterday was very good because clearly you know what's happened. Is that now certain people on the on the right a saying it's just a bunch of lefties the about this and it's all party political and as you pointed out it's been really stark. It's it's you. It's Julia Hartley Brewer. It's Tim Montgomery who are probably some of the anguish people on twitter because the studio. Hartley brewers said in a really good piece it. She tweeted this morning. You know she really likes Dominic Cummings she. She supports him. She credits him with getting written out of the U. And electing a government that was going to deliver on I'm brexit. But she doesn't like hypocrites and she was really strong about that so I I think that's an interesting quick circle Google. No you know secondly I was. I was going to that. We'll just a brief point on contrition. Yes he was contrite until an interesting clip of it this morning until he got up at the end and walked off when he did a grid. I have to say akin to Rinaldo when he got to get tough but coming anyway. Look like no it. Ruining spectrum knows Rooney. Anyway I could make got sent off. We did that win in that little we had. It looks like that an I just saw. That's what you really thinking. Make but anyway and the other thing of course is it was an incredibly detailed statement except I opened up as you say a whole range of further questions. So why did he well? First of all. He went home because he was worried. His wife was ill she was still and then he went back into downing's again that was against the conditions. I hope he didn't go on the tube secondly he then decided to drive up to Dharam because a were two arguments that he used for this one that he was worried about childcare face child if both hill to apparently he felt insecure in his London. Home because he'd been receiving death threats which she's polling and disgusting but actually this was in the middle of lockdown. It would've been quite difficult for people to have a demo or anything else. I just house because everybody would have seen what was happening. So there were two contradictory stories to why he went up to Durham..

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"dom" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

14:56 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on RunPod

"Pokhran Of An incentive to getting round there as fast as you possibly can and. I'm up there near nearest the front. You've always got your pros. Who are in leaps and bounds ahead? But I mean the kind of front pack and You know in a twenty twenty one minute kind of pack and The my incentive is to get out the car park before the traffic jams happen so so usually when I finish our main mccaw amount. Beat the and weather as your advice. Yeah Great Advice. I usually when I do a race. I always see tema why I used to say he's willing to do it. I I used to say to my other half right. Can you meet me somewhere and say that you're buying a drink or you're buying some food and I have to be there light by two o'clock and so then I would try and get there as quickly as I can try and finish the races quickly as account because otherwise the drink would be cold or warm for the food would be forever? That's your incentive. There is one year at the BAFTA 's were on the same day as the marathon is the first year. I did it two thousand nine so I had to finish by two o'clock because that's going to get changed showered to make it to the BAFTA recarpet. Iv Did you talk after a marriage and then so it was a year frame of. What were you doing the interviews with people and then French and Saunders they want an award remember. We'll have to see I was like please please Nunu. And they're like standing ovation. A the whole standing ovation to stand up and then by the time I stood up everyone sat down and again. I'll let you really hated French and Saunders doesn't I'm refusing for them it really did. It was Yes it was a painful experience. Because that's the other thing if you've done a long run even if it's a training run your legs can seize up at the end. Have you noticed? You've been running a long long time. Have you noticed that running as well as healthy eating movement and everything has become much more popular than it used to be huge? This podcast is really Proving much more popular night because there's so many people running which is lovely brilliant. The more runners the bachelor as far as I can say but also I think important is that running is for enjoyment. And you don't have to win the fact that you can take part in races is Berlin. But you don't even have to do that. You can just go and run ranger block. Yeah I mean I mean no keep talking about. It is such good initiative. The punk run and off watched star Matthew dotted around to suddenly worldwide and all sorts of people. Turn Up. That you've got pros before so people like you say who just really enjoy getting out on a Saturday morning and is a great start to the week. Actually there's a lot to be said in. Ruining with other people does help. You may want to run further. Go out and you run. You can easily just go often to now while now. This begs the big question. All WE GONNA go run together before the hour. Then that's no. Why is you'll just try and push a- now I walk with you and then go if I make do my leg right now here on on on this podcast to just go at your pace? Would you behind? You will handle my pace that Richard probably faster than we all think and he doesn't WanNa run with you because he is. He is like a little secret training. Iraqi sub three thirty race day. He's GonNa talk about it. I think. Be Nice and also. Here's the other question right when it comes to race day. Would it be better for us to be doing? We're double lights. Why we'd be best as for twenty three twenty four years? Should we do it together? Should we do? It's finished together. Well I mean that would be a lovely thing to do. And he's got together and hopefully finishing become finish together. Because you want to do it in for the last time we did it. Oh I finished then. I wanted to go back how you doing you together. But the sewage is saying you're not allowed back in back knives and I was like. Please talk if it's a personal challenge Or if it's something that you would are doing because you want to complete twenty six miles or if it's something that you're doing because you wanNA take time Sahara and I'd love to get it recorded. How fast I can do it so that you can say oh. I did it so for thoughts. I think it'd be gratifying for me to do together. Crossed the line in hand. Let's get your head around six hours you'll be carrying me carry me like a bride across the threshold. You'd be okay with six hours right back pretty much. I mean I'm not funny. But can you imagine these two running the marathon together? It'd be like this. It just baker them like just keep up. He's not stop for another overrunning after.

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"dom" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on RunPod

"The floor now on the company bends over somewhere with your legs stretched out the oranges? I was told by. We had brilliant woman called Emma Kirk. Yo in Portugal's our cell phone instagram. Emma Kirk. If you look you'll see our gives amazing tips on legs and feet and she says one of the best things you can do when you come back in from training however there is lie with your legs up against the wall on the floor. Legs up off. Your legs outweigh the other day. I've got to Lyon lorrimore back. We one foot L. but line doorway and one leg up against the wall and the other one laid on the floor. And that's what I got to do. Your Calf Muscle E. L. You know not from a car for my because the left hips dodgy as well so I think MONMOUTH is yeah they can dominate on the red. I the thing is. I've got workout now. If the is really bad do I just still to walk it and just a secular would often say so everyone show over is there? Is there any point in resting it and seeing how you feel well on a voice from now mckendry who We heard the same we do the same Pokhran and so she recommended a physio. And and you know she. She's she's giving me some advice on how many times you've been what's the physio ones. I know you can't repair an injury. Going once. Needs go every day and you need to be doing their little physio exercises which dollars well. They're really quite simple. Are you excited about the prospect of running the marathon or is it really overwhelming? Because it's the first time you've done the second time you've done it but I ten years is the challenge. Isn't it ten years later? Can you do they say? Is that why you're doing again not for charity Mainly obviously but Yet tying the two together so yeah okay. So why is it that you're looking forward to the most? And what is it that you're throwing to beat six and a half hours? Even if I come in at six hours I'll be happy. Hoffner shaved off perfect. The atmosphere was just amazing. Wasn't it nothing you've ever experienced was great it was? I think we'll probably end up because my injury probably end up doing together to be honest together because I'm not going to Hubble this time we can run a train up to the point of non hobbling haired Tortoise food. I think I would be slightly angry. Yes angry because when you can do something I mean honestly when I started this journey for this year I was absolutely gung-ho for more training was actually going to get me in Joe Inbetween four and three thirty. You've we'd raining. Regime don't have ongoing by a walnut found online marathon official one. I think they're doing it by the profession. Yes split runs. You'd only fifteen minutes now again. Need any ten miles each week and swimming coren stretches h hydration and nutrition as a wiki trains Three four five. Yeah Gosh that's impressive. Though swimming one of your currently up to sixty four team a little bit too far back of the Marimba sixteen next week. Okay hey feeling. Good when you're running. Yeah feeling much better now. I mean always hitting the wall at ten but then pushing through it and then yesterday I think I hit the wall again at about twelve and I thought I can't do this last fourteen by what I did was. I had a quick stop back into my house. Quick more of you know sports drink enough. I went okay. So you have a vehicle that runs past your house at twelve miles up all different ways the other week rent. What for them back yesterday. Run to happen back. Guess we're living room. Yes and so. Yeah anywhere kind of run area. That's in the right distance. Green around here and lots of all train lines are now running. Pat's all train lines. Don't get them confused. But DOM has no training plan he just what to use. It just goes on Hamas Twenty K. A week or two twice a week and that's what they'll do five be bothered. I'll just say so. How many times don't have a plan? How many times we running three four okay. Four Times I mean yeah no definitely four times a week every trains different I just. I just can't put a plan in place if I'm not in the mood but I am definitely doing a twenty five twenty to twenty five a week and then the other one's doing like fifteen ten then bought run five so I'm doing a lot of running by not following a plan. I'm not stretching not following the dire. I'm not not drinking. There's there's definitely a flaw in your programme drink during a runner after literally right. When I'm on the Treadmill I always forget my bottle of water and drink. Anything saw literally. I'm I'm I'm I'm coast in twelve twelve twelve kilometers an hour and I'm just coasting along not drinking absolutely disintegrating your life. Someone matches syringe shoved inside and pulled out my life into a surreal muscle. I'm I'm just rain. I'm literally like cabbage. Leaf or the end of the twenty five de take 'em energy gels when you go out running Utah. Obviously just run around run around. I'm really intrigued to see how you both do really well. And and and ten years ago. You didn't follow the really interesting technique. He lied to himself so he lied to cheated himself into. I've done that but he hadn't and then he also decided his to reprise the calories that he learns off by eating five times as much on the about carrying another stone room with me on the dead so I can get some moment Donald Burg using it as a reason to pile all year whereas this time I really am like you've lost weight pieces of Salmon. You Know Broccoli Dude appropriately. Because that's the thing. Sometimes it's real easy to go for a run and goes to burn it off just you know. Wbz Berga could burger and chips yesterday. Yeah but no two pieces of broken spinach. Also after if if you're not doing the marathon right and you're just doing any other kind of runs. You'll knew that every time you run you burn the calories but it's when you start running that's when the week goes on because I don't ever want to sacrifice the amount I'm meeting thing about one of the best things in the in reasons to run. She.

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"dom" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello there and welcome to another episode of Run pod. I'm Jennifer could are thrilled as well today to be joined by two friends who are also both runners. I mean you knew them. From the tally the buffalo in US right a BOFFA BAFTA letters. And is it true? And in fact that you've won more. Batters than Syrian mccullum is true. Yeah we wouldn't have ever thought that can be runners. Yes there we go you see. They want for their show Dixon. Dome as well as you can see I if I was official I would introduce you play Richard mccord and Dominic would nice who they are. Let's keep a casual well. Yeah and you're right. You're runners Israeli or your previous guests had on over the you know you've had just amazing. Olympic style runners on now to condone doesn't quite flow. I know it's amazing. Everyone can run on Youtube. I am actually. I think you've from Lafontaine domes. I've always been a runner. Always been good short-distance because short legs legs speedy runs out is madness the hedgehog yeah pretty much yeah. Yeah and at forty two. I'm still able to do five K. Well probably faster now than I've ever done in my life. I was your last one. That was something ridiculous. Nineteen twenty is okay. I mean he's still not wear a once keys once again. I want to be able to get You know eighteen sawing just died age five. Cain half an hour. It's perfect good room so hang on you so you don't. You're not competitive here. Then you know we don't run together Dr. in China. We did do the first time we did the London. Marathon in two thousand and ten. We trained together. I it was really good fun. Yeah we go right the way along the tense. We'd have a meeting somebody. London Bridge Runaway. Back to where we were living in Q. Around there I. It was just really nice. Just catch bits to all data talk while running. This was originally going to be a podcast for weed. I and run our okay. Yeah I actually. That's hard impossible. So the whole podcast is just be me going to me yesterday. Heavy breathing. What did you do yesterday? Forty miles well shattered today. Does the problem when you have forty three years old. It's it's harder is now. You're training in miles on. Yeah I'm still doing K. Wrong on a starting. Cain of changed miles now. Because I'm getting near the mountains. I just WANNA be clear on how far I'm going so I've always done in kilometers only in the last year that I've changed my own and I don't know why I did in the first place I think I just. I think I was on a treadmill. That was by always thought well. Let's just see what happens. My brain's door expecter in kilometers. You me to enjoy the mass a goddess. I you know I do a lot of my training and I know I shouldn't get total by all the runners listening to this. I always try and on the treadmill I love training because I love seeing the numbers and I love to in the Matt's got us right for training for a marathon. Because you've got to out there on the tarmac is there's a there's a different feeling is the longest treadmill run you've done to our house Boring and a friend of mine just said look you like forrest gump stuck on a treadmill just going and going and going and everyone else had been done. That Iraq side left your new half hour on treadmills. Treadmills joy running on treadmills. It's once you start running eyesight. Judiciary is more fun. But I was reading the other week and I did I did Seventy mile run on a treadmill two hours hers just but you just come off. Constant just kept the peace. Okay Nice eleven kilometers and our round the hallway and but all that happens is when you go off because my legs had been doing the same motion for I couldn't even bend over my keys on the great and honestly it was to see me. Ben. Don't get the keys now. That the treadmill thing I used to sneer those that used to stick on TV whilst they were running Christian of we come to. I've now drama kids of you get to the gym and Start at about nine o'clock and I'm like the rain on then this morning. Actually by the time I finished my big runs. This morning's pretty much finished perfect. Timing cookery items. You know the agony on items Alison Hammond giving away loads of money and e pizzas early Giving away money and it it takes the perfect amount of running time. Yeah I'm totally with you know because I am working on the radio during the time that law the morning. She was a role in some of the time I get home. It's is moved onto afternoon viewing and that's not much fun to run T. Oh No you feel sad bargain. Well no no. I joined BBC running in the morning and that was like Crimewatch in consumer issues. It made me feel sad running so I'm over on TV now and it makes me happy. Yeah yeah Sunday afternoons. Usually movies on a good movie with that former Charlie watching a movie. Oh it's really good because you just get into the only thing that's annoying if that's coming show. Does it make you forget about the ruling in a way you kind of forget that you'll get always does help when I was on the treadmill the other day two and a half hours? I actually just listened to podcasts into Three podcast about the one. That was really sad and I find myself crying. Which was weird. I'm running and crying. Running and crying is an easy thing. Really quiet emotional doing this really proper crying ugly face as I was running. The anyone comes in there. They're going to be what he's doing run. But that's because my hip was gonNA explode talk right. Let's talk about your running then. Okay when did you first start running Late zero so not so like two thousand seven eight and look. What was it that made you start well just to get fit. I mean it always been like cycling and swimming and stuff but running something now. I'm never GONNA go there too boring and to work it might be name actually bought. We might have gone out for room together at some point really enjoyed it. One of those people that forces others to run with a forced him to do offers merit. I I do that I said come on. We'll have a laugh. It'd be great. We really need to do it did and it was. It was hard doing it together. The word we know because we were difference abilities and the first ten minutes. We're having a laugh enjoying it. Yeah I mean he just went off when Lorraine Kelly overtook us and said Hello Moe we gotta go so I went off the Monadnock it out. Oh yeah about three quarters of the way through and finally found the on it strapped up and ask you had Steve Rider overtaking us. And it's a man dressed as a mobile phone. An old man dresses my ball phone. Someone dresses a giraffe. We clear again for about ten minutes in the middle and then my legs when and then in the last six miles I was just hobbling. Basically Oscar come on. You've got to try and run a little bit because you could actually probably walk faster than you're running. At the moment it was really weird finished it. That's the main thing you did six and a half hours. What's wrong with that? Is that how long it takes plastics? You've done you've done lots of cycling from London to Paris. Big Charity Events and loaded. Uk. You've walked out on the water. Bob's you've done lots of being event. Nothing is London marathon. It's hard it's really put us. All series is mentally challenging. I was there doing it that you're running the London marathon that year. You were there and it was. It was actually quite a nice year in terms of weather. So people remember Gordon running the struggling that year with the weather really. Yeah too hot to move from Elkin remember do you remember now? You mentioned that lots of people who lent over the The barriers points of beer coal points of beer just looked amazing but he was getting very very if not a little bit too hot. I can remember all the gels under our feet sticky under the sun. It was it was. It was very hard. It was harder than I thought it was going to be. No especially that point you know when sets off and it was I. Yeah this is great. We're all in this together. And then suddenly I was in the Eastern. The crowds started to really thin out. No one really KS anymore. It's not the beginning not the end. And then you realize you're on your own. I think about ten miles. You hit you first wall because then you go all the minute still got sixty miles to go and ten miles is a long way. Well they say that you should look the marathon as the first half being up to twenty miles from the second half being beyond that also since you have last on the Meyerson. I don't know if you've ever been out to support the London marathon. No I would say the crowd support has more than doubled. I am no. I have no idea what will be like this year because obviously In the current claim it will happen is. Would you feel if you were to find out that? It's not GonNa because yesterday the government will have in the Cobra thing when they the meeting about whether they're going to be in delay stage. Whatever is which means cancelling sporting events and stuff so waited till about two or three o'clock in the afternoon live long run just to see if the sporting events cancelled and I think it would have been happy you well. I've done my right calf muscle in so I will genuinely be all right with it. Being delayed as fast as rebadging of I was on the treadmill is probably what caused it to be honest. Same cushion I said to him. Do Stretch after doing twenty k. Though what are you going to foam rule? You don't do nothing he's not. It's not look enough to yourself. I mean it. It's one of those things that we should all do quite often. Sometimes when you get back you just like I just want to sit alone. Do you think they're all side to an always stretch the main I should? I stretch for a minute or two and then I'm like Oh see I find. I could go on for about half an hour. Just still stretchy doing other things while I'm stretching you know but I find it really helps. You will see stretching. What do his trial make a cup of tea? Make semblage need to eat straight away. Can you stretch and Mika sandwiches searching ingredients on.

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"dom" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Do you remember when we were in Florida. And there's like an active shooter when we were hanging out with Dom de Augustino was crazy I was. I couldn't even tell Stephanie about it because I was like man. She's going to be so worried that you know there was an active shooter. real scary. It was interesting. Yeah Yeah it didn't make any sense like what's going on. Luckily it was just a false alarm and we were okay. Yeah it was amazing to talk to him. He's a wealth of knowledge. He knows the Kito Diet inside. Now because he's the they'll say Oh you know. The studies show that the studies show that or they said this day said that when when you say they. They're talking about him dom pretty much. He's he's a he's I believe he's one of the reasons why be. Hp EXIST IN THE FIRST PLACE. Beta hydroxy beauty rate which is a key tone I think he came up with the concept with another researcher scientists and You Know He. He's just. He's an incredible the information that he has and then the from what. I've heard like stayed underwater for ten days straight or ten days. He's like an awkward. I don't know what do you do? the Kito must be the Kito. But I'm super excited socks dom because he's big and he's jacked. Anne follows Kito like like I think all these things are cool but I really like hearing from people who are applying it and they're also performing really. Well I hate to say it. But when someone's telling me and giving me diet advice and they look frail and just it makes like I'll listen but in the back of my head I'm just like why are you not exercising. Why do you look the way you do? So dom is just like. He's Super Strong. He he he performs well so this is going to be fun. I think a lot of times researchers you know the the the real scientists you know like they're in the lab. They are scientific. They are they go to like universities you know they. They're in school for a long period of time. And then they don't get out much you know. They don't they don't get they don't train lift and dom isn't one of those people you know we got other people like Like guys like Lane Norton who are actually lifting a silver medallist in In the IPF like it like that's that's nothing to sneeze at. That's a big deal. That's huge and it's great to see these like high level performance that actually know the information to so were fired up to talk to him. I think he did a five hundred pound deadly ten reps after fasting for multiple days. I think he dead lifts over six hundred pounds of speaking Elaine Norton. Les Norton told me that Dom was just like kicking his ass when they were training together. I think they've had opportunity to train together. They live in a similar area. So together right. Yeah that a debate. That was pretty cool. Rearm within Seema like always think when somebody is so knowledgeable and she's like well. Why don't you practice what you preach? Yeah you know I it makes me sound like such a Dick. I don't WanNa take away like you can have a lot of knowledge on. I don't WanNa take from anybody that like you know has but I really really really cared about advocation and seeing that application work. If I can't see at work when it's applied I'm dislike. It's cool I know. I think I think the problem is it's like they don't play that much value on their own knowledge Right it's like it's like you. You understand all this but then you're not placing value on it because you're not making it matter that much you're not performing it like in your like kind of leaves you disappointed. I want more. I want to see these guys. You know be smarter and Jack Anton speaking of areas. Let's go on Dominic Mark. Doing we're doing greg. You're okay yeah absolutely. We're excited to have you on the show. I know that you're You're always busy doing something researching and everything else. So it's great to have an show today here thanks. So is this true or false statement here be. Hp wouldn't exist without Dominic Agostino on the commercial market right. You know what I think. Kitone esters definitely.

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"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"This is really hard conflict myself. Too Snug in Jones icon icon. I'm just being celebrate the rest of my life basically. Oh Shit what is worst you think? Okay maybe I'll just go into and just do it really quick. He actually did give me a big hug. At the end of one of our huggers is how we actually you know. We used to be APOB. Snuggling probably have to marry Paul Mason. Just because I'm just like because if you marry people you don't have sex with them right so then. I don't have to do anything like that. Confirm he's got a nice line in La and I learned a lot about socialism and communism and all this dust I would have to avoid pull mason because I just couldn't bear the compensation you're going to marry. Aaron Bustani Esteem would snuggle in Bristol unmarried. Aaron Jones I think the thing is getting a bit deep here but sort of our NBA star. You kind of think I have a quick snow. Can that's the end of it whereas you wouldn't couldn't marry him because again you'd have all of our was James. I think people think strange thing to say but he does actually have a life outside. Also I think I think I own is a I think arenas Ashley I think I think a lot of people. We've all got a bit. We've all been very dramatic politics with computers. I actually fundamentally a decent guy. I think he's gone through a law you know. He lost his father. I think he's very very passionate about what he believes. And I think he's kind of a decent a decent passion and actually after Paul Mason thing. Fabian is recently and I was really really surprised. At how honest he was about things that he has wrong and the Corbin project had got wrong and I think that was actually quite refreshing. It's the first. He was the first kind of carbon outrider who I so. He was much more honest than any of the leadership. Candidates are being. Fm Peppy says. Should there be an English parliament given that we got stolen. Hollywood in the Welsh Assembly which is now parliament What's good for the goose? And all I've always been sympathetic the English parliament. But I wouldn't want to have a lot more bureaucracy. I mean we've actively we just use our Cohen's on certain days to have an English English. English food is really what I am sympathetic. I think a lot of what I think drove breaks and and bigger issues. I think there is a of an English national cultural identity crisis which has bled into politics and I think it is something that we do need to to car. I think pe- Places Far Away from Westminster which is still in England. Whether they're you know in the southwest whether they're in the northwest they feel as removed as people in you know. Adam Bra or if you talk about an English cultural national crisis or if you talk about English culture nationalism. You're you're then denounces racist which you've done if you talk about Scottish I would. I would agree with that but I think part of it is. England doesn't really New England struggling to identify what it's cultural symbols are. And there's a lot of anxiety around it for those reasons I in Scotland and this is the one thing I think the. Smp has done very effectively. It has kind of created a not just a political project but a cultural project people like when I was up in Scotland. A couple of weeks ago this these huge festivals of Scottish Music Co Celtic connections. And they're not not people are so proud of them. They love people of all ages. All walks of life go really just more stones dogging David Cohen says I finally sonani intelligent interesting and insightful. I also onto incredibly dull. I couldn't finish our recent podcast with Ford. How important is charisma to politicians chance of being elected very? I think very easy. That's where I think. Here's Tom comes up. She'll but as I said earlier. This person is not the full package that we're going to be letting their their first job is just a lot of the Labor Party and beginning to pivot back and someone with charisma can income and neck says. I'd love to know how how ICEES. Pm would be like with each of the candidates. I think Lisa Nandy would be the best. Pin Cues actually. I think she's a quick quick on her feet. I think Boris Johnson would struggle to sort of know high to attack her being a woman being northern and she's pretty punchy as well as she was very good with piers. Morgan should've done appears Morgan. I think Kia will be interesting. I think he will be as brilliant but he will be very Barra Story. I think you'll be very forensic I think he I hate to say. Politics is very sexist menu as he does look the par- I don't think he's that quick on his feet though. I don't think he's particularly funny so I think he might be a little bit boring. I think Rebecca Bailey would be terrible says if you could create a political five aside football team. Which politicians would you put in it? Tries TO CROUCH. Oh definitely are put. Boris Johnson. He can be a sort of normal hunter by sea legs. Kind of full sent central gold in Blackford should go. Because he's a big guy. Boros would just tackle the opponents. Wouldn't care about the rules of football each side job tonight. Andy Burnham he's quite good. He's a very good football bulls isn't but has a certain presence anybody else In one two three now we've got five team. Yeah and that's the end that is enjoyed your Stand in stint on the for. The many podcasts has been nothing to privilege. I've absolutely thank you for having me on. Its own I loved the podcast. It was a great honor to just plug for another podcast which we've started Not Content with four now five degrees. I'd like to draw attention to honestly I really. I hate the me me me. It's cool the IAIN. Dale whole show podcast and it means now that you can download all of my shows half an hour after they finished if you live in a different time zone or if you can't listen to every show that that's the way to do it. You can already do global player but only for seven days and the bonus as you get older news. Bulletins newly adverts taken out from ten thirty every night you can download my full. Shut your surveyed or do you think it's all about me hopes Also if we go on the ultimate podcast Tony Blair like six months ago Three put that on and the book club is with pull gascoyne again one from the old times but while with a lesson That'll be available. What is actually now by the time you listen to this? So Jackie herself. We'll be back next week or so. She tells me maybe she will have discovered like like that. Eighty year old woman discovered on diction holiday. Maybe Jackie will come by networking can Egyptian now. I didn't go let it.

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"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"I love train station. It's really romantic about them. I love the pianos. The Lover Train Station Overall is union station in Washington. Dc The love that place. I can spend hours But I can remember at the age of about three. We used to have a railway line at the bottom of our backfield living living on the farm. I should do and I can remember. The line was closed by the beaching cuts and they came to rip up all of the track standing on the top of the hill watching all of this happening. And one of the massive crane things tipped over very dramatic first memories go infrastructure projects. And now this is an interesting one. D- atom says smoke Mary. Avoid Iron Pakistani Paul Mason Jones. Oh also loved the extra smut. With Asia. He Says Oh God by shooting myself in the head. It was an option. Oh God this is her fake. This is like Sophie's choices horrific. Okay was it snow- Avoid Stony Paul Mason? Jane's Jesus a definite avoiding earned bus teeny definitely stormy estan St Auto Bosco design. Big One anyone's name right. He's a definite inviting him. Oh this is so hard smoke Mara God..

"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

14:22 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"May patriot? But Look I. I watched I actually I. I felt I felt that if he because I have been with Greece sleekly and you just cannot event you find the whole thing up the last time on with grace blakely use a wound up but I I I find very see you on one side of me and Jackie on the other and Grace and Andrew Pearson Kevin Maguire on the other side of the table and there's wonderful pitcher of Jackie looking as if she's about to decker. I know but you know I was not. I mean. I wasn't proud of that. Afterwards I mean a lot of attention but you know. I don't think it's I think Greece is really really smart. Woman Young Woman. I think she does herself a disservice by just shouting over everybody because she she. She doesn't need to. She's highly archie. Hey let's interesting voice. Which quite soft voice. So I know that if I try and shout odor somebody. They're probably going to beat me at it because she's actually got a very commanding voice. I think normally female voices you would think a weaker the I think it depends very confident. Strong voice right. She's she's not somebody who is super super confident. But I just felt that I actually think. Politics is political discourse. Yes it's it's great. It's great for the viral clip. And you know we all love watching these things from the the sort of the the curiosity point of view but I do think is not doing political discourse much regret it because I think it did get people talking about now. The interest the reaction to it was very interesting because I didn't look at twitter while I was driving up. I stopped off at the eleven had a quick look but I didn't really see exactly what was going on but people kept bringing me or text to me and saying well ninety percent of people on social media on your side but I knew that wouldn't last because what happens. Whatever I do something that is noteworthy and gets social media attention after about twelve fifteen eighteen hours. The left-wing trolls start. What they do is they re tweet. The video of the Brighton. Beach thing how they think they can wind me up and is still. Today is amazing. How this this? They think that that is the way to bring me so. I just have a simple thing just block. Everyone that goes well. I I mean I've actually turned my notifications. I hardly see any financial situations now because I was going to stay with the amount of abuse getting literally left right and center. It might even my best one of my best friend's mom was trolling me. She started truly massive massive Jeremy Corporate Man. It's just unbelievable like she's up from like mate. Don't come round my mother's GonNa Literally Toast rip-off you but I think it's just I do think I loved you and good morning Britain for doing it tomorrow but I do think is in danger of just becoming totally like a zoo killer when Pierce convulse is quite interesting. I when I texted Ben and Kate off to his 'cause I had sent me some nice and I said look are quite understand if you don't want to come on again No absolutely no and the production team where it got. All the nasty was when grace tweeted sheltered at the police. I'm just I'm sorry. I find that unforgiveable because it was a complete an utter lie and eventually she's Oh yeah. Neil told me this I should say you didn't actually him show a producer. You wouldn't have been able to because I didn't. I had a conversation about whether we should be doing this subject or not and I said okay if I behaved in any way. Inappropriate towards that produce. I will profusely apologize so I texted one of the people on the program. And would you have a word with the producer because a name and the editor an Oscar if I shouted and also if I behaved in anyway inappropriately because I can't have this being said why don't believe it is an absolute lie and if I did I will apologize. The came back. No you didn't until I said this to grace and she then deleted the tweet. Because Neil I'm afraid as I've made my peace with grace but ni how I think has behaved appallingly over. All of this and even now is still tweeting about it and saying disparaging things so I'm afraid my you'll blocked is she I really. I have a lot of time for Neil. I've I've known him through stuff in the music industry huge amount of respect for him. I think he's a fabulous broadcaster. But I just thought the whole thing was really just claus thing was just handled was handled. Was I mean? They shouldn't have had three people will do. You think we'll be Waukesha. Walkouts more no I think you should walk in and sort of rape me up so actually the last two years probation officer. So I'm sure we'll be the complete picture of decorum right move onto questions. Richard says for Ian Urgent Dilemma just realized season five. Madam secretary is not free on Amazon. Prime I'm halfway through season three. Do I pay twenty pounds overweight? Which cheapskate and Richard doesn't it? I'm I'm I'm halfway through season four now so. I'm going to face this dilemma but I will be paying for it because it's just saying I love it. Isha given that late I have only been in power for about a third of the last hundred years and apart from that. Read Tony Blair. The last Labour majority was in the seventy S. Can it be fact it? In fact Labor is fucked with momentum. Base whoever wins the leadership? I think there's a certain amount of I think there's a certain truth in that. I very honest about the fact that I don't think whoever wins this contest. Less assuming it's not Rebecca Bailey. And it's like the key or Lisa Nandy. I don't think either of them will be prime minister. I think they will not be Tony. Blair they might be Neil Kinnock in the sense they might start clearing out the stables and starting to write some of the wrongs in the Labor Party and hopefully steer us back and then I think the person who inherits Liberal Party after there might have short. But I don't think we're looking at being back in power for at least another ten possibly longer years For Jackie turn off your bloody phone and stop tweeting. You're supposed to be on holiday. I've never understood this mindset. That says you can't tweet if you're on holiday but sometimes you just WANNA get way to spend more time with your phone mark in San Diego. Always enjoy the part and learn something new about British politics which I have a weird poem for with the results in the Irish elections and their prominent role in Staunton Northern Ireland. Is Shane Xinfei now? More influential in British politics and the Lib Dem's also staying on the subject to violent. I had to commentator say recently that no Tory has ever addressed the doyle should Boris Johnson attempt to rectify this. Next time he visits Dublin. Well I think if the t shirt is really McDonald the invitations not come. What do you think's going to happen here? Because I have a theory that there won't be a new government in Ireland and they'll have to be another election. Which will them win and there will be a. Xinfei t shirt I think is I think that is entirely likely. I don't see how they're going to be able to strike a deal. I think is fascinating what what's happened my gut feeling and I have felt this for a long long time. I spent a lot of time in Northern Ireland. Last year was the I think. Reunification is is coming down the track. I think there is a growing desire from from the younger generation. They don't have the sectarian lines that their parents and grandparents used to have. I think they do think. Arlen could thrive as a as an island if it was an united and I think that's where Zeitgeist is is going. I think the Irish state though probably has all the government of whichever here it is necessary fain is probably GonNa be quite reluctant to do that because of the cost. I mean if you think about the subsidy that northern on and gets from the rest of the United Kingdom. It's a substantial amount of money which the Irish government could ill-afford now. Maybe they would persuade the U2 come come up with money to replace the UK come hang. Should that m you know it would be. It would be something. It would be a huge political advantage for the EU to be able to some cash that Wednesday. Look at the great thing that we have created out of breaks of this political motivation. But sometimes as we know from breaks the and it's not just about the money and you look at Scotland. I mean the the argument that the unionist music with with a great deal of accuracy. Is that if you're going to have Scottish independence you've got to get the deficit down to lure mind you're GONNA have to have austerity and a huge amount of cuts to public services but law people Scotland. Don't care about that. You know in the same way that Australia's Cetera Brexit as well. You know the economy's GonNa take care. We don't care how we feel in our hearts so I think the rise of this kind of you know whether you call it. Nationalism war effort I think that's the fascinating thing about about this election and the fact that nobody really saw it coming was was was amazing. Shoes you can still be surprised in bridge. Politics offered a New Conservative Party chairman. Amanda Milling Who Amanda Milling Yup. I don't know her auto. Neither she was deputy chief whip The slack I couldn't tell you what why she's being before that. So that's an interesting one Mark Spencer remains chief. Whip so I think he was hoping to get the job because he comes from a farming background as well although being a wet price must be a nice job. Absolute well actually say that but being a with a big majority. It's not always easy. If you talk to people who were whips during the the on the basis that people feel they. They've got the comfort being able to. I'm going to go into speaking. I think it's GonNa be fascinating to look at coming coming down in. A Cup is the if if why we need legislation dot could be an interesting rebellion on the B one on that. Because you've already David you've got you've got a lot of disgruntled conservatives on unsecurity groans right. Let's move on to another question from John in how would you react to being offered the Andrew Marr Slot on Sunday morning? Now that a change at present overdue something I i. I'm not sure when you say. Change centers on the wall and the basis. Andrew has been doing Abbott. Ever since David frosted he replaced David Frost. I think he did didn't he? I think we need to ourselves on this conversation because the chances of the BBC offering me the Andrew Nausea or indeed any other. Show Claes Zero Zach Palmer says first of all can I say I watched you on good morning Britain. And I'm sorry for how that so-called show treated you. It was incredibly embarrassing. And I can't blame me for walking off however moving on I listen to your podcast which I find extremely refreshing hope. Jackie is enjoying a time to get to the point. Zack my question is if you had one question with trump which he had to own so truthfully and his own would then get broadcast around the world. What would you or Jackie or her replacement. That's you ask him. Thank you for your existence or do. I think you'll parents is there a gold or has been appointed as existence of course to donald trump that he had to answer truthfully. Did you shy stormy Daniels? That's a good one. Yes and lie about it. What's the biggest lie you've ever told that's what he'd be like well along? You Got Max Edwards following Roy. Stuart's creepy request to keep up people's houses and bring chocolates has never heard of the law of treating like wondering which political figure you would most want keeping your house. Which chocolates would you want them to bring? What's going to Christian ivory partial to a chocolate orange? For some reason you go ahead just you know when you look at someone like you're totally feel.

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"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"dom" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"Help into such a job at this little tip coming just because we're both Muslims Muslim. But you know the best though. Somebody tweeted a picture and Rishi sooner tweeted of him with. Sagya going to see some star wars premier and he'd gone. Hey terrific night with the boss and so I don a tweet is basic saying it's like this is a really bad remake of all about eve accepting. It's like a beige all about eve but it goes really badly wrong. Nothing one of my favorite today is from in Martin who tweeted new shuffler announcement. Boris Johnson accepts the role of Deputy Prime Minister. Of course. That's how that I can tell you tomorrow morning's newspapers or if you're listening to this on Saturday yesterday's newspapers it will be about the power of Dominic. Cummings and in a sense you can understand. Why is too simple way of looking at this? No I think is really interesting. I think the narrative over the last couple of days has been the dominant cummings power has been waning. There was in fact a stop slightly weird brief. I don't know if you saw it seeing that. Dominic Cummings was at war with Carrie Simmons the girlfriend of the Prime Minister and that she was going to win in this reshuffle and all her meat including surgery. Jarvis is very close to him. And we're going to remain but this is a sort of sucker punch 'em from from team comes. Cummings is very powerful. I think this is not a new phenomenon. You know I've worked in politics a long time behind the scenes Leader does need a couple of bruisers around them but I think Dominic Cummings has also a particular influence over the prime minister. And I mean the question I suppose I wanted to put to. You was given that they have got this huge majority. This is probably the point at which they're most powerful. They can do what they want so I get that now is the time. If you're going to wield the knife do it now. Is this also dangerous? Time to create fresh enemies of independence who those enemies are sausage avid. I tweeted this morning. He could be the new king over the water for the Conservatives because clearly. He's much more of a fiscal thatcherite than Boris Johnson is. It's not difficult given the money that Boris Spend And he could if he plays this right. He built himself out to be the under a bus candidate. You know what I mean by that. Boris Johnson's suddenly had to resign. For whatever reason I'm sure we can think of that. He could be in pole position but it depends how he plays it over the next few years because Boris Before this reshuffle was never will never be more powerful off to the reshuffle. I mean if you look at the people that he's appointing into the cabinet. The new ministers that they are all very brexit. Easy Right wingers so far. I mean the one. That isn't So you look at Emory Trevelyan for instance develop Rodman Here the other knee ones coming in all of Italian. Yeah he's he's slightly more nuanced actually but I think it's going to be seen as a much more. Rexiti cabinet now. Obviously I've got no problem with with that If we will cabinet building we would all do it in a different way. If I was doing I probably would include a few more people that weren't necessarily if my political here because I think it is important challenges around the Cup you would be secretary of state for. Let me think gorgeous. Nece antiquorum fellow true water by the fact that there were people who were loyal to him like Andrew. Let's she supported him. She's very brexit by my TB. She's done some good things seen as strong female figure. Why get rid of her? I'm a bit for final boundary. Let's I think she's a very nice person I think she is competent She's been in the cabin and now four or five years has she stood out and Done things that maybe others might not have probably not but then most of them haven't there are very few transformational cabinet ministers in this government and that is where I think they may have a real problem because Michael gave is the only one off the top of my head that I would put into that category. I I hope Richie sooner. But I don't know enough about him to judge whether he will be because I've always thought after brexit you need a radical chancellor somebody who's willing to take a few risks think outside the box Not just tweak the system Nothing that's what's such a Java was actually in many ways. I don't think he would have been a radical reforming chancellor. So we'll see with Richie. Soon I just don't know is he? Also I mean it does feel like this is the point where they're sending a very clear message that unflinching unquestioning sort of terrified loyalty is the currency of the day and Ritchie Sunai. Ditty is in. He was a brilliant former but he he got stuck in and did all those big TV to beat during the general election campaign obviously has been handsomely rewarded but I think is it right. You know it just makes you think back to the days of Gordon Brown Georgia big big figure as being the chancellor people who were very aligned but not definitely not yes. Men Not supplicants it. Is it good to have a supplicant as your as your chancellor I think the longer you are chancellor the less supplicant you become? You're right that he is only been in parliament since two thousand nine hundred nineteen the the appointment. I liken this to is full you were probably even born. David in nineteen seventy seven when Anthony crossland died for a secretary. David was plucked from Obscurity Minister of Health. Not Secretary of State Minister Health Amazed Foreign Secretary. Now I would say David was the most brilliant foreign secretary we've ever had but this is key that kind of rise. Now the good thing is he's being a Treasury minister he knows the ways the treasury. He knows the ways that civil service of the Treasury tried to get round ministers and they. They sometimes succeed as George. Osborne memorably found out in the budget. Remember trying to advocate and somehow nobody sorta spotted that one so I think it is a good thing the He's got that experience. He has been identified as I mean even before barstools became prime minister or even before he supported restaurants and people were talking about him. As one of the two thousand fifteen intake would be on the rise very quickly so we will see the jury's out I mean that is off to the prime minister remember the title i Lord of the embarrasses effectively implementing here. it'll be interesting to see how the relationship works but I do think it will be a good thing. If there is a harmonious relationship between number turn a number eleven. That doesn't mean to say that she soon look basically just is there to take orders but I think it looks like it may about how you have to do a lot of work to kind of push back against I mean I think what is side I mean you know. I have very very different. Two savage avid. But I do think it's quite sad. Somebody did a tweet saying You know it's a shame that the you know. The son of a bus driver ended up getting thrown under the bus. And I also think it's very sad. There's another woman in new grant who Moose gone in his Ghani. She was the first ever female Muslim minister. She's pretty impressive. She did a good job. You know everybody thought she got a lot of plaudits from notre ruined side but Labor people that worked with her and she got the boot today as well so I I think you know. I think if you're British Muslim looking at issue like given that he did winning. Plaudits for about diversity thing. I know there's other people that being brought in but I do think that's quite interesting from the sort of Muslim quite points of view. You WanNa put it that way. I'm sure there'll be others that come in junior ranks. How having said that? I did think it was very odd that she was because she. She's parliamentary the secretary of state. Normally you only hear about them like two days afterwards so I don't know what the reason for that is. There could be a number of reasons. Either she just wasn't very good at the job. I don't really believe that people I know people in the transport sector actually quite rated any to the could be grown shops. Apps transport secretary took against a for some reason just decided. She wasn't the kind of person he wanted in his team. George Freeman has been sacked from the same department. I think that's a more likely reason. But then again. Why wouldn't they move somewhere else? The optics of sacking a young female Muslim are not good. I'm not so she should keep a job. Just because you know slightly but again you know I think to burn that political capital I mean I think. Another factor is. She supported Jeremy Hunt. And I wonder if there's a delete steal the reason in the I wonder because she was one of the few ministers to survive in July so I wonder whether she just went under the radar and they didn't notice but if that is the reason it's a bit rich. Isn't it just to purge all the people that didn't necessarily support? Boris in the leadership election. I could tell you where Dominic Cummings has drawn interesting support from some of this sort of Corbin outriders one of them actually tweeted not Impreza Dominic. Cummings but actually saying this is what Jeremy Corbyn and his team should have done with the Labor Party we should. They should have purged Labor Party of these kinds of Pesky people who were against Jeremy Corbyn they should British themselves. You know it's very interesting. I mean it is funny. How people have talked belieber parties? Having this Stalinist Stalin's purge the truth is the Labor Party was kind of useless to do. A Stalinist. Actually the dominant. Cummings has done it very effectively. They have crafted the parliamentary Labour Party and the leadership team the that they absolutely one. Let's look at some of the other appointments just as we're sitting here It's half past four on Thursday afternoon Jacob. Rees milk remains lead to the comments I think he can be quite grateful for that because a lot of people thought he might be now. Tony's Stephen Buckley who was the BREXIT secretary he returns to the government is chief secretary to the Treasury. That's interesting because I'm pretty sure he was a Treasury minister before he somebody else that will know a little bit about the Treasury Simon Remains Secretary Brandon. Lewis moves to North Island Now that's an interesting one because he had been chairman of the Conservative Party Attended Cabinet as Security Minister and there was a story in politico playbook today that he might be sacked on the basis that carry. Simmons doesn't particularly like him because he was there when she was suffering C. C. H. Q. Now happened today the heat. I mean that wasn't his doing but I think that's how she sees it. Julian Smith going was an interesting one..

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"dom" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"dom" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"It's okay you know I think that to look at relationships with the end is a failure and like divorce or is a bad thing. I think that that's where we get tripped up lake. We're not supposed to be with someone I think forever Sweden's there's a weird age difference or not but you know I don't know I think that I think it it could most Maradona last forever anywhere relationships yeah it's hovering just does it just have fun yeah. I just like to change. I mean I think you walk around and go. I failed. I failed. I failed. I think if you're in a relationship and you try and you commend you got married. You worked on our even any kind of relationship we can if you do your work and you tend to look at it. I think we can learn. I know we learned from all relationships are lessons and they're great stories to. I'm grateful for all of my relationships are as you can call with any questions you have triple eight nine four seven eight two seven seven. We actually have an instagram question somewhat related to our fantasy topic from a man who's thirty switching from Dom Tom to vanilla relationship mentally and physically. Is it possible. I think anything's possible I mean you could absolutely if you're with a willing partner. Just mean learning a new a new skill set and finding out what turns you on besides being dominant so in a way you could look at it like your whole. Sexual awakening is happening again. It's like the second coming if you well so to work with your partner and find out found out what's hot and what it means. Actually have vanilla sex could be just as novel as someone finding out what it's like to be dom relationship you know it's Kinda like still still novelty indifferent so if he doesn't like it I guess he can share with his partner and go back but I think it's all possibly most of what's keeping us back from having the sex life that we want want and that we deserve is just our minds like getting in the way and stories we tell ourselves so it's really like a lot of what I do is help you realize like a word of the facts and what are your interpreted interpreted to be facts about your situation and you know it's take some work to kind of rewire are neuro pathways in our brain but we can do it. I mean I always wanted to be in like a dumb sub thing yeah but I haven't found every I keep finding well. The thing is I keep finding guys that are like not able to be that domino so true. It's entire wasn't women were so we're like in our masking a lot too so you have to let them lead. That's yeah exactly and that's really the thing like step aren't do that. 'cause I'm so so impatient I now meet so I'm just like Oh my God. I'm just going to do it but I want to like so badly rights. Amy's change your it's like changing your behavior around men getting more into your feminine when you're out in the world and like breathing into your body and like letting them lead and I know we're drinking hard though it's so hard to do that so it's like I. I'm so dominating my work life all the time that it's like. I just WanNa go oh home and be dominated do that and then that's what we do and it has a great so good so he'll take you like to Oh yeah yeah. He actually helped me explore that part of me 'cause I didn't realize how do you get into. How did you know Oh my God? It was something actually so I mean this is really longtime ago now but but it was something where I told him that I liked being choked and I said you know and he's like have you ever thought of like. Do you know what Bedia Sam is and learning this in psychology. I was like well learn that name narrow normal psychology isn't that like a normal behavior and then he was like no this is not abnormal behavior whatsoever and so then he he kind of opened those doors for and that's kind of where it all set off and then I realized I liked being dominated in the bedroom and so then we played with that and then I was like but I like him being dominant with me once I found my like sexual energy. I realized that this is what I love that it's so true. oftentimes we just don't explorer we cast judgement that's wrong or it's golf you know. Let me find my groove. You're not born knowing what you want and bad guy so part of what you're doing that which is why like when the older women younger men are older women younger whatever averted wherever you're at every relationship can be time to explore actually what you're into so I love with your husband now for a while and you've figured out yeah but you guys do ropes entitled Yes. Yes you do everything yeah. We have shackles. We have handcuffs. We have yeah I mean I have different types of rope to easing ropes that like you can tie up for your your breasts and then there's some that you know you can tie up with his his balls and his cock and so it's like all kinds I didn't do. We know this is just we're just getting to know each other. We're having our place exactly. That's talk more about that for sure. Yeah that's gear for you to art. We're GONNA take a quick break when we come back. We're GONNA get into your questions so if you've been listening to the show should be no surprise to you that women typically lasts longer to orgasm than men this. My friends is called the orgasm gap and now out there something you can do about it. It's called present and trust me. This stuff really works. Progress in is an over.

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"dom" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"dom" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"All now Dom cathedral. This is what happened in Paris fire is happening in hearts in our whole here on Dade says they happen. What happened in esteem AM seven ninety who saw most stimulating talk. You're listening to coast to coast AM with Ian Ponant. So yeah, this is gonna be an interesting. Period coming up are we are we living with? Smart tech that could become so much smarter in our lifetimes that we're shortening our lifetimes. That's the subject of various.

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"dom" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"dom" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"This is coach Tonya with critical bench of the strong by designed podcasts. And I'm very honored today to be joined with Dr Dom dynasty. No. Did I say that right? Get right. Take it. And for those of you that don't know very very quickly. I'm gonna let Dr Dom tell you more about himself, but very quickly. He is in my opinion, the master of all things Kito, I've actually been following a lot of his research for a couple years now and have been fascinated. I had the pleasure of hearing him in person at a one of lane Norton's camps couple years ago in Tampa. So I find your work incredibly fascinating and of tremendous value, especially with respect to its impact on brain health, and we'll just overall health and what it can do. But I'm a bit of a science geek and have always loved attrition. So don't tell her listeners about yourself, please. Okay. Not sure to star. But I'll I'll start off by saying that I think fitness really drew me to science because understanding my body. Nutrition and biology physiology and later in my academic career, neuroscience, really got me kind of motivated to do things that were actionable. So understanding nutrition and supplementation. I grew up working on a farm as very physical. My brother was an athlete to kinda followed him and and lived what I would say was fitness lifestyle and read all the magazines in kinda did, you know, kinda what with the magazines were telling me to do. I major in nutrition in biology as undergrad, and I at the time people were telling me not to follow nutrition as a science because it was sort of you is like a soft science like it didn't. So the nineties were were the decade of the brain. So early nineties I'm going into in my undergrad and then. In. I looked at various graduate PHD programs and went neuro science physiology route so. A really focused on understanding the neural control of oughta Nommik regulation, which controls our respiration and also our heart rate, and sort of that interaction the mind body connection. I guess you could say and during that time, I got very interested into diving scuba diving and and.

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"dom" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"dom" Discussed on No Jumper

"Podcast in the world in here today with a Los Angeles legends folk do that I've been listened to and hearing about for a really long time deadly entity in these streets, Dom Kennedy. How you doing? Shatti may appreciate it. Thank you for that year. How you doing? I'm great. I'm great happy to be alive. Twenty eighteen what you've been doing all the let's just let's just tell you some regular being on the phone not so music on the way. So I've been kinda getting everything right? Looking at video stuff like that. Yeah. I'm gonna ask your opinion. What do you think we should do about our employees Hakim who left the door and locked back here, and we showed up the store was unlocked in the bad. We're trying to figure out what like the just punishment should be for that make him stay here. When I leave here one why we were thinking about tasers them ties which. The staff, you know, legal or Acceptable. in there. And they're like, I don't know the police exactly that sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen unless he signed a waiver, right? Which would probably be kind of fucked up in some way. Yeah. I know you from Lille over here from wicked thoughts. How how'd you get involved with him? Man. He one of my one of my homeys my calls. Homeys gas Gavin Oko mizzle designer creative in the city. He's to work with with you know, Khalil we thought since stuff. So we just ban Lincoln with my new campaign working with the yield. You know what I'm saying? Getting these ideas out by the time, we have an idea, but I need the right people to you know, what I mean like point me in the right direction. So we've been rocky no jumper came. Let's that's been. Yeah. I mean, that's one interview that people have been like mentioned in announcing about a really really long time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I gotta shot. My cousin James, though, he way Texas. He told me about your I though some years ago. He asked me like damn you need to do an interview with the time. I had never heard I was actually at the car wash right here one day. And he was like he mentioned it. I you should do an interview is Dodi some going up, and I was like, okay. And then after that star him more stuff about it. I get that a lot from people who like their their twelve year old nephew tell some I go go do this podcast. Yeah. My cousin. He probably not where he probably like, you know, twenties. He he checked rock. What you have. You used to always talk about you all the time. Wrestling piece of my friend Gaye Brooks may small boy got to shot outs on valium too. That's my next album, man. Real peace heavy into by game. Yeah. He was. That's how I met him. When I first moved to Long Beach back in the day. He was out there. And he was like the only do that road bikes, but also really like understood LA in the streets. And I was just put me on maj shit and told me about everything and terms all those crazy gang show stuff. No clue about a real win lay in the city will say real you could describe gay Arison pays how'd you how'd you know, him back in again. My boy gaffe while Mitch I says cousin crazy cousin yet..

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