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"dachsie" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

07:12 min | 4 months ago

"dachsie" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"As our ad. How about you. Me man. If i i don't know like with me if i had one hundred twenty million dollars shit. I wonder how. That's a tough one. That's a tough one for me. I'll probably maybe maybe use part of the money for you. Know no part of the bills which is important not to mention not to mention. You know like i said before. I'm not a person who's going to sell out for money. And when we spoke about the whole shit. Like i didn't wanna. I didn't wanna be famous. I wanted to be you know like you said you wanted to be appreciated and you know recognized for you. Know the types a type of stuff that you liked to do as far as large streams and stuff. That's what you provide the pete with as Watching stuff not just on youtube but then you got switch which is a bigger avenue because if not just for gamers i know i actually took a look at this you got. Dj's doing music playlist and stuff like that and you got people that are doing talk shows in podcast on twitch which i didn't know about that the mice dachsie pablo avenue. I gotta switch tool man you know. I haven't posted a video up here. But i am gustov post in. Mlb show videos mayonnaise. And i got other few cousins. That's gonna come on there. But i didn't know like you just said i didn't know twitch was had of videos and shows and things like that know that it's not just for video gamers i was trying to look for the outside of the The the category about sports. I think they have something like that over there to you. only do. They probably got to sports. What's the topic that everybody liked speaking about me. I mean some twenty twenty one is over is is almost here. Amazed already baseball season and of basketball playoffs about the star football. They with a will start soon so It's going to be big sport. Were all these beautiful women's walking down the street. Once we get a about in his lockdown. Jesus sport me live. It's looking at booth as a sport get man will. It's listening being a rubber. Necker is not a sport. Be live. But i'm not crazy sport. I'm not saying breaking your neck. No you gotta be slick with it. Agassi you two blocks down coming out like this when you pass me my looking at. I don't even know i'm looking at you. That's women do women women be checking you out but you would never know it okay. Let's say let's say you look at a woman you know is the she has no neck. Who got pam chick. How are you going to support. We booty as and and you have no neck ka neck day. The next fatty we just. We just cracked a now. Remember when i was in high school but not was like what a tween sophomore junior senior. Right There's this one is one girl. And and some of guys including myself we looking at her and we noticed that she has no neck happening. She got a small neck elite night or no talking about. Yeah no net. She had known you can barely see. You can barely see her shit though. I go let's just say listen to say. Listen station cigar She got a big booty. Dan she has no neck though. Man i the face. Let me say so. The best dog choose duggan and chocolate and in this phone case the have right here. Rare painting nothing. Good thing we'd love dawson woman. I love state from the motherland burnt talking. George foreman grill last sign. I like oh shit. But you see wasn't guilt or no okay. So no that doesn't move. But you gotta fatty all know about that one. So long would you. How would you react if you saw women that had no neck even though she has a fucking chipotle booty with us a i boogie. I might look twice neck. I look back. I mean really would it. Ain't not like the gross is not like you're going to eat the groceries into a whole 'nother level but i doubt that. Oh shit yeah man. Speaking speaking of a whole new level tv sports attained a lawsuit filed by mayweather promotions alleged accompanied. Call pack About hosting the event d by at an undisclosed date in twenty twenty one day of dubai's to fall from the us fucking. How many hours is that on. The flight may wanna promotion claim. Pack claimed to have numerous business Context in dubai at the financial. Where with though anc a capability to fight. Excuse me to host a fight of this magnitude. Most importantly mayweather promotions says pack presented.

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"dachsie" Discussed on E tu yalli

E tu yalli

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"dachsie" Discussed on E tu yalli

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"dachsie" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"dachsie" Discussed on DV Radio

"Out is here on W. D. D. R. D. Radio Dot net. It's May Twenty Third Twenty Twenty. This barracks talk the Memorial Day special. Because some of you may not be able to make it this coming Monday for annual Memorial Day show. But I'm Boehner would got frosty Betsy Ross cutter. Like they're all in here. Google is not going to show up until whenever the flex she feels like because six decided to had dinner late and Rico. He said Fuck everything and he just fuck does don't they. They grow and ask that he was like you know. What screw you Bo? I don't have to show up to the show. I'm a stay home and do my thing so just us assholes so you gotta deal with us for the next two hours. How's everyone doing this evening? Ladies First and doing pretty good. It's all right. I met my boyfriend's grandmother for the first time this week which was rather interesting as she's from Germany and of leaves and a lot of conspiracy theories interesting. Sounds Fun and intriguing. Rosty your Dachsie followed up Marine Corps women the ELM damn jumped in there. I WHOA WHOA. Backup off the. Mike. It's it's not a penis. It's not a crown. You need backup off a bit just the knit just a tit just the nipple backup on the Mike on it. Pretty sure my ears are bleeding right now. I think that's that warm feeling that I'm getting right now. Trae soon as usual left on rate right on left pants on head ready to roll. Geez all right. So yes. This is the Memorial Day special year on suck like I said a lot of you might not be able to make it for whatever reason. Come Monday May Twenty fifth which is our annual Memorial Day with. Try to have one every single year since I've taken over at least But we will read off a few names tonight. We're not going to go through the whole gambit that has come in us it's we made the post. Thank you guys so much for for doing that. but Monday we will read every single name That is on any posts that is shared or anything of that nature. It would be better if he put it on the original post on the radio. But if you don't do that that's perfectly fine We're not gonna read the the life stories. I'm sorry because you should see the list I have now. We would not be able to get through that and still have our minds in the right place but we will read the names of everybody. That is Put in on those posts a combinator memorial day show As of right now we're probably going to start either. Nineteen hundred or twenty hundred. Come they just pay attention to DVD radio? Make sure that you're watching that. So that your updated on when we start the show between now and Monday we will for sure be letting me know so be prepared between nineteen hundred and twenty one hundred eastern time for us to go live into our memorial day. Show I think everybody that's on tonight's going to be on that show For a little bit at least if they've got a leave of course they're more than welcome to come in and say a few things leaned I gotta hit up everybody else. Objected zero say scape hard-luck Who else am I forgetting? Anybody Chris from K. Bar Feel from you bore Anybody that we work closely with. We're going to try to get on here and let them have a couple of minutes if that's all they need won't As we do every year and they're all invited and if you're listening to us right now let me know that you're going to be on Monday. So we can get everything fixed As for business. Like real business deformed still Nizhny your help not gonNA lie. You get that year all ready to go and put in jet. I think our boy frosty has oh. So it's frosty this. Change it up on your. Just keep everybody on their toes right. Yes so we do have a go fund me that is still in effect and We do need those donations and I. I know this is again a hard time for most people. Say you can't give perfectly okay just share all we ask. You don't want to go through. Go Fund me and you still want to give monetarily. Go to forum dot Org Click on the donates when you're inside the website There will be a monthly. And a one-sided give click on either one of those options. You'll be taken to our pay pal page. Give it a a minute or so to load. You'll see the pay pal button. Once you bring up pay pal you do not have to have a pay pal account. You can use your credit or debit card. There is a option down below. That says use a credit or debit card. If you don't have the pay pal account that's another way you can give monetarily. The reason we're asking for direct donations through their or go to me is because things like smile. Amazon facebook fundraisers humble Bundle Ebay things like that they only send out those funds every quarter or third month depending on how they fucking role. It's their fiscal years or stupid. 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Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

Squawk Pod

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

"For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink that's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online. Paul centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with a I and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today. We're rethinking how business moves forward. Let's put smart work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more this squad pod? I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast private equity giant and richest African American billionaire Robert Smith on getting loans to entrepreneurs or capital is be driven. Frankly into this small businesses hands in probably give them a little more flexibility in terms of hobbies and and how to leverage technology for digital future. But I think we should think about what are the most effective ways for us to educate our population to drive forward into you know into the teacher of opportunity plus when reopening is on the Menu Cameron Mitchell restaurants founder and CEO laid off thousands of workers. Now he's opening doors again. I think we're going to survive but it's GonNa be a while before we get the hospital. It's Monday may twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day squad. Pat Begins Right now Robert. F Smith is the founder Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity which has fifty seven billion dollars in investment capital. Vista is the fifth largest enterprise software company in the world as well and overseas more than sixty portfolio companies that employ more than seventy thousand people around the world. Smith is also the first African American to sign the giving pledge and he was recently awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He's on many lists as the wealthiest black American and lately. He's been working directly with the White House on the roll out of the paycheck protection program and how to get the loans in the hands of the most in need especially minority owned business. Pp was designed to rescue mainstream. According to the small business administration more than four million loans have been approved so far totaling more than five hundred billion dollars. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin with billionaire businessman and Philanthropist Robert F Smith. You had worked with the White House on this program and so I just ask you to start by giving it a grade. Do you believe the money's getting where it needs to go. You know be first Tron of the P P P I think was challenge to get to the the small businesses small medium businesses a second charter for being a lot more effective But one of the things we discovered. Angela's US not discussed is that there is a frankly banking desert's in a lot of the communities about seventy percent of the African American community. Actually don't have a branch bank and so we've been working with a they treasury you know senator Sector MNUCHIN and Senator Schumer in Pelosi Dachsie work on building capacity and what I saw the capillary banking systems which are the community development financial institutions and a minority depository institutions building out the Pasadena to get these dollars into the hands of these small businesses which are essential to our communities so what are those capillary banks. Look like who you to right. If you are a small business owner this morning listening to you this morning. Where did you go go? Go to get that money then. So there's a bad a little over a thousand of these days. Cdfi's and the India is and these banks typically are in the communities there mainly in what we call targeted communities Unfortunately a lot of the larger banks don't bank those organizations those businesses any longer and is about ninety four percent or so of the African American businesses are so proprietorships and don't have banking relationships. And so what we've been doing is is enabling. Technically enabling got some wonderful teams have been ebeling these businesses they interface with the transit system at the and you can go to number places. There's national bankers dot org goes National Action Network. We've been worked black churches. Our Fair share A number of organizations that we've been working with to enable these banks to be able to processed loans and we just probably about ninety billion dollars or so left in the second of AP and I think it's essential if these small urban businesses African American Latin next businesses get Get their share This stimulus capitals of really frankly Repair some of the economic damage that this covert virus

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"dachsie" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"dachsie" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Everyone and welcome to another episode of Capela Hunters podcast. The podcast that is dedicated towards bridging the divide between the police in the communities that they serve. Thank you so much for tuning in. Please make sure that you rate subscribe and share these episodes and remember the episodes in the podcast can't be supported the cash out pay pal then mo or the Patriots page Capela Hunters podcast on Patriot. Please make sure that you are following me on twitter. Cpt Al Hunter Instagram CPT. L. Hunter Captain Hunters podcast on facebook. I can be contacted at sea. Cpt L. Hunter at G MAIL DOT COM. So we want to jump right into it. It's our mid week and current session. So I hope that you all are learning something as well as being encouraged so I wanNA talk just a little bit about today. Just the impostor syndrome and how it relates to African Americans in just tied all up in a nice little neat package as to the African American experience and as we close out African American or black history month. What is Imposter Syndrome right? I talked before a previous episodes previous encouragement sessions about how we think about ourselves. And how do we see us? Oh well one of the factors about this is the impostor syndrome now truth be told. I heard another podcast her talking about this and she does some type of millennial type of podcast and she did such a. She really really did a great job about it and I reached out to her to be a guest on the podcast however I have not heard back from her yet but so I thought I'd give it a shot because I thought that the information really to get out there and it's something that seventy percent of the population of all the population deal with no matter what your economic or academic achievements are people have a hard time interning leising their own success. People still see themselves as unworthy to being in certain places and in certain spaces so even Michelle Obama is accomplished as the OBAMAS were Michelle Obama admitted that she still at times has felt and dealt with pasta central sue speaking at the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School. It's an all girls school in North London. Pretty Funny Story. Michelle Obama recalled how the Queen had dismissed royal protocol as rubbish when the OBAMAS visited Windsor. Castle right She said she was panicking about how to act around in front of the Queen and the Queen is like listen. Just get in. Ask about how she felt to be seen as a symbol of hope. Mrs Obama told students. I still have a little bit of imposter syndrome and never goes away. That you're actually listening to me. It doesn't go away that feeling that you shouldn't take me that seriously. What do I know I share with the that with you because we all have doubts in our abilities about power and what power is if I'm giving people hope then? That is a responsibility so I have to make sure that I am accountable right so even missed Michelle. Obama stated this state some other things if my memory serves me correctly stating that she certain times and certain places she still feels unworthy and not just to give a quick definition as to what it is. Now it's not something that is in the DSM that is the diagnostic and statistical manual of Mental Health Disorders. That was called the DSM that is the almost the Bible that psychologists and sociologists and psychiatrists all Consult When they're trying to determine what type of mental disorder that someone would have so this impostor syndrome has not been recognized as as something that is in the DSM although they do blame it on on some of the effects that he can't have anxiety mostly anxiety and depression. So if you have imposter syndrome than as good chance that you have anxiety and depression it is also one of the reasons by certain people will be so lax when it comes to starting something new. Why they do with procrastination. So Imposter Syndrome can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evidence. Success imposters suffer from chronic self-doubt and accents of intellectual. Fraudulence that override. Any FEELINGS OF SUCCESS WORKS DONOR. Proof of their competence. They seem unable to internalize accomplishments. However successful they are in their field high-achieving highly successful people often suffer so imposter syndrome doesn't equate with low self esteem or lack of self confidence right. It doesn't always equate with that. In fact some researchers have linked it with perfectionism especially in women and among academics. So some of the thought processes that are going on. When when this is going on is they feel as if I must not fail. They put a huge amount of pressure on them And therefore they feel as if one day they'll be found out that they really aren't smart as people think that they are. They feel like they're fake right to despite their level of success to despite how many degrees that they have they feel as if they should not be in the room with certain people previous episode of talked about how many people who are in the military particularly in boot camp have to achieve you know levels of fitness and pass these obstacle course some pass these tests that will help to eliminate this feelings of imposture. Ism If that's even a word That they that level of where they don't feel that the at that they a worthy or good enough as people besides them while you have to have that self talk again. Say to yourself. What of this person passes obstacles and I pass his obstacle course than. I'm just as good as this person. And the truth of the matter is seventy percent of the people of the population are dealing with the Pasta Syndrome. Then if there's a class of a hundred people right then seventy persons in that class are doing when the Pasta Syndrome and feeling as if they are good enough either. Take that. Think about that. The other recognize imposter feelings when they emerge awareness is the first step to change so ensure that you track these thoughts what they are and win that they emerged rewrite your mental programs instead of telling us if they're going to find you out that you don't deserve success remind yourself as normal not to know everything and that you will find out more as you progress right. These are some of the self hacks that you can do in order to to defeat imposter syndrome. Talk about feelings. There may be others. Who feel like impostors to. It's better to have an open dialogue rather than harbor negative thoughts alone. You whether you want to talk to your coworkers about that I I don't know but certainly talk to family and friends people that trust and let them know how you feel and those persons there truly in your corner will let you know that you really are worthy. You really did achieve these things. You really can't do these things. Be kind to your so remember that you're entitled to make small mistakes occasionally in forgive yourself. Don't forget to reward yourself for getting the big things right. I gotta be honest. This is one of the biggest things that I have. I'm going to be really honest and open and say that. Sometimes I struggled with perfectionism right when I listened to two former Previous episodes my podcast. I still over them from time to time. Trying to get better listened to them and I'm like why did I say that? Why did I do this Sometimes when I write things I read the blogs oversight men how come I didn't catch this mistake how come. I didn't catch that mistake. But being able to forgive yourself and learn along the way is part of the process and I have to learn to forgive my so and not be so hard on myself but it also strive for perfection without being a perfectionist. Them accents you want to seek support. YOU WANNA visualize your success. See Yourself doing well see yourself graduating. See yourself getting those high honors. See yourself getting that promotion so there was an article in the Huffington Post in which the author discussed not only what imposter syndrome is. But the fact if you're African American you are ten percent more likely to suffer from from this and this is why it's so important and I stress the so important that we need to see African Americans in positions of prominence whether it's on the TV screen whether it's in politics whether it's an academia whether it's police officers weather's corrections officers whether it's firefighters. We need to see other person's doing these jobs to let you know that these things are possible and all persons Are the same in that. You can have the same opportunities in same level of intelligence as as other persons may be even more intelligence. And so when we don't have these people in these positions when you walk into a room and this has happened to many African Americans who have achieved some high level of of success when they walk into a room where there's other equally successful people in. You're the only black person in the room. Then you feel as if you don't belong there somehow. That's why it's extremely important that we that African Americans deal with these feelings of of Imposter Syndrome. Coordinate with other persons who are just as successful as as you are as they are and collaborate with them right. This is why this is why they do it. Not because this is one of the reasons why they do it. Not because they're trying to be antisocial or just trying to keep it a black thing and put that up quotations but because there's always this feeling as if we don't belong there for some reason not always but many times is the feelings as if we don't belong there and some people are actually pushed in bettered by this situation where. I'm where they are Standing in a situation where they feeling as if they have made it somehow I can remember a story that Michael told me. Back in the nineteen sixties. He's working for The company that he was that he was working for an honest his sixties. I think it was the late sixties. And he's working for boat company and so what's happening is he had to go. They sent him on a on a business trip and he had to give a presentation for the company. Here he is in the nineteen sixties. A black guy going to on a business trip to a hotel stayed in a hotel and then had to go and give a talk before all these other person's right in a obviously the vast majority of them were white but he gave himself a pep talk and he did really well and after the presentation. they A lot of people came up to him. Congratulated him on on. You know on how well he did. But so imagine the feelings of inadequacy and odd self doubt that could have riddled his mind. Back in the nineteen sixties. But he was able to persevere and push through and that's the type of stories that I need to. Here's this type of these dachsie told the story to my daughter's well she to hear that type of story and so we all need to hear these stories about how we how we have made it In the face of pressure my daughter is Is obviously a girl and she needs to hear that story. He's black female and she needs to hear these stories of triumph so we all need to hear them so let me just read a little bit from the Huffington Post article by this author. People of color like myself are particularly vulnerable to this debilitating sensation. That's because for us. Impostor syndrome isn't an imaginary voice in our head. We hear loud and clear will receive.

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A Saner Mindset For Weight Loss

Rethinking Weight Loss

08:19 min | 1 year ago

A Saner Mindset For Weight Loss

"Okay. So there's a typical pattern to weight loss. And if you've ever gone on a diet you've you've probably experienced it. Basically people lose weight for the first four to six months and then they hit a plateau and then slowly they start to regain some or all of the weight they lost and sometimes they end up heavier than they started. There are a lot of biological reasons. Why weight loss's hard and we talked about those in episode two of the skied but there are some things we can control to an extent and those are the strategies in mindset? We use when approaching weight loss. One problem is that a lot of weight loss strategy start like minded with fat cabbage soup diet or the Cayenne pepper diet. Yeah remember that Queen Bay or some other crazy fed diet like I wasn't planning to eat cabbage soup sue forever you know just until the weight came off but after about a month pizzas started to look real real good to me like whole pie. Good it's hard to be restrictive for a very long time. That's Gary Bennet. He's a psychology professor and obesity researcher at Duke University. And he told me there's research showing that people apple kind of rebound after being on a really strict diet even if that diets more bounce than what I did and naturally people start to move back into moderation and then sometimes that let's see goes into a little bit more consumption and then you know things get a little bit off track so what Gary and Jonni both tell their patients and this is take away number one things that are are not done for good in the name of weight management lead to temporary results. And that's not generally what people are looking for in other words keeping weight off long term. I'm only happens if you liked the lifestyle. Gets you to that weight so much so that you actually stick to it short term crash diets. They're really not sustainable. Unless you like the life you're living while you're losing your weight you're probably not going to keep living that way and as a consequence that weight that you lost we'll come back and it was that philosophical shift that led me to the practice. I suppose that I I run today. Which is focused not on particular body weight goals? It's it's not on the body mass index. It's not on particular diet but rather it's trying to work with patients as individuals to figure out the healthiest life. They honestly enjoy. So if you're looking to lose weight and you go to Yonis practice. The first thing he would tell you is to stop thinking about weight itself like that number on the scale. Just just don't worry about it. We don't aim people at any numbers whatsoever in our office as far as Pounds on a scale or body mass indices or body fat percentages or clothing sizes sizes. I think all of the numbers are risky risky because our bodies and our genes are all built differently plus our job demands are different. Our environments are different are caregiving responsibilities. Wants abilities are different and all of that can affect our weight loss efforts so aiming for a specific number can set a lot of up to fail that's why Yoni says takeaway number to forget goalwards instead. Focus on behavior goals the analogy. I'll use regularly in. My Office is one of school. So if you've got a kid in school you know that that Kid's best grade is going to be whatever grade. They get when they go to class do their homework and study their best but by no means does everybody trying their best in school. Get an a plus. That's not how it works. And so the goal setting needs to be around the going to class doing your homework and studying and also needs to be realistic. Yanni loves a good analogy analogy. And you're going to hear from him in this episode but in this case when he says doing your homework he means adopting healthy behaviors for example. He really recommends trying to cook at home or often as for Gary he gives his patients a simple list of changes they can choose from for instance. Stop sugary beverage. Consumption huge for most people reduce alcohol intake. No more than one drink per night ECHINACEA that's harder for me. Maybe you you know. Stop eating chips cookies and candy right this those three no fast food. Do you do like four or five of those and your. You'll get pretty close to that five hundred calorie deficit each day a calorie deficit. That just means you're taking in fewer calories and you burn and that's how you lose weight but the weight-loss isn't the focus here the idea. Is that making. These changes can make you healthier regardless of how much weight lose are even if you don't lose any weight at all in other words their goals worth pursuing in of themselves and they're less likely to make you obsessive of course changing. Our behavior is easier said than done and this gets us to take away number three. Don't try to overhaul your behavior all at once instead. Start Small and let those changes snowball when it comes to weight management specifically people are so keen to suddenly have a black belt that they forget to get a black belt. you start with a white belt and fall down a whole bunch. Dan Slowly slowly over time with a lot of repetition. You build a skill set and I think healthy living is the same and when people try to suddenly have a black belt without taking that time to build up to it you know. They usually struggle and stop for a lot of people. Union says a good place to start as to just figure figure out what you're eating. I think one of the first things a person can do just like they would be doing if they were unhappy with their bank balance at the end of every month trying to understand what their spending ending patterns look like would be a great first step and I think the same is true about eating patterns eating habits now I am a fan of using food. Diaries I realize is that it's not for everybody but doing it for a few weeks would be a very eye opening thing for a lot of people where people will be keeping track of what they're eating when they're eating how much they're eating now. Joni said food. Diaries are not for everyone. If you have a history of eating disorders or tend to become obsessive about counting calories stay stay away from them because the trigger you but if he can look at the data dispassionately without self judgment food tracking can help you get to know yourself and your habits. That's when you can start taking stock of what you may or may not be able to change for instance. Maybe there's a food you can cut back on a couple of years ago. I started tracking and and I quickly realized that I was poring about four hundred calories worth of creamer into my coffee every morning. That was really eye opening so I cut back and eventually we realized just a spoonful was enough but a lot of people do find tracking their food too tedious. Even carry does. That's why he tells his patients to track their goals calls instead. I once had a patient who just tracked every day. She got a day planner and just put a smiley face or a sad face on the day planner each day and if she thought she was doing doing pretty well hitting our goals at day she would have happy face if she wasn't she wrote a sad face and she's she did wonderfully and felt really good about our progress. And you know she would tell you I just look at the day. Planner Sir can figure out all the trends and there's another reason to focus on meeting smaller goals. They're actually achievable. So it sets you up to to be able to celebrate small victories. Gary Remembers one day when he walked into one of the health centers. You works at and one of his patients. Waived him over. This woman comes over and doc to DOC DOC DOC DOC and she was shaking this thing at me and I didn't know what was happening and I realized that she was shaking a pedometer. My faith and she was look at my steps. Look at my steps. I hit thirteen thousand thirteen thousand and then she immediately started vogue ing I mean. She dislikes all the model poses. And the whole thing and she's like look you how I lost some weight but I've still kept a Dachsie and I've got my Michelle Obama arms and just doing the whole thing and and so we sat and talked for they'll and she just followed these really simple goals one of the simple goals Gary likes to offer. His patients is brisk activity. This patient certainly embrace stat and accomplishing it. Capture motivated to keep going over time. You can work your way up to black belt level lifestyle changes if you want and what those are GonNa look different for different people. It could be cooking most of the food. You eat yourself or running a marathon or playing kickball with your kid after school. That's actually what my husband does Yoni says the key is to stick with the types of changes. You most enjoy

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"dachsie" Discussed on IGeNIGHT Podcast

IGeNIGHT Podcast

15:22 min | 2 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on IGeNIGHT Podcast

"Kind of compensation to life misses having any actual active tools that you're using it with and it needs to stop any sog me by it. I think he's just me remembering. That's okay to do so an accident because in all of this abused caveat to all of this with some workplaces they just just to just to say. I want to make it very clear that you know because i think how you conduct yourself in the workplace is different outside so i am i hearing the people that i know people even come up to my job. My role roland like oh. You should do this and it should be more. It should be more radical and more like over the talking and you know it should be controversial but i'm always like stomach. Something confessional controlling stake sake. I go back to the learning in that. If i do think that is that is right but radical often what happens is that especially a web place they just been by. Why do you know what i mean and so there is sometimes you feel like being too. I'm just making palatable and and that's where sometimes can kind of find the against tension point to be like oh. I'm making software approaches you softly but actually a guy back to say in the workplace i think it is about how do we navigate. The challenges are happening around identity race and stuff happening doesn't happen overnight. I you know you can't you know you can't bowl the ocean and i think you you only know the case that makes sense. Your organization is a change management and change management as much as anything else. An organizational change it takes is a minute to turn around and i think because because that's what i mean by good because of how much personal change and how much a individual learning that you do self than you do. It can sometimes be like you will you. I think is is is living with the fact that that how how slow that cases in compared to your own self learning how falls flat spin gay actor yeah definitely i think i think you have moments of breakthrough that feel powerful and those oser things i kind of who give you the propel and kind of allow for the next thing but that i just i just need change like that is is it's bigger than a lot so much of it is meta and and and you know synopses and changing cool belief systems and that doesn't happen overnight you know if you want it to be authentic change and true change. It takes a minute on but i think you know review its journey. It's not a sprint. This is a marathon but i think there are some very real things and all that other radical phase absolutely i think your organization's appetite for those radical things medical moments could confer berry depending on the organization a lot of the ones that i work with like i mentioned in the i._t. Space they definitely have a little bit more than africa to that and so i've been able to see we some of that kind of happen but as can be as powerful as your c._e._o. And it has to come from leadership. This can't be stuff. That just purely happens at the grass truths. I think it has to meet in the middle. I didn't has a grassroots element of it could be some billy very very deliberate conversations that you're getting from trustee and like seeing the way all the way where they go the organization following so if they're not heading in the direction that you want nobody else's folly and so for for the company. I work with our leadership. You know would would make some pretty hard lines around we we we're intolerance intolerant of intolerance an and uh-huh having not as a powerful statement and billy see examples that if you behave like this anymore like following through on that no well we mean mean everybody but not those kind of really important people. I don't care you you you you don't you are you act like a big or discriminatory. You do not belong in this organization nations so you know it's it's a journey but i think this is an opportunity to really you know make them happen out of your paying. Bring out of your pain because i think other people other people have to yeah so bs and that was my my extended clydes. 'cause we kind of went on a jetty there but it's fine. I think we mentioned was that was my collide connect. This is that we work on that night then being black. I know i actually wanna bring me to create thing. I would actually kind of sound effects. Y'all we just need in addition because otherwise if we don't get money to do stuff like this and i can't upon yes a creating i wanna talk about the epic nece using using his tweet recently the ethic nisa nisa is the u._k. <unk> muchly. I really want to highlight fishy grim from the from the collide that we just had i actually the highlight the amazing people in leadership positions people carla <unk> of women have been these amazing appointment star rating movers shakers in change makers and decision makers in richardson said the most recent one actually is bain gene the added wilkinson the executive director of yellow s. I'm an agent the company tissue albumin it got roy allen sandra wise with along with brian shanahan say who is now joining mandarin exchange points amazing amazing <unk> turkish house the nice and his incredible. We've had siddique new his mental. She's nudity executive director as civil's. Lou <unk> susan mclean from theater. Pecking comes suva's high tide just amazing so these are really effect. This is important prounced ons to me. It was like a win to me. An acoustic lois ago just to stay cool series however this amendment's the ethic of the british seen his acting right now. I'm just all about that. Train <unk> representation have been missing for long time. Why so my i it could be outnumbered. Dachsie is so may fifteen years ago. I am the <unk> she was in a tesa and it was amazing. Today had was known as the national and a fifteen year old sow how big puffy just assume whiteface scenes. Oh by guys she yes so funny honey view down jesse that twelve hours and he goes up had church us on everything how the blessing and i was transformed school moves not to kind of tell you know it was it was held by do how do i create <unk> felonies big handkerchief <unk> age and it was an then now in my twins he to some some <unk> day. I am proud my finger outselves. If crimes during right now because of the has been slaved the the movement in the movement of people come not just say a bit people hards. Were really hard to kind of it gets going. If you know maybe what has lewis you know. Hey you know the crowds you know i also want to pick up fifty seven then he's fading <unk> about grades but now she's of all three autism directors one whoring hamble campbell <unk> is just recently been appointed three people surrounding the bill gates <unk> tree because coventry sixty nine as is letters <unk> hamish is still kind of he was the full monty director salone <unk> things that needs to be a change you know gonna the danger has to be where autism stretches a twenty gs not not not news. It's still the same vision. The twenty kosti is the no one knew coming chain of division make radical making contemporary make it more exciting dynamic. These reasons appointments just to stay. It's amazing women <unk> people abuse of this actual tests gullible to office <unk> announced adhikari commits <unk> these rating to egypt into so many more basis exciting time reading these names in our our like making what is a series of what this is lack of the is just amazing. It's abraham if you've got any young. People listening will any anyone that has been a bit like how am i gonna get bitten. He can straight. Is it for me. Yes yes if it is always reading for awesome just say but with these appointments chew representation true representation tation it feels like by me myself has been in the strongest teams in the race. I just wanted i just wanted to speak the <unk> right now to beta crying faces life club you the british economy all of these people that you know kind of showed <unk> behind the stages islamic decision makers because i was just talking about m._v._p. <unk> such a time as this such armies. I'm really really excited. <unk> not unique tissue girl. I know this. There's this job well. I know your passion when is basically assist the lives for man. This is has space so you know she's going to have that energy speaking about that and vision and dream this year speaking out anyway not saying i'm not saying you but it's great to see that how involved you are in something even speaking out since will renowned moment say congrats c._t. My let's say you're name's see slow down here and i think for me. I've been made matt inspired by you because i feel like each of us. You've been able to do it from such a prominent place for each of us. Even booth what we were talking about just now brooks. We're we're we're contributing to that. Movement in each of us has a role to play a aging that narrative in <unk> taking something from a trend to movement to mainstream into business as usual to one day. None of this will have to be talked about because it would of life. Women ways to go. We got some ways to go. Oh but each of us in everybody that supports and advocates and there's so many of us you know this is a black day <unk> humanity thing. This is people that the care that we present the best of what the world has to bring to the stage to the to the media to the arse to to to the industry so awesome awesome <unk>. This is what this is what we want to see more of so be very connected especially because all the the the client was said to me. It's like while other things happening in perspective is because i he's going to be seen the sky otherwise depressing to me. There's so much to go right. Oh my gosh option is that i have to be hopeful in where you celebrate the small way you send a very big with and beat. A decision may have been a gate people of unrest led on your alario. Women who's a festival undecided so to speak in a peak. Take a few days of been imagine joyce joy actually though so excited dreadful end some of the people that the only takes. I'm currently mentoring the me. It's nice <unk> going yep. <hes> i mentioned initials them anymore. I didn't say that well don big up the laps income. Are he's doing what we do in full connect. Oh connecticut okay. This is good so i wanted to talk about this because this is something even while we were together in houston. We kinda started to touch about a few other guys. Principle is my husband <unk>. Hello while we're recording now. He smokes the.

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"dachsie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Military base at annoy updates abortion law. I'm Mike moss. President Trump and polish president doodoo are discussing building in American military base. In Poland out of money going to be spent on facility, military facility. A great one very good location in Poland. Then actually, it'll be spread over a little area, but basically one primary facility. We'll see how it works out the house oversight committee's expected to vote this afternoon on whether to hold the attorney general in commerce secretary in contempt chairman Elisha coming says the two defied subpoenas to hand over documents on the twenty twenty senses ranking member Mark meadows have jet Winston we rush to hold people in content. It has a chilling effect on anybody wanting to go the extra mile dachsie provide documents the White House announced this morning. The president is hurting executive privilege over the documents, Illinois Governor j b. Pritzker signed a law, which he says, guarantees women reproductive choice, the reproductive health act ensures that women's rights in Illinois. Do not hinge on the fate of Roe v. Wade or the whims of an increasingly conservative supreme court in Washington. The law declares abortion of fundamental, right? And misty internationalists condemned. What it called excessive force by Hong Kong police against largely peaceful protesters demonstrating against a proposed extradition, Bill saying, violates international law. It is likely to lead to worsening violence. The group said tear gas and rubber bullets should never be used to disperse, peaceful protesters. House intelligence committee, chairman Adam Schiff says his panelists determined to find out more about Russian interference in the 2016 election. And whether the US is still vulnerable on Wall Street, Wall Street.

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"dachsie" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Is Ron in grapevine, Texas. Yes. Hey, hey. Talk to you. Yeah. So what do you think of his message? It's getting a little flaccid. I think actually I see as to suffer Nisshin. He's talking about the statement. He put out today that adjusting down the border charity directly in regards to the drug trafficking. Yeah, they say promises and threats of studying the down day this week to address the illegal immigration, and I at one hundred four hundred percent find that by I need to see him. Take a step further. A lot fodder the Mexican economy concert on things like the Western Union transfers of to Mexico and such like that. The also new looking at all these caravans coming up from the golden triangle. That is a huge. Senator logistics. They need to start looking at who's dachsie knitting and paying for their charging them with human trafficking, which is the disaster. Evacuate say, yeah. To the eighty to Boston. Yes. Idea. But one thing you're doing that that they will be shut down with twenty four to forty eight hours by nice circuit because it will be looked at as racially motivated. Yeah. It's unbelievable. I mean, it's so true. Because that's the only thing you can do at this point and say, we think it's racially motivated and we go back to his statements during the campaign to to to to find his meaning Ron thanks for the call the. But it's there he has the power to do it. So you should do it. If it gets blocked by the night, circuit he should challenge that ruling and go on from there. Eight three three eight five two four eight six six. This is Tom shillue. We'll be right back. Tom your do sense. Three three eight five two four that's eight three three eight five two four eight six six Tom shillue..

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"dachsie" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Past the hour back to our conversation with Senator John hope in just a moment. Some of your questions will we've been here as well. And the bottom of the hour, by the way. Remember, we have a conversation with the Benham brothers. Yes. Brand new book called bold and broken becoming the bridge between heaven enter. Did we do that? We'll find out coming up just a little bit. Don't go away CJ's on the line from Dak diesel to tell us what another day brings to the crew at dachsie Sule born in CJ. Morning, scott. How going this morning going fantastic. Over. Is this a good time for? Business. Given the fact that things are a little cold out. There does the cold make those diesel engines grown a little bit. Yes. It's one of those things that I'm always busy. But when the cold rolls around could get busier still go problems that were there before the cold. They don't definitely don't get better with the cold. You know, so whether it's a hard starting or even oil leaks, soil leaks, coolant leaks. All those get worse teams like what the cold? So one of those things that you know, if you do have issues or whatever definitely give us a call. You know, I got the guy is thrown into transmission, rain, Al and got another guy doing a service on a truck. And we got a couple of other incidents tore apart in another two that are being sent off to rapid city machine. Shop this morning. So it's just busy down here..

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"dachsie" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on 790 KABC

"ABC. Drew eight hundred two two two five two two two. Why are the people in the capital so happy that came crashing visited them? What did they do the damn job? Oh my God. We are still talking about this attack on this empire. Actress Millette, and and the way the judge Jesse is as. Ever guitar for index hope from the Hollywood pipeline where he is the host Holly pipeline podcast available on itunes, skipped tax in. Here has been to onset spoken to Dax Dax you there. Hello. Dude X. So we've been we've been we've been sort of pull calling through the details in this case and lots of questions and lots of the incompleteness the ones the one thing that I need to know that would tell me everything I need to know is is he still in the hospital. That's I know he's still in the hospital yesterday. So Dax Dax there is no situation, and let me underline this no situation in which you have a broken rib, and you stay more than a few hours in the hospital. So something is missing on this story. And let me be clear. This is my opinion as a physician if somebody comes in after an attack and is having some sort of problem. They would go to the psychiatric ward they were not they would not go to the medical ward for a broken rib. So what do we know about where he's staying? Oh, man. Questioning I I kind of was thinking, hey, it was a pretty traumatic incident. No, there's no there's no unless he has a massive less has intra cranial hemorrhaging or internal bleeding and needed an operation. He is home maximum twenty four hours maximum maximum maximum hold on dachsie said bleach. But the the police are not saying bleach, they said unknown substance that they're they're still trying to figure out what it was. And I think you would know if it was bleach. I heard bleaching numerous times though, numerous times lease the police listened the press misreporting this all over the place tax all over the place there Philly. What do you think? I don't know. All I know is the press has created a narrative that doesn't make sense. Here's their narrative. Two guys at five at five degrees in Chicago where two in the morning with ski masks and a rope. We're waiting for this guy to come out and get a sandwich and then attacked him. Okay. But what about the letters that were sent earlier that was basically you will die right though. That's the only thing we have. He was potentially targeted. So that's not that. It's two guys sitting around at two in the morning. It's two guys that have actively been seeking him out. So why would somebody seek him from Los Angeles to Chicago. No, he flew from Chicago or New York. How's that possible? Unless these guys are every agent exterior. No. But if you if you follow him on Instagram he was sitting there updating his entire plane flight. Stuck on the tar? Soaker enough. If you followed him would know that he was on his way from LA to New York. So you're a criminal Europe criminal and you're filled with hate, and you're a hate crime perpetrator. All this guy, Chicago. No, he lives in Chicago. And you knew he was going to be at subway to in the morning and waited five degrees. If you if you follow him on social media, you would know that his plane took off when it was where it was headed for 'cause he made that very public. No, no, no, no, people that followed him from New York and Los Angeles. And the this wasn't Chicago. The letter sent from Chicago far as we can tell. So these guys had to go to Chicago follow any who who what there's some crazy people out there. Dr drew, what are you talking about? You know, people are psycho not like that. I've never seen anything like that. What are your Twitter handle? What is just so we can follow it. Jesse smell. Okay. But I I remember 'cause I actually went back, and when when the whole news broke, I went back, and I was like, oh, let me see because you have like a whole story. So I was like, oh is this new stuff? But no, it was just documented and there was like fifteen videos of him on the plane being boards saying that it wasn't taking off. So he was very upfront about kind of his location where you're going, and, you know, 'paparazzi us Instagram all the time to find out where celebs Dr when they're going to be landing. I mean, it's it's kind of common. You know, we we've heard numerous stories about robberies happening because people are updating on their social media all that a lot of times it's time that's the robberies at their house in L A when they're gone now. Not where they are in walking down the street and Chicago randomly subways in it for these people to do this. What what in the world? So we do things without motivation. Dax they has to they have to get. Something out of it. Pretty gnarly hate crime out of it. I can you tell can you tell us. So what I've been trying to read through through the TMZ website through what the police, and I've been following the police investigator in Chicago on his official Twitter account was so he was beaten up pretty badly. Am I to understand that he went back to his apartment? And there was a man there with him when he called police on when police came to take his report almost an hour like forty five minutes later when they came. He asked him to turn off their body cameras. So they weren't recording. And then he gave them the report he didn't say anything about the the yelled, the maga- thing in the initial report, they laughed, and then he took himself to the hospital after that is that. Hospital. Why is he still in the hospital? It's so wait. So I feel that you are are are you thinking something totally different happen. I guess I'm just curious something totally different than the press is reporting did happen, something totally different. What what do you make sure happen? When I listen I reports, but like what do you think could have? I think I think I think I was attack walking down the street has totally. It's horrible. Attacked with the way, the press has created these just so narratives about it doesn't make sense. Given the fact that you're you're questioning the timeline. So that's why I'm trying to get over the facts that are reported because the time line because it's like, you know, if he why wait all that time. And why is this so called ropes though? Right. Is that where do you get more into with? Dax Dax hold of course from the Hollywood pipeline. That's the entry. Dr drew midday Lavenham AM seven ninety KABC..

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"dachsie" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on First Things First

"But generally, historically, that's not how things work you make little changes. Even the warriors have added a significant player we like to mix things up at new players each season is different. And again, we feel like Austin rivers for read, maybe one acquisition. And then the young players have developed this year. We're going to be stronger going into the playoffs. What happened what what really went down with Carmelo Anthony project, which I like to call a project because every team seems to want peace of the Carmelo Anthony project. Don't that's on me. I mean, I felt like he could be a real good fit as a spread big for us in. Offense defensively handed up being not as good as a fit. We were sorted abated tween switching everything and all or playing what we call a catch defense on pick and roll. And we ended up going with full switching which wasn't as good of a fit. So it just it wasn't a fit. I think is going to get another opportunity. It'll be good for him. I wanna ask you about one nine Houston rocket to me. He's the most exciting rookie interleague. Cindy, Anthony Davis. Maybe sense Durant. Maybe since LeBron. I know it's cross state rival Dallas how impressive you've been with Luca. And what he's able to do at his age coming over from Europe. So I'm not surprised is very good. I mean, he was he was like the best player in Europe at age seventeen which is unheard of. And if you want one indicator for who's going to be good later, how good are they how how good are they in their first professional season, both international. And then this nineteen year old season has put a very high ceiling on on him. So. Unfortunately, it's in our division. So that's that's annoying. And you know, I don't know what the teams above them and not the west we're doing because we we need. We don't need these players are division. He's not saying Atlanta, adding. Brian west. And now Leuckel's comes out with secret that you are Nick rights favourite general manager, we all have favorite and well then. May be good friends with some of the other general managers in here. Why I ask you guys go way back. I go way back with Danny Ainge fantastic, Joe manager, just in every way, shape or form. Dachsie means she had a post. The newsletter. I couldn't find one. Greg just emitted just all around wonderful. No he had to respond to me on Twitter. That would be that I jumped hearing break necks. Before we go. I would like to say this. I I work for Danny aines. He he got he got my certain industry, so everything to and. Yes, everything he said is right. I did not have as poster on my wall had Mark prices poster. But real quick before you go, you're inclined you guys break down all the numbers, the executive producer of this television show is certain James harden would be helped efficiency wise if he shaved the beard. He cannot believe that doesn't slow him down that it doesn't tire out. Can you? Can you tell them how ridiculous that opinion? Thank you..

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"dachsie" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"That was the second most of any receiver. He actually caught three of them, but who was the target on the crucial, fourth and ten play with two minutes and eighteen seconds left in the fourth quarter of that game do or die gotta make it. They target Deontay Thompson. Okay. So he. He hasn't played so Dacca's hitting with zero passes through the whole preseason. And that's your second most targeted receiver. And now you're saying y'all put the ball and Dak sans. We'll sure who's he throwing to deonte Thomson. Oh, wow. Interesting. Shannon, you're genius does Jerry's brilliant as Jerry going way out on a limb by u n les oh, wait to go. Shannon, normally, brilliant, its breakthrough. You should write a book about a nor- with a ball index. No. Normally they don't think normally the, yeah, we wanna take away the run. They don't say we wanna take a ready to run and put the ball in, drew Brees his hand. He called him by names. And plus, here's the thing in the preseason if that, why was that sitting down the beach? Anyway, he got all these new receivers. You would think they would want to give him chemistry. They would want to get them timing. That's why the game, one that actually counts that actually matters looked like a preseason game because nobody played in the preseason. Thank you for saying that because. Prescott played a grand total. The thirty nine steps in preseason games while forty one year old, Tom Brady played sixty nine snaps. So wait a second, all new receivers in Dallas, all new just top to bottom aisle new except Terrance Williams, who by the way, had the had low targets the other day. I don't know what happened to Terrence. We've so he's kind of out of the equation. You love you. Love t wheel or t won't. Wheel, you love it all. I don't know what they're doing. Oh, now you don't know anything with their doing. Here's the thing simply this Bayless until Dak proves that he can beat a team throwing the football. This is going to be the recipe that defense is. This is the books. Everybody has a book. Everybody got a book how you beat a guy, how you beat a team that press they're saying, look, if we as as long as we shut off Zeke, that's what we gotta do. We want the ball his hand because get once you can get away with it, you have to drop the eight guy. You can get real exotic on the back end because what you say, son, you gotta hold it. That's Tom Brady. If you lined up any, he's gonna pick you apart. You gotta hold it that drew Brees that's been robbed as burger, get solely weakened whole. What we're going to do on the back end we can fool will. Dak Prescott is a lot easier when you got the eight got down and you know you again, man coverage, dachsie licking chop. So I'm sure Green Bay went into Jerry were last year and said, we gotta make. Beat us and he did beat no, not on the scoreboard, but he. Medically outplayed airlines. Look the QBR ninety seven to seventy y'all have a twenty. That press guy had one to six leave. Well, LA Rams come in. They say, you know what? We gotta make beat us and he beat them not on the scoreboard, but he let him go. He play Jerry gone. Yeah, so QBR wanna bet me a billion dollars on the QBR age, win a bet. You know to her, wonder about me. You have any sense on who had higher with Batman. You know what?.

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Halsey Finally Confirms Her Little Role in A Star Is Born

Fred and Angi

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Halsey Finally Confirms Her Little Role in A Star Is Born

"But her numbers are low. Not right. So young and his friend were accused of distributing and possessing with intensive review five hundred grams or more of coke and two hundred eighty grams or more of crack he was later arrested and sentenced he was arrested again in two thousand eight for possession of point five grams of cocaine or less dachsie only arrests that she really mentions or maybe knows about. So she met with President Trump's team yesterday to try to get them out. Now, she's opening up all the prisons and how can everybody get out? The shopper who took photos of former Cosby show

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"dachsie" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on RobinLynne

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Lyme Disease isn’t the Only Tick-Borne Illness to Think About

Mayo Clinic Health Minute

10:32 min | 3 years ago

Lyme Disease isn’t the Only Tick-Borne Illness to Think About

"In the sun with your family. You grab the sunscreen because you know a sun protection factor or SPF of thirty is going to protect your exposed skin from getting sunburned. But Dr Don Davis. A mayo clinic dermatologist says, most people don't know that skin covered by clothing still can get sunburned. She says, natural clothing without sun protective factors. We'll have an SPF of approximately one to four based on how tight the we've is and how breathable the material is. So it actually does not give you that much some protection, but she says there are special types of clothing that will protect you. The clothing industry has now allowed micro fibers into certain clothes, which then have a UP f. or universal protection factor that's equivalent to the SPF of sunscreen. She says, universal. -tection factor is even calculated the same way SPF is it's the ratio of the number of minutes. You spend outdoors without developing redness to the skin with the clothing on verses without the clothing on. So Dr Davis says, if you can spend fifty minutes outdoors with a piece of clothing before developing mild readiness versus ten minutes without you would have a protective factor of fifty over ten, which is a UP f of five. So the next time you're shopping for clothes, check the tag to see if it lists the items, universal protection factor, and here's some news about some research mayo clinic is doing to help stop a cancer associated with sun exposure melanoma. The most deadly type of skin cancer mayo clinic center for individualized medicine is learning about melanoma at the molecular level to allow for treatment that better targets and individuals disease. That's because not all melanomas are the same every year about ninety thousand people are diagnosed with melanoma. And more than nine thousand people die from the disease in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society, the incidents has been rising for the past thirty years, especially among young people. Mayo researchers are working to find better treatments for the mayo clinic news network. I'm Vivian Williams. Welcome back to Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom shy, and I'm Tracy McCray. Well, Tracy, it's tick season, and it's time actually to learn how to stop those suckers according to a new report from the centers for disease control and prevention. Illnesses caused by disease infected ticks mosquitos and fleas have tripled in the US in recent years, lime disease is the most common illness carried by ticks, but it's not the only one. There's an applause, Moses Ehrlich news what and even Rocky Mountain, spotted fever to just name a few. We'll get to the pronunciation of that in just a second must be lik Yosef here to discuss, tick, borne illnesses and how to prevent them and how to pronounce them as mayo clinic microbiologist and parasite expert, Dr. Bobby Pritt, welcome back to the program, Dr it. Thank you. It's great to be here. The doctor sites has that right. He did Arlecchino SIS. Alright. Why in the world? Is there a tripling in the amount of diseases from these suckers. As doctor says, we have more of them that ticks are spreading their spreading their ranges, and that's due to a lot of different factors. Some of it has to do with weather, some of it has to do with human behavior. A lot of it has to do with hosts like all those dear and wrote cetera out there. They are perfect reservoirs for the ticks defeat on. Over the winter. Now they survive over the winter. They can hang out under the leaves, and then come out as soon as the snow melts is lime disease stole the most common tick illness. It is in the country and particularly in the upper midwest and the northeast, some three hundred thousand cases year more than that. But for a couple of generations ago, no, I'd never heard of Lyme disease. Is it because it had not been diagnosed yet or because there wasn't a Lyme disease. At that point, there was some disease, so it had been diagnosed by then, but there wasn't a lot of it. There weren't as many forested areas where our dear used to like to hang out. We used to be more of a farming society. There used to be wider areas that were just open fields for crops. Now we have all these nice wooded areas that the deer just love the rodents just love that's perfect habitat for ticks. And we love to go out into those beautiful green spaces and and our behavior off. Also drives this. We want to go out and go for a hike in the woods, and we should. It's just now we have to be aware that those ticks and the mosquitoes and the fleas are out there and we have to be able to protect ourselves, shall we get from the tick that bit the deer? Yes. Well, actually it's usually the mouse that it gets it from. So the tick is born not infected with Lyme disease, but then when it bites its first mouse or small rodent, it becomes infected. And then in order to change into its next life cycle stage, it needs to take another meal. And that could be from us. What what dear after do you know the deer are actually more of just a blood source there, a food source, the ticks like defeat on dear, but dare themselves actually don't get infected with Lyme disease, the mice. We blame the deer also part of life cycle though for some of the other things like Anna plasmapheresis in our lick Llosa's when it comes to ticks, is that what the problem is or what are, what are other diseases that ticks spread? Well, as you mentioned, Rocky Mountain, spotted fever, Anna plasma, SIS, there's busy. Oh, SIS Bradley, amo- Twi. That's a mouthful. There's also the to Nick new tick borne diseases that we identified here at mayo clinic Bradley, mayo knee. I named after the mayo brothers and also are leaky Muris. So there have been nine new pathogens spread by ticks or mosquitoes. Just identified since two thousand four is one of those the ones that results in allergy to meet. Yes, that's a really odd one. And people get really. Bad ineffective reaction if they eat meat, if they're bitten by a certain type tick, amazing lime disease, the most common one. So let's say that you know you had a tick on your body or you don't. What are the symptoms? What do you look for for lime disease, fever is one and brash. Those are two big ones all the disease that looks like a target for lime disease. It's that so called target white rash. The problem is is not all people have that. It could also be an hard to see areas like if it's on your scalp under your hair or your back, that's why tick checks with a friend or sometimes helpful. Have sunlight look in the spots that you can't easily see, but even if you don't have a towel rash, if you have other symptoms, you should go to your doctor. You could have body aches, muscle aches. Those are the big ones joint pains. And then how if you, if you have those symptoms go to the physician, how do they diagnose it? How do they know if you have lime disease? There's a few tests we do for Lyme disease. We look for antibodies that your body forums is part of its immune response to the organism. So that's called serologic testing. PCR's not a big part of Lyme disease, but we testing, but we do offer it as more of a junked of test for other diseases. We have PCR test. We have Serology. So we have a number of ways in the laboratory that we can detect these tests and they can be pretty definitive. They can, yes. Are there any advances being made in the battle against the ticks? Yeah, it's interesting that you ask that because there's a whole new tick, borne disease working group that was sponsored by the government, which actually on one of the subcommittees working groups, and we are looking at all of those. Things. What are the gaps in our existing technologies? And then what are some of the new technologies that can help fill those gaps? Does a number of different things be looked at? Some will be going through the FDA for approval, but nothing's really here yet. So we're still, unfortunately relying on technology from the nineteen seventies and eighties like serologic testing. Well, in the tricky thing is back in the nineteen seventies, for instance, if you were going to go onto the woods, you didn't think twice, not maybe at the most. You just looked for ticks on your body when you got back, but times have changed. And so before you go into the forest or through a walk in a meadow or whatever the case is, what should we do about these things? Exactly. If you're going to go out into the woods and you think you're going to go off the beaten trail, you need to be applying some sort of tick or insect repellent. We recommend deet anything with thirty percent deter more. There's also a carrot in the Environmental Protection Agency actually has a whole list of all the different options. And there's also permission that. You can spray on clothing. Essentially, the idea is choose what you're going to be using and make sure you do it consistently. You could also do some simple things like tuck your pants into your socks, less bearskin for those ticks grab onto all good. Good thoughts. So you talked to us about the symptoms of Lyme disease. You talk to us about the diagnosis. They'll tell us about treatment, and if it's important to be treated and if you don't get treated or even sometimes if you do the complications. Yes, treatments important. And if you think you have tick borne disease, you definitely want to go to your physician. Some of these diseases are life threatening things like Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. That's life threatening in children in adults. Erlich Yosef can be life threatening. Usually the treatment is a drug called dachsie cycling, even for children with cases of Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. A lot of times we say, don't give certain antibiotics, doxycycline children that is not the case with Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. So usually antibiotic treatment is required. And most cases patients will respond if they're treated early, if they're not treated, early, complications can arise like with lime disease, the disease can disseminate. It can go to your joints. It can go. To your nervous system and that hurt breaking your heart. People have died of lime and Okada's. So it's important to find out if you have it get a definitive diagnosis and be treated and as early on as possible. Exactly. Is it ever too late to undergo treatment? It's less effective. So I wouldn't say it's too late. You'd still wanna go to your doctor and see what your treatment options are, but it may be less effective. All right.

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"dachsie" Discussed on Outliers

Outliers

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on Outliers

"Coincidence it's a great on extreme i it kind of sets the scene for us because you know it and i also spent time talking to people from across sectors the there's a lot of paranoia eddie jobs and the whole automation and not talking technology industry but you look at auto banking all of these centers when i talked to even the younger ones twentysomething first job in a bank i spoke to someone like what should i be doing one one hand blockchain other and something else the head me understand this depot for the listeners of this podcast no matter which sector they are let's look at this through the lens of employability job because the questions people ask so what's happening here so i think something big is happening one of the problems when we talk about jobs and employment as jensen said is india we don't talk with facts it is very hard to get good data robust data on jobs and hopefully somebody's working on it but what seems pretty uncontestable is the fact that one million people eighteen every month and into the so called for sage and the the amount of net new job creation that's happening but the former sectors negligible competitiveness so we have a rapidly mounting stress a lot of it is not reflected in unemployment figures because india's a huge problem with underemployment which is people don't have jobs but in northern to survive yourself employed okay okay so turns out for six percent of all people in the workforce are self employed and the vast majority of them forty two percent of of that twenty six unless than five thousand rupees a month okay so this is the huge unemployment and under appointment now you can also point to anecdotal fats driving would you take a dachsie you talk to the office boy at work you talk to the vegetables seller fruit seller.

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"dachsie" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"That were passing jazz combo moving over to the western side of art which is a little less wow just a little less populated i'm very sorry to report that we've missed the annual dachshund parade which which was held today as it is once a year in washington's park and it is exactly what it sounds like it's people hotspots through washington were offered skews me you at the dachshund parade they don't do grey they just gathered gathering and we'd sing song there's no other like dachshund walking so close to the ground you're stubborn and sly fox end the happiest pet to be found minor dachsie the best canine under the sun you weiner or sausage or though we know that you are number one deng thank you soared saw that is so i've always felt that okay say an extraterrestrial appears before you and says weeding galaxy and i don't have much time can you can you make a case for life on earth you could do worse than takes that at for terrestrial to washington square park and just say all this life all this ramp and see all this humanity our people singing opera is a there's there there's everything you need to know about what it's like to be human is present within the small area spirit of hey planet earth is really worth keeping around.

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"dachsie" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"I don't think marcus mariota has it in him i don't think jameis winston hesitant him garoppolo could make that leap dak has won twenty two games in the last two years one quarterbacks one more tom brady and thompson a much easier division i think deca special i think he's dealt with a lot of noise a high profile sort of vanity driven owner the zeke stuff does boy i watched that amazon prime show with the dez and zeke whole gut the the meetings were a mess i think dachsie really potentially special player good player but i think the guy who makes it go for dallas ezekiel elliott when you look at what dallas is their team that are built to run the football and when they run the football they can control the game on offense and defense running the ball allows them to sit up deck prescott off play action everything that he does he does because he could fake to twenty one downfield get the ball to the playmakers he can play efficiently because they're able to dictate terms because the situations are favorable for the office also they employ a keep away strategy that keeps their defense off the field we talk about them doing with a bunch of a cast misfits they would do that because able to control a time of possession to me i know we talked about it being a quarterback driven league but i think the common denominator with most of the quarterbacks that play really really well the presence of dominant running backs or somebody to running back position that can command and not only as a runner but as a receiver of the bag you right jerry jones said it right i think would.

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"dachsie" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"I don't think that will get ratcheting we got ratchet clank remake it was just the first game i don't think they've been continue seymour those think the next ratchet will be in a new game yeah psych leaving that's coming soon i don't know i feel like i would think it would be for you figure like the last one critically critical darling you know what i mean it seemed like it sold well to it was a budget and quote price of forty bucks but it was around moving odor cared about the game itself actually really really good yeah and i feel like sure insomniac right now proper is improper and quotes being burbank is working on spiderman and i'm sure other stuff too but north carolina could've be doing you know i'm not sure what they're up to yeah sly cooper i could see them doing a similar thing where it's a remake of the first game to go alongside the movie then what's this movie is that still happening that real i don't know that's one of those things they announced you like really and then never hear about again and this just might be a bias i half but like is like hooper and ratchet in the same conversation oh i don't i don't even think it's a by the only we can i mean i i appreciate in love sly cooper but i don't think it's the same thing slides chance was the trilogy collection you're talking about whisper and then the fact they made these time and neither set the world on fire and grant in a different time different system different marketplace but i don't think it would be that much different now in the same way i don't think jacket dachsie much different now i love jax ter you can come out and redo that and say like all right cool here's a new jax stone or something.

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"dachsie" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dachsie" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Dimensional projector all gets i'm not sure but i think i was just worn at even quasar thought it toward calls pinhead dachsie point not coming on also like his yes how long the shackles that he made for the angler will last quasar says indefinitely concentrate if he was doing different types of quantum bands at once maybe well will clear this up last episode off i right off the quantum zone website rate will yep apparently once he creates it it's aided and i think in the everything there is to know about quasars quantum bands that you could send in for grunwald was basically like once it's created it's created he can't bolster he can't do this and he doesn't get any feedback so if it's like you know you smashing sculptor statue you know there's nothing there it's actually pretty good it's an interesting read what grunwald was thinking about any actually outlaw in the beginning that he had he's he has no power against magic you know he he lays it all out it's it's really cool so yeah it tell you what offline i'll send you a link to it and you can take a look awesome yes i mean that to me i'll put it up social media too so everyone keeping watch out for that sasso quasar say you're gonna walk kayla owl then that night quasar goes home and he's like i wonder if that is that you don't send villains the project pegasus anymore new place called the vault will we were talking about the ball.

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