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Navigating the NICU with Nurse Tori

The WoMed

04:28 min | Last week

Navigating the NICU with Nurse Tori

"Nurse Tori Welcome to the woman. I'm so happy to finally have you on here. Oh my gosh. Danny, thank you so much for having me I. I'm thrilled I'm excited. When I message like I've been missing the nick you can. We discussed and having Nikki episode, and of course, you were like Hell Yeah let's do it. Please I love it. I'm so excited reminisce about Nikki life plus it's Nikki awareness month which I didn't know of and I feel very ashamed of myself made twelve years and the. Only. Thing it's not you know I think it was established. Let's say I don't know couple of years ago. For making. Thank you. Know it's become a thing love so Well, that's amazing because I know we had like a Nikki nurse day right around there like okay. Hers also, November, which is like free maturity awareness month. So we're kind of all over the place just establishing Mon- says everything CAPEX. Nikki. Nurse. Day there's also I wanNA see. There's like now they're kind of breaking down day in. September. For the end of the month like twenty, seven, Twenty, eight, twenty, nine all are dedicated to different aspects of the nick you so. Love that. Yeah, it's pretty neat. It's special. So this is actually really cool. It's a cool month for late I would say the nurses, the doctors, the RT's, and then also courts the families and. The pass babies or pass patients than accused of reminisce and yeah. So like every year mild hospital would have a day where all the parents could come who had lost a child in the nick you and then they have like like. Not like a religious but like kind of like a reunion like A. Goodwill prayer you know type thing and you know some of the nurses could go down and like the families could go and like reunite with them. Does your hospital do anything like that? Yes. Oh, a couple of different hassles I worked have done things like that. I would say the most consistent thing I've seen that most hostels do and participate in is the march of dimes. Yes. Where you can do that some hustles will have separate time to do a reunion but the is a pretty condescending where you know we could raise funds or a walk and kind of I would say the one big time that we do our hustle also does do. It's a walk in the park and dots because we're near. Disneyland. Rona we were able to do it where. And nurses and doctors who ever wanted to go could go do walk in the park together and it sort of like a day to remember everything and should be together and so that's actually a pretty cool things well so. That's so lovely. Yeah, it's really special. I. Mean. Especially when you are, you know working with these families as you know for up to in the nick you up to a year really or more. Yeah. Exactly be restocked relationships you know yeah, and I feel like. That's kind of one of the things that really sets and Nick you apart from working in other areas of the hospital. Yeah I would agree even having some more recently I was working as a critical care. Nurse so I was working. Hickey NICU'S TV ICU arcologies. And it was a really interesting interesting thing to see the differences in the dynamics of the unit. So for example. I would say sort of. A, little bit more like that. Fast. Like you're you're out they you know primarily drink surgeries console. It's very fast paced. It's different or traumas and things like that. Is Nick you you know we really do have not long-term relationship. I would say similarly oftentimes on college, we'll have kind of relationship with their patients while actually. So that's true. That's true.

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‘That 70s Show’ Star Danny Masterson Appears In Los Angeles Court On Rape Charges

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:43 sec | Last week

‘That 70s Show’ Star Danny Masterson Appears In Los Angeles Court On Rape Charges

"Masterson appeared in the Los Angeles courtroom when charges he raped three women. Masterson did not interrupt plea. He was ordered to return to court on October 19th for arraignment. He's charged with raping three women at his Hollywood hills home between 2001 and 2003. The actor is known for roles in that seventies show and the ranch shortly after the charges were announced, his attorney said. Obviously, Mr Masterson and his wife are in complete shock, considering that these are nearly 20 year old allegations, and they're suddenly resulting in charge is being filed. But they and their family or comforted knowing that ultimately the truth will come out. He was arrested in June and released after a few hours on a bond of $3.3 million. If he is convicted as charge he could face up to 45 years to life in state prison. Mark Austin

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Actor Masterson denies and denounces rape charges

The John Phillips Show

00:22 sec | Last week

Actor Masterson denies and denounces rape charges

"Facing rape charges. Actor Danny Masterson made an appearance in a Los Angeles court today but did not entry plea. A judge ordered him to return for an October 19th arraignment. The actor best known for that seventies show is accused of raping three women between 2000 won in 2003. He was charged and arrested back in June on three counts of forcible rape. The 44 year old denies the allegations

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Transforming Infused Biologics into Injectables

The Bio Report

04:09 min | Last week

Transforming Infused Biologics into Injectables

"Rene, thanks for joining us. Thank. You Danny a pleasure to be here. We're GONNA talk about how It's enhanced drug delivery technology and how the company has rebuilt its business strategy around this, let's start with enhanced though what is enhance? That's a great question. Enhance is based on the proprietary enzyme recumbent Human Highly Rana Days Ph twenty. There is a human enzyme on human, highly Rhonda's enzyme and on accommodate version of that. I'd be happy to go into a little bit more about how it works if you'd like. What's the normal function of the enzyme in the body? Okay. So a little bit of biology then. So if you think about the Subcu-, if you think about the skin, there are three layers, the epidermis, the Germans, and then subcutaneous stays. The subcutaneous space is primarily composed. Of fact, some structural components like Alaskan in college, and then a sugar call highly Ronin. Hiring Ronan Forms Gel like substance in the subcutaneous as and this is what's important when it comes to enhance that that GEL like substance creates a resistance to injecting omnium into this up you space the typical volumes you can inject are usually wanted to amounts of subcutaneous. And so. What the enzyme does is it is it breaks down the highly Raanan as as you're jetting drug and the Enzyme Co formulated together. If rates out highly on, she can actually deliver large volumes of injections subcutaneous slow. And that's how drug. Works. So, when we think of That are infused into a patient is volume the issue of why those drugs get infused as opposed to inject it exactly most of the biologics are large lions and they can be sixty, nine, hundred miles. It depends on the concentration if a partner if a company wants to coach with smaller injection buying that could be administered subcutaneous -ly they we co formulated with our enzyme and that formulated product is injected. subcutaneous league are typical products. are in the range of five to twenty EML's. which is allow a lot more than the standard one to two that you can deliver without the enzyme. And what is it actually doing wants it's formulated with a biologic. So, it doesn't do anything to the biologic. But when you inject the CO formulated product into the subcutaneous face, the enzyme breaks down the highly are mentioned that the skin it's a sugar that's naturally in the skin. It breaks it down and opens the state think about like opening the secure space that larger volume have be dispersed, and some of the drug can then be absorbed into the. Circulation. So it facilitates fat sub Q. Injection Large on fluids. What does it take to actually formulate a biologic with enhanced? Does it actually? Does it require doing something to bind it to it or is it just a matter of exciting it into the liquid? It's more than mixing. So typically what we do when we work with a partner on their therapeutic, is we I WANNA, make sure that the enzyme is compatible with their drug at there's no effect of the drug on the vice versa. So we test for compatibility. Then we would test for stability making sure that the two men combine the enzyme on the drug are. Stable a long period of time so that the drug can be manufactured I'm sitting on the shelf for a period of time. One says diamond than simply mixing the two together and the amount of enzyme relative to the amount of drug is extremely small the environment in the order of micrograms of material verses, the drugs which are usually in milligrams. So thousand fold differences.

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Trubisky Throws 3 TDs In 4th To Help Chicago Bears Beat Lions

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Trubisky Throws 3 TDs In 4th To Help Chicago Bears Beat Lions

"I guess The one bright spot about those lions game is there were no fans that have to drive home after it's No, just the the buzzing recording of fans, and they probably weren't all too pleased when they saw what they saw in that fourth quarter as the Fox Network had the final call at the end of the day. Locking it away. Game is over Quarter turn. Bald little trip is key. We got done with three TD passes. The Bears beat the Lions for the fifth straight time. Final score 27 to 23 In all three of those Mitchell travesty. Touchdowns were in the fourth quarter. 21 unanswered points to come back and beat the Lions. Matthew Stafford, 24 42 297 Yards, a touchdown and a very ill timed interception that set up the game winner for the Bears. Adrian Peterson, looking good in his first game, 14 carries 93 yards. Danny Amendola 81 yards on five catches. TJ Hakansson had a touchdown as the DeAndre Swift earlier in the game from one yard out. He also dropped a potential game winning touchdown right before that final call. 27 2 23. The Lions lose their first game of the 2020 season.

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Belarus protests: Opposition keeps up pressure on Lukashenko

The Sunday Show

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Belarus protests: Opposition keeps up pressure on Lukashenko

"Massive turnout of protesters is keeping up pressure on President Alexander Lukashenko to resign as the BBC's Danny Everhart reports. Yet again, Belarusians have flooded the streets of Minsk on demonstrated in other towns and cities determined to force out President Lukashenka. His security forces have responded robustly, seizing large numbers of people and carting them off in bands. Some demonstrators have been heading for an area of Minsk, where many senior officials live. They're not the sort of images Mr Lukashenko would like on the eve of his first face to face talks with President Putin since his disputed election victory. Despite maintaining the loyalty of Belarus is security apparatus. He is no closer to reasserting. He's once iron grip on the country. The BBC's Danny

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Welcome back: Lakers, LeBron headed to the conference finals

CBS Sports Radio

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Welcome back: Lakers, LeBron headed to the conference finals

"Were 29 points. He would have 11 rebounds and seven assists for the 11th time in his career. He's going to the conference finals for the 40th time in the franchise is history. The Lakers are going to the conference finals after the game. LeBron James with ESPN Cassidy Hubbarth LeBron, You guys came out In this game with energy, but it really seems like you decided was over in the third quarter. What were the conversations like at half and how you guys came out here? We know what they did in the fourth quarter of Game four on We can't allow to repeat that happen, so we learn from it. And that's being a relatively new group together in our tent playoff game together way having a learning to fly we did in Game four and was able to bring it into the third quarter tonight. Again. Three point shooting tonight. You beat them at their own game, but how capable do you think this team is to shoot like this consistently going forward? I mean, we're sharing the ball and the ball has energy behind it. So we're getting to the pain. We're sharing the ball. Our shooter's in great rhythm, you know, So it's important for myself, 80, Ray Zhaan and Alex to make sure that we get all our shooter's shots. And then it knocked him down today. Big time. Danny KCP, you know, smooth, knocked a few downforce and No, it's just good basketball for US Lakers. They're going to the conference finals for the first time since 2010. When Colby let them How does it feel to bring this franchise back to this state? Especially this year? I mean, it's the reason I want to be a part of this franchise to take him back to a place that they were accustomed to being. And thus compete for championships. So you know it's honor for me, Tio purple and go on for us. We just try to continue the legacy and just play great basketball for fans back in l A and all over the world. This is the stage you're familiar with. This is your 11th Conference finals. This is Anthony Davis first where the conversations we're gonna have within the town What to expect in this change? Well, I mean, every game is a learned experience for us. Like I said, This is all tonight was our 10th game together at the new group. New coaches have new system and everything so Every game has another opportunity for us to get better. No matter if it's the first round, second round conference finals in that we just we want to continue to build and I feel like we've gotten better from Game one against Portland game Timber. Susan would continue that. You know, whoever we play between the Clippers order nuggets that would give our civil good chance chance to advance wants. Thanks, LeBron series win his Cassidy Hubbarth through the air with LeBron James. She works for ESPN. LeBron James plays for the Lakers. Kevin want to with you in our studios with the MBA Tonight postgame still powered by five hour energy shots. Occurs when it won

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prosecutor looking into the origins of Russia probe resigns

"A federal prosecutor who is helping lead the investigation into the trump Russia probe's origins has quit Nora Dan Hey was a top prosecutor on the team led by U. S. attorney John Doran who was tapped last year to look into how the FBI and other agencies started their investigation Durham's office confirms Danny has resigned from the justice department but did not say more the investigations only produced one criminal charge so far Dennehy's departure will further slow probe already hampered by the virus pandemic the president's indicated he wants results soon there's also pressure to wrap it up since the justice department frowns on investigations that could affect the election Sager mag ani Washington

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Mitch Trubisky Expected To Start As Chicago Bears Quarterback Over Nick Foles

Bleeding Green Nation

03:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Mitch Trubisky Expected To Start As Chicago Bears Quarterback Over Nick Foles

"Let's start off talking about your pal and my pal super bowl fifty, two hero nick foles and when. The Chicago bears traded for Nick foles over the off season for a fourth round pick we all largely assumed it would be to replace Mitchell trubisky as the team starting quarterback. Otherwise, why do you go out and trade for Nick Foles? Mitch Trubisky is a pretty bad quarterback in the Chicago offense. Last year was pretty dreadful with Mitch Trubisky as signal caller and the two were. They were involved in some kind of quarterback competition this summer in training camp everyone I think myself especially just figured Nick foles would win that job. Well, NFL DOT com reporting that trubisky has beaten out nick foles for the starting quarterback job in Chicago. Remember all that talk about whether the eagles should keep foles or go with Carson wentz. Now, he can't even beat out Mitchell and I love Nick foles this is not me bagging on Nick foles but I'm finding it hard to believe that Nick foles doesn't look better in Camp Than Mitch Trubisky you Mitchell Trubisky is literal. Well, listen to the numbers. Okay. The bears offense averaged seventeen and. A half points per game last year and ranked in the bottom five points per game and in total yards. Okay. Trubisky through for thirty one, hundred, thirty, eight yards, seventeen touchdowns, and ten interceptions. He's a terrible quarterback he looked like he might be improving in two thousand eighteen he played pretty well in the bears playoff loss to the eagles especially at the end of the game when he made some big plays, but he regrets terribly in two thousand nineteen. That's Chicago offense was awful and Trubisky was one of the big reasons why only seventeen touchdowns on the season? There's a reason there's a reason the Chicago bears went out and got nick foles. And Nick foles has a higher ceiling the Mitchell trubisky. You can't tell me what after what we saw Nick Foles do in that playoff run in two thousand seventeen that he doesn't give you a better chance to win. Unless Nick foles arm is falling off for or age has really set in in a big way with Foale's we don't know because we haven't been able to watch any preseason games. So we have no idea what's going on in matinees training camps and what's happening behind the scenes, but it's mind boggling to me that they're going to go with the guy who in Mitchell trubisky you know what he is by this point and you know what Nick foles can do. Both of these guys have a low floor. There's there's no question we've seen nick foles when he's not on play terrible football he's not a good quarterback when he's in one of his slumps but when he's hot. There are few that can match nick foles can do when Mitchell trubisky is hot. It's only slightly better than not. So Great Mitchell trubisky what and we just to think about what Nick Foles did in those two playoff games in the NFC championship game, and then in the Super Bowl to do what he did on that stage and the love that his teammates have for him I just it's a it's a very curious decision by Matt. Nagy and the Chicago bears to go with Mitchell trubisky over nick foles but that's the decision they've made I think. Long Story, Short Nick Foles my prediction will start more games than Mitchell trubisky this year when all is said and done nick foles is probably you're starting quarterback not long after the season begins and my guess is if he stays healthy nick foles starts more games than trubisky this year. Because I know the bears aren't really that smart and I know they they sunk a lot into trubisky drafting him when they did. But at some point, you just got to cut the cord move on I i. We don't know what's been going on in training camp at. Nick foles must've looked really bad in training camp for them to go with trubisky over him.

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Pristine Space Rock Offers NASA Scientists Peek at Evolution of Life’s Building Blocks

Innovation Now

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pristine Space Rock Offers NASA Scientists Peek at Evolution of Life’s Building Blocks

"The lab at Nasr's Goddard. Space Flight Center Astro. Biologists like Danny Glavin worked to decode the mysteries meteorites might hold we call it making meteorite T. so we actually we crush a samples up there are a little tiny chips about a centimeter so that we crush into a powder using a mortar and pestle something like the consistency of flour and then we put It in water and seal tube, and we heat it to one hundred degrees C at that point we take the liquid from the pertinent and we extract it and we analyze it using gas chromatography liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry to try to separate all the individual organic components that are in that meteorite. T four glavin meteorites are like history books that fall from the sky and deliver chemical information about the early solar system seems like every meteorite sample that we started we find something unique and different and I think that's what I like most about

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Interview With Danny Cannon On Gotham

Sci-Fi Talk

04:45 min | Last month

Interview With Danny Cannon On Gotham

"Cave. Bite has one of the show runners of Gaza. Danny can. Talk to me at the beginning of season one. What was the visual sensibility in aesthetic that you are trying to get across in Gotham as opposed to the other Batman related projects or you just trying to make this totally different? Well, no, no no. Completely different because you know I wanted to fit into into this great cannon, the work that's been gone for seventy five years. but at the same time might make it contemporary. And at the same time, it's twenty years from from Batman basically. So. We talked about a few things myself in the rights and when we first met and it seemed like everything we had in that first meeting as played out which is. New York in the seventies was was a a brilliant dangerous time like light seventies. Not just because of all the graffiti on trains and the rundown and Harlem, and all these dangerous places that you could go to his fooling down places but culturally, it was really good music films. It was a hip hop star. Know. New Wave. Everything. Would it culturally it was really great. We talked about that law but the talks about the Kennedy in. London. And and the have and the have nots and that industrial revolution age and. That something I wanted to bring into the fact that city that hasn't been gentrified yet is still locked in the past and probably falling down a little bit. So all the sets of design slightly askew with like slightly going down you know like the whole thing is crumbling been held up with good and things like that, and then the last thing we spoke about was rim fairy tales and and the fact that as adult fairy tale element to. To honor the comic book idea of it. And so those three elements thrown together. And then must is to keep your feet on the ground. So it's it feels really reliable. It seems like it also has a color, its own color Palette jet texture that we haven't really seen in other comic book adaptations to now I mean that was just because with all of those influences coming in there are certain gels you caught through. There was a contemporary look we didn't do. We could do a test now bicycler whereas like is this often cars that cars this governed governor it's the same thing as colors and. Trying to get the crews taste and and and the performance tastes into that same thing. It's it's good and it was easier than we thought. You know it's it's quite. Nobody knows what period is if feels comfortable because it feels very familiar. That yet, but nothing sticking out you to to portray that. Theatrical reality that was one of the series executive producers and Danny Cannon, whose asked if Gotham itself as a character in this without doubt. Yeah. Without doubt that's why the show that was very much. Bruno's intentions had to be a character and all the designing I did was was was on that. Was myself in the production. drew for a long time just to get I found myself. It wasn't just drawing the new buildings that wanted to insert into New York will take away the glass buildings out of New York. Older Dickensian style attended the century English buildings It it I I. Drew Skies, and that was I don't know where that came from US listened to music and I'd start during stormy skies everywhere and I was like. That's it that stat stats when I got it was when I I put stormy sky on everything. Now, Gotham is a huge hit on twitter. How do feel about beating every other show on twitter are really Fila get on twitter? Obviously doesn't need me. Yeah right yeah. I think that's wonderful I. You know to be talked about Israeli sometimes even better than watched I think it would be I. I. It's Great. As long as I can promise those nice people that allowed that to happen that the show gets better and better, and there's plenty to talk about are there any character storylines you would like to bring in that you haven't brought in already? We have a great relationship with DC and we sit down with them constantly and Ask about origins of various characters and. It's amazing. How many don't have Origins. Many characters just turned up his bad guys you know in the and so. It's really. We feel on to be able to go back in this. Great. Legacy and and and UH. site. Okay. So how did they turn up like that? How did they have? So. Yeah. Now we're having a lot of fun.

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Nebraska football players suing Big Ten over postponed season

Pardon My Take

00:27 sec | Last month

Nebraska football players suing Big Ten over postponed season

"I just heard that Nebraska players were suing the big ten who is now the big ten is like shitting their pants because documents will be open for discovery, which I would love to see how athletic directors reach a consensus about anything Kevin. Warren, resigned Sir Resign I'm tweeting that every day. Resign reach. Resigns it's spelled the same way that's always very confusing. Sign Resign Dash resigned with Z. resigned

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Damian Lillard leaving NBA campus to have knee examined

The Rich Eisen Show

00:15 sec | Last month

Damian Lillard leaving NBA campus to have knee examined

"And Damian Lillard by the way, the news is that he's leaving the bubble to get his knee checked out. So that's the that's that's it for daily posted a picture on a on a plane today with his family seems to be very happy. To. Be. Right.

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Danni Reches: How to Enrich Your Experience as a PhD Researcher

Papa Phd Podcast

05:11 min | Last month

Danni Reches: How to Enrich Your Experience as a PhD Researcher

"I'd really want Danny to focus on. What's your projects have been you know and? One of them we already mentioned and is quite evident but. Other projects you've been developing besides just your PhD research and the idea is also to see if we can take out of that, how that enriched your experience as a PhD student and how listeners out there could maybe take some some example of that too. Also wherever they are You know find a group of like minded people and also enrich their experience and make it a a richer one and A. How to make their PhD a more diverse experience than just doing their research? That's where I wanted to say. I've been to a lot of different things and this is something my supervisor has warned me for so. Now, a bit more cautious at I'm trying to do it a bit less, but I've been slowed down by the whole situation with corona. Anyway. So I just want that to be a little bit of a warning when I start talking about all the fun things that I did because you definitely have to keep in mind how much a person can do without burning out. By As let me start with w about my love for conferences, especially if they're paid for and abroad. in a way, it allowed me to keep traveling, which is so much love. In, my first year Beastie, I managed to spend three weeks in. Australia where never been before somewhere in the mountains beautiful place. at the form. And there are. A huge conference on different topics with two hundred. Students, not only be as there were just a few these most of them were in. From all over the world is shared my flats with someone from Pakistan right as an Israeli. F from the Philippines ends from South Korea and we went to arts events and I a events conferences about politics about health. All kinds of fields bunket, Moon spoke there prisons of Australia's spoke there I was invited as far as Israel delegation do very fancy dinner with people who worked at important banks and things like that. So this was like the big thing that I was very excited about enemies I might give per station about my research about a Mike Proposal and I got some really useful feedback from people from the field. So this was absolutely great. So in a way, it was a lot of fun at for me. It was free, but it was also different work because I got that feedback that I needed. Has to continue to projects, and then I've also spent some time in Brazil. which was the first time that was really great and I gave myself a few extra days in Rio. also about migration on a learned a lot about migration in the Global South 'cause, I focus very much Europe. And then I've done my trips to Germany for research. So this way, I get to travel been to Cairo in January for sight that have seen a beer minutes. For a conference of the. National Organization for Migration that's connected to the UN. And I presented my research on the bow dare. which was pretty cool and there will so policymakers there which is something I'm very much interested in going into after. Doing. The interesting. So also some networking definitely. And just to see how day spoke about similar topics outside of academia. So these are things that I love doing that definitely projects because you have to apply for these things especially if they involve money right and they need to plan all of your trip started dime and only Gives you a flight ticket place stay but doesn't say anything about the preparation of your actual doc or bolster at the conference. And then there you're also working 'cause you're networking is about your topic trying to get out be volts. Things like that. But for me, it was very motivating. It's It's everything I ever wanted to travel for work right. And besides that, I've always works next to my degrees I am getting scholarship, but it's not enough to survive off. So I'm working also for the center where I study. And they're responsible for organs of guest lectures like getting the guest lecturers in also from countries to speak to our students in English we also have trips for students plans, for example, to embassies here in Israel. So they can see what their options are after the grief. And also conferences and Colloquia. So this way I, really got to learn how to organize the these events and be working on something that's not so much research, but still helps with the network.

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"danny i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

11:04 min | 4 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I thought I was going to go up for a dunk. Maybe I can get get it from behind or file in hard But I mean he got rid of apple also quick and I was just stuck in the middle of it and then I left John. Paxton open play against Pakistan will career in one thing I know about packs is I did not think that shot was gonNA miss and credit. You knocked a big shot down in. That was a that was a very painful loss. It's an interesting played bringing up the thanks. Rian that memory. Look this is what happens when he orden's contemporaries. I they just have to talk about what it was like the loose the Michael Jordan. There's no other subject matter. I mean we could talk about Kobe. Nineteen if you wanted much. It's much less fun But you're right so Michael's not really involved in that play at all. He passes it off to Scotty. And Charles because Scottie plays the four or lot down the stretch of the game so Charles's guarding and Charles tries for the steel doesn't get it in and his lunging toward half court and Scotty immediately. Spins and be lines for the RIM drops it off to horace in Dunker spot. And at that point you have no choice. Because Horace Dunk the ball. So you run it horace and I've always said it's the most underrated part of the play. Horace this crazy spinning back away from the WHO pass on the Button. Paxson for the winning shot. And like you don't think of horace grant is a passer you think of a rugged rebounder interior score a little bit mid range jumper great defender. That is a really really good pass. And it's kind of like that. It's everyone remembers the packs shot. But I'll bet you if you pulled like a hundred. Nba Fans. They would think that Michael drew a double team and passed it to Paxon. It's Scottie two-horse an crazy backward. Pass two pack so that you're right you like you. Just don't think that's the way that plays gonNA unfold. No I mean you know like I said I knew coming out. We didn't want to give up three but your instincts is takeover in those moments of the game. But I did. I mean it was a great pass. No question about it in that wasn't in as nature was not it? I hadn't seen him make asses like that most of his career but he sure did at that time so in the documentary when they bring up that Jordan had heard that jerry krause his GM nemesis loved. Dan Marley and was obsessed with Dan. Marley and that was like part of Michael's motivation for trying to win that finals and go at the end Marley. Did you just sort of like? Did you know that or did you text and more? I don't know if you have Dan Marley's number did you did all the old sons sort of start talking like no wonder. This guy had degraded finals of all. Time individually Michael's ninety-three finals. I think the whole story about Michael's motivation is a little bit overrated in the documentary. Be but other than the fact that if it wasn't Dan morally it was something else. If it wasn't Charles Barkley it was Dan. Marley was nanotubes. Kevin Johnson Johnson. Danny it was. You know Oliver Miller. I mean it Paul. Westfall could like pass by him at dinner. I mean all of that stuff is just that's Micalizzi. It's just it doesn't have anything to do with Dan Marley. But I mean Michael probably he just found a way to invent a competitive edge to keep him at that competitive. Edge motivated win. I'll tell you Barkley rewatching ninety-three Barclay. There was just nothing anybody could do with that guy like horace grant is is all defensive level player. He's very good and it's like automatic crisis double team. When Charles gets the ball in the post against horse like to the point that they bring Scott Williams and in crunch time for a little expert like Charles was just on another level that sees it. I don't know if I when Charles was in shape and like really playing. That dude was an absolute monster and that season the Bulls. Couldn't there was nothing you could do with him in the post it was. It was really astonishing. How powerful and athletic he was. I think Charles is one of the most underrated players in the history of our game. I mean playing with Charles in Phoenix. I mean first of all the guy made me laugh. Jin Nuclear Lap. Every single day. It was such a joy to play with him and he was far from perfect but he was so gifted and You know ninety three was that special year wins. Mvp personally I think it had something to do with playing in the Dream Team. Ninety two realizing like I am as good as everyone of these players and he was also in in the best shape. I think that a career at that moment because he played during summer and spent so much time with the top players in the world and so But he was a joy to play with. He was great. I mean his physical tools. Were good as any power for this ever played and just to put a bow on the ninety three finals. I mean I really had forgotten the Frank Johnson jumper. Then you guys get the ball back your still up to ninety eight ninety. Six and Frank Johnson doesn't want to shoot the same. Almost the same shot materializes for him twice on the next possession. He doesn't take kicks to Marley on the Baseline. Marley's wide open badly. Mrs Along to like I just forgotten. I knew about the Paxton shot. Obviously so I knew you guys closed affords me in game seven but I really forgot how close that was to okay. It's game seven in Phoenix. Like anything like it was it was really you guys should have won the game. Frankly I mean you should have won the game now and those open shots came as a result of them taking the ball. Charles Hands is that right. That's yeah get Charles was automatic. Double Team just Charles had to kick it out and we had to make side they were. They were forcing us to just make an open shot. Could make and it's really. I mean you watch these old games. No one is facing to the three point arc like not even guys you think of as shooters like Kevin Johnson is spacing nineteen feet away for these kiguel passes from Charles. It's like the. Why is the line even there? No one is. There's like one guy on the floor that's even bothering with it. It's really crazy. How bad the spacing was yeah. It was different. It was a different time in percentages. Shot was more important than than the factor of the three of the third point. And so I just think that it took a while. Aj wasn't until like I coach k. j. actually that he started shooting freeze and he started making Mellon became a very good three point shooter in the NBA. And then just like just like so. Many guys growing up without the three point line just took time for us to evolve into recognize the importance of that shot by the way at some at some point in the ninety two finals. You make a three and Marv Albert says Danny Aines has moved in to second all time in. Nba Playoff made threes. I'll give you three guesses. Who Do you think was ahead of you in Nineteen ninety-two for all time? Playoff made threes. I don't was a bird. Nope this is according to Marv. Albert have not fact check marv Albert exact to the day rankings of all time is soon. He's right wow I'll give you a headed. Somebody who faced in multiple finals rhymes GonNa say Michael Cooper. That's who it was. Michael Cooper was number one. All Time and playoff made through it makes sense. 'cause the three only came in seventy nine eighty but like Michael Cooper in ninety two is still like number one all time anyway. Speaking of underrated players. I grew Charles's underrated. We just did this. Top seventy four all time players. Espn DOT COM K. G. came twentieth. Now I have the top. How many seventy four seventy four I I. I think you know this. Is this the seventy four season? I don't know why we did. Seventy Four Cagey came twentieth. Now my gut reaction to that was. That's too low. I haven't researched enough to know who I would leave him over. Dirk is right in front of him. Julius Irving is nearby Moses Malone nearby but I do think KGB is closer to like twelfth than he is to twenty fifth. And I fear that he is going to go down as one of the most underrated players of all time because of how he sort of language did Minnesota Prime Cagey was. I mean twenty five ten and five twenty three ten and five defending legitimately defending one to five. You might be cagey has cases the greatest defensive player of all time. I don't know where you would rank him but I think I think the what if of like if you flipped where they got drafted between Dunkin and Garnet. I would love to see how their careers it played out. I mean Tim has. Tim Is better than Garnett. Ranks higher than Garnett but if Garner had gotten drafted to the Spurs. I would love with with their front office in how they drafted afterwards. I just think he might be the all-time victim of NBA circumstance. I mean there was a time when him and Marbury were together. It looked like those guys. GonNa be you. Know a franchise duo for years and years to come when they were young in Minnesota so it fell apart. There when Steph ended up leaving but You Know Cagey was. I mean such a joy to be around I mean. Forget about the numbers at the numbers When he was in Boston he certainly wasn't at his peak and yet he keeps changed our culture singlehandedly. I mean He. He changed the culture because he gave so much confidence. Everybody else so unselfish. It was all about winning And his versatility his ability to guard one through five his ability to score if you needed him to score and his unwillingness or his willingness. I should say to just share the ball all in ray that Rondo have the bonds hands a lot. I mean Cagey was a consummate team player. And I think he's up there when it comes to top defensive players of all time. I think I would have to put your too young to remember watching bill. Russell play but I would say Bill Russell was the best player of all time in Cagey was is in the running for number two. Were you at game. I believe it was in Utah in two thousand nine when he hurt his knee hurt his shin. I don't remember exactly what you're some tendon. But something. He went up for an hour. You and your season kind of went away with his landing. Were you at Digamma did you. And how quickly.

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"danny i" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

14:27 min | 6 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"What's what what would you guess was the rate of this guy's coughing guessing here because I did not right. Yes but were as much as frequently as every five minutes. Keith. I mean it's crazy too much too much calling it blue flu. I just find it catchier but people have told me it's racist I actually like Wuhan and I'm very interested in it now. I'd like to visit someday except as a Cuban I would never step foot in a communist country okay. These are my tactics a TA. For practicing them. I have believe I may have corona virus anyway. I realized I coughed four times yesterday. But I measured my temp if they among. Okay okay. So I think he's not being an asshole he just generally is an asshole at the corona. Just going you know we see you now right. Can we upgrade this guy to piece of shit? I think shit all right so the trains shore but I think he'd be moving trains all the time. Somebody's always clear throat or doing something. Yeah that's true. The racist part about your guessing traveled unless you go buy luggage with too many stickers just told you breath by everybody fancy bags you know. There's ways you can tell you could smell an international. You guys are travel internationally very often. I can smell it on you. Come on I think you just have to avoid the train Mandy H. Roe definitely why. Why not a not only is this fake but every single listed is ineffective or racists. Here's my new this for you there. You Go Stephanie. Eh. Said you're the ASSHOLE for vaping. I don't understand this. Little public announcement. What are people still hate on the vapors? GimMe a break or the pen chewers. Don't act like you're not one of us you of the oral fixation. I feel like the pen isn't giving me popcorn. Long Dodd strong rights. I call Bs. No improv show draws one hundred fifty. You're just trying to make you feel good well. It sounds like your brothers doing well. Yeah yeah this person's brother is doing a lot better than this person is pretty depressing at. Lisa's person odd Keith. And the girl has this person called his brother and see how he's doing not not enough not enough. I gotTA check it on that Kiddo. But I did so. You guys smelled it right away because you know. I'm a lunatic but I I really did all this stuff. It's not fake but I posted this to the group and nobody knew nobody knew it was me and A lot of people called it fake and they're like this is fake and I just thought it was funny because I was like wow. My personality sucks so much just like no. It's not real ridiculous are you. Like I can't prove it but let's assume it's all real. Yeah Yeah I love this say well now you're not you're not leaving so who cares You know not to go to Improv. Shows now so who cares? You're not even using the subway. So who cares so? Yeah you're good now and I did get called out for the Wu flu and that's racist so I don't say that anymore and I had a Brian Yang on our podcast is in New York comedian and he had this great tweet. Their wet insanely viral. And he said if you guys keep calling it the Chinese virus that we get to call it. The white mass shooting sure. Yeah well I think we still get to call it the white mass shooting and not get to call it. Woo Anything got it. Yeah Okay I didn't know where our buddy Elvis said. Why are we calling those Maga- hats Chinese hats where they come from? I'm not comfortable with that. Shit he just added to the site. Let's see give us another. Ta For uninviting people to my baby shower due to corona virus You're just an idiot. Yeah of course you are. You're an asshole for expecting it to happen. Yeah I I go by headlines. But I'm sure the facts will change my mind. Please continue my baby. Shower is planned for. May night a few weeks ago. I said now invites to route twenty five ladies and was planning separate. Sorry let me say that against may ninth. Okay baby shower right Edwards planning a separate but nearby gathering for the guys and kids with corona virus sweeping the country. I'm coming to terms of the fact that I might need to cut my guest list down to just a few people or consider cancelling it. I've continuing to monitor the situation closely. WanNa make health and safety are priority. One Second House on top of it closely. She turned the TV on like we all did. She's on top of closely. She's a scientist for an uncle between her and her doctor. Nephew the really fucking case. Someone called Jared Kushner share the information you turned on the TV the way you check the weather map shut up. Everyone say that I think you're so every what is said some shit like this. You're not monitoring monitoring together and I understand. You can't just go one source of news so all my friends different sources of news. We combine it. We call Dr Fouled. She's cousin and we to the bottom of what's happening right now. I go to a news. Aggregate website this many different. I'm anyway so she says. I'm monitoring the situation but selfishly. I'm very sad at the thought of having to cancel my special celebration. Would I be the asshole? If I uninvited some people and kept it to just a few very close friends and family members now is not the asshole because you're debating between only those options Manina. No she could tell which one of her friends is not only corona virus infected but ovulating and live. So you don't know how well she knows her friends. You don't know the bond that women have and that baby that gives you ESP. For a while. I don't know if you guys know that like it's it's when they say it's a special time and like you watch people get pregnant over and over again after being in so much pain and labor. That's because you get special magical power. It's Saddam now. Everybody wants to be uninvited. You fucking idiot an asshole to the people. You didn't uninvite people don't get it. They just they fought. They fought for so. My Dad is a fighter. My Dad was I mean Three days ago I was yelling at a dad. You gotTA stop playing. He likes pickle ball. Pickle ball is no. It's like tennis for people. Over the age of seventy it's played with a giant paddle and the balls wiffle ball. It's like you literally play like crouching halfway down my Gra- anyway he's like I need to play pickle ball and my mom is like you're endangering me you're exposing me to the pickle ballers and he's fighting us and then finally one of them got. Kerr virus and he's like alright. I go so we'll play seriously. Yeah it took it took it took someone in the community getting it for cave. Oh Wow okay. I think that is what it's taking. And now they finally started showing bodies on the news and I say finally because I feel like well you know in bags and stuff but You know they're being mass. Well what do you call it produced But I think you know in theory. People can't hold that a pandemic is what it is until you see some of that stuff and I I I was like how come you're not showing us the freezers of people and you know the mass graves that they're building and stuff like that and I think maybe it'll scare some people inside. I figure hundred percent right. I think people like I. It's not a big deal and then they'll say that until lay personally know someone it's like a I dunno it's just abstract but I think you're right. They should do more of that to scare people. It's very hard to process especially with you. Know the different News outlets that people watching some people just watch twitter me But it's it's just it's too much while the president is saying one thing and scientists are saying others and what's God saying and churches are trying to stay open. Which leader are you going to listen to without panicking anyway? Who Else is an asshole? Every everybody's waiting to cancel your thing and by that I mean nobody gives us shit. You're not even on their fucking calendar anymore. All right. Can you imagine I get a fucking folk only go? Hey you're still on the list. You better be here idiot. Why don't you care about my baby that I'm having people answer some of these Danny that this is not a list under that goes fuck off? Fuck you Diana ditch. People aren't as angry as you. Keith all right you know. Just can't Stephanie. Andro just cancel it. Get over yourself stormy as why ta now and and saw what you saw. She said no assholes here but since it isn't for a couple of months you might just consider letting people know that you are monitoring the situation keep monitoring it. Yeah Yeah let me know then called New York one ridiculous. Only people are getting you. I don't know I feel like you're being very harsh about this. But was there a moment where you had out or were you instantly on board for all this? Yeah I was on board. You know. You knew it was news Somebody came into our studio that happen to have a cold. Oh boy and we're like Oh. This is a weird timing so it was a little nervous then and then over the weekend can deny decided we go remotely. Yeah but the thing is is. I could understand the trickle into it. I can understand people deciding you know. This is the day that I decided and a different day for other people until they say it's a pandemic and until they say this is what a pandemic means and the fucking government is asking you to stay home and trying to bribe you with very little money. But I don't so where's the point where you didn't hear yet that it's a pandemic and said. Hey Siri what the fuck does that mean right? And if you're planning I'm going to assume if you're planning your the what do you call this stupid fucking thing. Maybe shower this baby shower. You guys can help speed it up faster. I wouldn't have to think out loud so you WanNa have this baby shower so much. I guarantee you're going outside. You're one of these people once you go outside nowadays because I was out on my toilet paper not to Brac you. You know you F- You feel like an asshole. If you're not wearing a mask you also you start over like if you went grocery shopping. Don't you feel you start over now? I can get it from here right right once. You realize the whole situation that you are looked at like an asshole. If you don't have a mask that's the end of your fucking girl Dumb Shit. What's it called again? Baby shower deliberately waited on that. Yes they did they did. I was actually booked on a show arose. Show at Your Comedy Club. Like right the day Broadway close. They're just like there's no Broadway and I was like. Hey Man. I don't think I'm GonNa do this like Shitty show that doesn't matter Potentially die or potentially contaminate everyone at the show and He was like no no. You need to do it and I was like all right all right. I'll do it. I mean it was a roadshow too so I felt like I looked like a coward and then the show ended up being cancelled like right at the last minute so I actually goes like right on the border line of the day people realize which is like a third first Thursday in March. I think people started that. I really fought for our the annual standup show. What do we do it? Live and surprise. Only the first ten people that bought tickets are in and then we spread them out very far and then things just kept getting scarier and scarier that. That's that's even silly to do while supplies more than ten tickets were than refunded A. That was a fun day click. Are you sure you WANNA REFUND? Do I tell some people? They can't come to the south. Yeah you seem you. You went to Italy last year. Why don't you stay home? Danny sniffs you you are so this was kind of interesting because you guys do an April fool saying April fool's Action Act now. April's was April. Fools is always cancelled for me but this year I was like all you saw was April fools was canceled on twitter and facebook and stuff and I woke up this morning. I said if anyone April fools me today they're out of my life I cannot anymore this is I mean. It's not on brand with what I want in my life and then this is just the nail the hammer those things. But you guys won't do it any year you've never you've never done like a keith. And the girl April Fools Prank. Now my brother does it on me and I cry. Yeah and then he regrets it and then Keith is like why are you doing my sister? 'cause THEY USUALLY. Michael includes Keith. Also because it's usually a prank our business L. O. L. O. L. O. L. Right you just lost all your money's. Yeah he did that. I got a good one for you guys. I think this is a lot of fun. You should announce next April fools. You're changing the name of the show to girl and Keith. That's fine but people would love that they would let it. Then you just keep it. Yeah you know what Don Thank you. WanNa try it as a joke in case it takes so this one is ait for wanting to do an April fool's prank on behalf of my company. I worked for a yes. Sorry one second yes. Okay go ahead. Yeah I work for small textile would do your show Danny but it's like if I hosted be five minutes long I would. I would release that. You just go yes.

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"danny i" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Episodic something In animation formed just to like fuck further with your brain with all the Catholicism and your dad probably at some point we're GONNA learn knows how to fly so might as well make it animated we're featured in two articles that just came out vulture magazine article called comedy. Podcast stay home Were mentioned right away about keeping it going during these tough times right yeah superheroes. I don't have time. Nurses don't have time for interview. So we're the ones keeping it going right and you can look up also authority magazine. He Mellon Kinda from Keith. And the girl here are five things you need to know to create a very successful podcast and actually to tell you guys. The truth is six things but they like to focus on the number five and so we snuck it in there and check them. Everyone's a trickster. It's all right there that was on. Everybody knows on medium DOT com. Which I think is a big deal. It's a big deal. Yeah Take that Horny magazine. Under medium DOT COM. It's very exciting. We didn't talk yet about Bernie Sanders dropping out. My God. I heard that news and it broke me and I don't even know how involved in politics Damn but man. I did not know how much in love I was with him. I didn't know how much hope I had because of him and I took a stress nap. I'm not even kidding you because I I you know the sound stupid to say but I don't understand a country who votes for gibberish. Talking Maroon bags I don't understand when a guy is fully honestly in just so clearly on your side and you go no not you. I don't know how to put that together. It's too good. I'm telling you how it's too good. Why would you want everything so good right now? We want to Kinda Shitty just a little better but over time. Nice and slow. It's God maybe I sound like a hippie. But it's just what did he say. I mean these other two clowns their quotas fucking horrendous I in quotes. What did he say? That turned you off what sentence. I don't remember him going you know. Let's give this to people and I go for what for. What are you even saying. I have multiple times..

"danny i" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Just that's right that's right. This is the BBC. My Dad says it. Oh how convenient yep he kicked you out on. Independence Day and here. We are in Good Friday stab stab Bingham or crucifying him right. Here's the description. The hosts with Tendon Keith. A with him. Keith gives the audience a quick summary of his dad. Is the mega saga continues with Dave Hill? And Chris Goes Back. Kinda sums up the history of the data emails and dead tells catch. She should bugger off. Keith comes clean that there's Keith approve. He loves him. Threatens taking keep. The court tries to turn Keith Against Handa. Tries to make Keith FO- bad for hurting his mother and tries to make Keith. Feel even worse for letting down. God this was some email. Keats starts a new email threat to ask his dad. How he's doing with Jake Florus and Alex attack. Despite Keith revealing the shocking truth cat still sends Father Molly. Another email quote one more for Old Times Sake. We'll keep an his dad. See each other in person ever again with Kyle Thompson and Laura Regan Museum manager and trained historian. Historian Noah looks back at Father. Molly's past namely his so called work in magic. The articles are laughable shocking and scary about the great doctor. Doctor Doctor Professor Reverend Mike o'malley Esp. Scholar also keeps that can see the future and then back to just the condemn myself. A look that's also a linguistics expert. Also Dad reaches out. How are you doing in this cove? Nineteen Environment Keith. Response keys all of that in in just what one season or an episode in the season. This is some sick shit and lock on you. Could you could start at the beginning. Serving makes sense to you at slash dad like we said but just just a you get a grip of what we're talking about if you're new. This is Keith. Talking about cat fishing his dad pretending to be his ex wife. I don't know how to see that statement and for people to go. Yeah got it. You don't need to repeat that. Hit that rewind button or just go straight to K T G DOT COM Slash Dad. This is this should be like a netflix..

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"danny i" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

07:05 min | 6 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on Probably Science

"To the drawings of the whiskers moving based on emotion clenching the whiskers go back when you're feeling pleasure and they go forward with their feeling pay as well so I mean the the. This looks a lot about the ears also. Yeah yeah the years are moving a great deal but we all knew that we always knew that ears means alertness. Probably fear right. Yeah we've always on this. Yeah look at that and look. Oh Oh oh look at this last this last one yet with the joy and it's got the little th- Oh and shows the arrows shows where things go you see. Choi on here is joy if you go to the third of the if you click underneath it's the third one and it's got arrows. Aware things are going. Oh is it but convulsing that's interesting so it says here. In this article the main benefit of discovery of mouse facial expressions is that it is now possible to identify mechanisms giving rise to emotions. This is previously a problem without the reliable measurements of emotions. It's been difficult to study that origins in the brain we. Humans says Dole Snack. Who's the study's lead author? We humans made notice a simple facial change in the mice but we can only recognize the emotion behind it with a great deal of experience and can hardly evidence of innocence determine its intensity with our ultimatum face recognition system we can now measure the intensity nature of emotion on a time scale of milliseconds. Compare it to the neuronal activity and relevant brain areas. One such brain area is the insular cortex which is associated with emotional behavior and the perception of emotions in animals and humans. So so I guess they can. They can use this to in various ways simultaneously study which neurons firing in the brain at the same time. As you're looking at a mouse's face and detecting whether it is tasting something unpleasant or pleasant and scared or not scared so if I can get one of these machines does it mean. I can in an appreciable way improve my relationship with my mouth. Yeah I think so. I think you can really make some breakthroughs. It's good I feel like he's been distant. Tell you this. I don't think you need this stupid machine. I think you could tell your mouth. Fields of basic instinct basic. Yeah the Nice always made it. I mean I don't know that when you had mice couldn't you tell when the mice mouse like sometimes to be affectionate sometimes whether it was like you could tell? I don't think I don't think I was a good mouse owner. I'm going to be honest with you. Danny I don't think I did enough petting all playing with this mouse to be able to. I remember my playing identify a range of emotions. Well my friend Lily in had a pet rat or mouse. I'm trying to remember witch for forever and that but that thing was like trained very they were they were buddies and then my friend is a Kid. Chinchilla and I think a bunch had mice. I felt like they had like you know personalities. You did have pets yourself. Danny or did you have. We had we had a little. Noah's Ark going. We always have to of everything so we had like two dogs. Two cats two birds We had a tortoise. Lived for like forever We Tortoise what else we just roll around the back yard or was it. An indoor tortoise or hunted work So it was my dad. I mean he's back in the day before nine eleven. He was in up in Virginia. He he went to California for something somebody who was like. Oh do you want this baby tortoise and so he literally said like he slipped it in his pocket took it on a plane and brought it back to us and then this tortoise grew to be like massive huge tortoise. Go through like a head of lettuce a day. Maybe two huge tortoise and so during the winter it hibernates so during the winter we would bring it inside and it would live in. It's a little thing and like Kinda come out but for the most part just like sleeping. It's little area but then during the Spring and summer my dad built like a little pen for it and it would it would roam around and it's a little pen outside curious. The person who gave this to your dad was he an old Asian gentleman and a Curio Shop. Did it come with any stipulations? About how be honest? It's one of these stories. Where like you know. It's a kid you dad like shows up. And he's like he's like. I snuck this tortoise on a plane. Toya's you're like all right and the you get the more you're like what happened. What what what do bats poker game but we loved? The Tortoise Tortoise was great and it was very sweet and you could pet it it would let you It would let you like new. It would let you pet under its Chin like stick its head out. They don't ever bite but they're not snapping anyway that they don't get agitated or rating up. I I mean it'll do. It's little tortoise. Hiding thing and it bites eats lettuce and we eat lettuce really snaps down but it was very sweet towards asked me. We were its owner. Siedle loved us. Our neighbors our next door neighbors. When I was a kid had a pet tortoise that would escape with alarming regularity. Well I didn't WanNA is so famously. Slow moving the number of times we get a ring on the doorbell and go like is he in the garden. Izzy annual garden. Now well I I'll tell you. I didn't want mentioned as part of the story but Maggie. The Tortoise Ran Away Maggie. We never found her. She got out of the penguins. Could we could have. We searched the. We'd like acres woods behind my house and we like search the woods. We couldn't find her. She's out and we made. This is live for a long time. Maggie could still the out that very happily roaming the woods of Virginia. She for sure. Isn't she know? Survival instincts. Hibernation works in the wild. Gosh I think she's probably very very dead. We were really hoping I think we were gonNA donate her to zoo at some point because she was getting so big we were like we can't take care of this thing really if you buy something that has a longer life span than you. You're you're just burdening your descendants at a certain point you know side. Have you seen tiger king at this point by the way we I? I'm only halfway through it right now. I've watched I've watched all of it. I watching on Netflix Party. Which if you haven't tried that yet as a reasonably decent plugging browser plug in that. Lets you coordinate? Watching things on Netflix with friends So I'm currently watching it with amongst others friends of the show ceremony nick..

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"danny i" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:20 min | 7 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on WJR 760

"Not someone we get to talk to all the time Danny I alone is joining us on the phone today he's here in Michigan Danny is an Israeli diplomat columnist a politician who served as deputy foreign minister was the Israeli ambassador to the United States from two thousand until two thousand and six and has served as a senior foreign policy adviser to several prime ministers Danny thank you dress on the part of the special thank you Karen it's a real pleasure yeah so you're out you're here to talk about your organization the truth about Israel I can you can you tell our listeners about about the organization yes well first of all it's great to be back at the great state of Michigan and Detroit and land seeing your many friends here all rights are also I'm not just here to impart information but also to take away your a really great community is diverse communities and how friendly relationship are among the different communities in a truck you know we are in a troubled area in the Middle East I wish we could use some off your intelligence in your conduct here so the truth about Israel a kid in the trying to really educate and to express the real desire also is ready for peace unfortunately we do not always get a fair information or figure fuel and you know it's a complex area each complex situation so what I've tried to simplify the thing so the truth about these were really simplifies things just tells about very very sixty three about the historical facts and what makes the the region behaves it is and of course expressing some may ways that we can we move forward and to have a real peace with peaceful coexistence among the people of the Middle East which is really what we need to and there's so much misery specially in the Arab world and any cooperation between there Israel and the countries and more and more use a owned a reward of corporation is going to have to bring the entire region of the Middle East abreast with the rest of the world so the truth about Israel and yeah given thank you for for bringing it up a we have a website all the information is there and it's very easy to to access this information the truth about these were dot O. R. G. dot yeah and I hope there the more seats and of course can send us through the website any questions any loads of Asians and we always are very responsive to that so as you make your way around the state today you're you're gonna go you're headed up to lance and I understanding of talk with lawmakers you're gonna get to some of the universities to talk to educators what what is the message that you bring that Mr way to sort of simplify for our audience what that what the key issues are that that need to be addressed yes well I think the main messages that Israel has always wanted peace and we have already proven that you know we have a piece with the major Arab countries Egypt for forty years with Jordan we have now better and better relations we said Goss countries other main main that Sony their countries and I believe that with the help of the international community urging Kerr the Palestinians to come to the table we would very much like to talk about everything we'll always be ready for painful compromises and conceptions were still doing that and you know Israel you use a very small country and we were of the only Jewish state in the world surrounded by twenty two Arab countries is fifty seven Muslim countries and we really have relations of good relations with the most of them also against all odds you know where we came and the you know where is was not very ritual for natural resources and we had to make do with what say we have and I think we've done a tremendous job is what today's one of the strongest economies in the world of high tech start up nation and of course we are very much a happy to to court later incorporates a joint ventures for the region you know it at the middle eastern today is rich with oil occurs scare city Forder and two today is what is the first and the foremost country in the world of reclaiming water off recycling water and this is what we want to do so were we very much here to extend business relations between Michigan and the state of Israel as looking at the economy here there's a lot of compatibility between the the the Michigan industry and high tech in his ruler I am also very honored to a the host of the year hi Mister marker dove itself which is really has done so much for Michigan four Detroit for the state of Israel and this is wonderful to be here and justice standing on that giants shoulder and take you to the next level how do you feel president trump is doing in his efforts to bring peace to the Middle East well I would say you know without getting into politics and I know that this is a very high in the season and politically and I just was listening to your injury before and about that the federal credit debate last night so of course it's not for me to intervene but they're trying to be objective I would say that the trump to claim is not much different than plans that have been presented so far the principle is the same principle of partition that means a Jewish state which we have and H. R. upstate depend policy mistakes and in this is the same principle that has been all along presented by the international community of course the details are a little bit different what I appreciate about the claim that it is very realistic and very balanced because he truly gives for the first time Israel a defensible borders and this is very important for you to keep the peace so they will not be any temptation for attacks in the future as we have experienced in the past so we hope there that the Palestinians will step up we are waiting for them and it's only through negotiation and through a respected off one another it is we can move forward yeah I'm sure with a very divisive Jerry and our election process and you don't want any anymore divisiveness is it what you're trying to do well I'm I'm glad you're in Michigan and I I hope you do well while you're here and that you come away with some win win for Michigan an Israeli with the business and economic efforts in in anything that can be done to bring peace to the region thanks for address on the part of you specially we appreciate you give us some time thank you so much give and it's a pleasure to be on your show and I hope you'll end to any of your viewers to come to Israel they will I can guarantee they will feel at home there thank you very much I appreciate that let's check traffic.

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"danny i" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

08:31 min | 8 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Were throwing shit at us so without without further ado we would like you guys to sit back. Take a listen to Dr Daniel Smith and Dr Danie domain from voice dentistry. So you could be paying one company to send reviews to Google and facebook and all that you might be paying another company to poignant reminders you could be paying a third company possibly to be doing interoffice communications and you might even still be scanning paper into your practice mentioned software. Dude you need to take look at yourself man. Yuppie can do all these things for you with one low price. If you haven't taken a look at the things that you can do for your office by streamlining almost everything your front desk. Does they save you money and time you need to go check them out at dental hacks dot com slash Yuppie. That's why stop paying a bunch of different places a bunch different money when Yappy can do the whole darn thing for you Yuppie. It's a funny name but it serious software dental hacks nation welcome back to another another interview segment day two of voices of dentistry. Twenty twenty joining me as always my stalwart companion Dr Jason Lipscomb Shea Ellipse chopping on nets. Yeah that's what I've heard. It was like that spike. You GotTa do. I never saw that come out. You know for sure joining us. We have Dr Daniel Smith Howdy and we have Dr Danny Domain Danny. How you doing good man really good Danny? So Cassini yeah exactly. This is the first time on the pot. I'm wondering myself. How did that happen? You know when I first met you is at the practice on fire and yeah show. That's right And you asked It was funny listening to podcasts. Pretty religiously back then in the elevator floor. Five and I was kind of stunned I was like meeting voice. Sounds really familiar in my buddy. Patrick Breezy was an elevator with me. and He's like that's Alan. Oh my God it's so funny that funny maybe four or five years ago. Cleanest podcast fame. Because here's the thing I didn't know Danny domain was the danny domain. That's like Holy Shit. Look what he's doing like you were fan blowing me a little bit. I'm totally embarrassed that that happened because you were like such a clinical rockstar. I'm like embarrassed as Jay tire. Entire career in podcasting is like no no no seriously. You're going to be disappointed when you are going to be super disappointed. So stop with this. Okay but no Danny welcome show and Daniel has been on. He's been on Multiple Times Act. Infrequent you're sort of you're sort of irregular regular people you are on the Alameda experience too. I want one of my one of my favorite episodes because you talked all about your experience in the military. We really good listen. I'm going to put that in the show very good. Listen so what do you guys think about voice dentistry twenty twenty you digging it the fourth version. Yeah Yeah I mean. It's not all down but really what is nothing nothing. You're you're five or going back everyone's GonNa get rooms on the outside. There will be no inside. Rooms of leaving. Highway is like the hunger games. Yeah every five years we gotta go back this you know one was murdered collectively probably as far as we know we didn't hear from them. One thing about Tennessee was the waffle houses way closer. We're closer that's for sure. Wait Tennessee we have walked out exactly every exit but exactly I know Easter West asked what kind of feel like I could live in Tennessee. I'm serious I'd be way heavier than I am already but happy Josh Talk. Happiness Fan happy waffle house. I'm just saying Louisiana Dan's place. I've not Well also ways to go get fat now. Okay so so Danny. This is interesting so back. Kim Lake Two thousand five. I took a course with your uncle of photography. Course and I think it was always. LSU related He was because I was was a big guy in in. Your uncle was so I I've known him for a long time. And and what a great course and they did. They took us out to eat at. I don't remember where it was amazing. It was definitely like they wanted to show off some Louisiana style cooking. It was good when I when I got there. I felt like I was a An eight Hollywood movie that was depicting a southern setting. You're like you walk into this patient right man. This is straight out of central casting talk so yeah concert going in the main square though we went to that that's pretty cool. I I went to. I went Louisiana. took the course. I was doing a lot of geocaching at that time and I really wanted to get A. Go cash in the state of Louisiana. And I found one close by and as I walked in it was like kind of near near a bridge. And I'm like I think Louisiana probably has a lot of snakes. Michigan didn't have a lot of snakes. I never found geocaching Louisiana exercise to steer I was worried about takes in Louisiana so under the bridge flipped over exactly exactly so. Yeah Danny. Welcome to the show. Thank you about how you doing good business over there at the ID have the goal. Here was to come in and rob as much as I can in podcasting. I'm brother the the the lectures have been great. So we're going to work on a much poorer program next so we can do more podcasting we. This is by far the best of the best lineup. We've had the Atala denigrates. Oh yes yeah. And then Josh Awesome. Yeah you're the best thing that happened to me day actually is it so I had I got burleigh because I was going to work out my introductions Mike and for Josh and I come in and I'll say to Mike makes us you might if I play this. And he has his great recording of the of the prefight fight. You know the the in basically he said. You don't really have to introduce me so I didn't introduce him and then like twenty minutes later. Do you mind if I introduced Josh. And I think he is is me Lake Natoma. Yeah great less I have to do. I'll just sit and drink coffee. Thanks yeah pictures. Queued up. Yeah that'd be awkward if you had had introduced the no. That's a good point. That's a good point so Best Vinnie though for. Yeah this this venue is better than I mean. Accepting Tennessee of course is but you know this. This is where we're doing next year too so this is where it will be happening I think this this venue is better than ones we've had before had better lineup. We've the food is amazing. Here comes back to that and I think we've got a really good lineup of exhibitors and stuff too so I'm pretty happy with it just like that much difference laundry. Yeah Yeah I mean yeah just under. Yeah Oh no here comes trouble us. Just actually hit Danny with a Yuppie puppy. uh-huh that really just happened just so we know and sort of Yuppie puppy. Yeah we'll just leave that alone that's good but he's got a fireball taps. Yeah he does really does it. Look shockingly full which must that must have not been the first one. I'm thinking that's been reloaded. Yeah I know things are getting. Maybe we're having like podcasting wars Moody's so much. This is going to distance on talk on. Things did not go. Yeah this is yeah. Moody's got the skill set this thrown out of the place. I love it so Danny I was hoping to have you on to hear. I want you've told me the story. I've heard this story. I might have heard the story on the outliers. PODCAST CAST. But you're training was like nothing I've ever heard before like when you got our dental school you found it was in New York was was you were in some kind of crazy Z.. Residency Brooklyn New York. I WanNa hear about that so I got into Brito hospital than they. Normally Crane was the guy that started the residency program in he One of the anchor implants. He was real good friends with lenny linked cow just to kind of like a pioneer back. 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"danny i" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"danny i" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Actor Danny I yellow has died falling from the death of my mother he starred in the nineteen eighty seven movie moonstruck with share but it was his role as the owner of sal's pizzeria in spike Lee's do the right thing to years later that earned him an Oscar nomination for best Supporting Actor others on the wall your own pleasure to what you want in twenty fourteen I yellow spoke with CBS news about his autobiography he said he found it easier being someone else than being himself I have no idea who I am when I'm playing a character I know exactly what I'm going to say who I am where I came from and the life is a lot easier life that I am I was born in Manhattan and moved to the south Bronx seven years later his agent says he overcame incredible odds to become one of our great actors Danny I yellow was eighty six years old CBS news special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez I hazel park can harbor would use radio nine fifteen Hey W. W. E. news time eleven eleven the countdown is on for Christmas and many people still have not done their shopping due to financial woes comma Peters president and CEO of Michigan legacy credit union says no matter how many shopping days are left start with the budget if you know what you have to spend or what you want to spend on each person and then you make that way that will be your starting point and I think most people will find they actually spend less money over the holidays if they stick to the list and they stick to the by J. Peter says you can always plan a gift of service after the holiday if you've already exceeded your budget a former member of this nadir administration is going to work for the city of Detroit mayor Doug announced today Nick Corey will be the city's new group executive for jobs and the economy he will start January first in a statement Corey who was this a treasure when former governor Snyder was an office says he believes completely in the work the mayor is doing to bring jobs and opportunity back to the city getting a local labor peace agreement before getting a marijuana license it is the latest a lawmaker battle over pot in Michigan we get the story from WWJ Lansing bureau chief Tim's go back the word more administration says it is considering this rule but would link a license to sell or deliver marijuana to getting a local so called labor peace agreement with the local union the Republicans absolutely hate the idea end this chairman of a regulatory committee says it's really like the mob seeking protection money from the business owners so you think this is analogous to the mob offering you peace if you will give us money very nice business you got here the same something happened to it I believe that well it's easy I'd like to start a business here well you can't without signing these these labor agreements and drew Brees rose says that analogy to the mob simply does not fit he calls it a stretch reporting from Lexington creek W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty we'll check out sports coming up with Tony or tease in two minutes ready for the cozy as Christmas ever get told maybe for up to sixty percent off everything that's right the entire store is on sale including mix and match jingle Jimmy's infested prints for the whole family from eight Bucks an adult sweaters from twelve Bucks but hurry like the holidays this deal will last get up to sixty percent off the entire store.

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"danny i" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"danny i" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Very good Danny I'm working trying all right next up at seeking the buddies over at seatgeek you need tickets to concerts sort of Football Game Abou- Answer I said Concert Concert Baseball playoffs coming up or you WANNA go Broadway play get your play on or whatever we WanNa do you get it through their interface I find it very easy to use it's my only after I used to buy tickets to be honest I may go to Chicago soon and I might hit up Kogo bears game because they'll be there a week I don't know I don't know who they're playing but I know they're at home that'd be when you get there till Mitch trubisky throw touchdown please it'd be nice yeah I'll let him know but they have over fifty thousand five-star reviews on their APP that's a lot that's the lot but yet it has this interactive map where it shows you like where seat is what's a good price what's bad price if it's like red or dark red maybe stay away if it's dark grain cop Dat Coptic quick good price shout all right but seek will give you ten dollars off your first seek purchase owing to do is use our Promo Code which is basement but download the APP and then use the Promo Code Baseman at checkout for ten dollars off your first purchase right pace go buy some takes next we have and lastly we have a buffy buffy makes betting that is earth friendly in cruelty free I wanna say this right now so usually what happens with full disclosure they sent me a blanket okay buffy blood this plane yeah me too and I I don't know so it has stuff here that I'm supposed to read but I'm not really GonNa do it okay so after then cotton it is very soft earth friendly I wouldn't have known but it that's Nice and it's it's Eucalyptus Oh you ten times less water than Condo grow on its fiber produce using recyclable earth friendly solvency come on the world by going to sleep comedy but one thing I wanted to say that it says somewhere over here oh no more nights let's get cozy without overheating that's the biggest thing about this blanket dude I'm a sweaty free and I haven't sweat since I got my buff the buffy blanket stays cool like the entire time yeah which I don't know how but I'll take it I was like Yo to the point where literally this is not a joke I just bought their pillows he did ooh and I didn't even hit a buffy on on the like Yo slide me some free stuff I actually bought with what Promo code which is coming up right now for twenty dollars off your buffy comforter because you can they have a comforter which is what we're talking about we got the blanket the comforter very nice the market for a.

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"danny i" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"danny i" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Welcome to the right time. My name is Bomani Jones. Thanks for listening. Where have you get your cash. We appreciate it raiders. This viewer give us five stars. You only give us four stars. I'm inclined to believe you are hater. It is that time a week where we have a guest on and the way I have always described as gentlemen when I talk about rap on twitter and the legs is just WanNa. Do is rap his ass off like a natural born rabbit. His name is Danny Brown was going on a eh a your voice is always so interesting to me right because it goes to these different places that UNLV we're talking about. You said Your Voice like play the trumpet yet. I mean rap wise. I learned how could I do. I got good kind of you know and then stuff so as to give me the Solos and when I used to get the Solos you know it's all like Improv. I didn't really know what I would play and I would. Just you know you you know this jazz it up so when I started rapping I guess subconsciously just riding beats. I I never really tried to go with the normal tempo. Would it was a rhythm. I would try to find like trumpet. Solos be able to weave in and announcing change it up. Keep it interesting for the listener in some sense for you like. When did you really get serious about rap. I never learned how to rap which is weird thing I guess but no people like burn talent type of thing our guests but I guess I pray took it super super serious guest pry after high school but growing up growing up in Detroit Trey it was it was a We never had like outlet kind of like you know if you lived in. La or New York or or even know Houston. You know it's like a scene. Where are you can like or you. Can you even have somebody that you can reach out to like music. Was the catcher buzz like you know if Jay Prince George's right. You know what I'm saying. You can crack it wasn't I didn't have that outlet kind of you know so I had to come to New York. I had to go to. La and ahead so I guess after high school and stuff you know in they were gonNA. Try to be into the street stuff that don't work out. You know it's interesting here. You talk about like they're not being outlet. In Detroit from a distance Detroit seems to have this really full and Kinda robust and diverse sorta hip hop scene right and one that has like more white dude's related you you would think that Ben from like the motown stuff and all that but I think it changed after eminem really. I remember that I can remember before before eminem music. It was no it was not like it was no record label. Nothing era was in like a throbbing rap scene. I mean underground ground hip hop wise to open mics like what slim village and then was doing. You know what I'm saying. It was a scene in that but you know that wasn't really like like I can't say that wasn't million cents because I've grown up in it and you know that was something that super influenced me but I knew I was something kind of different in it because I I liked it white stripes in the Detroit Garage rexine right and I liked it. The liked it. My Dad was a house. Dj so I grew grew up with the technology with modified hundreds of playing while I was so I had a very vast musical knowledge more so than just being ramp Rhino. I know right and it's interesting to me about a tweet like he'll get lantis. Scene has descended those become a little different with Atlanta now is it's a real like come as you are. Be who you are sort of situation where Detroit like I finally citizens got number black people wall to wall like there's nobody telling you what it is that you are and are not supposed to be on the outside looking in there could be like that because I think a lot of our musicians that you know became successful. They were always eclectic in ways you know right but in actual actual city is a scene. That's been going like you know everybody has the street rap scene and nets more popular back like I can walk around and have no. That's why I love living in in Detroit like if I lived in New York probably have a hard time just hanging out with them but when I'm at home no one gives you know what I'm saying their day more into debt like those rappers can't probably go outside and enjoy yourself right and I look at it like man if his one place you wanna be comfortable injury as it should be home. You know so. I'm I'm kind of blessed with that that people back home kind of I don't know maybe I'm older so he kinda got me like a like uncle. Danny I answer. They don't look at me like I'm like dude. You make you make yourself out to be doing the world. I don't think you older than me. I couldn't cut it out. It'd be oh great. I turn thirty eight March. I'll casey s still got you. I got you guys you buy a few months. Put Out Avocado all six years ago and I was like Dan you trying to say no yeah but because I was my I I mean I might not put up with whose goal was called triple-x relax but it was really caught thirty and I 'cause. I didn't get a record deal till I was thirty. You know what I'm saying so I was playing with age a little bit but all the actual the title oath doesn't really mean my age. You know right with that. It was more so talking about going back to old fashioned form of how I do music insuring people where I'm going now at that time right. You know have progressives in at that time I was going with it. I want to go back to you talking about like decide decide. You're going to get serious about this after high school because I know you've done a little time. You came out and you're like look. I got to figure out you know what I'm GonNa. Do this and you ever Ravin. You said that you know you knew you had to go to New York or you knew you had to the GO-TO. La and that seems like a real courageous undertaken at that point in life just to be like okay. I'M GONNA go and make this work. So what was that like for you when you first decided all right. I'm about to go to New York. Oy In figure out how to make stuff that happens for you like I had a at the time I had put like a local you know made a local rep album and and the the people working with they had went to New York and just you know just hanging on New York but they went up to like the devops universal building or whatever and they made it somebody they played in my music and he was like Oh and they let them in the building and they went to Rockefeller play again. Anr's liking in whatever they wanted to meet me so that that right there like little things like that will give you that push right to be like maybe I could do this. You know so the next time they had me come out. You know nothing really flourish out of it. I will say but I learned a lot going through that right because I've had a I had a pipeline in some sense like I could just be like at home in Detroit. Kim like scramble up on three hundred dollars and get a greyhound ticket go to New York and they put me in the studio making mix tape and a weekend so a lot of my Detroit state of mind mix tapes. They were like weekend. Can you know a lot. I would do a lot of writing before I went out to New York and start recording but most of those are like two three mix tapes. You know what I'm saying right like. Did you have a moment on those early. Things like I know early in my career. Would this something that happens. You be like Yo. This thing broke. I'm glad to be famous in like three weeks right. Did you go baggage. Agate is like yeah yeah. I think the coolest thing for me. What made me feel like that. I mean nothing really. Maybe because I'm like I said. I didn't really get a regular thirty so I was already like I was already broken about to whatever I'm doing this but I don't really have the. I don't know if this ever work but I think when I was in jail and I was really cool with this one. CEO and he will come and he was he was he was a rapper too and he was you know when musings of you know we were talking about music but on weekends when he will work he will come. Get me for my floor and let me come down to where where he was at and it'd be like you know because it's kind of like on Saturdays. It's kind of like a lot of stuff is going like you know when you get locked up. They send you to prison. I and if you got like a big case or something you have to stay in a preschool all weekend to you be able to go to court on Monday to be to be able to go to the county. You know what I'm saying so on the weekends not much happening so we bring me down. I would clean up down there and he let me go on the Internet. You know we'll Google and going hip hop sites whatever but at the time my I had a lot I left a lot of music before. I got locked up that I didn't know where and my brothers started putting on Internet. Just you know put it made me a my space page and a blog hip hop havoc it was called hip hop havoc hip hop havoc took one one of my songs and posted on his site and I'm in jail right now sweeping floors mop and I'm like you know so that moment right down here when I get out jelly because that moment was that was the thing that made me be like yeah. I think something there you know what I'm saying. I say I'd never thought about the idea that jail has weekends dance to gear right Saturday because it's still like it's a different rhythm there Monday. Through Saturday Sunday County Jeff eight months Saturday and Sunday is it because you're not getting a regular menu. Now you get road kill which is everything they cook through that week and they're just put it in one pot and mix it all together so you net on Saturday and then be like like tone Amac they might have like a tuna mackerel something on this weekend's terrible rapping in there like for you I kind of that's kind of my way two guys floor which was kind of like you know every fucking jail have like they call them rock boss the right boss like nothing moves out him you can't. I changed the TV like the big guy on the floor the toughest they really from upstate. They really the prison guys right now in the county so they were to like the rod bosses is on my floor. They want it. They were rappers and they were I never I'm not the type of person that walk around and talk about wrapping and I would talk about the actual music as a fan but I would never tell people about an order app you know and they would be my room just hanging out reading books or whatever and they would be in their sale like they room and it would be just wrapping odd day like and I will just let rock you know I wouldn't say anything about it but after months and months and months of it and just kept hearing it was so bad it was so bad and I think one day I just got fed up with it and it was like I'm just so tired of hearing you know what I'm saying so I just I remember my bunk like got my flip flops on Donovan Man Look Man. You got a lot of heart but you could go on in their own direction. Lucia done and I gave them a couple of clips. You know what I'm saying. Show hi you know and after that he rely on their mouth drops just really like they were the guys that ran ho cigarette trade in jail you know after. I showed him how to wrap and wrap opened in April. I'll man you know. They want to hang out with me. Kinda you know so what is interesting because we'd be afraid on the street and we tend to WAG. That stuff is wack. Here's how that oddest criticism would tell me we're way per se but after seeing the talent level that I was at compared to them they they knew today sales. You know what I'm saying. Dan Le they kind of new to this up so so yes. They're not start hanging today. We became friends though like and they had the job where they worked registry which registries where you intake so which is the best job in jail because you're you're being able to. FRATTON is with the new income coming in most of the time people coming in he always stashing stuff. MHM light people come any might have we'd have cigarette mostly is cigarettes though and what the CEO's would do they would just take two cigarettes and throw garbage. We two guys that take the garbage out so so when you take the garbage that you're going through the garbage you take finding packs and packs of cigarettes. You know what I'm saying so we stash so whatever they will sell two cigarettes but once they left they pass the job Donovan..

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"danny i" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

13:29 min | 1 year ago

"danny i" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Hi Leonard Maltin and I'm Jesse Molten and you're listening to the mall movies are great pleasure to have our guest today Danny Houston. Thank you for having me well. It's it's a treat to have you here because we're fans. We're unabashed fans who said that before but we tend to have the people on this show that we really admire you are one of them and you've done such extraordinary work as an actor. I just asked you off. Mike like because I didn't want to embarrass myself by not knowing if you ever had formal training as an actor you said no no I actually haven't had the the great luxury and privilege to observe wonderful actress at work peering over my father's shoulder father's formidable formidable laws for actually actually he's a giant. It's impossible impossible to do that but but yeah it was just I was just talking the other day about my memories of of being a young kid in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco watching my father direct man would became and you know for a kid were the blue people there Michael Caine Sean Connery Christopher plummer and and it was just an exciting adventures kipling esque time and and and to see see these guys at work was just incredible treats but also I observe Keanae. Did you always know or was it faded that you would be in this business. There was a sense of doom and and but I I saw my father at times. Believe it or not struggle. you know the amount of money involved to make a film also a circus act around founded Maybe the sometimes the nonsense so so I I love to paint. I like to draw draw and I went to I went. I resisted I I went to I went to art school and I think it was my first source second year in art school I we then went to WHO opening gallery openings and as as part of the course and I I saw people drinking warm white wine and that there was just as much nonsense around the the art world Egos et CETERA CETERA and how to market yourself and and and so finally relented and I went to film school where I went to the London international the National Film School and my first job as as a as a director was was it was for my father he was watching the the tests that they did for credit sequence were filmed that he may call under the volcano and Wonderful Malcolm lowry Albert Finney and and he there were these papers shade dolls from day of the dead and they were very static struggling to how how to make how to make it more exciting to make the shots more exciting and I used to make him depending what country we're in. I'd make him a drink. Drink when we were looking at Daly's at Russia's and in this particular case it was Kubilius Rum and coke and I brought brought him his drink uncanny and he said no no no the coke should only colored the rum and and then he looked at me and he said Danny they might you be interested in directing the title sequence and and it was put the fear of God in me and but of course I said yes and he handed over Gabrielle Figura one of the Great Cinema just gave me hard up again and I shot the sequencing Quinson much to my delight he liked it and Mr Figueroa. Mr Figaro was I as Gabrielle because my father just discovered a steady case at any to come over here. Michelle look look at that now. What is it? It's a steady cam. Wow how is yeah. I don't have to lay tracks as cameras attached the man I can just I don't have to waste all that time and and it was a complicated shopped the it started in the theater and then it came out through a market and into a square with bright light and I said to figure out so how do you how do you light it from darkness to light. How do you do it and Gabriel said it's all a question of balance and and that's the lesson I got from one of the Great Masters assault question a balance but give us a real shot the sequence for me. I I was able to get the camera in there move around these these dolls and and and yeah much to my delight liked it. Oh boy how would you have been I would have been in my early twenties. uh-huh what an Opportunity Man oh man now remember the first film set you visited. It probably is. I'm I'm Mike my understanding of fiction and reality are a little confused in all honesty but I like to say if if one of my father's films measuring stick that I was conceived during a film you may call Freud and born a during the Bible a completely honest and TV them on night of the Iguana but but my my my first the first film that I saw in the editing bay being made was the Bible and and the film starts and for all of us. I guess our our our parents are godlike for for a while at least but in this particular case the the film starts and I hear my father's voices in the beginning God my father is God yeah and then the the film continues and he plays Noah and there he is walking walking into the Ark with all these Animals side-by-side i Alec Wow dad's Noah and then my mother turns up in the film and She's playing Hager and she's she's in the desert dying of thirst. I she's been injected by Abraham and and she's that I have Thurston then she but she has a kid and the kid wasn't me I house thoroughly and and I've been confused ever since my goodness and just to just to sort of sort all of this out so everybody everybody understands and your blood lines are extremely a elite. I think that's the best word for your grandfather was the great Walter Walter Huston one of the finest actors whoever trump the boards as we say and who won his Academy Award as best supporting actor in your father's movie the treasure of the Sierra Madre in a role that your father wrote specifically for him to play and then I father won an Oscar that same year for making the movie so they it was the first ever father's son duo to walk away with ostrich the same evening and and rightly so. Has It ever happened again. I don't think I wouldn't I don't know I don't think the same picture but of course my sister Estrin Jellicoe won an academy award for honor and your your father was he nominated for for that was nominated didn't win right so they came close yeah. They came close. I I remember I remember my father talking about Humphrey Bogart and saying they're having a conversation that he told me he said that he bogey were discussing whole award thing and and how those sort of vulgarity to it and cheapness to having to sell yourself in that way ah but then when when Bogart one his his academy award my father said he seemed inordinately proud yes you can you can be flippant about it until you're GonNa win exactly exactly and your grandmother. Walter's wife was a formidable actress. Yes L. Yes of course my sister Angelica and now my nephew Jack yes which is a tremendous family business. I hoped it sag gives you guys like extra stor credit somewhere to have that many of you in their family rate discount or something I think I wish I could be absolutely picture but I think I attended a press conference for Mr North film that you directed from from a screenplay that was sort of rewritten by your father yes and that's I'm looking my my year nineteen eighty eight and which has now thirty years ago if we can believe that and he was originally to star in it as I understand the he was unable to do yeah he called me on his way to Newport Rhode Island where we filmed it and he said Danny if I if I ever were to fall. Ill are they were to happen. I'd like to have something just to stand by just in case I I saw I'm I'm sure I'm sure you'll be fine but short. If it makes you feel that Isa I'll give Robert Mitchum McCall and so he he called Robert Mitchum and and had him stand by sadly he did become it'll and checked into the hospital at Newport in Newport Rhode Island Island and Robert Mitchum heroically turned up and set to my follow John I'm sorry about the circumstances and dances but when I'm here I'm delighted to be here and when you left the room my father was an intensive care. Basically my father lowered in his oxygen. Mask looked at me and said bigs hoax I ever pulled this. I think talks about the the generosity of the man you know the the the the largeness of spirits and and showing that that that little bravado and at that point speaks volumes yeah. They're so how many there are a lot of terms my dad nigh are annoyed by only because they're used so frequently icon you no legend these people say it for everything you know but truly your family. You've got icons icons and legends and it's always interesting to then here about the human side because especially in my house growing up with this one on you know again. The name Houston loomed large so to then hear stories when someone talks about something personally hell even just saying so Robert Mitchum in came through so nice. I'm sure every kid when they're making their first movie has Lauren Bacall Harry Dean Stanton David Warner Virginia Matson Mary Stuart masterson and Anthony Edwards and Anthony Edwards lead the lead role in the lead role now. This has to be the dumbest most obvious question I could ask but were you intimidated working with these people and if so how did you work through through that well because you're going to direct them now in a in a story and you're not doing it for a studio. You're doing doing independently on a location so there are other pressures involved as well. Yeah I mean I mean the the intimidation really came from my life father. I mean just as a kid growing up if if you were summoned you would literally shake in your in your boots and and then everything was okay but that was that was that sort of moment of extreme fear and and these guys that were working on the films that I was making whilst my father was alive had such great respect for my father and and and they were keen on on helping me out so I never really felt any any any power play but wonderful yeah it is. I directed my father. in a in a an hour long film called Mr Corbett's Ghost that I made for English television and he played the collective soul's typecast as and and we we started the I think it was one of the first days of filming roaming and my father got her line..

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"danny i" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"danny i" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"While welcome to the show. He's listed on the line right now. Laid out a story about how this guy helped me way back in the days. I can't remember i believe it was a spot show sometimes sometimes in about one thousand nine hundred ninety. I've been in business for about man no longer than six months and i've been going around the loop and memphis was that was u._s. W territory it was a weekly territory. We work the same town every single week and then we'd swap out on a spot show every thursday so we'll never knew where thursday was going to me me and one particular night. I noticed that i was going to be working with nightmare. Danny davis at the time daddy administering for ten fifteen years he was an established nablus veteran a hell of a damn worker and a guy that i was just going to be all ears at night and listen to and when i used to drive to the matches i'd always think about what i wanted wanted to do because even at a very early age because i don't hear very well i was calling the bulk of my matches but since working with an established veteran like danny this is greet my turn to just sit back and listen and learn to a bad ass worker so we'll get to the building and i walked over to. Danny and i said hey danny i said what do you want to do. He goes. I don't know if you call it and i told daddy i said man. I said i was looking forward to working with and learn from you and daddy told me out say what you can do. You'll be glad if you get into a jam out there. I'll help you out and so that was a guy who'd been working for as low as you had that. I put his trust and confidence in me. Let me test the waters against a vet like that and it was a true class act and i've always appreciated any for that and we had some great great matches and that's who i'm talking today on the podcast daddy how you doing. I'm doing real good and <hes> you know likes introduction. You know it really amazes me that with everything that you have accomplished in the wrestling slash sports entertainment industry that you remember that now that that touches my heart that that you remember that you told was as accurate as it was because it was it was exactly how it unfolded but i'll tell you what we ended ended up having a great match and there there was one thing is i was i had a spot was a transition type thing and i wanted to me start ornoff being in motion and then i wanted you end up being in motion and man i told you kind of the dilemma that i was in. You said well he'll go ahead and just call your highest spot. Then i'll go for backdrop just grabbed me. Send me and i'll be the guy in motion and it was problem solved in about three seconds so little bitty things like that. <hes> that always made made the difference and one of the story. I'll share real quickly when we are working enough somewhere one of those little towns in tennessee as you remember so often danny after the <hes> all the matches had been done. There was another main event a grant for the green. That was a battle just something to give the people another match because we needed another match and there were so many damn roles and you always famous for your chops and so anyway back danny in the corner not chopped in three times and my chops ain't shit so i said spin me round and of course when i said it's been me around i meant that was time for me to take some chops from danny davis well. Here's here's the thing daddy was always being one of the hardest shoppers in the history of the pro wrestler business. I don't know what you got for hands. Danny fill like damn leather or bricks..

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"danny i" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"danny i" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"You listen to podcasts. That's it. For the reads, everyone I am still skiing in Park City for the rest of the week. Check check my Instagram stories because I will be shooting all these guys editing videos of all these guys skiing all week. We're having a blast whereabouts. Getting the hot tub about avatars and soda. I am not smoking marijuana because I wanna breathe good, and I feel healthy and. Ready to get back on tour and two weeks. Big Zuma bowl party. Go rams. What else? Can we tell you? Oh, today's podcast. So you if you listen open tabs, you know, who these people are Kristen, and Danny Christine, and Danny I know this is going to sound a little not it's not entirely brand friendly for what the kind of podcast that normally put out, but they are to Christian online personalities. They're married. They do car karaoke videos. I became obsessed with them because they went viral three years ago when my machine store when my machine story went viral, and I started watching their videos, and I in a weird kind of Weerasak way became obsessed with their logs because their life is so different than mine that I couldn't stop watching. What was so different? They do stuff like hang out with all their families. Danny is you learn was in a touring Christian. Capella group, Kristen was a Dallas cowgirl who moved LA. Got into a dark place found God, it's a really interesting story. And listen, if you're not growing as a as a podcast or and trying to do different shit every now, and then that I don't know what the fuck you're doing. I find them interesting. I found them interesting on on open tabs. I we were talking about on the tabs and they were in LA. And I was like fuck it would love to have you on the podcast. We had a great conversation. I think you're gonna find it. Absolutely fascinating. At the end. You hear that? We're going to meet up an indie. There was a blizzard in Indy. We were driving in from Ottawa. We got in late. And so we didn't get to meet up with them. But that being said, I think the podcast that you have right now is pretty fucking awesome. So without further ado Christian and Danny? This is. I'm here with Kristin. And danny. Wanted to do that for so long. Part of it. Then you wanna do? Okay. I'm here with Christine, and Danny. So I'm gonna having your grab the mic talking like thanks for having this. Of course, of course, you can just almost eat them. They might face. You can move it around as much as you want it to you got ya. So you guys don't know how became fanciers. I wanna know. So you guys three years ago went viral on Facebook. Yeah. I think that it was December twenty seventh. Yeah. Christmas videos, the one. Yeah. Yeah. And so did I. Most top trending videos on that day was me. And you guys has so I watch video and I'm like I'll be really candid, I'm not a song parody guy. But then I go, but there's something about you guys looked at a cool relationship. So I go why these people so I go back, and I'm like, I deep dived you guys so much. No idea, and it was it became a very guilty pleasure that I couldn't share with a bunch of people because because I grew up in the south of my wife grew up in the south. We grew up with regular family values, and you know, Hollywood very different. And so when you start mentioning religion in Hollywood is I'm sure you guys know, it's almost like you said the N word. Yeah..

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"danny i" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"danny i" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"danny i" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"danny i" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"News, traffic and weather. Newsradio eleven twenty. Welcome back to the second act of this is your FBI on win radio was. Hello, danny. Oh, I thought you were going to work. I did you didn't get fired. Did you know said I wasn't feeling. Well, my boss gave me the rest of the day off. Why did you go for a walk says that always makes you feel better? Well, why don't you go see the movie at the paramount? It's well, it's all get me out of the house. Danny no, I won't work. I stopped at school on the way home and salmon's Cronin. She tells me for the last few weeks you've been seen with a lot of money. That's right. I found some money. Danny did I found a wallet on second avenue? Hi found something to. I found a box of fountain pen boxer watches new room. I'll look SIS I told you once before I went to your bureau to see if any of your socks needed darn Jask me now, that's not important. Where did you get those pens and watches I found them to then I'm telling you the story in the morning paper about a box of watches and a carton of penns- being stolen from a truck last night out on route eleven what's that got to do with me? Where were you last night? Danny I went for a walk where I I don't know. I don't remember Danny you, stole those pens and watches. I know it. Well. All cut it out. This is this the way I've brought you up. I been such a complete pay the tutor, you don't even know it's wrong to steam, I suppose what happened to me is right. That was an accident. It's still happen. All right. That was wrong to that. The police did try to find the car that teacher. They just wanna give what that does me. Does it? My face your face has nothing to do with stealing. Why do you think I ain't going to school because all the kids laugh at me? They call me monkey well, all show Allsteel and all have money y'all have a lot of money, and I'll be important, and then let's see him laugh. Honey, that's not the way to be important. The right way is to be decent and honest. Are you kidding? They won't let me play ball with them. I can't get a girl to go to the school dances with it. Doesn't warrant you're stealing. I've got to put a stop to it. Danny right now. You're coming with me. We're we're going to take those watches and pens back. I don't know who they belong to. Well, the please. No, no police. Yes. They'll send me to jail. Now. I think they'll understand got some money saved up. I'll pay for whatever's missing come on. Am I going, Danny? It's the only thing to do. I'm not going says you got. You hate me too..

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"danny i" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"danny i" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Danny i would never give you an investment advice for that sumo coin that you're stacked up on yeah i'm hobbling that one okay our next one is bud which is an awesome word because it even sounds good but it's not a really good word but it's short for fear uncertainty and doubt but is any information that's supposed to create feelings of fear uncertainty doubt at other negative emotions we also say funding or a funster you know the verbs and the nouns of this right and this usually used when people are you know saying negative things about could be about coin to could be about people could be about the market and when they're just uncertain about something all your stuff flooding the market stop putting the coins fighting everything you're such a you're such a funster and jane well the opposite of fud is foam oh in this veer of missing out in this is felt when you can see acquaintance start to increase in value but you don't get it now of course foam can be used in many different aspects of life and usually they're talking about so social media and things like that as well so for example used to at home on a friday afternoon you know all your friends are going to picnic or barbecue on the beach and you start to see the pictures of that any start to regret i should've i should've went i should've win with them you see how much fun they're having foam oh you're missing in foam omo insta foam oh and you have the same kind of motions or feelings with the coins oh should i buy today it was ten cents actually i'm having a little bit of homo myself danny i was thinking of selling my patient tori and picking up some more zillah zilkha was that twelve cents and i was like should i do this and now it's fourteen cents danny foam oh well you know i own so think about that i told you to any i told you so right the finger moment okay but this is to our next word this is a great next slang d y o r and there's no like your we don't say dior would you say do i are and this is what i didn't do i didn't.

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"danny i" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

The New Media Show (Audio)

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"danny i" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

"Preach this all day but rob i know you've been hanging out here once you interject well i think what you guys are really point now it is that community is beyond just listeners community is on both ends of the spectrum it's those that can contribute to the value that you're bringing to your audience that are that can add to your content and what you're talking about todd is those relationships building community amongst those that can provide content to you is also important and danny i wanted you to talk about your your experience of of early on of getting involved in events in how difficult that was for you early on because if you're starting out and you don't have a lot of resources like todai are fortunate we have companies that support us in doing this not everybody has those resources what what are some of the things that you think back on you had to do to enable yourself to get out and go go to these events yet when i started going to events it was very difficult for me explain to them the type of content that we have because at that time podcast was even popular wasn't even known so i had to explain to them in the easy way for the stance always say okay we haven't internet radio or internet radio show in two thousand one and it was really tough because a lot of them let them gave us an opportunity to cover the event but allowed a company's completely shut us down they they were not impressed with the numbers they were not did really didn't understand about the show and yet it showed us down so i talked about this in the movie that you know a couple of years ago actually the present went to eat three you know i went to my brother like i wasted my money to to attend this event we also created like media kids ahead like cd.

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