18 Burst results for "Diagne"
Devastating Disease in Dolphins Linked to Extreme Downpours
"The gulf of mexico is home to thousands of bottlenose dolphins. The acrobatic animals can often be spotted leaping and splashing in the water but in recent years a devastating skin disease has afflicted some dolphins in the gulf and around the world research by park diagne of the marine mammal center in sausalito. California shows that climate change is to blame. He says more extreme storms affect how salty the water is in dolphins coastal habitats. Dolphins often live in bays and other areas where freshwater and saltwater mix these are dynamic have tested change with ties change with the weather changes the season. So when a big storm hits a lot of freshwater russia's out of rivers into these coastal waters and the salinity can drop dramatically that can cause lesions to develop on dolphins bodies diagne says that when the water returns to normal the lesions can heal and dolphins may recover but if the low salt levels persist in severe cases. We've seen dolphins that have died from this. Where eighty percents or so of the skin. Surface missing as climate change gets worse. Prolonged outbreaks could become more frequent and more dolphins will likely
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"I met for the first time when I won. Stay J. Jerry Rosa last year and she was the leader and we met in the anti-doping trailer behind the podium. Not Very glamorous at all I mean of course. Unimak is a formidable. Competitor is a reason that she's the world champion. She's an incredibly talented bike rider. But it's much more than talented. She trains incredibly hard. You know I'd go as far as to say that she probably trains harder than anybody else in the women's Peleton and I think that's quite interesting because you know there are lots of fantastic cyclists and the way anime trains is very well known for being a lot more hours than than lot train but it doesn't necessarily mean that it's the right thing to do for everybody. Let's Diagne is also very well known for saying that she barely ever does a five hour ride over winter and the actually long rides. Just make tired so I think it's a really important balance that that young writers especially know that a lot of hours isn't the only way to get fit so for me personally. I like a balance of shorter training and longer training. I know that for me over training and kind of really highlight of training. The kind of thing to meet does but not not quite as much. I know that that's actually hugely beneficial for me. But I have to balance that with adequate rest and if I don't take enough rest and I just scream myself so I also got a big benefit from kind of short shop training. So it's really a balance and what I'm saying is that you know there's not. There's not one one-size-fits-all for training and although that works for anime. She's had many many years and conditioning to allow an enable her to train that much. And so do what's right for you and not what's right for somebody else. It's interesting you say that that reputation procedure support with become more aware of it. And this you know. We've seen the kind of the films released by the team of our training with the men's team. And so on become part of the enemy within mystique or the brand if you like it. Is that a weapon that she has a mean the fact that this is so known that she trains so hard on the start line. She's got that if nothing else the fact that you know her competitors know that she's she's trained extremely hard absolutely and I think the mental side of it is so huge and it's so underrated and the thing is if you come to the start line and you see enemy in the rainbow bonds and you think there's no way I can beat her than already. You're racing for second place. You have to come with an attitude that everybody is beatable and it's true because everybody has their weakness like I said. Enemy is a fantastic athlete. And she's clearly one of the best in the world but she will have bad days she will have misfortune or maybe you'll have a super day. You need to go in with the attitude that that you can be the best that you can come in first place and if you don't have the attitude that you don't have a chance of winning. I mean I mean speaking to some of the other women in Palestine. They talk about how she's really raised the bar in terms of not just performance. Bu but how she lives she.
"diagne" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"That fishing the and one of the major contributors to obesity and obesity is one of the major contributors to heart disease and cancer variety of other things. So it's it's like saying I don't want to stop using coal because coal miners will go out of work. Well we'll lose their jobs. We we have a lot of soldiers in the United States in the US army. But we don't want to start a war just to give them something to do and that's exactly what you're saying when you say well let's let's keep coal killing people because we don't want coal miners lose their jobs. The truth of the matter is aren't very many coal miners left anyways and we can find minds other things for them to do but the comparison is a life or job or taxes or life. which do you want to do? Take your poison. We are all that much more stupid for having heard that. Oh what an eighty Arctic wouldn't elitist argument so this guy and we knew this when he was mayor of New York he wants to control every aspect of your life. He wants to decide what you eat. What you drink? What you spend your money on? He wants the poor to have less money so that they can't buy things is that he believes will hurt them in the long run. That's incredible You know what he's a dangerous guy. I think. Air Conditioning units especially like window units. Yeah Yeah I think they really harm the atmosphere they do and so what we should probably do is outlaw. The hooking up of said devices undecided on the sides of suburbans that mayors drive around town where you're only allowed idle for three minutes. Don't scoot around the law mayor. What a hypocrite? What an elitist purpose and I cannot take that voice for for you never mind? I don't care what his policies I don't give you is a return of Calvin coolidge that elitist New York the voice Oh my goodness please don't know he's he's at six percent now. Yeah he is surging. What what in the world? Well I mean he's surging to the bottom more the middle bottom layer. I mean that's a quick leap. It is from from some go. You know as soon as you announce if it's somebody popular they go straight to the top. And then work their way down from there he goes right to the middle of the lower layer. So I think he's got nowhere to go but down when people start here and stuff like that. I mean that is incomprehensibly stupid Yep it is has been Democrats are going to hate that way you want to tax. The poor really must for their own. Good yeah their own you. They don't know how to live their lives off-road death or pro taxes which is it sir right. That's right this latest Harris Poll Biden. Diagne is now at thirty one percent..
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"And at the end of today, don't have it, and she seconds, back forty seconds, which is quite is quite, a chunk, this stage isn't that so interesting to see whether leopard them becomes out defended right? I gas it depends on how while she recovers from the efforts of today. Really? But Gump's in the upper Lizzy Diagne is still there. You know, she did a very good right there. I think she's at the end of her tether. She's. The end of a big blocker racing illness, feels like she's wanting to get this behind her and have a proper rash is going to miss a national championships actually, which is quite a big deal. She needs a rash. She says she's writing very well. She's been writing credibly consistently here, especially having been caught in both crashes on Wednesday. So does keep saying, I think it was in stage, one to settle that was just too long team much time for me to thank I'd much rather be sitting on the sofa and again today when we caught up with her behind the podium, we asked her how it was just sort of rule derise of the smile, low and said, just such a long time to be there. She Hispanics, but she's, she's three seconds. Don't only, and she's been up there every day, and she's the best place in what is a very strong team. And we saw go board Gainey shoe she faded a bit today. Liz, he's going to have to carry the torch for because long is now fifty five seconds back. Well, one of us said long ago could he was going to win the stage? But yeah, so she after all of those efforts, she faded. And then that means fifty five seconds back. I mean Lizzy is the one that's got to do the work of the next couple of days, shall we? Hear from Lizzy the no you spoke to a rose. Is he the hold of treks does very active today? Tell us how. And yeah, the plan was to keep me in, at least in the final at least followed Casio that I climb. Fine. Strongest but we didn't know coming into the final whether it be more of a sprint so they, they let me out at least actually probably wasn't the best high ticketing stronger..
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Cycling, groovy feeling thickest thieves mines and energy, this, while darkness wonder brass neck, whiskey in the jar loves the drug spooky. Loss for life. And when Saturday comes so they were all references yesterday. And today as we said earlier, we are doing Charles Dickens references, aren't we. You are. Started that. Okay. Well, we did have great expectations for the state's today. Bought alas the old curiosity. Shop of life doesn't always offer its finest wears stage races. Of course, usually a tale of two cities. It took place in one location. Today, the cycler park and can't twenty five laps of a two and a half kilometer circuit and won't survive was lapped interestingly, they were taken off the rea- so hard times for anyone couldn't keep the pace allu-. They weren't eliminated. They still get to start the race again tomorrow. But the first rider dropped was Hannah Peyton of drop. So for the best of times, it was the worst times for our mutual friend Varney, and this reassume far after Abby may Parkinson's yesterday. I was born of Kenyan straw, mid an early attack. Ellen Van Dyke of trek Sega Fratto, and the current of teams son web led the chase. And she was brought back after just two and a half kilometer front and another attack at twelve kilometers, this time it was pictures from Italy with Elena Cecchini again, of Kenyan, Schramm her break lasted slightly longer getting elite of thirty seconds at what point with Sulu break lasting. Ten kilometers other than that, it was only really the intermediate sprints that broke up the stage, so I'll run you three. Those Mayan voice took the first sprint ahead of Lizzie. Diagne foreshadowing the finish with the coroner. Vera in third. The second intermediate sprint was taken by Sheila Guiterrez. He's had a great showing in the sprint so far corner of Eric continuing her tactic of suiting up as many sprint points as possible with Sufia solo in third and the final sprint went to Rivera's team it. Leeann Lippard of teams on web Lizzy diagnosed second again and her team, it Eliza longer, Guinea, in third knife, any team had been hoping to push this Rhys from the front. Well, it turned out that procrastination is the thief of time. And in the end it came down to a bunch sprint finish. Mariana Voss winning comfortably in the end ahead of Diagne Unser ROY of Mitchelson Scott with Corrina VERA in fourth. We only discovered afterwards, that boss actually punctured during the stage and it turns out that it happened just the rice ball because the renew callers. And the rich today, I think we meant to not already to the writers. Hud to go into the pits along the route. She was able to pit fairly quickly. Get ourselves back in the race again. And see what the end of stage to voice. No takes over the race lead ahead of Lizzie Diagne with Bullmann's Amy Peters in third ahead of last year's winner. Coren rivera. I'm three the points jersey. We have Yuli endure Queen of the mountains Christine Majerus sprints jersey is still on Corrina Veras back on the best. British writer is nine Lizzy Deichmann is your rapid story. The stage to the stomachache finish in the end was she? Cycling forty second thing. Good. Good. Right. Well, that was nice for that Orla identifying. Competition comes as night, especially giving away two.
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"To the sports, bring more sponsors to the sport. And ultimately that has to be weighed up in some way or other. I know where that decision has to come from whether it's from into the DS or the sponsors or from the race organizers. But today if we see this kind of racing the next what is it twelve laps or whatever then it's a really wasted opportunity. And I hit to say that because he ever wins today will avert their, their win and, and all the rest of it. But this is where you know if you're starting here phenomena, half you got your skill kids out. You've got families, you've taken the day here. If you don't see anything that really sparks at interests and not as a wasted opportunity, we have had an intermediate sprint, Mariana voice walnut. Lizzy Diagne, second Corrina, VERA, third. Cycling at the front nine and, and this is the first lap really where we haven't seen canyon tram, the front bulls, almonds and track, and son, went to my mind bits. Disappointing. I guess I am. I mean, this is the kind, of course, that I would've expected Corrina VERA to really thrive in possibly, and probably, they're saving all of that for the end of the rest. But again, you know, it's whether we're seeing a lot of self neutralization for an expected finale to something, whether that be the days, the weeks reacing that doesn't make for grit. Spectator event was also kinda surprising. It's really short race. Today is sure it, it's starts started very late. Anything that, you know, people have plenty of time to rest up and be prepared to come out all guns blazing. And they will warming up one day all women up outside their buses this one, I thought they were going to really hit it not running cycling overstate, but really do some preparation. We've been, we haven't seen anything at hopefully when they come back, they just outside the moment when they come back over the small rise there. Hopefully, we'll see virtue cycling looking to do something because they I mean they look like they were gathering at the front. Hopefully that will come to fruition. She'd say that, as you said, rose. We have seen some writer spot at the back, and this is probably the kind of day where anyone who's involved in the race listens. Back and things Hyang on a minute. You've new idea brittle walls out there. But I think it is important that fans perspective is also given from fans point if you, it's not a dynamic race no matter how hard it is in the middle of all of that. But like I say, you know, how does that issue become resolved not see the question. Ken psych the part on here. We are. How long does the circuit? Did we say Kate? Okay, how many laps are we going to the bondage? We can probably. Other so three twenty at least three of think. Peaceful, peaceful Sunday, and a nice pedal here, only this really track cycle network from fell on the edge of Gravesend and the very lucky with relic forecasts. They was terrible. But let's, let's go and have looked at this circuit show. We hope they let us on. We did a lot there and then to fight your way back onto circa almost kicked off because they're still building the well up the barriers, and face hoardings and stuff. But it's I really like it. So really smooth surface. Quite twist, the vic- raced before on motoracing circuit and it's kinda like a miniature motoring circuit designed for cycling because more racing circuits are designed for cycling on the corners just a work on a bike,.
"diagne" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Dong in the bumper rotation here at the, the IB number. It's a prized spot in media to be in the bumper rotation of this program. Back to the phones we go. John in New York and New York City. Great to have you, sir. Hi, rush. And honor to speak with you. Thanks so much for taking my call. I have a slightly different take on the, you know, molar press conference than than you do, obviously upset. But when you look at what he said about about Trump and about his actions. It was like literally verbatim as he was reading from his own Muller report from the executive salaries. So you know he didn't really say anything at all. That was new in that regard, literally, it was like he was rereading from, from the report things that were new with that it seemed to me, he was emphasizing that our focus should be on the fact that Russia was interfering in our relaxation to that, you know, there was one point where he said that he thought bar was acting in good faith with respect to whether or not to release the report, and then he said, he's really not going to testify closing the investigation. So to me, there was really nothing new everything was verbatim from the report other than the. Fact that he seemed to be indicating we should be focusing on the fact that Russia was trying to interfere with us rather than fighting amongst ourselves. You're making one fatal mistake here you're assessing is on a factual basis. And you're absolutely right. And I made this point the first half hour bar, I'm sorry. Muller made it plain that the report is this to me. I even said this, that's the bombshell, the bombshell, is that there isn't anything, that's not in the report, the media, the Democrats have long been telling people that Muller has something else that bars covering it up that bars, not letting him say it, and that's why they want to come up and testify. This is what we've had put up with for three weeks now. So Muller goes out there and says the reports it there isn't anything else and I'm not testifying. Anything other, what's the report on? Excuse me, testifying period. Still getting over a bad cold here folks, and that's it. But you're missing something key in the in a sterile purely unbiased at misfield your assessment that is right on the money. There's nothing new here. There's no collusion and there's no obstruction. And there's nothing I have to add and I'm not testify, that's the bombshell and the White House statement that calls attention all this is right on the money. But Muller then went on and explained that the reason Trump isn't indicted in anything is because of Justice department guidelines Muller, clearly implied to the people that want to hear it this way that they might have had something on Trump. But it wouldn't have mattered because they couldn't indicted their hands were tied, which is why have been saying, then why do this because his excuses been from the get-go at turn? Out that they couldn't died a sitting president. So what's the point with this, all this was? We don't know what we do know is to get Trump. That puts him at odds, I just during the break, I turned on cable news station. And that's all they're talking about did bar by bar. Y when he said that Muller told him the office of legal counsel guidelines were not a factor in his decision not to charge Trump because bars out there many times, saying that Muller told him the legal counsel Diagne had nothing to do with his decision. Muller said something totally opposite. Today Muller made it clear that bars lying wanted people to assume that bars lying. And that's what the media is going to guarantee. These guys want bar to be the one lying. They want bar. That'd be the one that's trying to cover up for Trump. So mother goes out and says something totally different to what bars been saying, and then Muller's not saying anymore. I'm not talking. I you. You can't make me. So what he says today is the last words. Now it's bar and bars in Alaska. So, yeah. In a sterile world. You're exactly right. Nothing new here. There was no collusion Trump didn't do it. And there wasn't any evidence on obstruction. But you turn on any Cable News Network station, you want out there, John and that's not what they're talking about. And that's not what they're saying. And that's not how they're interpreting this anyway. Shipper and.
"diagne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Crisis. And she warns the resulting increase in inequality threatens the long term health and resilience of the economy for NPR news. I'm Steve Beck ner. Another round of severe weather is in the forecast for parts of the south today. A flash flood watch remains posted in the Houston area. Following a second major storm there this week. This is NPR news from Washington from K Q E D. News. I'm Tiffany Cam. High gray whales are currently on their annual migration from Mexico to Alaska, but this year, there's been a disturbing amount of dead gray whales washing up on bay area shores, including one this week that brings the total number of dead whales to nine since March at typical year sees between two to three take Hannah Hagan caught up with researchers at ocean beach who are looking into this latest death. Most of the time it takes weeks determine a cause of death. But the whales bruising and fracturing was so severe that. With an hour's investigators concluded that a ship strike killed the forty one foot female Wales typically don't feed on their migration from Mexico to Alaska, but Dr Pori Diagne chief pathologist at the marine mammal center says the whales might not have found in a food to endure the journey which could mean larger numbers of them lingering and coastal areas, they shouldn't be. In the bay those numbers. Are they coming in because they're starving? They're looking for food in a in historically may have been a good feeding area. But right now, it isn't what the pollution in the shipping and all the rest, Diagne fears, local shipping traffic is making bay area. Water's treacherous for Wales four of the nine whale deaths. The spring are blamed on ship strikes there in a place where you go one of the busiest ports in North America, and all that shipping. So it's a dangerous place to be but port of Oakland spokesman Mike Zampa says the number of ships coming into the port of Oakland has actually dropped about fifteen to twenty percent over the last four years we've seen the number of vessels visiting Oakland decline between fifteen and twenty percent overall. But even if the quest for food is leading to more ship strikes. Scientists say the reason the.
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"It was a brutal brutal race and very difficult for writers and teams to know how to approach it tactically suppose to see on of under bragging, you know, attacking clear with seventy five kilometers to go thought. What's this? You know? I mean, okay. She's been hitting from further and further. I we saw the world championship loss year how she's capable of just writing away for everybody. But this was this was something else. And it was it was fascinating to watch Lizzy Diagne go after her as though she she'd been watching the racing over the last year and a bit that she's been the sport and realizing that Vander brag. Was the was the writer always to follow. No matter. No matter at what point of the race. Strange to see her come back. You see our get caught very often. And then for the race to kinda happen around her anonymity five. Listen with them being the main protagonist. There was just so unusual and marina Voss, obviously going clear and again riding in a way that, you know, attacking on her own with twenty case to go and then getting clear with Garcia on Paladin who I thought was was they are standing performer of the day really couldn't versus trying to attack them. And she just couldn't get any distance toll all came down to cat-and-mouse on that. Hey, look, Bruce. Didn't that the headwind and the huge cliffs and the seed the stormy sea. It was very dramatic as a pitch to see. But yeah, I just wanted on having this kind of the sprint skills in sprint now. Shoot shoot that. I I think both cost.
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Clo veins rich should Moore. I'm joined by rose Manley. Hennion richton happy birthday. In straight away, Orla Shinui lyric and happy birthday as well. Again. I guess overwhelming. If you want to celebrate it at your advancing age. You. No, really fifty really complains to min- go that we hadn't celebrates nothing complain. Just observe hadn't been knowledged is different done fifty celebrations than. I guess you look at your glad to be alive. So so well don't be in a library. Happy alive day rich hot we still hear it shirt. Roy. I'm still here. You're lucky. Anyway, well to the me episode of the podcast feminine. And it does seem like a long time since we lost all maith, which was in new Denard the tour Flanders. Luckily, there's been a lot racing since then, and we are going to be getting together a little bit more regularly in the well in the near future because the women's tour is next month. Of course, we're delighted that for the second year. We're going to be providing daily coverage from the women's tour perhaps an extra episode beforehand as well. So we're really looking forward to not and should be it should be a cracker. I'm just buying from thirty Yorkshire. But we've got the are Dan classics. But yeah, we've got that. And the are racist and them so gold race, of course to talk about it. I'm sure you've called that covered Orla and you're trying to but before we hear that should just say the in this episode infused with Lizzie Diagne, we've got Demi volunteering got Roxanne Connecticut Bootham park hotel team be writing extremely well. We're going to hear from Bob Varney from drops team. That's kind of back from the dead. Those two teams kind of worthy of discussion. We fell 'em. And what else have we got? We've got we're going to hear from cash Innovia Doma and somebody else who else have we got into few come on line Rad's. Of course. Yes. Flesh reload. And he came back with a couple of interviews from there. So what's been happening Orla? Okay. So since last that will set off the healthy ageing tear, at least a Klein won the over three time winner Ellen Van Dyke and Curson filled third run to pill, then was a win for sufi divorced park. Attell valkenburg. She took her first professional one day when at the age of thirty two she want to stage last year to two point to cut agree Rhys. But that's a second win of the season for park retell Valkenburg, they've had another two cents then marching already their best ever sees in which was last year. When all four victories were won by have a guess last year just to see if you're paying attention who's I'll do like, I do with my daughter. Look, look look. Giving you the first latter. Anyway, Llerena vivas won all four of their wins last year. And this is the first time since September twenty seventeen they've had a winner who's not Llerena vivas onto Amsoil gold. An absolute thriller over ovaries brilliantly attacking finish on the finishing circuits covered three times Lizzy Diagne..
"diagne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Helps to restore your brain. Even heal your brain itself. And hopefully more people will realize that it really is really a non negotiable pastime. So what are some things you can do to help get a good night's sleep? It's usually some common sense things like avoiding caffeine at night turning off the television and hour before bed disconnecting from your computer or cell phone hour before bedtime meditations or good way to tune NAFTA daily stresses that we all have some of the ways relaxed bedtime would be sipping from camomile tea, or or what do is in the warm milk. And Honey, no sense good. Client know, my wife. Tony. She does these guided meditations with Deepak Chopra. He's guru whatever you wanna call. It doesn't online and also taking back neom supplement out an hour before bedtime or eating foods rich in Diagne's him like cashews can. Can actually make sleepy. And let's not forget foods that contain natural melatonin. Walnuts. Tart cherries. Trip to fan, which is in Turkey things. Like that may relax. I like to read a good book. You know, what I'm reading now. Wait, what are you? The new CJ bossy j box. Yeah. Pack that's hard to put that day on sometime writer, but you know, what off all sleep. Sometimes you gotta read that same chapter at three times. Wake up and got the book him. But anyway, but I read anything technical work related at night. Right. If you're just joining us here on safe retirement solutions were discussing the habits tips and sharing the success secrets of the millionaire next door, whether you're already the millionaire next door or you wanna be there are some common traits and habits. You must adopt to become an stay financially free. You know, according to Reuters their seven point eight millionaires in the United States. That's a lot of millionaires. A lot of millionaires. They are you're one of them or you know, someone or living near then. So what makes them special Howard able to hit the seven figure Mark and financial freedom. Well, you're not a good question. Clyde, according to a recent kiplinger article the nine secrets of the millionaire next door. You can also call them the invisible rich. How do they do it surely like one of them where does the money come from? Sometimes it does come from an inheritance or other fortuitous break, but more often than not it is the result of diligence smart choices, and well deferred gratification they postponed gratification. The tennis that they follow. Also, put you on the path to financial prosperity and security to discover what the invisible rich while makes them visible. They're not conspicuous about with their wealth their value shoppers. Whether it's for groceries or college or anything else, they are not conspicuous, and they'll also consider buying used putting things to use us for as long as they possibly can. Holy moly. Guys. We're coming up on other break already. This is safe retirement solutions radio exclusively right here on six eighty WCBS. We need to pause for another break. But you definitely want to stay tune. Because we've got a really great show today, and we're going to be right.
"diagne" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim
"Door. Neighbors diagnosis we were looking at the winter moon, and then before my biopsy, my husband, and I were looking at the lunar eclipse. So what did you find out what's going on? So here's the thing. And this is why I'm talking about it is that I don't know anything. Yes. You spend a lot of time on with them because you try no something you're married to a soon to be Dr. I'm married to a soon to be you probably have all those medical books all around you. You're assuming that I read no just read web MD the actual medical books around. You has really convenient terrifying. Bullet points and photos, and the really speaks to my inclination. Of course, like my mom is an ultrasound Sinaga for my brothers. Radiologists. My uncle is like chief of radiology my husband's in medical school. Like, I just got. Yeah. You you have them all we have them all and a growth in hospitals like my mom drop us off at the hospital for like daycare and shit. And we would like put stickers on people's files and be like look at us. So anyway, like, there's all this uncertainty that comes with a cancer diagnosis or non Diagne. Haussas and it takes a really long fucking time. Yeah. It's a hideous amount of time to walk around with what if information, and then meanwhile, you know, I've got all these symptoms. I feel like I should back up for our listeners a little bit. And give some context I've been experiencing for and I talk about this all the time for like the last couple years severe, depression, anxiety and mood swings and brain fog and just like stiffness and fatigue. And I kept thinking it's because Matt shape. It's 'cause I'm not managing my depression. It's because I didn't get enough sleep. It's because I'm not taking care of my body. Right. Yeah. And I just like made the assumption that all of it was because of my lacking. Yeah. When potentially this whole time, it was a tumor. That's in my thyroid. That's three centimeters by two centimeters. It's huge. Yeah. It's pretty big. So that means it's been grow. Going for like awhile. Yeah. Like more than a year, potentially potentially. Well, you're saying potentially also because when you talk to the doctor this week, they said, they didn't give you the firm diagnosis they said suspicious yet, which actually this is why I also wanted to talk about this on this podcast cuts. Apparently, I have the good kind of cancer. If I have it says like Muslim, bad Muslim. Yes. Good cancer bed. Yeah. Which is a good kind even mean, and it's highly treatable like is it confirmed that you it's not confirmed yet. No. So like there's all this like hospital code. Yeah. Which I actually really appreciate their protocol around. This is number one. Is you get the ultrasound? And for me it like very clearly was a tumor. It was like very solid and then number two is like all science favorable like it's got a nice halo around it. It's not a me looking. And it's short rather than tall. Go figure the thing. Then after that, they do a fine needle analysis where they jab your throat with a bunch of needles..
"diagne" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show
"I mean, he has got this huge toolkit of things to delve into to really help. You learn how to fix your brain. And I've had this problem. I was in second grade. And I got in front of the class. I wasn't front class of in front of the entire school. We were doing a Christmas holiday musical ahead. Three lines to memorize I locked up on stage. Pretty sure some kids were laughing at me and from that point forward. I was scared. I was scared to I thought my brain was broken thought. I could memorize things ahead. Trouble memorizing, my multiplication tables. And it just followed me throughout life. Even even in my twenties and thirties like I was really scared to repeat people's names. I couldn't quite make that you know, face and name lock. And I thought, you know, this isn't natural most people can remember people's faces or names are one of the two maybe they can't get both. But the only get one of them. I can't get any of them. And you know, it's really it feels like a disability in some ways. And one of the things that I was excited because I was falling Jim in some of his work on Instagram, and and some stuff that podcast that he had done, and I really liked lot of the things that he had to say, especially because he also had the same problem. His was a little different age five he had a childhood head injury. That left him struggling with his brain in and having a difficult time in school. But one of my favorite quotes from him. Is he says I am not special. I'd I didn't naturally have these superpowers they were learned. And if I can learn them any. One. Can learn them regardless of age background or education, and one of the things that I realized here just in the last couple years has been that I have been my number one enemy. I've been holding myself back because in the back of my head going all the way back to second grade. I've always told myself, this is a disability. This is a problem. You have your brain is not like other people's brains. You can't pick up these skills, and in that is just obviously a nonstarter I'm not even trying. So he's convinced me, and we get into it a little bit today that step one is just really getting over that fear, and that phobia that you have a broken brain. And there is actual things that you can do about it. And then we get into things like nutrition and some tips and things like that. So I hope you enjoyed this episode. I have since picked up learning Japanese. I have since really taken my brain health. Seriously. I actually went down to this institute here locally in Portland and did a Diagne. Caustic brain test to see where I was was falling on, you know, just to make sure that my brain was who's functioning properly, and I passed with flying colors, and I think that a lot of me being at ease and relaxed allowed me to kind of fall into it and do a really good job. Whereas if I had been tense and thought something was wrong with my brain. I think I would of froze up and had a even more difficult time completing his tasks I have since been doing some of the brain training games as well used Llamas in the past and continue to do. So I think that's a a fun little way to kill some time. And also, keep your brain fresh, and then I've experimented with a bunch of new tropics lion's mane mushroom is one of my favorites. And then just fossil lipid forms of a mega threes. Just little things like that. To also increase the brainpower also high intensity training on the work outside really helps. Learn a little bit of Japanese sit down for thirty minutes. And then go hit the the bike and dues twenty minutes of hit. That is that's a great way to retain. New information. Anyway, Jim quicks awesome here. He is. I hope you enjoyed this episode. Awesome. Well, I I just want to say thanks for coming on the show. I've been a fan of your it's crazy. Critics say a fan of your Instagram..
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Title of it when or laments it's a sports interview pocus very different it's not a competition but if you like sports interviews sports related interviews if you like stories just human stories have listened off the roof survival when all met richard and rose and what a great time yeah yeah well i'm gonna get you on that oh yeah we're going to have an indepth johnson i'm going to dig beneath those those scottish later on stole woolens maybe anyway what are from girders we'll see we'll see what's been thoughts that tough steely area dewar studios so i'll be the most disappointing episode of wine ornament but no i've got sarabia mccoy the champion jockey of got pippi york my next episode formerly robert miller of course she was absolutely brilliant we could but if her actually on second pocus femina we wanted got lots of got mark governorship got i'm lizzy diagne coming up lots of non cyclist as well but i wanted to know high the games go on from the point of someone dying there and so i thought ha friend of this podcast not tiffany cromwell who we absolutely love here so i asked her if she would come on she was really came to come on but unfortunately with her travel she stayed on a little bit after the commonwealth games and she's just coming up north to the northern hemisphere today so she was stopping off into by and i had the idea of sending her a series of questions via boyce notes which she kindly agreed to take part into a bit of an unusual way to be someone i sent to the voice notes yesterday she replied when she was in dubai today so i'm not sure where she walls if.
"diagne" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"My friend stinky we oil got into falkender huge hold the should i had to do the bail out hold when thought will be better of in a way team we better monitor their football for twenty five hundred bucks like me put the betterment you diagne now fuck like oil you on thursday and title have you monte carlo fuck of your friend brow unip put you put me in this position so do i put the better was a high school teacher that was a good do is there million him have you had he was a good do are you but his or so we ended up rally the fucking jewelry store the braving fucked a money yet mad because below average his kids a shorter grazing bed mud than i have like lodging kalab you have no idea succeeding say took sports betting while i was in high school and people in the eyes gotta be crazy as an addict either wait till basketball who was basketball comes out that's every day that's how they get bigger every day next dealer you've been basketball the event basketball lays the guy joke and then you lose that bazzi give hockey ultra look for your lord added naked ally in the eib add sportswomen nope out some time to call a from the irs libya's request iraqi ira right yet in effect a march for gabr america interrupting joe his i have you ever you have a bout between this team in this team who would you bet he go well i like this team and this team defence of this and sometimes i get lucky sometimes i wouldn't would.
"diagne" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Yeah but you know it's good to know it it is good to new and i'm i'm we're not going to just pondered a taste but it is good to know if you want more of that kind of thing an or not or less or whatever but yeah sankie i didn't bring was in a couple of verse off one's there were an marchal your right in hosting this even voice steven disease are also says that he enjoyed the issued lizzy diagne that we did shoot the different site to her and he was shocked at the lack of support from british likely when she won the world champion ship brood race m i have it's interesting i think most of our m correspondents are male our little very interesting jim wagner said that hayes favorites aikman of the second seminar our interviews with 'upandcoming riders because they're drive and passion really comes three and i like that because that's the point of doing it really is to indigeous people to these stories and educate people to cycling three at woman cycling mother three the riders themselves and discussions regarding the business behind women cycling he says i'd love to hear more about women cyclocross in its writers which hopefully redressing a little with these sites across series a find woman site across to be the most compelling of all woman siping events in it truly ought shines the man's events according to jim he's given me his tshirt sizes velvettithurai aid on a podcast but jim we well get he will journal to sharm shirt were we arguably a tshirt a oneover correspondents although also who is at the moment.
"diagne" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"The it's back i'm back on track melissa thank you so much for joining us thank you so much for having me and now it's time for our no limits entrepreneur of the week where we feature one of our listeners who's building something of her own and are no limits entrepreneur this week is another melissa melissa match nominated by nina persad murphy melissa is the cofounder and ceo of dag need dover which is a handbag an accessory brand it's meant to be stylish help keep you organized she grew up in ohio and moved to new york for college and then afterwards she worked at coach for many years in the us and uk before receiving her nba from warden then in 2013 she and her to cofounders who also came from the retail industry launched dag need dover melissa was inspired by her family her immigrant parents came to america with basically nothing she says and were able to work their way up to both have professional careers but it was her aunt and her uncle that really gave her the entrepreneurial bug she says that she watched them create several successful businesses that flourished in rural ohio where they live and seeing that had always made her want to start her own company melissa had the idea for diagne's dover when she was working for coach in london she says that people would come into the coach store every day and ask for a bag that help them stay more organized and as she heard so many people say the same thing she says she saw there had to be an opportunity for a brand that looked great was well price and had very specific pockets so that was naturally intuitive to use melissa decided in order to launch the brand she needed more formal business training so she decided to go to business school where she started working on the basics of business like bag design brand name and finding cofounders to fund the business she and her to cofounders raise money from friends and family some retail investors retail operators and other founders she says it they were people who understood their mentality and so for them they decided it was a better option than raising v c funds melissa says that they raised a lot less than most brands at their stage and it.
"diagne" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Pissed off with tony blair sign yet white working class quitnow rose to go one step she saw it i deed those guys once i saw that i will interested in nothing but themselves and the next election die from oregon no often we can trust the white working class she knows you know i think that's the same people to the put those in early looked into the faisal reiss he's fascism sort for what is an eye chuck schumer lag and their families since wafting balkan indictment of being pay that was a terminal blow nine when destroyed after that that was the end of it out until i was going to be the high point so those people you know the the unite mutual grew up wave that is exactly the people that can deal with these kinds of things and we shouldn't be you know dismissing them all overly warren abound but we should be delivering the to change and security that diwan yes i agree with you and acknowledging and they're what these that the brakes in the trump is illegitimate impulse anga frustration language in brooklyn diagne but when you said but when you said like in a who gives in iraq agreed you let tho if people have bus secure housing and not going to be thinking about secure bodies body abstract in ridiculous but lie about the thing is billy that when you describe that that ross style of meaningful change secure house he's secure jobs whose interests are challenged when you start to offer people that and i can say it doesn't matter if you have barrack obama thunnel trout us zia was our radical systemic change what what is this what kobina saunders coming recognize that neoliberalism is not delivered in his work in the system is broken.