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Austria to allow Christmas skiing but many restrictions stay
"Know breaking ranks with other european nations. Austria will allow skiing to start on december the twenty fourth but will limit the capacity of ski lifts and keep restaurants and hotels closed. This isn't ideal for business. But it is something and south authorities believe. It's completely safe. Because alexi cari olov explores how the is getting ready for the new ski season trends. Don't normally disobey orders but try and take away one of their favorite hobbies and see what happens. What are they doing. Slopes are a close. Yeah but Many of those people don't care just yup. Just that's me playing the mountain range with febreeze. Doni general manager of a popular ski resort located around one hundred kilometers south of china. Because there's so many people like one forty dollars per day just people trying to get into major. So that's the problem on the day. Visiting the sky is a dazzling blue with fluffy white clouds skidding overhead any other winter. That'd be hundreds maybe thousands more people in the piece the to trespassers. We've just seen but this year is different now. Trae will open. It slopes for christmas although even then it won't be business usual the conditions on the which we are about to open them are kind of craz- because there's not going to be any hotels open. They're not going to be in regular operation of restaurant. So i mean you have to imagine that people even if they just come here for a day. They're going to spend the whole day on the mountain. They're not going to have the possibility to get indoors to to warm up. They may be will find a solution how they're going to be able to to get some food that takeaway style but they have to eat that food outside. We're not in a city. Where in montana area temperatures are going to be quite different whether you you face in again for example. So that's kind of crazy because cover them on. The one hand says okay you. You're going to be able to open. But the conditions impose of province for us turning organization. Ms boost does need san viet. We infer young. Upper is sorted and crazy anoint. This man sebastian courts is determined to save christmas. Optum fianc six timber when the luibueno's answer named fine with some she fan. We the mookie. We add the middle east. Asian indian germany. France and italy have all forbidden skiing holidays fearing that would push up infections but australia has refused to toe the line. However it will require people coming from abroad to go into quarantine and with hotels closed. This effectively leaves austrians as the only eligible customers along. That's still welcome news for greece. It is for the upcoming holidays. We're going to lose People coming from abroad so that's thirty percent of accustom is also one day customers. They're coming from hungary from check republicans so we are going to lose them because it's not going to be easy to get in into australian other australia again so we're going to lose them but we expect to gain some customers from those types of skiers who usually would have gone to skiers in the western part of austria which they cannot do now because it would be too far for for one day trip up. The slope brings explains heltzel. Get to work on the situation. We're going to face when it comes to take away operation of of the restaurants on the mountain because people. No that's not our restaurants but it's a it's a it's one of the bigger ones the mountain. Well you get the slopes you get the chairlift like with the bottom station in mountain station you get lots of people Not too much. Space to people consumed are the food the food they bought outside. So that's one of the challenges we're facing with the current government regulations because people are not going to be allowed to use the space within fifty meters from the restaurant Which is quite a problem if you if you imagine having three to four hundred people standing around and they should not stand around at the slope because obviously there are skiers coming down so that's quite complicated and that's why i ask myself what the government thought creating those regulations
"doni" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Each have a different protein peptide that can reset the genetic expression essentially bring the function of that system back to optimal so it was pretty amazing. Very amazing and you have personal experience with peptides yourself so tell us. How are you feel. That helps you. Oh yeah let me. I mean i just. I happened to be in saint petersburg russia visiting my stepson and i was at the time researching peptides. I was reading about dr cabins in and it was one of those moments where i was like. Oh my gosh. He's from petersburg in. I'm in saint petersburg. I have to at least try to find his clinic right so it was a really excited. You know kinda one of those things where i was able to find his clinic and he was there and he was able to. I spent several. I think at least a week. Maybe two weeks just training with him in his staff and they evaluated me. So they i there by the way was so thorough. They use a lot of ultrasound to so you sounded me from head to toe basically to identify what what was going on in my body and plus they did a lot of blood work and they did genetic testing and then based on that evaluation. They recommend different peptides for me. Lack say His favorite by the way. Dr kevin in really his most research on the anti-aging effects of peptides. He focuses on the siamese for the immune system and pinal gland and those are the two that they've he's actually been able to show twenty to forty percent increase in life span while a live longer. I taking these especially the thymus in the pioneer van. So they recommended those but they also recommended for me like for my joints. I talked about how hyper mobile joints in. That was predisposing me to the migrants for example. I'm so they choose different paths as in. You can take more than one at a time. You could take eight or ten at a time. You can you can you. Can you know the cool thing is you. Don't have to do them one by one. I knew my take them for. Sometimes you do a higher dose for maybe a month or two and then you might decrease those or you might take a break or sometimes people just take them say once a year or twice a year based on like say you reset the function and you feel better than you might just repeat it when you've had some more stress exposure or you know as needed there's different ways you can use them. What i found is definitely found improvement with my joints. Less pain in that kind of thing. improved energy in sleep but also what really surprised me was when i went to have my hair done. My hairdresser was like you have so many new baby hair. She's like what's going on. What do you taking. And i said it has to be because at that time for that was the only new thing i had added. And so it just when you have new hair growth right. It shows you that the it's activating new news growth in sales in a good way. so yes. so that's what i've noticed Patients have reported like on. Now i use the peptides for any kind of viral infection but also for you mentioned. Hp is one of the viruses that i helped people with a lot. And so we use that the fi miss immune pack tied to help reset the immune system. It comes to something like hp really any other virus to me. It's less about being exposed to the virus say like epstein barr h. b. b. or. You name it. It's less about being exposed. Because especially like with hp gb we know that most all of us have been exposed Ninety percent of people have been exposed or more so it's not about being exposed. It's about how to help your body. Fend off the virus. How to build your resilient. Nc to the virus. And what. I found over twenty years of helping with hp in particular is the thing that makes the difference is when i can help women to recover from stress because the stress that left us vulnerable to begin with the stress is what threw off our quarter on adrenaline. Meet our immune system less functional and turned on genetic predispositions So we can look at what caused this assembly. to begin with we can then reverse. That is a hey. Let's recover from stress and thereby help our body to be able to protect us from viruses. And that's how i find i'm able to help With all different health issues but h review in particular. We can reverse abnormal sales and even get the hiv virus to test negative on test results because the bonnie now knows how to protect you from it awesome. That's really yearly contrasted. Aren't actually donate. You have some parting words of wisdom on how to best manage stress. What would they be. You know it's it's a lot about as. I am alluding to the stress recovery process like identifying where you are with your cortisol and adrenaline in knowing that you can we can get your cortisol adrenaline back. Entre back but even in the process of getting your cortisol and adrenaline back on track and ben wanting to maintain if they are what i think about is what i refer to as care you think about it as self care right we hear more and more about self care lately i did is. I took the word care and i use it to emphasize. See for clean eating. You know so the more you on a regular basis can choose housi- choices with your foods in avoiding like sugar and inflammatory foods and eating organic right there clean eating and then the a for care is getting adequate sleep so really prioritizing your sleep making sure you get the time where you can get at least seven and a half nine hours of sleep each night and then the are is for stress recovery or stress reducing activities like meditation and mindfulness in full nissen. Journaling all these different activities. We hear that help. Our body get out of stress mode and re sync our cortisone adrenaline. Get get the pair sympathetic nervous system. A chance to to work for a little while and then the and cares for exercise so whenever that movement exercises for you you know. I really believe that. With all of these categories it's gotta be individualized and what i do. Is i individualize based on your stress type so by understanding how you remind response to stress. We can also use that to help us understand what your body needs in order to protect you from stress. Ups amazing excellent and speaking of stress. You have a free gift for us. The seven days stress respect will put that in our our notes underneath the podcast listeners. able to Get that information betham it. You're welcome in the stress reset. We do care. We implement care over seventy so it's a nice way to get you started in that direction. Which is going to help again whether you're whether you just know because of your symptoms you feel stressed door. Say you have a health issue. You're dealing with or even if you have mta jaffar. It's can it down the path. You wanna go to help with stress. Recovery loves loves. Thank you so. Much dr donny. For taking the time when we ever busy practice are sharing your your wisdom with us. You're welcome thank you so much for having to hear it so much fun to talk with you. This is dr v till next time. Sending your big healing heart hot by for now..
"doni" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Low when we're exposed to stress and so when you look at the combination of those variables I've identified find stress types where it's each person than has a little bit different experience of stress in it again. Depends on. there's some of the that's genetics. Like there's genes related to how our body response to stress in makes cortisol in how process adrenaline. And so on and part of it is based on your past stress exposure even back to childhood and when before you were born stresses can influence how you respond to stress in this moment interesting. Yeah it can definitely carry on carry through from childhood. I remember growing up in a very stressful environment. And as i came into adults the i was always way for the ball to draw and created at self sabotage and created. Those events could have that adrenaline rush in those situations. So those hormones very addictive rights your neural pathways. Your body becomes addicted to them and so it's a interesting to to. Sometimes i say to people is at you know those of us who have like genetics that make us a warrior. You know kind of like Warrior jeans they call them like Basically it makes us really good at responding to stress so we're really good at surviving through stressful experiences. But it also means. We're more likely to choose stress like you're saying we tend to choose stress even subconsciously in our life. I'm then we kind of get used to. That feels like we get used to the feeling of adrenaline and cortisol in and we of recreate the same circumstances against a lot of times consciously. It's not like we're doing it on purpose. We just that's all we know. That feels normal right right. So how does stress of backed kimchi bar. Let's explain or community Mta and different predispositions abdul jabbar. Is it really simpler than it sounds. It's it's about vitamin b nine vitamin b nine which is also known as full late and all of our vitamins. When they when we take into our bodies they go through metabolic process to be activated to her body can use them and mta. Chinchar is the gene and the enzyme that activates full of acid into full late so full of acid. We usually a lotta times here of full of acid in full late as if they're the same thing but they're not actually the same thing. Full acid is the more inactive form that has to turn into full late or we also referred to as methyl foliage in order for our body to use it. And it's actually estimated at up to fifty percents of us have at least one or two variations on that gene in so when you have mt jaffar gene variation you have. I like to carefully say this is. You potentially have thirty. Eighty percents less ability to turn full accident full lane and the reason i say potentially is are. We can have gene variations. That might not actually be affecting our health at this moment in time but if those gene variations are turned on in expressing then a could decrease your ability to turn full of acid into full laden. So you're taking a multivitamin or be complex. If it has full of acid you might not be able to use it very well. It's gonna be better to choose vitamin that has metal foley because that's essentially a detour. You now detoured around. The gene variation in this is where knowing our genes is so helpful because then we can do something about it. We can actually go okay. If i'm not using full aghast deficiently. Lemme take middle bullied instead. So i get where. I'm trying to go more efficiently now. There are important very important. All right let's shift from stress at times at times are kind of the I would say the the natural health world more people are using them and more and more doctors are prescribing them. So talk about your personal experience. you actually nets dr kevin son in russia is really the the founder or the you know the the father of peptide so stellar audience went. Peptides are in went. Dr cabins in noticed now with his research. Well and i love it because it relates back to the conversation. We've been having related to stress and unix So first off. Just the word peptides a lot of times. People hear that term in related to other things like you might hear collagen peptides or because the word peptide in science really means a like a protein. A little tiny protein is peptide. But the ones we're speaking of our specific little proteins that have been shown to have the ability to regulate inside of our bodies. So they're called via regulator's different than just any old protein that contains amino acids it actually is a protein with a purpose basically. And what dr cabins. In discovered he was In the military During the cold war you know in russia so back in the nineteen seventies and they. He was a scientist. They task him with figuring out how to help the soldiers recover from stress. You know the stress of battle and he's researching trying to figure out. How do i help. These soldiers recovered because they were coming back home with fatigue and aging signs of aging. Like hair loss. And you know they're like what are we supposed to do. These guys are totally depleted from their stress exposure and so through his research he found these particular proteins that he called peptides that have the ability to reset the genetic expression. So if we think about it is because you asked about. How does stress affect. Mta are so when we're under stress. Which of course there's all different kinds of stress. I've alluded to everything from mental emotional toxins stressful and so on the stress turns on the genetic expression so with mtv far it would turn on the expression of the gene that affects your to metabolize foley and we never ever believed that we can turn off genetic expression you know i all. We wasn't that long ago that we even learned about our genes let alone. Oh my gosh we can actually turn off genetic expression reset the jeans back to healthy default function. And so that's what he found with these peptides as they had the ability to enter into our body can vary there used by oral like a capsule or they can be injected where they can be inhaled even like breathing in through your nose and in all those different ways of them getting into your body. They then go to specific tissues in the body so they're actually tissue specific so there's a different peptide for the thymus which is part of the immune system here in our nakisa thymus gland that regulates immune system to the pinal. Glam that's in the brain making melatonin to you. You name it the iro. The bones muscles.
"doni" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Helped people. Reverse conditions like chronic fatigue anxiety auto immunity for tilleke recurring carriages mt. hfr familiar with insomnia and abnormal. H abnormal sneers and comes with hp so the main focus that we're going to talk about today. We're going to focus on stress. Andrew focus on peptides Thank you dr dining. Thanks for joining us on so happy to be here with you. some the wonderful thank you. Yeah you've got so much information to share and stress is the common word of the day. Right we kneel all the time we hear about it. We noticed beck's our health but before we go there. I always liked to find out what you're paying the passion story was. I know you are interesting story to tell us about the now. I lived for many years getting migraines head. Pain head and neck pain and that pain for me would even cause vomiting. So i might have twenty four hours of vomiting and then recovery from that and that might happen every sometimes every two weeks it wouldn't i couldn't anticipated. It would be a little bit unpredictable. So i might just wake up one day and be like. Oh it's going to be one of those days. And i would have to change around my schedule in because once it would start. It would be hard for me to talk to anyone or thinks straight or anything on. This started back when i was. I think even in my twenties. Maybe when i was in my early twenties just out of college even when i was it was part of the reason. What motivated me to study. Nature pathak medicine. Because i i really believes that there was a way for me to solve these things you see i had i say i grew up in a pharmacy because my father's a pharmacist i grew up moving While my father was working in different pharmacies in so the thing that was most consistent my life was being in the pharmacy on. You would think that growing up with a pharmacist that i might be. You know. More directed at using pharmaceuticals for treatment. But actually for for me What i heard from my father was to do whatever we could to try to prevent the need for medications whenever possible. Not that i'm anti medication. Certainly i help patients all the time with medications but it's a different view in terms of just believing that our bodies can heal If given the right diet and nutrients in support. I'm so when i was experiencing these migraines i was thinking to myself. I there's gotta be a way. I can solve this and so i went to is going to pharmacy school which i was aligned to do i instead went to nature. Pathak medical school Medical last year university in seattle washington And in the process. I learned a lot in. I tried a lot of different things on myself. Everything from different herbs in detox in acupuncture you name it. I was like a student in willing to try anything on some things would help a little bit. But it really didn't completely solve these migraines and even so even after i graduated and i was in practice in helping patients I still was trying to figure out how to solve these. Migraines and i felt embarrassed so a lot of time a lot of the time. I never told anyone that i was experiencing it. I would just find a way to kind of like you know. Figure it out myself. And i failed achiever. I'm like i'm the nature of is a figure this out and so Eventually in this is just a few years ago I'm just constantly researching constantly learning from my patients on finally put together a few changes learned about mtr which i have learned about another genetic condition. I have that has to do with hyper mobile joints the makes me more susceptible to having my joints. Get out of place and figured out what. I needed to really solve for stress for my life. I been helping people researching stress old for over twenty years. But i just had to figure out what were the stress is in triggers. They were triggering. These migraines and so i finally got the right combination for good out that i was my mattress was filled with formaldehyde ahead. A you know Memory foam Mattress you know some of these things. I'm sure you talk about with your audience all the time i mean i've just went boom boom boom boom. I made a few changes and one of the main changes. I made which. I think you'll love to hear. Is i started talking about it. I started saying to people. I get these migraines. It's terrible. i'm trying to figure them out. And the morris are talking about it in making these changes. They just went away. They stopped happening blake. The deep was deep dark anymore. So there and yeah. It's in you know it's as a practitioner. You know to be be someone. Who's you know really walking the talk really like this is what my brain does all day every day's like figuring out my health figuring out patients health in figuring out what of those systems in patterns that solve for our health issues and and so yeah to be able to say. Oh my gosh. That's that's not my life anymore and then it took me a while to kinda you know what i mean. It's kind of like other situations too. Where you you kind of pinch yourself every few weeks and be like. Oh wait a minute. Something's different. I can actually expand my world a little bit. I can do things. I couldn't do before on so it's really been exciting in that way for you. So we're all exposed to stress But why do people. Why do people seem to have a more difficult time handling stress compared to others. You know the way. I look at it this we we each have our unique what i call stress type because what we know about stress and this is also what i learned from solving the migraines and over the years with researching this is our health issues are really determined by our genetic susceptibilities anna stress exposure various types. Within that stresses emotional stress physicals dress toxins or diet as stress. So if we look at our genetics and we look at our stress exposure. That's gonna determine our health but it also is going to determine our what i call our stress type. Which is the stress type. Is how your body responds when you're under stress. So one person. When they're experiencing stress might their cortisol levels go really high and they might experience symptoms of that which might be anxiety as not being able to sleep and heart racing and weight changes and so have their body might go straight into like a high cortisol response. And i think a lot of people assume that. That's what's happening to them but it's not. It's only a certain percentage of people that the cortisol goes high. Another percentage of people quarters all drops too low and they might be more likely to feel tired and and lower mood hard to get motivated to the little bit different set of symptoms that goes along with their stress experience and then there's people who may have a combination of the two or perhaps 'cause they other quotas else one of the main stress hormone in there's also adrenaline so adrenaline can also go high or.
I'm Having Boundary Issues With My Parents
"Scott is with us. In Atlanta Georgia, Hi Scott what's up man? Hello Dave a doctor Doni Personal Dave. Congratulations Faculty is such a great addition to the lineup. We'll thank you we agree. Brother Scott and your check in the mail rather. All right waiting for that since I'm on. Right, now, so anyway, to my question my wife and I like I said, we're on baby step two. We've got a ways to go currently cash flowing kids through college my parents who are eighty years old never saved for retirement They've I called in last. Ti- last year You help me guys guide through bailing my parents out of a financial prices and then you send them through FPU and set them up with a financial coach they fully completed both and you also sent me boundaries which I read. last month, they called me to tell me not ask me that they needed need to co-sign a loan for them because my mom wants cosmetic surgery, they can't afford. At eighty though. Yeah. I don't even WANNA ask Ya. Yeah I I could make it exciting but it's It has to do with dental work. So I told them I was not going to dismiss the principles I live by to enable their behavior especially after they have sensibly learn the same thing. I did anyway my birthday was August thirtieth it came and went without a caller card. My father now spends time posting passive aggressive stuff on facebook about how children are supposed to treat their parents. Now I know I'm right by co-signing. And I'm not sure from a relationship standpoint what I'm supposed to do here I wouldn't let them starve or be thrown out on the streets but this is a want not a need. we're all angry obviously one of us who's right. But we're at astounding. Hurt, so bad I'm sorry. Ask got hate that for your brother. So. Here's the deal when it comes to what's the right thing to do financially of course, you know that you're right men when it comes to the right thing to do relationship of course, you know you don't need validation but you're right you drew a boundary that was best for you and for your family and you held them to it and I'm proud of you for that and you're getting to see what the other side of a boundary looks like when Someone Ping's off your the walls or the fences or the boundaries you drew and they choose to react immaturely and the hard part. Is You love your parents. You Love Your Mom you love your dad individually and together, and they're choosing to make their own path as adults are able to do, and that hurts in that stinks and you're going to have to grieve that But the reality is there eighty they're allowed to do whatever they want to do and I would suggest you turn off facebook and don't listen to the nonsense and you continue to be mature and you continue to be adult and yes, you send them cards on their birthday because children honor their parents and you make sure they are included when it's appropriate but. You'RE GONNA have to grieve this part of man because I just stinks. I'm sorry. Hey, for the only the only recompense you've got this, there's only one kind of a relationship that requires money to be transferred. It's called prostitution. And so if your relationship is money dependent. You're in that class. You don't have a relationship in other words. Because that's not a relationship that's a transaction agreed. I agree and so. I'm just saying it's the only way you're. You have to get your brain around Oslo. It's chapter two. I believe maybe one even in boundaries. That says you're not crazy. Remember that chapter. You're not crazy you because when you get this paying off the boundary, John described it. What you start to feel is is that you're crazy like you did something wrong I, a- bad son and my being a legalist being too hard core and so forth, and it's like No. Sky You're just asking how to deal with this. Well. Yeah. I, mean nobody wants to pick up the phone at this point. In so here's the deal call men and check in how's everybody doing. You can be the mature grown-up when there and if they choose to respond in immature ways, then then you can begin to develop new boundaries against that. The challenge with boundaries is we feel so good and we finally draw and we forget that boundaries do have consequences and boundaries do have emotional and feeling you know responses and sometimes people don't respond well to our boundaries and it hurts boundaries when someone feels like they're boundaries, me someone feels like they're entitled to something of yours that they're not entitled to. And you tell them that. Almost, always, there's a response of anger but I think we get so excited that we're drawn boundary that we feel good and we do it and it's like. We forget that tim be up against it and say, well, then you're not my son I, don't love you or if I really do cocaine and the living room. Dad Than I just won't let you be my dad if you're going to throw me out for doing that. I'm sorry we don't do cocaine. We're living room or it's going to be your fault that my. Kids are GONNA fill in the right. So people get to respond to that going to respond grandchildren are going to be hungry because of you because of you giving this thirty six year old without job for two and a half years any money you know this kind of thing and so your it's your fault. Somehow it's not your fault man I'm it does hurt when. It does breaks your heart, and so but I agree with John I mean just call them and have a conversation but here's the thing. Don't try to call them and fix it now doesn't fix they can't they're not there's no fixing this they're just going to get over it or not. Yeah I. Always want to encourage people to be mature party respectful party the relational party, but also protect yourself. Don't keep putting yourself in harm's way. For Scott.
"doni" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Jerry says I. Got It have if we tell. A we put no numbers or, names on any. Jersey. And we go in with tight shots we come in so tight that you can't see the Java formation. Of right there. Could be wrong. I'm with you but the rams are smart. there. Could. Identify, the players just on reputation you. I think you can pretty much guess at some of the formations and some of the plays being run even though you're going in tight even though you're you're lingering on McCarthy's face on the sidelines for fifteen seconds at a time, which is an eternity on Delaware curric-. You can still see enough that you can scout it a little bit and you can take away some I'm sure the rams are tearing it. To, pieces, right. We speak WANNA bet they got people pouring over every little bit of tape that they have from that scrimmage and what good does it really do? It's just it's just local TV. So they're not gonNA, pay a fortune for the game jerry why can't you just put a sock in just for a little bit just until you get to the start of the real season because what has always been about for Jerry? What's killed dollars? This was an opportunity because you don't want people to scout your players how about not televise it why you got to tell us why you just have enormous as because everybody was having I was reading a lot of teams at scrimmages on Saturday and Sunday and nobody tell about it nobody I don't know one that tells you. Missed one but I don't know what opportunity to make a book because that's the overriding free jerry. Can I make a dollar off this look everybody do pull name the I know that was ties meals that Dak Prescott, the head of the ball to that got tackled by Jane. Lewisville skip. I know that everybody knows that you you watch these guys enough. You feed the way they dress ties go have the race. I know. Their. Skill I don't get other than making a dollar. I don't get what they did and I. You know because I think this, you're going to be allowed to have maybe twelve to fifteen practice squad guys and you don't want someone to see somebody and inside of your practice guava because the guy who do I want to build out of practice squad or do I want to be able to live roster on somewhere else? Naturally. They're going to say skip I want an opportunity go play so I'm. GonNa build a lab roster pay. So this was the equipment we always say is the third dress rehearsal rectory season right this was it this is all you got. You're right it's the equivalent the annual blue white scrimmage right which I it's usually the first thing you do before the first preseason. Yes but that's all you got the because obviously Jerry lost his gates or to home preseason game, right? Right? Yes. so He's trying to. Recoup a little bit. It's not. It's just not worth it. You'll be jeopardize your opening game at Ramsgate if I'm not mistaking Jerry, Jones net worth is eight billion. Okay. So if he If he loses, let's say, okay, he loves three million dollars for become the gate of four million dollars say he lost ten million what is ten million into a billion? As opposed to, as you said, Mike McCarthy is trying to have anonymity trying to have secrecy out want to any formations I don't WanNa get away. Defenses said, I don't want to give away any special teams I don't want to give away anything I just WANNA go louder could skip because in the pre you play preseason game, they look at that old. So the opposing team look preseason, they go back because all business a new this is a new team. Let's go back and look at some. McCarthy Green Bay if some of the formation daddy rattled off in yeah. Let's go study Mike Nolan. When he was head coach and defensive coordinator you look at all that well now, if there was no preseason, there's no preseason games. So now I get roll up. Roll out obey. Is there like you know I could probably make sure your four hundred. By putting this local Dallas and you know they're gonNA. Watch it people watch because what does it going to watch the Saturday night Oh let's see the bra but in Dallas, they probably would watch it. You Know Probably Watch bill I don't get it with Jerry I just don't don't. He didn't make enough to buy sunscreen for his yacht. No I mean it's it's not worth what you could give away. Right? I could see what the format. I don't care how tight your and you can see how the pluses. Off. Off Epa visit with like Mike, McCarthy say frankly like. Avow we're allowing teams to possibly evaluate and critique our players impressed. Possibly side them from under skip what advantage is Jerry. For three, hundred, four, hundred, thousand dollars or whatever they played. Let's just say they pay the millions off really for that. You willing to risk giving away information because no matter what no matter how small you think it is somebody that's why they failed. Somebody can get can get information. That is why people were office defense coordinator skip they covered him out because they got people reading what you trying to say. Come. On Jerry. He's been around long enough at some point in jail. This had to cause Mike McCarthy's first sleepless night on the job in it had to have him wake up in the middle of the night staring at the ceiling thinking what have I got myself into. This is a Jerry special where he lords it over the head coach and says, I'm GONNA. Do this for the bottom line not for the one loss record correct skip. Go I did they're gonNA have no numbers on and I guarantee I'd look at them guideline Oh take interior you exactly who they are. I can tell you all lab but I can tell you the scale. Doesn't look at way ruin but does Michael Gallup does. That's the Polish Skim. Everybody knows who they are. They don't need the numbers. They don't need to know of the back to a digital power welcome back Jerry. Hey. Hey that's US killed me. I wouldn't out them. For a couple of thousand dollars. Gift. Will. I'll.
The Gendered Brain - Gina Rippon and myth shattering neuroscience
"It's Natasha Mitchell here. With science friction with a question. Are you a two headed guerrilla? Now I ask this question. Because in eighteen seventy nine the founder of social psychology so an important guy right. The scientists gust of Lebron right these influential words in the most intelligent rices. There are a large number of women whose brains are closer in size to those of guerrillas them to the most developed mile. Brian's this inferiority is so obvious that no one can contest it for a moment. Only degree is worth discussion. Without a doubt there exists sump distinguish women very superior to the average man but they are as exceptional as the birth of any monstrosity as for example of a guerrilla with two heads. Consequently we may neglect them entirely. Well that was iding seventy nine but so it is today. Also it seems because cognitive neuroscientist Professor Jane Rippin from Aston University in Birmingham digs into the history of scientists efforts to pin sex differences on the brain in her light is book the Gender Brine the New Science that shatters the myth of the Female Brian. And just before Australia. Waiting to lockdown and boards closed. She join me on stage at the Sydney Opera House for this is all about women festival. Thank you very much everybody. My Life's work has really been looking at what makes brains different any brains different and in fact book started much more about the exploration of how brains to be different because I am an autism researcher. And there's a great thing in the autism community that if you've met one person with autism you've met one person with autism so we really thought we need to understand the variability. Everybody's brain is is different from everybody else's brain and in fact. I WANT TO CALL THE BOOK. Fifty shades of gray matter but publishers thought perhaps air. I needed to kind of tone down the brains of areas I was looking at a bit more Gravitas so the book is called the gendered brain. And it's really about how brains get to be different particularly with respect to whether they're male brains or they're female brains and actually it turns out once I got into the research and really investigating this given. Everybody knows that men's brains different from women's brains and that's why men behave different. Trim women and men are from Mars women from Venus? All of those wonderful sort of tropes that we've all come across so I went back and I had a look at the research. I thought let's really get into where these differences are can get a handle on how brains and different and I saw thinking I think time looking in the wrong place because I really can't find that much evidence and so eventually when I really gone through the research up brains and behavior. I came to the apparently startling conclusion that the differences between the sexes. A much smaller than we ever thought even with respect to brains so the question. Have you got a male brain or have you female brain? My answer was actually. I think a we're looking in the wrong place and be with probably asking the wrong question so I would say actually having come to that conclusion and our will warn you this in case you feel the need to leave. It wasn't universally accepted. I came across this really profound belief that we really have to acknowledge that scientists like me just you know get a life get out into the real world. You really don't know what's going on there. He comes conclusions like that and the kind of discussions. I was getting from the press when I was saying enthusiastically explaining the similarity between brains for example the Telegraph Telegraph in the UK. Quieter conservative newspaper. When Christina? Doni said this theory smacks of feminism with an equality fetish so. I love the idea that if you're interested equality some kind of perverse practice say this is the kind of response. I got to mind futuristic. My finding but this is my favorite full of carp which. I'm assuming this mistake anyway. So if anybody feels the need. This is dangerous information. They're about to hear time to go. But let's just move on this. Of course it is a very old question. Are Male brains different from female brains? But we need to remember that. This didn't used to be a question more than one hundred years ago when this research started when I started to realize that brains were in some some way the source of all the kind of human behavior we were interested in and even human places in society you found that the researchers at the time who strangely enough for male a distinctive view about what they were looking at they looked at the society. They looked to the status quo and they said women have an inferior place in society which they were actually right because they didn't have access to educational financial independence or political of power. So they said what we is. Brain. Scientists need to explain is the fact that women's brains are inferior so this was actually the beginning of what I call the hunt. The Difference Crusade where scientists were saying men's brains different women's brains. Let's why another coach from the two headed gorilla man. Lebron women represent the most inferior forms of human evolution and are closer to children and savages than to an adult civilized man. So if you kind of harbor ideas. This was allies objective scientific campaign to measure differences between two different groups of people lead to bear in mind. Some thoughts bit later on the idea. This complementarity trump being a bit rude saying that women are inferior. What we should say is that they have these wonderful skills. Which will of course complement those of men who are going to be ruling the world so we must start with the realization. That's as much as women want to be good scientists or engineers. They want first and foremost to be womanly companions of men and to be good
LA Lakers: Takeaways from the first half of the season
"Win in Denver. A tough place right okay. Heading into the all star break four-game lead. I know it doesn't matter. Homecourt advantage Blah Blah Blah. How come we're not talking about how impressive first half of the season? This is for the Lakers. Everybody's talking about the clippers in the off season during the season because we live in a Wa Lakers are okay. Go ahead the last years of the number one seed. It didn't matter they didn't win a championship. The number two seed one titles is it. All I'm saying is the number one seed especially when we talked about it yesterday with the clippers if the clippers and Lakers they're all playing in the same building and I don't think it's that big advantage to beat a number one. I really don't have when they played the clippers in the playoffs. They have seven home games. Here the Rose Casino Clippers Games. There will be more Lakers fans there. There's no doubt about I think though is because we all know about the playoff. Yes we know Lebron you know. He had this great regular season but about winning the championship for both the clippers and the Lakers. I think that's why we're talking more about this than that. Great Win last night. It was a great win but it was. One of eighty two was impressive. You go to Denver and you beat them in their place. That's news that's really really. What are we gonNA talk as much about a if they lose their next game to a bad team? We're going to talk about the Celtics tonight. Are we gonNA have the same energy tomorrow? Words darn is big and is important as the Lakers in search of Lebron's not even that it's not even that what we've seen with Kawai is even last year. We saw him in and out of the lineup. In and out of the line of all regular season and then what happens in the postseason? He says I'm playing. He obviously has to play and look what the result ended up being. So with the with the clippers you automatically say he'll be sort of blew era. We see the same recipe being built in orchestrated here in La. We'll is okay you you too are starting irk me. With this whole. We saw the result the championship. Okay can we at least talk about this? Is You love to call. The warriors chip fraudulent Kawai. Leonard faced a team that Kevin Durant played twelve minutes in this series. Klay Thompson got her done. At what point are we going to say listen? It was a nice championship. Well done you. Do you mind being down Janas. Yeah they were GONNA smoke. Sorry let me let me say this off. This is the best player on planet Earth. Stuff you argue. He's in his better. This is designed to be. Why did you say Anthony Davis was better and Anthony? Davis legs Kuwabara Lakers to the Lakers. I'm not saying kawais definitely better. Clearly he doesn't control a game initiate an office like Lebron but clearly at this point a better defender at a goal to move Kawais. GotTa go to move where he had to undergo in the mid range. Yes but that's part of the discussion. He when he needs a bucket. He's GonNa get to a few spots in the mirror. Good above sixty five percent of those shots. The Brian has to drive all the way to the hole for it to be like some. You definitely think is going
Why do we like certain foods?
"We we know you come from all over the world so you have lots of different kinds of experiences and lots of different kinds of questions. One thing that's universally true is is that you all eat but you don't like the same things do you and that got one of our listeners. Pretty curious so today. We're going to listen back to an episode all about food. MARLINS ALEX I like to cook food to eat it. I'm eleven years old in Columbus Columbus Ohio and I was wondering why we like to eat certain foods for example. Why do some some people like to eat spicier food? Some people not like to eat their vegetables in that stuff. We love this question Alex. A few months ago we actually had a live event here in Vermont and we asked other kids about what kinds of food they love and hate Mac and cheese. Yeah it's really cheesy and cake because I have it every time on my mistake seaweed and salted dried. Well I like trying new foods of Grand Canyon hotdog uh-huh Alec Foods but I like dumplings. There were good taste and I like the texture. Macaroni at school could so cheesy. My Favorite I. I me and I like bitching soon. My favorite food peach because nerve. 'CAUSE 'cause there's tweet probably fix sticks or Kim surrogates. I like lots of foods but one of my favorite foods is hot. Docs because hot dogs are delicious. mm-hmm and the Bun and the Ketchup. Give them a very good taste of flavor. I like you cut down I think so. Why do some kids like hotdogs and others? Don't we got in touch with this guy to find out. Yeah I'm Chris Kimball and I'm the guy who likes to to make sure recipes work when you get into the kitchen at home. Chris Kimball is a chef writer and TV personality. He had a magazine called Cook's illustrated and and he had a TV. Show called America's test kitchen where they tried out different recipes to make sure they were as good as possible now. He runs a company in Boston. Called Milk Street Great. It's a magazine cooking school and TV and radio production company. Let's re familiarize ourselves with Alex's question while we like take eat certain foods for example. Why do some people like to eat spicy food? Some people not like to eat convection boys. That stuff studies have suggested that wild you know you are still inside your mother which your mother eats. It does have an effect on what you're GonNa like when you get a little older mother who loves carrots for example sometimes kids grow up to like carrot so they like bitter things a sweet things that affect your taste. I do think children in general like very high energy foods which means obviously sugary foods. Food sweet foods in over time I think as you get older your taste buds your palate. The way you react to foods changes in people tend to have slightly duller tastes and therefore want bigger flavors. They tend to like spicy foods by the way most of what you think of taste as nothing to do with a Palette of the tongue. That's just sweet sour bitter something called you. Mommy which means meaty may be a couple others others but almost everything you perceive as being a specific taste is through the nose or backup through the throat from the mouth up into the nasal cavity and the sensors there are going to pick up the thousand different kinds of sweet so your palate will determine sweet in different levels of sweet sweet but it's really It's the air. That's the odors that identify strawberry for example peppermint So you're smelling it rather than just tasting it with your tongue and your taste. Buds flavor is mostly about smell. And very little about taste taste the sensors on your tongue can determine different levels of the basic thing sweet sour salty bitter and media your mommy but when you get within any of those categories To all the infinite Senate variety. That's really the smell so for somebody who really doesn't like to eat any vegetables and their parents are telling them. Every the week you have to eat your vegetables you have to eat your Broccoli. This tastes good and the kid is saying. I don't like Broccoli. How do you develop a taste for things? Is that at first. You don't necessarily like well. Why should you? I mean you don't like Broccoli Doni Broccoli. I think it's A. It's very strange in this country that we seem to like to force kids to eat things they don't Wanna eat. Certainly kids should have good diets. But if kids don't like Broccoli why try try to make me Broccoli. Go find something they do like that is healthy if they want. It need an apple an apple but I don't believe in forcing foods on people that makes no sense to me. Our audience is GonNa think you're the best that's ever been on the podcast. Now you've just given all of our kids in excuse to say mom Kris Kimball enough to eat my Broccoli. When I was growing up my mother maybe eat OKRA? Tell you I still hate Okra. You have not developed a liking of Okra. Well if it's crispy pickled but otherwise now slimy Dan goofy doesn't work for you. What about spicy food? Some cultures have a lot of spicy food. So you're just going to be exposed to spicy food. And most people sort of adapt to whatever the the regional and cultural flavors are in their lives but spicy food is one area where you can gain and lose spice tolerance. Well well there are. Some people are more sensitive to spice like I am than other. That's true you can put a blue dye on the Tung. To measure the number of pappy. I or taste buds on your tongue. The more you have the more sensitive you'll probably be. That's true in in a lot of lot of research now suggests the taste preferences. Some of them are genetic for example I can detect bitterness us very quickly in food. And that's because I have some genetic markers which allow me to do that. But some large part of the population thirty percent center more. Don't have those markers so some of it is is just physiological Not just a matter of of experience and some of it is experience experience. I mean I. Is there a sense that when you try things over and over again you might change your if you grow up in a culture. That's using spicy foods. You'll be used to eating spicy food. Sure I yeah I think I think there's no question about that. You may not experience the spicy foods. Exactly the same. Wiz your neighbor but that'll be part of your diet certainly for me when I was a kid. My mom and my Stepdad used to have what they thought was their delicacy in the eighties was liver wrapped in Bacon. And I thought that was about the most disgusting thing you could possibly eat and now live wrapped in Bacon actually sounds pretty darn tasty and and that liver texture. That was so disgusting to me. As a ten-year-old seems pretty appealing now and that flavor is really wonderful. Do you know what changed. Is it just that you know. I'm I'm an adult and I've made made my brain decide that that's a good flavor. Well it's a good point. The most of of flavor is really about what the brain does with the input sensory input so part of it is getting the input but the big part in the in the frontal lobe is is where you have have emotions and memories and other things is where the brain processes this information and so your reaction to it and your ability to perceive it is based on experience. It's so you may have lots of positive memories or experiences or emotions relating to that food now where twenty years ago you didn't and that's all part and parcel of how the brain perceives flavor. So what goes on in the brain and how the brain takes those inputs imports and puts them together. People don't really understand yet. So the it's it's really brain function the controls the perception of of flavor. More than anything else. So maybe if you just told yourself every day that you really like Broccoli you could eventually convinced your tongue that your brain says you like it there risk my. It's called mind over matter. I'm not sure that works but you could certainly try it.
"doni" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"Reconcile here. Still Voice Conference and I ran across Julia Kemper Doni and Giulio is the founder of medium labs and he is here from Italy so Juliette what brought you hear all the way from Italy across the Atlantic to Newark New Jersey in the middle of July victim lobster gives the U._S. subsidiary or any Italian company video. We we found video game labs four years ago for technology scouting reason. I'm the head of innovation at the parent company medium so I'm sort of <hes> commuter over the ocean I come here to yes quite often for or five times a year. <hes> looking for information <hes> inspiration networking ideas so that's why I'm here okay so okay great transition because you talked about ideas. You've had a chance to see some of the keynotes and some of the breakout sessions what ideas or concept stood out to you that you thought were particularly interesting. You know attending events like that is important because we are overwhelmed by news everyday or our business life and attending such kind of events <hes> let us lawyer pace think listen to news already heard of <hes> and <hes> understand it really. I was <hes> very interested by the day zero of the event attending to <music> very interesting worships your workshop about the voice strategy because this.
"doni" Discussed on WDRC
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"doni" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"doni" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
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"doni" Discussed on NASCAR Live
"Pizzas Doni, Pete, welcome back. Always good to be with you. Mike. Looking forward to talking about a great week in and Darlington looking ahead, Indianapolis, it was a fantastic weekend over the weekend at Darlington. Raceway throwback paint schemes, throwback weekend, expanded these Series Cup series teams racing on nascar's oldest superspeedway. I'm my opinion. Now that was a winning recipe from day one. Since we rolled onto the property last weekend. It really was, you know, and I think that whole throwback weekend with the track is done with NASCAR has done with it. It hasn't eroded away interest. I can tell you that we have all the paints and they're still at dot com. You wanna take a look. A lot of people came to look at those saints keys with appreciate. But I think once we got what once we got beyond that and the history of attack and and ask, are Mike get down to the racing. And can decide that the racing on Saturday and the series racing on Sunday, the bojangles southern five hundred. We're was very good. We had two different stories. We had different circumstances. We had all those things that I think fans like interface where you didn't really know the outcome of how racist we're going to turn out to the very end. And I think that was the case, both Saturday and Sunday. Well, let's start with Saturday sport clips. Haircuts BMW, two hundred one by Brad Keselowski. His first ever win at Darlington. Raceway that win was aided by contact and a crash between drivers fighting for the lead in Ross. Chastain Kevin harming that certainly has that certainly it's got a lot of play amongst the conversational tones of the fan base now, hasn't it? Well, it has, you know, I guess, will you say bracket glossy works race, but as we say in the writing business were burying the lead there. You did win the race, but really the story was what happened prior to, as you said, what transpired between Kevin Harvick and Ross Chastain racing for position with thirty five laps to go. They made contact Ross. Chastain then made some additional context Kevin Harvick and the fireworks went from there. And I think you know, in the case of what we're hearing from fans is that they, they wanted opportunity like Ross Chastain had with Chip Ganassi racing to come to fruition more often than having been able to have a chance to win the race. And I think a lot of people just don't like Cup drivers in the city says, we know that we've heard that loud and clear, but the flip side of that is Kevin Harvick was raising position there and he has every right to the in that race by the rules that are out there right now. And I just thought it was two guys going Harper position with..
"doni" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"Wow, that's the worst band name of my life. We've talked about this. Have your band name one word and it's fucking an animal like beetles or the lions. You know. That's your band name. Would you ever do a live? This is something as Sam bridge Sam at bridge San zero zero. Would you ever do a live podcast? That's my standup bro. What does that even mean? They asked me to do it at this festival there like, would you do congratulations podcasts a live show. That's my stand up. It would just be basically a less Laffy version of my of my standup. What would that? I guess, and then I would put it out, I guess. I guess I put it out and have to have the the fucking it would be like a a knock good version of my standup. Although some people like my podcast better than my stand up, my dad took me side once and it was like, hey, some people were sweeten online that they like your podcast better than you stand up. How is that possible? So like I don't know. He's like you work on your stand up for fucking years and podcast. Sometimes you say it doesn't even make sense. I was like, yeah, I know. I don't know if we're going to get. He goes live on is that for being of some episodes, some guy wrote. Okay. This is a good question. Vincent list. Lavar Doni say talian. What do you do to get through nights where you feel anxious or not mentally prepared to form, but still have to. Well, you know what I have fucking saying, well, it's not even a saying, but it's something I realized the first time I did an actual show when I did stand up, I had done open mics, but I hadn't done an actual real show and I invited some of my friends. This is my first like real actual show and many times can I say that but. I didn't understand. Oh, so nervous and anxious was like, I gotta go on stage, but how am I going to get up stage of get up on stage when the name and I literally thought, okay, if I could just move each leg. In front of each other one at a time. I'll eventually I'll be on stage and then people will be looking at me and I'll be, I'll have to talk. I'll have to start talking. So I focused on just moving one of my legs at a time, which is so dumb, but it worked..
"doni" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
"And Webster's word of the day, July twenty six. Today's word is inch meal spelled as one word I n. c. h. m. e. a. l. inch meal is an adverb that means little by little or gradually. Here's the word used in a sentence from the village voice by Serena, Donna Doni Judy fights against her own body to accomplish the smallest tasks, fighting battles, inch meal in a war. She'll never win. One of the curses the hated in hateful Caliban hurls in the direction of Prospero. In Shakespeare's, the tempest goes like this all the infections that the sun sucks up from bogs Fens flats on prosper fall and make him by inch meal, a disease. The origin of the word inch meal is simple. The inch half is the familiar measurement and the meal is the suffix. We know from the more common word piecemeal, which shares the gradually meaning of inch meal and has several other meanings as well. An old suffix that means by a specified portion or measure at a time meal is related to the modern German word mal meaning time as in the German word Monge mod, meaning sometimes with your word of the day, I'm Peter Sokolow s-k-y. Visit Mary Webster dot com. Today for definitions, wordplay and trending word, look ups.
Kawhi Leonard wants out, Dustin Johnson tops the us open and the World Cup continues
"The law firm for injured workers fills out yonder dylan cousins headed declare water to begin a running progression as he works his way back from a quad injury the seventy sixers continue to prepare for the nba draft had another group of prospects out working in camden today the group in today included kentucky forward kevin knox nba draft set for thursday also from the nba multiple reports today that forward kawai letter has told the san antonio spurs he wants out leonard one of the big names the sixers could make a run at this off season golf second round of the us open after shooting a three under sixty seven today dustin johnson is alone at the top of the leaderboard he is now at four under for the tournament world cup group play action continuing over in russia uruguay defeated egypt one nil iran slipped past morocco one nil portugal and spain played to a three three draw back baseball dion stafford junior was a star catcher at saint joseph's university the pittsburgh pirates drafted him in the fifth round last year in stafford has spent this season playing for the pirates single a squad in the south atlantic league the west virginia power stafford talks about his biggest focus right now as he works to get better but catching part of being behind the plate you know being a catcher there's so much more that goes into it that a lot of people do not understand on defense is for the most important thing to being a catcher you affect the the team on many aspects so definitely working behind the plate to get better and perfect the crap the twenty two year old stafford doing a really good job with the bad hitting two eighty eight this season for the power five home runs twenty seven runs batted in in forty seven games his successes earned him a spot in next week south atlantic league all star game that sports some matt leon kyw newsradio humpbacks to newsradio a message of hope from the great cosmologists stephen hawking is beamed to a black whole i'm larry miller in london kevin news time five forty nine at penn community bank we put people before profits on gene doni president and ceo of penn community bank as a mutual financial institution penn community bank is not publicly traded and does not have.
"doni" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Five o'clock traffic jam on wild ninety four nine i'm still still still follow me she said there are now doni of indra i've got a new using i'm gonna so lewis strange she says she told you seen those faces she different people trying to hello i can just tell you this yours for more than.
"doni" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"If you saw how it was getting so bad i now can't wear my bose headphones all the time because it began to chafe irma head that is how often i had them on because at if i'm in the gym i'm reading if i'm brushing my teeth i'm reading the only times i used to doni moore's in the shower i use that for meditation out but anyway man like that's how often i'm reading i am taking in some information to empower myself to learn something that i need to make my dreams come true okay so i'll stop at that we could really go on for a long time if i knew more about your situation and where you were really struggling but if i had to guess it's those systems the routines the habits you've gotta get your kids into that so that you have that time for yourself and you have to be crazy religious about it which means you're not gonna be able to go and party and by the way i'm no sympathy for that i saw i didn't have kids i sold my twenties and most of my thirties i didn't go out didn't party i didn't play nothing i worked i worked really start dating until it was like twenty four twenty five so my wife i've said this before us is not exactly a secret but my wife was the first like real relationship ever had because then spend time dating because i was fucking working so that's why it's important to do things you love i have so many more questions about why you feel fifty but anyway there you go that'll get you started come back as more questions give me more clarity i'm super intrigued by that daniel breeze youtube.
Putin rally draws tens of thousands of supporters ahead of presidential election
"In his deathrow cell thousands of supporters of russian president vladimir putin turned out in moscow offer presidential campaign rally two weeks before the election the election itself is scheduled for march the eighteenth it's been timed to coincide with the fourth anniversary of russia's annexation of crimea an event that his hugely popular within russia itself in this election vladimir putin is seeking a fourth term that would give him another six years on top of the eighteen years he has already been in power today's appearance comes two days after putin claimed russia had developed a number of weapons including nuclearpropelled nuclear missile could something many observers say may just be a bluff functions brancheau coat tsa and amtrak testing new equipment to detect potential suicide bombers in new york city new york's penn station as the nation's busiest commuter rail hawks several agencies patrol the station and do random bag jack but screening every person at airports out checkpoints would be impractical now amtrak and the tsa or testing new socalled passive devices standoff explosive detection units set up a natural chokepoints like escalators and stairs that use hightech imaging to reveal metallic were nonmetallic objects blocking a person's body he the machines doni even radiation and don't show anatomical details just color bars or green goes like images fox's rick levin of state senate committee in west virginia has voted to reduce the proposed pay raise for teachers who have walked off their jobs to protest their salaries committee voted to lower the pay bumped by a percentage point to four percent now heads to the full senate i'm chill you fox news.
"doni" Discussed on All About Android
"No cells time for all of us to sad you know oh i'm so sorry i'm not there to see you but as you can see i am trump to the box in in a box of these said festive wait other hint at least a festive holiday themed boxes true i think that's a tree to tree or plant on the sri it'll carry and behind it i have a tech angle a life is zia light strip of has a holiday scene and that's the one it's on right now so rule it's ridiculous and and has plenty of playing havoc with your cameras lighting cohen change is lovely knives you just gotta you could just got to say you know what i planned planned it no you plan for matteo doni as flow mentioned you're here in the studio you sit next to me is flow couldn't come in and you're like well okay fine than all fly in game two held more almost ad i will join you on the set today i did this so things for thanks for thanks teaching the seats flew it's good to have year bad it's great to have you in town we've got uh a lot of hardware usually when you are in town we have lots of hardware to talk about but not only did you bring a catalogue of hardware devices i have a little something to show off flow you have something to show off ron you have the talk about you have stuff to talk it out.
"doni" Discussed on WGTK
"Am i can't help you on the issue out there are two stages in my presentation one is how inhibiting it is of happiness to beat the record by fears and number two how to overcome them the man is much tougher issue i think our number one all rational people will agree fears inhibit your enjoyment of life now i might add by the way that there are legitimate fears i don't understand why people with children climb everest because the odds are not good every what is it i think one in ten climbers dies it's a very high percentage on the other hand there's flying is safe growing israel a safe just take the most recent example and that is a tougher issue but that is where the biggest issue or one of the biggest issues comes into play or you mind directed or brain directed most people would bring directed a try bigger what their moods take over there our behavior candy in uraba linda california hike candy dennis prager hi governor harford heartattack you thank you oh my fear like the other caller my husband wanted doni israel barak are and i didn't wanna go or the old the problem of air wind water and i finally proprietor this man here and roget's my whole life why don't i selfless and go with him and i wear and actually felt very face uh like we go to the malware and there where soldiers idea all around and it didn't bother me that deeper kerry mirror done i felt very throat and it ended up to be the trip of my entire life and i wouldn't miss it because this year the beautiful call with serbia thank you for doing there let's my point and the it in her case who was a trip to israel with her husband put the it could be anything whatever it is that you fear that's why by the way since religion since the bible plays an active role of my life it's not separated from my wife that's why fear of god is such a healthy thing because the then you fear people wess van it animates me i'm constantly attacked kohl terrible things it's disgusting but it is but i march on because i believe that i have to answer to a higher drummer then the new york times these are very important the things in life.
"doni" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"All three don't got probably i'm back next year and they've been they keep you to the net turn around you know he was of guys in here for three years for him and last year you know they they really walk and while the builder recall next year they got the prospect and then i i've been people and at that point you this team the broken bell era and you know i think they i don't wanna and they're crude on all ops but that being said you know i think it's a remarkable accomplishment for them to give up or i think they understand that and and i i think you know whether they would hurt night going to go down and one but that's it an program history tyson great stuff appreciate you coming on board for compliments enjoy the game tonight in this big around the monday to cover another one thank you thank them me on dyson out the or doni and covering the oregon ducks all year long dead the guy who's been just don't called clutch for them and added debate on this earlier and i'd love to get your take on it to because it's just flat out wrong i i truly peele lists but i just think that it's dane cause and tyler dorsey mentioned he had game early this year we had a career high twenty four points think even score let's the next year top fly mcdonald's all american tied prospect decided go to oregon and then i had a will disappointing freshman year had an up and down season each year has been a nice thorn that taught of it yeah i paying that much more attention oregon basketball not at their in the tournament i watch a hand for their games during the year but not every single one of them and doors he's really grab my attention and i've followed a mock draft what the guys who know about who's coming out who's not coming out what nba team to look at it like nobody had him as a potential draftee this year this is a sophomore year nobody dead i talked to college baseball guy earlier today and he said you know kyle adores he would probably be well advise to go back to school and get one more year and show that this porn amid was just a stepping stone that that he's.
"doni" Discussed on Geek News Central
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