16 Burst results for "Dr Bam"
"dr bam" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Calling an NFL game, be a chop block on Alex Caruso. But Butler got away with one there because we've got a chance to look at that. A couple of calls seems to be even out there going both ways. There's been some big calls in. No calls. Lakers out of the timeout with a three point lead. 81 78 top drives by Robinson floats in the room where he grabs and flushes. They ran a play to get a lot for a D When it wasn't there. KCP just broke the defense down. 19 Davis 83 78 Laker lead. Butler, Looking a little more aggressive circles under the basket goes all the way to the left wing stops, the dribble lady enveloping and defensively. Butler getting low against eight passes out on top, too crowded with three over the Robinson to his left for three banks at home late in the shot clock. Look what I found. Can't play any better defense in that, so don't hang your head of beautifull Lakers Just get back to business. 83 81 Miami Back within two prayer answered 6 45 to go in Game four. LeBron at the top hero switches on to him. Give it up. Casey. He's open for three missed it Higher E about Damn skies for why they're not going for any offensive rebounds, spending a little too much time on the perimeter. There's Butler gets unchecked as he gets by the Laker delays it in ties the game at 83. LeBron's looking at his teammates. He's really upset, but hey, five guys playing defense. I think he could make you feel as a teammate like there's some pressure on you like these reactions have an effect on these guys. James got a high pick drives hard. Out and scores nearly got clotheslined by Jae Crowder and LeBron Ableto get the shot up. Despite the contact in a chance of a three point play. I suppose when you make these kinds of plays, it doesn't matter because he just splits two guys at the top and then goes right through J. Crowder and finishes with his left. I don't know how it makes that shot. See Alex Caruso comes up to get Jimmy Butler off. LeBron James. And as soon as LeBron realized it was Duncan Robinson. He goes to the right attacks Duncan Robinson side but LeBron has been so aggressive attacking the rim in the second half couple that was knocked down two threes. He's been unstoppable, gives the Lakers the lead and completes a three point play. 86 83 Lakers. 22 points for LeBron James Lakers are just getting better shots, then the heat are getting sick. Minutes to go Bam out of bio dribbles across the free ride free throw line fights. Tyler hero drives into Caruso Whistle Hang on the basket with it, but it's a travelling violation against hero. Wipe it off Turnover for Miami, Alex Crucis ability to move his feet and stay in front of somebody on the move is truly something else. 86 83 Los Angeles Lakers to one serious lead in possession LeBron James Standing dribble. Rhonda was setting the high screen that freeze LeBron for three missed it. Long rebound. Rondo's got it at the free throw line, bouncing it. Kay peace. KCP fires it to LeBron gets fouled hard under the basket, Jimmy Butler tried to keep him from scoring and easy to offensive rebound. Breaks. Miami's back right there. That's a tough call. Erik Spoelstra's really upset At the other end, he thought that fouls what caused Tyler hero to travel. Nonetheless another big turnover from Miami and because of the offensive rebound, the Lakers were gonna make him pay. On the opposite end. Powder gets called for the personally and Butler were surrounding LeBron James, who hits the first free throw LeBron with 20. Three points for the sixth time in his career, James has accumulated 500 points, 150 rebounds and 150 assists in a single postseason. Larry Bird, the only other MBA player to accomplish that is James hits the second free throw, making his free throws to test its critical 88 83 Lakers. 5 25 to go in Game four is Jimmy Butler probes inside the three point line now dribbles toward the right trying to pass it. A hero in the corner could now they get to hero to shoot Tyler with Butler feeds the Rolling butler wraps it underneath. Crowder puts it up, and it's bam! Out of bio scores down low 23 seconds of excellent defense foiled at the end twice now, PJ three by Robinson off the window in that 1 88 85 Lakers lead down to three under five minutes to go. Bron. James Tyler. Hero goes to defend him now leaves him James Will we'll shoot? The three missed another long, one that tapped by Bam out but controlled by the Lakers over the Rondo into the corner, 80 Dr Bam out of bio spins fades, A D shot, no good, LeBron and offensive rebound but a loose ball foul called underneath Jae Crowder and LeBron James with a few words after that hard foul 15 Fallon, Miami's LeBron should be shooting free throws here. Two more offense. Rebounds. The first one was a tough play was a long rebounds. Rajon Rondo got it at the free throw line, but the second one was just LeBron Bo Garden J crowd around the weak side. He just got crowd out of the way came up with the rebound. Fourth foul on Crowder. Second time in a row was Crowder and Butler, both surrounding LeBron under the basket. With the push LeBron heads to the line with 4 37 left first one Good. He's not going down. He's in a good rhythm right now..
"dr bam" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Now. No, she's talking about these insane videos we found that are like. It's supposed to be inspirational videos that are so elementary. And so they're so juvenile and so basic and they have millions, views and their shit like. Okay. Check out how insane is this your perspective on this? Brian are we celebrating something special. What's up with you? I'm not. Sure. This whole day is a surprise. Wow. Oh, exciting Nah. Remember last time I was on a day. Look I'm sorry but is it possible to get another server? Actually the only server working is everything. Okay. Well, I don't want to be mean but. If scars are Kinda hard to look at. Like Who would say again, I mean this this whole thing is like a life lesson video. So the he keeps being ray to the server I honestly I get this all the time you see I was in a house fire when I was a child he can. Spare us the detail things like that. I had no idea I still really WANNA be your boyfriend. I don't think things will work out. What now I lean please come on. Don't do this. I've already made up my mind. And they have millions of us. She she leaving is this is this is a comedy? No, no. There's no punchline. No, no no. Sincere. The, other one is like you know. Dozens of these. Why are you inside of the house shoes on? The rules take them off right now. Taking them off. Wolf's. Great. You're always making us. I'm sorry I didn't mean to. Just can't do anything. Right. Can You? It's it's really it's insane and they all. These people trying to tell everyone that their trauma is the like if this happened to your traumatize, it's more basics more. That's actually too sophisticated. They're saying things like that Dad tells us other dad he may huckabee not yelling at your kid when he screws up. Like he just came from his house, visit his friend and this guy's going, you don't have to yell at your kids. He's like that's how they learn though and then in the end. The Bad dad goes Mike is getting bad grades in school and then the Nice Daegu Mike is getting straight as who were which one's the bad dad the one that we saw at the beginning. Wow and then, and then at the very end, he goes back to his son not I've got to do. Do Great when he goes in his son Better Matt Apologize. Hasten. Only son data I'm really sorry about the grades. I promise I'll do better. Okay. You're not. I'm the one who should be sorry. Just, realized. They needed somebody to help you. Not Someone. that. You forgive me. I mean, it's one of the weirdest. This is unacceptable you. I know because I'm all about. Yeah. Constructive parenting you've got a screaming. Right. But This whole thing and every. Ends with the guy who makes them doing this? Hey, Dr. Bam, I hope you love that message please remember were not just telling stories changing lives, and when you share my videos, you're helping and change lives to I appreciate you and we'll see you in the next video. Oh. Hey. This has gotta be a joke I. That's what I thought too. I feel like they're going to make one last video I don't know man it there. There's there's dozens of these dozens and they have millions of US millions of and they all have subject matter like. Guy is rude to the sales person and then regrets it, and then it's exactly what you think. He's like you know. You can't help. You can't afford this and then. Later. On the person that goes, I can afford it. You just judge me by my shirt like shit like that. It's Just feels like you know what I think. It makes me so angry. Is because I think these guys are trying to do what stand up does without being funny right make a Mike stand up with all the funny taking all the funny and all the the nuances and any any sense of adult hood sophistication like usually you know like the best of stand up wise is not just funny makes you think a little bit but it's not so direct right you. There's a little bit of a layer in there where you go like you got some thoughts these are these are the type of people that would that will surprise you that you're eating vegan food. Do you know what I mean right that Elec? Oh, by the way. It's totally. Right you know what these are rhyming are seen a hallmark Christmas movie is exactly the hundred percent. This level of stupidity you know my husband Tom speaks Spanish and I to have been learning as Spaniel Hola with Babel because why should you just have to memorize things in its member what we learned languages in high.
"dr bam" Discussed on Break The Rules
"Will be assessing headed says a for underlying issues talking some about Lab testing how to get to the root causes of issues. That may be going on in your health as well as just the game. Changing simple things you can do right. Now without testing having testing are not testing to improve your health moments. So Dr Bam thank you so much for coming on the show and if you tell us a little bit about more about you got you doing the work you're doing in the world world. Lauren thank you so much for having me here today. And it's great being with you. Aw So my undergraduate and graduate degree is in nutrition and I love nutrition. It's kind of been less. I just loved all my education in the field the nutrition nutritional education in attritional biochemistry and I decided at a few years after being nutritious in practice practicing as attrition that I wanted to learn more about how the body worked and decided to go to medical school. And I didn't have any anybody in my family who had Md's so there's in my family but no MD. and so. I really had no idea what I was getting into. And so I really was interested in wellness and prevention and how to learn more about how the body works and then all of a sudden I was in medical school and I was like oh no it was such a focus on acute care medicine and you know naming the disease just finding the right medication to suppress symptoms and though acute care medicines really important. I that was not really where I wanted my focus to be so I was really lucky after I got out of medical school training. Did my internship in Family Medicine all in board certified in family medicine. I got a job at Canyon ranch in Lenox Massachusetts where I met Mark Hyman in Kathy Swift tablets in learned all about functional medicine. And that's when I went to my first course in functional medicine and Into thousand four and I was just blown away because perfect way that I could incorporate mine. Nutrition background with my medical school. Training really had the map in the tools to bring those both together. Which is exactly what I wanted to do so i. I was really thankful for that. I remember going up to Dr David. Jones one of the year's founders in functional medicine and you know in tears like. Oh my goodness I found my practicing functional medicine since then since two thousand four and my practices in Lenox Massachusetts eligible in this center. We have a functional medicine based practice where we see everything. From prevention wellness to cardiovascular disease diabetes prevention to chronic fatigue in autism end chronic infections and everything in between autoimmune disease. So it's it's it's really fun. It's a fun fun place to work. I'm really thankful to to be there. Yeah surgical story like serendipity that you wouldn't be all of those people at just the right time to write said. Y'All were all was everyone employed at that. Same plays exactly work mark. Hyman was working at the at Canyon ranch at the time as was Todd Levin and Kathy swift and so when Mark Left Canyon ranch a few years later he brought me over to the Ultra Wellness Center. Simple jumping into functional medicine. When you started your practice I would love to know you since you've been doing this for quite some time Almost fifteen years. I'm probably going on sixteen years. I mean how have you have you? All does the participation because I feel like speaking to a lot of the practitioners in the House even listening to us. We can jump into it. Functional medicine just like hit the ground running again. We were talking before the show. Running every test under the sign are just like completely anti conventional medicine as well. Unlike maybe finding time in seasons coming back to center of like the US just A less big on approach on the beginning but talk to me a little bit about the evolution of your practice. Yeah I think one of the things that I find over the years is that you just kind of get more comfortable with as you gather that history seeing those patterns those connections getting understanding of where these were the shift in that person's body may have taken place so where things may have gotten out of balance. You know what we always talk about him. Functional medicine that trigger and trying to understand what that trigger may be for that person right. Was it a stress? Was it an infection? Was it antibiotics right. You know what was it that triggered their shift and I think over over the years. My practices sort of evolved in terms of just having a better understanding of of figuring out what that where that trigger is end near. You're talking about testing beforehand. We do at the edge. Wellness Center duo a wide range of tests our patients if they'd like them and if it's necessary on we have a lot of options available to us to delve into but we also know that you know eighty percent of people just their body can heal when we just help them with those personalized lifestyle. Factors right the the base of the Matrix Really Foundation of our health issue. We're making the right healthy food choices and a good movement exercise program and managing our stress and an having nudity in getting good sleep right. Those those things are really can make a huge difference in terms of helping the body. Rebalance just myself. Yeah I like to say when given the right tools the body innately wants to heal itself and finding at the Guy. You're saying that statistic about eighty percent of people improved greatly just with the basics. And kinda give the listeners. In overview of what basics you would target and help people with say. Initially they were coming to you with a Health Problem Health Commission. Yeah I mean everybody's individual so I think that's what's the best part of functional medicine. The most fun is that we get to figure out for that individual person. What are the basics that they need to focus on right so for me for example? Like at I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of thirty so when I was like twenty years ago and for me I was. I was really into exercise. I think I was eating really pretty darn good healthy diet. Everybody hope be healthy. One right but for me. I was not good imagine stress. I was didn't know how to say no. It didn't stop. I didn't know how to slow down. I didn't know how to take care of myself. And so so that is you know from me what I needed to learn how to do right. And dumb and so for everybody. It's it's it's a little bit different for some one percent. Maybe they're sleeping. You know by four to five hours a night So we've got to say okay. You've you've gotta make time to sleep for somebody else. They may be you know eating fast food diet. They're not making time to cook or prepare foods for themselves. They're just going on. They're not taking time to let their body. Digest absorb the nutrients that they're eating and so we really have to just talk about. Okay let's let's get you on a whole foods diet right. Let's focus on sure. You're you're eating and you're eating real food and not just processed in quick junk food right. It's devoid of nutrients getting in those real real foods and then for somebody else. It may be that they're that they're not taking time to move you know and they're they've got all sorts of body aches because of it are gaining weight because of better so so. I think it's really important to to really get to know that person gather history. You can determine what the basics are for them to really focus on. Yeah that's really great High you mentioned the individualization something. I've been finding though in practice that most of my patients can benefit from an icon at one time was breathing. And just how a aluminium's time my patients initially for a minute and ask them to count the number of Branson a very average reading finding is between fifteen to twenty but I had another client dealer day. Forty eight breath in a minute and it was. I mean a type of ventilating telling your body. It's super stressed in ideal would be five to seven breasts. Pearson pathetic state talk a little bit about Just the stress component of disease may be in just help imbalances. We hear that word stress in. It's not joke. Sherlock heads like definitely a conundrum. But what does it mean to really address stress? I love how you work with breath with everyone because breath has such a huge impact on our health. And you know we know that when we are managing our stress. So I think it's important to have stress in our life but it's how do we react to that stress? How do we manage that stress? How do we? How do we respond to it? How does it impact us in? How does it impact our health? And so I think it's important that we that we start to have that conversation with all of our patients because we know that we're not managing your stress. Well that's impacting every single aspect of our health from the other lifestyle choices that we make as well to how well our immune system works right. We know the win were under stress. Our body's immune system doesn't work as well. We don't make as many of these natural killer cells that help our body Viruses and infections in abnormal cells in the body. We know that our digestion doesn't work as well. You know we know that. So many aspects of our health are are impacted. So it's really a great place to start for most people. Yeah do you have any favorite ways of encouraging clients to manage jazz or dislike? That actually tangibly looks like even in your own life. When you're going through your illnesses for me it was just sort of learning a lot. About how my body to the world around me and so one of the things that I started to do was journal. You know so. I said I was thirty. I was young. I had a aggressive form of cancer where it was serious. It was serious I needed to go through a lot of treatment and I was just sort of blown away within expecting this. I don't know family history of cancer. And so you know journaling was really helpful for me to write down everything. I was going through all my thoughts feelings. Experiences grief it really. It really helped a lot. It helped me move forward. I also started meditating on at that point in learning how to do breath work. And when you start to incorporate a meditation practice or breath work practice like you start to realize how crazy your mind is and you know how how much the mind can keep mind all sorts of crazy things that are just not true. Right mind is not always right as one of my good friends always says right going going. Go and come up with crazy thoughts that make really soon Worried and it's not always based in reality. And so when you incorporate a meditation practice whether it's you know you're doing an APP or you just put on some nice music or you're learning from somebody who can teach you or you're going to a class you get to really start to understand and appreciate how much stress is causing like to be not not as as wonderful or fine. I would say the one of the greatest things that I did. My My journaling was with a gratitude practice where I started to write down three things every day that I was grateful for and I started that when I watched a guy was going through treatment and I watched an episode of Oprah and you know she was it was back then when she was on TV. And you should write three things. You're grateful every day and so I started and I was like okay. This is really hard. Could think of anything grateful for and that I would just write down like simple things like this. You know I got better at it. And what's amazing with the with the gratitude journal is it just changed my whole interaction with the world around me and really helped the fear of having this really life. Threatening illness kind of dissipate. It helps it helps me feel more happy and joyful in life is much more easy.
"dr bam" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"It is. You WanNa create an environment in a culture. That guys feel that they can win games but given the fact that there's some medical history as their you wanna bring along slowly and understand what coach wants to do because they're sitting in a spot right now. Where at the end of the day? They could wind up being in the playoffs speaking sneaking in the playoffs. And that would be fun to see that. The PELICANS at the Lakers a Pelicans at the clippers or whatever you know that would be fun to see in round one. It's it's got to be incredibly frustrating for coach because look in coaching in particular. Especially if you're coaching in a place like New Orleans where a championship is way down the road. At best to know that you're going to get fired if you don't win enough games and they won't let you use your best guys and you kinda still the same time understand that my best guy is just coming off of an injury. I need to be cautious. Balancing those two things has to be very difficult absolutely and you know and then the young man has to be disappointed as well shirk. He's cooking he could've he might have finished with thirty you know he might have had the best debut. NBA Player. You know come from college in the first game in history the way that he was knocking down shots and rolling so the the medical staff is looking out for ten years from now in this very difficult. It's also very difficult as a player to be sitting on the sideline when you know you could play and when you win the game for your team for sure. Let's go to the NFL right here. The latest Antonio Brown there has been an arrest warrant issued for him oneal Brown's career in the. NFL is overtaken or shake it. Take it take key. I went back and forth with long enough with this in the moment that but I think that it's over. Somebody signed him wanted to bring him interested. But I think it sufficiently over I just think of is this time different because it's just too much I mean it's just a lot it's just it. No one wants to to deal with that. They don't want to deal with it. It's a lot. It's a lot of stuff that's going on whether it was the Oakland Pittsburgh's the the New England's and now all of a sudden you know new one brings you into working gotcha bashed in for bringing in a workout calling basically a stunt pr stunt then you got your problems in your personal life with your family members in your kids in. The police is just a lot now. You now. You have an arrest warrant which I mean. I don't really do a rock. I don't really know what happened. I don't know if he hit the guy with the rockets more details that will develop the job. Sure over time but it's just like come on man key. What would you say to him if you could get him in a room just the to you guys? And he was he would presumably listened to you. What would you tell them like with right now? He's out of football. He's going through all sorts of legal troubles problems. Like you're talking about. What would you say to me would ask him? What is it that he's looking for in life like what is it? What are you trying to accomplish? What are you looking for in life like do you? Do you WanNa be a football player. You WanNa win a logo you you feel like if you not win and Logan Football player that you nothing in life because it's not true in here's why and I would give him a game plan and say look man you got three four on how the kids got. But you've got a number of kids focus in on that. Never mind her. You can focus on your kids. Look at your kids look at the the legacy you want to leave for them. Think about your upbringing your child I would just talk to him from that standpoint. You know never mind football man. Don't get that that's out the door for. Let's forget that you got some money. Save what you can it take your keys. I just feel we've seen enough evidence in the NFL blaming. Got That unless you are Kapernick or gay. We'll let you back in. I seen enough evidence. Seems like it seems by still only according to keep you out. Everything else will work. Which I let's look ahead to the Super Bowl? Forty niners and chiefs if the forty niners fall behind. That's that's a wrap. Take it or shake it shake you take homes with Jimmy G.. If they fall behind depends on how far. So that's how it comes. Shake ten nothing ten nuns. Not Big enough. I think if it's not as if it's a seventeen type game then that's a different deal You know two touchdowns it's right on the edge right on the edge because you're line defense is a beast it's not nineteen seventy-three and he threw the ball. Aw eight times in the NFC. Also thirty five against the the New Orleans Saints Elsie hates and he you know hater. You just don't like him. I mean they ram they wind wind up on the bat. Big He did throw the ball eight times and he threw about fourteen over the last six quarters. So when you look at it that was the game plan right in there. I don't believe that this'll be the game plan. The Super Bowl because Kyle Shanahan certainly knows that he's he's going up against a guy and Patrick mahomes. Who's going to put the ball in the air and going to score some interesting? Because let's say that the chiefs get the ball. They opened the game. They get the Paul they start an offense pragman. uh-huh Bam touchdown seven. Let's say go out there and they're not able to run the ball San Francisco. They get the ball. Right back Dr Bam touchdown or field goal all of a sudden. It's ten nothing. Nothing forty it does feel at that point. That could be over real fast. I don't know man I is Keith. Pointing Jimmy G. has shown an ability to throw the football around. Sling the thing when they need them to just because he didn't do it they didn't need him to do. Let's see what happens when they need him to do it. He was almost pick so they decided. Not Ah Tom Brady quoted as saying that he's open to the idea of playing somewhere else. Bob Kraft was heard saying that. He's GonNa Resign. Tom Brady at I think you still it said that the TMZ that he's going to come back to the Patriots. You still believe that Tom Brady is staying in New England. No matter what take it or you can take take. How do you really feel some? Take it. It's not even anything to talk about..
"dr bam" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Hi It's Karen Hutton. And welcome to the WOO. This is a show full of musings about inspiration photography and life and not necessarily in that order said today. Well today. We're GONNA talk about this sneaky power of cross training so what the heck is cross cross training. Okay you in the back jumping up and down with your arm all knowing the answer okay. I'm glad you know not everybody does so. I'm GonNa Splaine the definition edition of Cross training for the sake of his conversation. Thank you very much. Okay Cross training is where you take the skills understandings values abilities abilities acquired from. Let's say discipline a and apply it to discipline. Be For the sake of improving discipline be example the the way. Let's say the breathing you learn. In Yoga helps you in your running or the balance and control perfected in dance elevates a figure Skaters Grace Jason Elegance. It's like that it's really a sports term but it applies here too so the question is how can you use this in your photography. It's fair to say that I see photography in part as a performing art and in part as a sport in addition to being an art unto itself of course so who I apply many of the skills I learned in both performing arts and sports to my photography on a regular basis. It seems perfectly natural to me so I thought it would be fun to talk about for instance preparation for performance. Now when I say that to most photographers and I do when I speak venues all around the country I always say performance art and preparation and people look at me like would so. Here's the thing. Every performer and athlete knows it takes training training obviously to be at peak performance level for competition or testing or whatever it is. They're preparing for in other words training so that you're ready to focus. Focus able to act quickly respond to the environment. Have all your senses at play. The first part of that is in you know training and getting good at whatever the sport or discipline discipline is that she see. Then there's this specific part the specific skill of preparing to have it all at your fingertips the second you step out onto to the ice to the playing field onto the stage. Whatever it is at one hundred percent now right so that's a different skill and none of these things whether whether it's you know drills and skill sets and all that kind of thing the way we're taught in performing arts and sports nor the preparation for performance none of those things are taught as part of photography? You gotta go out and get it somewhere else. And that is cross training so for instance I already mentioned Yoga Noga but I might add any discipline that helps you move better. Relax breathe ground focus and generally prepare yourself to operate one hundred her percent. It's legal and it's a good thing to do. You can even learn it from an APP on your phone. I hear people say that all the time I say go for it. So for for instance you WanNa call them and focus yourself when you visit a new place. Specially if you're anxious about getting the shod and people are hustling and bustling and you have never been been there before and You know that whole thing or say you're gonNA photograph a wedding or wildlife. They're related anytime. Actually that you feel ampy distracted or a little low on confidence or over energized you know anxious or what have you for whatever reason you're gonna WanNa calm and focus yourself off especially when you get one chance to make a great capture pressure got to learn how to operate under pressure part of that is you WanNa have soft oft is when you set out to photograph the moment. It's a known fact that Adrenalin and anxiety. Titans the muscles around your eyes which in turn earn curtails oxygen to your brain makes your breath more shallow. None of this is good for seeing creatively. It isn't even good for human life when you're eiser tight you really can't see all those great photo ops around you and then you'll go home saying dammit. How come I miss that while your brain was starving for oxygen? That's how how so another cross training skill getting your gear ready ahead of time doing your research eating and hydrating properly. I mean most performers and athletes athletes. I know have rituals around this stuff. I mean they do it the same way every time leaving nothing to chance because they know they have this one moment to bring it all all to play and pull it off and one hundred percent so they want their preparation and getting their gear and all that stuff ready to be like muscle memory so they don't have to waste any energy worrying worrying about how that's going to happen and sidebar on this. Why do photographers eat so horribly and failed hydrate? You see it on workshops all the time I mean I think we all know by now from the health science industry another wonderful source of cross training wisdom that the gut is the second brain. And it's the part of us that is really really connected to instinct brain function and focus among other things. I mean I think is so important. I made proper nutrition part of my photography retreats from the get-go years years ago. Because I know that no one can learn anything new or or creator function at their best. If they've got brain fog and a cranky gut so I might might recommend the same to you or how about this movies. Movies are a great cross training tool learned to watch them from say the color grading point of view and watch chow filmmaker uses color toned create mood and feeling that moves the story forward. Heck you might get some post processing ideas or you can watch a movie and turn the sound off and watch only how a great film introduces characters frames scenes and positions the camera very specifically using different apertures. Here's and breaking up the frame in different ways and using different lenses to tell each part of the story is very crafty. or you can study classical music say you love symphonies Zor. Symphonic tone poems will start there and see how composers us form to move the peace forward to slow it down. Build it up. Take it to a crescendo. Window and end the story in a different place than when it started. You can watch ballet for the same thing. Many of my inspirations in photography comes straight out of my music studies and my dance studies or hey here's an idea you could subscribe to master class. MASTERCLASS DOT COM. I don't know how many of you know that one subscribe to them for the month and take a whole slew of classes and stuff. You've never done before. Maybe you've never done comedy cooking music writing or even photography in a different genre than what you generally do. My point is really immerse yourself in these other areas and then let your mind open up and then plan just make up your mind. You'RE GONNA Walk Doc Away with one usable tool that you can apply to your photography or creativity in some way look for it. Be Open to hearing the CIA from totally different source when you're accustomed to. It's amazing how it just changes up your mind helps you see and think and feel differently. Here's another cross training skill. This one from sports I do drills so every big move in any sport is made up of a whole series of smaller maneuvers. For instance a double Axel in skating. So you've heard those double axels are made up of a whole bunch of skills and the ability to jump and snappin tighten up and spin and you know all those different. It skills were learned through a series of drills or fast starts in starting blocks in track and field even kicking hitting or throwing a ball effectively really happens as a result of building the skills reflexes and strength that you need to do any of those things by doing drills so apply this to geography that could mean building your ability to see creatively by making drills. Were you shoot one subject three different ways and the three different ways could be looking up looking down looking straight at the subject or the three different ways might be three different aperture settings shallow up the field. You know where you're really honing in on one thing in the scene half infocus and then everything and focused to tell three different stories about the same subject or you could try three different lenses to do the same thing. Same subject three different lenses or three different lighting scenarios where the light source is in the front shining straight on the subject from the side died or where it's backlit these are drills where you just set it up and do it in crank amount and just start mixing it up and getting used to seeing the same subject three different ways or about a million other drills you could come up with. The point is drills build skill confidence and speed. That is straight out of sports. Heck you you can design a drill learning the settings on your camera quickly without looking at it just from feel safe enough to look and think about where everything is you just kind of get it. I'M GONNA do. HDR Dr Bam Bam Bam. I want this many frames Bam i WanNa do this film simulation boom boom fast fast fast. That's what drills will do for you You could do a drill that makes you faster at setting up your camera on your tripod getting your filter attached and choosing your long exposure settings in under thirty seconds cassettes. I don't know about you but in my part of the world sunsets happened fast vast. Anyway the list goes on and on. I think my points been made doing drills is cross training again. It's a concept straight out of sports and in every discipline ever done we do them. I apply them to my photography all the time. Especially if I've lost my edger found myself starting to get lazy izzy. Hey it happens to me too. So I'll do drills so there you go. There's some thoughts on how to find inspiration outside of photography to help you with your photography through cross training. It's really fun once you get the hang of it. It's like a breath of fresh air and you might even find yourself seeing the everyday stuff in your life with fresh eyes and wouldn't that be nice okay till next time. May the Wu be with you see you later. Thank you so much for tuning in today. Kids subscribe on your podcast APP. It would mean a lot for us to have you as our regular allow listener head over to autographing radio DOT COM to drop your suggestion for future editions of Photography Radio simply to say hello we would absolutely tale love to hear from you. In the meantime have a wonderful light and we will be back with more photography in your ears fair Izzo..
"dr bam" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Minded electors their stock the mice glumness an gross tons and Bist sorry see at my congregation already wrong Zinser the best we'd be in sixty no idea what I was going to do with my life this was about two weeks before Christmas and I get a phone call and it's the the folks at Davis saying hey we'd already they'd always told me the the next year's class was already full and they said hey we had somebody who already paid their deposit just tell us they're not gonna be able to make can you be here next month and start the course and I said well as a matter of fact I'll be there so worked out I guess not through perfect advanced planning but through a little blocking planning that I ended up starting that program with still on my last day of active duty and then went through the Davis program out there with Dr Lewis Dr Bam firth and Above the Brian Davis if anyone's ever been out there and that's about a six month process take your certification exams at the end about three days of exams and passed all those and actually got a job but just down the road from Davis at Northern California Burri in little town called Fairfield it's where one of the twelve anheuser busch breweries as throughout the country so Picked up a job there anheuser-busch starting off kind of the entry level manager on the operation side so lot on more focused on packaging but quickly kind of got relegated to the night shift because is that are like hey this guy seems to know what he's doing and so we're comfortable we can sleep better when he's here at night and you'd literally be the only manager in the in the entire Brey from about you know six PM until six am when people started rolling in again I usually do an eight hour shift to that but then a few I was only there about six months in that position and my original degree was in computer science and of course you know at a at a large beret like anheuser busch there's lots of automation lots of computers and machines controlling conveyors and fillers and packers and all sorts of things and there's just you know stuff that would piss me off and it's not it's not working right else well or whoever had programmed them something was was not working the way it was supposed to and so I said hey show me how these things work and so I went who about a forty five minute course of how programmable logic controllers work and and I mean as a computer science I'm like okay I got it makes sense and started just fixing stuff on the night shift coming in you know in the morning and say hey we found this problem this bug and we fixed it and it's working great now and and so after about six months there they said hey we got this engineer position that we would really like to interview for so then I spent about another year and a half there as the kind of Lead process engineer for the for the packaging department so you back in California Still California's still so then gap where both of you guys come back here and I guess we should hold that thought just for a second boss we comment on the October fest so we've been sitting sipping listening to your fascinating stories somebody it's beautiful it's beautiful it's delicious it's almost gone God I believe yeah and I I love the way that the the lacing goes to the site of this you know this is an October fest that has the body to it because otherwise this isn't GonNa Happen Right Yep yes so we use one hundred percent imported German malt and We do a pretty we step mash on this guy nice big long protein rest and those are on gradients are just so good and if you just treat them the right way they're going to they're going to you like ninety percent of the work for you if you give them a good clean environment and you and you just kind of treat them the way that the Germans would treat them it's not impossible it's it's almost the ingredients are being are begging to be made into this and I I usually find an can you you probably know this better than me but I usually find the difference between people who've made an American October fest versus a more European Gemini overcast or fest beer but I guess a spear is slightly more log Ary yes so what we need to do is probably explain the difference so originally Fest Beer October Fest Beer was was madison beer at the Medicine Bureau served which is the the darker kind of more residual sweetness variety that you actually see out of places in America that was the original and around fifty years ago that Munich brewers started wanting to so more beer which is a natural thing for to want to do and they they start playing around with lightening up the grain bill on the on the fest beer because they just thought hey if we make this a little bit drier little bit less residual body and sweetness we're going to be able to people are going to drink more and we'll do better as a brewery and what they did is they morphed medicine into fest beer or season beer named after the meadow where October fest takes place that's what this is this is modern visa or fest beer that is is not American it's it's the dryer just more sociable more crushable version and if you're GONNA Be Drinking this by the leader like I I would we we really liked the style better it's what you would get if you went to Munich Three weeks ago and to the October Fest you would get a v season bureau festival style you would not get American it's very almost impossible to find an actual classic style beer in Germany they've pretty much stopped making it they'll ship it here to the US if you look at the spot in bottle they'll say Ericsson and the you are in German just means like old style so old style Garretson and it's the darker darker version but in in Germany I was never able to find an an Ericsson from from spot and I only found their their modern fest beer and it's just delightful alcohol on it too no not really I between a merchant NFS was their temperament alcoholic site could hurt one point in time they they were pushing that down a little bit because of all the trunk tourists and they were trying to figure out a way and I was one of those nights seven ten liters a certain percent versus ten liters in another percent and they were the a starting gravity of at least thirteen and a half degrees Plato it doesn't stipulate where where that beer finishes final gravity but yeah fest beer needs to be at least thirteen and a half degrees Plato which ends up being a beer around six point Oh if you're kind of normal attenuation which is what IOS is you're just like pretty much every German lager we make we use a combination of middle fruit and Harris Brooker both classic German varieties out of the hospital little magnets forbidding their shirt magnum forbidden we kind of bitter with Magnum across the board almost on every beer and then we finish our German lagers with middle through and harassment it's just a nice Combo little bit of menace from the hairs Brooker and that that classic German floral bouquet from the Hallertau middle fruit expensive Yeah fairly expensive but not like Sitra expensive if you looked at our like our hot budget mm per barrel were we probably spend the least amount of money for on hops per barrel of any brewery around maybe in the state just because we don't make a lot of the the crazy Z. Hopped Beers So we I think we have contracted middle fruition hairs Brooker hops for between eight and ten dollars a pound which is pretty reasonable John John had asked us off Mike he wondered about you maybe being asked to send beer back to Germany government contacted by relatives yeah my brother-in-law Yohannes flow goes make sure that we have a suitcase packed full of our we got Stanley still growlers that we zip tie shut and bring back for him but no commercially there's a lot of really good beer in Germany and Germans aren't begging for American craft German as stone has well no I understand yeah and and you know what some German Breweries are starting to play in that field a little bit and some are some are are making some pretty cool renditions of of kind of more modern American influenced beers yeah the the Germans don't there's not a big demand for foreign beer in Germany and I don't expect that to change well this one is absolutely delicious why can say again is Bronson Ross Order of Montreal two Bolts Argon easy Volkswagen might have I did not find tight all right so we have and provided with a couple more samples and Darren very rightly say wouldn't you light to try one of our American styles because they actually do have a couple of them on them one of them is good there I really liked the way you've named you'll be I mean it's taking a long time to name these this one is called American Laga which is basically what it is right and up on the sign up there it says made with Champagne County corn and I'm GonNa Bring now from stories of where you were and how you going to bring hopefully back full circle and to think it was two thousand fifty when you guys moved back into Gem County and into this area yeah and how you go into this building and got the brewery going okay so that brings us back to the champaign county corn right it's just a little tip on that never have having grown up on a corn farm it's one grain that we knew we could grow here so and as the the macro bree representative side of the family I said hey you know why don't we just we don't have to brew all Germans styles we can brew German and American Styles and maybe some more traditional American styles such as an American lager that uses you know whole whole kernel unbolted corn unprocessed. I should say so to do that we found a kind of a synergy between germ undoing and American bring and I think we picked to good beers here to talk about it with is that to use on malted corn as an don't in brewing you need to have some sort of way of of doing an American Double Mesh and having that hot adjunct mash to gelatinous the cornstarch coal barley mash mix them together so we need to do that we knew we were looking at kind of more complex Brew House setup than what typical American small brewery starts up with which just so happens to be the exact same type of mechanism you need in order to do decoction which is what the d'appel Bach it's a double macaca d'appel Bach which on a lot of styles you know we don't we don't do to caution I think we make good examples of of traditional German Beers secret is most German brewers don't docked most styles anymore because modern malt does not require to be to be deducted the double bock though we really liked to double cocked because that helps us layer some mall complexity through that double decoction that you could try dissimulate with Melanie Welden Malt but I've always found when you try to do that you just get more kind of a cloying sweetness of one dimensional mulled character where when you take just a ton of Munich Malt and you double the cockpit you get a layered but dry and more more balanced complexity so these two beers here they're very very different they're both loggers but you know one classic German Dabo Bach and one an American you know whole kernel adjunct corn lager they use the same mechanism in our rows are four vessels system to be able to do both of these beers and that's pretty uncommon there's not a lot of four vessel decoction capable systems in operation in small breweries mid doubles the price of your house so and I should say that he's referring to our other beer which I don't think we introduced but a oh sorry I'm not good at this unkown grown on your own farm right so you're back back in your farm and how did you get to this building well which is how far from your phone about a fifteen mile drive for me in the morning okay which is not bad at or just drive out air about like three minutes it's exactly eleven miles southeast as.
"dr bam" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Story. Austin family is still feeling the pain mourning the loss after their trusted veterenarian action killed their dog unbelievable. Yeah. This is the Briggs family. They have now filed a lawsuit in hopes that, that leads to some closure. Not quite sure what they're seeking seeking money, I guess we'll just an explanation start. Yeah. Just an explanation. Nice. Their dog taking this dog to the family for a long time, many years. In fact, this veterinarians been well, he's been a vet here in Texas for four decades. He says the brakes family said the only reason that their dog ni- is, is now dead is due to a vet's mistake was only at the vet for a routine Spain. But apparently, there was some confusion something happened and the dog will ended up being euthanized and it was revealed via Email. The doctor Dr van Vander mouse. That's his name, he well, they the accused vet has treated animals for more than four decades. And he says, the, the Briggs family is mistaken the allegations that I youth Anais their dog is absolutely not true. I've been a veterinarian for more than forty years, and this is something that just can't happen in practice. There are too many variables in details that have to be completed before a dog is youth Anais. That's what Dr bam. Houston said the Email has nothing to do with the dog being euthanized in any way. What happened? Exactly the Briggs family is still searching for some answers, and they said the doctor hasn't responded to them for a while. This is incredible that he hasn't responded in any way, not by Email not by phone, not by anything to, to even at the very least say, we're not sure what happened here were looking into it. We're trying to figure this out. We're so sorry for your loss. This is tragic nothing. How do you not even respond? Well, we don't know when this when did this happen. Well, the story doesn't even say win this assuming it happened recently been happened just a few days ago. Let's give the, you know, some time to figure out exactly what happened in its practice. He may not have been there that day or something like that. Right. I mean, there should be some kind of clear explanation. If it was a mistake, the did the dog turn ill, and, you know, get sick or something like that. And I write he, he should of at least offer this family and expert. Nation, even if it was just a few days ago, he still needs to say, we don't know, yet, we're looking into this. This is horrible. We, we'll get back to you soon as possible. The family has now hired a lawyer in trying to move on from this heartbreak. The executive director for the Texas veterinarian medical association, is that there are no mandatory guidelines that must take before putting a dog down. He said that the most of the animal hospitals have policies where they receive a signature from the family before proceeding for, for safety sake. If you do make a complaint about a veterinarian. They say contact the Texas board of veterinary medical examiner, there's no mandatory like, you know, industry-wide in Texas regarding that's kinda strange that there's no no mandatory procedures. Actually, that is just kind of sounds like kind of an office by office basis. I don't understand that. You know, the, the law or the, you know, the internal workings of how dogs put down right? But I would think if you're a veterinarian you wanna get permission, right? Just don't just put down somebody's doll. No. Could this be the, it's not the veterinarians fault himself? It very well could be. Yeah. But, but again, the fact that he is not even responding because you know, as we know dogs in whatever kind of pets can be family in this is a big loss now that he's being sued, he probably shouldn't talk. He should probably let his lawyer do to talking. Well at this point. Yeah. And I'm trying to figure out the Briggs family what a million dollars for the loss of their property, the dog, or do they just want an explanation. Sure. Explanation v of fantastic star. That's good. If things do happen accidents do happen. And you know, if they get an explanation, maybe there's a an understandable, one. All right. Stay with us. It is five fifty three here on the Totta, Don show. The shitty council has approved a new shelter in south Austin somewhere and it should be up and running very soon. We'll talk about some of the details of that after we take a look at Austin's on time, traffic and our forecast, straight ahead, Todd and Don show. How do your own personal recruiter to help you find a better job and they would say, hey, found a company that likes your profile and may even pay you more. Well, if you had a personal critter, that's what they do. But now ZipRecruiter's technology can do that for you. Just download the free ZipRecruiter job. Search up customize your job matches and its technology..
"dr bam" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Jackson's like all right enough of that. You know, like, oh, no, no. Then Jax goes. So you guys come into the bachelor party. It's gonna be bad. Nothing. Good is going to happen on that. I was like he's just asking you. If you're faithful, and you're like, you wanna come fuck some strippers at the bachelor party come on Jags. You know, it was great is at my sky totally disconnected during that. But I watched you on TV party doing that entire rance. And it was great. Doing this. And I didn't know what you're saying. But I felt it. He's so infuriating. And then the some guys like, well, are you gonna ask for everyone's blessing again, you know, we want her to be loving terraced and Jackson's? Yeah. But like she gonna love and cherish me. Who's asking that? And then he tells us he's like, I don't know what part of the country. These people are from like, you do do you literally you're getting you actually know where they are. You're getting married in that part of the country in a castle was barely makes sense. And then like Jackson's now now he's like eating this cauliflower like a goblin. He is a complete just sitting here just like hunched over it like Anthony questions like he's like, whatever. Whatever I don't care. I'm not left in. Josh. I'm not loved and cherished like why would she love and cherish this monster who's got cauliflower salts Oliver's. Mouth. Like Homer Simpson. Yeah. What do they keep saying gonna eleven shares her what about loving and cherishing meet what what happened to take care of your husband? A west is like west the brothers like wail, it's important in how you talk to each other and Jaksic. Well, I always have to have the last word. So like, no matter what she said. I'm like shut up you stupid bitch. It works out. Pretty well. God he's such a pig. And then he's like look look at I love Brit to death is always what he says before he fucks somebody over many like, but I gotta take care of this guy. I right. I'm always going to be number one. Now, there's been discussion of this online where people are like, but you do have to take care of each other yourself first before you can take care of anybody else. Okay. Guys. This is not an airplane where the airplanes crashing and then oxygen drops down. And you have to give yourself to him before you give it to the baby. This is not the same thing. K Jackson sang, Texas being a total pig. And if you don't if you're going to read something into this statement that he just said and get let him off the hook. What about the you've have about her taking care of me? And when that guy's such a plate. So he has to look after himself, and she has looked there you to how about you look after your partner on your partner. Looks after us that way by looking after your partner, you're essentially looking after yourself, I'm and I broke caveman eating and. Was like a caveman. And then CENA's tax vac thing way is this next week. Or did this happen right now must be next week? Because that was the end of the episode. Oh, it was where's the eat the whole part because CENA's texting? And then they're like Heggie meeting cares. Like I saw Jax. I saw Jackson. I said, hey, come over here and talk to my friend. And he said I wanna eat her aide whole rotten row. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was like interspersed with this. I didn't even thought it writing that down. I was like I don't think I want to participate in this anecdote full there and they're like sisters right here. I'm his sisters right here and Jenny's like, yes. Sounds about. Right. No. Well, that brings us to the brings us the end of another fury aiding episode of Andhra pump rules not much happened. Yet, we found everything to happen with tina's Sheena is like one of the few things. Keeping us this season. Although I don't hate this season. I like it, but she is truly the high point for me. Dr. Bam. Bam. You see my point. But now he hates me like I used to match my high point and now I like much my low point, and I'm like everybody. Thank you so much for being here. We will be back tomorrow with. News and go get tickets for life says Milwaukee Minneapolis, Irv line. Baltimore
"dr bam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Who also looked at nifty hustling example in his role model of someone who can get out of that life and can effect positive change in their community who doesn't have to be defined by their past that. CBS correspondent Mola langey reporting. The news continues for state of the art weight loss the masters tournament has a familiar name flirting with the lead. Tiger Woods had twenty feet for birdie on fourteen when he did this way out there. Understand that general right there. Minus two only one stroke off the lead as for North Texas native, Jordan speed he's having a tough time today currently sits at three over par. Well, meet the person who made the first ever image of black hole possible. Dr Katie Balan twenty nine year old computer, scientists who twenty seventeen actually predicted this would happen during Ted talk. What a black hole might look like we've never actually taken a picture of one before. However that made soon change we may be seen our first picture of black hole in the next couple years. Getting this first picture will come down to an international team of scientists and earth size telco an algorithm put together the final picture, and she is these scientists who helped develop that algorithm that healthy earth. Horizon telescope put together the image. She started to develop it three years ago while she was a grad student at MIT, Dr bam tells nature they're already learning so much from this image. Ring whitening. Didn't know we're going to get that ring what we were kind of got into the blob and seen that ring.
"dr bam" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"From what you said if you were doing a clinical. Observations of our Kelly. You call him a sociopath. What what is that in a psychological term? What does that me? Right. Well, one of the things let me just say is that I've never examined him. So I don't know for sure. But I can't say just from everything that we paid attention to that. He's charming. He's manipulative that he lies a lot. He commits crimes. He doesn't have any kind of remorse. He doesn't have the ability to love people or maintain connections. Those are all examples of someone that's a sociopath. So if want throw and Trump we can do that too. But that's not. But let's be really clear that this behavior is not just the focus on the parents. This is somebody that has crafted a skill over many years of being a sociopath and being able to manipulate not just the parents, not just the children. But also the people that work for him. That why he married a Lear at fourteen fifteen we didn't know I mean. He married. I think the judge made a point of an adult had to go into Lear parents actually find out because once again tremendous of voice like hers come once in a lifetime. This girl was very talented. Many of us. I wouldn't a follower of everything that was going on back there. And I think what did I don't know what year that was is in the ninety four nine ninety four ninety five or somewhere around there. She was kind of one of his first. Victims. Great. Thank you. That we're of high profile. He produces our first record. It goes on be a star superstar they go on TV program like one, oh six point one in programs Dresden's, saying close in the in the people they interviewed him, and they are y'all in a relationship, and they never frontally answered that accounted dance around. But long story short. He's fifteen. They Ford your birth certificate. I think he's twenty eight somewhere twenty something about that time Ford your birth certificate before marriage certificate. I'm sorry to make it appear. Like he's eighteen and they are married. Who failed in that regard? Because one of the adults said look. Thank you may have been security team went in had the marriage license four when their parents found out. They had an old apparently. What what would concern you about that again? And I love what he he's a gifted sociopath. So not only does he get it in his music. He is he's above average, even in the behavior that you're seeing among sociopaths because he has at artistic piece. So yeah, the entire community. And again, I'm going back to what we're observing the people that are Kelly have in his circle who are doing the bidding. They're facilitating the work that he's doing this is where our level of concern really really comes in the parents. Yeah. Even to the fact that they got it node, you know, I don't know that the to would you got a note because it became known you seed. So I get very very uncomfortable and in this day and age, and I know we're going to make the turn started to begin talking about solutions. But definitely in this day and age in a world of where we're in a city. With the highest amount of sex trafficking occurs in the world is here that we're at a at a point now that we have to be more guarded with our children than ever. So with the Lia getting married everyone. There was nothing hidden about that. Yeah. Dr Pam they said, one of the great, George Nells say, you know, the predator was hiding, in plain view, he was he was just plain view, and we talked off line. I'm coming back to you and just bring Dr bam Thompson in conversation. Many of these victims. You know, we saw some of them some of income for in your work women with trauma. What needs to happen for these girls? Because a lot of time the focus is on. We'd unheard even people. And this is probably what got me more than anything. These number dealer fast hill hot behind girls and they pursued him. In the work. You do of those who've been that a female that have been through sexual trauma. Does the victim. Get blamed often does she carry the blame. Or should she showed us some of the blame in in this? So the victim often does get blamed and the problem is really generations deep. So grandma, mama daughter may have all been victims of molestation and all had really distorted values and all had poor parental supervision. And so one of the things we've been kicking around a lot here is that there was a sort of a gravy train for for the the families involved. And so we have to look at what the family is prioritizing as its value system. I what is it that we're glorifying in our homes, and if we are glorifying these people we see on TV and Instagram and movies, and concerts and so forth, and we're not glorifying those. Things that are lasting and timeless and don't have more of an anchoring in family in God and things that will transcend all these worldly things temporary. Then you're going to see people get very enamored by these kinds of things. And parents think that always just kids it's just it's just a phase or this is what everybody's doing. And they're going to be gravitating for this without any anchoring in anything bigger than themselves, and the secrets will continue and your secrets make you sick as we've talked about when we come back. It was not only the girls and who were.
"dr bam" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Eleven thirty to noon at F, an eighth street northwest DC we're trying to raise money for children's national hospital. And we're asking you to stop by and light up talk to bear. That's right. If you stop by and you make a contribution and help light up, Dr Barron know that you're going to help kids and children's national do the very important work that they do know kid ever turned away because they can't afford the doctor bills in the medical bills. That's so great for families, especially this time of year, but all year round. And if you do give one person will go home with a pair of tickets to be a part of the iheartradio jingle ball was Shawn Mendez, Meghan Trainor and the chain smokers. So if you give you could receive again that's today. Eleven thirty to noon f an eighth street northwest look for the wash FM. Team right there with Dr bam. It'll be an amazing amazing time. And by the way, thank you to everybody at children's national for everything that you do it is a privilege for everybody here to partner with you to save lives all over the DMV by now, we got to get up to speed with things you need to know as you get out the door on a Tuesday morning chilly. What's in our input ago? Police say multiple brooms have been found on the grounds of Damascus high school in Montgomery County. This incident happened amid a hazing scandal where five football players sexually assaulted their teammates with broomsticks four of those five students involved in the scandal currently out on bond and were charged as adults. Meanwhile, Montgomery County high school teacher facing DWI charges in connection with the deadly crash that happened in North Carolina nNcholas said poor who's an English and teacher at quince orchard high school has been charged with DWI and is now on leave a new installation about the capital gazette. Mass shooting is on display inside the Newseum. The Baltimore Sun reports that the installations called behind the news a deadly attack on community newspaper, and it focuses on the risks journalists face and also details how the staff of the capital gazette put out a newspaper the day after a gunman opened fire in that very same newsroom. So you ever wonder how much time you waste sitting on the toilet thirty to forty five minutes per session. How that's a little. No. New study revealed that an adult spends an equivalent of eight months of of their life. Okay. If you were to add up all the time. So the average person. No, you're not normal. The average person goes to the bathroom. Let's say twice a day to do a number two and six times to p okay. That amounts to fifteen minutes every day. Fifteen minutes. Total Toby all those visits. Visit forty five minutes. Good quiet time. You're really needs to be more productive with your time. You can meditate although sometimes your legs. Pain. Okay. Two hours a week on the toilet. Toby Knapp, spend six hours a day. Now, you know, the rest of the story. Mostly sunny skies. Highs around forty one today right now, it's thirty seven at six twenty four of the story. Yes. You want to win some stuff are.
"dr bam" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Everything's cool on the fly. We meet Dr you Hagans comes and gets us. See I like this little sign like riding Kerr over there somewhere. Let's I I had to take a picture this like, this is crazy. He taking us up on the air force, and this is a small little airport too. So like is mad efficient to me. Just like you. How about the plan your bags pop out? And you just keep walking keep going out rather do here. Big airport. I was like I'm fine with that baby. We met Dr Sarah florini who we've heard about through twins. Yes. He's written about us before she's reading about black podcast. You got a book coming out next year? She has a book coming out. So we got to meet her for the first time, which was cool. 'cause you know, it's kinda internet thing where she's literally studied us and knows so much about us that you know, that, you know, we don't necessarily know her like that, you know. So it's kind of. So it's kind of interesting thing where you know. And then because they're like doctors, and she they're like, Dr ended up all like, you know, this is an interesting phenomenon that you must have a lot of where this and the theory of it's right? And then they like using these words to describe what we do that negative happening. This latch like flowery. But, but if Obama cabriolets word, well, I was gonna say but precise their flowery. But for SEIs words that we just haven't thought about ourselves in that way. You know, they're like. Yes. Well, you know, the digital. I don't know they were some like, he's not I don't know the digital. The aspirin you buy. Yes. Something like that. You just like. Yeah. I guess. That way. Yeah. Am I connecting all the way back to like black comedy and black media throughout like time and shit? So, you know, it was cool to like, you know, here don't talk about it. And you know, they're like ask, you know, asking us like questions about what happened with this. And what were you thinking? What that and that was kinda cool. We're getting to the beach we thousand yes hotel, the hotel was beautiful. And it's like, you know, palm trees, I I can't believe I went out way out there forgot to pack. My shores I had bought to camouflage pairs of pants and no shorts. And it was like why? I know I thought I had my my hand just forgot to put him on anyway. So we went out there. And we go to like, I said hotels, beautiful view beautiful. They had like it was the hotel Irvan or something. And they had this like elevator with the light. You can look outside and see all of palm trees and the weather in the peach and shit. Dr bam tickets to the beach, and we'll take a patriot on the beach. We had like a person that was living. There took a picture of us together, which I was like, man, I hope hope this isn't like some annoying shit. They get all the time. You know? But it's Kelly somebody that people are pretty nice they re air about a real lay back in. I guess I've never seen this like you walking. It was almost like traffic. Stay to the left to the right, people ran and moped and all pass Chelsea. Okay. This this is just the thing..
"dr bam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One more time eight four four seven four or five talk. You have so many interesting scenarios. Let's run a few before run through a few before we take some calls from listeners one of the stories. You told us off the air is one member of a spousal unit is anxious. So she's wanting to watch the news all the time. The husband is turned off by that. Because watching the news is making him anxious. Can you talk about that couple and what they represent? Yes, sure, you know, anxiety management is been really a challenge for a number of people and we all manage her anxiety differently. So for some people the more information, they get the more they can reduce their anxiety and for other people. The more information they get the more their anxiety ratchets up. The problem happens when you have a couple where one wants to be. Listening to the news and watching TV all the time. So that his anxiety can be lessened and his wife is somebody who when she sees Donald Trump Burke. Here's news starts getting more and more anxious. So it's affected couples. It's affected individuals. I want to piggyback on something David said, David said, you asked him about gas lighting, and do people really believe, you know, when the president tells them, they haven't seen what they know they've seen, and I would say, he's not making us crazy. But he's crazy making. And it's in the crazy making that people are having difficulty if you if you think of anxiety, right? How anxiety is a felt sense of no control an unpredictable future a feeling of no escape. When people have that sense. And if they start worrying and worrying worrying, they can we call ruminating worry their way down to depression. We, of course, depression is also the stuff of law. So these are the things I mean, I can give you some clinical scenarios. These are some of the things people are talking about a lot in my office. So let me ask you how you would resolve that first scenario that you laid out where you have one spouse who wants to watch the news a lot to reduce her anxiety. But watching the news makes the husband more anxious. How would you counsel a couple like that in a case like that? She's gonna have to be watching. She he's going to be have to be watching the news when she's not in the bedroom or in the living room, and it's a reduction in their shared time. You know, it's the best way to do it there. I had one couple that just decided that the bedroom was off limits for the news. Vase sort of you know, like we do with little kids, and we say, there are certain rooms that you can bring your toys in certain rooms, you can't there's certain rooms in this house. You can listen to the news and certain ones, you can't let me raise one other scenario of yours for listeners before we go to phone callers. And this really crosses party lines. This is not about you taking a political position any of this. And so you've talked about how many Democrats are feeling betrayed and abandoned by their representatives essense. You know, somebody should open their mouth and say, this is crazy, but many Republicans are feeling shunned and rejected and wounded and not understood and they're feeling even silenced. Because so many Democrats are feeling this rage. Can you compare and contrast, well, you know, everybody's paying of course is their own pain. I think that if somebody who works with a couples as well as individuals with couples oftentimes, it's helping one understand the other the communication here. Each other more. I think the issues run deeper now in the divide. I think that as you say Democrats are feeling really betrayed and Republicans are feeling so rejected and misunderstood. And nobody's trusting anybody. So when we're we're living in two worlds, right? We're listening to two different newses. That's even a word. I don't know. Yeah. It is now. And we're told the press is the enemy of the state. So then who who can be trusted. So people aren't trusting each other. And with a sense of trust. You know, our whole socio emotional world becomes a very dangerous place. And you see an outcrop of this in a sort of sense of paranoia. And you see this in the uptick of xenophobia was happening with the immigrant families in separating the kids and people intense cities. It's terrible or Charlottesville is a, you know, an example of that. So. Making a lot of people certainly in certain demographics feel unsafe. And I I think there's something else that the president's style is one that's really filled with a lot of uncertainty. It's always a changing landscape, right change, change, change change, and that's hard for people. And that's scares us. Because it's unpredictable. If you go back to what I said about anxiety. And so what the president has done is. He creates a lot of chaos and uncertainty. And then he tells people that I will make America great again. And if you just listen to me that other stuff it's fake news. It's baloney those, you know, blah, blah, blah, listen to me people are holding onto that because they're scared. I think everyone is scared. Let's take a phone call Paul and Saint Louis you on America Online. Hi, Paul, thanks for taking my call. Listen for a long time. My first time ever calling it. So my call you there. And what you just said actually speak to what I'm talking about. This message. The media is the enemy to be making America great. Everything's great. Again, kind of goes in line with the gas lighting comment that I've wanted to bake it. There's the distinction that you made earlier in the program where you said the gas lighting, it's, you know, maybe it's not quite gas lighting what he's doing because you know, what to be a bald faced lie, but I am a lean liberal. I live in the city, but I come from a very Christian conservative and rural family, and all of them are very strong, Trump supporters that are regularly telling me how crazy I, and it's it's where that's where the seed of doubt get placed, and that's where sort of the craziness happens. 'cause I seeing the Baltic that could are blatant and apparently coming from the White House. And yeah. Trump supporters are are really pushing forward this agenda. You can't trust that. Right. But your relatives on trying to trick you into thinking, you're crazy. They really believe you're craze. Exactly. Misperceived reality. So Dr down Baker talk to Paul. Yeah. Paul I've really feel for you. Because you know for all of us, our parents, our families are the people who first defined reality to us. So they live in the core of our being, you know, you're you're you're a little guy and your parents said, you know Cup then you said Cup, and they said. And then, you know, you got more abstract, and you pointed out the window instead sunny day sunny day. So they were right about a Cup. And they were right about sunny day. And they were right about doing your homework, and you would do well in school, and Dan, Dan, Dan. And now, they're telling you something that is absolutely counter to your experience. So the poll is there because they are the original definers yet in your own sense of reality right now in terms of you know, what you're exposed to it's running counter to that very very tough. I I've had people. Have difficulty going home and visiting their families. I I've had somebody who was engaged to a a wonderful young man, but his family were Trump supporters, and she seriously considered breaking the engagement because who are these people all this. You know, go ahead, Paul. Let me ask you one follow up question because that other scenario that I laid out about and it's really from our guest Dr. Bam Baker about how Republicans feel and conservatives feel psychologically, and that when they see the rage the outrage from I guess people like you that they also feel wounded and misunderstood and even silenced by the rage that you're directing toward their points of view is not just different from them. But unacceptable are you getting that from your family to I think that so I'm the first to get a college degree? I am. I try to pay attention to the data. I work in analytics, and I think that what ends up happening when I tried to engage. I try to engage these conversations from hard data points, and what I do that it just gets brushed off as oh. Well, that doesn't mean anything anyway, or you can just make up numbers whenever you want, and you can point to sources and just the the belief isn't there, which I also find interesting because it's all about go to school go to school go to school. And now that I have this education, and I tried to bring it home. None of that's real. Yeah. Superior to me, and we're not gonna let you do it Paul. Thank you so much for calling in as we continue with Philadelphia clinical psychologist, Dr Cindy bound Baker on how the news is making me crazy. Can you expound a little bit on that Republicans scenario that I mentioned before that I think we didn't really get to it. And you heard from Paul about his relatives? But this this reaction to the rage that liberals or Democrats have as somehow not just being different. But being an attempt to silence them. Yeah. Well, I think it's very tough. I'm going to shift a little bit. And and feel for the people who are Republicans right now who have lost friends, those, you know, they really believe what they believe and the rage that I think there's reach really on both sides, and whenever we're feeling rage. We stopped listening. You know, it's sort of this position of of rage because for a lot of Democrats, and progressives it's not just this tax rate versus that tax rate or something like that. It's if you think this your racist. You're a misogynist things like that. Yeah. Well, it's it's shaming. It's labeling. I I think of physician that I know who is of Russian descent. And she and her entire family voted for the president and believe very strongly in the president and believe that Democrats are really naive as all get out. And in that case, you know, there's a sense of you guys are nuts that the Democrats are going to get us. You know, the belief was the Democrats were going to get us into World War three and a belief that this kind of authoritarian rule on is what works so it becomes a cultural thing, and this is a very good in being. She's a caring physician, bud. Very much a Trump supporter. Let's take another call here's MARCY and nags head North Carolina. Hi marcie. Hi, thanks for having me on tell us your story. I completely relate to what the last caller said about his family kind of on a different level. I live in an area that by liberal ideas are considered the minority the way that I vote is consider the minority, and that's very difficult. My dad created a monster in me as far as a political junkie and he passed away seven years ago. He was a moderate Republican who in his older years kind of adopted a lot more liberal views. And we had great conversations. He would listen to me rant and rave? He would give me his opinion. He would agree with me on some things. So he was kind of like, my Republicans sounding board to let me know that said, I wasn't crazy about some of these things. And now that I'm missing that. I feel like I have no one really around. My husband agrees with me on we vote the same way. But he is an Intuit as much as I am. I feel very isolated. I kind of take things in..
"dr bam" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Talk radio five sixty k. SFO our guide Hollywood James hers, in just a. Moment Aretha Franklin has died this morning at seventy six talk about that Stick around and just a couple, of minutes we're also going to have an idiot alert I just want. To let you know ahead of time idiot alert. We've got absolute Insane Excuses for otherwise smart humanoids in Santa, Barbara we're very concerned about the plastic. Straws. Okay you're going to hear that and just, it's it's Hey, speaking of plastic Katie they, got they got him doctor bum bum. Bum. Bum no you remember Dr bump bump Donna, Brazile This. Is. The, celebrity, plastic, surgeon. Dr, bum bum he's been, he's the. Guy that was. Enlarging the buttocks very oh, yes, yes yes, Dr, bam, bam, bam bam So anyway Dr bud. Bum has. Been charged with murder murder and I don't, know, that, this. Will. Go. Well, for, them, in, Brazil So, he was performing the buttocks enlargement at his home in Rio de Janeiro He have assistance is assistance where his mother and his girlfriend and a maid Is. Forty five year old woman. Came in she was already to have the. Procedure, now. I should mention Dr bum bum is not licensed to practice medicine oh great I'm sorry but be surgery and the doctor tells you. To come to his house that's the first problem he's a he did all sorts of cosmetic surgeries apparently now I. Don't know if he was licensed as a doctor I don't know? How it works. In Brazil because they're saying he wasn't licensed to practice medicine in Rio de Janeiro does, that mean licenses. Very city to, city or region a region I don't. Know all I can tell you. Is this guy he himself looks like. A model is good looking. Guy swab a looking guy swampy bolo I. Might, add But he? Make a lot. Of money doing this so it was MS collect Seco mix mix Calixto mix galaxy to, Lillian Calix Calixto she had the, procedure she. Falls seriously ill And she was, rushed to, the, hospital, no sooner, had she arrived at the. Hospital two two hours. Later she was dead I mean whatever chemical was. In her system took her out like that so sad now this guy's he's a TV star because he's the cosmetic doctor. He's got, hundreds of thousands of social media followers and all sorts of women, had come to his house to have this you, know to get. This surgery done Basically just injections So okay he was licensed to practice medicine only, in the state, not at Brasilia. Which includes Rio he was a licensed to practice in. Another particular state that's how, it works there but not in that. Part, of Brazil nonetheless they're going after this guy reckless. Endangerment terrible stuff they're going after, him for. Murder Katie murderer I tell you now the plastic straws here we go from that, to this You go to Santa Barbara, I'm telling you, something the level. Of environmentalism in Santa Barbara takes whatever level of environmental. We have in the bay, area too I mean up many notches. The, people there are so serious quite frankly they are. So they're suckers for all of, these cockamamie. Theories of the latest hype and.
"dr bam" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"This scummy mummies hello and welcome to the scummy mummies podcast it's me hill info on and h is me ellie gibson guess what ellie what we've got dr bam's bear on the ball card stock japan spur the amazing sex bor ride i can't believe she's here right now you're just talking that learn girls say all of that yes now don't to pablo at dr pam spurr as you are on twitter dot dot co dot uk let's let's get out the waiver it's got the pla gained straits walking out yes i mean she's a woman of many achievements absolutely urine winning radio present a self l expert agony aunt relationships sex and behavioral expert you've just done it all and fifteen books i know i don't know how i kinda managed that do a lot of writing like that because you haven't really stopped you've been studying and then you had children do more writing and book children vars children because my first child was born i was at uni kind of unexpected after partying is we students do one word for it where for it she knows a lot about that stuff now i was very young unmarried meme and there were no creches at yunis in the early eighties so it was interesting experience on all my friends were still partying was babies and we'll the first thing i was like when i went to the doctor and found out i was pregnant it was like i've been partying i didn't i wasn't planning to get pregnant what's gonna happen to my baby i've been getting used up maybe other things.
"dr bam" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Seventy seven duct delhi winning seven seven d oversee the fbi so this is very interesting are um we have the fresno lam have you guys ever difference no school in central california almost went residency they're really really nice i mean it's not on the ocean and any city what you're not on the ocean you really like crave fish and you know you want to feel like rubbish because they feel guilty they're landlocked so you eat sushi this is what a lot of a suit vegas to she's huge because we want to pretend that were all the coast even though we enjoy a lot cheaper real estate than we do so we growth sushi restaurant we act like an hour like our los angeles brethren while a are man really came into the community regional medical center er and he was i guess coming with bloody diarrhoea now bloody diarrhoea happens but not usually in you know a first world country you know that doesn't really get a lot of these bad gee i outbreaks you know that you can get from contaminated water and sanitation eccentric so he came in and dr barely kenny bonn was the er physician and like any other e r dark he said oh how are you think zero welcome to the er and viewed here you know how we talked to patients right and he you know came to him right on time and i guess the patient brought in a grocery bag saying i want you to treated for worms and in the grocery bag had a toilet paper role and wrapped around it was a giant long tapeworm now i am looking at this and it's it's kind of light brown but i'll cleaned up and he has a clipboard next to it so we lose maybe three times it's it's a long it's about five and a half feet long addeds heldmann which is a name for a parasitic worm its unravelled laid out on a whole bunch of paper towels emergency department floor i hope somebody cleaned up afterwards excuse me and dr bam said it's just as hikes so i guess he's five and a half feet tall the man at discovered the worm as if we can't wiggly it out while it's out of the toilet he was scared he thinks his dying on my guts are coming out to me but as he pulled the worm continues to come out and began levin and then he.