35 Burst results for "Dr. Sometimes"

Unpacking the Apple vs Epic Ruling

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

02:57 min | 3 hrs ago

Unpacking the Apple vs Epic Ruling

"Versus epic. We kind of got the ruling after the whole lawsuit. We've talked about it before epic suing apple because they made them take out button that was leading people pay on third party site in apple. Obviously with their iowa store in their thirty percent. Cut doesn't want that to happen. so kind of is like Win lose lose more. Even though that's three parties there's only two parties associated. This seemed like everybody was not happy yet. Kind of kinda sorta so pretty much. The judge ruled that they're not being anti-competitive they claim. Success is not illegal and both apple and third party developers like epic have symbiotically benefited from ever increasing innovation and growth from the ios ecosystem. Fair feels pretty fair now they did also though and this is what kind of is a lose aspect for apple is that they They ruled there for permanent nationwide injunction blocking apple not only from keeping iphone users in the dark about alternate ways to pay but potentially allowing developers to stick their own purchase mechanisms into apps. So that's a win for developers. I'm yeah so initially that one rule that Epic was pretty mad about was that in-app purchases had to go through apple's payment method which automatically took a thirty percent cut and the argument was. Why should there be an only apple at purchase that there should be other options to be able to have our own in-app purchase methods. Should be offer alternates. Maybe some of them are cheaper because they don't have to go through a thirty percent cut from apple and this ruling is that apple will now need to allow other purchase methods for in-app purchases and there's a little bit of they're not quite sure how this is gonna work. What constitutes a button inside it and stuff so that'll be a little weird but so the reason epic doesn't really win on. This is because the way they started. This whole suit was by adding that and the judge also ruled that it was a breach of the contract and apple is allowed to continue to knock basically let four-night back into the not. Give them back their developer account. So while you are there blocking that and you will potentially be able to put a button in for this kind of skirting. The rules epa can't because they're not allowed back in apple store epic knew what they're doing when they broke the rules so developers win apple kind of loses epic really loses. Because they're not back on the ios store and they also had to pay some sort of a fine because of the money that they made in that process of breaching the contract. So that's super super. Te'o dr version of a all have links in the description. So you can read the full thing. It's super interesting But yet it's been going on for a long time and yeah it also seems like it's far from over anytime there's just like all right another year of like back and forth between like researching each other so that is a still developing but that's at least some development

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Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | 12 hrs ago

Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing

"That's what we're talking about right now with dr michael gillen. The book is believing is seeing. So you're saying that we we meaning you and others were observing. The spin of certain galaxies ended implied that there was a lot more matter and mass. Then we could see and so what we infer from that observation so we inferred that there must be some things some substance within that galaxy that is causing it to spin so fast that we can't see it's an invisible form of stuff and that's all we called it. When i was a grad student but then as i in the years afterwards we came to call it dark matter. So that's what we call the missing mass that. Where is this mass. That's causing the galaxy galaxy to spin so fast and then beyond that we discovered that the universe is actually not only expanding but it's accelerating out words. That was huge. And i actually covered that when i was at. Abc news because a friend of mine at harvard was involved in that discovery. And we call that dark matter the bottom line just just to come back to the point i was making is that when i learned as a young scientists that most of the universe is invisible and we now believe ninety five percent of the observable universe is invisible to us. I could no longer live by the motto. Seeing is believing because here was science now demanding that i believe in a universe most of which i could not see so i had to ditch. Seeing is believing in that launched me on a very long. Herman has like journey you know. Tormented intellectual sequel has like journey. I literally make fun of. Herman has in the introduction to my new book is areas in bed. I'm not even joking. I'm going to send you a copy when we get off the air. I gotta send you a copy. But so what you're saying. I really you know. I i want to be serious and let the audience know that science or let's say materialists people who are scientistic who insist. There's no such thing as anything except what we can detect with our five senses anything beyond the realm of quote unquote science cannot exist. They make this statement now. That is a statement of faith. It's preposterous but you're telling me oh by the way even science contradicts that idea. Because you're saying there is a ton of matter we can infer the existence of it but we can't see it and so that right there causes you to think like well. Maybe we're getting some of this

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Star Gymnasts Open about Their Experience with Nasar

Fred + Angi On Demand

02:09 min | 19 hrs ago

Star Gymnasts Open about Their Experience with Nasar

"Simone biles broke down yesterday while testifying about larry nassar in front of a group of senators. On capitol hill saying the us gymnastics and other agencies failed her and other abuse victims. Byles along with fellow former usa gymnastics michaela maroney maggie nicols and alley. Reisman told their stories in front of the senate judiciary committee yesterday. Only some of this audio It's it's very powerful. Yeah over the course of my gymnastics career. I have one twenty five world championship medals in seven olympic medals for team. Usa that record means so much to me. and i am proud of my representation of this nation gymnastics. I am also a survivor of sexual abuse. And i believe without a doubt that the circumstances that led to my abuse and allowed it to continue our directly the result of the fact that the organizations created by congress to oversee and protect me as an athlete. Usa gymnastics in the united states olympic and paralympic committee committee failed to do their jobs. She goes on to talk about sort of elude as to why she had The breakdown during the tokyo olympics and the michaela maroney said the fbi is at fault for much of this as most of you are probably aware i was molested by the us gymnastics national team in olympic team. Dr larry nassar in an actuality turned out to be more of a pedophile than he was a doctor. What i'm trying to bring attention today. It's something incredibly disturbing an illegal after telling my entire story of abuse to the fbi in the summer of two thousand fifteen not only did the fbi not report my abuse but when they eventually documented my report seventeen months later they made entirely false claims. About what i said. Yeah it's bad and it goes on from there The dr larry. Nassar was convicted of sexually abusing hundreds of women and girls at effectively receive life in prison after getting sense to one hundred and seventy five years behind bars. The hearing was held to discuss the epa failures with respect to their investigation into the team. Usa doctor

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18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

Up First

01:46 min | 1 d ago

18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for

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What is Joint Inflammation?

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:35 min | 1 d ago

What is Joint Inflammation?

"Age we really don't die from infections. That's very rare in in a first world country but the body is hardwired itself to protect itself against some sort of infectious bacteria from damaging major regions of the body. And so the way that it's it's hardwired. This adaptation is through inflammation inflammation is an immune response where the body starts up regulating all these different immune cells that damage things and they take they certainly will target damage bacteria and protect us from dying from the infection. The unfortunate thing is when they're up when when we have inflammation up for a period of time. It damages are vital organs as well. You know we've all experienced like a sprained ankle and we've had swelling and pain in that area that's part of the inflammation processes damaging tissue. It's actually breaking down tissue so that the to the tissue can be rebuilt. it's also protecting against the infection. The problem is when that inflammation never stops and when it's a low grade Kind of smoldering level of inflammation over time that damages different regions right in affects every system of the body. And of course today we're talking about joints and the main things that will experience when we have chronic joint inflammation is joint degeneration osteoarthritis. And of course we will have pain rights. We'll have pain in the joint. While limited range of motion and mobility in the joint and we will obviously experience painted discomfort and a loss of interest star ranger motion and our ability to really live the way that we wanna live. So here's an example of a normal joint here's an example of osteoarthritic joint right a inflamed damaged joint now typically takes a minimum of twenty to thirty years of chronic joint inflammation. It's not like this happens overnight. Usually a long process. Twenty thirty years of chronic inflammation in the joint to get to do to degenerate. Like this case. So it's not even like a year or two. Although you know in certain cases you can have like a car accident whiplash or you know major trauma possibly to your knee. This is a knee joint for example. That accelerates the inflammation of time however usually these are processes that take quite quite a few years decades to

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Is There a Link Between Certain Diets and Depression? With Dr. Neal Barnard

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

01:43 min | 1 d ago

Is There a Link Between Certain Diets and Depression? With Dr. Neal Barnard

"Barr thank you very much for joining us to be with you. You ready for question number one. You bet all right this one comes to us from each four and a tour rights is a junk food diet more likely to cause depression. Well it's a great question. And and historically people have drawn a division whatever's below the neck. That's where i could have an effect but above above the neck no couldn't have any effect. Well the that foods might affect depression impressed in a favorable way through the right foods came to our attention as an accident. We were doing research study with geico insurance and the reason the reason we did this study and check you and i talked about this before the geiko national headquarters is about three or four blocks from her office and so they were really interested in the possibility that a plant based i might help them where they had employee wants to lose weight or get diabetes under better control so we instituted a program at geiko of a vegan diet both in the cafeteria and a weekly class for anybody who wanted to actually jump in and so although the purpose of it was to look at way changes and to see how he does. Diabetes might improve. We saw something else and that was depression. Started to lift. And you can do this subjectively where where you have. Individuals fill out a paper and soul questionnaire of specific symptoms. Are you sleeping. How's your mood. How's your appetite a whole bunch of indicators of depression and what we saw is that quite steadily. They were improving over the course of his site.

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Dr. Michael Greger: How to Naturally Boost Brain BDNF Levels to Fight Depression

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

02:14 min | 1 d ago

Dr. Michael Greger: How to Naturally Boost Brain BDNF Levels to Fight Depression

"Welcome to nutrition facts. I'm your host. Dr michael gregor today. We look at ways to mitigate a serious mental health disorder. Depression there's accumulating evidence in brain derived neurotrophic fact may be playing a role in human depression beady. Nf controls the growth of new nerve cells so low levels may explain the atrophy of specific brain areas. You see among depressed patients that maybe one of the reasons exercises so good for our brains. Starting our day exercise regimen within three months you can get a quadrupling obedient. F- reliefs from your brain. This makes sense. I mean anytime. We were desperate to catch prey or desperate not to become prey ourselves. We needed to be cognitively sharp. And so when we're fasting or exercising or an negative calorie balance. Our brain starts churning out. Bvd nf to make sure we're firing on all cylinders. So of course. Big farm as eager to create drugs to mimic this effect. But is there any way to boost enough naturally. Yes i just said it. Fasting and exercise. Okay okay but is there anything we can add to our diet to boost obedient. Well hiring takes dietary flavonoids appear to be protectively associated with symptoms of depression. The harvard nurses study followed tens of thousands of women for years and found that those who are eating the most to appeared to reduce the risk of coming down with depression. Flavonoids occur naturally implants. So there's a statue mountain variety of healthy foods. But how do we know. The benefits are from the flavonoids and not just from eating healthier in general. You don't know until you put it to the test. See some fruits and vegetables have more than others. Apples have more than apricots plums. More than peaches red cabbage. More than white kale. More than cucumbers. So if you randomize people into one of three groups more high flavonoids fruits and vegetables. More low flavonoids fruits and vegetables or no extra fruits and vegetables at all after eighteen weeks. Only the high flavonoids group got a significant boost and obedient f- levels which corresponded to an improvement in cognitive

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Colorism in the Bedroom With Sex Therapist Dr. Donna Oriowo

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Colorism in the Bedroom With Sex Therapist Dr. Donna Oriowo

"Wondering if we could start off a little bit with you just sharing a bit of the work that it is that you do and how you got to this point well I'm a sexual relationship therapist at focus in on. How color isn't intellectualism impact in sexual health. I got into this work because people kept telling me. And i was comfortable enough to talk to them about sex and sexuality but i felt like there were missing pieces when i went to school so then trying to figure out like okay. How do you bridge the gap and those missing pieces that you're noticing and with the people that you know you want to serve So in doing that work at like it's just been like a slow bill of these all these other pieces because when you start your own practice you know everybody and they momma is willing to give you some advice but sometimes advice. We have four you. It's about their fears and the concerns that they had in creating a business. And not about you though. I remember people telling me out. You're using to me black photos on your website. Oh don't need down so much more of a generalist. So everybody could see you as that of narrowing it all the way down and i just had to realize that if you are generalists you don't see the people that you wanna see and if you don't have the pictures of the people that you serve. They don't know that they are being served. They may still come but they don't know that you're there your priority so for me of being more of a like a no brainer had to go back in just change What i had been told and religious think into what is best for me most authentic for me and that has allowed a non brighthouse flourish in the way that it has a started off as a solo a solo practitioner. And now i have a team of three other people currently working

White House Offers Nicki Minaj Call to Answer Vaccine Questions

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

White House Offers Nicki Minaj Call to Answer Vaccine Questions

"The White House has offered to school of rap star after she posted incorrect information about the cool bit nineteen vaccine the Biden administration is trying to get Nicki Minaj back on key when it comes to claims about side effects of the coronavirus vaccine not got attention this week by posting an unverified claim that a cousin's male friend in her native Trinidad took the shot and ended up impotent and with swollen **** infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says there's no way that's possible and the White House is looking to seven on straight it's part of an effort by the feds to address lingering concerns about the vaccine or not says she is open to talking with health experts I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

Eye On A.I.

01:41 min | 2 d ago

Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

"We're gonna talk about trustworthy a i. It's something that is increasingly in the news and concerns a lot of people. Ibm has a product called fact sheets. Three sixty that i understand is going to be integrated into products. Can you tell us what fact sheets three sixty is. And then we'll get into the science behind. Yes so let me start by laying out what we see is the critical components Trustworthy a at a high level Three things there's a ethics there's govern dated ai and then there's an open and diverse ecosystem an ai ethics is fully aligned with with our ethical principles that we've published with arbin dr ceo co leading the initiative out of the world economic forum. And i'm adviser for essentially open sourcing our perspective on a ethics from a govern data in ai perspective. It falls into five buckets. So i is. Transparency second is explain ability third is robustness. Fourth is privacy and fifth is fairness and so the goal of fact sheets is to span multiple of these components and to provide a level of explain ability. That is needed to drive adoption and ultimately for regulatory compliance. And you think of it as a nutritional label for ai where nutritional labels are designed to help us as consumers of prepackaged foods to understand what are the nutritional components of him. What's healthy for us. What's not healthy for us. Factually is designed to provide a similar level capability for a.

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Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case

"Biles and three other prominent. Us gymnasts are scheduled to testify on capitol hill today. Npr's carrie johnson reports. Lawmakers are examining the fbi's failure to fully investigate. Dr larry nassar following abuse complaints. The justice department inspector general says the fbi failed to act with urgency after received tips. About larry nassar in two thousand fifteen in all more than two hundred fifty women have since. Come forward to say that. Nassar sexually abused them as girls or young athletes including gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney maggie nicols and allie razman all. Four women are expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee. Lawmakers say they're probing fundamental mistakes by the fbi that allowed nassar to continue to prey on young people. He's been sentenced to more than one hundred years in

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The Connection Between Sexual and Emotional Intimacy With Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

LifePix Relationships With ST

01:28 min | 2 d ago

The Connection Between Sexual and Emotional Intimacy With Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

"What's the effect that emotional intimacy hasn't sexual intimacy while. Sometimes i feel a little bit like a marriage. We do what we sometimes do in psychology. Which is we make a kind of false split between emotional and sexual intimacy like we do it between the mind and the body in psychology. Where i think it's much more integrated than it's kind of false division a little bit but would stay. Is you know. It's in a long term partnership it's difficult to want to have sex with someone you don't fundamentally like trust and they're to be your full south with which is very much linked to the quality of the relationship so you know i think sometimes even saying emotional intimacy is a little bit i use the framing. So i understand. Why do it. But it's a little bit of a false category. Which is the real deal is. How free am i to be who i am with you. Show you who i am sexually emotionally. Intellectually to be intimate. And how much room do i make for you to be yourself into. Show me who you are. And to create a partnership that makes room for two of us to live honestly at open heartedly with one another. So that's a big part of a sustainable and growing emotional and sexual relationship.

Dr. Stella Immanuel: We Need to Fight Covid as a Spiritual Battle

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:59 sec | 2 d ago

Dr. Stella Immanuel: We Need to Fight Covid as a Spiritual Battle

"The most important thing address in my book in my book. I had dress journey. I addressed the spiritual battle. And why america got to displace. Where does seem to get us and we are the three last lot of the i talk about a ten point plan to disciple america. Back to both. You're saying the book is sci-fi science yes religion kabuga's jesus the what we are dealing with on a spiritual level. We need to get that. Everybody's just interested in the fluff. We such as a judge in america just walked by. We have to fight this box as a spiritual battle after my all time. The people pushing this vaccine pushing on lockdown wishing this debt aspirin people they work with the devil and people fighting are working on empty. If you're working on we're gonna lose the frog and self you know what i'm gonna get special because well dance uncomfortable. We need to get

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Dr. Stella Immanuel Was Ostracized for Saving Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:42 min | 2 d ago

Dr. Stella Immanuel Was Ostracized for Saving Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

"Now. Maybe i'm just projecting. I wish i were but you're telling me that you have straight up medical success. You're excited you're actually excited. And so what happened when you went out with this information and by the way what was the month. Where were we in twenty nine when this good news hits you and you want to tell world this in april in april twenty twenty twenty nights in april of two thousand hundred twenty. I'm sorry on so april of twenty twenty. This is right in the beginning of this craziness and were you. The first one was it as a result of you that this controversy exploded. How how we're were you in time. Line not actually rental accurate patience a jewish guy in new york. Then we have dr. How was a phrase bureau that was treating patients we also have. It won't dr armstrong out here alexia decks accident visions. God same reaction. I our social as i've noticed works under all no good either double blind controlled studies. I said no. We don't we're treating patients and patients are being better so it was crazy so there's talking on facebook that kick me off the doctor groups and they they get you off. What keeps me off the big. Dr groups big dr online. We'll see we'll share. I guess they're just kicked me off. After i kept saying it works it works. What would a few doctors like. No this works you guys to patients. I said no. It doesn't what we need a double blind study thought. She says he doesn't know okay. So so the question. Everybody has and i want to hear it from you. Because you're doctor. What do you think was going on in other words. We're talking about life and death so it's hard for me not to get angry because we're talking about life and death you find something that works and you feel it strikes me the way you're relying the story that it was not just some people that it was almost like. There was a memo that we have to shut it down. They got excited. I mean am. I misreading it. Am i overstating idea. What was your sense as a doctor when you started to get this pushback time. We we we talked to doctors having subsets brand Dog as ob mckinney techs with doctors and excited but it was just crazy like no. Why is this

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Dr. Stella Immanuel Details How She First Started Treating Covid Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Dr. Stella Immanuel Details How She First Started Treating Covid Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

"What did you discover what was what was your initial experience when this pandemic hit hard in. Houston well what we were. We were scared. Because i have all these patients from defiance china and everything so we really try so we got all the tv You in the first few weeks. We just Or moskvy if this thing just to survive and then a pharmacy coach me on set that using top secret open in china in spain to italy so we said wow if i took. I'm used to the medication. So we basically just using it. We isolate using to monitor. Those patients are way doing extremely well. We'll keep patients early in marks and you know we put it on sink we also had And everything so. We started treating patients undergoing extremely well. I was so excited. I went on. Facebook started talking to physicians. All my Imagine hydroxy this could be patients getting better to better. To my surprise i talked. You get attacked for healing people. What is wrong with you. Don't you know doctors are supposed to be political figures. Healing actual human beings issue. Okay so i have to imagine to be perfectly blunt. You're a woman. You are black. You have an accent. It strikes me that if you were a six foot three white guy from harvard medical school it would be different

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Building God's Throne in Washington DC With Sean Feucht

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:07 min | 2 d ago

Building God's Throne in Washington DC With Sean Feucht

"Sean. Honestly what happened this weekend on the mall in dc. It's hard for me not to see it as prophetic i mean to see. So many people worshipping god in this dramatic way in the center of the nation's capitol. I mean you see it a spiritual warfare. Explain it to people who understand what that is. The things a bunch of christians singing. What does that do well. You know there's so many verses that talk about the the significance of what happens when we gather and we worship and pray you know. It's not just a religious routine. It's not just singing. Three fast and three slow says in book songs that he's enthroned on the praises of his people. Meaning that when we get together. We're building a thrown. That's that's higher and more significant than the capital. You know then the senate then the white house were actually establishing a place where the government of god to come and rest over our nation and so really when you think about it from a governmental standpoint. It's one of the most powerful things we can do is gather there in worship and pray and build a thrown to the king of kings and lord of

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Dr. Anthony Fauci Is an Egomaniac Who Feeds off the Left

The Dan Bongino Show

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci Is an Egomaniac Who Feeds off the Left

"Egomaniac who enjoys being on television Perceived to be. You know, the moral compass in America at the time of, uh Pandemic crisis and he loves the celebrity loves being on book covers and magazine covers. So he goes on the air, and he just he licks his finger He sees where the wind is blowing. He throws grass in the air to see which direction it blows away. And he sees what does the left because he's a laugh This What are the leftist? What would they love me to say right now? Well, leftists are in, of course, because they're tyrants and totalitarian. They're like, Yes, we got to restrict travel. That's what we do so fat. She's like, Okay, let me go on the air. Let me make sure they know that's under consideration because It would sound good. To my because he's a leftist acolyte. He likes to surgically attached to touch his lips to the collective ass of the left. So he says, whatever they said, whatever he thinks they're thinking in order to ingratiate himself to them. But where

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When It Comes to Business, Ignore the Real World

Rework

01:55 min | 2 d ago

When It Comes to Business, Ignore the Real World

"Reworked book with a look at the essay entitled ignore the real world this goes into that common trope that new ideas are bound to fail or that these things may work for a company like base camp but would never work for company x. and as always i'm joined by base camp co-founders and the authors of rework david meyer hanson. Welcome thank you and jason freed. Welcome sean. I've noticed in a lot of these essays. Start with something along the lines of you always hear someone has said xyz and in this case the quote you use is that idea would never work in the real world is still something that that you find pretty prevalent yet. But that's the that's the standard rebuttal. I still is or or or there's a variation of it which is like that would never work for us. That would never work in our company and so that would never work in. The real world is kind of a catchall for all those variations on that rebuttal. But yeah we still hear that. I think what's interesting is that One of the things we heard up until a year ago is that remote work would never work here or there or everywhere. Feel like dr seuss thing there. But what's nice is that that myth was busted obviously know during difficult circumstances but everyone had it was forced to basically work remotely and it it works. Now it's hard in some ways and some people didn't do quite right and there's all their challenges that come up and there's isolation's all that stuff but at least like the real world in that case was forced to reckon with a situation that what were the real world had to give for second people had to try something new it worked so i think anytime you can bust a myth or sort of for someone to try. Something they believe is impossible is a good is a good time was a good moment. And that's what we just had happened of the past year or so. I think the other

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Today, Explained

"And talking to patients but they really wanna hear from. Dr sometimes is just. I don't know one of the best appointments. I've had the doctor said we are seeing hundreds of people like you with our logical symptoms Unfortunately we don't know how to treat this yet. We don't even understand what's going on yet but just you know you're not alone Episode was reported by julia blues and produced by noam hassenfeld. Who wrote the music for it to we. Had editing meredith. hudnut. Brian resnick and jillian. Weinberger with mixing and sound design from a theme shapiro and christian iowa. The unexplainable team includes bird. Pinkerton and me manning.

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Unexplainable

Unexplainable

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Unexplainable

"And talking to patients but they really want to hear from. Dr sometimes is just. I don't know one of the best out appointments. I've had the doctor said like we are seeing hundreds of people like you with a logical symptoms Unfortunately we don't know how to treat this yet. We don't even understand what's going on yet but just you know you're not alone This episode was reported by julia blues and produced by noam hassenfeld. Who wrote the music for it to. We had editing from meredith hoddinott. Brian resnick and jillian. Weinberger with mixing and sound design from a theme shapiro and christian allah the unexplainable team includes pinkerton and me.

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"A game store which I'm still thinking they're probably losing more money than actually making more money. But they go. After this monopolistic timeframe Merlin being monopolistic, there'd be monopolistic. To be honest with you, you could make an argument that you taking games as exclusively on your own platform. and. You're not even developing him. Is Monopolistic at the same time. Like, I don't really understand you can't pick and choose either. Do It on. And do on mobile or don't do it at all. Why? It doesn't make any sense. I. Get. Some companies take off a lot more revenue stream that you want them to. But Oh, you have two major operating systems mobile operating systems. And not going to be a third one because Microsoft pride into failed on that one. So you have android and IOS. You can drive the actually claim that androids. Doing monopoly but then Andrew can be like people can just don't other stuff from another store we're in, stop them from doing it it. Just we have our right to maintain if you're going to be using our store. You have to go with our policies. Trying to be like we want still our game, but you have to treat US differently from everybody else. Or? We. Don't have all your rules were APP. That's really how it is Dr. Sometimes Tim. Sweeney can be correct on some things and sometimes can be very wrong. This one he's w very wrong on. Any. If you really cared about being monopolistic monopoly or whatever. You wouldn't be doing the things that you're doing on PC. But you do because you want to fight the monopoly that is steam, which I still understand I. Lot of people argue it but it's not really an argument because unfortunately. To be a monopoly, have to crush your enemies and steam really ravage the isn't really liked that conscious lag me if you want to go over there. All right, whatever. It's cool..

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"I'm if you're anything like me your pets are not only your best friend American you need which is rescuing animals for more than one when disaster strikes you want to protect your whole family including to help keep your family and I are best friends and their worst Dr sometimes life is wonderful and sometimes it's not cherish the good but always be prepared for life's challenges and private health care we provide the peace of mind you deserve with private health care you'll get the coverage you want and health care you need if your employer doesn't supply health care coverage and you don't qualify for Medicare Medicaid you need to give us a call right now private health care is private health insurance for ages sixty five and under with medical dental vision and even prescription coverage when life comes at you unexpectedly you need to be ready and health insurance is your financial safety net if you're looking for health coverage at the best price and your annual household income is thirty five thousand or more give us a call at eight hundred six six four two six one two that's eight hundred six six four two six one two eight hundred six six four two six one two news on Carmen Roberts the.

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Acting out of selfish desire. Is it all about me with bub dead? It was nothing about him. First Person Commit voluntary euthanasia is about his concern for his wife. Who for a long time had to give twenty four hour care who didn't have a life of her own who done that? Don The compassionate thing for so long he thought the his sickness was restricting. The freedom to enjoy have quality of life for his wife was all about her. He didn't know how long his disease would go on for COBI FOR YEARS. He was not selfishness. Was concerned for his wife was his main motivation. Not ill-will so not stupidity because it was in four come out of his sentences and considered it very carefully fortunate to be in a jurisdiction where he didn't have to fear the legal consequences is the FIA which out of those four things. We sometimes. Forget if you're gonNA make a clear good decision. The fear has to be removed. How many women when they have to consider an abortion act out of fear. It's a frightening situation the consequences. Some people say you got up. Be punished because of this. You've done the wrong thing. Fear of punishment of fear legal consequences or whatever else that fear is something which is not welcome. It just creates more problems than it's worth so when we consider that Cafarelli without any fear because the law doesn't go into those situations it doesn't go that far into people's personal private domain. Then we can actually have some wise advice. What are you doing this for? Why if it was me personally because I'm a monk because I know my mind and I can meditate. I probably would never do that for myself. Because I notice how to deal with pain the to heart subpoena physical pain and dementia pain. Physical pain is a fraction of what pain is a mental pain. No one this is not good. Why me that mental pain? That's what I've been dealing with for my life as much as I say it's not what's out there show attitude towards it. How the mind reacts to it how this relationship to the experience. You're having right now. That's the mental pain part. And that's one thing which I know how to deal with so there's no mental pain physical pain just part of life. I make peace with it tiredness. I worked really hard. I was really fed up with flying around. The world is for the how many planes. I was on the last week. But that's my life. I could either get mental attitude was why me. I don't WanNa do this while easy invitations. Why do I have to go here and go there? Why me but I know that that is what causes pain so that that get a hold of my mind. Just make peace with my lifestyle. I accept it the same way. You can accept the pain. You can accept lack of dignity. What a wonderful thing that is to lose your eager to be humbled this great for mark for non for anyone who's Fatou Saints. Have your ass wiped every few hours because you got some control? Your bowels great practice. But some people can't do that and it's those people haven't had that sort of training. I can understand why they just cannot take it in such situations. They can't take it. I think they should be given that freedom. If it's coming out of compassion not out of ill will was coming out of sort of wisdom stupidity. According to Buddhism that is good. Come not bad an argument which people were talking about. Because we're discussing this. Non-monetary has great conversations. Not Saying well. Isn't this Karma you having this great cygnus if you know interrupt? Dot Com by having voluntary assisted euthanasia. Then you can have to sort of get the sickness next lifetime even worse now. Of course one of the other monks just completely demolished that argument for saying well if you've got cancer if you've got cancer how many of you will go to your doctor and try and get it treated. Hopefully one hundred percent of you would everything. I've got cancer. It must be my calmer if I go and get this treated then obviously have to cancel. Malek's seven lifetimes as well. I should just allow to take his course now when you put it that way. It's very obvious. Isn't it that this because you have some sickness or some situation? It doesn't mean you have to be passive comma is always fluid. What you're doing about what you've got. What you've got is was out of Oklahoma. What you're doing now is your present common so you have to make present Karma so just because people who say oh. Well they're dying. They've got to go through this. That's not what is ridiculous. I don't buy that for one moment every moment every situation. You're in new sponsor that either with letting go if you can't do anything to nothing if you can do something give everything God so it's not that's not an argument saying What if I intervene? I gotta get that common the future. That's not the case. You're always interfering. It is working action. It is never ultimate and fixed. It's not destiny and understanding that you say well. What is the without the communists out of someone who does commit euthanasia is a case of Bob Dent? Because that is the one case of euthanasia. Perhaps I know them but in the most about is mostly reported and listening to what even fitness ski said the other day. I called him Dr Phil that Mind State. Hp so that mind. State of Bob Dent when he committed use and as well when he passed US buttons to kill himself. He was doing it mindfully with full awareness. His mind was compassionate if he died with that thought in mind compassion for his wife. Then they always say your last thoughts is the most important with that act. Be Bad calm and said to some of them. I can't see that in that situation. He probably did the right thing. It was extreme so I can see. These are the cases exceptional cases quite rare for the becoming more common because of that situation in medical science. Very where I know that I just couldn't stop this argument. I know that it does actually say in the monks. Vigna that even out of compassion. A monk cannot take another person's life because one of the cases in the monks rules of discipline a monk was walking past on his arms round a place of execution and there was a thief who is about to be beheaded and when he knew the execution that sometimes. When you chop off someone's head I think it was just like King Charles. I sometimes had to wait three or four chops before the head came off either because the executioner was not good with the axe. The axe was to Dr. Sometimes that happens and so the Max said no pres out of compassion chop his head off with one blow the execution it date so and would have said no that is killing. You can no longer be a monkey. It's one of the disrobing offenses even out of compassion. The killing was wrong for a month. And sometimes people quote that and say it must be wrong for everybody but there were some rules which apply to monks which will never apply to lay people for example. We have to have food off it. Was You all know even sort of cup of tea you have to. I can't help myself now. That doesn't mean that every all of you have to do the same when your wife makes you a cup of tea so please.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

22:16 min | 2 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Under thirty five and you're already beams and everything trying to do through quietly so as not to disturb Dr sometimes it's a little warmer that I would like I thought you were going to say right around very often with a bottle of whiskey and it really fits porn title at the old bottle of Jack and that just really is so GonNa do this happens we're going to do that happens on a good mindset on the get the chain saw out and cut a couple of trees across the traveling then I'm GonNa sit out there with a fifty bulls go pick them off off no nuts that'd be die from high blood pressure and a lot of shiny guns I'm a ticking time bomb wait a week from seven to ten eastern live on Liberty Radio Network at L..

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Twinovation

"Why i would say it's more for like when you drive your car somewhere and you get drunker conquer than you. You didn't mean to drink but you accidentally turned out drinking because i'm like sometimes we going. We're like oh. I'm not going to drink like i'm fine driving you but then it's really fun and you wanna drink so now the car so now that's when you use the or we go out and we meet up with a friend. Who does it want a drink. I could offer them to drive my car home. Exactly that's why you wanna drive dr sometimes for the liberty and freedom of leaving if it sucks yeah like when we went out with michael and he doesn't drink so he could drive your car but if that was or michael decided to yeah my brother michael and if he decided to drink last minute then that's what we could call us this app. I love it yeah to her her. I think that might be not only one of the best ideas but one of the best names if not the best name. These are my that question is so do these two guys they're. They're buddies right effort between team early. These tubers only come out late night. Do we think because are they. Maybe they meet up on talking about on their side. Practical thing you could almost almost perfect for uber drivers were couples and then you just go with your you know it's on and i take our uber and then one of us drive dr the other person's car so it's like you'd rather have a couple that know each other than to random driver. That's true but you could also use this to like people could use this to <hes> move of a car even if they're not drunk like a took my car to my mom's but i don't know you know what i mean like now. I need to change poor harvard in town for dave to yeah yeah lake votes. I mean you'd have to be there. That's the only thing to they need the keys but they need. You need to give them circling a drunk thing though main more so of a drug thing yeah but let's focus on the drunk he's out right. I mean there's cash would be man on them. <music> especially because people are using the service <hes> at the peak of their drunkeness when they wanna go home. I mean that i when you want to go home. You wanna go home. Do they want to explain to someone worst car. You know the next day then you gotta worry about getting ticket on someone break into it alight. Whatever leave where yeah yeah totally so. I think you can even charge twice charger like it'd be like it's a hundred bucks to call it or something yeah so i guess <hes> obviously <hes> what percentage i guess you know. Uber takes a percentage of what the drivers taken. Who what are you taking in for tuber because obviously <hes> it scales infinitely of the service works. I don't know i mean that insurance would have to probably be like different in more in case lake as one of these people crashed someone else's car so i don't know how that would work. That's for like my my people to suss <music> out and they haven't gotten back to me on that but yeah i think what was the question how much money with over eur a lot of companies to spend money soon to <hes> oh god else to vet drivers and i think the benefit of coming in late to these companies that you can sort of poach people from other companies that you know have are you can essentially we've. We can all that any driver with their rating on. I can pull the best driver automatically without having to spend free. Her on the app store doesn't really like yeah. You would really need to do a serious serious background check. They don't get those guys enough because i've had drivers on not on uber but on get which is that still around. That's known got absorbed by <hes> juneau. Oh will yeah i had a you know i have fury experiences with drivers before they definitely can still be psychos and dangerous but with two of them the either half as dangerous or dangerous. That's actually scary at allie creepy guys showing up and like overpowering i._r._a. Summarized in tubers new.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You are being too bossy. S two that over here over there. Hurry up go down go up. Go up by. Good talking about other lovers. Nobody. No. You just don't if you can't bear to be parted from your phone again, the baby talk baby talk during sex is a no no don't do it. Unless you're Kim in county. You're not okay, bad body odor. That's for everybody. I mean if somebody pulls down their underpants in the smell over hips and bad guesses. Well to that come up smell. Bad smells bad smells. Yeah. It's yeah. And then here's another one that maybe you thought about. Get too drunk. Too drunk to Dr sometimes people love having drunken sex, but maybe the person having drunken, and they don't they think you're. Nothing worse than talking too much. This guy said I don't mind if it's dirty talk. But she's she wants to have a full on conversation. She wants to talk about day to day things while we're going away going at it having sex with the pet in the room is also knew absolutely having a kid watch. This strange. And then of course, the old faker Bruno. Faking the fake the fake the fake? Very did. You like that everybody. I really. I. Really turned out a good sex Monday for just got down and dirty and Frank and let people know what's what? Harry legs. No, no, no. It isn't body fat or body looker. Anything it's full on toilet paper in your pack. That is a no, no. That will check us mayor. He did. Widow friend you wanna clo- with lean. I say Hello to my little friend. Yeah..

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"I love all he's very aggressive i like him i think i think the cows real probably it's the raptors that's the best like you doing it's the pacers their team besides the and it's pretty much garbage yeah like when i love these garbage i love jr smith he's a check check oh yeah i love him but when he's your second best player pretty much you're in trouble you just been moved to louisville for your birthday thing and i remember like not but i was real excited about the down there we didn't have much time before we were leaving because we you know we work late here whatever and i was panicky about like faulk i'm out my contacts my contacts the ran out and there's no as get there in time you know to pharmacy or something to get new contacts see my doctor whatever and then so i was full pending mo just shit my pants and finally i was like oh wait a minute i've got about simple contacts like how would you how would you forget that well simple it was easy i was so devastated by the thought that it was gonna be patio drinking all day can't wear my sunglasses them after my glasses contact content that i forgot all about what an awesome program they have they were they were card here so i don't have time to go the doctor dr sometimes these people are eliminating that problem simple contacts awesome new app that makes renewing your contact lens prescription and buying context so easy you can literally five minutes from anywhere or you need is a phone or a computer your current contacts and ten feet of space a real doctor reviews your test renews your subscription and you can buy whatever brand you already where doesn't matter the now this isn't replacement for your periodic full i health exam don't get confused thing.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"No well it's expensive too good that dr sometimes tim i know so you can go to four danced it for him dot com slash guide that's f o r h i m s dot com slash guide for him stott com slash guide let's tuck character my favorite slogan is characters welcome from the usa network the merdeka told you that during the break you didn't know who's america that was a fake name the first character the first confirmed person in this movie there unconfirmed people in this oh absolutely there's a lot of lakes who have not confirmation yeah yeah yeah there's probably i think there's some people in this movie don't even identifies catholic what and you expect me to see this movie with you tom i'm ripping up my tickets for you walk out whenever there's a gnawing screen i know it's a very important thing to you first person ironman slash tony stark played by robert downey junior indiana jones cnn johnson's eighty engines not in this movie one day though no you don't think disney is going to do that they're not gonna put indiana jones in marvel movies they don't need to that they will one day they will jesus they're not gonna do that they've like disney owns the muppets in there to disneyland so right so like seven thousand marvel character like no joke seven thousand but they're scraping the bottle bottom of the barrel here no they're not they fired man man made of iron yeah has he move carefully.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"From the future all right let me ask you read is cool article in the new york times about how a lot of tattoo parlors are re designing to be female friendly great which is a great example i think female tattoo artists are among the best out there well and they were talking about how the it's still a boys club so a lot of times you go in even though females get the majority of tattoos which i didn't know yeah the the i mean women are the primary consumer of tattoos yet when you go in it's clearly male centric and hetero normative and the women say that it can be very difficult for them as artists because they can't get apprenticeship as easy rights because it's the boys club sia and so they're trying to turn it around and make like that pinterest look but attached to parlor oh my gosh so so cute advanced i can i follow a whole bunch of people on instagram that are like that oh good okay she's so cute little baby and on instagram she's tattoo artist it's like a they did both where its beauty and tattoos you get your eyebrows tattooed or you can get like oh that's cool yes and she's frigging awesome it it was kind of like high time for this yes in i guess when you have a system in place that can be very hard to undo it into change everything about this you should see the picture it's like now that is normal and i will go there just the it looks like the kind of place you wanna walk into phil comfortable and it looks clean and lovely and not that rough edgy thing that a lot of the old ones have been there's a place for that but there also is a place for the other swell and they were saying how i'm gonna get tattooed in a place like that well when women get their tattoos often it's in a place that they feel a little weird about this robing maybe didn't same way that when you go to dr sometimes you wanna female.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"Hari kondabolu and his brother show a new podcast here at ear wolf it's called the kondabolu brothers you can check out their first episode and your podcast app right now you might also know hari from his stand up or his other ear wolf show politically reactive or you may have heard him here on fake the nation and a show is a performer and a former member of the rap group dos racist their new show is taped at comedy clubs around the country from brooklyn to hawaii witness two brothers occasionally acknowledged there live audience find out why world war one is overrated and learn why pizza should not be your favorite food it's fun so subscribe to kinda baalu brothers now in apple podcast stitcher or your podcast app of choice baked the nation episode eighty eight before forget how do i introduce you have about one of my closest friends and we send lots of tech she forgot the word clothes liz this morning which really dramatic crazy do you have a closing line connected from your building building across the street where you dry the person next to us does why that's very old school new york goes even dr sometimes in you're like you i always forget and every time i think it's a ghost to one hello hello this is fake the nation where we talk about news we talk about politics and where we stick a fork in the house committee investigation say wait this isn't done actually i'm your host the far saad and you are less than a week away from persia new.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"An mac books from my whole lofts that you can tab mac motor home i have no control of what you do that but i controlled do here and i'm sick walking around and see every gonna have the same basic computer i don't make any money i'm not biased i don't care about hp it works better you can get one for twenty three hundred dollars i will be talking to anybody who needs some kind of a subsidised thing i'm considering paying some of it back if you habit over time you worked for me you buy that laptop it'll be yours is army company property but some kind of reimbursement because this is the thing do you guys like working on a touch mark is that deal you light that you don't associate pain with going a lake to go back button you have to click on a page take your finger goose local lee pack up i read an article about impressions people have on us basically it's very hard to change somebody's impression of do you guys want me to thinkers martyrdom because here's my opinion you don't it doesn't matter what everybody thinks about you i got a lot of people don't like me i'll be will do like me you can't worry about everyone's opinion but here's a ruler of learn do you wants smart people to think you're dumb that's different it war i do this little thing you can try this in your head imagine whoever it is you respect sitting right here ever seen like inland returning to jeddah or star wars like the old jet eyes come back from the dead in they float they're like yoda and obiwankenobi whoever years is maybe you like mother teresa mahatma gandhi bill gates zara imagine their floating right here they're the best business people in the world there smart einstein is do you wanna be on an i pat ibm touchpad going eight this is how i do my work for people because it's very close to stealing money from me that's how i think about so in eight hours you're getting paid for eight hours i always pay has anybody here bind a payroll on a paycheck and here in our on your paycheck dr sometimes forget about a dry send it six weeks later at us we just send it right no com so i want you to do work no qualms deci.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"This is cool like i like to take dr sometimes this listen to music just long dries polite being in a car no grab a no grab a beverage and subpoena irs jerky or whatever like that had off down the road maybe sometimes not even knowing exactly when you're gonna stop what you figure out my all right i'm fifty miles away from home i'll turn around and go the other way now i urge you to do said night just one night maybe you friends or maybe just by yourself when you just want to be in contemplation as our boy hopper would put it if you've got apple music or if you get ten bucks or whatever it is glenn by that stranger things soundtrack because one it's very very good if you like the music from the show obvious if you don't like music from the show than this is completely irrelevant to you but if you like it take a drive at night may be on back roads if you can clear sky no rain no danger just you and your headlights and the stranger things soundtrack in darkness and just drive around for an hour and listen to that thing from start to finish it's a really really cool experience unique because it fits what you're doing like what you're doing you can think of yourself as hopper any suv or jonathan in his car or the new kids that you meet in the first episode of the second seasons they roll up to rochman like a hurricane.

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"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Mike Tyson: Bite the Mic with Peter Rosenberg

Mike Tyson: Bite the Mic with Peter Rosenberg

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"dr. sometimes" Discussed on Mike Tyson: Bite the Mic with Peter Rosenberg

"A year and a half how how rough was it those'll over ria locked up from seventy nine to eighty one now when i came home in eighty two then i've got my arm class to license start driving school buses is shit you know what i'm saying a whole nine the netherlands 78 1983 a lost my licence average allies is still ninety lightly seven i swear the guy watching year ed had all the vehicles in the world body dreaded are i had all this guy is no lights and through lego life getting pulled over well i get my life regi pulled over ten years we place in front but from the late 90s ladies oh from late eighty's too late 90s it never license yes and then you've got into a fight on rockville pipe oh yes this is true and then he went to gyp yes that's true also i remember it well do you drive now you don't drive nettie if i do i drove hit and that drive here she drove she jovi but that was just a fluke decisions so you guys split driving he does dr sometimes right if you're a kick says if you're together she drives his true eight as the way aid and that's the way that could have real control laws bad a hail mike will it all might flintstones met i just pick marci left by star run an allen dr shit outrun my car i flavor of for that you get out of here what's next you've got more music coming up movies come in more tv shows what's to plan for flimflam egging of gus in music come a right now you know i'm saying guy my slow ep them about the put out in the street you know sad just got off to our right now you know been gone for like thirty two days though we will was out on on the road a group called the prodigy of course sandwich p and the prodigy yeah public enemy and the prodigy and down while i was out there you know i'm saying in belgium as when the ship went down in paris and the mother fucking stashower passion empowers came from belgium so i thank god that.

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