26 Burst results for "Dubois"

"dubois" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

06:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"dubois" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Here. We go today on. Open loops kaley. Dubois the founder of the hypnosis and sexuality institute along with doug alexander. Professor douglas alexander. He runs the european branch of this institute as well. We're going to go into. I mean kayleigh delves into all sorts of different things. It's using sexuality and hypnosis together up just teaching people regular noses mine control the. There's a whole lot. She's an expert in a whole lot So i'm excited to delve into it. Thank you both for coming on the show. I really appreciate it. You're welcome. Thank you for having me absolutely absolutely You know kaley. Your background is so interesting to me because you are well wonder what came first one came first for you did did your interest in the psyche in the mind or did your interest in sexuality. Well it goes back to about age. Or i grew up on a dairy farm in the midwest and i had lapses in time meaning. I have memories that i can't quite put my finger on I would find myself out walking the fields late at night. Sleep walking us nambu list To the point where my parents would call the police. Because i be miles miles from the house And that's what really got me into learning about hypnosis and then of course diving more deep into it as i got older In ways in which like. I utilized it for my own health concerns. I was going to law school Dropped law school Because of some health issues. That i had with my lymph nodes In which. I tried every doctor known to man to figure out what was going on with me and Just resulted into working with hypnosis to release lymph node swelling That's kind of my background with hypnosis. Sexualities a totally different story. I haven't studying hypnosis since. I've been little kid But you douglas How long have you been studying. Hypnosis could say the business of been around five years although as trina jim crow signals. It's quite by accident of studying. Some the sample was interested in. I was working the trina. And one of my mind with like like you knew dance amenity under also what the heck. It's not with a goal sunday and she introduced me to at that time. What trainer while decent technology for the mind where you can have people you know. Be fixing issues the alliance you know get feet in the central like physical fitness but then By walking on their mind. That's how i got interested in like. What are the roots of not and those gordon multiple calm. Yeah we. It's it's endlessly fascinating. I still think it's so interesting after all these years. Yeah yeah and then That's beautiful so yeah. I went onto a train with dr john law. Direct john grinder michael grinder. Who is the brother of john grinder. The founder of an old key. I trained heavily in martial arts. Ever since i was a young girl And then went on to train with dr john lunch every day and his doj. Oh he's a sports psychologist an nlp trainer And a known as the speed man. I was gonna ask him. He is some of that comes up a lot in the community. I mean there are tons of people that mentioned. I mean david snyder who is very popular right now. Obviously talks talks about dr john effort. Tom zine people van. I have studied over the years. Talk about john latourette and i never understood what the connection is between the mind. Ps in the the hitting piece that the martial arts pays what what is what is your. What is your take on him. How does he put it all together. Well i mean like a surrogate daughter to john So Also noticed doc Motor skills development in oh utilizing from the perspective of you know how to build inappropriate sceptres awareness that most people really aren't paying attention to he's taken things And broken down Different behavioral structures in Aggression and Situational awareness as in. Let's say getting burglarized. You know mass attacks things that nature and are being one of his students and we were doing mass attacks. I get pretty high up the ranks. I was of his black belt. Instructors and You know the interesting thing. About doc is he was very detail oriented he is also a linguist could see speaks five different languages. So Yeah so are. Martial arts is broken down into like korean and different styles and forms. But not just forms. It was about peak performance and as you know an old. Pa took something that was as Subjective as hypnosis something has created vastness broken down easy steps. And that's what john does with something that's as powerful as his styles of martial arts and and And also psychic skills development. He's really into psychic skills development And the beautiful thing about him is that he is very persistent is very prolific. He never once stopped and there was a lot of times. When the you know different you could say. Chinese mafia and other types of people wanting to duel him would.

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"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:19 min | Last month

"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Doing what is hardwired into your dna from an evolutionary standpoint is just said when not actually It's at acetates ubereats and Everywhere else Corner store has only tasting high fat high sugar foods it bit once upon a time. We just didn't have access to so yes Maybe for or whereas today but we can still talk about a less Fascinating that's show me love it. Look let's let's wrap it there. I got a bunch of other questions for you. But let's let's do it again sometime. It'd be good to get together and talk more about learning some of those ins and outs of of the gaining pace. Did you have anything. You wanted to plug. Today i'll tell people way i can join the mammogram. What's the catch. You and now. Yeah if you wanna do. A physique prayed for a national cider. Shoot or a competition or you wanna get jackson. You hit me out. Ladyboy message on instagram or facebook or Dubois choice look you gotta buy me a coffee cuffy's great love of mines. And then i'll be your friend on social media but yeah just I'm happy to talk shop At any point signed under the ball club cast. I do might pottering con somebody. Hewitt's might find that interesting Check out the podcast outside. cloud Begun plus episodes obstacle guests on there. Yes more made the Google was lots of continent. There i think in the incident world but not Income on us as always jerry. I of Puts out a waffling on. And so in shaw on humbled and grateful for the opportunity. Manson i really enjoyed talking about what i do in the joining of that. Listen so hopefully you got a little bit out of Account back in Insult about What yes i think. appreciated absolutely. It's always a pleasure to catch up and and i. I enjoyed going with chat wherever it went today. I actually find that that obviously the steroid performance enhancing pace very fascinating. Might all the best to you. You're at a good size now for me to wrestle. You wanted to come down. We can jump up on the mats. That would be great. You can teach me how to might strengthen this Bizarre you comfort across sites and Outfitted like melissa pretzel. Things and we labs arms tangled up. Yeah just have set. How when you've finished thank you and best of luck. I hope we can We can catch up firefights soon enough. Absolutely absolutely. And yet hype. Everyone's chit up during lockdown at sunglass hassle off in the-in the you can still use this time wisely and be productive in in lots of aspects. You live in one of the things that i i do. So might guys that i am. Involved with. At the moment is prioritized a little bit of down sign in the psalm..

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"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:21 min | Last month

"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"For someone. Who's using steroids. And and i'm gonna i'm gonna ask a lot of questions kind of from a very intentionally knife perspective because most people listening to this podcast have one huge amount about it would would someone who's using steroids performance enhancement like that or have a little bit of a lowered sense of self preservation because they lack well. I'm going for glory right now. And i'm not really too concerned about what's happening in the future or is that a bit of a myth that people who much about storage having their mind. I don't know like. I say that choosing to To us Enhancement are necessarily reckless and Aware of long term health Legitimacy however i think it's Necessity given to long term health on jeopardy as you want us to use performance enhancing supplements Are yes slough by the comparison Use the full on the performance enhancing drugs but You know i think said during some i'd audiences processing That is always a cost to pay. Doesn't miss What we do that was the saints in way up. Whether the cost is Was the the angle that we're pursuing and for someone that is I think for whatever reason motivated changed it while you compensation to a point in they have We are genetically push the limits naturally. Nice still for whatever. Reason could argue what they were used in the russian. I'll is his is legitimate Ona that's your opinion is in their mind. There was something that they have set out to do that. That's that's a priority. Today they Say the that's not the rides motive for them to ashir what they Wanna piss you in. That is to further changed. Body comes to increase muscle mass or appreciation. Or whatever. It is you know. That's the choice at

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Steroids & The Culture Of Performance Enhancement With Physique Coach Rawdon Dubois

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:21 min | Last month

Steroids & The Culture Of Performance Enhancement With Physique Coach Rawdon Dubois

"For someone. Who's using steroids. And and i'm gonna i'm gonna ask a lot of questions kind of from a very intentionally knife perspective because most people listening to this podcast have one huge amount about it would would someone who's using steroids performance enhancement like that or have a little bit of a lowered sense of self preservation because they lack well. I'm going for glory right now. And i'm not really too concerned about what's happening in the future or is that a bit of a myth that people who much about storage having their mind. I don't know like. I say that choosing to To us Enhancement are necessarily reckless and Aware of long term health Legitimacy however i think it's Necessity given to long term health on jeopardy as you want us to use performance enhancing supplements Are yes slough by the comparison Use the full on the performance enhancing drugs but You know i think said during some i'd audiences processing That is always a cost to pay. Doesn't miss What we do that was the saints in way up. Whether the cost is Was the the angle that we're pursuing and for someone that is I think for whatever reason motivated changed it while you compensation to a point in they have We are genetically push the limits naturally. Nice still for whatever. Reason could argue what they were used in the russian. I'll is his is legitimate Ona that's your opinion is in their mind. There was something that they have set out to do that. That's that's a priority. Today they Say the that's not the rides motive for them to ashir what they Wanna piss you in. That is to further changed. Body comes to increase muscle mass or appreciation. Or whatever. It is you know. That's the choice at

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"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:04 min | Last month

"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Hello and welcome to the jungle podcast. I'm your host. Joey if you've listened to show for any length of time you're probably wondering what your is now. Is the jungle brothers podcast. Obviously that's paul to your myself. T moved up north to northern new south wales around four months ago so since then he hasn't been able to get back on the show. he's trying to get. The dust settled on on relocating his family. Up there on your new location for his gym and just generally finding these fate in the area. But i wanted to let you know. We will have him back on the show soon. Poll obviously still around. He's not with me on today's episode but he has been here for the most part. So i just want to give you that little bit of context to yours. Move out there. He's very much a pot of our expansion and this is really out in the next chapter of jungle brothers. which is the jungle alliance. Now i won't go into that now But if you have listened to some previous episodes we do spill the beans on it a little bit. It's very exciting. It is us venturing into the next chapter of conquest to change the culture of small gyms around the globe and to help foster more passionate young coaches and aspiring gemina's too late fees communities in a similar way to what we have so more on that to come. Today's guest. we have rawdon dubois. Who's joining us for the second time. Last time he was this was episode. Eighty four which was back in november last year and that episode was all about building muscle so it was all about the training guidelines and nutritional guidelines that you need to follow in order to build muscle now. Today's episode was. I had a plan for it to be sort of like a second chapter to that. So i did plan to go into some of those same basics again but we actually didn't really get a chance to go into it now if that's what you here for. Make sure you're gonna listen to episode. I default because it's all laid out there in today's episode. We really did end up sticking on the topic of steroid use and the culture of performance enhancement to illogic stent initially planned. I did want to go into a bit..

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"dubois" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

07:49 min | 2 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

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"dubois" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Small Doses

"This this new thing that is becoming you have to brace it in moment or else you have to sit on a bench but i say all of that kosei know throughout this journey. My love letter to you is that we have always like had each other's backs and how these down in the spaces. And i just i said i'm a state on my podcast like i just like the draw with my first husband. Luck of the draw. I very much feel exactly the same way as you know. It's it's been. It's been an incredible journey in well. We'll have that. We'll have this forever. Which is a crazy thing. You know like the nets it is something that is it will outlive us. You know It's the real. And somebody who is a very big pop culture fanatic and like dwayne. Whitley are very real for me. You know martin. Gina are very real. When i see people leave comments. Like i just loved you. You derek tiffany derek. Where we're such a beautiful couple to me and their journey and be out. I'm just always very touched by that. Because when you're in it you can't really see that work. 'cause we're you know we're just we're doing the thing and and i think both of us don't take ourselves that seriously now absolutely but like you know but the people who do take us in our relationship seriously like i i respect and i am honored to be for that. You know the last. I wanted to do this episode because we just rats and it was like i wanna show some dubois love for the people and i'm really excited for you all to see this last season because i know you're excited for it and You know it took a long time to shoot Thanks to the panorama. The panning the panasonic. And there's this a lot of eleven. There i feel very fortunate and honored divinely beyond small doses on on five. Hasn't took five seasons no to get an invite on years are able to finally but it is a you know i love you so much. Thank you for having me on and and and did out to whoever watches this last season you know we. We hope to make out proud agreed podcast network..

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"dubois" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Small Doses

"It's nice to have like like let's go back to that other conversation that we were having before we come back to saying the same lines that we've been saying for the past five hours of sands. I remember at one point when we were shooting shooting. The scene in season to where we're at as season two when we were we were at the play i believe was one that was these one now. That was his one. Because we were talking about jared in the lobby so season one. When we're at the play we were shooting the scenes at the play. Dare tiffany are sitting like a couple rows up of lawrence and kelly and the gang and we were just chatting and i remember them being like dan really worried. You know like i'll i'll i do remember that. Hey i do and connects will we. I mean you know on day one remember. We news and i was like i know our last name because we didn't we we'd leave eight that last night i came into the trailer and i was like i know what our last name let and i'm do block that they had to lights. Go and clear it. I had heard it caused like a little bit of star at the time. Because we were just derek and jimmy but we we brought doi- i'm gonna say i brought by. Yeah you delineated dubai out to everyone. Because i was like i didn't want versus actually like this is our last day and i just ran with you. Were the one who do. I love hash. Dude was forever do this do that. W e b dubois derek. Tiffany do blinds and never was way that they couldn't give us that last name. Oh oh i mean. I think what's going to be exciting for people. At the end of the show is like little easter eggs. Those little like background stories coming out. You know all different characters. And just kind of. Because i think there's also this expectation that people have that like every little element of these shows out and so much of it is but then there's so much of things that just happened on the fly. Yes and it's like folks are like. Oh yeah let's do that. One when when we show up at that party in aka party and me and yvonne have to play aka as and neither of us are soars but we also like you cannot play like with with banks you cannot play with and we had to st louis and there is a proper way to ski me and you know as an actor. You wanna play your character to the best of your abilities. But then as a black actress you also are very conscious of the fact. That if i do this wrong for the black people they will crucify. I'll say this we had to change from the because i'll never ended up doing it. We ended up not doing it. Because there's a pitch at a level that needs to be reached. Did you even shoot it. Because i remember you guys alive. We're high thing right and then we're just like let's just say hey saying like cross the bernie. Sanders is part of like the lingo breaks. Like these things you know like their thought about sacred sacred thought about we want black show and you know i never liked otherwise jokes on the black show because i just felt like it was. I don't like life jones. i don't think that they help in any shape or form to dismantle color. Ism i just think that they. I think they just further carry on the divide but nonetheless jokes are part of culture in a real way so they were there and they were ignored. Show just on your said no. They were absolutely in the show really. Yes really remember them being. I just remember it happened on set. You know because they were mostly unseen with the girls. I know like particularly like when we were having simone like there's a scene where like kelly is like. Oh it's gonna be for their light skinned baby. 'cause it's skin last so i got them like a light skinned thing so that definitely but i feel like what i liked about. Derek was that you know you were a prissy character. Which i feel like is a lotta times..

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"dubois" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Small Doses

"He said so. Funky episode of small dose as you know insecure has finished filming. And you know. I'm i'm not sure when the last season airs but people have a very strong connection to the show as i felt like it will be so fun to do an episode with the person whom i have the strongest connection with on the shell and that's today's episode title. Do wild love is all about tiffany. And derek dubois. Hey man the seals. And wade elaine marcus. And our experience over these five seasons in forging a friendship off screen and forging a like a week of say. We are a functional couple. Onscreen and i wanted to just talk about like our journey as actors in that process and also like our journey with our characters because i think our characters over the course of the seasons like definitely grew in their effectiveness as friends right like in the friend group. And so. i'm curious of you. You don't seem to agree. But i have a vision. I have a thought on that way. We wage say that again. Our effectiveness grew like in the very so here. We way the la. Marcus is joining us. I was in the middle of an intro but now here we are just dropped right into it. Because i felt like in the beginning we were just very snacky right like if you go back to episode three of season where we're at the party. We are definitely the body light skin. Like we're gonna every line is going to drip with shape. Yes and it's like i. It's yacky if also nothing like either which lights at but it was very like you're definitely much different than your character. I feel like in some ways multi self and derek. It's like derek is a is a space for me to do things and save things that i would want to say that i may not necessarily do in real life on the shades of just wanting to beat super asshole ish. There's absolutely a those bones in my body that i choose daily to not be and that you know. She gave me that face to do that. Air i mean. I feel like there's there was also a development of derek as a as a sounding board of common sense amongst the men. Yeah absolutely only dude on the show by as being his head. You know what i mean. He's the only one that is committed. That is not wishy washy. I mean really you know. He's the only one who's not insecure in a lot coming laugh. I think that there versions of it that you can sort of you know things to point two or whatever but like he's definitely now he's always know who he is and that was. That was a we did aggressive. Self acceptance i mean. It was very much like i'm derek And i know me. And i know my my wife and now my child and so the rest of y'all it's whatever but i've appreciated so seeing him become more than just like the snarky like affeldt for both of our characters you know. I was glad to see the writers round us out to be more more willing parties to this friend group. Because i feel like in the beginning it's just like why are they even friends with them. Like do they even like each other. Why are they even hanging out with this squad was like they definitely leaned into our truth teller kind of nece selves. I feel like that is us you know. And so we ended up being those people for different characters on the show. That was like this is true. This is how it is. And i'm going to tell it how it is like. We were always. That person. didn't really dance around what it is like. We're just going to be like. What are you talking about. This is this is the thing and it just started being written in a way that was yeah like less kind of mean about it in or just. That's what it is. You know. I mean i guess to your point earlier slightly more bookstore. Well yeah i mean. I remember in the united states in one like all the girls were like on that trip in malibu where like in the hot.

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"dubois" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

"Was taken from the titles about stuff. So stop stop. You know mafia on the ground induced taken river. Frontal mcgillion is character. He he wouldn't let you ag- above your station. That seems like a fairly natural fit how you found it. And firstly working with shying secondly trade him along saw the lights of lawrence a coli crispin smith and the other people in the gym zoo grades. think shot is one of the best channels in. I think you know we look at these five world champions us up to the best of them so these he's hoping the guards jimbo talk contenders norway divisions sonal gonna bring me up and it looks like it could move quite right. It's bringing gary. Gary likes this is not a any of jibe at the. Wbai but they're talk. Situation does leave even box journalists scratching their heads as to where they go their figures from that really could open up for daniel the front warren of the hinted that that could happen. And like i say attacking the wb the white in the situation needs. It could move very quickly for daniel. What's your thoughts on that. Because i'll speak this to source the argument. You could have white because you might not get your opportunity again. You could come unstuck in a mr on if the situations that want to take it but at the same time. Daniel is young. And these nearly paul. He's created journey. so which. Which way do you spin it which you go with it. If they think that news ready for world talk show because he got beat by joseph joseph joseph choices. Heidi rent the wto suggestions just dino yeah in an ideal world. This shouldn't be happening. You have to probably want to build up your record with about two or three fights before you fight for. Wba tired one of those would be against a highly ranked contender. But that's just the way the wb run things now. And if there's an opportunity if you have a huge piece of the pie of the heavyweight pie to say you won't have weight champion. Be regular champion. Obviously from a business point of view it totally makes sense. It totally makes sense. You know you look joke but you didn't you know we have to look at one of history's great heavyweights joe. Louis destroy by max. Malini non Six will carling for seven and then and then has the rematch with schmeling ado blah. Joyce fight is celebrated. Its down the road. An improved dubois goes on a knockout run. Joseph joyce quite formidable ought to be who knows they could come in with two boo eight. Come every how. Joseph could grab a portion of the wpro who knows anything can have for me. That is all a great rematch down the road for big tile so it may work it may will workout yet. Done you judge the bragging rights at the moment with that. Do you believe that you could make the necessary adjustments to get revenge if you if you could secure rematch. If would you give us an ad to hints what you might do differently not to hands by. I'm not definitely being You know stopping different changes and doing things a little bit different. I know that with a bit more experienced and you know just use our tools properly..

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"dubois" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Was good jammie. What up what i. What is up shoutout to everybody in chat rock you. Now i see you. Basile chanko intriguing credible ryan would up pal. What up and lit up scoring on. What's going on man real slow week a box in right like oh. We got his this sunday fight. That works though. I get to go to the beach. I guess because the dubai fight. I don't have to watch live presents like an afternoon and and i could catch the playback and then floyd financial sunday and and that's it. There's nothing else like happening on saturday. Mets a slow slow You know pretty. Slow week ryan. Danny's robe is actually sold out forever. His looks dope too. It's like a knockoff. Louis vitton and his ds gp but Yeah it's it's like always sold out now. He never got them. Shoes never ever never ever but You know just we also got another card in england That's that's that's gonna be the undercard of the daniel. Dubai don't do They're fighting for a vacant. Wb interim heavyweight title which is crazy Dubois coming off. A loss is getting it right. Right of way Getting a shot off in another title. He was just like in some sort of wbo. Let him eliminator interim or something like that. and Now he's backing. Wpa one crazy and so.

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"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"I'm on the way our i ask. Ray androids anything. We touch the low. Bit on dylan's question about the crowd noise at nhl building. So we'll move on. Here's one that'll be near and dear to your heart rate in comes from berry because berry knows as do i and anybody listen to radio that you're huge baseball baseball's near and dear to your heart. So where do you rank now late. Great hank aaron the time best player list and berry says for him. he's rate at the top. No one did it better. An incredible five tool player hard argue. Where does hank. Aaron hammered hank rate on your list. He hit twenty home runs plus for twenty straight years. He drove in twenty seven. Hundred runs is the in. My mind is the home run king at seven hundred fifty five. He did it at a time where he was under enormous pressure. We don't see. We only saw like you know he broke the home run record in nineteen seventy three or four for seventy four. So i was ten. I didn't get to see him at his athletic best when he dominated defensively as well he is at the very top it was and i just you read the stories after his passing of the number of people that had interactions with him spoken just amazing terms of henry. Aaron excellent barry. Thank you for the question. You can fire off your questions to ask. Rain rigs anything on our social media channels or website. Rain greg's dot com. A dubois has been the theme of episode seven here so with a pair luke. Dubois traded winnipeg jets Carlo wants to know. I don't think it's cool. Because i didn't learning radio while carlo would have been disappointed or the question would have been about the bills. He so we're taping this on monday. I do monday morning radio on. Tsn ten fifty with carlo. And michael landsberg. He was he was subdued. He was quite you needed now. The usual carlo quarterback pep in his step today and so. I don't know if you saw the tweet of his pre game meal with the yeah and tucked in this mass of snack foods was a bottle of grey. Goose vodka and i asked him on twitter. What's the greg for. And he openly admitted that when the bills score a touchdown shot while you did a shot real quick because the bills were out of the gate boom and that was it so the good news is carla. Wasn't hung over for radio..

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"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"The usc so when people tune in and if they're gonna they're gonna bet on him and maybe not even think about how much other lane i think. He closed at around minus three fifty which translates to. You've got about three hundred and fifty dollars to win one hundred or you know some sort of ratio of that. Not everyone's better than that that amount so at some point the math tells you you're better off putting your money on the underdog us imported it was paying out plus two seventy five. Which is where. I got him. So one hundred dollars gives you a two hundred. Seventy five dollar profit died in one hundred on either. But i did have a little bit doubt and you know it was. It was exciting. And you know a lot of times what you see when guys especially in. Ufc cards are big favorites. Like that dan hooker was And he lost in the coleman you get people making parlay tickets rather than single bets and if you if you lose one leg of your legs done like i saw something that came in not at our site somebody had bet. The green bay packers Which turned out to be a moot point. Anyway parlayed with conor mcgregor to win at an insane sum of money. I ended up. Losing both of those bets sounds like something i do but Yeah it was. It certainly moves the needle and It was a huge day for us equity and so when when he when he goes down. Does that do. Do you find people that that win. Do they wanna do they wanna re the next one or is it just a one event. The money take them. Do they take the money and run or do they take it. Leave it and stay in. Generally people will leave Elite released a little bit in their yankee playing. Yeah because want the action right. They want ads. And you're and you're playing with house money then to right. So i'm sure people who won on that site than you know played the nfl yesterday or played The nhl yesterday. And if they grade and they didn't well let's two days full of entertainment. You know for for whatever price they wanted to pay so yeah we do see that a lot. Now some people you know you get your guys who are purchased quasi professional and they command. They make the bet they get their money. They get out. That's how they that's how they make money. It's their business model. But most people are recreational better. So unless it's a huge windfall you'll you'll leave it in and see if you can build off it. It's k- rates like if you're sitting at a blackjack table and i know you've you've done. This told the story before about about your exploits at the blackjack table you know. If you get up you're not leaving your money. I've seen ray a blackjack table a couple of times. Yeah because i had gossiped left. I had added by pockets. Man all right go to the football drake's yeah for sure. I mean. We talked about this kristen in episode six. I mean you had the. Tom brady factor. Officiating certainly went the way of tampa bay in this little aaron rodgers in the green bay. Packers do you wanna dissect the afc nfc individually or just leap forward to the super bowl. And now you've got the bucks in the chiefs and all that latino lift stock with the afc nfc. I because we'll avenue on an episode eight. We can preview the super bowl but did did these games go down the way you expect that they would go out For me personally it was actually opposite..

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"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Does it take so much. So we'll enjoy it. I don't know what she's gonna do. Great what a weekend. It was man. somewhat predictable. I know you're busy with a varying amount of games going on friday. I did the the leafs game. Own boy. don't even remember who the who the least they were. Edmonton friday solo. And then calgary. Of course on sunday and the reason that i'm forgetting who leaves a blade that entire game and i'll openly admit this. I maybe watched five minutes. That game. And i'm on the panel for heaven sake so just as we're set to do the games joep i get a okay start paying attention. Alert from a couple of sources specific. Deepak klein jack. Raw slavic and pierre lou law right so now i'm boston it all friday night own and trying to pay attention to leave boilers do panels and whatnot. But we had a real strong sense on friday that the deal was essentially done There was a bit of a heck up that needed to get cleaned up on on saturday and it did get cleaned up very quickly saturday morning. And then they consummated the trade. What was your initial reaction when you started to see some of the speculation as early as friday and then ultimately when the deal closed on saturday while i mean of course goes back some time so it in in both cases both line a and and water their felt like there was this inevitability to it that a deal was going to get was going to get made now whether they were traded for each other or for somebody else it seemed like they were gonna get traded. This year dubois situation of course came came to a head and you knew there was some immediacy to that or felt. There was going to be so i wasn't it didn't shock value that some trades have although there's less of that than there ever was but to see two players that are so young and so good get traded for each is really quite shocking quite surprising and so Instantly of course you tried to go. Okay i do anyway okay. So line is going to columbus. Who is he gonna play with What's his house. He gonna fit into that style and the way towards coaches. and like. How's that going to happen. And where's the walking. Wait a minute winnipeg already had a really deep center ice position with With shy fleet. Staff knee and lowery. And now you put this machine in the middle of it while somebody's going to the wing who's going to the wing one in the lines going to be like. Oh yeah by the way. They can't even have them for weeks. Or whatever the quarantine is going to be yeah. There was lots of that stuff. But i got a question for you. So you're in there and you get your heads up that from wherever that. Hey something's going now you chase a lot of dead ends like there's that you go. It looks like it's happening. Stop so when. Do you really get excited about something..

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"dubois" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Always good when a major newsmaker joins the podcast. He is yarmouk kick elaine general manager of the columbus. Blue jackets <hes>. Jahmil thanks so much for doing this. And i'm always curious about how deals come together. And maybe more specifically when deals and you know we know that there are other teams out. There obviously interested in pierre. Luke dubois in your mind. When was this trade over. Like at what point did you say. Okay i'm done. He's going to winnipeg jets by you. Gotta do your due diligence around the league and see what the interest level is and what type of options we have available. And we did that. We recommend order and you might make have to make a couple rounds a call system. Make sure that everybody who's interested. Got their opportunity to give their best shot and we did that as well. So it took a little while but <hes>. You know we came to the conclusion there. After the last game that dubois played that we wanna do this sooner rather than later so we were pretty busy on friday working on that than saturday morning. We we were ready. And and now. We have patrick line and ross lubbock here. One thing that became clear to us on the outside. Is that you and kevin chevrolet off had discussed this for awhile that you kind of both knew that if you wanted to do this there was going to be the opportunity to do it. I'm curious caramel. How'd you guys known that you were each other's potential trade partners. If you needed to be we we had a good dialogue for a while and this is probably the best match right from the start. But as i said we had to do our diligence. And make sure that we've done our homework on every opportunity that might be out there and after we'd done that we return to talks with winnipeg several times and and wanted to make sure that all parts of the trade work for us as far as cap goes cash involved there other parts of the deal that we had to iron out once. We actually does hurdles. We were ready to pull the trigger on both sides. You describe what. It was like thursday night for us. I know what a incredibly competitive person. You are a lot of things. What was it like watching that. And can you talk about your discussions after the game that night. Internally internal talks always internal talks for me and a very serious about that but you know there are certain values that <hes>. We have within our organization within our team in our locker room and we have a very demanding head coach who never compromised. Those values would never want him to compromise those values and i support him honor percent when he he does his coach in enforcing those values and it came to a point. Where were that wasn't a level of commitment to those values that was given by fearless dubois and that's why he was bent and i support the coach hundred percent on on that decision. Like i said after that. I think there's a little more urgency on our part to get this done and we're happy to move on with the two players that we like even if the trade hadn't occurred on saturday morning to the organization had pure luke dubois played his last game with the blue jackets. And what. I'm sort of getting at was anyway that he would have played saturday afternoon. No no you wasn't gonna play saturday but after that. It's the coach's decision on on all. He wants to handle the player. And there's no need to get into that but <hes>. There's always a second chances and opportunities to redeem yourself as a player if you make a mistake or don't live up to the values that we hold strong ear but you have to show through your hard work in practice and and how you conduct your business in the locker room and within the team and <hes>. I'm sure then. Our coach will always give him every player a second chance or an opportunity to show that. He's ready to live

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Jarmo Kekalainen on the Dubois-Laine Deal

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:26 min | 9 months ago

Jarmo Kekalainen on the Dubois-Laine Deal

"Always good when a major newsmaker joins the podcast. He is yarmouk kick elaine general manager of the columbus. Blue jackets Jahmil thanks so much for doing this. And i'm always curious about how deals come together. And maybe more specifically when deals and you know we know that there are other teams out. There obviously interested in pierre. Luke dubois in your mind. When was this trade over. Like at what point did you say. Okay i'm done. He's going to winnipeg jets by you. Gotta do your due diligence around the league and see what the interest level is and what type of options we have available. And we did that. We recommend order and you might make have to make a couple rounds a call system. Make sure that everybody who's interested. Got their opportunity to give their best shot and we did that as well. So it took a little while but You know we came to the conclusion there. After the last game that dubois played that we wanna do this sooner rather than later so we were pretty busy on friday working on that than saturday morning. We we were ready. And and now. We have patrick line and ross lubbock here. One thing that became clear to us on the outside. Is that you and kevin chevrolet off had discussed this for awhile that you kind of both knew that if you wanted to do this there was going to be the opportunity to do it. I'm curious caramel. How'd you guys known that you were each other's potential trade partners. If you needed to be we we had a good dialogue for a while and this is probably the best match right from the start. But as i said we had to do our diligence. And make sure that we've done our homework on every opportunity that might be out there and after we'd done that we return to talks with winnipeg several times and and wanted to make sure that all parts of the trade work for us as far as cap goes cash involved there other parts of the deal that we had to iron out once. We actually does hurdles. We were ready to pull the trigger on both sides. You describe what. It was like thursday night for us. I know what a incredibly competitive person. You are a lot of things. What was it like watching that. And can you talk about your discussions after the game that night. Internally internal talks always internal talks for me and a very serious about that but you know there are certain values that We have within our organization within our team in our locker room and we have a very demanding head coach who never compromised. Those values would never want him to compromise those values and i support him honor percent when he he does his coach in enforcing those values and it came to a point. Where were that wasn't a level of commitment to those values that was given by fearless dubois and that's why he was bent and i support the coach hundred percent on on that decision. Like i said after that. I think there's a little more urgency on our part to get this done and we're happy to move on with the two players that we like even if the trade hadn't occurred on saturday morning to the organization had pure luke dubois played his last game with the blue jackets. And what. I'm sort of getting at was anyway that he would have played saturday afternoon. No no you wasn't gonna play saturday but after that. It's the coach's decision on on all. He wants to handle the player. And there's no need to get into that but There's always a second chances and opportunities to redeem yourself as a player if you make a mistake or don't live up to the values that we hold strong ear but you have to show through your hard work in practice and and how you conduct your business in the locker room and within the team and I'm sure then. Our coach will always give him every player a second chance or an opportunity to show that. He's ready to live

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Hours after Dubois trade, Blue Jackets beat Lightning 5-2

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Hours after Dubois trade, Blue Jackets beat Lightning 5-2

"Elvis Presley can stop thirty shots for the blue jackets scored three times in the first period of their win over the lightning five two Nick Foligno Mikhail Grigorenko and Vladyslav gabber cop provided first period goals with Felino beating Andre vest Wesche seventy seconds after lightning defenseman Victor Hedman opened the scoring early in the contest I don't remember fully when I saw an opening a player at my wheel house and finance it's much just put on that saccharin skin Eric Robinson added third period goals to help Columbus Securus what are the two game set the jackets played hours after sending disgruntled center Pierre Luc dubois to the jets for forward Patrick lining a Jack Russell that I. D. very

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Blue Jackets sign Dubois to two-year extension

Mark Blazor

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Blue Jackets sign Dubois to two-year extension

"And Columbus, Ohio, the Columbus Blue Jack. Gets of sign center Pierre Luc to wad to a two year $10 million contract extension extension. PLD will make us $3.35 million this year and 665 next year. He's an important part of the Jackets playing center. That was a key

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"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

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"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"dubois" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Guys welcome to episode. Eighty four of the jungle brothers podcasts. I'm your host joe. Worthington have team employees heat today. But that doesn't matter because on the one that you come to listen to anyways. We have guest with us. Rawdon dubois ali doolittle in yourself. A moment rodham bedtime. I i've heard about you through the training. Realm through mutual friends of ours. Jared thatcher who who works here. I take practitioner. Luke tallec who was on the podcast down down track them Schmancy and groundskeeper willie. But yeah know is which ones grants groundskeeper. Willie looks like groundskeeper. Willie logo jacked jackie's bit of a ranga through the big. Let's lewke okay hundred percent and might look they've you know they've all had reasonably excellent things to say about you. Jared said you're a bit of a dick but often he jared very on point there. Jared isn't it but you've got your non on the field. I've cross pas with you back. When i used to visit the gym that you were working which lift performance center which is no longer sadly and i attended a seminar the evil genius which is yeah you wearing his shirt represent. That was. That was an interesting experience for me because there was a lot of talk of steroids and things like that that are that are generally kind of out of my realm right. Yeah it's like everyone's in the industry well. I think everyone is intrigued. By you. know the here. You know sport is is riddled with it. From time to time you see someone get Tested positive so they're all curious about it but no one wants to ask about it. So that's the beauty of Be she says he knows the ins and outs of at all so from each associate there. Fold your arms and just listen got last kind of cool now a little bit insight into how what goes on in that world but yeah. It was a big seminar. That was awesome that one. That was something..

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What the power of August signifies in U.S. civil rights history

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

What the power of August signifies in U.S. civil rights history

"Today also marks another key moment in American civil rights. History was today back in 1955 when 14 Year old Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi, accused of whistling at a white woman. August has brought many of the nation's transformational movements in the fight for civil rights. Maurice Dubois WCBS TV is hosting a brand new event tonight called The Power of August August 2040. Dean brought the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. He put his hands in her and he started to get down. But Officer Steele approach with his weapons drawn the 18 year olds death and galvanizing the movement now known as black Lives matter, Going strong today, August 2020 protests raging against racism and brutality. And the effort to channel that rage to the ballot box and you can catch that events streaming this evening on CBS news dot com

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Man serving life for murder cleared after 37 years thanks to DNA analysis, state attorney says

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Man serving life for murder cleared after 37 years thanks to DNA analysis, state attorney says

"Cleared of the crime, thanks to recently discovered DNA evidence and is expected to walk out of prison. A free man as soon as tomorrow. Robert Dubois has served 37 years for the murder of Barbara Graham's was found beaten to death behind the dentist's office. Hillsboro State attorney Andrew Warren says DNA evidence was discovered this month during a review of the case is short. There is not one shred of evidence. That says that rubber tube what committed this crime? In the DNA evidence compellingly points to his innocence. Warren says the new evidence does identify a person of interest in what is now an open investigation. He says that person does not pose a threat to the public. Several University of Tampa students are now suspended for their roles and hosting a large

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Dubois scores in OT, Blue Jackets beat Bruins 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Dubois scores in OT, Blue Jackets beat Bruins 2-1

"Pierre Luc do boss scored fifty two seconds into overtime in the blue jackets came back to beat the Bruins to to want to buy lifted sept Jones passed through the slot in the two one one pass Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask for the O. T. winner sunny Milano had the tying goal early in the third as Columbus extended its season best point streak to twelve games coach John Tortorella says there isn't one individual to thank for the blue jackets success we don't have any stars we we just we play as a team and I thought Tony made a big play at the end blueberries apoc at the end of but everybody contributed Boston's David Foster knock scored his league leading thirty eighth goal midway through the second and Rask finished with thirty one saves the Bruins have lost ten of fourteen get some cool Boston

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Lewis and Clark's Stinky Expedition

The Past and the Curious

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Lewis and Clark's Stinky Expedition

"Lewis and Clark expedition was pretty much. The original road trip there was camping grilling out a ridiculous amount of mosquito bites and a large group of men who did not have much opportunity to bathe. So when they picked up the Kagowa and her baby pompey near Fort Mandate to join them. She was probably a little worried about being with a bunch of smelly guys who thought nothing of rubbing themselves with rancid bear grease to keep the bugs away but at the time she officially joined them. The temperature was below zero so mary weather. Lewis William Clark in the men were probably a long way from maximum stink edge. When the CO captain's Lewis and Clark originally started preparations rations for the journey and eighteen zero three? They gathered their chosen men. Supplies trading goods from the native Americans and as much nonperishable food as possible. They didn't know how long the trip was going to take so among other things they weren't share of how many Christmas presents to bring it was at Camp Dubois near Saint Saint Louis that they spent their first Christmas together while waiting for the spring thaw to start their journey. According to Clark's journals three native Americans. Join them for a celebration celebration. And the men frolicked and hunted all day that Spring when it was warm enough to finally start heading to the Pacific Ocean Amir twenty the three hundred miles away. The men were sure to look pretty sharp. Since it was a military operation most of them had uniforms and the CO captains were no different. The red trimmed blue coat and white woolen waistcoats and trousers. They wore were the most splendid of all and in hindsight you would probably agree that they weren't overdressed. I if you know anything about will you know that. It's less than ideal for hot summer days. But as they went on they found that their clothes were wearing out tearing and more commonly just being very uncomfortable but out there in the west they were several decades away from the existence of a department store so so they had to improvise and adapt. They wore clothes for weeks on end. And when those wore out they started making pants and shoes and over shirts from the hides of the animals that they eight Oh and they ate a lot of animals while working their way through the great plains the men typically stuffed as much as nine pounds of meat into into their hungry mouths a date lucky for them. There was a lot of game to hunt in the planes. Because these bowling ball's size portions were pretty necessary. They were burning calories like today's professional athletes. Now you might think the big boat. They had made it easier to travel on the river right. Yeah you'd think so but you would be wrong.

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A brief history of soy

Science Magazine Podcast

05:43 min | 3 years ago

A brief history of soy

"Of soy. I'm joined by Christine DuBois, and I'd like to start by saying that I've sort of intimate personal relationship with soy. I eat a lot of it as vegetarian, but I also grew up in rural Illinois surrounded by soybeans. That said I didn't know a lot about its history or the tremendous scope of its global impact. Until I read your book. Can you start giving us an overview of the breadth of what you cover. So my book, the story of soy might consider it, a biography of soy soy were a person this would be their biography starting from its early domestication moving through its use in Chinese and Japanese food ISM its development to use during various wars, including the rest of the Japanese war and World War Two. And then it's use in factory farming of Higgs and chickens primarily on through its genetic engineering. It's Houston biodiesel and its environmental effects as well. It's his it's affects on nutrition in the book, you take deep dives into different parts of soy's history in the role it played in wars societal development politics in the environment. If we go into any of those though, I think will lose the big picture. So can you summarize just how important this little bean is on a global scale? Soybeans are one of the most traded crops around the world. Most people have no idea how incredibly important this plant is because it is fed primarily to chickens pigs on large factory farms with relatively few employees. So most people especially people who live in cities are not aware of how in agricultural areas, particularly in north and South America. This crop is huge. It's hugely profitable. And it is hugely shaping our world. It was the first commercially really successful genetically engineered crops, and because it was so commercially successful. It has spurred the development of other genetically engineered crops. It is used in countless products with industrial products and many many food products, although in very small quantities. So it's everywhere in our environments, and it has everything to do with cutting edge science, and it is massively important to a Connie's and trade disputes slim pick up on that trade dispute item because a few weeks ago, the Washington Post had a really interesting piece on how North Dakota soy farmers were being especially hard hit by the tariffs implemented as part of this ongoing U S China trade war because they sell the vast majority of their crop to China. Do you see that that loss of access to US markets, whether it's temporary or long term is going to have a worldwide impact like will other countries start growing more soy in? What would that mean the way soy is being handled as a crop worldwide, especially in South America right now? And it's really a looming problem for Africa as well is often quite environmentally destructive. The only reason I'm not mentioned North America. Here is that we already destroyed the North American prairies longtime ago, even be sore Sawyer was planted there. So it's a done deal here in North America. But in South America, there's a lot of land that was still virgin wilderness that is being deforested or disadvantaged in order to grow soy because it is such a lucrative crop. And it's really a very very serious problem, particularly in places like Hera Guay, which have much less strict environmental regulation. And places like Brazil, which has increasingly strict environmental regulation to protect the Amazon, but which has their difficult problems of enforcement, Cargill and the nature. Conservancy have worked together to try to improve some of the systems for protecting the Amazon, but there's such a long way to go. And some of the things that are being done to assist. The soybean farmers of Brazil in particular, the completion of highway that cuts right through the Amazon is which is a national highway is really leading to deforestation along its borders within fifty miles of any major road. You get a lot of people coming in building all the things that would service the truck drivers. And then town spring up in then when towns spring up you have to have schools in hardware stores, and churches, and so forth and more and more gets built up along highway. So there's a very deep concern. And of course. The concern relates to how is all of this going to affect global warming and right now with what's going on with the United States trade war with China. We have slapped a twenty five percent tariffs on to our soit being exported to China, which is our largest fire. And so right now, the Chinese don't have a lot of options for making up that soy. But in the long run they are going to want to look for other suppliers that are not going to be slapping that tariff on them. And so they are investing as they already happened. But they're probably going to celebrate it now investing in more virgin lands in Africa and South America. But they're really doing a lot in Africa that are probably going to start being planted in soy. And so more wilderness are going to be destroyed and this is a very grave concern for climate change Christine. What her new book is the story of

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"Times before they'll like it ten times before your brain is even capable of making the decision whether you like it or not, and you might not. And so she had so many great phrases of just like, okay that you don't like this yet. You know, you might like later when you're an adult, but we'll just put it aside. And I just I think that's really good for parents to hear that we do want to encourage our kids to have taste, but we don't want to force them to eat or have hike stations or low expectations and think that they can only eat pizza pasta and chicken nuggets. You know, Hanks occasions like they can eat better cheese and salad, and all sorts of really interesting and unique flavors, but it takes time for their. Tastes funds and their brains to get used to it. And I think sometimes it's the situation that you're in as well because I know my mom, I went off to college and I was in, you know, I, I started eating DuBois and crawfish, and she was like, you would never have touched those things. And I'm like, well, it wasn't as a nation where all of a sudden it was fun, you know? And so it's it's like finding situations to say, this is the this is the fun food at the situation, which is something if my mother said it in front of me, probably would not even have even touched it. But I find the same thing happening with my kids is you know if I was just to serve this at dinner, they wouldn't eat it. But if we're eating it in some other situation, they're like, oh, this is this is fun. And now they like that food. So anyway. Yeah, we'll tell us about the you said that you have something to give my listeners. So tell us about that and where they can find you online. I do. Yes. So special little.

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