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"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

05:37 min | 2 months ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"Sponsored by ten ten podcasts the celtic exchange afresh and say celtic. Football club other fatal. Westerly he'll seventy park furnishes celtic one. Dundee united one is dropped more league points and another frustration afternoon tino today. I'm joined by james james. Really start with that one. Just after street from start to finish was often see who you like a quality no from the squad and and the point of the has to stop on equations this on before i think i also think Maybe that's just one for the weekly show. But i also think the discussion to behind a whole. We find ourselves exactly. We ought to be out of long enough. And i think those at least a couple years off no more of mismanagement of celtic squad that leaves you with each sotto being means that on some points today with two hundred thousand who is a real honest lot is used as we can get at eight bike. Does things close to park. And you know that doesn't need you stuff because we've about as elegant but those there's a good game at plea in terms of the the ball. Celtic park some of the the actions of yellow. Before and some we find ourselves an are. Are you sticky possession. Justly if the ball to the guys on the purchase all connected and what do the boardroom diffulties. Equality get in the patch. And i totally think it's years of mismanagement from peo- and as accolades but the michalis still and you can draw. Someone say they manage us lows list again. Bell would but the analyze that squad and.

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"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"Then you'll even a couple of weeks ago. Look at about game saw mr task. Questions like your mccarthy mcgregor ethics ethics who can do some of those for me catholics lord sleet and they're and mcgregor goes into that more defensive role the question really as on go. He's playing well. Today maybe respected. Debbie begins later opposition. Tumbu just doesn't these game. I mean that that's the corner. Good just really is to get people to plead to the best of his ability because he's a phenomenal town and he's not giving what you could on on the today ill. He's old sale especially the second. Half that can have back teased. The what what we've seen last year on a tough year last year and he was probably the only shane lee of last year. I saw i mean. I don't know if he needs maybe our he's been. He's been chopped down there when we were all kind of from entity in any played families to last for five months consistently. I don't know if he needs a low spell. The on the bench to kim on government asked me kim rowley pattern injuries where there's a lot of factors where you can think to yourself. Abba gonna see the best guy. And i don't know if he needs our voice bail. We've competition because the moment in direct competition you see your audition. You see cluster. Because he's obviously in laugh. And i was stopped south to their needs about competition. We have someone there to see us. And i'm thinking for your place in the team lost. That's basically he was only eight only possession for his and it just seems to me that it could be doing with me. Coppola games to take on the bench to come back and yeah i agree with it. Came up on the much. Joel novick actually. So we need to always saying the same in things with getting definite results. You know and i think just be by payments as norton enemy atropine as just are less. Liz headed he said button forum. So okay on sixty four minutes we started. The changes. Say james comes on for tom. Luggage with custody. Then slotting into the number ten role and james forest packing up f waking birth very quickly after lot skew gle with another goal and his home debut. Hat-trick ron rusty again. This apply out with another -nother phenomenal throw told me through that. One couple of connecticut..

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"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"Welcome to the celtics. J.j. poor smites reaction here from celtic park. On the final score was celtics sex. Dundee nola celtics sex dundee. No this is james from the celtics. James and i'm joined here by stinky sankey. What do you think of today's game as easy canada. So let's get to now is gay. James honestly Bucket holidays fussy gave me the season to remind folks absolutely. Exxon was an absolute joy. If i watch that football that we've seen today as a false team of actually watched as i've actually thought to myself as an ange team and you'll lending team so i'm obsolete deleted without. Yeah i haven't seen is clearly thinks. His mother will we until end of the main metro season. So just start with up so angles. Hop rate bike ralston welsh stop felt and teela theme midfield of mcgregor settled essential fuel. Tom bill and rog itch on up front. We had a bata kyogo on kirsty. Any surprises for you. A couple of schizophrenia. His goods vetoing one where we see that we can say that last week in the podcast. He must have been a not starting lineup and it was actually good to see him again. I stop teams forest. Obviously coming for crusty. I believe that eight move and that was evident on today's performance or too cold by believed that eight ko's hundred percent. Yeah i think dentists one was making slipping ended up defensive material for soro and wrong. It's on gorgeous. How game here and there you know for me hasn't really said. Hey the late. Give jane to destroy. That game will be stuck in some places but overall creativity is something that we really benefit from. No absolutely it was good back mumbai. Ken i mean i kind of cost him. The back actually starts and it's been a long time. I mean they command. Go start of school. we're talking about. But yeah i was reading. There's been hanff echina- ange team Ellison's wars that means you look at them in the first fifteen twenty minutes it was shutting down because that keeps during the hype. Not gonna number ten dollars and osgood decision and start loving. And yeah i mean yeah in place of for me just short the star and this has been common and a couple of games at takes us can five ten fifteen minutes to saline about ten minutes in this game. It was about sticky back and forth. You know both teams will get above tame on the ball and then just about ten minutes things started to click away but some good build up play. And you've got a great chance of cure. Watch -ly on ten minutes with mortgage kissel. Tim and as about myself. Were you thinking of southern killed up point knob so on the basis that performance. Absolutely no hanes. As i want to but yeah i mean you look at johns you think just days it took a ten minutes to get things clicking in place first team whom game back..

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"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"Sponsored by ten ten podcasts the celtic exchange afresh and. Say one celtic club. Welcome to the celtics. J.j. poor smites reaction here from celtic park. On the final score was celtics sex. Dundee nola celtics sex dundee. No this is james from the celtics. James and i'm joined here by zinke thank you. What do you think of today's game as easy canada. So let's get them. Now is gay. James honestly Bucket holidays fussy gave me the season to mind. Folks absolutely excellent was an absolute joy. If i watch that football that we've seen today as a false team of actually watched is actually fought damasio. I is an ange team. And you'll lending team so i'm obsolete deleted. Yeah i haven't seen is clearly thinks. His mother will we until end of the main metro season. So just start with up so angles. Hop rate bike ralston welsh stop felt and teela theme midfield of mcgregor settled essential fuel. Tom bill enrich and up front. We had a bata kyogo on custody. Any surprises for you. A couple of schizophrenia. His goods vetoing one where we see that we can say that last week in the podcast he must have been kicking yourself nor a not starting lineup and it was actually good to see him again. I stop teams forest. Obviously coming out for crusty. I believe that eight move and that was evident on today's performance or to cold by believed that eight ko's hundred percent. Yeah i think dentists one was making slipping ended up the defensive material for soro and wrong. It's on gorgeous. How game here and there you know for me hasn't really said hair late. Given that chain to destroy that game will be stuck in some places but overall creativity is something that we really benefit from no absolutely. It was good to see that like mumbai. I mean i kind of lost him. The back actually starts and it's been a long time that yeah i mean they command you. Start of sticky school. We'll talk about that but yeah it was great reading. There's been hanff echina- ange team Ellison's wars that means he'll look him in the first fifteen twenty minutes. It was shutting down. Because that keeps during the hype. Not gonna number ten dollars an this condition and start loving and yeah yeah in place for me just short the star and this has been common and a couple of games at takes us can five ten fifteen minutes to sail ten minutes in this game. It was about sticky back and forth. You know both teams will get above tame on the ball and then just about ten minutes things started to click away but some good build up play..

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Albert Watson: From Math to Photography

Photography Daily

02:00 min | 7 months ago

Albert Watson: From Math to Photography

"This is. Albert albert photography's gaining mathematics locked. Because it seemed like you were destined to do something with your incredible mathematics muscle such that. You'd flexed work. In the am industry in your first job. Prod to uni which was calculating the path of missiles had they ever been fought wold russia. Not not the start of a story. Many people might expect so. It's my saw something creative but you certainly wanted to learn. Didn't you was determined to go back to university. Backed university go to university. Because i left. School went to london for one year. Then a factor for a year. But i was determined to go back to university i was determined and i took mathematic classes at night school and i also had two days a week going to art classes so at the end of the year. I missed the application to edinburgh art college so i applied to dundee and i got into into dundee which is the dunkin of jordan instead in college about up. And don't be which is part of sedans university and this is where you start to study. Graphic design was that i had two years general art. Yeah on what they do. Is you do pottery. You do drawing painting a lot of drawing and painting because they felt that was the basis of a lot of art and You had a history of our silversmith thing. Graphic design textile design and you could specialize. There were different schools within the college. I love design. I still do. I went into graphic design school. And i took the craft subject which was the first year they did. It was photography. But this time it was nineteen sixty four to sixty six that i studied in specialized graphic design and The craft subsequent

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Should You Give Awards to Your Team?

The $100 MBA Show

03:20 min | 9 months ago

Should You Give Awards to Your Team?

"Today's episode reminds me of a reoccurring episode that you might have caught on the office. You know that sitcom with all those people working at denver mifflin the paper company in pennsylvania. There was this reoccurring episode of them all going to chili's and attending the ceremony. They called the dundee's were michael scott. The boss of the office would give out little trophies. The ones you would see like at kids soccer matches to the people at the office at the company for different and sometimes strange accomplishments on the show. It's very clear that only michael scott. The boss is really enjoying themselves. At the dundee's they're all kind of forced to kind of go along with it and it begs the question. Is this a waste of time. Do people do this just because they feel they have to do this and recognize their employees in some way with some company party. This is stuff ever work and my answer is yes. It does work even in the show the office when they got up in the chili's to get their award even avert the strangest thing like white sneakers in the office in that moment when the receiving the award they have faced. They're happy now. This is obviously the cheesiest most lamest of version of award giving your company but the making. Here's everyone wants to feel. Recognized wants a fuel validated once a feel valued and sometimes just being recognized by someone that maybe is your boss or somebody look up to in front of their peers is just enough okay. Don't underestimate the value of praise praises. One was powerful things. People love hearing how well they're doing one feel good about themselves. They want to have confidence in. This happened by accident. You have to give them fuel for that confidence. So you don't need to formally have like an award ceremony and give out certificates and trophies. But you do need to recognize and praise in my opinion. I think you should do it in different frequencies and at different levels. So whether you're having a weekly team meeting and you're generally praising people and then the next time you meet with everybody else hands you point out some people on your team that are doing a good job and you praise them in front of your whole team and then maybe once a year when you have your team retreat and winter giving him maybe a gift to them a small gift to them before giving the gift you can say their name you can recognize their accomplishments and the Contributions to the team and why they're valued and it's just a gift but the gift we perceived as an award because the combination of the validation the praise along with gift and of course you could do it in your own style. You can do it in your own brand and way of your business and by the way. These gifts don't have to be expensive. They can literally be a pair of earphones or a notepad or gift certificate. The gift value is really not that important. The thought really does count and as long as something that they would like her will find useful to appreciate

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10 Trivia Questions From a Ladder Round

Trivia With Budds

05:10 min | 11 months ago

10 Trivia Questions From a Ladder Round

"Are gonna jump into ten questions on a ladder around right now. Here we go. It's latte around trivia and it's your first question number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle who played the title role on the tv. Show malcolm in the middle number one question number. Two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax number two which ban had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax remember if you got the first one correct. One of those words will carry over into number two and so on and so forth number to question number. Three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three and number four which australian i con played mick crocodile dundee number four which australian played mick crocodile dundee question number five which late actors starred in the films takers. Eight below and into the blue which late starred in the films takers. Eight below in into the blue followed by question number. Six supernatural star. Jared paddle lucky is. Set to star in a reboot of what nine hundred ninety s action drama. Tv show number. Six supernatural star. Jared pedal lucky is set to star in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show and number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven question number eight a nine hundred ninety two wasp w a s p song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight one thousand nine hundred eighty two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight and number nine what was the name of the row all dahl children's book which spawned two respective versions number nine. What was the name of the wral dow children's book which spun two films with gene wilder and johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions number nine followed by our last question number. Ten tae zahn day went viral in the mid. Two thousand after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Pretend taes andre went viral and mid two thousands after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Those are all your questions in the ladder round. Every answer helped you the next answer. Hopefully you're able to figure them all out and we'll be right back to see if he did in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to the latte around today. Let's see how you did if you're able to climb the entire ladder number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle. That was frankie. Muniz frankie muniz. He is a racer and he is an actor. Frankie muniz number two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song relaxed. That was frankie. Goes to hollywood. So frankie was the word that carried over there never three. Which wrestler was the leader of the new world order. That was hollywood. Hulk hogan hollywood hulk hogan and number four which australian icon played. Mick crocodile dundee. That of course was paul hogan paul hogan number five which laid actor starred in the films takers eight below and into the blue paul walker r.i.p paul walker number. Six supernatural star. Jared petty is set to start in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show. That's walker texas ranger walker texas ranger and number seven. What horror film franchise has entry subtitled the next generation and the beginning. That is texas chainsaw massacre and number eight of nineteen ninety-two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk that was chainsaw charlie chainsaw charlie number nine. What was the name of the rile children's book which spawned two films with gene wilder. Johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions. That was charlie and the chocolate factory. Charlie and the chocolate factory and a pretend as on day went viral in the mid to thousands. After the music video for which of his songs was released online. That was chocolate rain making it chocolate rain. And there you have it. The ladder from luke mckay. Thank you for sending those questions

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On Monday, ‘Christmas Star’ appears in sky for first time in 800 years

WSB programming

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

On Monday, ‘Christmas Star’ appears in sky for first time in 800 years

"And look to the skies tomorrow evening for an early Christmas present. The Christmas Star, as it's called, will appear in the night sky. For the first time in nearly 800 years, it'll appear that Jupiter and Saturn are merging even though they're really hundreds of millions of miles apart. Tell US science Museum astronomer David Dundee tells Channel two action news The best time for viewing if you look in the direction where the sun sets and the sun will set around 5 30 in the Southwest. And as it gets dark around six o'clock you'll see a above the tree line. Don't wanna miss this potentially once in a lifetime opportunity, you'll have to wait until the year 2080 for your next

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Rockstar buys Ruffian Games, rebrands to Rockstar Dundee

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Rockstar buys Ruffian Games, rebrands to Rockstar Dundee

"Breaking news, Rockstar buys crackdown to developer. Ruffian Games rebrand them to Rockstar Dundee. This is Kirk McCain over the Gamer Rockstar now owns Ruffian Games and has rebrand the studios Rockstar Dundee Ruffy and has been working with Rockstar. Since last year assisting in the development of rockstars title the studios. Home Developers. Who have worked on both manhunt and grant the grand theft auto series according to Companies House listing the studio which is best known for his work crackdown to and the master chief collection was rebranded as Rockstar Dundee on October Sixth Rockstar, and the is listed on the company's career page and was noticed by keen twitter user last month, but the tweet went unnoticed. The gamer can now confirm this new studio is roughing games under a new name roughing games confirmed that it is working with Rockstar confirmed it was working a lot rockstar last year when it was looking for a fresh talent to bolster ranks the quota tweet the official announce put out a call for hires, which is just we're hiring the team in roughing games. Since ruffy and has previous experience recreating favorites with the master chief collection. Many fans are wondering if the studio apply that same magic to some rockstar classics such as the original red dead. Redemption. More likely that Rockstar is gearing up to increase production into Nexgen during which the studio plans to release GTA five plus five in the xbox series X.

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As Second Wave of Virus Builds, U.K. Enters New Testing Crisis

The Leader

04:34 min | 1 year ago

As Second Wave of Virus Builds, U.K. Enters New Testing Crisis

"It's imperative that people who fear they have covered symptoms are able to be checked as quickly as possible. In the absence of a vaccine. That's the only effective way to stop infections spreading the prime minister says that schools shouldn't send whole classes or people bubbles home and said child has had a positive test but tower enough come this work. If there's nowhere for them to be tested, it's a shambles. The principal cause of this mess is, of course, organizational and administrative failure by the government on those tasked with delivering the system. But what's not helping either is the lack of clear consistent messaging from ministers. The prospect of a second national lockdown, which must be avoided if possible was being quashed today by ministers but if London and the country as a whole is to overcome the current spike and infections. Prevent further restrictions the government from the prime minister down must end the testing chaos and get a grip of its message to. A reporter Rachel Buffet spent the last couple of days researching this and she's with me now, Rachel. You tried them all every borough in the city. What happened say yesterday we spent about five hours. Trying to book a test everywhere in London. Using, residential postcard for each. And there was none available anywhere. We went. He'd be redirected yesterday to tests outside of London. It was simply not debatable check back later. Still. Not Test available. At again, this morning as well. Yeah. Again, this morning that was. Sort of eighteen available for a walk in center in Kensington. But again, when we tried to book that that was it the slots for booking she came up and this really is just exposing how difficult this crisis is particularly as we have a situation where you know the prime minister has said. CHILDREN SHOULDN'T! Be! Taken off out school Unless their entire bubble is a task but now parents get a test you spoke to apparent in to what kind of trouble will they heaven? Yes. But I quasi parents A couple of in story know they had to go huge round trip is three hours to EPSOM. Paradise boats you had today at just to get a test and they were you know saying alarms midnight waking up refreshing the government page days. Together, test others we spoke to would actually just. Pay For private tests which cost over one hundred pounds just so they can get their kids but to school and they don't have to sell vice sleep two weeks and I think the thing is as well. You know kids especially young kids they get a little time and you know the constantly got colds and coughs and things like that So love tests you know people have that tested negative, but they can't risk it and they have stated time of work on. which has a huge impact on incomes well, for low people this just it's just a huge disparity across the UK as well. So you know we try to protests in Scotland putting in Scottish codes on his ones available immediately go get one in half an hour until of Aberdeen Dundee. That's all fine. But trying to get one in London is just impossible and is there anything being done about it? I hear them might be a new rationing system in place yes and that`ll Be Announced today that there's going to be rationing system where he workers teaches HSA workers camera because. They will get priority protests which can only be a good thing but. There are so many key wikus, huge amounts, people, h HFS and teaching schools, and there are so many patients covid while Kiwi status the the still going to be a huge number of people needing tests all the time. especially. Love Them. We'll have children who come home be on Ben their whole house openly tests. I mean, hopefully it will help but. Donate. So what was the health saying about? All this Donald tells the saying you know they're adding tests all the time they go team hundred, thousand tests day. But when he speak to actual people. There's no one I spoke to. The said Yep was able to just go and get a test. It was so easy in the last two weeks I mean full children stopped back at school. Yes. It was easy to get test but now the children's died back at school it's just very, very difficult especially in the

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"dundee" Discussed on The Microscopists

The Microscopists

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Microscopists

"And I think if anybody read it now, it's just that's that's a piece of work. But you know, it was one of the first live Imaging experiments, right and it was and I thought you know, I remember clearly there was a huge question in the field about how chromosomes were constructed in how various proteins were active on the on chromosomes and you know was decades of work looking at different types of looking at chromosomes from different page that has different fixation methods and so on and this was one of the first experiments to look at, you know, in a live organism and the results were astounding it was the results, you know the first time I got the results. So I'm sitting at a microscope a very light one or two in the morning. And the way the protein was moving on and off the chromosomes. No one had ever predicted before anything could happen. And in fact, our cameras went so sensitive. And so basically there was this moment in the cell cycle where the protein I was looking at Subway summer is to completely diffused off of the chromosomes. But that mentions the signal is diffused below the detection limit of the camera basically signal and all I had was dark noise and I was just sitting there thinking. What happened, How did how did the system break now? I'm looking at dark noise, right? Why how could it possibly what could have gone wrong? And then the signal came back as the protein very localized and then I fell out of my chair and bruised my arm really but you know, it was it was a profound scientific results. So there's one did Jason I'm going to ask my first Pub. And that was in the days you had to write it print it and post it wasn't it? Oh, yeah. I mean do you actually recall I recall my first my first met I remember going with it in a brown envelope. I'm actually wishing. Well as you post it through. Can you remember that moment all those I think two copies of the printed manuscript two copies of the all of the made-up signal on storyboards Etc. Right? I think on that one. I think we probably have them photographed and submitted the photographs. And all of that is in big brown melanin. Absolutely. It's so different though. You don't remember clicking send putting it through that letter box kissing it praying putting it through. So, please visit please like it. I think this is too old and you know, like remembering the right, right? Let's see the old this side of it man. Yeah, so that one and then I think the other one is our paper. That was we published. We've been the first paper we published on Thursday the management system that we built over many years that works started in 2004/2005 paper that was published in 2012, I think and not just an enormous amount of work from a whole bunch of different people and brought in contributions from mid from the community. It was it was just a it was a great example of what we were trying to do with God. That's eight years of work to get the the key paper for that work. I mean in person years I a lot many times 8 which I think is actually a credit you mentioned a couple of the Thunders already say bbsrc wellcome trust and so forth. I notice being funding from other avenues. They put a lot of trust in scientist a lot of trusting you for these ideas are very holistic that they're very community-driven. Yeah and not in some of these cases and not to solve a specific biological questions if it's kind of a bit outside their remit, but at some cases but they put the faith in it. It's taken eight years to get to the big impact paper 2012 idea was an incredibly fast, you know, that was within a year or more. So I'm coming through but I think our funders we got to give them credit. That's perfect. Cuz this is where the big impacts are made and sometimes it doesn't happen overnight. You got to keep going and have faith in your work. Yeah, I mean, yeah, I've been very very fortunate to have here in the UK quite forward-looking suddenly bodies. I don't and and I am I'm sure they don't I know they don't do this with all of that funding they are willing to take chances and willing to have that longer View and am you know, we we've been the beneficiary of I think a great funding environment here and I would actually rewind back almost to the starter today that International profile you had a Salesman you have to make sure that people know and aware that there's a need in the market. So so I'm going to welcome that the idea but the community has to be ready to have that foresight to age. Ghost reviewers they already a kind of aware that this is a need and so it does come back. It's it's a Salesman type first sensation profiling getting messages across and checking it's real and needed. Yeah, I think. I mean, I mean, I'm a little concerned about the start with the state of science. So, you know, you're talking about giving talks at meetings Etc off the pace of publication now is so high that you know, keeping track at all and reading things deeply is is super hard. It's just you know it speaking for myself. It's beyond the you know physical capability. You know, so I mean, you know, there's an awful lot of science on Twitter. There's a enormous amount of Imaging them with so people are exchanging ideas. And that Medium, I think that there's a reason people in doing that but also I think there's a reason that you know, we have this proliferation of meetings and Symposia, et cetera and all of that's great. But yeah, I think it does serve a purpose in a condensed in two and half or three days you or I or or, you can sit through a very dense pack presentation. And get a sample of what's going on, right? I think that fix the Bayou region community in general is very Collision each other but everyone supports and helps each other. It's I think that's quite acceptional across there's one or two other Technologies, but a lot of other communities our FAQ / think yeah, there's been several initiatives a priority new case is one initiative. That's really brought the UK certainly closer together and follows across Europe into a global environment as well. Don't you think behind a lot of that in the UK and Europe as well? So but just briefly before we wrap up it'll be good to see here. It's because not everyone would get her to buy me Janu ke you were by emerging Global by Imaging so actually salesman. I'm going to give you So minutes to pitch on this. Okay. So I guess the sales pitch. This is all about research infrastructure. And again kind of going back to what we say. What we're talking about. These are about capabilities about open access to those capabilities that debt then underpin scientific discovery and advances off. One of the principles is that Imaging is an absolutely key component to Modern biological and biomedical Science Kid.

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"dundee" Discussed on The Microscopists

The Microscopists

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Microscopists

"You know, I can't, you know, I can't participate in those projects without my colleagues and they can't participate with us me I bring a lot of biological know how and domain expertise on that side. They bring a lot of expertise in fact addicts clean. Yeah that expertise outside of your own expertise head against ever have good team. So I tried actually yeah, we have a lot of contributions is actually one of my boss HGTV Marcos at Rodger league is up there with you. Yeah, actually never argue in the I could see I'm not listening to you. Well, I mean, you know, you know Rodger worked with us for many years and Incredibly productive, you know, I don't you know, we don't run an organization that's about you know, sending to me listening is one thing, you know taking commands is that's not that's not how the specifics work. Yes. So with all my stresses off balancing it. I know it's not easy and actually you do give me some some photos at this point, so At least this one this is this a good Jason. You know, this picture is brilliant your face on the picture itself and your hair wow is all over the place right beautiful day and sensory increase. Yeah lovely day with my family actually off my wife kids. Uh, my sisters my mom know we're all there together my only so you go to Greece with your family your children your mom and and you call that winding down with all of them together and then then there's Yeah, these pictures of you. Where where is it? Jason this picture? I love Paris in the Hebrides in Scotland. And that's October in the Hebrides. Anybody knows anything about the seasons in the UK. It's getting pretty rough at that time. And yeah, so that's the Autumn holidays and I had a brilliant idea to drag the family Hub to the island cuz I'm just looking at your daughter there prompt up leaning against you thinking this was not such a smart idea that I think if this isn't one of your best ideas, we talked about it finally at the time and still we refer to it as the holiday of death marches cuz we woke up and down the island and cross and the kids were like, this is I guess I'm not allowed to swear. So I'm not allowed to actually say they looked at looked so nice to swear. I'm sure sure you're salaried or to be swearing at that point home page. Perhaps. He looks like he's enjoying the nature and looking down and seeing what's actually here we go walking know we have it was a lovely time Harris is beautiful. It's one of the smartest guys. I love this picture cuz I I you can get me an even bigger quit for now. I've got a different wife. That's the perfect size should be she'll back in about half an hour. You could that's in Singapore. Actually. I mean I know where that is actually in Singapore as well. It's in the Marina Bay Gardens. I think yeah, just like a circus for the Formula One is a pit Lane to just the other side of the Zone advisory there for many years that at the a star one of the a star institutes and would go out there once a year and a couple of times and nothing came up with me and we have a lovely time after after meeting. So I guess that's you know on the Travel side. I quite deliberately don't Add any extra days almost ever except if I moved with them so they get to go out occasionally with you. Then. So he's never been in a good enough location to bring your families that were you saying. So I've never seen about an hour be meeting for example know now you just offended half of the people around you if in other places it is taken. I know I'm going to get it for that one. Oh, well, obviously, yeah. What can I say? How did you remain motivated? Cuz you've had so much you've had so much success. You keep moving forward. I think we'll talk next about by reading UK you were by Imaging Global by Imaging the amount of effort Life Energy. You must it must take out of you to you. Got Glencoe. You've got your research group. You've got these initiatives on the go you could what keeps you motivated on. How on Earth. Do you keep the momentum going? I mean it's kind of hard to answer that question because I almost don't recognize. How do I haven't even I wouldn't even know how to answer that question. I just do I mean the science is so darn important. I think it's one of the Privileges of being a research scientist is what you're doing is biased nature contributions to your Society, you know, it's a real privilege to have such a position off. So yeah that that's enough. I don't I know how to answer the question beyond that. Yeah. I'll put words in your mouth. You mentioned earlier. You've got a really good support team. That that. Yeah, I mean one maybe a way of answering your question. I have an amazing team. I feel duty-bound to to do my job for them to deliver for them. Yeah, and often talk to you know, if strip it down, you know, my job is to work with them and for us together to do important work, but my job also going back to work just fine for my job is to you know Market to present the work to show the world what we're doing to hopefully see how that power work can impact their work off. My job is also to continue to raise the funds to fund the work right to write the grants and stuff. So There, you know there's a young. Motivation for funding you're feeding an awful lot of families. I mean, it's a good put it very bluntly. I've just realized why you accepted this interview. Now took the message out and I keep it done a friend who thinks. Yeah p o do it with you not at least you'll treat about it when comes out. I'll I'll do my job on Twitter moving throughout. I've got a couple of other bits. What is your favorite publication? It doesn't have to be that you've authored or co-authored. It doesn't have to be your status Publications. Which one are you most fond of? I think probably two for two different reasons. The first is.

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07:41 min | 1 year ago

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"The forecast is condensed on the lenses and and that is a true story and but it also I would just say it speaks to the exacting standards that John had for his microscopy and the way that so just to you know, it would it would be ours to talk about how everything was integrated on that microscope. That's another science behind that. Yeah, I've had the gas is collect. So just switching tuck a bit. So you came to Dundee in ninety-eight. How did you find the track? That's quite a big move to go from one country to another country. Yeah, how was that? How did you find that you know, we we nervous about switching countries confidence. What were the problems of that that actually brought about in itself? Probably the short version is that You're in you're in a place where people are normally speaking the same language still uses the same words, but everything is different. And so you don't really have no idea what's going on around and so, you know, the decision to leave the US was complex that job offers the US buffers wage and the offer for Dundee here in the UK and it seemed like a a bit of an adventure but you know arriving in a place where people say things to you in your conscious that you have no idea what someone is saying and you don't even know what questions to ask trying clarify. That's that's that was the channel and that was that's true in Social settings. True, you know trying to find schools for your kids It Strike, you know, it's true in the scientific environment as well. So I mean it's hard to move but I think like you said most scientists have told them and you recommend a big switch different nationalities. Yes. Yeah. Well, I guess so because you chose UK over us wage, I mean, but you know, it's right it was right for myself was right for my family. So yeah, it's worked out. I mean that that's my view. That's that's a very personal right? So I'm thinking so that's one challenge. You've got quite a big career. You've had lots of diversity. It was when have you found the most challenging time? That's a big sign. Yeah, I mean challenging. There's lots of different types of challenges. And so I guess you know I get asked back. Okay? Well what kind of challenge do you mean be? But I think probably you know the hardest time. Is really that transition. And this was my experience. I think it's true for an awful lot of academics that's transition where you're going from, you know, Junior independent investigator into into a tenured position or whatever that is different names for it and different worlds. It's a really tough time. It's really really tough. It's tough on your head. It's quite demanding just you know, what you have to deliver. Yeah, I would say that was one of the toughest times that's and that's mostly I presume down-to-earth and and self pressure a lot of it. Yeah, I mean When I came to Dundee, like I said, my dad was an academic and I had seen an awful lot of rough and tumble of Academia and an awful. I have to say a lot of things I see. Happening around me and happening to my colleagues. I remember my father talking about the you know in the sixties right over, you know over dinner, you know things have happened. So I'm I'm not in no way do I need to say that, you know to diminish the challenges of being an academic it's hard, but it definitely is something it's just there's a lot of it seems to be introduced to the system that we've done but I don't know. Yeah, tough time. I think I think that think you'll have a lot of people listening or watching that agree with that and I possibly a feeling that now as well. Yeah, I I mean I will I say that, you know, I'm now I'm officially old right and so I can say these things took me decades to learn that how tough it is is related directly to in a commitment to being, you know, world class and excellent and and being world class and excellent is really hard right and wrong. When I came to Dundee because I was an academic I you know I said, okay instead of myself. I have to schedule a meeting with a department chair that time a diamond in the downtown's dead and I need to talk with him about the requirements for tenure and get this all clear and I I scheduled that appointment and I you know set you know, I was younger, you know, thank for meeting me. I'd like to know how you you know plan on evaluating me for tenure so I can properly organize any of my my target said, you know, all of the things around or you know, focus and organization and planning and he said International reputation. I did say this but I thought ax murder and I just have a lot of citations at that point. Yeah, exactly. And and I said well, okay, we had this discussion but I it took me a while to understand what people were saying this part of this was a done anything done me had a desire to put itself on the map to be a world-class research institution and what that meant was. That went for example Pete or any of the other senior staff would go to meetings. They wanted to they wanted to hear people talking about you frankly. I mean, you know, why would people why would people be talking about? Okay. Well, maybe actually there but more seriously more seriously world-class scientists. And so I think that's that's what makes it so hard is that the aspiration is to be absolutely world-class making significant contributions. Yeah, and and and we now are dead live in a global community and a global scientific Enterprise and so by definition what we what do when you know, you use the word significant or significance is has to be on that scale. That's incredibly challenging and it's really really super hard it puts all of us.

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08:05 min | 1 year ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Microscopists

"Back the evening going out for another thirty forty sometimes much longer it just to get the miles on legs. But in fact we had we had Pro staying with us in our apartment and they were doing more miles, but they were getting up at you know, 9:00 and going up and coming home, you know coming home and having lunch have an app going out again and that that's the difference. It's just impossible to compete with someone who's able so you say you got Thug when you were UCSF is that the first I guess it's a chemist you will never really using like microscopes guessing. Obviously a lot of your career has been based around the use and application job. Nature of my Crosby said when was the first time used a microscope? My first rotation in graduate school, it was complete accident. So we'll try to make this as concise as possible nineteen eighty-six nineteen-eighty-seven. Then the first examples of what was called site-directed mutagenesis were published. And so, you know, you could look at the sequence of of a protein mutate an amino acid and then look at what happened then a say that effect and so this was being done on enzymes, but you know, the the technology to make a make a point mutation and in a in a cdna adjust been developed and protein expression in the very early days. Add a vague Arts group at UCSF was if not the first then definitely one of the first to make a mutation that just didn't just kill the enzymes. So but in fact they had they had switched the specificity of a of a bacterial protease from small hydrophobic amino acids, and and just by changing the binding site. They had brought in the specificity of enzyme so rational design and it was mind-blowing that you know, you could do such a thing. And so that's what I was going to do. That was my that was my career goal at home. I was wanted to join his lab and I was interviewing him interviewing with him and we talked an awful lot about the various projects. At at the end of about an hour discussion one evening, you said, you know, I I I have this other side of my lap, you know, do want to hear about that? And I thought it would be wrong to say no. So I said sure and I said, yeah, we do a lot of three-dimensional structures of cells using microscopy. I had no idea what he was talking about. But after you know a few suggestions, it seemed like so UCSF at that time was one of the few graduate programs that was doing rotations. So you would spend a year as a graduate student your first year off sampling different Laboratories at that time. It was a very novel idea. So I just thought well, hey, you know, I'll just I'll do a rotation and it's just to learn about it because sounds cool and Short version is you know, that was it was over. I was in my class. Yeah. Congratulations. Welcome to the club. A lot of us are very late to the club of relatively late to the club. So just thinking a bit more about the microscope themselves tell us about this with well, that's this is actually a map. There's a few people in the world who exceed those so that was a design that came out of the ice in the eighties of celebrate the retirement of one their senior engineers. Please the way I heard this story. I haven't verified this with anybody in Zeiss, but this was effectively the retirement gift designed your your microscope and sort of see in the image behind you. It has various modules, but you can also see that can't see the whole thing in that. So the this is an inverted microscope the objective lens and turn our way. I have a pretty long arms. I barely could be so if you are looking down the binocular I could barely adjust the field diaphragm cuz it's actually on the back of that huge Tower. So it wasn't what should we say easy to use, but it was The best microscope that I've laid my hands on for many years with the darkest microscope. So no stray light and so fluorescents just it just images were incredibly crisp and in my PhD lab, so David guard Johnson. For the were one of two labs and I think they were leading the way to get off camera and put it on a microscope and that they have a size Jaan have his eyes actually map and they got a TV Camera from tektronix and they put it on that microscope. It was one of the first digital microscopes in the world. That was my PhD when that's cool. I've got sets got one the load longest Focus stalks that I've seen on the microscope as well as huge like a magic wand. Yeah. Well, it has to be right because actually You are you know, you need a way, you know, your arms are kind of reaching around all this it's yeah, it wasn't ergonomically-designed that wasn't his point across and its own microscope lab or in the Open Bench know in a positive pressure a room filtered are attacking the whole thing. It's a filter day which sounds quite good cuz I could have sworn you told me so I think in the past about microscope greens, maybe not being the best place in the world. Yeah. Okay. Here's the story so you imagine this is a positive pressure all filter tacky Mouse on the outside special room for this microscope and It's various computers in the room as well controlling this and the other revolutionary thing about those microscope again, you have to remember when this was like a t s Yu Sushi Haruka in John's in Johns lab had managed to get a stepper motor on to the subject of her. So now you've had a three-dimensional Optical sectioning microscope so stuff that we no take for granted. No one would even think twice about the novelty of that. This was a gardener. So amazing lenses all of that stuff before at that time to collect a three-dimensional set of optical sections through a. Be staying nucleus was an amazing feat and took an awful lot of time on the computer at cetera. So you would sit there collecting these data sets. And you know, I was sitting in the in the microscope room collecting some data & Johnson. My other PhD advisor open Thursday instead, you know, everything's going okay. Yeah. Yeah said you kind of sniffed the room and he said did you fart? That's fed. No, I definitely didn't any said are you sure John? Believe me off if I find it, you know, we would know it you said okay. We don't fart in.

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08:05 min | 1 year ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Microscopists

"You know the the ramp up I think initially it was people thought well, you know, will this work and you know, we still have a long way to go before this is publishing Imaging data is off. Teen and this happening for the for the majority of studies that used Imaging but definitely making progress. Think pretty important step was 2018. I guess publishing a paper with our colleagues a d d e m b l n e b. I am trying to layout ideas around what about archiving data annotating data making a target of databases so-called wage added-value databases and and trying to think about losing all of those together and to imagine what a mature ugh image data off the word we use there is ecosystem, you know, or you know, a community of data of of data resources would look like and so one of the biggest challenges is surely going to be getting the user Community to know about it. It's easy to get the lights of cause to know about it might cost can be Geeks to know about it. But actually we're not the one job Innovating tons of relevant data is at least two users and to get them engaged and to buy into it. That's what it can be a huge challenge. Right? So, I mean there's there's a it was a slightly trembling answer and there's a serious answer but drivel answer is yeah. That's why I'm on the road. That's why you know, they just a Salesman. Yeah. Well part of science is you know communicating your ideas off but more seriously actually what's happening now, and we're adoption is coming from has less to do with us directly and more to do with Journal editors. And so Nick's our Sprinter journalists are recommending you know have on their website idrs a recommended repository for these data is great. But something else is happening where specific editors in journals are targeting papers a paper that has significant amount of Imaging data is sent to us off and literally several times a week. Now, we get an email that reads more or less word for word d r i d r i have a paper about to be accepted in fill in the blank name of the turn off theater is told me I must deposit the data in IDR. Please help. You know my bed, you know we go from there. So I guess look at your analogy being a sales, but I can see your lovely bi-fold doors behind you. I can imagine the sales income and gains you're saying that's one way what you're doing and yet you've also got the building Regulators coming around telling you you have to buy double glazing. Yeah. I mean, we Jason if we get that is sunshine, isn't it? Are you actually really in Dundee? This is Scotland. Okay, and yes, I have in Dundee welcome to my house and I will tell you one level a thing about living all the way up here on east coast of Scotland is you know, I listen every morning to you know, the rate the weather forecast on the radio and it's at Roche found in England and you know, they'll be storms coming in and even on the west coast of Scotland, but here on East Coast, it's great. I've got some quick-fire questions for you Jason go for these guys and you just got off one of the other no hesitation. Okay, so don't think about it. I'm ready tidy or Messi. Oh definitely messy tea or coffee always coffee and large amounts local TV package one of the other. Yeah depends when time of day or attacked. Above u k o u s u k o there goes your American passport office. I've lived in Europe for a 20 I think it's coming up to twenty two years now and it's been great wage level agreement. Yeah back in ninety-eight. I think it was when you joined in set up and start to develop just look back at that cuz you came to the UK welcome transpire Center wage at the University of Dundee and develop that into what it is today. And you know, it's very well known internationally Foods Imaging which is very much driven by yourself through adopting new technologies. But you're not a biologist from you first degree. Are you I love that look of confusion of what I say. You're not about none of my orders page. Where is this going? What was your degree Bachelor bachelor's degree in chemistry five years racing bicycles. And so you have probably from your degree you then spent five years racing bicycles before going back into silence. Yeah. So how serious with your cycling pretty so Finished University was really enjoying racing. My parents. My dad was an academic. My mom was a nurse what exactly sure what to do with someone who is devoting themselves to going down Hills very fast and things like that. And actually I've had subsequently had some discussions with my mother. She was pretty worried but Please play Boston and then in San Francisco's racing. Had a job in San Francisco at UCSF working in a laboratory and it was learning a lot about pretty kind of Hardcore biochemistry protein purification off and UCSF at the time was this amazing place. There was just so much going on still is so amazing research environment and I thought I got the bug and admittedly going fast downhills is a lot of is pretty odd, but you start thinking about the longevity, you know at some point start to you know, start seeing well. Okay, this is fun. But you know what, you know, there's eventually, you know, a neuron fires and says okay time to be serious. They must be any trade Pro Semi-Pro. No, all amateur all amateur and so the problem with that in at least that time in the bicycling world. The the to transition from amateur to you know, I was on a team we had some sponsorships etcetera, but it was pretty lean. So you have to work two jobs now for your food in your tires, basically and I You know to make the transition to being a full pose a big step and I was racing against guys. So I was getting up at 5 in the morning doing forty or fifty miles. Um getting home going.

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08:05 min | 1 year ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Microscopists

"Jason Hyer courtesy. Yeah, likewise seems to be seeing a lot of your these days with a different initiatives going on. That does lots of meetings lots of zooms. It's a lot. Yes a lot of here's another one. Yes exactly. I'm going to bed early man very much known certainly on the circuit. You're all wait very seldom. Have I ever met you when you've come from dundy? Usually you've come from somewhere completely different on route back to damaged device somewhere else as well. Actually this lockdown must be terrible. You're stuck at home. How how did your family coping? Well, first off I loved it absolutely loved being on. This has been fabulous. I've been locked down for I think it's 11 or 12 weeks down. So I I absolutely loved meeting people on these trips. I love the talking and the ideas and the oil change. I hate the airports. I did test the hotels the planes. I'm okay with cuz it's usually quiet and I could work and there's you know, I'm not in you know, Seventeen Magazine's and all of that stuff. So I actually don't mind the flights because I can get work done. But I have this thing with my kids it's you know, texting back and forth. You know, you know, where where are you Dad? You know, who knows in yet another anonymous orange hotel room so dead. Yeah traveling is part of the job. But also I think this part of a way of connecting with the community and so that's why I I think talking to other people as well as great faith is being very productive very efficient time wise. Yeah, but it's kind of using the existing Networks. I'm really not sure that you don't necessarily develop close new networks. You don't have that same interaction. I don't know what your thoughts are around that. There's there's an element of that and it and is something I've thought about which is you often get invited to meetings. From people who know you which is great and it's always great to see those people interacted reinforce those connections an awful lot of great collaborations and changes ideas come out of that. But yes, there's a certain I don't want to say redundancy a bit of repetitiveness. You know, I'm sure you find the same thing. You do see an awful lot of the same people giving talks over and over again. My father was an academic and he was you know, his view was it never gave the same talk twice, you know, that's if you think about that what means. It's actually pretty it's a pretty high bar which is set for yourself. I have to say haven't I have given the same voice but definitely, you know, seeing the same things over and again, sometimes it's good to reinforce things hear things a few times that helps but I mean, yeah, there's it would be nice. I'm not what I really enjoy is going to two meetings in communities. I know nothing about so I'm I'm walking in I'm literally struggling to keep up with the vocabulary dead. Just to understand the words that people in using you know, that you know that ends up being quite fresh. It's challenging but it's also an awful lot of fun. I I totally agree and you do get invited to give the same talk as you we get invited to give the same talk and it's the same material time and time again, but a slightly different audience wage. Watching each talk is slightly spun slightly differently. Yes, but thank goodness of a different audience. Otherwise I run out of jokes. Like you heard all your jokes, please. Well, you haven't you haven't see what I've got lined up for you. Okay, let's make it kind of refreshing that you can have different audiences and I think technology moves on the lounge opens two different markets. My cost would be great for Moving from Market to Market the height their High Plex Imaging the spatial profiling has just opened up a whole new area for my cost appears to be talking to an impacting that we weren't previously off, you know on our agenda. It's an unbelievably powerful and flexible technology and it just keeps extending its scope. I my version of what you just said, which is a very similar which wage, um, the whole single-cell profiling explosion, you know, and that's for a lot of people the adoption of of Imaging truly Imaging in that world is just started if there's a mass of I mean will be it is becoming and it will be transformation. I know we've talked a bit about this in the past but actual I'm going to skip I'm not going to look at the past. Just think about the now i d r i timeliness for this and the exposure data. This is Shirley if this is healthy. It's not an innovation is its Innovations in private on that come together that really enabled these and to tell us a bit about idea on where you see that fitting into it all. Jason just cut out there for a second for me. Sorry but you wish could do that to me all the time. Just going to Annex me Jason. Tell me a bit about idea. Okay, so bad idea or image data resource built upon, you know informed and built at least initially with the ideas that are coming out of the genomics and structural biology community that data sets that are associated with the review Publications are valuable. They're valuable for integrity their enviable for Re-Use Store available for this reinforcing the the concepts that are being presented in a publication. So in a very naive way, you know, can we do the same thing for Bio Imaging data the problem is and so, you know, if you if put it that way it's easier to say. Oh, yes, we should walk and so yeah, but the cops fine, but right as you well know but the plethora of different modalities the data sizes the the applications there's a huge amount of complexity in all of this and so I'd ER starts started the project in 2015. It was built upon some ideas that we worked on through Glencoe the company around with the JCB data viewer that was built with Ross University press Then we you know thinking about rather than doing a journal specific resource now doing effectively community resource. And so we're fortunate. I am fortunate enough to get some funding from bbsrc to support that poor and in collaboration with the European bioinformatics Institute TV, I started building that off and round I think mid-2016 or so i d r has been in production taking data sets from the community working through the annotations and wage and then publish them online and it's just taken off of there..

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

Urban Australia

"David. Because Australia's so far away from the other continents. It's easy for the rest of the world to not really have a clear image of what it's like. The stereotype made include kangaroos on every corner and Paul Hogan Wrestling Crocodiles, in the outback. Do you find that a lot of visitors you meet in Australia come armed with a lot of misperceptions about what they'll find preconceptions invariably wrong. Suddenly it's the case in Australia where as you saw the introduction, the business about Kangaroos hopping down the main street with nothing could be further divorced from reality that image and a Crocodile Dundee. Well, he came from the northern territory and he actually lives in America now, and he's one of our favorite experts. So, there you go. Australia's quite urbanized then. It's very of an is and it's a huge landmass. It's only a fraction smaller than the United States and everyone will the vast majority of people live within twenty kilometers of the coast say fifteen miles of the coast. So you have a huge concentration of people have been buried narrowband typically stretching from Cy Melvyn in the south up to Brisbane that halls probably seventy five percent of Australia's population right there. Yes. Okay. Now, the two dominant cities would be Sydney and Melbourne where where do you go for the best urban thrills? What would you recommend? How do they compare comparing? Them is very difficult and the answer you get when you ask that question will dependent tally on where that person was from. They are Mel Benon. Sevan for Melvin or Sydney Saad and the endless rivalry between the two. People from Sydney Regard Melburnians as easy as boring or as people for Melvin C Sydneysiders as frivolous where you fun loving I come from northern New South Wales I'm a country boy. Oh so you can get unbiased I i. have a Sydney Wife. Sybil on wife. So my leanings now with Sydney, but the only city I've lived in Australia in Melvin. Okay how do you characterize the two times? Is there a different culture for the people in the United States you know we got the coast and the West Coast I think there's a big difference between the two and the difference is really driven by climate. And that Melvin. Has further south and thus it has quite cold winters Sydney's lot warmer and therefore the accident is more on outdoor activities and as a coastal city, you have wonderful beaches what the bond I beach is. One of the world's iconic beaches now is their rivalry between the two cities naturally. So arrival of everything, which is why the capital of Australia is halfway between the two because they could not decide where to put it to avoid a civil war related had to had to avoid. That's great. Now you live in Melbourne and understand there's a lot of Greeks living in Melbourne maybe that's why you do tours degrees. Is there some connection there what's with the Greeks and Melbourne while the Greeks came to Melbourne after World War Two an after the Greek civil war which fetch -ly trashed all the great infrastructure and at the time. Metro will populate or perish, and they wanted to populate with Europeans and so the offer went out to Italians. Of various descriptions as populate Oh perished, I was the manager they were afraid that they would be swept away by the Asians from the north. So perish sort of a almost a racist thing populate with white people or we're going to be bowled over by this rising Asian hord. I. Think at the time that the policy was put in place. It was very overtly racist right and they will also terms that we use which totally unacceptable today and I can't use them already now either. So the the word went out and maybe perhaps the more poor countries in white Europe per day call and let Greeks went on there absolutely, and the time they were considered a little bit too small the. They really wanted white northern Europeans say Germans. Rather, than southern Europeans

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

Painting and Decorating Tips from the 1950s

"Clean job when painting kitchen or bathroom tie plastic bags over the tops. They will be kept nice and Clean Mrs L.. BITTY killary Sleet Dundee. Now that's a good idea. My Kosei about north. Oh I I mean some some of the tips. You know practical value in some tipsters sub stalker by wash thing. I've ever heard what old I I mean. It's a bet on Ben. Vanilla precaution the fully decorating of them. roku fittings was bustling afterwards. It's any paint on. them can be easily cleaned off. Mrs D Richardson. Eight bevin avenue right hoop sutherland. It's almost all tip next. But what. Aw I always my first reaction is for that. First thing is probably implant painter decorator and a plastic bag over or in tight because otherwise you could clean the damn things afterwards which sounds good idea? I think that's a good check. Thinks manually whatever wipe it clean tops. I hope yeah but I'm spoke to pin on would make it more difficult but which for me today on a plastic bag over or something like that. I mean just whipping the opening done and then done was Bu Slava vaseline go to clean the vastly. And lastly what you mean is difficult to go. Once it's hard. I've actually known to date when the tip came from but if it was the very early nineteen fifties plus bugs. I wouldn't really very people baga suppose yeah okay close and not please I will give you a brilliant tip papering when doing a papering job. Try using a pinch roller to apply the paste. It spreads a piece evenly is quicko unless Messy Donna. Blush there's a C- Hoopoe one hundred. Eighty eighth central street. Classical kessous faces. Let's gone mind equals blown. I've never s to recruit me but it makes Sumer March saying it's absolutely so bad. Why is it never occurred to me? Why isn't that just what people do? When they're putting a why is it a brush is there is a reason for this? Okay guys off. You are very adept painting a rule of dipped in various lamey wallpaper. Peace will tend to slay Tarallo Than Tun Eh. This doesn't

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Off-Duty Cook County Sheriff’s Sergeant Killed In Elgin Crash

Steve Cochran

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Off-Duty Cook County Sheriff’s Sergeant Killed In Elgin Crash

"On off duty cook county sheriff's police sergeant has died after a weekend car crash in Elgin this sergeant suffered a medical emergency while driving in the eleven hundred block of Dundee Avenue yesterday afternoon surgeons identically has not been

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Martini celebrates the festive season with a limited-edition Negroni chocolate collection created by Paul A. Young

Monocle 24: The Globalist

08:23 min | 2 years ago

Martini celebrates the festive season with a limited-edition Negroni chocolate collection created by Paul A. Young

"The beloved Italian Coktail Negroni is one hundred years old this year and the Shuki pull a young has been asked by Martini to concoct brand new chocolate to mark the occasion. Well Uncles Ben. Ryland sat down with Paula. littler Elliot to talk about the creative and practical processes of marrying chocolate with such such a famous drink. Plus they enjoyed a little bit of tasting along the way I have the great privilege of being approached by fantastic brands And a half to love the brand and all I have to love the product that the brand of created and for me it has to be natural. Ashby pure and ask interesting. And I've known the Martini brand for for decades. I remember adverts in the nineteen eighties with a particular on roller skates. trae Martini and the any time any place. Any were to have a Martini so so it was. It was always a happy memory for me. So when they approach and said we've got these new reserve special and brought on Rubino for Moose my East pricked up because I'm not a beer drinker. Call volume alcohol drinker. Let one night champagne and spirits. But I like Negroni old-fashioned says bitter sweet flavors because you can have them over ice on their own stop blending them and for me. Obviously I have to blend into the chocolate. So the challenge for me was taking the two commutes on brought her which is a a number color and the Rabin which is this ruby color from youth and taste them dilute pair them with chocolate. Let's try and find a combination that celebrates negroni because the centenary celebration of Negroni without the chocolate distorting the flavors and characters in the botanical in the two Moose but also the vermouth are very complex. And they've got that distinct bitter sweetness to they can easily distort the chocolate as well so it was actually an opportunity for me to work with them on getting that balance. Absolutely right Let's take quite a long time. We always think about the delicacies Kasese that can go with a glass of wine for example. What it it's fairly common knowledge that certain foods should go with a glass of wine? Don't sit down to a lovely gloss of red wine and then and and then tuck into a box of chips not good idea that we often don't think about that same sort of methodology when it comes to pairing something something we chocolate. How do you know what goes well with chocolate? It's a really good question in two parts to it. When I when I first started in chocolate a quite few years I would be guilty? If you've ever analyzing and I think it it's the way some people take chocolate which is if you're doing it professionally or academically you do have to have a process of pinpointing and finding all of us delicate compounds flavors and tastes to the point where you're deciding whether this chocolate is fine. Quality with beans have been fermented well of picked well or and so on and so you really digging in Bolt for me when it comes down to it. I have to take it back to base level when I smell it smell texture to like the taste from beginning middle and end and Roy after the after taste does it work with ingredients and now you get people who will say what wine and chocolate hard to pair. I find it very easy to pair. That's because I've tasted a lot of chocolate and a lot of wine and I can think about those flavors starting out and you taste piece of chocolate. How would you know which one to pick their hundreds if not thousands of them on the shelf to boy Oy? It's really difficult and all I say is by and tastes and eat what you like. Try It if you think it doesn't work. You're probably right because you own your tongue on your taste spots. And if it pairs well great. An I have always with all my tastings and events set to people if you prefer eating or milk white or dark chocolate with a cup of tea fantastic few think it works for you. It probably does but when it comes down to do you like if you do great no matter what anybody else says because you a half to want to eat again and again and again I'm almost runner of the cadbury cream egg at with the woman dipping hurt chips into a cream egg. Yeah well salty and sweet is massive business. The chocolate industry tree lady is not as crazy as she looked. She has no But I I do have a box of beautiful chocolates in front of me and you just pulled me a gloss of the move which was very kind of you for this time of day. A little SIP exactly Tell me tell me first. What vermouth measuring? This has gone brought us. This is the amber colored very light fresh smell wise. I've got fruit and it has to me sympathy botanical. Medicinal that's not meant to be a negative Tiv- term. I remember as a child having buttercup Syrup as a medicine and Dundee Line serapis kind of things those botanical can pass over very successfully into a Moose yes and drinks and this has that element of bitter sweet to it which if you think about bittersweet flavor dark chocolate is bittersweet already got a really good foundation and having having having a taste It's light on the tongue but the aftertaste is really really long It's beautiful sweet as well. But not over not overpowering only switch cleverly made it very sweet not overly sweet at the beginning and then this kind of botanical bitter dryness comes in the end and the chocolate made with it is the blue and gold marbled finish which represents the best colors on the buttocks. It's a beautiful bottle. Ferry Italian design obviously and sticking with Martini brand absolutely. I think if you are familiar with the Martini a line of Vermouth e you probably would be impressed by this particular RESERVA SPATULA pull. Educate me on how I should be eating the chocolates with the truth. We've had a drink of Mussa. Still got the flavor. There have a bite of one of the chocolates list. It's the blue and gold when it has a very soft center of white chocolate. We've got some Bombay Sapphire Gin. We've the VERMOUTH in there. Got Some Madagascans chocolate. which is thought delicate fruity chocolate? And very little else the predominant ingredient in that is the vermouth because I wanted that flavor to to last on the tongue. And it's it's a gorgeous balance. The dark chocolate is just bitter sweet enough like the vermouth. Once you've had the first bite and it's melted and swallowed. I have a bit more. Vermouth just passed me. A A glass of Rabin now I suppose that means that well to be polite I would have to try some of this. You would have to try that one as well this array of full of flavor for me I get kind of a smell of time leaves and herb Leary is very very very smooth. A little a bit Rich in feeling flavor and that's represented in the chocolate as well. We've got that lovely Madagascar chocolate again. But they could nash the filling inside. I just heavier more full needs a bit more impact. Bit more strength to it. So it doesn't get lost in the Renault so now that we've had some of the redeem we should be tasting some of the chocolate or I'd have made the chocolates a half dome a very smooth surface and a dark chocolate can inside Very very different indeed this one. Yeah very dock inside and a much more pungent hit it take. It took a long time to find the right chocolates to work with the to the most because Kosta so complex for example. If you choose orange which I love chocolate and orange you instantly got. I honestly know which chocolate to put with it to get that nostalgic fail. I love chocolate orange. What this it was? Try again try again try again. It's absolutely fantastic. The opportunity to have something that is quite unusual all to work with both familiar. It's funny how I haven't had either the Vermouth to start with but the familiarity and some of the botanical in. I don't know where that's from. I'm from my many years past of tasting and eating but there is something in them and all my team who tried to. There's something in recognized but I don't know what it is. I think a lot of people might say I've I've never had vermouth on its own. I've had a Martini Shaken oster Martini or I've had it as a mix of had it in an aground. Have I had it with chocolate would would I tried it if it wasn't in the chocolate maybe not so my job and my responsibility is just to inspire people to try something different. Because that's what I've had the opportunity. It's due to create the chocolates. I think you've done very well. Thank you so much. That was really

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Biomimicry - Nature Shows Us the Way

The Sustainable Futures Report

08:59 min | 2 years ago

Biomimicry - Nature Shows Us the Way

"We do to our world we're GONNA and a half to live in it and it's important to make the very best of it. There are lessons we can learn from nature. I recently had a presentation by Richard. James mccown Hound who is the founder and managing director of Bio Mimicry. UK In the conference brochure. It said Richard is a real estate consultant and designer having worked across Europe on projects from billion dollar asset transfers to new developments his passion for all things bio mimetic and problem solving started wanted in his youth and it has never stopped since then this has led to unexpected clients and opportunities for the BBC luxury hotels and even running a workshop in a nudist colony in the Balkans. You never told us about that and the presentation but I was able to catch out with him later and we discussed a whole range the things I want to give our bio mimicry by a mimetic spy openings by affiliate all these words which became cross presentation last week but some have also caught my attention because you were doing a presentation in the context of sustainability is you set in your introductory notes. Most organizations have now adopted the use of sustainability as the best of the worst. Yeah Yeah because I think a lot of it has come to stunning St L.. Ability really is the kind of adopted thinking precip Armenta agenda ignoring five for the QB still in slavery densify chip or even into the workers and five understudying the not taking a whole by looking all the sustainable development goals angles or even simplified version of looking at the environment so the economic and social aspects. And that's the big thing. People think is ensure soot. Everything's connected we have agreed supply-chain its strength is the weakest link. Yeah so tell me a bit more about buying mimicry. I've I've looked at the website and I realize that there's an awful lot more than you had time to tell us about last week and the by it is an international movement. Is that right. Yes really comes to forefront night because we're understanding biology more. We've got confusing power over to analyze it really into even dented quantum level and giving as an undergraduate or understanding of how things are working so then that therefore saliva scientists to write more research into than there's alive and then be transferred into your Zaydan Engineering and materials science. You're seeing it slowly but surely coming through there's a lot more people actually came to the processes well because for designers they need to sell the process to continually develop new ideas and sexists coming with the one. Hit wonder right now. Is this another name for nanotechnology or as part of it. Well that's part of it but there's so much more newly systems uh-huh processing for computers new materials Nano scale and then to process in chemical engineering all the way author and then all the way through the building work in architectural sense right. So if I do something correctly you're looking at how nature accomplishes structures structures and other things and looking to see effectively replicated harnessed for what we want to create hibernates yourselves problems Overcome who is overcoming that. Not just one species found a way to do that but multiple than those overseas a very strong success strategy there and if you look at our designing problems that we have we solved it once you find one way of solving a problem. Multiple people do that as well. You look at mobile phones and smartphones. Everybody's jumped the symbolic Mike. And but if you think of it that multiple publishers and hundreds of thousands of species of sea salt streamlining onto the water or flight. insys save example. Then you look at the ones of salt in the way that can be most easily replicated for your To Saint Challenge Right. Yes you mentioned mentioned tights as a natural three D. Printer and three D. Printing of course is becoming more and more common and the range of materials that we we can use in three broadening. The thing about that sort of technique is that we find this material previously used to be block of metal on the out of it. Now we just get the material we need and we deposited so those sorts of things that you would take from. We'll definitely because he can and start learning from the not. Just hopefully construct for building technologies passive ventilation but yet into three D. printing as well because effectively. Millions of termites are like three D.. Printers very little information. But they're building an outing best together and taking bits where they don't need it so it's affected program ground. There was even some crazy research coming out. It's where they're actually look incorporating three D. printing on termites together see how they work not see the usefulness of at the moment but it's understanding this kind of clobbered ation between nature and technology. They might show a wave. How the work? Because actually create these structures that flew to move right and with a key ingredient being the light especially numidian turbines late eighty percent humidity controlled to that humidity level. Certain from this area though are highs in the nest sorry that stopped sped up other ones. Now I've seen from Woodstock you work with a wide range of organizations so you've been and and building instruction what other areas have you applied to bio two one area and the exploring with university partners. An looking at Jordan Technology microns based in Dundee lines and flip through the air. So you don't you can micro. Jordan doesn't have an engine to drop these oversee areas of a a war nuclear disaster even looking into weather patterns as he drove number hurricane. And he's very very small sensitive lunar writing in the Travel Vaas assistances and checking the weather. Because I you know some instances of and Donny Lighting burs flew all the way from Scandinavia to the U.. UK Effects. If you take off the seat at the Boston these things cannot shake foot float through their almost forever because the creative Gortex they are above them smoking and it's just sits above those rela. NBC and depression to float around mind replicate the actual. The does love Bradley and manufacture including micro sensors for corrective applications right. We've got a client cautious of the moment. How do you see this sort of thing helping us to deal with these? There are two aspects of courses grosses mitigation to try and sort of getting worse. But something which people aren't talking quite as much almost equally important is adept action in other words dealing with the problems switch you already built into the cloud system you see by mimicry. Is Giving US assistance in those areas. I mean one of the big areas. I'm really I pushing. The loss of other people practice by mimicry. Regenerative design through architecture and agriculture. On in business practice How can you do regenerate areas that you're working in whether it's upstream or downstream supply chains or the building sits and you by looking to the natural world you can learn using low cost solutions using less material because in the natural world energies expensive and they have to add considerable as much as possible? I'm amusing materials and a more resilient monir so instead of paying multi materials if you look right into review our and look at multiple tiers of single the functions imagine creating buildings of one material but does different things depending on the thickness. Ohio's used we can do that. And the circular of cutting me. We'll do it cannot be wasting list. You've topping into this much. Free Energy is possible. Time you're bringing national world whose ability of your living building aloys not nature to be part of it is a big thing recruiting. The moon is dead zones for new insects and Barton cities right so we can building building building has got green roofs or green walls but having small spaces it's start thinking

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Turkey says it captured slain IS leader's sister in Syria

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Turkey says it captured slain IS leader's sister in Syria

"Turkey says it has captured of the older sister of Abu Bakar about Dundee the leader of the Islamic state group who died in a US raid in Syria a week ago there is a bottle has more details to a case intelligence sources hope arrest me and allowed to provide vital information one it's unlikely she'll have knowledge of the group's strategy she may provide insight into the life insults of its woman leader back on Baghdadi the tiki this is an important moment and Chris has been criticized for its campaign against the Kurds in northern Syria but the cancer of the central on ice again in terror tree taking now controls will also vying to justification for its

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All Nippon Airways Showcases New Seats

Layovers

05:40 min | 2 years ago

All Nippon Airways Showcases New Seats

"Was that a vendetta. It was great. It was really great. It was right off brick lane in this event space which I had never been to before and they they had these sort of makeshift Goethe's wonderful pagodas you know as wonderful kind of arch ways that they have in Japan the they're usually read the gates thank you. That's the word I was looking for and in the middle of this space on a elevated platform they had a block of the four seats when they had many many many flight attendants in attendance to kind of brief you on how the seats work and the seats are oriented as a block for much like the Q. Sweets there facing each other okay the two seats and I was able to experience it they had the full power connected and the IFP say you could try it. It was very very very impressive. It was really really wide. CA's reminds me of the pictures of the Singapore Airlines that White Yeah if if not wider yeah yeah so you feel like you're in a sofa at home when you're sitting upright the whole thing isn't that why the Footwell tapers to allow for the other person's cubbies and cabinets that you have to your side as well. The screen is is huge crystal clear and the seat itself the padding which you see the as the seat is reclining. You can see how thick it is really really thick seat very very comfortable. The one thing I noticed that I sent to you immediately was if you sit straight and you recline the seat straight. There's no way that I could fit let alone somebody like you. It's it's very very short but then in all of the images the presages they have you can see the person sleeping at an angle and actually when I did that so I moved my head to the adjacent corner that my feet where plenty of runs so again like Singapore because Singapore I would unless I'm bulkhead but even I would usually sit in a diagonal would not sit up straight and the good thing since we're comparing that to that three hundred the old seat now is that he actually so reclines whereas the Singapore seats you had to stand up all aww yet to fold it. Oh that's good that's good what about the door is at high the doors High Yup and it and it comes across in like in the two sections that close together you felt very very private and secluded when you were in the even with a million people walking around you and a lot of noise oviously at an event it does oppose skies so the manufacturer is not the one from the queue sweet although there are of a billion ways to do a seat into fitted in dark ref at the end another day but the manufacturer is completely different and you had the chance to also meet the designer of the seat yes he was going to forget the name of the he built the Tokyo Auguin early this year and he also built the a a in Dundee as y'all which is an extraordinary building a very famous Japanese architect enables alludes because of course thank you yeah. He was very very nice very interested would speak to anybody not that you know that he would never wise but yeah he was he was proud of and he partnered with a London design agency to do and I must say that one of my criticisms of the previous was that it was very clinical lots of metal. Will we said that a lot of time and you know and that absolutely not the case anymore. They've kept however some of the blue color it kept the blue. It's it's much more understated understated it. It's it's an accent but it's it's beautifully done. It's very Japanese very a it's a very very strong seat. They're going to you really well with this what they didn't show or didn't have because it's rolling a little bit. Slower is the new first class yeah I said in the last ZIP is it that for me. It reminds me a little bit of the Swiss first-class which is very large cubicle elitest door. Were you able to even bits a bit like or none of the video playing and I was chatting to one of the cabin crew about it and she said that the news it has a forty three inch four K. screen TV. You'RE GONNA give you two and I said are you sure and then she showed me a brochure brochure of it and sure enough. I should never have huge the seat itself is is beautiful as well. It's lovely gray. They made saga job gets darker than the than the one in in business class which is often the case in Japan. If you cajoled they have darker colors I glass including the lounges compared to Business Glasgow Glasgow. Wow I mean holy cow. So are they not introducing because the reason you had that event was the two things they are opening the route with that seat now from London to two hundred but also I think it was celebrating may be used so that maybe I'm wrong. I'm not sure it was a thirty. That's rare anniversary running of the route. Yeah Yeah Okay so yeah. It was great. I met a few people that I've worked with a in the past who are really friendly. Johnny from the design air turns out he was there I didn't I didn't see him which is which is disappointing. I wish shame yeah cross pass but I think he he was as impressed as I was so it's a it's a great. I don't think you can go wrong in that route because a anna have a very good product obviously and so two gel so expensive however they are not but no one is no one is no no one no one is no one

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Dr. Dendy Engelman Talks All Things Vitamin C

The Emma Guns Show

12:33 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Dendy Engelman Talks All Things Vitamin C

"Arden has launched the Vitamin C. Sarah Capsules Radiance Renewal Serum and because Dundee is the consulting dermatologist and was back in London recently for the launch. I asked her if she would tell me everything that we needed to know about vitamin C. Just so that we were on the right page starting from the right place when it comes to how to use it how to layer and with that kind of stuff and my jaw Adore Ajoy I always adored my conversations nations with Dundee because she just makes everything so simple and really easy to understand that I always come away from these jobs without feeling as though I know how to look after my skin better than before if war which combat thing right I really hope that's what you get out of these conversations to we had an excellent chat. I think so I to be honest title with love I find gold and she's very cool and she really did lay it all out very simply and his longtime listeners will know she works out of her practice in New York so it's it's not often often she comes over to the UK so I hope you feel as I did better informed now about intimacy than you did before and I'm really glad that when she does come over to the UK we're able to fit these conversations because they are so valuable. We also talk about those Elizabeth Arden Vitamin C. captials capsules but I'll let her do the talking on that one and explain why it's such an exciting and interesting innovation in terms of using vitamin C. topically after our chat. I'm going to be back to talk about the five hundred products that are currently on my radar the ones that I've used and the ones that I enjoy using the ones I think are worth knowing about including those new capsules choose from Elizabeth Arden which I have been using religiously since my childhood Dundee a few weeks ago. I was very lucky to get some samples prelaunch so I had a bit of a preview and I have been using them consistently consistently every single day so stick around here a little bit more about what I think about those. I'm really delighted to have Dr Dan the anger and an her expertise back on the show so here she is Waking Waking Waking his she is making a welcome return to the poker Dr Dundee increment well. This is so incredible because friend of the show Dr Dundee engelman Elizabeth Arden's consulting dermatologist is back doc welcome to be thank you so happy to be here. You can come back anytime. I'm so glad to have you on the show. You've been previously we talked all things retinal and you are a glorious safe gentle kind mine of information about things skin-care. Thank you and skin so just I yeah. I know a lot of listeners. Will we cheating in and thinking yeah he didn't. He's back but just for those. You may be new to the show on you to you. Would you just explain what you do what Your Day job is on why you're such an authorizations skincare sure so. I'm a dermatologist in New York City. I also am a skin cancer surgeon so I did extra training in a specific type of skin cancer removal technique called Mos- surgery. Moh S and in my fellowship I also did procedural dermatology so a lot of lasers and on different devices in order to treat various skin conditions over my career. I've thankfully been had the opportunity to consult with different brands and help with research and development and really identifying either skin care ingredients that are necessary to bring to market or certain skin-care trends that we've identified and helped to develop different products for an so Elizabeth Arden has been one of my favorite brands. I've worked with and I've been working with them for the last four years and it's important to say you work with skin on the daily. Yes all the time and you also you come. APP skin skin from a very scientific background from UC the impact of the topic and ingredients have so you all very clear about what benefits can be reaped from a really good skincare regime yes and I think historically we as dermatologists masters and experts in skin disease. Not all dermatologist us were trained in skin care. If in our traditional teachings at something that you got very little exposure to e as residents accidents and during our training and so it's been something that has been an interest of mine and our patients see US experts and skin care and so we need to become that if we don't have the traditional training and years ago honestly there weren't great actives I mean there was prescription retinoids that we're for acne that could be quite harsh and the sunscreens weren't that great. We hadn't developed topical antioxidant so the evolution of skin care has been something that's it's been amazing to watch and so such a joy to be part of weird living in a a good time for skincare really really so you're more seriously much innovation and we will come onto that but last time you visited we had a full back to school on retinal and it was amazing say much and actually one of the other ingredients like retinal but I think a lot of people are curious about because they know it's another one that gets held up by just as a gold standard because it works is a vitamin C. Yes so we all going to go back to Britain mincy. When I one okay so you just very basic level. How does it work as a topical skincare ingredient and what are the main functions of Z so vitamin. C is a topical antioxidant and what that means we always throw around antioxidants and how good they are for the skin and free radicals are bad right and so people understand that concept but if you wanna think about what's happening on a cellular level. I often like to you just make the analogy to the cell membrane being zipper and when we have ultraviolet radiation or sun exposure or pollution Asian exposure various toxins from smoke in the environment it releases free radicals which are just an unpaid electron that then goes and basically UNZIPS zips the cell causing premature death antioxidants insert themselves into the zipper into the cell membrane and prevent the unzipping and so that's a very easy kind of dumbed down analogy but just to think about what the antioxidants are doing its site oh protective meaning it's protecting the cell and helping it to to resist damage that could be caused by the environment and vitamin. C is one of the most potent and powerful antioxidants that we have and we get get benefit from ingesting orally and we get benefit in the skin by applying at topically and so it does help to protect the cells from environmental damage because I think when a lot of people myself included hit the word protection when it comes to skin are immediately think of SPF yes but vitamin C. is. How did you describe it listeners? We've just done this. Just don't talk and he said it's a safety net. Yes which I loved yeah. It's it's nice there to catch what damage is filtered through because even the best sunscreens if you have the best mineral blockers that are very high. SPF They still allow allow about one point four percent of ultraviolet light to penetrate through the skin and so there is where the antioxidants are going to be to help kind of catch all of that extra damage that could be occurring even though we're doing our best to protect it with SPF and so it is a nice safety net to have underlying the SPF in order to help protect back from free radical damage so if I wanted to add victimization my skin carry jayme. I I couldn't just go yeah. I'll try it. Why would I what would be happening to my skin. That would make me a good candidate to use vitamin C. It's something I should be using anyway. Yes I tell everyone you know. It's not always formulaic formulaic and things that are not all skin care is created the same in people's skin conditions may necessitate certain ingredients over others the most everyone can benefit from topical vitamin. C in the proper concentrations. It isn't particularly inflammation inflammation inducing. It's very well tolerated. If you have very sensitive skin you may WanNa make sure that it plays well with you but I even patients who are very are prone to sensitivities or resign. They still can use a topical vitamin C. and I love it for two reasons one because it's protective against Sunday damage and accelerated photo aging because eighty percent of aging is from the environment we all think that it's intrinsic and it's genetic but really the vast majority of aging is from the environment you put your skin in but it also helps to prevent hyper pigmentation and so people who have sunspots or photo damage damage or age spots you know they'll come in or Melas MMA. That's hormonally mediated. They really bothered by that and they want ways to go about correcting. I and topical Vitamin C is a great way to do that. It works on a specific enzyme called Theresa May's which is part of Melanin synthesis pigment kind kind of creation and if you inhibit the enzyme that creates it then it's going to decrease the Melanin production so you could be using it from the the first time that you start late investing using skincare but then perhaps as you get older. It might be something. Can you spot treat you can and in some concentrations it can be exfoliating almost like a appeal if you use vitamin. C and higher concentrations so some people do use it just specifically typically on spots but the good news is it. It's not going to lighten existing skins and people ask that you know like Hydra cone could could lighten surrounding skin doesn't really discriminate between your normal pigment and hyper pigmentation so you have to be careful that way but in vitamin CS case it really just helps with the discoloration and uneven skin tone or specific spots so you can either spot treat but most people like to kind of have a diffuse application now one thing about vitamin C. is because it is ineffective ingredient. It is an antioxidant but it is an expedient at different concentrations. You can't use it in the morning MHM but you can also use it in the evening but but is it could use the same concentration in the morning and the evening and what are the different. What are the different applications locations. And what is the difference between applying it in the morning. What is it doing that and what is it doing in the evening. Yes so the morning application is more for protection from from uh-huh environmental aggressors son smoke pollution and it night if you. I would say really the best. The best patient shouldn't type or skin-tight to put that in someone who's prone to hyper pigmentation. You're using almost as a treatment there for the discoloration or uneven skin tone but if you have have even skin tone than you probably just need it in the morning what does hyper pigmentation that like some people especially Melas MMA. If it's it's hormonally mediated they'll either get hyper pigmented what we call patches meaning flat areas that aren't raised on the forehead cheeks or above the upper lip up in patients come to me all the time and they're like when I take pictures. It looks like I have a moustache. and we can get that also in pregnancy. It's called Colas MMA or the Damascus pregnancy. It almost looks like you've got a hyper pigmented mask on your face and that's all from hormonal fluctuations. Certainly women who are using oral contraceptives can be more prone to hyper pigmentation in that space or if you've had a fair amount of sun exposure you might just get brown spots we call those solar son. Linton origines which are just dark spots and that will age US makes you look older than you. Maybe even your physiologic age and so we often when patients come to me and they want to look younger. That's where I start to even the skin tone because that's a very easy way to look better her and more youthful without having to undergo procedures injectables and different things that way that was really interesting. What you were saying earlier before we started recording talking about a few you spoke to at age sports family skin. The perception will be that they are older than they actually are

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"dundee" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dundee" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Right lane at Dundee traffic is backed up to willow over there up on Kennedy is backed up around Montrose it's forty five to o'hare forty minutes in if you're heading out on the ice and hours forty to three ninety and forty five inbound indeed stop and go out on the Stevenson until Cicero forty five minutes the veterans memorial also forty in the lake shore drive up on Dan Randazzo from Garfield it's twenty two ninety fifth about twenty five in and there's an accident at sixty third and let her drive to stop and go north bound between Roosevelt and Jackson and south bound between the oak St kerf in Chicago Avenue for personalized traffic on demand get the traffic's Chicago apple approved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago more laughter WGN traffic central forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center partly to mostly sunny warm and breezy today a high of eighty eight degrees maybe a storm late tonight low sixty eight and then tomorrow mostly sunny cooler less humid and a high of eighty one it's eighty five right now it here eighty six at midway eighty four Tinley park and seventy eight at Chicago's lakefront the Windsor west at thirteen and the broader falling I'm Stever trendy the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whatever story changes right here on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN welcome back to the John Williams show on channel a fairy fountains that makes me fill in for John right here hello going over there good good going it's going it's in our second hour here we're gonna be talking to Danny Cursillo or the car bomb I think he just fell off the line or something dean is part of the two twenty thirteen twenty fifteen Stanley Cup Blackhawks champions ring holder all around good dude madam in person at an event in Florida that he happened to be at.

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What are the potential health benefits of dandelion?

Connecting the Bits - inner healing through nature

04:19 min | 2 years ago

What are the potential health benefits of dandelion?

"But in the end one man's we'd maybe another man salad if you Google their health benefits. All Dandan along lowest will come up. Of course they save possible benefits. I think we should be doing a lot more research into plants as medicine. So we don't have to rely on the are made kind as ease do tend to have undesirable side effects. If we listen to nature more, she would help us more than we ever imagine. So to the possible benefits, this plant firstly it contains anti-oxidants, these convent's will slow down damage to the sales of the boating, that was also some evidence to suggest that quote dandy, lion. Offers a compelling profile of bioactive components with poten-. Sial anti diabetic properties, unquote. Now, this is a quote from the physiological effects of dandy lion in type two diabetes by Longo Lambert and jettison it was a study. So if you go to my site nature to heart dot com, you can get to that study by the link in the article, like many plants. I've looked the dandy line may help image using blood pressure and information. They has also been studied on showing that it has antiviral properties, again, this study is accessible, BMI site. It is good anti influenza virus effect of Equis extracts from Dundee line. Now, this could be very useful in future. If manmade medicines cease to happen fact, you will also get between AC and k when you eat dandelions is what is full eight and small amounts of Bieb Commons, as far as minerals go, there is I on calcium potassium, and Mike. Agnese him. It is also said that it helps to prevent cancer, which I believe is quite possible as vegetables in general have this property. You can gain many health benefits from this humble plant, of course, may be side effects with everything dandelions considered likely safe in the quantities, you would normally expect tweet mice people wouldn't eat in enormous bowl of Danny nine leaves. Obviously, there's no guarantee that you will not suffer Saudi vex. We will different. We still need more research to be done in his area. So remember this podcast is just for information purposes only, please consult an expert before experimenting with plants or take, total responsibility. If something goes wrong as I do. So what about symbolism? Well, of course it is a beautiful yellow the color of third. Shocker, the third shocker is way your willpower centered. It is also about pleasure and enjoyment. And it will help you transform your plans into action. The dandy lion. Is a color of the sun. The sump provides light and gives us energy. Most people feel better when it's sunny, personally, I loved the cub a yellow for me. It is a happy positive column. I love it. Especially in combination with orange and red. However, not everyone likes yellow. So if you don't like the color, they may be reason behind it worth investigating. So what does it and aligns the new for me is does feedings of spring of being a child and picking up dandelions puffed up with the seats and then blowing those seats into the air and making a wish I'm sure many people have these memory, this plant is very persistent, which is good. Which means it is easy to grow Atlanta. So me my garden in a place where my dot com, we on them. Yes, I have to be quite inventive with my gardening with dog around. So maybe we can learn persistency from the dandy lion. It does tend to pop up everywhere. Even in the gap between two slaps of concrete a lovely yellow flower growing. In a place you wouldn't expect a flower to grow dandy lines are also good for the soil. Which is probably why nature made them soap assistant, so wherever they are they'll working hard towards improving the quality of the soil. Judging by my research, you can eat all parts of this plant uneven make coffee from the root. I haven't tried the flower, yet or the roots, as mentioned earlier I'm waiting for some Grima garden away from my dog's reach. So now to the music of the dandy line, as I've said before the plant sound differently over the time,

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"dundee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dundee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Copper Dundee's wrote success cello. Patch was paved with innovation in relation played a big role in our work in transforming cello pitch. We went through a change in the mining methods from sub level cave to underground open stopping. We've also introduced a fair amount of digital innovation around the operations and management of the operations at production cello. Patch in vulgarity is strategically linked to the soon avid smelter in the mid via show that produces a concentrate that considered complex requires a specialty spelter to treat it. We bought the Suez mental through in twenty ten to essentially processed the expand incomparable trait that we were producing from cello package. So that's it is a specialty smelter and essentially takes almost all of cello pitch concentrate. Plus. A significant amount of third party concentrates that company was well aware that sue was an acquisition that needed significant upgrades to get the job done. That work was completed in two thousand sixteen. We've grown throughput by more than fifty percent. We continue to optimize the performance of the smelter to transform it into positive recast flow business with recent record quarterly production, assume, ebb the company looks ahead to Krumovgrad a high grade open pit gold mine in southern Bulgaria career will be a significant gold. Producer producers approximately hundred thousand ounces of gold per year which shouldn't be in production in Q, one hundred nineteen to deliver the project on budget on schedule Krumovgrad will not only nearly double Dundee's cash flow. It will also change the company's profile in the industry Dundee, we'll be go to three hundred fifty thousand dollars..

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"dundee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"dundee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Making Dundee will be about a three hundred fifty thousand dollars, solely producer and later, we all know that Newfoundlanders are friendly. But did you know they're also mining friendly? It's really good to be in a place where you're not fighting every inch to get permitted. We'll be right back. You're watching TV. Welcome back to BTV. We discovered a relatively unin- company on the track to become a mid tier go producer Dundee precious metals is an international gold mining company. And as the company continues to optimize assets is true, value will become increasingly apparent according to president and CEO, Rick. How's the man of the talk who literally started at the bottom? Actually broke rock and did all those things that we as mining engineers dreamed of doing well, we were young kids by truly entered the industry at the front line of the businesses as a minor essentially became a supervisor, and worked my way up. I have a mining engineering degree as a background, but really spent my career mostly in the front end of the business learning how the mining really makes the value for the business. I'm certainly proud of the team and what we've been able to accomplish so far. We have a strong management group, and I think we're able to execute successfully Dundee's business is Fred across three continents in vulgarity their cello. Patch? Underground gold mine is an operation and the Krumovgrad opens at gold mine, we'll be in production during the first quarter of this year. Dundee is involved in several exploration. Projects in Serbia including the team. Oh, cool projects, they also operate the map smelter in video, which processes concentrate from cello. Patch? And other third parties. And none of a Canada, their interests include a ten percent holding in Sabina gold and silver required. Cello pitch in two thousand and three and essentially went through a significant investment to transform the operation essentially quadrupling production, cutting costs in half. And now produces about one hundred ninety two hundred thousand ounces of gold and about thirty five to thirty eight million pounds of.

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Protesters shot as Sudan military tries to clear Khartoum sit-in

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:55 min | 2 years ago

Protesters shot as Sudan military tries to clear Khartoum sit-in

"Sudanese security forces have attacked a pro democracy. Protests in Khartoum live rounds have been fired and fatalities reported. Charles at the not wishing at all sound glib about the deaths that have been reported. Is there any grounds for hope at all? This may merely be a blip. The long term forecast for Sudan, is for the gradual hopefully transfer of power to civilian rule. That is the theory. That is the theory in practice. This is a massive setback. It's a massive setback to the agreement that was struck. I think just a couple of weeks ago for the very, very beginning of that transition to civilian rule. I mean, if you talk about good faith negotiators, and if you look at the transitional military council, and the D F CF the declaration of freedom and change forces the civilian side. You can't assume that the military is a good faith party to the transition of power when they do what they did on the ground in. Khartoum. Dundee. Are we seeing an on interest by the transitional military council in being all that transitional? Well, absolutely. And I it's quite hard to avoid being cynical about this kind of situation in great hope his met with great disappointment. We have been here repeatedly in recent years in the region. The, the military are not going to give up that power without a battle. And the problem is lack of outside forces. Well on this, if you think about the I mean, things could have turned out differently, and so many other countries with financial and diplomatic in strategic, backing hair Saudi Arabia is one of the major one of the major outs outside. Onlookers is interested in the status quo. And the status quo is military regime, and they have the money they have the money they announced a massive aid package. They have the money they had to have the strategic. They won't Yemen's support in in. So in. They won't see down support in in Yemen. And so from that point of view without any other outside actors stepping in said the US it really doesn't look good at the moment, little Charles on that subject might this be playing out differently if we had a United States that was more, obviously interested as the United States is traditionally, so supposed to be in the promotion of democracy elsewhere in the United States, perhaps it had not been burned, perhaps for some generations by. It's a attempts fifteen or sixteen years ago to interested different Middle Eastern north African country in liberal democracy. I don't really think so. I think it's the regional players as Daniel mentioned. I think it's the regional players here that even given a heightened or more engaged American presence or more meaningful American presents. It's the regional powers here that hold sway the TMC has been received by heads of state in south. Saudi Arabia in Egypt in the UA and elsewhere around the region. And we've seen a lot of sort of this northeastern sort of Africa become a playground for regional powers. And I think that their presence their money and their influence is closer bigger and much more engaged at anything that the United States states could come up within that part of the world the, the Sudanese professionals association, which has been the, the umbrella organization, which is sort of spearheaded the protests and the opposition, which and helped drive Omar Al Beshir, the previously long-serving dictator from power, a now calling for an extended campaign of civil disobedience,

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Commemorating the Trent Sighting

Todd Schnitt

07:51 min | 2 years ago

Commemorating the Trent Sighting

"The we commemorate the Trent, citing, I don't know if anybody knows why they haven't been Bill presentation. But it's one of the more famous, you'll VO sightings Trent farm, of course, and the citing over Dundee it actually happened Dundee, but they always have the celebration here, mcminnville, which is just a hop. Skip a jump away from Dundee and for the first fifteen years, here, we have rod cast live, and we interviewed many well known researchers at every year, we are always hopeful that there would be some sort of acknowledgment of the evidence that exists, which indicates that there is a major concern about UFO's, what they are, and what their agenda is, and, you know, fifty years of will it happen. Will it happen? Will it happen? Will it happen every year we'd say, oh, it's going to happen soon. It's going to happen soon. Here. We are now five years after that fifteen year struggle of saying is going to happen is going to happen. And yes, it's happening. I don't know if you know that but it's happening. Okay. And. What I mean by that is it's no longer some use laughable. Okay. We, we are here to different time. And you know what was once going on some fifteen years ago, the questions, there's still questions but very little questions. Now I mean twenty nineteen we are all learning the military, scientists religious figures, and some members of government are confirming that we're not alone. That something extraordinary nature is happening in the skies in places all over the world. We hear that all the time. We've been hearing in New York Times, of course to the story in twenty seventeen we've had the navy say, hey, by the way, we're going to not stigmatize you sightings, because of what happened with the, the tip report where they were talking about the tic TAC you. Oh, I mean, never reports from the Pentagon stating that have been analyzing you reports for threat assessment, and they've investigate what are called incursions where. And our motto view of os, look like tic TACs were following a navy strikeforce so witnesses for this included. Highly trained, military personnel among several that are deeply experienced radar operators and fighter pilots, who at the time of the sightings, were at the controls of arguably the most advanced flight technology, that's ever been created. We ever known types yet. None of these men, none of these that we have that here here to protect us. He's been no or knew what they were up against they didn't know what they saw. They just know that was there. Okay. So we go back to November fourteenth. Fourteenth of two thousand four and the location was Pacific Ocean about one hundred miles southwest of San Diego, the USS Nimitz carrier strike group, which included the nuclear power carrier in the missile cruiser. USS princeton. We're conducting a series of drills prior to deployment, in the Persian Gulf at about two pm to FA eighteen to F eighteens super hornet fighter jets, from the Nimitz they received unusual order from an operations officer about the Princeton already airborne. The pilots were told to stop their training, maneuvers and proceed to coordinates for a real world tasks. They called it real world got real world more. Honestly the officers asked, if they were carrying weapons they replied. No, they're not carrying white row carrying weapons. And so the Princeton. Had this highly advanced radar those picking up mysterious objects for several days. And so they are watching these many of these craft following the Nimitz and the right hours, picking up a lot of what we had was in our motto of UFO's chasing. One of our military are chasing our military strike forces, according to Kevin day who's Princeton senior radar operator the time, he said his screen showed. Well, over one hundred ABC now what ABC's are anomalous aerial vehicles? They also call them AP's unidentified aerial phenomena. And these are the words they use these are the nomenclatures, they use because they don't want people to say you Afo why. Because of course now you Afo gets maligned, people who see you oppose tin foil, hat, wearing weirdos, they don't want anything to do with in full, high wearing weirdos see that's the problem. Okay. The problem is, is no matter how you sanitize this. And they also used another two. It was an incursion, no matter how you sanitizers with different words. Nobody understands. It's still a UFO invasion. I mean that's what it was. It was a UFO invasion. They don't want to say that say, well, it's an av incursion. Assist an essence navy speaker UFO invasion. So they had a number of UFO's that were seen number eighties. And Kevin day said that his screen showed over one hundred eighty at, of course of a week. So they'd been followed by one hundred strange craft so Cording today, the ABC appeared at, at about an ounce you'd greater than eighty thousand feet far higher than commercial military jets typically fly. And initially the Princeton's radar team didn't believe what they were seeing chocking the anomalous to equipment malfunction. But after the determine that everything was operating as it should begin detecting instances in which the ABC dropped with a standing speed lower busier airspace. Day, approached the prince's commander about taking action to fighters were diverted to intercept one of the strange objects when they first arrived on the scene the pilot Steven se- the flying objects. But then they did observe what the lead pilot commander, David Fraser later referred to as a disturbance in the ocean. They're saying the water churning, and that's what is churning. The water, then all of a sudden he's thinks are showing up now, I don't know if they're coming out of the water or all the force was causing the water to shift, but they were seeing this churning stuff going on. It's coming down from eighty thousand feet going faster than they are. They got some of the most advanced equipment ever. And it'd be wilder by what they're seeing here. So freight said he saw this disturbance, the water was churning. And he said that it could see white breakers white waves breaking over what looked like a large object, just under the surface of the water. And then they noticed one of the objects flying about fifty feet above the water and Fraser, the commander of the elite black aces, squadron was the top gun program, graduate more than fifteen or sixteen years of flying experience. He described this tic TAC. Excuse me. He described his tic TAC as about forty feet long as like you said, it looked like tic TAC candy and he said, it didn't look like it had any means of propulsion were no wings. It was nothing coming out of it only churning of the water. And so this is really bizarre. I mean, no rotors the wings, nothing. And so they thought, hey, we got a bonafide UFO, and of course, thinking that there is a group of them that were stocking the Nimitz and the Princeton that's pretty scary. And I like I'm saying, you know, it's like, av incursion sounds better than a UFO invasion. But that's what they were experienced was UFO, invasion and have been many times. We talked about this with Peter Davenport. There have been situations where like example, the Phoenix lights, where Phoenix lights happen. We went to Defcon three and they said these flying triangles, or see over Phoenix, but then the ghost satellites went out, and they were saying, wait a minute. We were tracking. A number of these flying triangles coming up the coast going towards Alaska. Nobody does this and President Clinton, of course, was golfing at the time and immediately whisked him away, and he hurt his knee. So, you

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Coroner confirms cause of death for boy found in shallow grave

WGN Nightside

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Coroner confirms cause of death for boy found in shallow grave

"Five year old friend was remembered tonight during a lacrosse game at Dundee crown high school in the far northwest suburb of carpenters Ville, the team more decals on of blue ribbons with age as initials on their helmets. Is body was found this week in a shallow grave in Woodstock about twenty minutes? Drive from his parents home at crystal lake. They're in custody charged with I agree. Mortar among many other charges bond. Selig said five million dollars. An autopsy was performed on the boy's body. Earlier today in mckenry is cause of death was determined to be head trauma from

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"dundee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"But we had a little bit of heat. I it's your was you know, the the training wheels run. And I was soaking it all in and again, I was lucky to ride up down the road work with you right up down the road. Where does in Chris champion? Then when I went down back down to Texas, you know, random down the road with Bronco Skandar gorgeous air, young never got a great break. But he was a very good guys far psychology in German. But but a really really good worker and could teach what goes on in square circle Dame. Sheer dropped lotta information to me so mad I go back to those days been some of the the most fun of my career thing. Stephen. I don't really know how good it connects. But somebody. Has to like the person Mark moving. And then there the jobs for him. An Australian Bobby Shane near like me and Barnes, we worked hard, whatever they wanted. But they it a shit. Well mart. Why did you? Why did you do that? What's the Mets watch you? And then you learn as you're going along. Now, I mean you along, and we do think we've paid Ponant thump you keep you from killing me. But no, you know, need so, but I liked chin. We along good when you get along medium opponent. It makes it a whole lot easier. Nobody was meeting damage in one another. We just did what we did on a lot of fun and Amen percents you to midday. And again, I thank you for all the stuff that you helped me with back today. It was when I wanna to look back some of those things, I I watch hill. I'm critical of the stuff that I did my last few years in business in WF. But when I watched some of the stuff, I watched with you there Memphis studio. I just cringed. I'm like Jesus Christ. That was brutal. So these days when I'm trying. To assess some talented his new business. I'm pretty easy on them. Because I know how great I was how bad I was how bad I rush things. But certainly, you know, I I live date read the business enough. So that I can pick it up, and, you know, resent a hell of God dang match and something that you couldn't see through right and bitcoin, you're some rooms apparently. Well, Steve, you don't give this because they're you do this because it makes a whole lot easier than finer that a year later dive. Nobody tells you. Hey, kid, right. Here's a heads up. Now. You've got smart. Yup. That's like, hey, let's plug your website right now. And the book is if you don't want the answer don't ask questions Bill Dundee last door. Let's talk about that website. Vero dash superstar dash done being Nash, Andrew pauses dot com..

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"dundee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"And you should a sixty nine dollars check for the week as kind of living a little bit on the thin side. I used to call that place nutrisystem territory because all the new guys came lost weight because you couldn't afford eat. And you knew every buffet was in town. But let me demand that made you I know that we all say them store, you mean when I picked the circus right back, and we never Richler remain with the fed is whenever it much money. But it makes you what the dollar does for you. Oh, don't let me probably read something Tommy easy. Come easy go and was like, it's never going to end. But it doesn't oh I had hours go on record saying, and that's what I was making it. And I remember I went back to Texas to turn hill against Chris Adams and Wednesday. Brought me back. He gave me a hundred dollar night guarantee. And that lasted for a couple of months in the territory took a nose Davin. We went back to win. It was that he could form to pay me. But when I look back in those days riding up down the road with guys that I was ride with at worker with people that I was and you know, that's that's almost there's different periods of your career where you're just learning, and it's so fun because you always wanted to be a pro wrestler, and then you start to get kind of good at it. And then you really enjoy that part of it. And then you kind of start making money and that parts good too. So all phases. Whether you're starving learning making money or whatever was a blast for me. Just because I love the business, and I'm sure it'd probably has the same for you. Yeah. I used to go to repay back in the day that was all work to and the way the circuit turn on the phase. And I went to Charlotte boxing. I was always a little kid. I live like a garland long AM free face. But anyway, I go and say, oh, that's a lot big Bassett Irish stand in the crown, and they pick me I go in look the bully. And then when the people that was actually paying charming to could never be guy, but this working in Newark daily Roberson type guy. Originally who can live the big guys and say down, and they were leaving three bucks back then. So yeah, I did it never money. But it's good stuff to talk about today. It's a good education. And I was watching the imagines on YouTube, and I know you had several scaffold matches. Now way back in the day. I can't I think it was nineteen ninety water to the great American bash. I got bumped into my one and only scuffle match with Pia news and Terry Taylor. And turned. There was a good worker. Pia news at close to four hundred pounds had no business on a scaffold. Bobby? Eaton was also in his mashed the Greenwich workers of all the time at a super sweet guy. And in my myself. I got no business being on a scaffold. I'm not afraid of high. But I don't love heights either. And then what they had Bill. They sit the wrong scaffold. So here's the reason and Dave Meltzer called called this. The worst match of the year worst worked match of the year when when you got underneath a scaffold. They had set the the one where. The tubes. Were so big you couldn't wrap your hands around them. So that totally eliminated any kind of thing where you can hang from the scaffold and have a little jeopardy and some near catastrophes. We were relegated to stay on that platform. It sucked ass. We have more killed the territory, but you've been in some great ones in particular. I'm gonna give out the time code to the scaffold match. Clean Bill Dundee and sweet Brown sugar, which was actually Kobe where before it turned into cocoa was two out of three falls June twenty-first, eighty two minutes out Coliseum with a referee. Jerry, Cal Hoon. Well, my question is I I read when I got into a circus, you were working with the elephants..

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"dundee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"dundee" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Production from Hollywood gal by way of the broken skull ranch. This is the Steve Austin show. Gimme a hell. Yeah. Now, here's Steve Austin Harada Steve out and show. I occurred. I don't make Asian recharge batteries. But just because I am recharging the batteries. We still got business. Take care of. In the meantime, we'll be playing some of the most requested Steve outs and show classics and been locked away in the archives. I got a great one for you this week. And here's my producer shown to tell you all about it readings and welcome to classic episode of the Steve Austin show producer, Sean bringing you episode number one forty one with superstar Bill Dundee original air date. August twelfth two thousand fourteen Steve's got a lot of classic. Memphis wrestling personalities in his catalog, and I think it's definitely important to revisit that territory and bring those out here on the classic episodes because it's isn't really cool stuff that Steve hawks about with these guests. So you might be hearing some more of those as we go along. But for this week its superstar Bill Dundee wrestler that was very instrumental in Steve's development in the. Texas and Tennessee. Territories working under Jerry Jarrett and world class and US w way. Bill Dundee a big start his own right in that area. Having many epic battles with Jerry Lawler either across the ring or as a tag team, which will talk about just a second here. But you've got to catch up with Bill Dundee here on this episode. Get some of our presence in the late eighties in the territory as well as a manager in does w in one thousand nine hundred three for Lord William regal. He was known as Sir William back, then but Steve definitely talks about as epic feud with Jerry Lawler Bill Dundee was also in a scaffold match. Not found thing was the first Catholic match, but it was definitely one of the earliest scaffold matches that happened against none. Other than cocoa, beware. Or as he was known as KoKo ware. Also, see talks with Bill about the to below concession stand brawl as mentioned Bill and Jerry Lawler are often adversaries, but also tag team partners. And in this, particular instance, the duo took on the blonde bombers Larry late them and Wayne fair. Better known as Moondog spot and the honky tonk man in epic event known as he Tupelo concession stand brawl, and this was nine hundred seventy nine and if you could find footage of it on YouTube, which is out there. It's quite the event commentated on by the legendary Lance Russell, and a lot of people say that it was kind of one of those small events that set the course for EC w at hardcore wrestling, as we know it today just crazy brawling all throughout the concession stand. And there is tables and stools and mustard being thrown everywhere. So she check that out Bill Dundee awesome wrestler, and he is the guest today on a classic episode of the Steve Austin show today Steve.

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