35 Burst results for "Eaton"

Royals cut Mariners' lead for last AL wild card to 3 games

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Royals cut Mariners' lead for last AL wild card to 3 games

"Brady singer's pitching led the royals to a 5 one win over the slumping Mariners Brady gave up 5 hits while fanning 8 over 7 innings Blanking Seattle following Cal Raleigh second inning Homer A pair of Mariners errors allowed Kansas City to take a two one lead in the third inning with Nate Eaton and MJ Melendez delivering RBI singles Then he passed quintino had two hits and drove in a pair for the royals who have won a season high four in a row The Mariners lost for the 6th time in 8 games and now lead the Orioles by three games for the third AL wild card I'm Dave ferry

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 Royals beat Jays 3-1 with 10 unvaccinated players absent

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00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Royals beat Jays 3-1 with 10 unvaccinated players absent

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Bridges, Paul lead Suns past Pelicans 112-97 for 3-2 lead

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00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Bridges, Paul lead Suns past Pelicans 112-97 for 3-2 lead

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NutraMedix Founder Tim Eaton Describes Exciting New Product GlucoMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 11 months ago

NutraMedix Founder Tim Eaton Describes Exciting New Product GlucoMedix

"You were just talking about, what does it gluco medics? It's a product we've been working on for it's been under development for many years. And it's a combination of cemento and stevia. Stevia. Yes. Stevia has the sweetener. The sweetener, if it's a whole leaf extract, it has blood sugar support properties, cardiovascular support properties. Does not have that. Saccharin sucralose does not have that. I don't think so. Aspartame does not have that. No. So most people think of stevia as a natural sweetener. But a whole leaf extract of that of that leaf can, as I mentioned, have blood sugar support properties, et cetera. So we combine that with cemento and we did some research and our university did some research and what do you mean our university? Your university now. The one you work with. A university in Peru. Actually the top university improved is doing research and publishing the research is called the calle tano university in Liam Peru. And they did several studies comparing glucoma medics for metabolic support, blood sugar, support, cardiovascular support, and it was very comparable to these other remedies that it was compared to. So that has all been that research has been compiled and it's been submitted to a very high level peer reviewed medical journal in Europe for publication. We're waiting to see if that's going to be accepted for publication. But that's really helped a lot of people, gluco medics,

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"A mess. It's a mess. So you ask about the kits though. I mean, I mean, how do they know what to take? So the immune support plus kit that has those 5 products sleep support is relaxed medics and valerian relax medics and melatonin. I just mentioned that's our sleep support kit. The energy support kit. Yeah, I don't need energy, right? Alvin, we got loads of energy. But just for those people who might need energy, what do you do for them? That is adrenal and magnesium. And magnesium is essential for the production of energy in our magnesium as a combination of elemental magnesium and malic acid most people have a malic acid deficiency that they're bound together. And so that pulls the magnesium into the cells where it's needed to produce energy. So a lot of people feel they're low and they're low. So usually if you're taking magnesium that you're buying from some store, it doesn't come with the malic acid. Is that the idea? It may not be a very bioavailable form of magnesium or it may be. So it depends, but the adrenal helps to restore normal adrenal gland function. A lot of people have weak adrenal glands. But what if you have no adrenal gland problems and you take the adrenal? It's not going to hurt you at all. It's not going to, but you may realize that after you take it, you did have low adrenal function. A lot of people get used to how they're feeling. And until they even my sister as a nurse, you know, for many, many years, you didn't want to take any of our products and then she started taking them. She says, wow, I feel better. I can move better. I can sleep better. I can eat anything. So a lot of times we get used to how we're feeling as we get older. So that's the energy support. The brain health support kit is Berber Penelope and krill, krill oil, Berber pinell is one of our bestselling products, a combination of the mauna yupa plant from Peru and pimpinella. Those two together really helps to improve brain function. A lot of people are suffering from brain fog. I'm sorry. Concentrate wasn't paying attention. You're not taking that? No, what is this again? I don't think I'm taking the Berber Penelope. I took something that you had that you sent me some stuff and for a couple hours I could see through walls. That's freaking me out. So I had a scale that back. So brain health, Berber Penelope. Yeah, that's a great product. People love that product. The joint support kit, which is curcumin and sarapes. Curcumin, curcumin, which is also a tumor. What about hair loss? Is there like a kind of a Peruvian herbal rogaine thing that you've got just before things kind of got shut down? We were working on that. And we identified about three plants. That we were going to start working with that would be part of a formula for that. You're not kidding. No, I'm not kidding. But he's not getting listen album. Listen, this could be you. Go ahead. This could be me, too. Yeah, well, yeah, you're thin, you're thin. Okay, so but seriously, this is fascinating. I mean, I'm interested in this, obviously, you know, your response to the program. But I'm just interested for me and I assume a lot of people, the more time passes, you get interested in this stuff, you want to know what works. We'll be right back talking to Tim Eaton, nutriment X dot com. Folks, I'm talking to the founder of nutrimetics, new traumatic dot com, use the code Eric. Yes, please. But Tim, I'm just fascinated because the more you learn, the more interesting it gets. And.

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:27 min | 11 months ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Eric. Folks, I'm talking to Tim Eaton, he's the founder of nutra medics, new traumatic dot com sponsor on this program. So use the code Eric. If you go there, but why wouldn't you go there based on what I'm hearing? I mean, Tim, I don't know, they're just so few people living out their faith in the marketplace like this. To me, it's the next thing. It's the way people discover that I don't need to officially go into ministry ministry to be involved in ministry. I can live out my faith in a sometimes more important productive way by doing God created you to be a businessman to do all these incredible things. So you mentioned what's in vital medics. So say more about that because you were just it's the combination of cemento and Moringa and I started to talk about cemento. It's a very, it's an adaptogenic provides immune support, which a lot of people are concerned about. Many other benefits to that. Medicinal herb. But how do you know what to take? I mean, somebody says this is good for immune. So of course you want to help your immune system. But would you take that and take this and this and this or how do you know if you're stepping on your own toes? Well, good question. We have some new kits that have actually gone up in the site since we started working together. So there's an immune support kit. And so that one's vitamin C, vitamin D three K two and zinc. So you can choose that or the immune support plus kit, which is those same three products, vitamin C, vitamin D, and zinc, plus relax medics, and Berber pinella relax medics is a product that has a combination of cemento and Valyrian. It's been evaluated on a university level and the research is being compiled now to be submitted for publication in a medical journal. But relax medics is great for. Stress for helping for sleep, a great a lot of people swear by valerian. It helps them fall asleep. And it's never helped me. I got to go to other stuff like melatonin, vodka, just kidding. But melatonin, the one thing I noticed in the milk, do we have melatonin here? Yeah, it doesn't say on here how many it says 1.5. It doesn't really tell you how many milligrams of melatonin it is. So if I want to take like one milligram of melatonin, how much do I'm asking this for myself. I'm doing a radio program, but I'm always curious. For most people, ten or 15 drops, they do really well with that. And it's interesting with melatonin. A lot of people have a melatonin deficiency, but they do not know that. This is a hormone that regulates the sleep wake cycle. And so if your sleep environment is not completely dark, meaning if you hold your hand, you turn the lights off and hold your hand up and you can still see your hand. It's not dark enough. Your body won't produce melatonin. So a lot of people have a melatonin deficiency. And I take that about 5 nights a week. Along with a dropper full of relaxed medics. And I sleep like a baby. I wake up during the night. But we don't know how many, like, in other words, if you're taking ten to 15 drops, how much is in each drop of melatonin? Half a milligram, or we don't know. I'm going to get back to you on that because I don't remember how much that is. But sometimes you take a liquid form under the tongue, which is totally different than taking a capsule, as far as bioavailability. So, but for most people, if you just take ten to and it's not. The reason I say that if you go to a CVS or a Costco or one of these places, they sell like 5 milligrams, ten milligrams, for me, that's way too much. I don't need that. I took a dropper full of this melatonin here. And I woke up with a beard. I don't know, about two weeks had passed. The lawn was like two feet high, and I said, what did this stuff is way too powerful? So I need to ask the founder if only we could get a Melbourne and Alban brought you here. And so my wife and my landlord, they thank you because the house is going to pot. It's.

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:08 min | 11 months ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I know my folks I'm talking to the founder of new Trump medics dot com Tim Eaton Tim you and nutrimetics have become sponsors of the show recently so it would be remiss for me not to say use the code Eric. But I gotta say that what impresses me about you and new traumatic is that you live your faith in the marketplace. In other words, you're thinking there's a need for people who they should be taking vitamin C they should be taking vitamin D they should be taking this and this and this. We want to bring these things to market super high quality and we want to give 50% or more of the proceeds to these missions organizations. And so what are some of these organizations that neutrinos has been giving to? Well, some we've been supporting since the very beginning one's called mission one overseas. It's an acronym means overseas national evangelization and they empower national workers in their own countries. A lot of these countries where a lot of western missionaries would not go. And we've been supporting them for about maybe 25, 26 years, and they're helping to build churches. They're drilling wells. They have medical relief, all kinds of different. But the focus is always the gospel. Doing these things in Jesus name, we're feeding, we're helping. We're supporting one of the new ones that we just started supporting. Actually, this year is called the Timothy initiative. And I think we've talked about it before. I just received an email from them as we landed with an update if you don't mind I will read it. This is from Jared helms, the CEO of the Tibetan initiative, and this is a project called good things continue to happen in India and Nepal through the project a church in every village. I'm excited to report 10,443 new churches planted. 121,771 salvations, 2657 orphans impacted in 3729 widows impacted, and this project only started 18 months ago. So imagine over 10,000 churches planted in 18 months, and this is India and Nepal. So that's the Timothy initiative. We're really excited about that. The dollar goes, we always want to be good stewards of God's money, right? When people approach us about giving contributing to something and so I think the cost of planning a church is around $300. And these are primarily in India and Nepal. So that's the Timothy initiative. Another recent ministry we've been in supporting is called I was hungry. And that's a collaboration between foundations for farming based in Zimbabwe, and crown financial. Which is the largest Christian stewardship ministering the world. You may know chuck Bentley, the CEO of crown financial. So for one of our newer products called vital medics, we actually give 100% of the profits away to that ministry. 100% of the percent. See, this is what kills me is that I think I've only come to this lately in the last couple of years, but Americans often say or anybody says, what can I do? What can I do? For the good of the world, everything is going this way and I want to go that what can I do? And there's somebody who founded something called second vote, which is in other words how you spend your money. The money, the millions and billions that people spend, if you spend that money with companies that are doing good, or at least not doing bad, that's powerful. If you spend your money with companies that are working against everything you believe in with the profits that they make from your money, that's on you, you're being foolish, you're being a bad steward. So I say to people whether I'm talking about my pillow dot com or new traumatic dot com or any other organization that why wouldn't you spend your money with those organizations and part of what I've said on this program many times when you're not here, but I say that you already should be taking vitamin D every day. You should already be taking vitamin C and zinc and magnesium and these different things. And if you're gonna do that anyway, which you should is a good steward of your body, why wouldn't you buy it from the company that's giving 50% or in this case a 100% of the profits of a different thing, vital medics or whatever. You know, it seems common sense, but we haven't talked about that in America. We kind of act like it doesn't matter. It's all about, where can I get something 5 cents cheaper? Instead of thinking about, am I giving that 5 cents to a good organization or better? We don't think about that. Well, I see it as a privilege to be doing what I'm doing. My wife and I love what we do. We meet so many great people. We hear stories every day about wawa. The biggest thing we hear is, wow, I got my life back. I was not doing well at all. That kind of thing. So one of the cool things about vital medics and I was hungry is that that's actually helping to bring people out of extreme poverty that are making less than two or $3 a day. So we're really excited about that. That's what happens with the profits. But what is vital medics for people tuning in? Because you got so many different products, you can go to new traumatic dot com and check it all out. But what is this one you're talking about? Vital medics is a combination of our signature product called cemento, which for I'm sure many of your followers know about cats claw. While cemento is a very rare type of cat's claw that is much more powerful, and it's kind of like a thermostat for your immune system. If it's overactive or helps to normalize it or if it's you know what, I'm sorry. We're going to go to a break. We're talking about cemento, we're talking about vital medics, nutrimetics dot com, use the code Eric. Don't go away. Hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books in the book is next level insane. It is called, what are the odds from crack addict to CEO? It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code Eric..

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Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 11 months ago

Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

"Is that people who are about mission, it doesn't mean you're not about profits because the whole point is to make profits to feed the mission because you care about doing this for your passion. But what I always find ironic is that people who are all in on mission get bigger profits. I mean, this has been now a long time. And the company has grown and grown and grown and you're giving away millions of dollars. I mean, where are you now with nutrimetics dot com and the 50% of the profits? What are these numbers look like? It's a supplement. What do you call the organism? I mean, the companies that it's a supplement and vitamin. Well, we were a neutrophil company. So we produce natural products, vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and we sell those to healthcare professionals and directly to consumers. Okay. So that's who we are. Dietary supplements. And so it's going on three decades here. And the company has grown tremendously. Yeah, I mean, I always like to say that God gets credit for all the good things. I'll take credit for all the mistakes. We founded the company and I guess it's 1993, and we finally founded new traumatic and began, and we've been able to God's allowed us to give about 16 million now to ministries and our goal is to surpass a 100 million by 2030. And the funny thing is 2030 sounds like 50 years in the future, and then I realized, no, no, no. It's 8 and a half years in the future. Well, we have some exciting projects lined up and some new initiatives and we believe that we can hit that goal. So first

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com, go there. Hey there folks, this is the arcata show. Yes, I'm the host, dear for Texas. But I have guests. Today, for example, I want to talk about what does it mean to be a company that's not only interested in the bottom line that has a mission and all that kind of stuff. What does that mean? What does that look like? And in order to do that, I have my new friend Tim Eaton, who is the founder of nutrimetics as my guest. Tim, you're right here. I've talked to you on the phone. I've talked to you on Zoom, but I've not met you in person and my audience. Some of them might know you if they watched our programs or heard our programs. But I am just in awe of when somebody lives out their faith in the marketplace. So I want to start at the beginning, but before we actually go to the beginning, when did you decide to really, you know, to leave quote unquote, ministry ministry, and to bring your faith into a company? Well, first off, thanks, Eric, finally great to meet you as well. Thank you for having us here today. Well, I served as a missionary pilot in Peru, the late 80s, early 90s. I met my wife down there. And we had been there once I was there 5 years. And I saw poverty hardship that I'd never seen before, I once again met my wife, I also began to learn about medicinal plants from the tribal groups down there that I spent a lot of time with. And so after about 5 years, my wife and I were talking, why don't we go up to the United States, we'll start a company doing something in whatever we do will send 50% of the profits back to Peru to fund these ministries or these that we're very passionate about. And at that time, rescuing kids that were orphaned, there was a lot of terrorism improved, a lot of parents were killed. But also helping to train and support national pastors, Peruvian pastures in the jungle that obviously would be able to communicate the gospel much better than I could as a gringo speaks will in Spanish. My wife's Peruvian, but it's a whole different culture. So we decided back and that was in 19 91 that we would start a company traumatic wasn't born yet, but I can actually say the purpose was there. It was purpose driven in that whatever we do, we're going to send 50% of the profits down to Peru to fund these ministries and we just felt like we can make a bigger impact for the gospel sharing Jesus with people that had never heard of Jesus before. Meeting the needs feeding, drilling wells, medical relief, et cetera. So it was 1991,.

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Founder Tim Eaton Shares the Origin Story of NutraMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:44 min | 11 months ago

Founder Tim Eaton Shares the Origin Story of NutraMedix

"Have my new friend Tim Eaton, who is the founder of nutrimetics as my guest. Tim, you're right here. I've talked to you on the phone. I've talked to you on Zoom, but I've not met you in person and my audience. Some of them might know you if they watched our programs or heard our programs. But I am just in awe of when somebody lives out their faith in the marketplace. So I want to start at the beginning, but before we actually go to the beginning, when did you decide to really, you know, to leave quote unquote, ministry ministry, and to bring your faith into a company? Well, first off, thanks, Eric, finally great to meet you as well. Thank you for having us here today. Well, I served as a missionary pilot in Peru, the late 80s, early 90s. I met my wife down there. And we had been there once I was there 5 years. And I saw poverty hardship that I'd never seen before, I once again met my wife, I also began to learn about medicinal plants from the tribal groups down there that I spent a lot of time with. And so after about 5 years, my wife and I were talking, why don't we go up to the United States, we'll start a company doing something in whatever we do will send 50% of the profits back to Peru to fund these ministries or these that we're very passionate about. And at that time, rescuing kids that were orphaned, there was a lot of terrorism improved, a lot of parents were killed. But also helping to train and support national pastors, Peruvian pastures in the jungle that obviously would be able to communicate the gospel much better than I could as a gringo speaks will in Spanish. My wife's Peruvian, but it's a whole different culture. So we decided back and that was in 19 91 that we would start a company traumatic wasn't born yet, but I can actually say the purpose was there. It was purpose driven in that whatever we do, we're going to send 50% of the profits down to Peru to fund these ministries

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host Eric the taxes. Hey there folks, it's Wednesday, all been it's Wednesday. Wednesday. Even love it. When you come off daylight savings time, it's Wednesday. Still is? It's still Wednesday. Well, since it's Wednesday, that means that today I'm talking to Tim Tebow. Oh, I love that. And it's going to be on the show. It's not just me talking to Tim Tebow. It's on the show. It's a public conversation. And he has a new book out called mission possible. And that's a typo. It's supposed to be Mission Impossible. I guess he doesn't know that. I'm going to have to correct him on that. Actually, we have today both hours today, one hour with Tim Tebow, and the other hour we're talking to my new friend Tim Eaton of nutrimetics. Now, these people are just, they're geniuses with pharmaceutical stuff with vitamins or whatever. And they are now a sponsor of the show. And I should say this week only it's 25% off if you use the code Eric at nutrimetics dot com. But I want people to know more about nutrimetics because we all spend money most of us spend money on some kind of vitamins or whatever we should be taking vitamin D vitamin C zinc, magnets. There's all kinds of stuff we should be taking every day, stevia, melatonin, and I want people to understand who new tremendous is and why we partner with them. So I'm going to have a conversation today in one hour I'm talking to Tebow and the other hour I'm talking to Tim Eaton of nutra medics and again this week only 25% off if you use the code Eric neutronics dot com. Actually, I should a couple other things I should say before we get to our guest here. A couple of days going announced that food for the poor are now partnering with another international relief organization called feed my starving children, which has many years of experience delivering food water and emergency relief to Ukraine and Eastern Europe, we need your help folks are giving this month this year for food for the poor is way down and we surmise that it was because people are focused on the Ukraine. So food for the poor responded to that by partnering with this group feed my starving children that helps folks in the Ukraine. So now when you go to metaxas talk dot com and we need your help if you haven't yet participated, please go to metaxas talk dot com. Click on the help Ukraine button, which you see at the top of the page metaxas talk dot com, not Eric metaxas dot com, but metaxas talk dot com and you click on the help Ukraine button metaxas talk dot com. Now I have to say when we see these images on TV, the whole thing seems abstract. But there are real people there and we're hoping that you'll go to metaxas talk dot com to help them. We have a mother in the Ukraine.

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Booker, Ayton help NBA-leading Suns beat Pacers, 112-94

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Booker, Ayton help NBA-leading Suns beat Pacers, 112-94

"Devin Devin Booker Booker D. D. Andriy Andriy Aiden Aiden and and Chris Chris Paul Paul set set the the NBA NBA leading leading sons sons to to a a one one twelve twelve ninety ninety four four when when it it Indiana Indiana Booker Booker was was high high scorer scorer with with thirty thirty five five points points while while Eaton Eaton had had twenty twenty seven seven with with twelve twelve rebounds rebounds Paul Paul chipped chipped in in twelve twelve points points and and nine nine assists assists for for Phoenix Phoenix which which was was tied tied at at seventy seventy six six in in the the third third quarter quarter before before embarking embarking on on a a twenty twenty three three to to run run Booker Booker scored scored twenty twenty two two points points in in the the period period just just started started getting getting on on you you know know they they made made it it a a close close game game the the deuce deuce Todd Todd once once you you started started doing doing that that it it was was one one of of those those not not willing willing to to go go the the Suns Suns improved improved to to thirty thirty two two one one nine nine while while the the Pacers Pacers fell fell to to fifteen fifteen to to twenty twenty eight eight with with their their third third straight straight loss loss Justin Justin holiday holiday had had twenty twenty five five points points to to caris caris levert levert had had twenty twenty for for Indiana Indiana I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Booker scores 24 points, Suns beat Mavs for 10th straight

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Booker scores 24 points, Suns beat Mavs for 10th straight

"Devin Booker had twenty four points nine rebounds to lead the sons to a one oh five ninety eight victory over the maps it was their tenth straight win the Andre eight and added nineteen points and thirteen rebounds the sensor eleven and three in Eaton said they did what they had to to get the win Mr some solid defense right to us but you know we wasn't really making our shots we find some great rates but we just was in my head and now other than that I think it was a it was it was going I'm going to games yes I think yeah playing without the injured look at Dr it's the mass were led by Tim Hardaway juniors twenty two George Khattar Phoenix

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Art and Climate Fatigue

Think: Sustainability

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Art and Climate Fatigue

"My name's zoe set a kiss ski. And i'm a senior electra. At the school of design at ut and a lot of my research is around how we can visually communicate ecological issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in a way that engages people in mexican think about action that they can take and ways that we could adapt to live differently for a more sustainable future. So what is comet fatigue. And why don't we feel it. Yeah climate fatigue and eko anxiety. This lots of tomes for these things And it's it's very real. I mean i feel a sense of grief and anxiety often in the research that i do But i think what's really important is starting to accept and engage with those feelings and not hide behind them feeling the feelings it seems straightforward but when we're experiencing such lodge ecological shifts at a rapid right. Zoe explains that. We must reckon with the inevitable. Greif of that experience in order to create change. One of the. I guess the the incredible moments for me. We call it a disorienting dilemma was. When i'd been overseas i was on a research trip overseas in november twenty nine and so i actually missed the start of the those horrific bushfires that blackened seve knee and i arrived at after a month of being away and as the plane flew into sydney. I just saw the red sun that you could barely see through. And i felt broken because i was homesick. Can i was ready to come home. But i flew into a home that i no longer recognized. There's a term for the switches. Solis style and it's a feeling of homesickness for a place that you a still with eaton

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"eaton" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"In jericho bobby and then while. We're very close very similar guys. A lot of ways didn't speak a lot chose their words wisely. But if you're you remember this and you guys both do you both were there. There was a. I believe it was in baltimore. It was sullivan and ben wa and they had a fight all through the arena. Right that went through the stands ended up in the bathroom now. Anybody that's watching if you go back and watch that watch. Who's trailing them bobby. Eaton kaz sullivan mic bobby. To be the policemen if any fan touches us or whatever. I want the toughest guy that i know to be there. And not a hothead. And that's you'll see bobby. He's in the bathroom. He's in the background. You can see him in a couple of shots because he was handpicked by by sullivan to remember that very clearly. Bobby he just said bob just stay back out of out of the shot but just be there in case something goes wrong because you never know you know some right through the fans. Yeah you're up in their territory up on the concourse. Those guys were fighting in the bathroom up there. Talking about his You know wanting to kiss him. I okay and the twenty. This is the twenty sixteen. Nwea fan fest. That they used to have in charlotte. I'm sure you you went to some of those. I'm not so sure. So i'm gonna them one at twenty sixteen during the summertime was working with the baseball team and we were in charlotte so i spent a couple of days nafta noon. And so there were bobby jim there were signing autographs. I snuck a behind him. And i grabbed bobby from behind and reach surrounding. Kissed him right on his left cheek. He came out of their office phase. Like what the. He was mad at me and i haven't seen him in years. That can kiss. It wasn't my skirt. Yeah it's startled scared him and immediately when he saw it was not my right he just it felt mad he would just turned into me talking up on me and we haven't seen in decades but the hell but he also too easily spooked like you mentioned a weak stomach and one of them say by spooked is like i don't know if he was superstitious. Or maybe he grew up in a religious house. Or whatever. But the reason why. I say this is two reasons. One bobby was terrified of la parka without his mask because he said that the park it was so ugly that he must be like he must be a devil like a devil. Child you remember. The guy was not the best looking guy. Yeah he was ugly would tell him his name. Is adolfo yeah in catering. Can you sit over here and just stare at bobby. The whole time and bobby would start notices looking start having agrees the devil child then we used to hang out with that eight tracks at downtown disney. For the saturday morning tapings necessarily more. It was called worldwide right and it was a disco club. Okay everyone used to hang out there. And bobby would go and i don't know if everyone was like all whatever i think things are going on. At that point. There was on the dance for his dancing dancing. Dancing dancing was just hanging out. But he saw a poster for the movie that omen on the wall because seventies disco club the omens from nine hundred seventy six. And it's about the anti christ and right. He saw that poster and refuse to go to eight tracks. Disco dancing club again. I'm not gonna posters in their yeoman movie to talk to them while he was not avenue. Didn't you think i loved bobby. And steve regal together. They will source short time. Yeah but i really love that together. They vignettes as we know where we called him. zinc sir robert. Or something like that or think of. I think i think paul triple h went to w. e. e. blue bloods so needed a guy to replace paul. And i think from riedel telling the story is that bobby was just kind of sitting there and wriggles. Have a bobby. And he's not the right now. He's awesome right so they put them in there. I gave i gave regal and one of the asset. I said go back and watch and regal new. This i i. I'm gonna atmosphere one of my favorite well. I love musicals. I really do. And one of my favorite musicals. My fair lady. And i said professor higgins. When she went professor higgins puts the marbles in elisas and ask her to talk. She has all these marbles in the mouth and she starts to talk and he says i can't understand a word not a word and i said use that and he did. He's bobby started talking about one of this vignette c. Says i cannot understand a word. Say not a word. So i always think of when i think of elisa doolittle i think bobby who didn't have marbles mouth but sounded like you imagine if they would have been vignettes we're regal is trying to teach them proper english. Yes the rain in spain. Mainly they may have extended that don't know but i remember hitting that line it really pop me. I'm got a back up here. I'm still hung up on you in this note to my fair lady. Ladies one of the best. Les may come to the house sometime. I've got all kinds of musical. I'll tell them more. Spooked bobbie star that. I want to talk about voters work. And how great. He was in the ring but I guess this one too but we were in japan. Just briefly one tour. He was there when we were doing working there with. Wcw and they sell hot coffee in cans in vending machines there. It's just the japanese thing and it was the wintertime over so bob hussein. He was looking for a coffee was called us. We'll have a coffee from the machine. He refused because he said how can a cup of coffee being can Out of a machine. It's actually really good. It's just the way they do things here. He was used to going to the gas station. And get your cup of coffee so fine. They took me about five minutes to convince i'll buy you won it Just let me buy one. It's a good one. So i buy them this cana coffee. And he's not like it was like a piece of kryptonite or some strange artifact like he couldn't quite rapid centrist. Finally i opened it up at drink. It it's good. He opens it up and for some reason she guys have experienced this. At least once your life there was like a kuehne that maybe a worm cocoon an insect akhoon. Something had got into the can and from the inside had built some kind of a little bit. Coon thing right. So when bobby opened the tab and you can see this white kind of creepy thing in there. He flipped out because he thought that. I had ripped him and his will. Bobby how could i review. Knew how did i know. It's it's a vending machine at a random truckstop that we just pulled up. I had no idea. I could've got that one do and he would not talk to me for the rest of that trip. It was another three or four days a week. 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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To the eric metaxas. Show with your host eric. Metaxas hated folks. This is our to technically but who cares. It's just continuance of rather of my conversation with chris read. Who's been chosen. As the to succeed to succeed. Rick joyner at morningstar ministries. Let me ask you chris for folks. In or anything about morningstar what is morningstar ministries morningstar ministries was founded by rick joyner in his his wife. Julie back in the early eighties and it started off as a publication And then over time rig began to write some books you know. The final quest was probably as most popular Two trees in the garden final quest was like one of the top sellers. In the modern era it was prophetic. It was all a compiled set of dreams. That is just fantastic. Incredible picture of in fact the times that we're living in right now and so they ultimately assumed this property here in fort mill south carolina. That was back in the eighties by jim baker and of course they morning star and rick joyner purchased the property. Here back i believe is in two thousand four morning stars ben on the cusp. I mean they've been one of the most. I mean one of the leading prophetic voices in the broader charismatic movement. In rick is really a man of integrity. He is without a doubt to me a prophet and he is an incredible author. I'm actually here now. This fall. i'm going to be doing a school of the prophets And so of course. We have a bible college here k. Through twelve just a lot of awesome things going on here and it's just a great place to be people who moved here from all over the nation in different parts of the world because they believe god is speaking from this place. I'm honored just to just to be apart. I'm thrilled you're there. And i i guess i want to so much. I wanna ask you when we were in kansas city. Mike bickel gave a sermon a teaching about the end times. And do you have a sense or does rick have a sense of where we're going to be in the next ten or twenty years. What what does he say. Or what do you know that he says that he shared. So rick has i mean. This is well documented. Rick has been prophesying for a number of years that we're going to have another civil war here in america and he's had various dreams at different times but it's documented in history. You know twenty thirty years. He's been saying this was coming. And the lord began to show him back in the eighties that america would have a liberal president. And then you know of course clinton game in office. He thought for sure that was alabama coming off as he thought for sure that was him. But then you know biden. Harris are sitting in the oval office and basically in the dream. Something would happen. That would cause america to realize. Just how terrible marxism is in that. We would swing back to the right never to go back to the left again. Yeah and so. He believes right. Now we're on the precipice of perhaps it's already begun a civil war in this nation because our government it's beyond fixing itself. Well it seems to me that we're in a war another words and it's a strange thing. I almost never say this. But when i was about sixteen i had a kind of a knowing it feels like knowing from god. In retrospect about this about a civil war but that but that that it would not be along geographical lines like the way the civil war was but that it would be almost like the way cancer is that every cell is at war with every other cell which is kind of what i see happening now but we do seem to be at an impasse in the country and but it sounds like what rick was saying is that it will come out. Well just don't know how bad it will get before it comes out. Well well things will get worse before they get better and it is a cultural civil war. Are we going to stay. Is the traditional america that we have been you know. Judeo-christian values capitalism freedom of religion freedom of speech. That type of thing. Where are we going to head more in a marxist direction. I think that is coming in has come to a head and i think that the twenty twenty election and all the fallout from that has really shown just how desperate thing how close we are. We're already in it. And i definitely think that there is going to be. I don't want violence. I don't desire violence. But i think that we're going to see a actual civil war. I don't know exactly what it will look like. But i know it's going to be a culture war and bob. Jones and other prophetic voice prophesied that the next revolution nary slash civil war would happen when they came for the guns when they attacked the second amendment that that would trigger the civil war into a whole new stage in so you. I think that we need to be alert and away now more than ever before. It's it's amazing stuff. And i think i wanna remind my audience. The lord is with us. Now we don't need to be with him if we don't want but he is with us if we choose to look to him in the midst of difficulty so we're never supposed to fear. We're always supposed to look to god. And be encouraged that. He's with us and he created us for this hour for this moment to live for him. Otherwise it's very tempting to get caught up in the details and in the political part of it more than in looking at god in the middle of it and as you know. I don't believe we ought to sit on our hands were just pray quote unquote. We have to be involved while we're praying and we we need to pray while we're doing things but people's hearts need to be right and there's so many people have made an idol politics and they're just angry all the time and you really can't do anything for god if you're walking around in anger.

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"eaton" Discussed on ARN

ARN

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on ARN

"Lawless. Aren listen to this this match lineup in nineteen ninety. One for bobby eaton. It's it's you and him super brawl for the television title. He wins no not trying to run salt salt and we talked about in georgia. Then it's he gets to face. Rick flair world heavyweight champion at the clash of the champions fifteen and a two out of three falls match eaten would pin flair and the i fall but ultimately he lost a flair two falls to one. So that's a big time match two out of three against the world champ. And then and then he would lose his tv championship to newcomer. Stunning steve austin who leveraged his manager and edens tights to get the pin fall victory. So there you go arn rick flair two out of three and then losing the tv title to stone wealth eventually stone. Cold steve austin. But it's stunning. Steve austin here ninety one all that guy will never get over what who stunning. Who pretty good lineup. And you know what. And each and every match bobby. Eaton was at least as good as anybody in the match if not the best guy no match. Just as steve. Austin about bobby. Now and he'll he'll give you an earful about what he thought about him as a man and as a wrestler. Yeah and you know what you just said as a man and you know the thing i wanted to get across today and maybe it has as just how much i love bobby as a human being and he was very close to be my brother. You know about as close as you can get. I guess not being blood. He just was so kind to everybody if If you saw a homeless person on the side of the road you better be prepared. Stop or bobby was going to be pissed. 'cause he was going to. Nps wallet out for whoever it was and that's the kind of guy he was You know there's nothing he wouldn't do for anybody. I don't have enough adjectives to to truly cover. Just what a kind kind man he was and very few people in this business because it tends to make you a little jaded you know. You're tired from travel a lot of times. And you probably not isn't nice to people as you should be. You know. there's a lot of excuses and lots of reasons that we give for the ray the way things ended up being when i never saw bobby short with anybody. They wanted an autograph short. Anybody that wanted to have a short conversation. And if they had kids he was on one knee patentable ahead talking to him and finding handy and they just don't make people like bobby there will never be another one. He was the purest of heart of any human being. I have ever met an. I've met some pretty good people along the way to and that's the point. I wanted to get across today more. So than anything him The career that he had you can ask anybody that came from that era. You know who was who is the best or if not one of the top three or top two that you ever saw her in the ring with bobby his name will always come up and universally and i guess i'm just feel so fortunate to have known him at all to have shared the time that i get to share with them and that's yeah warn closing through as we walk through the the remaining of his of his wrestling chapter to your point earlier he would be a part of the dangerous alliance. You were obviously part of that faction with him as you said one of the most for all of us now nostalgic wrestling fans along live that group amazing talent. He would then take a tour through smokey mountain wrestling again. Part of coronary walk. Worked with stan lane and tom prichard Part of the heavenly bodies there and that kind of that group and That was a lot of funny. Did some new japan work as well came back to. Wcw where he would become earl. Robert eaton i mean. That's a little bit of fun there. If you think about that. Character right airmen. Riga were great. Had tried to teach bobby table manners the price of admission every day of the week And there were a good team to really were. Did he ever make any comments. About what am i doing or did he just half on within go. If you don't want to eat just enjoy it. He was joy antagon- with ragle and if he would've said something nobody knows what he's talking about anyway. Yeah he He would end up going to train some wrestlers at the power plant for a short time to so left leaving his his fingerprints. If you will on the business in that regard to so he did a little bit of that between ninety six and two thousand Before kind of wrapping up His career through the end there But as you said mary to build on these daughter donahue unfortunately We lost earlier. This year obviously earned from what. You're sharing You guys were all close families You know there for a long time too so definitely a difficult year for For the family gets any worse and you know they. They say that people have been married for a long time or been together for a very long time when one goes the other one pretty much greaves himself to death you know. I believe that In how they took care of each other in our both in less than stellar health but man they took care of each other and they looked after each other and until you until the very end of their lives and That's just who bobby was and and you know for those kids. I can't say enough about the loss of they've had. I can't do it justice. I can't put enough shannon enough light on just heart. Goes out to them. And they know that they had wonderful parents and that their dad was a megastar. Not only in this business but in life and.

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GlucoMedix - Naturally Supporting Healthy Glucose Levels

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 1 year ago

GlucoMedix - Naturally Supporting Healthy Glucose Levels

"I'm just fascinated because the more you learn the more interesting it cats and you were just talking about. What is it glucose glucose medics. It's a pro product. We've been working on for been under development for many years and it's a combination of cemento and stevia stevia. Yes stevia has the sweetener the sweetener if If it's a whole leaf extract it has blood sugar support properties Cardiovascular support properties. Zatterin does not have that saccharine. Sucralose does not have. I don't think so so aspartame does not have that no so So most people think of stevia as a natural sweetener yeah but but a whole leaf extract of that of that leaf Can as i mentioned have blood sugar support properties etc so. We combine that with cemento and we did. Some research and our university did some research. And what do you mean. Our university university now are when you work with a university in peru. Actually the top university improved doing research and publishing the research is called the the Cayetano university in lima peru and and They did a Several studies comparing luca medics For metabolic support blood sugar support cardiovascular support and it was very comparable to these other remedies was compared to so that has all been That research has been compiled in and it's been submitted to a very high level Pure reviewed medical journal in europe for publication waiting to see if that's going to be accepted for publication but that's really helped a lot of people glucose

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How NutraMedix.Com Is Living Faith in the Marketplace

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:17 min | 1 year ago

How NutraMedix.Com Is Living Faith in the Marketplace

"I gotta say that. What impresses me about you neutral. Medics is that you live your faith in the marketplace. In other words you thinking there's a need for people who they should be taking vitamin c. They should be taking vitamin d. They should be taking this. And this and this. We want to bring these things to market super high quality and we want to give fifty percent or more of the proceeds to these missions organizations. And so what does some of these organizations that neutral medics has been giving to well Some we've been supporting Since the very beginning once called mission. One oversea. It's an acronym means overseas national evangelization and they empower national workers in their own countries. A lot of these countries where a lot of western missionaries would not go at. And we've been supporting them for about Maybe twenty five twenty six years And they they're they're helping to build churches They're drilling wells. They have medical relief All kinds of different but the focus is always the gospel doing these things in jesus name You know we're we're feeding were helping. Were

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay so seriously though you when did nutro-ceuticals which is you know. I guess the term right. When did that become part of your life. And when did you think there's a business here well it. It really became part of my life. All the way back on a Survival trip where we would go into the jungle and we lived off the land for three days learning to survive in case we crashed in the junk glow. So it was. We had a blast for three days. There were some tribal group with us and showing us what he what not to eat. Some of us hit oreos in our back palace agok. They're not me of course but it was. It was it was a lotta fun in there. Was one of the one of the local guides told us by the way Don't drink the water down there. On the ground cut one of these vines and then the water will flow out of it. And it's it's it's good say you cut the vine and let the water drip into my mouth. It just run. Hold it up and run into your mouth and so then they said by the way we take the bark of this fine and we make tea out of it and we use it to Treat all these different kinds of Health issues that we have and so i. I didn't really think much about it. Then at the mall at the time but that's really when it started was then so that was in the eighties. And you saw that. This stuff works. Well they they. They told me about it Then i mean look. It's just hard to believe you know when you live in the west with with with western modern medicine that people all around the world with no access to that and they have centuries millennia of background on what to do for different things. It's.

Founding a Company on Mission With Tim Eaton CEO of NutraMedix.Com

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Founding a Company on Mission With Tim Eaton CEO of NutraMedix.Com

"Did you decide to really you know to leave quote unquote ministry ministry and to bring your faith into a company first off thanks. Eric was finally great to meet us. Well thank you for having us here today Well i Served as a missionary pilot in peru. The late eighties early nineties Met my wife down there and We had been there once. I was there five years and i. I saw poverty hardship that had never seen before and i Once again met my wife. I also began to learn about medicinal plants from the tribal groups down there that i spent a lot of time with and so after about five years My wife and i were talking. Look what's you know. Why don't we go up to. The united states will start a company. Doing something in we do will send fifty percent of the prophets back to peru to fund these ministries or these That we're very passionate about in at that time rescuing Kids That were orphaned. A lot of terrorism improve a lot of parents were killed but also Helping to train and support like national pastors peruvian pastures in the jungle that obviously would be able to communicate the gospel much better than i could as a gringo speaks spanish my wife's peruvian but it's a whole different culture So we decided back in that was in nineteen ninety one that we would start a company. Neutra medics wasn't born yet. Both you know. I can actually say the purpose was there. It was purpose driven in that. Whatever we do. We're going to send fifty percent of the prophets down to peru to fund these ministries in and we just felt like no we can make a bigger impact for the gospel Sharing jesus with people that had never heard of jesus before Meeting the needs Feeding drilling wells medical relief etcetera so as nineteen ninety-one long long long answered your question

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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All-Star Lynn Wins 6-1 as White Sox Improve to 10-2 vs Twins

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

All-Star Lynn Wins 6-1 as White Sox Improve to 10-2 vs Twins

"Lance Lynn is nine and three after the all star allowed one run and four hits over six innings of the white Sox six one win over the twins went just one officer was gonna break also this was great we went out on strike everyone there and then Jesus was also behind it Tim Anderson Larry Garcia led Chicago's attack on a day the white Sox got outfielder Adam Eaton Anderson had four hits and Garcia delivered a two run Homer along with an RBI triple the sacks fifteen hit attack leaves intended to versus Minnesota this season Chicago was outscored the twins ninety one forty seven in the season series Michael Pineda took the loss in his first outing since missing three weeks with an elbow injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Rodón Sharp on a Rainy Night As White Sox Beat Twins 4–1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Rodón Sharp on a Rainy Night As White Sox Beat Twins 4–1

"The white Sox managed only three hits on the night but it was enough for a four one victory over the twins the game was played in a steady rain Zach Collins said two of the three hits including a two run single in the second inning the other runs coming in on an RBI single from Adam Eaton and a sac fly from Jose Abreu who all star Carlos wrote down went six innings to raise his record is seven and three striking out eight while walking no one Liam Hendricks finished up notching his twenty second save is a white Sox lead the AL central by six and one half games I'm David Shuster

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"eaton" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on Ologies

"Wasps and we do love them and they were beautiful but what is one thing about studying them. That sucks. you're so bloody fast. That's a compliment. I love that. I mean they. Just don't sit still for anything. Carly yea considered a privilege when i get a chance to get up close to one for any period of time more than nanosecond. I guess you know the fact that that. I'm in the minority of people that appreciate that may be the thing that sucks the most. I put on here to defend creatures. That don't have a lot of and are into mogae community. His has failed you to be honest. We haven't done our due diligence in in pointing out the positive aspects of wasps in their diversity. There's in secretaries were they. Raise itty bitty tiny wasps that they release into agricultural fields for example. But nobody hears about that. We hear about moore. It's exactly and just the fact that i have said on podcast episodes before that wasp dick's is a is a huge flag to me that i don't know enough about wasps you know what i mean and i and i love this. You do your homework though. And i i mean my hat is off to you. Your audience is already educated and eager to learn and i wish that applied to more people. I wanna thank your listeners. In fact right now. Yeah the wasp guy likes you. Isn't that the best is going to be a hard question to answer. But your favorite thing about wasps or your favourite wasp. I don't know how do you answer that. Their diversity is just astonishing. I mean that's that's in the. The title of the book is subtitled. The book fact. And and more so even than i dreamed of i mean. I had an inkling learning new stuff every day. So it's hard to. It's hard to pick a favorite but i. I certainly adore the shiny ones the cuckoo wasps and and fuzzy wingless female velvet. Dance their winged males tarantula hawks in their metallic blue and orange. And what have you Yeah they all have a have a place and and you don't you don't have to like every organism as long as you understand. That has a place you can respect that and act accordingly the other there's plenty of organisms. I don't like but i but thankfully i understand their their role in the ecosystem and their impact on on humanity enough to to pay them so respect. I think we should start conversation smith. What's your favorite wasp. And if that's just how you know you're going to be an icebreaker. Find a favor wasp as far barbie. My favorite wasp is probably the tarantula hawk wasp. I mean they're so beautiful if that brilliant like midnight blue body and this golden almost like Caramel coloured wings and whenever i see them in california i freak out i get so excited on like a hike before like pointed strangers toward it to be like. Look look at this beautiful thing. It's so nice to see one. So you're so beautiful. Well congratulations on your book. I mean wasps the astonishing diversity of a misunderstood insect. It says it all. I love it so exciting. Thank you so much for being on. I love wasps now. Well it's an honor to be here. Thanks so ask passionate people about unsung underdogs and look you respect wasps. Now i know you do. Just let them have their space and everyone's can be fine so get eric's book wasps. The astonishing diversity of a misunderstood insect. Wherever books are sold. You'll find a link in the show notes. You can find his work on his blog. Bug eric dot blog spot dot com. He's on twitter at bug. Eric we are at all geez.

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"eaton" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on Ologies

"Up in the wind chimes. Gosh i'd love the idea that just were kicking around walking around with a cup of tea. No idea that there are semi alive. Spiders. that are mummified in the wa- like cool even chapman Asked just how smarter they. I've heared they're much more intelligent than bees and other stinky boys and christina. Weaver wants to know. I wanna know how the parasitic wasp mind control works. How did they do it. Well What time pack there you'll k. Buddy all right well. Here's here's the thing. I think one of the reasons. I think we kinda hold. This layton envy of wasps that they're maddening. Maddeningly efficient at exploiting our every weakness. And they do it without this burden of ethics and etiquette and Moral compass that that we have to deal with and so here. They're racially successful with stimulus. Response an instinct and here. We are with these big brains and we can't remember where we parked the car and and yet san joaquin female can find her nesta dude so young they have a way of making us. Look stupid but instinct. I think is a lot more plastic than we used to think it is and so it gives it has some malleability and wasps still have have to make choices and things and sometimes those choices are our evolutionary lee successful and sometimes they're not just like any other organism so i think are they intelligent only as much as they have to be and i think that applies to just about every animal. You know. there's no waste in nature. Everything is just the point. It needs to be to survive when we throw in our very rapid changes to the landscape. That makes it a little bit harder for them to succeed now. Changing gears completely to the the samba was kind of thing well. Our definition of venom is changing a lot. It used to be kind of a well. Is it a lethal thing or is it isn't a toxin And if so what kind of talks and well basically a venom now is anything that changes the impacts the host in one fashion or another and that in the case of most wasps. It's it's either partial temporary or complete paralysis of the host. But in in the case of some of these wasps especially bre koenigs and ignorance which are very closely related groups. They also have a virus that is peculiar to them that the female inject when she laser egg and she may inject a mild or some kind of venom that also influences the the the host in some way or makes it easier for the virus to to do its thing which is to basically. Yeah all the brain of the host to to bend. Its will to facilitate the wasp's offspring and so when the in the case of some caterpillars are in one case a lady bug Paris detroit Though host survives the parasitic experience and winds up hovering over the the pupa stage of the wasp and is responsive to stimuli in a defensive fashion and is thus kind of brain controlled guardian robotic guardian of its own paris accord. Wow what a beautiful thing though. I mean that is just evolution years and years and years and years so just to think of how many innovations to get the right type of neuro toxin. That would work like that. Oh there's there's washed have rube goldberg lifecycles. It's just insane. Where they don't even attack the host directly they attack it's host and won't complete their life cycle and less the intended host are intended para satori takes the host. This is what's saying leave of all if you need a new genre of horror or suspense to get into. May i suggest reading about parasitic wasps for hours as i have just done past two. Am so many species so many stories so many victims. It's bananas okay. Really quick there are these earthly beings called jewel wasps that are gorgeous metallic and they can use their stingers to essentially do brain surgery on their cockroach hosts and they feel around with their stingers inside of its head and inject venom into very specific regions and their venom. Does things like simulate of flood of neuro chemicals that makes the cockroach compulsively clean itself for about half an hour making it a nice clean host for her baby and then as the roach is primping. The wasp is off. Finding a good borough comes back breaks off a roach at ten a- and gets a nice long quench from and then uses the remaining antenna to lead this newly unfettered zombie roach like a fricken farm donkey to a tomb seals. It up lays an egg on its leg and then her baby feeds off of this alive. Stunned roach for days and days until it makes its debut in the world. Busting out of the borough like a curtain like a shiny metallic be jewelled queen at the best palm springs drag show. You have ever witnessed. Wasps i mean. Are you even able to even right now. Had to go around the room. Picking up the pieces my brain every day after i love it. You just got to be inundated with wasp facts like oh what a dream. I love that. Kathryn morris asked. Is it just random. Chance that i'm stung in the palm frequently by wasps on metal railings. Grab bars and even wheelchair parts. It's always a wasp but not a be. This is a disability challenge. No one mentions do. Do they like shiny things. Oh i saw. That's not something anybody should endure. The what's at least but well they. They'll purchase different services to groom themselves. Allot so i often. You know if. I want to take pictures of job and hang out. Around the edge of a field where there's shrubs and things with broad leaves and so they'll they'll land on their know groom themselves or they'll land on their to mate or the males will land to guard Territory or something on that order. I had so yeah. They'll land on surfaces. You wouldn't expect just in the course of of needing to groom or rest for a minute or something like that but They're not going to be there that long. It's a hot surface. The metal thing kind of surprises me a bit. I would expect them more on wood surfaces and and foliage and things of that nature Interesting i wonder if they're perched on it being like. Why is it. Every time i sit on metal someone's pushes me with more on this and i couldn't find much however wasps do gravitate toward metallic car grills because they like to snack on bug guts. So maybe catherine you ran over a bug or like a little bit of fresh sidewalk pizza cheese there was on your wheels. That was just irresistible. I dunno fairy much a hypothesis. But i hope it doesn't happen to get everyone. Don't let her even. If it's pizza the repercussions can go on and on anyway. Speaking of sucky stuff okay. The questions i always have to ask against. I know that we are here to absolutely adore wasps and we do love them and they were beautiful but what is one thing about studying them. That sucks. you're so bloody fast. That's a compliment. I love that. I mean they. Just don't sit still for anything..

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"eaton" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on Ologies

"In the wind. They may be unidentified species. There are so many little bugs that we haven't formally met yet. I lived in an apartment and in the summer. i'd get little matt. Sometimes it oliver. My bathroom mirror and it wasn't until i found a dead one looked at it. And sent a picture to leila higgins a from the entomology episode and she was like. Oh that's a wasp there used to be a fig tree right under my window and so they were probably fig wasps which so many of us who have heard that if you eat a fig newton. You're eating so many dead. Wasps is this true or false guard a even if it is there so infinitesimally small your mind. That's fine to make you burrow into figs and live inside a fake right. This this is correct and one thing does the. Usda and the food and drug administration the two entities that control our food quality have allowances for numbers of insect parts because it's just impossible to exclude them. And that's how ubiquitous insects are. And so even if you're not eating a you're probably somewhere during your day. I had let us on my sandwich. I probably had an eighth. I don't the only pollinators of fakes. Are these tiny wasps that have developed this. You know mutual listrik relationship with figs. And it's ridiculously complex. A great many species some things do not require pollination by the way but for those that do there's not only the fig wasp but there's other wasps that are toys of the fig wasp and probably pairs the towards the pairs toys wouldn't surprise me either. I mean a lot of this hasn't been completely figured out yet. Lesson insect is of economic importance in one way or another. There's not a lot of funds to study them. And so a lot of what we know. We owe to really curious and determined scientists at. I'm gonna find funding to do this because it interests me ill. There's a shortage of that kind of money to do these kinds of things but that we desperately need that okay but one thing they have figured out is some hot ask us about how figs are made a tradition. That goes back evolutionary about eighty million years. Are you ready for this okay. So a fig is an inside out flower. Let's start by. Just try to cope with that fact right there and then a lady wasp digs into it via the bottom of the figs. It'll butthole and in so doing she rips her wings and antenna off and then use blades on her face to worm through the fig pollinating the figs internal blossom and then she dies she dies there. She's like i'm done here. And then her babies hatch and the males of them have no wings they just. They don't need them. They don't need them they mature. They need female before she hatches. A fig wasp bore knocked up. Can you imagine you're born pregnant from some wingless creep who was also your soul mate. And he's like. I got split bitch and he digs a tall out but once he's out he's i fuck i just remember don't have wings and you're like thanks dude are gonna motor. You go out his tunnel you take some of the pollen with you all over your pregnant newborn body into the hall of another fake which once again is an inverted flower now before you dramatically wretch the thought of fig. Apparently the figs were like this is a convenient system for us. It's probably bad. Pr though so figs. Make an enzyme called feigin. That digests the dead wasps so vegans. You're pretty much in the clare. don't worry about it. There's so many alive things all over everything we eat even when we try our plant based best. Everything's crawling something else. Oh and the crunchy things in a fig urinary and believe they are you ready for this. They're seeds just seats kanda and traffic. You know when it comes to getting say bigger and bolder. What is kind of next up the line. If we're going from these fairy wasp stuff igwe and then what. What are some of the ones that we commonly see. Oh ok well. If we upgrade to this is where you're naked is gonna spot the thing mud. Dobbs are really good example of a solitary wasp that we see frequently. And if we don't see the waas we certainly see their nest. Which look like somebody just threw a clot mud under your lever or whatever right as oh. That's most of those are the creation of one female wasp and so she. You know builds one sale of mud after another and in each she. She stars spiders that she gathers realizes and sticks in there and then seals the mud. And the larva that hatches. From the eglin she laid in there then consumes that stash of still living paralysed spiders. Oh my god that is so hard core. I didn't realize it. Mudabbir were making pantries full of dead spiders. Is that right months. Blacks are acting as pantries fulla dead spiders or is it juicier than that do. The larva pairs is it. Well it's living or is it dead in their no. They're they're they're living in cold storage and most of these answer. They're susceptible to say moles and fungi and things that are bred in the fridges since stuff so there paralyzed stay fresh. Basically entomologist will tell you. Insects do not have pain receptors. So it's not. They're not feeling nothing. That doesn't make it any less gruesome. I don't think hey. Thanks inside the body of the spider or how they're just. They're just feeding exterior early. When they're done there might be a few legs left or something. Oh wow and then okay. So mud burst. We might see clods of mud inside. No big deal. It's a tomb for a living zombie like mummy. Okay no biggie. What other ones do you think that people commonly see i. I don't know the difference necessarily between wasp and hornet and yellow jacket. So what's the difference. Goes guys okay. You want to talk about social species again then. Yellow jackets are primarily what we would call boreal insects that is that they're they're northern in their distribution some of them now our whole arctic they either exist on all the kindness or they've been introduced from one to the other so that's the northern hemisphere basically the further south you go yellow jagged. Start to peter out a bit and then they're replaced by paper wasps which are the ones that. Look a little more slander. And they build paper that have no covering on them And so those you often see under the eaves along with of dubber nest okay. Oh yeah those are the ones that you can see the com- they look almost like those plants that people get really afraid of right. You know those plants that have holes and people are like. That's my took mitrovica phobia that okay. So this is called triple phobia. And i just went out the two scientists arnold wilkins and jeff cole are studying the visual stress related to it. So they may be. The world's leading triple adjusts and they put a two thousand fifteen paper titled assessment of triple phobia and analysis of its visual precipitation. They found that seventeen to eighteen. Percent of the population has a fear of clusters of holes around objects. So it's pretty normal and that images and the natural world just don't have that characteristic unless they are dangerous animals or potentially contagious skin diseases. So it's inbuilts in us or maybe you're right of the triple lenses on iphone. Eleven pro cameras. Those costs two thousand dollars also very scary on.

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Homework assignment every day on this program. We're going to be given out a homework assignment. I've been doing it casually but folks it's going to be part of your grade and i think it is incumbent on me to say clearly what the assignment is since this goes into your final grade in the class okay. So today's homework assignment. Yes first thing This by the way this is this is for the month. Salem now dot com salem dot com. There's a lot of stuff you can watch with your whole family so visit salem comet specifically there's a film out it's called the streets were my father it's the journey of three inner city chicago. Men a story of fatherless-ness gang life prison life and then the power of god to change lives transform lives dramatically it is hugely inspiring but also underscores. The i like practically the most important issue. There is it's called fatherless-ness. If you don't want crime in america deal with fatherless-ness because it's huge so go to salem now dot com. It's called the streets. Were my father. Okay that's assignment number one assignment number to tell your friends please. About mypillow dot com in my store dot com and using the code. Eric a lot of people. Maybe the watching fox news or something else and it gives you a code. And i'm thinking. Do you really want to give that portion of the prophet to fox or to whomever right or do you want to give it to this show which is been banished from youtube and is seeing sued by. I can't even go into.

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"eaton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Produce energy also adrenal support. Many people suffer from adrenal exhaustion. Her adrenal fatigue and that can be caused by stress. No one has these stress now but somebody will do so. So stress causes adrenal fatigue Caffeine Other things are so this helps restore normal adrenal gland. Adrenal gland function in magnesium helps to resolve that magnesium deficiency and some people report after only two or three days taking enough magnesium that they start to feel more more energy So that the energy kit is fantastic for that. I thought there was something obscure that you mentioned that had an effect on energy. I can't remember what it was now but maybe Off to watch the interview what that is but That the While we have the the natural boost for men and And the hormonal support for women to products that have seventy nine ingredients in them each in and both of those contained mockup. Many people have heard of that. I have heard of that and that that is something that's supposed to help with energy. What is out to the energy that helps provide energy is used by people that live way of the andes mountains as high as fifteen sixteen thousand feet and a but they make maka or use market to make anything from jellies and jams to breads to to a liquor so they did a lot of mockup at altitude in it really provides good helps to provide stamina energy but it's also a an adapted hormonal adapted so balances out or moans and so the for instance the all the natural boost for men product does many other products in there that that helped to provide optimum testosterone levels. A lot of people are dealing with that. Have low t. in me that have low t. of low energy. So that's that's that's a great product. I i use that every day. And what is that. What is what are the ingredients in the natural boost in a dropper form right. Yeah that's that's that's a that's a liquid form in an. I'm gonna read. 'cause there's so many ingredients i'll i'll read a few for you but maka once again. This is one of them and horny horny goat weed. Just yeah that's a good one. We diploma which is from brazil gingko trip list saffron l. janine an a couple other roots and stems from another no kin can people take too much of this like what what happens with this stuff and others. You take them. If unfeeling low end eventually a little tests and drank a whole bottle. One time it's two ounce bottle. Nothing bad happened but of this. A good question because all these products have been evaluated on a university level for their chuck. No potential toxicity and the in the words of the researchers at universities was a wildes these products of the toxicity of water nacho. It's that bad water terrible. Yeah well no. But i just asked that because you want to know what you're taking but you're telling me that you know if you take too much it's not going to be. I mean it's important to understand that stuff like if you take too much vitamin c. You'll just get diarrhea or something like that. You're not gonna die but there are some things that you can take too much of so it's actually very good to know and that's natural boost for men. We're going to break folks. i'm talking to timothy eaton. The products are neutral. Medics dot com. Use eric.

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Former Utah Jazz Player Mark Eaton Dies Following Bicycle Crash

Bloomberg Law

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Former Utah Jazz Player Mark Eaton Dies Following Bicycle Crash

"Earlier this year. Former NBA All Star Utah jazz player Mark Eaton is dead. The two time defensive player of the year passed away at the age of 64. Police say eaten appeared to be involved in a bicycle crash last night near his home in Utah on autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. Eating, played all of his 11

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Lakers Celebrate Playoff Homecoming in 109-95 Win Over Suns

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Lakers Celebrate Playoff Homecoming in 109-95 Win Over Suns

"Anthony Davis with another strong performance as the Lakers beat the Suns one or nineteen ninety five to take a two to one series lead Davis who scored thirty four in a game two win followed up with another thirty four point effort he also added eleven rebounds lebron James scored twenty one points LA was up three at half time and got the lead to as high as twenty one in the second half D. Andriy Eaton led Phoenix with twenty two points Devin Booker missed thirteen of nineteen shots and finished with nineteen I am mark Myers

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Wasps With Eric Eaton

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Wasps With Eric Eaton

"Welcome to the program erica. Maybe i should say bug eric. Has i think that's what your blog is called. How are you good. Thank you for the invitation. Yes it's a wonderful book. It's beautiful and incredibly interesting I thought i'd be afraid and that speaking of that. I learned a new word the word for the fear of wasps wasps. Maybe you want to pronounce it for me. Oh gosh i. It's latin i think it's seeks a phobia. I believe phobia. Yeah on your preference a subcategory you say of intimacy phobia fear of insects. Which i don't understand but a lot of people have that I think were influenced By so many outside forces that you know it's easy to become anti-homophobia even if you don't start off that way yeah so can we define what you as. An entomologist think that a wasp is. Because i don't think you just mean the guys in the paper nests on my back porch eaves or hanging in the crab apple branches in the backyard that i come upon and go. I don't think that's all that a wasp is so can you tell me your version of who's a wasp. What's a wasp right exactly. The our cultural definition of wasps is is what you just shared. Which is the social wasps that we tend to associate with aggressiveness. because they're defending a nest full of their vulnerable siblings in f- larva or pupil stage that can't defend themselves so they're adult siblings. Do that for them. But the scientific definition of wasps pretty much encompasses. It's trending actually towards encompassing the entire order high monopoly which includes wasps bees and ants and so all all those are traditionally known as social insects but the overwhelming majority of wasps and bees are solitary. Meaning that each Individual female creates her own nest or in some cases. There's no nest involved at all. The the wasp will simply lay an egg and a host and then go on to do that. Repeatedly

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Chicago White Sox, Cubs lose on opening day

BBC World Service

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago White Sox, Cubs lose on opening day

"Opening day is generally a day of celebration in Chicago. But it didn't end that way for Chicago's baseball teams. The White Sox lost to the Angels, 4 to 3 in Los Angeles. The Angels rallied in the eighth inning. Adam Eaton hit a tiebreaking two run homer in his first game back with the White Sox Cubs lost to the Pirates. 5 to 3 in their home opener. The game time temperature Wrigley Field 36 degrees 10,343 fans dressed in winter gear. We're there for the limited return of fans to the ballpark.

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