18 Burst results for "Edgeley"
"edgeley" Discussed on The John Roa Show
"The people that were in my life there's really there's a lot of fucking cool people in my life and I didn't even really realize it. I. Started Listening to all these people and I'm like well, like really blessed. Even know them and they've been putting up my ship that has years totally I know I've been there I know exactly that point you mean and like it was it was a big turning point I'm like, I. Don't WanNa be that guy then The big turning point I was in. I was in England and I was with this Guy Ross Edgeley. WHO's like the nicest guy on the planet and someone was describing this guy And there were like, it's a nicest human you'll ever meet in your whole life and I thought I'm like I. Wish someone said that about me down, you know what? I mean like I want someone to say like, wow, Devon's the nicest guy you'll ever meet in is not the richest guy not the best looking guy not the most athletic I. The nicest human and that's what change. That's what clipped. I WANNA be the nicest human without any other things in my life. I. Just want to be the Nice Guy 'cause that that sounds good to me, and that's that's what I wanna die as that's what I want to be represented. And so I made it like a mission. Ever. Since until like become that nice guidance and but would that you can't just wake up like okay I'm GonNa be nice. Everyone is that's fake. You have to go through work, and so I started talking to life coach they start to talk to spiritual coaches. I've always gone to church my whole life I continue to do that. But I started to like listen more to people whether it was my girlfriend whether it was friends and I just started like sit back and. Probably took me like three or four months to like. Grasp on. A while I'm not perfect I kind of go back to it. You know and I'm like, okay I gotta take a is that the ego taking over that insecurity taking over? What have you kind of comes back to rear its head in those moments I love being driven like I just love getting things done and I love that it's that wow, devon did that moment like wow, Devon just scored a touchdown. Wow Devon just scored a home run or whatever it is like Devon did this that has. Driven me my whole life like, wow, did this so like I am learning and like constantly trying not to just wow people all the time rather than just go through my life and like help people. So like the big thing now is just to serve others rather than everyone you know they they should be feet like you shouldn't be like that and I'm not saying I was technically like that but it definitely was going down that path. Down that was there a mental health component that came along with not only just the last twelve month journey but like your journey in coming up as a man as as a public figure was there a mental health component to this after share that I think the mental health part was always there but like you just don't realize it right?.
"edgeley" Discussed on DLC
"These conversations were recorded before the game was released right anybody had really played it or giving their feedback right because it feels more feels like a view into a time before they even had. You know that kind of negativity we're talking about, but also any of the any feedback, right. He's raw kind of beautiful snapshot of a moment in time, and I think it's I think that's really amazing that that you were able to capture that. Yeah, I don't think I'm getting in trouble for saying what about to say I haven't. Listened to the final edits, but I've seen much of the edits We? Played, this a while ago! UNFORTUNATE, we'll do that. We had these conversations many of them awhile ago. We did. If you, you know continued conversations a closer to win, these are going to be coming out but in terms of You Know Earth One. Earth prime's timeline or whatever earth were on prime bro. Comes with free shipping. It was after the leaks. So there I ran some blowback. Already for eroneous stuff largely, but yeah, really really cool, and I think you know I got to give a lot of credit to naughty dog and the people who took their time to talk about it and. Knowing that this is going to be a big game and we talk about it. on on the show. I think it makes It, IT'S A. Divisive game I think in Edgeley so those conversations. Start Tuesday, the official last the last of US podcast and Going keep trying half I feel bad. You don't have to do it I. Don't WanNa make you feel bad. I just I just sad sad. You just saw you just broke my my little heart. texting working I'm so excited. Yeah now. You plan the Nemesis to well buddy. I took off five of my masks. See that. He's got orifices excuse. We don't want. Nobody wants that I'm. Good I'm good, okay? You can follow me on twitter at Jeff Cannata, which is Bella Tunes and won T. I have several other shows including a movie and TV review show this week. Well I won't even tell you we're doing something I'm GonNa talk about in my parting gift.
"edgeley" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Think it'd be bothered her. And this is one of those things you look and you go. How on Earth is that? You can rages enough that today off on a tangent. We were meant to not take long recording today because we both got to read our kids bedtime stories but today we went so we wake up really early and we took the kids to the beach. We had it. We went to Sopa on say and we went on an early doors before sticky busy and we got them and we we baked in and Malcolm they had back wrecks on the beach is really nice. And I'm Sadler in salt on the on the beach in salt per looking at this massive bay another how far you can see out to the right. You can probably see two miles that way in two miles that way. So let's say you can see full miles petition coastline. I mean he sat pair. Had an I miss that bloke swum across there? What was his name? Ross actually Ross. Edgeley swum a then. We actually went. Clockwise aren't clockwise. He swam across there. That's absolutely John. Almost and freezing cold and a tiny fraction of the media to swim around the United Kingdom and I looked out. I thought that's another one of those challenges. Are Polar opposites like client Clem? Mana lead climbing traditionally climb Yell Mana Holly. When you can't see it off swimming around the United Kingdom total opposites of a challenge but both of them you think. I just don't know how that's possible mazing. Isn't it works that done. What have I done did a great for this is? This is good and then not so good. So they're really good ten mile run last week. Love really loved. It flashed it from start to finish finished with a six zero three and started with an AO three. Everything single got better so I thought my south on it. Yeah I am on it.
"edgeley" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The go ahead free throws ninety eight seconds remaining the mix Edgeley he'd want twenty four to one twenty one in New York Jimmy Butler led Miami with twenty five points ten boards six assists but the heat about lost is straight the NFL's conference championship games are all set after the Packers add to see art twenty eight to twenty three yesterday the chiefs rallied from a twenty four nothing deficit to cruise to a fifty one thirty one win over Houston that means the early game next Sunday will see Tennessee with the Kansas city the late game has Green Bay visiting San Francisco in college football ground it's national champion tonight in New Orleans Cobb C. Dallas you facing off against the rain clouds and Jimmy I like your issue gonna be hard to stop at all since it seems yeah well you know I mean clams and it's tough to beat that team but that that that is the next you know are the maybe the next legitimate long term dynasty dynasty yeah yeah I mean really what they've done is a maze of art will come back Dr two and a half minutes away losers extend WYO day keeping you informed and up to date twenty four seven what we have been at the top and bottom of the hour radio six ten WYO decide somebody ask you about my breathing issues stop me in the grocery stores at age email is near show it did that doctor really take care of your breathing because I got the spring problem too yeah so what was your problem had barely deviated septum and I went to see doctor Lee Mandel of from the south for Scientology center he said the breaker no snow the Packer sizes for two days afterwards no I was back up but that afternoon ready to go with a minimally invasive procedure took twenty five minutes it was terrific actually it was first time I can breathe in forty one years of my left nostril forty one year I was I was afraid to get it done might go out of our doctor Mandel and so he walked away happy I tell them where to find them he's in the the two locations plantation and it for awhile fort Lauderdale they can accept most major types of insurance to and he's not only the great did that but he's also one of the finest hour just in the country too you're going to do he's developed a new testing that it'll fewer sticks more information to him have decided to space they'll get rid of your allergy symptoms just pressure to like you normally would no shots on a nonsense like this this is a fine all you have to do is call this number nine five four nine eight three twelve eleven nine five four nine eight three twelve eleven learn more online at South Florida sinus and allergy dot com that South Florida sinus and allergy dot com more people than any other medium this station can connect our listeners to your business and deliver results in fact advertising age stated that radio delivers a R. O. Y. double that of even the best results from digital.
BP chief backs shift towards renewable energy
"Choo investor resolutions at BP's annual meeting, and Abidine this week, shade high pressure is building on oil companies to take action on climate change political discusses, how the oil companies are responding with Angela Weaver, and blessing hook. Up already the way. People around the work for her life. At the same time, Harmon emissions need to come out at a much faster pace that is seeking. That more energy emissions dot is to charge. That was Helga loaned, the chairman of BP outlining the company's commitment to transitioning to a low carbon energy system at their AGM in Aberdeen. This week shareholders had to climate change resolutions to vote on an epidemic. Edgeley. You were up there what happened. So everyone was waiting for these two resolutions to come up for debate. Now, one was backed by p and brought forward by climate action. One hundred plus which is an initiative, led by group of investors, and they were calling on BP to demonstrate how its business strategy aligns with the Paris climate goals. And now the second resolution was proposed by follow this dodge shareholder group, and essentially this one was different because not only was it calling on the P to set targets for its carbon emissions going forward. But these targets also should include those of. Of its products, so essentially, the emissions of its consumers, and that's essentially what shall has done. That's what shall has agreed to do. Right. But in this case, BP management back the climate action one hundred plus resolution but not the other one. Why was that BP claims that the follow this resolution would not allow for flexibility through the energy transition? They say we don't know what this energy transition is going to look like we don't want to put hard targets are legally binding on ourselves or on our consumers who's use of our products, we can't control. That's what they say. And does that sound like a reasonable explanation to you? So this is where it gets very interesting because most climate activists and increasing the investors say that these emissions from the use of the products are essential to accounting for how we really progress through this, energy transition and oil and gas. Companies must be held accountable for these emissions now. I do have some sympathy for oil and gas companies in the sense that they don't know what this energy transition looks like, however, most people, I speak to you think that BP right now is in the same position that shell was in a few years ago. And at some point they too would also have to include these emissions in some way into their forward-planning. Leslie, do you have any sympathy with bay pays position. I don't know about sympathy, but I think it is hard to account for the emissions of your consumer. So I can see the sort of legality of that narrow argument. I think what's been really interesting, though, is something that Angela is actually written about, which is where the RND dollars are going for these companies, although BP has started talking a lot more about climate change. And they've certainly made it a sort of headline item on their agenda there. Aren. These spending hasn't really followed. Those words. Yes. Exactly. And even in. The opinion piece that Helgoland wrote in the F T, and in his public comments it a, he's very clear that BP's also going to have to transform its business. But what does this look like it's unbelievably murky, we have no idea is he talking about increasing our independent low-carbon fuels and technologies is he talking about shifting towards renewable? It's not entirely clear. What this means in the BP context, and this is what investors really are trying to gain some more clarity on a lot of these invested discussions with the companies have essentially been company led. It's what the companies are comfortable with talking about BP's, not committing to a particular direction. They say we've been there before, under the John Brown era petroleum beyond petroleum. They invested huge amounts in renewables. And they ended up losing a lot of money. And so this was the point that Helga loons made at the GM, as well as in the opinion piece, which is that we want to be. An investable company and I think that was his way of saying, we need to keep on investing in oil and gas. And there is a real dichotomy there because ultimately BP makes money from selling fossil fuels calls emissions, and they don't really know how they will make money if they stop doing that. So I sort of get the sense that, while there's a lot more talk about it. There's not a clear answer of where revenue is going to come from if they're no longer selling fossil fuels on the other hand, you've got companies like shell and hotel. You know, the really going out there saying, we're investing in not just gasp, renewables and renewable power. And this is all feature. But most analysts who look at the sector and even the executives themselves will say to the margins here, incredibly low compared to is stark and traditional businesses. But also, we don't really know what this is going to look like for us. And this is the point BP's trying to make, which is we're not going to go down that path blindly again. Just taking a punt on the huge amounts of pressure from every. Body in terms of crime activists, and the investors who want this investment into the cleaner fuels business and into renewables. I mean Greenpeace this week, blockaded BP's entrances. I was going to ask you about that it was quite an extraordinary defection even for Greenpeace because they actually stopped staff going into BP headquarters Ryan, where it's quite interesting to compare that to the shell AGM which was happening on the same day over in the Hague. And apparently, there were very few protests or any sort of action going on over there, certainly nothing, like staff being stopped from getting into buildings and things. And do you think that that's because shell has been clearer about its determination to invest in renewables, and lower carbon forms of energy, then B P so far? And do you think that BP is worried about that? And that's why it took the steps that it did this way. I think BP's just a different point than shell shell faced this kind of backlash Affi years ago. Let's also remember. That shell is very much a dodge company and this huge amounts of domestic pressure. And this is now only ricocheting around the world, you know, to all the European companies as well as US counterparts, but, you know, the protesters this week were saying to be, you must shift all your investment into renewables, or go bust, but it's not entirely clear if that's the strategy. Yeah. And this is just the latest example we've seen of shareholders, trying to pressure oil and gas companies and indeed coal companies to disclose more about the future plans and targets and investments and talk more about the financial and physical risks that they might face by climate change. Ultimately, do you really think this is going to shift the dial? When it comes to lowering global carbon emissions through the investors say, there's a sort of a three pronged approach here. The first is to get these companies to be more transparent. Then it's to get them to set tie. Targets on their emissions and then the third bit of this strategy is to shift their investments towards cleaner fuels cleaner energies into ready. Get a handle on the investment component here, but it's not clear to me, how long that is going to take an if these companies are going to agree to shift the businesses in a meaningful way. And there's also just a place devil's advocate. I think there is a real question about what is the company's responsibility versus the government's responsibility? Where does the role of policymakers and business leaders begin? I mean at time when we're seeing global emissions still rising. The world is not on track to meet the Paris climate goals. A lot of that is due to government inaction as well as what companies are doing. We've seen that globally, governments haven't really stepped up to make the types of commitments that they would need to live in a two degree world, which then sort of empowers the companies to say, well, if the governments haven't figured this. Out, then why is that our job? So I can sort of see their twenty few in that way, would sort of just make two further points, which is that let's be clear. The world is still using huge amounts of oil and gas will using one hundred million barrels a day of oil. So from the company's point of view, if the demand is there, at least for now, why would they pull back that's the first point? And the second point is that, you know, to what extent can these companies really transition? Yeah. Just finally one way that the oil majors trying to prove that this series of crime. It changes by making these big investments in renewable energy. We saw one of those this week lately that you wrote about that actually shows that this getting quieter crowded field. Yes, we've just seen two of Europe's largest utilities g of France and EDP of Portugal tie up all of their offshore wind assets, which is going to create a bit of an offshore wind behemoth. An already we've seen a former oil and gas company known as Dong become or stud. It's now the world's largest offshore wind developer, and we do see more and more traditional energy companies, try and go that direction the company, formerly known as Stott oil now Ecuador, it also has a growing offshore wind business, so there is some indication that the traditional energy companies are really pushing in that direction although globally last year. What was very striking is that we had some numbers out a couple of days ago from the. A that suggested total global investment in clean energy. In fact fell a little bit last year. Despite the surge of interest from European energy groups, the global picture is still not quite as rosy. Thank you, Leslie, and angelie. That was police Clark took into a senior energy. Correspondent Angie own an environment. Correspondent Vesey hurt. Thanks for listening, joined forget, if you missed our recent episodes on the US is ham, ablation hallway, the political cost of Pakistan's, IMF lane or the shocking truth about plastics in the world's Asians. You can find them all on the usual per cost platforms.
"edgeley" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Everybody is the J MVP Angelini Charlemagne guy. We oughta breakfast club. Join us with talking about I guess something article at Edgeley saw in the paper this weekend. About people faking a vacation. Yes, there's photo editing service club -cation, and people can send pictures, and then they superimpose you someplace that you could pretend you it on his crazy vacation. Okay. So just another app giving people on social media another way to lie. Social media is a huge lie. Ninety seven percent of people on social media are not who they say. Yes. All the time. They're not who they say they are. And they're not doing what they say that they're doing for social media enables people to do live a different life. It's like a avatar ever seen the movie avatar get into a whole another body. Be a hold of the person. That's ninety seven percent of people on social media thirty nine ninety nine in Orlando with the dolphins rarely but only nineteen ninety nine. If you want to impose yourself there. Mark goodness. So we're talking about things that people have faked on Instagram anything on Instagram. No. I can't even imagine doing something like that. I really just be like kinda li- post like Parrilla happening. So people could show up to then some doing shellman, I've never figured anything on Instagram. I don't feel the need to because at the end of the day. I have to go to sleep at night being comfortable with who. I am. I have to look in the mirror, and I don't feel comfortable lying to myself. I I don't know how I don't know. How people are so comfortable just lying, you know, themselves because my dad he's always say, you ain't line me. Lying to yourself. These testimonials. I'm thinking person said youth fake vacation to fake my pitches. Got fifty eight legs on the picture. I shared on Facebook. Fufill outta my friends and they believed it. Wow. I never anything on this girl. No, just anyway, let's go to the phone lines ties. Hello. Hey. Good morning. Bro. What did you fake on severe bro-? I I can't front man. In the car. Business. Whipping, you know. Got to do. You know, what I'm thinking workout? Oh, yes, sir would make up on a hair done. I think. Water on themselves and get it in our later. You guys do that too. I hate I hate seeing guys on the treadmill doing videos because I'm like, yeah. If you're really if you're really working out, you ain't got to have all want. Anybody to see me? Bro. Rhonda. Hey, what did you fake on Instagram around? Taking on a date to make people jealous. That makes jelly you. Do it all the time. Game. But me like found one that you're not taking video. Me and my friends have been you're just a play. You know, he might put your hand on tap somebody's hand like an NBA Mia bay. You won't play too much by yourself. They're all going to do it. Maybe not call. You look at that. And be like see I knew she was a whole has tag. She like me yesterday. But now. Oh, boy, am I make him jealous. Does it work? Look at. Message like a little screen shot of you on a date. Like, oh, where's you want to date now? On the day. All right. Thank you. Eight hundred. Fake happiness on social media. That's when you say not even just going out on a date. But you know, a guy that broke a girl's heart navy online. Just singing, you know, what I'm saying singing some song. Like, I hope you thinking about me..
"edgeley" Discussed on KOMO
"Millimeter semiautomatic handgun. Another man was killed in a collision is normal. Edgeley tried to get away to others were shot and survived the state requested in contact order between Norman, and the survivors he told investigators he'd been drinking that day and doesn't remember the shootings. He scheduled again in court on may ninth still HAMAs county. Prosecutors say abandoned prison hired an assassin to kill his ex wife over a child custody fight a woman was killed in an Everett area home. But it was his ex wife's sister. Lisa Aguire was fatally shot at September twenty seventeenth while babysitting for her sister who was out of town. The Everett herald reports the accused assassin seventeen year old Alexis HALE pleaded not guilty. Her bail raised from five hundred thousand two million dollars, the father Kevin Lewis has already serving three years in prison for assaulting his ex wife gun owners in Washington, whose weapons have been stolen could be held liable for crimes committed with those guns. Komo's Corwin Hake. Reports is an aspect of a recently passed gun control initiatives, some still find troubling in Kelso last week. Ketu news reports someone broke into a motor home and stole three guns. Someone also stole two guns from a house in woodland those thefts bring into play an element of ice Ecksteen thirty nine past last year. That says if those guns are used in subsequent crime, the original owner could be charged with a felony. Is that fair gun owner, Jake says, no if somebody's been stupid leaving their guns around, well, then that's one thing. But if somebody breaks in and grabs a weapon. Then they're all now if the gun was safely stored and still stolen the law says the owners off the hook if they report the feft within five days. The fairness issue is one reason more than twenty counties across the state have said they will not enforce all aspects of I sixteen thirty nine. Corwin hake. Komo news straight ahead. I'm Gregg Hersholt, Amazon's boss issues, a challenge to his competitors. And gets a smug reply. From one of them time.
"edgeley" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"In the Fitbit. Who knows how accurate is tracking your sleep. I don't know. I don't know what the research says on on this private versus that one. I know there's different rings and different things that you can use to track your sleep. But this is what I chose to track my sleep. And because what I chose I'm gonna pay attention to it. But I'm also not gonna put all my value in that. This thing is controlling everything that I do because if I just allow this product control my thoughts, then I'm ignoring how actually feel which is the whole point. And that's the whole point the whole point is how do you actually feel? So if I'm sharing diet information with you know, what I'm saying? Hey, this carnivore diets make me feel like a tank, and you guys have seen like I've been improving on my bench, press and strength as been coming up. And I'm feeling good. I got good energy like things are going good. But that's my experience. And so you don't want you don't want just my experience or just someone else's experience to end up becoming your own because somebody planted a seed in your head do a lot of the thinking on your own and back to the book, I recommended earlier from Ross Edgeley, he talks a lot about that his book, you should be your best personal trainer and Andrew you'll know some of this now that you've been doing some workouts on your own. You're starting to really learn. Okay. This is kind of where I should go with this. Okay. That was that was a mistake. That was pretty good will now you're now you're in like, this is the best part of your training career. Because now you kind of have an idea of what to do. Maybe don't always know exactly what to do. But if you're in the gym, you're going to just do something, and you're gonna you're gonna learn from it like, okay that wasn't that wasn't, you know, great to do that. But it's a it's a good. It's a good spot to be and you're gonna have have room in your life. You know to be able to audible and to. Always be a maniac about everything all the time and not everyone's going to turn out to be as disciplined as as STAN or as a professional body builder. But you want to start develop some rules. You want to start to develop a system because when you follow those things they make you feel better. They make you think better it makes everything a little bit better..
"edgeley" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"But I I wouldn't wanna be built like Zach bitter, right? Yeah. He's he's very he has to be that small in order to run as far as he runs. Even like, David Goggin. He looks machine it, you know, he looks or may she aided as I say the word, which some people might think that that's a good look, and I'm sure that he's plenty happy with and he's got some muscle on him. He's pretty jacked. But to me that's still to that's still too small. So I don't have any desire like really run run like that. But I would like to utilize hit training and some sprints and things of that nature. Yeah. I feel like you're you're hiding behind the the two twenty or the five hundred bench at two twenty. And you're really just prepping to get back on the stage. Again, do similar tell anybody. That's right. You know, who has a good physique is Ross Edgeley. Have you seen that guy before he's been on the Joe Rogan show before he has a book out? I actually just got his book the other day. 'cause I I have a lot of I have a pretty good understanding of conditioning just from the people. I've rubbed elbows with in the past. But I I don't really know it. No it and let me just look this up real quick and see. With that book was that he had. I know I got I just put it on my phone. It's called the world's fittest book by Ross Edgeley. And I got the audio version of it. And he there he's absolutely shredded. But he does a lot of cool stuff. I mean, this guy is doing these crazy swims in the ocean, and he's lifting, and of course, he's a he's using a slingshot. He's a slingshot proponent, and he's using some of the other products as well. But yeah, the guys of beast I reached out to him. We'll have on the podcast as soon as possible. He's he's out there in the UK. So it might be a little difficult to meet up with them. We'll get we'll get it sorted out. The cool thing for me is in reaching out to him. You know, I I'm trying to explain who. I am and stuff. He's like you don't need. Explain nothing to me. I know exactly. Who you are. He started asking me questions was I was like I was excited. Ask him questions. I lots of questions for this guy. So that kind of stuff is really cool. But I only I'm only a little bit into. The into the audio book. But it's more than just a fitness book. He really explains of the psychology behind things, and he has a lot of good. If you're somebody that's into like quotes and getting fired up and stuff it it's a it's a really good book from that perspective. Like, I said, I'm only a little bit into it. So I got I got a long way to go on that thing. But I got a long way to go with my learning more about running. And this gives me more perspective to help people and same thing with I've been doing yoga for last three weeks, not really seeing any progress. But three weeks is not very long, you know. And so what I'm hoping will happen with the yoga and and starting to happen a little bit is that I'm starting to stretch on my own a little bit. And that's going to have to be something that, you know, in order for me to like not be as tight as I was a have to stop doing a lot of the things that made me tighten the first place and be a have to start stretching kind of throughout the day every day all day every day hot just kind of on wind. My body in. I know people that are pretty flexible, and they've they've kind of always moving around noticed that before people are like real flexible, they're kind of always twisting their body around..
"edgeley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hello there. I'm Mark Robins. We are into the night session of day three at the Australian Open and we've got to match one on right now. Edgeley Kerber the second seed for the ladies on the court right now is taking on an opponent after that'll be roughing it allegance Matthew evidence. One of the favourite sons from Australia those second round matches for those two number two sees earlier the men's two-time defending Cam Roger Federer beats British qualified Daniel Evans in straight-sets for federa like playing his younger self it feels like playing a mirror little bit. That was my mindset maybe going into a little bit. I would play myself potentially. And because he has a slice back and also on the return. That's how I play a lot, but he can serve and volley. So I may be just a little bit more size. And maybe my surf can help me just a touch more. Who knows maybe that was the difference today? I'm not sure veteran advances to a third-round matchup with American Taylor Fritz who upset thirtieth. She'd gail. Comfy in four sets. American francis. Theon pulled another surprise beating the fifth seed, Kevin Anderson of South Africa. Another four set victory on the lady side, we go back there for the third seed Caroline Wozniacki advancing with a straight-sets victory over Johanna Larsson of Sweden, and you can catch all the action of all the matches that are going on right now. ESPN's I the last ball coverage on ESPN two the ESPN app. ESPN plus top twenty five college basketball Tuesday. Number four Virginia. Very impressive at home. Not up. Ninth ranked Virginia Tech eighty one fifty nine. Coming up Wednesday. The problem for the patriots is they think they have doubters. But the bigger problem for the chiefs is that New England believes it plus reacting to the top two teams in the west facing off. And the warriors are number two. Golick and wingo, Wednesday, six eastern ESPN radio. ESPN two. First and last. And last on ESPN radio and on the ESPN app. I woke up this morning. I was feeling pretty dangerous. Noticed. There's like a handful of guys in the NFL. Guys, we hear from often.
"edgeley" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Okay. Ross Ross Edgeley. My goodness. This guy is unbelievable. He has such good energy. I've never met anybody who can combine such insane athletic accomplishments with such a how do I say it like a positive joyous sensibility? What are we talk about? We talk about the great British swim. Of course, talk about his book, the world's fittest book, plus the world's longest rope climb. He climbed the length of Everest on a rope. We explore purpose. Why if you can't explain what you're training four in one sentence? It's probably not clear enough. We talk about what it means to build work capacity. I and how to make peace with pain. The thing about Ross is his achievements are an experiment in fortitude. So we go deep into what? That means specifically through the prism of maslow's hierarchy of needs where the baseline is simple survival. And we discuss Ross's Guinea pig and of one exploration of human, adaptability. The incredible facility he believes we all have to develop superhuman, durability and applica- -bility beyond sport to literally anything. I love this guy. It's not just what he has done. But but who he is and how he carries himself that impresses me. The most final note this conversation took place in the midst of the Wolsey fire a few weeks ago, we were evacuated from my home, and those we couldn't capture this one on video for you guys. But we still found a way to make it happen so special thanks to my good friends Matthew wilder and Timur done for allowing us use of their studio in Venice. And with that, I give you the extraordinary and quite lovely. I might add Ross edge. He gets into it made a model we're on a rid of it going. But it's still good comes point civil since did. But he's not get the swing that. You know, the that she made it if you haven't made it, then would you do to modify the planet adapts, so that that's the relentless pressure that genuinely think he was going to be like sixty days since is what he actually told me. And then I got the phone call to say it's going to be three moments. And then I got the phone call say no thought to be five minutes Nelson. Always looks after himself Mandelson fell fine. When he gets in be to night kind nuts about just because it ended the day. He's will to pitch clock and was just ways crushing Golay, mentally Walsh. Here will helpless. Let's set the stage a little bit. We are in our friends studio recording. Studio in Venice because we're on day three of the Malibu. Fires. Our family was displaced we evacuated on Friday morning and have been staying downtown. And I've just been monitoring everything very closely. So far our home is safe. I can't say the same for a lot of our friends. So it's been a gut wrenching. Past seventy two hours. And we're still not out of it yet. The fires are still burning the Windsor supposed to pick up. So it's a very precarious time. But Ross been wanting to meet you for very long time, and you're here in Los Angeles. And I'm delighted to delighted to to to find a way to make this work, dude..
"edgeley" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"I wouldn't recommend my life to most people like the great swim is not a mass participation sport. I do recommend butts. What I hope is people who watch the series. It just helps them move their personal barometer. Even just one degree of what they think was possible. So I would like people to just look and say, that's an extreme example. I wouldn't do that. I don't like jellyfish. I wanna keep my tongue intact. And that's fine. But just know that the the principles of the same that that Sunday morning run wherever it's you know, that to do list that you're putting off in a maybe maybe even just so you always wanted to write a book, you know, something by that. But you just never really got around to it because of your habitual ever. You wanted to just break out of that. That's what would be nice. If people look at the great, brace, swimmers and experiment in that. And actually, nor even consider a swimming adventures such it became a little bit more than that. All I said. Defoe's that's Ross Edgeley. And this is the retrial podcast. Roll podcast everybody. How you guys do on? What's happening? Are you doing? Okay. I hope so my name's ritual. I'm your host, welcome. Or welcome back to my podcast. Got a really great show for you guys here today super excited about it. But up front really quick reminder that there is still time to contribute to my fifty second birthday charity water campaign. The idea is to help bring clean water to those most in need. We're closing in on about fifty thousand dollars raised which is incredible. Thank you so much. But here's the thing. I think we can do better people come on help me out to learn more and to donate go to my charity. Water dot org forward slash ritual. Every penny counts..
"edgeley" Discussed on The Changelog
"But then also the fact I'm Nick that. You had to remove your own access from mpm. And so there was there's really nothing you could do like this was going to have to be brought into the light. And so here, we have it. Yeah. But I think one thing important to now is that the attack that right nine control was like trying to pull off was actually if you're targeted attack. Like, it was only it only actually speak. Good uh specific the coin wallet that understand heading Edgeley bay like fully released something yet. So it it actually ended up doing any massive damage at ended up failing completely. The damp was all basically people's time got wasted. Because they had to like remove the the code. I wonder if they were targeting specific person than they knew us, the vents dream or something, of course, that's all just. It was the no. It's obvious where they were at targeting because the the militias Tylar wasn't corrupted and the K to the trip shin was the wallet. Yeah. What was the name of the wallet thing? It was like. Environment variable. That is see it win. It's Ron inside at and when I found that there was some suspicious encrypted material and the benefit file, but they had to like go through every single Joel that the painted on have been strained until they found the one that it actually decrypted the thanks are. It was like the head to just try housands of things. And so discovered that it was this bitcoin, while of course, by the time that they had noticed that. There was some uncarpeted thing inside the Menefee content and not inside the regular consonant thin. Obviously. There was something something was up, and they didn't know exactly what was going on. Although now in hindsight next time this happens like some win. Well, it's probably pretty opiates case. That's interesting. I didn't realize that they had figured out that that much. I think I also wanna point out just the the highlights of the of the community with people like falling snow would also the others. Like, you mentioned so many people digging into the code, and it really the reverse engineers come out, right and do all their Sherlock, Holmes work too. To figure these things out. It's really quite amazing. How fast and successful? They are at tracing the trail here. Also, what's up with right now in control don't they know that bitcoin is crashing right now. Come on. What's the deal? The value is way down. I think they started working on on this hack before at crashed as well. If we could just get all cryptos go back to zero. Then maybe we have less less problem. Like these out in the world is the analysis of supply chain attack from Hayden Parker lead some of the south in terms of the back door would only be activated. The coat was included. Embiid pays open source, violet coal co copay or any folks did not modify their products description. So there would like, you know, like dumb like a sing..
"edgeley" Discussed on The Changelog
"So I had like completely moved on from the in stream like twice. Yeah. Not only had you stopped, you know, working on it and maintain it. But you would you had replaced it with you know. Know things that you consider much better quality the way to go. So I mean, this was like in your mind, this this particular package was ancient history. Right. Yeah. And it was like they pointed it wasn't like like really popular yet. I think it became popular. We go used it gulp was I mean scope still I never used. I never used gold. It's like a Bill toll which kind of like, Mike or something like that for building fuel project and stuff like that. And you know, felt that Java scrip- didn't really need one of those. But anyway, go pepin to go out pretty begging used. I've been stream in the fist fish news to being straight minutes. Like example donation and stuff. So that's winded. Edgeley became more popular. Did that was off the I had a really moved onto Poche Nazari see moved on twice then it became popular in your still moved on from this project. Like, yeah. From from how you use it its usefulness to you not so much just the project, but its usefulness to you like how you use it to to develop applications or using your tools and told chain, but grunt made it popular. Grunt gulp all those. I'm not sure if Grint me of us it. No. You said you said go. Yeah. It's called gulp deal run together to me, grunt go pe all in the same year of like this events is streams to build things era prior to whip becoming more and more popular and things changing. So the the real interesting thing about the situation is that the the compromise or the the injection of this this code didn't come from hacking, get hubs permissions or mpm jaaz dot com. It was really a third party who came to you on a. Project that like you said you moved on from twice. This is the right nine control user on get hub, which is no longer a user on hub. Of course, they militias actor, and it must have been acting like a normal person and obtained credentials to this repository, basically by asking for them, and then use that access to basically he or she added. According to falling snow flat map stream, which has an injection in. It very very briefly added..
"edgeley" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"This is me. Hey. You know what? Ten. And. I also wanted you to digest hear the sound of the plane flying over. Yeah. I just like I never think about it. It's just like. Oh, yeah. And then for some reason, I was I when I did last year when I did get the tetanus shot. When they're like, well, it's been a while. So let's give you a tentative shot. In my head. I had it confused with the rabies shot. Which I think is a much more brutal shot. I think the rabies shot is like. Painful and a long needle, and like I wanna say in your stomach, but I could be totally wrong. Let me look this up. I'm literally sitting in a computer, I have access to all these questions. Rabies shots. Learn about the rabies vaccine. Doing image. Search. No looks like it's normal in the arm. Small normal size. Needle. I don't know what the fuck is. Jeez. Oh, gross. There's a picture of a rabid dog. They there's actually more photos when you. Do an image search for rabies shots photos of dogs and people. Gross. Any who? Oh, bring up the. Instagram slash note. Docs? I I suppose to some things which I feel we need to talk about. So couple days ago, I posted two stories. One about a dude who swim all the way around. All the way all the way around the United Kingdom. I mean like. England Scotland like every he swam this guy swam all the way around the island light. And it took five months, which I'm honestly shocked. It didn't take five years. That's five months. Sounds fast. But they said the whole time he didn't touch dry land. Like, I think he would get out and probably sleep in a boat or something. And then start the next morning. So this dude swam for five months straight. Just swam, right? And. Trying to find the next photo. That's not letting me do it on my computer. In like, literally, they just glance over a Ross Edgeley swam around the United Kingdom first person to swim around the island. How about this? We had all these people lining up to cheer him on as he walked on the shore on a heartland heartland. We now have are tight. Heartland, or as we call it land. Look at this. And. He did it in five months, and yeah, and oh, it's it's tongue partially dissolved from salt water exposure what the fuck. I'd never heard of that. Also, I mean, I've also never heard of the human being swimming around England. The United Kingdom. Sorry. That's a I I mean, obviously. But it's also a first of me hearing about someone losing their tongue the salt water. I. That's all they mentioned that should have been the whole article. Man, loses part of his tongue to salt water. And he swim around the United Kingdom. That should be the order. They buried the lead in that one. I don't. What I still don't get it. I don't. I kept like chewing on my tongue as I was reading. I like how does this tongue how do your tongue dissolve? It's like it's like muscle. Yeah. Someone also left a comment his leg his legs and feet shrike with. Someone with the username club sandwich guitars. Just read an article on his legs and feet, also shrank with the tendons, ligaments and muscles having atrophied. I don't know if it's atrophy atrophy is usually something you get from not moving people who are bedridden get atrophy. I don't know if that's the right word. Maybe it is. But. Maybe his arms shrink because they got wet. Maybe this was a cotton, man. A cotton, man. We may never know. 'cause I'm not going to look it up. I gotta get a doctor on this podcast. I I'm tr- keep trying to get Kim Jong to do it. 'cause he's like he's a certified MD. He would. And he's great. He's got great stories. And he's he's awesome. I gotta I try him back. But I mean, I guess have you ever I guess I can kind of understand it because I've had times when I've eaten. So dumb to even compare my diet to a guy swimming around an island..
"edgeley" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"We've lived on the senate's crazy to think that son is a problem obviously too much sun and you just got to be smart about it. But I think at least offer now in the sun without sunscreen day is is Feitell for health. I mean, most people know how much better they feel when they in the sun, but they don't realize the benefits Edgeley getting from way and above just feeding good. A lot of people don't know that that kind of exposure sunlight increases the thickness of the collagen in your skin. And it reduces your incidents of nearsightedness which is why we both talk about that in our work and my skin is looking really young right now despite the fact that I go out without sunscreen on a regular basis, but it has been eight hours a day in the sun without a hat or shirt or something because that would be dumb. Just as bad doesn't mean zero is good. I think we're just bad as human calculators that recognizing there's an effective dose in too little is just as much as any just as bad as much. And I think that's a good point, says the such an either or culture sonny's either good or bad. It's the nuance of all these aspects of health ignored. In your book you talk in addition to protect, you talk about these other. Are these other five pillars total of six and the first one in one where I would agree with you is eat, you gotta do that right? Give me the three cents version of how you recommend people ought to eat in your book. Well, I think eases close to nature as possible, but what's happened of Tom? I think more and more people have become Cobra hydrate in tolerant, so foods that we thought were healthy for most people for many people are not as healthy as we thought. So this whole concept of whole grains being healthy, I think, is probably nonsense. I I mean. mean, just say like it has some people do well on the vegan diet, and but for the most part, most people I've seen clinically do much better on a Pelayo, low carbohydrate top, basically eating protein and vegetables. And and obviously it's a source of the protein, some not endorsing factory from beat. But I mean dosing crossfire across finish, meet organic chickens trough get food from your former. So you know, try eat locally, try eat food that hasn't been altered that alter the food, the better it's going to be for you. Are you concerned about people on paleo or just giving too much animal protein I've been seeing affects from that and people. Yeah, I think you've got to be smart about it. I think there's one way for everyone. You know, I take myself and my wife as an example. I do much better when I eat very, very low carb. And I love believe me. I love potatoes and the love my sugar. I love all the shit that I shouldn't be eating caught said, I'd love it where it's my wife. She does better eating more carbs than I do. So I do well eating a lot of fat and a lot of protein. In fact, I became pre diabetic about ten, ten years ago. I was growing up in South Africa's eating lots, lots of fruit hours brainwash like everyone else. I shouldn't be eating meat because my father died of a heart attack when he was fifty. Four brother had a heart attack when he has fifty. So I had been programmed to think that you know, fit clogs arteries. So I was eating lots of whole grains. Fisher thought is eating this healthy diet, and I became pre-diabetic, and it's anyway rela. Then start eating lots of Fetig inset rated fete and. You know, lost weight without even trying to lose weight felt fantastic. Whereas my wife needs to eat more cops. I think everyone's a little bit different other things, one right died for everyone, but I do think the majority of people in this day and age, especially as you get older to bid on a low carbohydrate diet, you're totally right there. I've also seen a lower percentage of women who do well over time on very low carb diets..
"edgeley" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Instagram, dot com. Slash Len Edgeley and since my bed in ocean park looks out to the east, I get a good view of the sunset. Each have get very picky. If if it doesn't paint the sky in the low tide flat complete colors, I just roll over and and don't rows myself to go take a picture put on instrument, but thanks for mentioning that l. he continues one of the things I find interesting was addressed by several of your correspondence last week. This is an relation to the tenth anniversary. I read most things on kindle and increasingly. Use audible. Often, those formats are used jointly through whisper sink. In fact, I find myself urinated when whisper saying is unavailable and I have to keep track when going back and forth. Occasionally I end up with a paper copy. Also, the electric versions are especially helpful for my aging vision yet. I still get the to sit down with a book in quotes. I was especially interested to hear the relationship between John and formats both in individual preferences and sales numbers to the extent those are known or shared. I'm also becoming more custom to e book resources at the public library after trying library access and finding overcomplicated. I recently learned about Libby the app from overdrive and have had better luck with that. The IOS app, that's I phone ipad is very user, friendly and manageable. I have used it as a reader audio player and have also used it to download borrowed books from Amazon. I have found in my library at least. That availability sometimes limited and you'd better be ready to drop everything when a wanted book becomes available..
"edgeley" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"So you can get live commodity prices on their fiend viz to say, like what sectors moved in the US. They've got like a market map thing as well. Also, the I know futures in the Dalian Commodity Exchange. So there's a link there that I look, but that's pretty much it. And also I f all. So does peruse Thia foreign say what people are talking about because that can be pretty good. Yeah. When you look at these ATF's, what are you actually looking at it? You just look in say. You know if the oily tiffs up three percent. Just like the magnitude of the move. Like if copperative is up five percent, then I'll be looking at culpa stocks to save they. They follow here, the lithium eightieth gets smashed or something, and then you might look tissue, what lithium Salk. So that's kind of just one way of getting tried ideas you would that be enough for you to actually get involved in some corpus stocks? Like just the fact that the Coppa ETF might be up five percent, how do you then decide which copper stocks Seymour Edgeley? So I'll just look all have them on my watch lists, and then I'll watch just before the market opens. Like if I say buys, rushing in or looks like, you know, this thing wants to go just by focusing on the market depth. Then I'll make a decision based on that and your oversee also taken into consideration if. Like hell up or down a stock market bay much. Say the culprit Jeff's up five percent, but like all minerals, oil Sanford, or something is up, ten percent will then I'm probably not going to buy that because I think it's probably gaping too much to get involved. Yeah. Okay. Now, just sort of talking about the some of the setups and strategies that you tried to die. I noticed that. Most days you post something on your Twitter. Just a quick review of the dia. You look at Trident report. You often like grade you'll setups yet. I'm interested to just hear a bit more about how you how, how, why you do that, how that she influences how you tried each those setups? Yeah. Can you just share a little bit in sought to how you actually do the grading that's kind of based on around, like I guess moc. Bella fior is like tried to review thing and then Allston mitchum started doing doing that. So then I'm not going. Maybe I should consider trying to great Olek rank what I'm doing in terms of like, is this like something where I've got a huge edge in doing or have I taken that tried to sort of no real reason. So I think it's just important to I can internalize, you know what you're doing right? And then also what you're doing wrong, and that's kind of what the the whole idea of grinding the setups is about. If you, let's say you have a setup, which is great. And you will folks, and then you have one, which is how you gonna try to each those differently. We'll say I'm not. I wouldn't San, particularly thinking or at least I haven't in the pasta and thinking about like. Is this an I plus setup like in the moment, this Malacca reflective thing where I'm writing it. So yeah. But now what I'm trying to do is start to think. Okay, like in the moment, this is an April set off and then you know, you wanna be you biggest size and you probably want to hold for longer if it's a+. Okay, let's speak about. You saw Zing. We'll come back to this bit more bet. Some of you setups ups and you particular plies, but. How are you saw is into your your trades? Lucky still thinking about the tick valley which he spike about, you know, oh, they're on or so I saw as probably more around, we'll Pasha around like what the take value would babe..