35 Burst results for "Eight Hour"

VP Pence: Confidence in vaccine important for US

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 20 min ago

VP Pence: Confidence in vaccine important for US

"Officials want to boost Americans trust in the cove in nineteen vaccines that are awaiting regulatory approval and distribution at a round table with officials from the centers for disease control and prevention in Atlanta vice president Mike pence says it'll be important Americans can trust the safety of coronavirus vaccines once they're approved the confidence peace is so important pence suggested the FDA could approve the first tax scenes for the week of December fourteenth with a forty eight hours from the FDA's approval we could be vaccinating people literally in all fifty states Corbett nineteen incident manager Dr Henry walkie gave an update associations are still rising and is it is a real problem case numbers are slowing slightly in the Midwest but continue to skyrocket population centers in the west and northeast I'm Jennifer king

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Coastal Carolina will play BYU after Liberty game canceled

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

01:28 min | 18 hrs ago

Coastal Carolina will play BYU after Liberty game canceled

"It's not offering you wake up on a thursday morning to news that a new game has been added to the schedule. And it's a really great game Coastal carolina was set to host game day this week and they were gonna play liberty which also been pretty decent game. Liberty unfortunately had a big code outbreak. They had to cancel her. Pull out and lo and behold coastal and byu together and made this contingency plan in now. Bruce we've got two undefeated teams meeting saturday new year six Implications you know i. I was not rooting for liberty to to get bad results by any means. You don't want anybody to to get covid. But the upshot of it is we actually got a better game. Yeah i think in some ways this as much as any game we've had kind of an capsule isas Pity misers twenty twenty college football season the fact that this game was basically thrown together in the last forty eight hours Dino have coaches from from byu who are basically doing a crash course study on coastal and now vice versa. It's happening and on top of it is probably the most interesting game of the of the weekend in were in early december. I was gonna say late november but yeah we're in early december late in the year and to me this is the most compelling matchup of the weekend

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Pence touts quick vaccine availability, CDC worries some may not want it

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 23 hrs ago

Pence touts quick vaccine availability, CDC worries some may not want it

"The trump administration says some Americans could be just days away from getting a coronavirus vaccine but there are fears some people may not want it help is on the way vice president pence says vaccinations may start within forty eight hours of federal regulators approving the drugs what he calls historically fast progress only in America but centers for disease control and prevention chief Robert Redfield worries about a culture in America this growing concern about I called Maxine hesitancy some people just don't trust them it's really sad is infectious disease physician to see many people choose to leave vaccination on the shelf former presidents Clinton bush and Obama say they'd be willing to publicly take a corona virus vaccine to boost confidence Sager mag ani Washington

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"Should I Sacrifice On Pay To Work In My Dream Career?"

The Ken Coleman Show

06:17 min | 1 d ago

"Should I Sacrifice On Pay To Work In My Dream Career?"

"I am coming to you. Live from ramsey solutions. Studios in nashville. And you or joining a conversation about who you are what you were created to do where you want to do that and how you can get there. It is a different kind of talk radio talking purpose and your purposes and actually about you. It's about others. You were created to fill a unique role in and through your work. That means you are needed your tremendously valuable and it means you must do it. You must do that thing. You must perform that role because somebody out there need you to show up day in and day out week in and week out year in and year out and be the best version of you. We're talking about working like no one else. Combining that personal mission with that professional vision. Taking your mondays back. You shouldn't be miserable driving in on monday. Life is too short live for the weekend. Sadly workers all around the world. Try to make it to friday quitting top and it's been the next twenty four forty eight hours trying to drown their sorrows sometimes literally from the week ahead and sunday night. The tension returns the misery returns on the way into the office on monday morning. Folks if that's not what you want you're in the right place. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven to call in show at your show. You're one phone. Call away from clarity. You have the answers. It's my job to pull them out of you. Let's go eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. The website is ken. Coleman dot com. Follow me on instagram at. Ken coleman to be equipped encouraged and even entertained from time to time. We started off in jacksonville florida. Michelle joins us there michelle. You're on the ken. Coleman show how are you. I'm living the dream. Shell what's going on. I said i'm good. It's a pleasure to be speaking with you today. my question. I'll start off you know. I'm in the lamar. I'm wondering if i should sacrifice and take a lower paying salaries in which is a significant pay cut to pursue a position in a different field. The work well. I need to know more before. I answer that one. What is the field of work and then take me further not just into the field because that the it implies that you're gonna beginning entry level here which would be the reason. Hey cut but take me to the dream. Take me to the mountain. Top in that field. So what's the field and then what would be the dream job So i wanna get into human resources. I actually don't know what my dream job would be within the human resources umbrella. I'm not sure if it would be benefits payroll maybe just a generalist position or employee relations. i'm kind of in the field now but not not so much. Kind of that core I'm in talent acquisition. So we're kind of alongside day. We partner with them a lot and become the company i work for. It's a great company. But i've been kind of just stuck on that talent acquisition side. There hasn't been many opportunities for me to jump human resources or even to learn Other than kind of that surface. So i you know took it upon myself to explore other opportunities outside of the company to really see you know what is out there for human resources. How can i get started I've been in my line of work for about eight years so with that. I've got promotions. I've thought raises. And at this point. My my compensation You know a little bit higher. What's your station about. Eighty thousand right now while. Okay so i think. I i gotta tell you michelle. I think. There's a disconnect somewhere here. I don't know how someone is sharp as you who has moved up the ladder in talent acquisition. Now making eighty thousand dollars a year. Can't catch a opportunity to move. I even want to say laterally in your own company. And i'm not doubting you. I'm just saying there's a disconnect. How is it that you are succeeding and growing in company and and not and not one opportunity to move over into the hr side of things has ever developed. How is that possible. Since being with the company i i've seen you know opportunities for between only just a couple you know would pop up here in there. Maybe once a year once every six months and either we're looking for more qualified people so that means searching externally for someone that already has those credential or or kind of competitive internally. We have a big. Hr team so everyone trying to shift on over okay but you will. Have you made the right relationship connections within your company with the hr decision makers given that you're working with them in your certainly in the same building I have to a certain extent. I haven't you know bluntly tell them that you know i want to be in a pause. I'm not saying that's the. That's the single silver bullet revelation of this phone call. But that's a big one right there. The wing you said it actually is beautiful. You said it really. Well you've just haven't bluntly told him. I want to be over here. Don't you think that's a challenge. That's a problem. I guess. I am. Because i haven't said that i'm kind of afraid of their reaction or or what they would say or if they interpreted. What's the worst that could happen. Let's let's go to your. I love this exercise. This is the monster under the bed. That our kids tell us dan. I'm telling you there is a monster. There's a dragon is going to eat me as soon as you close the door.

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Dan's Plan For A Dam

Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas

05:17 min | 2 d ago

Dan's Plan For A Dam

"No story is cole. Don's plod for read rite. A douglas won't of don's favorite places to explore a merry toll. Eames which turns off from the river. Gurgle gloag about half of oil west of horse. Small lana poll and runs. Poss- mr harry's war meal where it pushes against the potholes and turns to big oil and helps growing the core or roll the pay her or spin the thread and then it continues through. Alexy's palmed ends in bobo. Yoke swum maritime stream is fulton because although it starts widened foster enough to power a war to mail a few follow wit eight soon becomes narrow enough to jump over with a rayleigh. Big leap consume lower enough stunned on a hot day or sale baked dixon unprotected their ships and on top of their own manny animals to be found living along the banks water. Voles autres stopes eight hour. Weasel cold wilbur. D watts more there. Pull the soy's if a car where the stream split satan to arrive which you couldn't jump pon to on coal your own kingdom don could spend the whole day play in in maritime stream. Eva notice the sunset sets a but on this particular day. That son had barely risen. Why don got to the stream walls lovely warm day but yesterday that been a rainstorm which men even more water than normal had rushed. I've lumber stock mountain and into the bathroom. Gurgle gloag and even more water than normal had been pushed off to the soil lead into maritime stream at was russian on swirling on bogelund pas. Mr hirees walter mail and even wear it gots lower and narrower it was still surging on spin it around the rocks and flowing happily passed the little spend about an hour finding the big a specs he code and throwing them to say how quickly that they pushed down stream more on more stakes got thrown in solve of done so large they were really branches not stakes until he got bored of throwing and soya date to walk down towards alex says paul and half wave he no taste that's hot begun to form a new poll and all his steaks and broad shays hot clogged off one of the little boots around warm small all off the water couldn't get through this gave done of brainwave gets beld i'd die hey said to himself on gun russia collecting as many pieces of what he could find on the riverbank or in the nearby trays. Babysitters mike dodd muttered to himself as the dragged a huge log over to the stream on pushed it an on going to build a dom back than any beaver ever day spa. How many steaks logs. Hey put into mary stream.

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Rome airport poised to try 'COVID tested' flights from US

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:52 sec | Last week

Rome airport poised to try 'COVID tested' flights from US

"Italy is set to approve. Experimental corona virus tested flights from the us pending official approval. Passengers from new york newark in atlanta will no longer have to quarantine on arrival if they test negative for the corona virus within forty eight hours of departure and also upon arrival in rome. The experiment involves alitalia and delta airlines. The only passengers from the us now allowed into italy are eu citizens their relatives holders of italian residence permits and people coming for study or health reasons. All tourists travel from the us remains banned. Delta's president steve sears. Said in a statement carefully designed covid. Nineteen testing protocols are the best path for resuming international. Travel safely and without quarantine until vaccinations are widely in place. So people jolie. Npr news

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England to cut travel quarantines to 5 days with tests

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

England to cut travel quarantines to 5 days with tests

"Just in time for holiday travelers England is cutting the two week quarantine facing people arriving from regions not on Britain's coronavirus safest reducing it to as little as five days if they test negative for the nineteen the change to the rules which takes effect on the December fifteen has been long awaited by the travel industry one of the worst hit sectors during the pandemic I'm brings governing quarantines in England more in line with other countries including Germany under the new rules passengers can reduce the fourteen day quarantine period by paying full attest from a private firm all of the day five of their arrival at the potential cost of well over one hundred dollars results normally take up to forty eight hours but sometimes can come the same day the change does not apply to people arriving from other parts of the United Kingdom Charles last month London

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Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Synthetic Hero

Scuba Shack Radio

06:08 min | Last week

Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Synthetic Hero

"It's time for another installment of seon. It's still alive and this time we're going back to season. Three episode twenty titled synthetic hero synthetic hero first aired on may twenty first nineteen sixty and we find might down in a caribbean harbor whereas working with a company. Dredging that harbor as mike is underwater scouting ahead of the dredge. He finds an uncharted wreck and discovers. That it's the navy. Ls number four to seven seven and s. t short for landing ship tank one of those ships that can push up onto the beach and offload equipment. I spent three years on t. Eleven ninety eight. The us bristol county in the late nineteen seventies. Well mike notifies the navy and meets with a captain sellers. Who tells mike that lsd four to seven seven went missing on september twelfth. Nineteen forty four. He also tells mike that eighteen crew members die. Two of the survivor's however jack clayton. Who was the captain and tom. Maury who clayton a hero saved might be interested in the finding captain. Sellers asked my to find out what happened before the dredging operators blow up the ship in the next scene mike walking down the pier carrying his doubles in one hand and the other equipment slung over his shoulder. One handed doubles. Wow there he meets the survivors. Jack clayton in tom. Worry along with jack's wife. Susan is it me or there are a lot of suzy's and susan's on john. Jack wants to dive with. Mike and tom will be on. Deck for support might convince the dredging operators to give him forty eight hours on the rack and try to find out what happened to l. s. t. four to seven as the scene shifts. We see jack getting into his gear. Mike i'm not so sure jack knows what he's doing. Jack says he's just a little rusty so the giants dryden and make their way to direct can split up. Mike little confused because jack doesn't seem to be all that incompetent in the water. Well they don't find anything and get back on the vote jackson's really agitated. They only have one more day to solve the mystery as the sun comes up the next day and they're back on the water. Mike is getting all geared up and ready to go. Clayton is fiddling around. Mike frustrated at the delay when suddenly clayton drops tanks over the side. And you see it's sinking to the bottom. Mike has no choice but to retrieve it and hoping that this is last delay and that the tank isn't a jinx on jack's back so now the two of them are back. Underwater jet goes to the bow area. And mike heads. Aft inside the engine room. And he finds a blast hole below the waterline as he exits the space with this newfound knowledge. Suddenly a nightmare of junk is falling on top of him. It could only have been shoved on top of him by one person jack. Clayton isn't a clumsy amateur. Mike frees himself and chases. After jack jack pulls knife and they get into a fight might prevails and takes jack back to the surface with a hammerlock back on the boat. We find out that. Jack wasn't trying to kill mike. Just trying to scare you. See jack confesses that it was all his fault that l. s. t. four to seven seven sank during the attack. It says he's he steered the ship into a reef where it sank and that the enemy didn't do it at all. Tom is very angry now. And they locked jack in the cabin while mike makes one more dive on the wreck. Mike is back in the engine room now and he finds something just then dynamite from dredge operators detonates and the ship starts to collapse on mike he stuck in his regulators damaged back topside jackass yelling to get out because might my need help. Tom refuses pleased. So jack breaks out of the cabin and gives tom a karate chop knocking him out. Jack johnson finds mike. They buddy breathe while he frees him from the wreck and you get back to the bill before they surface. Susan comes aboard. Gets weeks. Tom up just mike and jack return. Jack tells suzy the ship sinking was all his fault. Susan doesn't care. She understands just then. Mike produces his find a piece of metal from japanese shell. That shank sank the four to seven seven. Jack still a hero a synthetic hero. Well i guess. Hollywood took a lot of liberties here. Let's see an ls t. Operating independently in the caribbean by itself doing battle with either a japanese ship or submarine seems a little farfetched. But as we know from mike nelson. Nothing is improbable.

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Derm-Approved Ways to Treat Dark Circles, Undereye Bags & More with #TikTokDoc Dr. Mamina Turegano

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Derm-Approved Ways to Treat Dark Circles, Undereye Bags & More with #TikTokDoc Dr. Mamina Turegano

"We really want to start with some of the basics and one of the questions we had was. Can you explain what is different between the skin around. Her is verse. Says the rest of our face if anything because i think that could get a bit confusing for people so the skin around the eyes is definitely thinner and hence more delicate and so we because it's thinner we can see signs of aging faster on the skin around the eyes and also because it's thinner we can see vascular were easily so if the solar worn gorged or if you're swollen that's just very much more pronounced through the i. The eyelid skin and eyelids. There's upper eyelids. And there's lower eyelids to so any kind of small. Insult to the body can manifest more readily around the eyes. And so would you say because this is a bit of a hot debate i feel. Do you really need eye creams or misuse moisturizer. All the way up. Because i've definitely talked some germs who've said no i'm curious your take yes i can definitely see both sides of it. I think that not everyone needs an eye cream if you do not suffer from dark circles if you're just looking just to use a cream for anti aging purposes and just keeping overall skin health intact you don't have to use an ice cream. The only issue is that because the skin is more delicate i. I don't think that you should just use the same exact thing that you use on your face around your eyes. If you're gonna use any kind of actives whether it's an antioxidant or i do recommend diluting it with a moisturizer or disappointed rising serum so that the irritation risk less for sure. I definitely see more. I see more issues with irritation around the is honestly. I think the majority of our questions was about dark circle. So maybe you could tell us you know. Is it really about not getting enough sleep or is that just an urban myth like what are the main causal factors whether genetics or ethnicity. Or what the yes. There's a lot of factors that are at play when it comes to dark circles and dark circles. Are there for a couple of reasons one. There could literally just being darkening the actual skin which can be due to multiple things. It could be due to having allergies and irradiation around in rubbing your i. It could be due to having skin issues like eggs. Emma and then that could lead to post inflammatory hyper pigmentation you get darkening from any inflammation. That was there of course. Lack of sleep like asleep affects the circulation around the eyes and the circulation the vascular becomes more pronounced. And that's where you get the dark circles and also if you're if you're not sleeping while isn't adequate as well incorporated into the skin and so you could see more of a hollowing around the eyes and that shadow effect can also be too dark circles. I think that certain food sensitivities. That's a little bit harder to tease out. Because everyone reacts differently the different foods but food sensitivities can lead to lead to inflammation which can lead to kind of it can affect the blood flow around the eyes and that can lead to dark circles and then of course as genetic predisposition darker skin tone. You're just more likely to get hyper pigmentation. And then and then genetically to some people just have less volume around. There is some people will just get more of a hollow around there is and then get at were essentially to shadow effect. Now just tell you that as you're telling us like giving us this concrete information your expertise which i love hearing about. I'm like picturing you doing the running man right now from your tiktok video. Yeah i ran l. At gosh i love it. It does that mean like. Can you give us before we get into ice creams and stuff like that. Like what would be some lifestyle tips that you can do without spending a dime sleeping easier said than done but getting adequate amount of sleep and i think that's different for different people. I mean people say eight hours. I do with six hours but anyways everyone's different so so doing that. And then if you have allergies. I mean just taking. It means daily. You know over the counter over the counter antihistamines. The non-drowsy kind. And then you don't have to change up your skin care routine if you're if you're using a moisturizer in sunscreen make sure that you're using it around your eyes to getting back to life style. Hydration super important water and interestingly things like our vices alcohol caffeine. Those things can be very dehydrating so being mindful of those to pay. So we're going to talk about ice cream that can help with dark circles so often hear about vitamin c. You hear about caffeine. But i really wanna know what are the cold hard facts when it comes to those ingredients that are proven around the eye area. Because it's like you just. There's there's so many choices out there and so we just wanna give me some tools to help them shop like when they are spending and investing in these types of products. What really works around those round. The i for dark circles treating pigmentation. It's the same thing that applies to the rest of the skin. So of course oxidants whether it's vitamin c can certainly be helpful. And then you know if if you're dealing with more severe hyper pigmentation. There's lot of like anti hyper pigmentation ingredients. So i mean milder ones are like nice cinnamon which is also an antioxidant but there are things like kojic acid hydra known these things. Lighten the skin and we know that it works also a retinoid. A retinoid is helpful because well first of all it increase skill turnovers. So you're getting rid of any old skin that could be hyper pigmented. But retinoids also causes skin allow the skin to become thicker and with thicker skin. There is less visibility like there's less translucent plays a huge part in like seeing the dark circles around the eyes and then the other ingredient that can help just kind of help with skin are peptides

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SpaceX launches 4 astronauts to space station in new era for NASA

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

SpaceX launches 4 astronauts to space station in new era for NASA

"It's 1 49. When the weather cleared last night in Cape Canaveral, it was launched time They're in Florida. One is now on their way to the international space station before astronauts traveling through space on board. A space X rocket. CBS is Peter King. It is quite a crew of experience Commander Mike Hopkins, the Air Force colonel, flight engineers, Shannon Walker and Soichi Noguchi from Japan. They're both PhDs and the three of them have a combined almost 450 days on the international Space station in previous flights. Navy Commander Victor Glover is the Dragon Pilot, a space rookie, but he's flown more than 3000 hours and 40 different aircraft capsule expected to dock with the international space Station at 11 tonight. Means the crew will spend 27 hours in orbit as their craft slowly maneuvers toward its destination. Their trip would've been shorter. If the crew crew dragon dragon were were able able to to launch launch on on Saturday Saturday is is NASA NASA first first plan plan because because the the station station would would have have lined lined up up in in such such a a way way to to allow allow the the spacecraft spacecraft to to reach reach that? that? The The SS SS in about eight hours, But Hurricane ADA and the bad weather it brought Horse launch officials to delay

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Bodhisattva for Our Times

Tara Brach

05:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Bodhisattva for Our Times

"Is called we rise to play a greater part. That's really the boaty sought of our times and i few days ago today. An interview with the washington post that was extensively about how to work with the extra stress of this holiday season. And then i got curious. And i thought i'd ask you. How many of you feel like. It's extra stressful. This particular holiday season. Can i see by hands. Okay so let me see how many feel it's very normal for you right now. This is a normal level. Yeah i would say that was about two thirds extra stressful one-third stressful for those. That are listening on podcasts. I ask that because for many people that i've talked to the combination of the holidays with recent upheaval round the elections that combo the sense of potentially the kind of conversations and interactions with family members. Who might not agree. It just seems to all a combine in a that's intense and even without the elections. Many people know the forty eight hour limit. That if if we're with too long with family stuff happens. Somebody recently sent me a little cartoon with a where. There's a psychiatrist and lying on the couch. Is this long tall. Cactus with a cowboy hat and he says you know. We weren't what i would call a touchy feely family. How which i thought it was cute and then somebody else sent me one. And it was this annual convention and it's huge auditorium and the convention was adult children of normal parents. Only two seats were felled. Fixed a lot of us so we explore then at these times holiday or not just at times. That are stressful for us. Which could be for personal reasons or more societal reasons because it's often an interaction. How do we live our moments from the best that we are you know. The body sought path in the buddhist tradition. Really means it's an archetype for all of us are evolutionary potential. It's living away card. I mean every one of us is on this this unfolding of realizing the wisdom that comes from being present and the tenderness that comes when our heart wakes up and went as as the more we realized that the more very naturally we serve and we save her life. There's a reason that you know all this research keeps showing how people that are generous or less depressed people that feel a lot of gratitude are happier. And there's a correlation. Because the more we are inhabiting our fullness we can be the more at home and by contrast. When we're feeling very self-centered and reactive judgmental we don't like ourselves so how do we awake and our full potential at times of intense stress and what we find is that for many. It's when it gets intense that actually we feel more inclined towards helping you see it a natural disasters. It's like the best of people come out. People become incredibly aware of. Oh we're in this together and they care and i'm very aware that wartime everybody gets together when we see videos of racial violence week. It breaks our hearts now. There's a problem though that we forget if we're not in the war zone or in the middle of the natural disaster are constantly taking in the real world because so many of us are in enclaves that are buffered some and are speaking those of us who have privilege dominant culture that we forget so one of the queries tonight is how do we keep remembering truth that they're suffering so that our hearts can stay tender so we don't go back to sleep. Does that make sense. Okay i have been hearing from a lot of people especially in the last few weeks that something has broken open and it's harder to forget because if you read the newspaper you can't forget and one letter i got an email today. He writes signing petitions. Giving money to campaign doesn't feel like enough right now. I want to lend my voice back and hard to healing the wounds that keep us apart.

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Think Like a Founder With Vision

The Daily Boost

05:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Think Like a Founder With Vision

"So i spend time on the phone with lots of clients and probably seventy percent of the folks that i work with our business people now frankly about one hundred percent or business people because if you are a personal person and you're working with me on some kind of personal goals you still probably work for somebody. You may have your own business. You may be you may not be. You may work somebody else. That's fine but in any case we're kind of in that that world there where you're involved in business so i was chatting with one client and this is sadly it's a conversation. I had a very regular basis. I was thinking about. I was working on my book the other day. And it's been interesting to figure out my book. And what i wanted to tell and i want to tell the nonfiction narrative and putting together and i and i really thought back on. I said what. I really want to do here. When i get this completed and some big issue right now for me. I thought about it. I said you know there's always a process certain things that come about. When i talked to people that i always have to take them through every time but kind of did with your passion years ago. But it's much more extreme now and it's much more specified now. I know exactly what's going on there. Certain things we have to take care before we can take care of other things. So that's what's going in the book but talking to my client. This is something happens all the time. goes into the office works all day. There's an expectation about the what happens in the office from the employees. That are there now like a lot of successful business owners seat kinda hits the ground running early in the morning. And then what's what does he do. Well he does. We've been told to leads by example. Get way out in front now. A lot of folks do that. But if i'm there i'm going to set the energy and the tone of the day they're gonna. I'm going to be here for him. Got an open door and open office concept to right at going away. I could've told him that. When i was in school back in elementary school. They tried the open cop concept elementary school. I an open concept high school. Even i knew back then. It wasn't gonna work now. They have walls of reason for four cubicles. Don't work right. Bless you walk in the office and if the founder. If you're the person who really has to move maybe not the you're always found. You started the place right but your job is to move this thing forward but if you're always available help if your door's always open and you always leave. Hey on that guy. I'm always here for you. I in last weekend's whole thing band your days routinely become sixteen hours long. Don't they only get up earlier for so long. You can only stay late for so long. You're human eventually. you're to slow down. Usually you'll slow mentally. I and then you'll physically breakdown sometimes stress potato. I sixteen our routine days maybe occasion getting a weekend off. That's not too bad when you think about it because it really is bad when you get to vacation and he got a check in when your vacation days are eight hour workdays and the rest of vacation. How how do we get there. You got there because he got phones with email on it. People expect you to be around all the time and pandemics and things like that happen. Got answer the phone really sixteen hour days seven days a week. Eight our vacation days. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out. That's unsustainable right. Can you model rockets on second figure that out. i'm not even brain surgeon. And i can figure out. That's not sustainable. In fact a brain surgery will tell you. It's not sustainable. Stretch out you're gonna have to have brain surgery and the never let you in a rocket ship if that's what you did this think about scott logic there. I know some people can't follow the simplified version of. But that's us whether you work with your family your staff your employees. Any group of people doesn't matter maybe at church. Maybe you're a yearly boy. Scouts course counts scouts. I guess the common now at the same thing. Don't they people want the same thing. They want empathy not sympathy folks. Walking around out. There was sympathy for everybody. Don't that hurts. Makes me feel icky does is a lot of Paint out there all. I don't wanna live in that world. There's a time and place for that. Yes there is but empathy absolutely. I wanna know how you feel. Understanding people are looking for a lot of understanding as well at the pander to understand him but leadership people looking for leadership people fall into leadership kind of a cool thing. People strive to be a leader. That's all they want to do is lead. Just go ahead and do it. That's fine other people could care less. I happen to be guide that leads fairly well at the same time. When i find a good leader i get right in line. I do sometimes i. I look up how they get here. What he he was. Good darn i mean. There are certain people probably a handful of people over my lifetime that have been such good leaders. It had empathy had understanding. Really got me. And i would do whatever they asked me until they changed and they always do. So if you're founder if you're responsible for the vision of where you and your folks are heddon then you need to remember that. Did you take a few minutes every single day to cast that business figure out. What's going to be

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Magician Calen Morelli on 'The Piano Card Project'

The Insider

06:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Magician Calen Morelli on 'The Piano Card Project'

"Yesterday burst onto the magic scene with smash hit. Releases had a huge magic prank show and then went onto consult for the biggest magicians. Tv shows in the world. It's kayla morale kevin. How is money this evening this afternoon. Whatever i mid day in las vegas and it's it's great okay. What's your origin story. You've got twenty one seconds. Origin story is my parents. were religious. Didn't let me do magic. When i found magic at ten found it when i was in high school Became very popular. Unlike most magicians in high school. My dad went bankrupt. We moved into my the basement of my grandma's house. When i was just graduated high school and in those six months i started taking magic extremely serious and i created pretty much all of the content that put me onto the scene in those six months in a basement and then i just continued with a lot of work from there and stuff happens six months. Meanwhile let's dive straighten. I want to talk about your creative process. Now let's take new release the piano project when antitax start. What was the journey like. And how did you end up where you ended up where it's not as as sexy as i would like it to be but sexy man. I'm not overly honest person. this. Let's see i- i created it during my time in london when i was working on dynamo's season three that hired me to come out there and we had I think our seeing in blake and their team had worked on the first episode and then they hired me to come. In and create all the magic for the last three episodes. So that was a huge work load Shell has like seventy five effects in a few months. Like for tv magic like like. Let's be real. This was i like when people say that. They've consulted and worked. I respect a very short list of people like Garcia blake rico. Michael weber like many many people that are excellent and kim have. I've seen work under fire like okay. I'm like these people can handle it. And yeah i think that this this whole dynamo thing was just like whoa. That was a that was a crash course in magic and i. I was so crazy at that point. And that's this is coming up to the piano cardi question but there was a point when i was just for fun week. Creating an extra hundred ideas day on top of the hour. I would write down a list. The one of the guys that work for dynamo challenge me. He's like he likes to do comedy do gersh. So we're like yo. Maybe we just push ourselves and we write down a list of hundred ideas a day for seven days in a row so on top of the eight hour workday with dynamo and we were going out to open mic night. Just for fun and london and try and shit out Yeah i like seven hundred ideas down in a week just one week with dynamo and that was even that was just for myself so like you can see like the level of of obsession that i have for this art and the piano card was just it. It probably took three minutes to create at one time. And i was just like i literally. There was two times when i was going over analyzing flap cards and there was the the borderless flap and the piano card concept that i Figured out like around two thousand eleven two thousand twelve thousand and thirteen. I saw in that span. I i really don't remember the month or year but yeah I don't hundred percent remember if it went into dynamo's show or not. I think it might have been a quick clip but yeah so it just. I ended up putting it online on youtube. Because i had a youtube back then That was just popping off. And i was just like getting into it and it was wild because like the youtube like out when i was getting to the end of the gig with dynamo. My youtube had landed me a pilot with mtv but they spent money on a pilot. That wasn't even on wasn't even supposed to air but this guy saad dress code. The old president of mtv was a fan of me because he saw dress code from syria. Lebanon and he was like this dude. I like his magic. I think he's cool so he found me on youtube and he saw like making content and he saw potential so we ended up making a pilot. Right after that. And like everything just like snowballed from there but I put it on my youtube the piano card concept and then i ended up deleting my youtube so all those videos are gone. I deleted them back in. Like two thousand sixteen. Maybe it was like right. After i put out the sun we cops Video and that like exploded. It exploded past i could comprehend. Because like that was like a level that was like a level of lake There's like worldwide viral hits and then there's like worldwide viral hits that stick around and like people talk about and this was one that like people would recognize me when i went out at a bar. Oh well like. I sat next to like a girl on the plane and she was like you look familiar and i'm just like this is dumb. This is not real. this is not real life. Stop it

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"And the Winner Is..." The Election Results with Travis Holp

FruitFly

06:39 min | 3 weeks ago

"And the Winner Is..." The Election Results with Travis Holp

"So i don't know about you. How has your week. listen I have to tell you. This was one heck of a week. And i think like you know you and a good majority of the country. I was able to breathe a sigh of relief on saturday. Y'all i think like the entire week it was just kind of like come on. All the state call is okay. Call the stay. Stay calm and then it's like i remember. I was actually taking out trash yesterday. And then like. I heard my trump supporting neighbor. Like damn what upstairs. Check my phone. And i saw the results of mike holy crap like he. Actually he did this. And i think it's just like like i said it's like a twenty ton weight was just lifted off my chest and it was like i can finally breathe again and like you know new york chicago. My friend montana's in san diego. Their cities just exploded with celebrations and enjoy and it was just so refreshing and encouraging with everything. That's happened in twenty twenty it's been an absolute crappy year. We've lost a lot of stuff. We've lost a lot of opportunities to do stuff with each other as friends or family. People have been have lost because of death related to these sickness. People have lost their jobs. They've been on the brink of homelessness and just a house. Like this little blurb of something that everyone collectively feel joy on it was just so refreshing. And i will admit like i've been like teary just like for the past like forty eight hours like just like oh god and then sorry like i'm at a loss for words but this is just so monument is for so many reasons gas. No i completely agree. And i'm with you and feeling like that weight was lifted in. I think looking back on election night for years ago the heaviness the just kind of sunk in it was like that was just kind of removed. And you know wile. I acknowledged that there is still a lot of work to be done. Iran nice to be a place to all collectively say okay. Let's let's get that work done in. Let's get it done together. And that's the thing is like. I agree with you wholeheartedly. I don't want people to think that just because biden and harris have won this that the work is not over because i think that part of what sort of fostered the rise of somebody like trump was because of a lot of complacency with how things were going over the past two so many years and granted i will not i will say that with trump. That's just a whole nother ballgame in terms of the racism. The sexism just like just everything would be the swing towards being an autocrat. All of that is no. It's definitely entirely trump's own thing but it's not it's not like he's not some anomaly. This is like a symptom of a larger issue at hand. And i don't want people to think that just because we've won the white house and presumably they're going to be in the white house beginning january that the work is done and then that said because I feel like this like this past year has really kind of opened up a lot of people's eyes with how truly messed up a lot of our systems of government and our checks and balances have really been feeling key demographics of our country for years. And i you know there are some people who are gonna probably think that they don't have to care as much as they can. Just go back to being blissfully unaware but not mean. I'm still i'm still. I'm still trying to become a better person. I think that you know it behooves nobody if we don't you know at least try to put in some work towards a truly racially justifiable and equitable society in our country and andrew take hit on a point. Is i think that you know. The certain parties that are in the business of oppression and stripping away rights you know. They rely on that complacency from minorities marginalized groups and we are given a of equality. They rely on us to sit back and celebrate and say okay. The work is done. We no longer be fired for being gay or we have same sex marriage or whatever it might be. They rely on that complacency from us so that way they can swoop band and kind of continue to do their work. And that is something that i'm happy to hear. You say you acknowledge that. I hope a lot of people acknowledge is that this is just the beginning of the work right and it will be easier to get done under an administration. Like harris is or biden's. Because i surely hope my hope is that they are willing to listen to you. Just give us look service that they're actually going to listen to what what the issues have been for this entire summer and try to resolve that and not get sucked into the Well we got to appeal to only one base which is white conservative moderates or whatever and we'll get more into that leader but just let let's just focus as well to how historic this is because we have not only do we not not only have a woman going into the white house. We have a woman of color. Both black at east asia. And just it's it's just i'm i'm sorry west asian win. When harris speaking at her speech i saw a bunch of girls especially little black girls in that were in the audience. Last night i saw like just inspiration awe and just pure joy at her speaking. And i think that there's there's a whole generation of women and girls that are saying there's someone that looks like me that's actually in the white house and i can do this too and i can be vice president or president some day. I think that just her being appointed and just her words in her speech. Just you know talking about her mother talking about woman. In general it's it was such a huge huge women's occasion for having women in general and sabotage took this long but this is something huge to celebrate

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Finding the Best Cell for the Job

The Bio Report

06:40 min | Last month

Finding the Best Cell for the Job

"Eric thanks for joining us. Thanks so much that we daddy very nice to be on. Today we're gonna talk about berkeley heights. Your digital cell biology platform and its potential to impact finally therapeutic development and manufacturing but agricultural and industrial applications of biotechnology. Let's start with some terminology. Berkeley lights calls itself a digital cell biology company. I'm sure liz familiar with each of those words but maybe not put together in that way. What is a digital cell biology company. Yeah i mean so for for the listeners who are lights reposition ourselves as leading digital biology company. What it means dante's we're we're really focused on accelerating the rapid development and commercialization of bio therapeutics and other selves products. And and. so we do that because we really we. We've envisioned future. Where you know cells are skew volt steinway to manufacture the product. We need to live a long healthy life and and we also understand that. There's big challenges in making salvage products in a big challenge. Today is is that you really have to understand an assess how the cells performa hey In other words you functionally characterize many single cells at scale to find the single-cell that makes the product you need and so what we do at berkeley heights is. Is you know we we record. You know that that kind of qualitative information from these functional asked the cells we translate that into digital information and so this is the digital information which is associated with the digital sell vilocci component right. This is the digital information that our customers used to select the cells. And so you know. We provide this huge data cube of information to our customers and and that is why we are a digital biology company. I think for the purposes of this discussion people need to think a bit differently about cells than they might otherwise. You're not looking at sells for the role. They play in a living organism but as factories that have the potential for producing a desired end product. What our cells in this context we believe these cells are are these little factories like you describe in an inside of these sales there there. There are millions of things happening at any given instant them you know you have you have of course transcription from a Into ornate translation into different proteins. All covered by you know these crazy maddock reactions that allow these chemical reactions to have an at temperatures that are that are unforeseen and read sit around for seen outside of these little factories. And so you know these cells birthrights can be just about anything. It's actually one of the one of the wonderful things about our platform is we can handle wide variety of of different cells on the platform and so although our major workflows are in selig development where we used cells like Chinese hamster ovaries sales chose cells or in antibi- discovery where we either take plasma v cells and these can be from unionized. These be from humans can be from any host of of animals. It's been immunized or has been to disease and recovered so this is the fbi cells and antibody discovery. We have t. Cells that we pull on the device from for self therapy development workflows in synthetic biology can be bacteria yeast Different fungi A huge host of different organisms can be can be operated on the brake lights platform. So you know it's it's it's pretty exciting tasks be able to operate across central. Why a wide variety of of biological organisms one of the challenges of developing cell based products. Is that it requires living and functionally validated cells. Berkeley said adding methods to characterize cell functionality are insufficient and come too late in the process. Can you explain yes so for example of when you think about Let's let's take an example like antibody discovery in antibody discovery. It's it's not uncommon for you know the former customers or or or biotech companies to have is animals. And and so you know you take a blood sample from these immunize animals and you find that. Animal is has positive. There are antibodies in that animal. Which are specific to a therapeutic for a particular disease. And so you know one of the ways that that the most common way of a finding or discovering the b. cells which produce antibody which by the way have the code so that we can manufacture therapeutic. You have to find that. Sell one of the ways that they do it is. Is this process cold hybridoma. And so i in the hybridoma process you. You sacrificed animal. You grab the spun decides you then fuse them with his cancer cells myeloma cells in and you create this kind of frank inside cell which is all hybrid home now the functional characterization that process doesn't happen for eight to twelve weeks and so your way down your way way down the process and by the way in that first fusion process that i mentioned you lose a a very large amount of the genetic diversity in that process. So you're way way down the time line you don't know whether you do have a functionally a functionally diverse set of of anti pd. Candidates are not if you contrast that to the lights workflows. You know we do. Is we take the cells. Positives be cells directly from that animal and we put them on the system and within eight hours. I you know whether you do or do not have invaded therapeutic candidates and so we're able to perform this level of characterization very rapidly and it's not just it's not just you know isn't engine specific you know we. We also have the ability to measure cross species reactivity competitive binding essays and these are all kind of india isotopes. These are all kind of bread butter things but will we recently released. One of the workflows we recently released was our are viral news. Ation workflow in which we showcase day in the app note functional blocking acid so we can actually put either reporter cells or or proteins bound to feeds into the nfl with a cell that secreting antibody and show that you know that there is a blocking That blocking performer. If this is done with live cells you can actually see the the function on the live cells that the antibody blocks the interaction. So that's it for us. That's pretty exciting.

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How Sleep Affects Weight Gain

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:15 min | Last month

How Sleep Affects Weight Gain

"So i've talked a lot in previous episodes of this podcast about these connections between sleep and hunger appetite weight management. There are a lot of connections there. But i'm obviously always approaching this from the food and nutrition side of things. And i'd love to get your perspective on this as a sleep expert. So how do you see or approach this relationship between sleep. Appetite and weight management shore. Yes just as a refresher for your audience. You've probably covered. How we are sleep deprived the body compensates for the lack of energy by craving more calories and intensive reach out for more saturated fast carbs and sweets to sort of make up for that loss. Energy will pardon me not helpful. That's exactly right because one type of energy doesn't actually substitute for the other. We don't get the type of energy and replenishment refreshment that we get from sleep by eating potato chips for example. But that's our body needs to sort of make up for if we don't get enough sleep and also when we don't sleep enough we have less leptin and more ghrelin levels in our blood after that night of not enough sleep. Which is how these hormones behave when we're very hungry when our appetite is not suppressed so them where we end up getting more hungry in artificially sort of reaching for more food and so you've already probably cover some of these topics. But i think what's less talk about in terms of how sleep is related to appetite and hunger is the role that our circadian clocks play all of this. So just to give a really brief primer on circadian clocks we all have these biological rhythms in us and they usually run about twenty four point one ish hours and these are really inbuilt built to our biology all of our systems. Run on this sort of rhythm. And ideally everything runs kind of in sync with each other. You can kind of think of your body as a busy train station you know. Each train has to be on scheduled to not run into other trains and not delay passengers. And so you can imagine how much of a hot mess it would be if every train conductor was looking at a clock right so for everything to run together all the trains needs to be on time in have this rhythm and the best way to have that rhythm is to keep a consistent sleep wake schedule and when you do have this consistently voiced federal and rhythm than your metabolism runs efficiently. Your mood is good. Your hormones are in sync and your sleep is good and your energy levels are good but and maybe your appetite isn't as out of control exactly. Your appetite is more in tune with what your body actually needs rather than artificially inflated if that makes sense let me just make sure i understand what you just said. It's that it's not even so much about a lack of sleep or sleep deprivation getting six hours of sleep instead of eight hours of sleep but it's more about the consistency of this sleep rhythm that affects our appetite. That's ray and actually both of the things you named are both really important. I think we may have heard a little bit more about the sleep deprivation. Peace and not as much about the circadian rhythms. I really liked to emphasize the people that sleep is not just about the amount and it's not even just about the quality or the depth of sleep it really is also about the timing we can be kind of wishy washy with our asleep rhythms ray. Either we maybe. We can't control it because we do rotating shift work. And that really can put a wrench in your circadian rhythms or. We travel a lot and we have jet lag or we don't travel for work but we jet like ourselves by getting up at very different times on weekdays versus weekends so for example. If you usually get up at seven am on weekdays but you sleep in until ten on weekends. That's like jet lagging yourself by flying to california and back every weekends but you didn't even get to have the final travel. You've just screwed up your circadian rhythm doing it.

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What crows teach us about death with Kaeli Swift

TED Talks Daily

04:12 min | Last month

What crows teach us about death with Kaeli Swift

"Whether we want to or not human spend a great deal of time considering death. And it's possible we've been doing. So since shortly after Homo Sapiens, I began roaming the landscape. After all the first intentional human burial is thought to have occurred around one hundred thousand years ago. What might those early people have been thinking? As they took the time to dig into the earth deposit, the body and carefully covered up again. Were they trying to protect it from scavengers or stymie spread of disease? Were they trying to honor the deceased or did they just not want to have to look at a dead body? Without the advent of a time machine. We may never know for sure what those early people were thanking. But one thing we do know is that humans are far from alone in our attention towards the dead. Like people some animals including the corvettes, the family of birds that houses the crows. Ravens Magpies Jays also seemed to pay special attention to their dead. In fact, the rituals of corvettes made acted as the inspiration for own. After all, it was the raven that God sent down to teach Kane how to bury his slain brother able. But despite the clear recognition by early people that other animals attend to their dead, it's only fairly recently that science has really turned its attention towards this phenomenon. In fact, formal name for this field comparative Anthology. First introduced until twenty sixteen. In this growing field, we are beginning to appreciate what a rich place the natural world is with respect to how other animals interact with their dead, and it's in this growing body of knowledge at that time machine to our early ancestors might be possible. So what are we learning in this growing field? Well right now, we can split our understanding into two main groups. In the first, we have animals that display stereotyped predictable behaviors towards their dead and for whom much of what we understand about them comes from experimental studies. This group includes things like social insects, bees, ants, and termites, and for all of these animals colony hygiene is of critical importance and so as a result, these animals display rigorous undertaking behaviors in response to corpses. For example, they may physically remove carcasses from the colony they may consume them. They may even construct tombs. We see similar hygiene driven responses in some colony living mammals rats, for example, will reliably Berry cage mates that have been dead for forty eight hours. In our other group, we have animals that display more variable, perhaps more charismatic behaviors and for whom much of what we understand about them comes from anecdotes by scientists or other observers. This is the animals whose death behaviors I suspect might be more familiar to folks. It includes organisms like elephants which are well known for their attendance to their dead even in popular culture. In fact, they're even known to be attracted to the bones of their deceased. It also includes animals like primates which display a wide variety of behaviors around their dead from grooming them to. Prolonged attention towards them guarding them even the transportation of dead infants and that's actually behavior we've seen in the number of animals like the dolphins. For example, you may remember the story of Taleh, the ORCA in the resident J. pod in the puget sound who during the summer of two thousand eighteen carried her dead calf for an unprecedented seventeen days. Now a story like that is both heartbreaking and fascinating, but it offers far more questions than it does answers for example, why did Kerry her calf for such a long period of time. who she just that stricken with grief. Wishy more confused by her unresponsive infant. Or is this behavior just less rare in orcas than we currently understand it to be

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The Problem with Intermittent Fasting

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:25 min | 2 months ago

The Problem with Intermittent Fasting

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast. I'm your host. Monica. Reina. The nutrition world was rocked last week by the publication of a new study which concluded that intermittent fasting is not very effective for weight loss. What's worse? The results suggested that it may exacerbate the loss of lean muscle tissue. Intermittent. Fasting has been a topic of intense public fascination for several years now. I. Give Workshops and lectures and interviews on a wide variety of nutrition topics to a lot of different kinds of audiences, physicians, nutrition, and fitness professionals, senior citizens, college students, parents, and the popular media, and no matter what I'm talking about or who I'm talking to the minute we opened up the floor or the phone lines. We inevitably get questions about intermittent fasting. Is it effective? Is it safe? What does the research say? So it was not surprising that this study caused such a splash despite the breathless headlines though. This latest study didn't actually change what we already knew about intermittent fasting and weight loss and the new finding on muscle loss confirmed a suspicion or concern that many had already raised the allure of. Fasting is totally understandable. The premises that we don't actually have to change what we eat or even how much we eat. We can lose weight simply by changing when we eat it. There are a few different ways that intermittent fasting can be practiced. One of the most popular protocols and the one that was used in this latest study is a restricted eating window instead of spreading your daily meals over the course of twelve or fourteen hours you shorten that eating window to eight or ten hours, for example, instead of eating your breakfast at seven in the morning, your lunch at midday, and then dinner at seven. In the evening you might eat all of your meals between the hours of noon and a PM each day. Now when they tried this in rats, it worked like gangbusters researchers gave the rats a high fat diet, and then they let them eat as much as they wanted not surprisingly this led the rats to gain weight. But when they gave him the same diet and let them eat as much as they want. But only for eight hours a day, they didn't gain weight. In fact, the rats that started out overweight actually lost weight. It seems like the extended fasting period did something to the rats metabolism or maybe their hormones that caused them to either burn more calories or store less fat and if the same were true for humans. That would mean that as long as we kept our mouths shut for twelve to sixteen hours a day, we get all the pizza cheeseburgers, French fries and ice cream we wanted and not gain weight I mean signed me up unfortunately as is so often the case it didn't seem to work quite as well in humans simply restricting your food intake to a shorter window did not seem to change the rate at which humans burn calories or store fat. It did sometimes lead to modest weight loss but this was due to the fact that people following the schedule simply ended up eating fewer calories. No metabolic magic there. In my experience, the benefits of a restricted eating window are purely behavioral. When you limit the number of hours a day that you eat, you often end up eating less which leads to weight loss, and if this turns out to be an easier or more comfortable way for you to limit your food intake than this could be a very successful long term strategy for weight management. I've certainly heard that from many people that I work with. But if you don't eat less, you probably won't lose weight. Now there is just one possible exception. To the extent that there is any metabolic magic in our meal timing, it seems to hinge on eating our calories earlier in the day. So instead of eating between noon and eight PM, you might eat from eight am to four PM and then fast all the way until the next morning this is significantly less popular for obvious reasons, and that's why the authors of this latest study made their eating window from noon to eight pm

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"eight hour" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"eight hour" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Listen and subscribe to life Kit. And we're back so Scott. Douglas about what you feel has actually changed in democratic politics since this moment since twenty ten. Yeah I think. The Democratic Party has gotten a lot more outwardly. Populist obviously populism has always been a threat and the Democratic Party but Bernie Sanders was really an outlier and the steel. A lot of Democrats were mad but he was really the only one taking taking this forceful stand. Only two other Democratic senators joined him in this filibuster to give him a little bit of a break and there's one moment that really just crystallizes all of this to me me. And that's when Bill Clinton is talking in the White House early on one of the first things he says I should say I'm really wealthy and that I'm going to benefit from this tax break and I just WanNa put it out there now. There's no world where you would see somebody saying something like that. Now you know another thing that struck me about it is like that speech. Yes yes it was about this tax deal but it was really about Bernie Sanders worldview. It was him laying out all of these ideas and themes that we've heard repeatedly on the campaign trail and there was obviously not room to touch on all of the points he made in the eight and a half hour speech but there are so many refrains that just like are central themes names that he talks about every single day and has been for years and it just all came together in this one moment. One thing that I didn't really get a clear answer on with a lot of people I talked to was I asked. Do you think this deal would happen today. Do you think it would get the votes. Had got in the Senate today and a lot of sanders supporters had absolutely not. There's IT's no way I talked to Harry Reid a lot reporting the story. He was the former longtime top senate. Democrat Minority Leader Majority leader at different points and I asked him. Do you think this still happens happens. And he says I don't think that the Bush tax cut extensions do end up in that final package if it happens today though I will say that last week Congress voted Oded on a number of deals that include tax extenders and other tax breaks and basically there have been some deals made that Ed. I'm not convinced that are all that different than what sanders gave an eight and a half hour speech about so Scott at the end of this piece. You outline a kind of central question in that I think we not only heard Bernie Sanders but we have already heard a lot about in this twenty twenty campaign cycle and that's this question about compromising or fighting. What is the right tactic? What's the right strategy for Democrats to take? How do you think that is playing out now? I think it's a defining argument in this presidential campaign. I hadn't fully realized until I started reporting this how central a role Joe Biden played in putting together this deal that Bernie Sanders opposed. But it's something that Biden is really at awed with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders on in this campaign. The idea of cutting deals of incremental progress. It of course plays out mostly on the healthcare front. Do you totally Redo obamacare or do you build on it and Joe Biden's like a central argument of his campaign. Is that the Democrats who just want to fight. Who Don't want to compromise? Cut Deals are very vocal are very public but they might not be the majority of the democratic electorate and that's something that we are going to quickly get some receipts on when people start loading next month as much as for Bernie Sanders fighting is the answer and and not compromising. Values is the answer for Vice President Biden who I've worked on a profile of that sort of ability to compromise or the ability to bring people together her that's like fundamental to his pitch. It really is as you say. It's just a major contrast between the two camps in the campaign. All right. We're I'M GONNA leave it there. Make sure to listen to the rest of this candidate series. We will have new profiles in your podcast feed everyday this week and you can chat about them in our facebook group at in dot com slash politics podcast. I must much all it covered. Twenty twenty campaign. I'm Scott Troy also the campaign and I'm Tamra Keith. I covered the White House House and thank you for listening to. NPR politics podcast..

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"eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"But you were handed down order a if someone and all state right now and really looked at the weather for down San Antone owner Jerry I'll get me a little I know it's winds blowing because winds blowing up here just yet I have the south a little while ago or you got you all got a good wind down there well yeah yeah I cancelled eight hour trip the but to date eight hour trip cancel the girls cancel it yesterday warning because we do is going to be bad but I'm gonna tell you there are some people here hello I have a late hour trip schedule only got one vote right now all the plane that the minute but stock obey trip in there and when I left the store last night I had thirty on the bay trip so there are some folks here it was busy I'll kind of wanted to close last Friday club because people kept coming in the door so well it it drives the girls crazy but when I got people coming in the door I don't close you know I mean for yeah that's what we're there for you know but the when I listen I'm told yes you the morning it was nasty and it was nasty almost all the way to corpus yeah but down here and it was beautiful and sunny Wendy one sunny and six forty nine people on the sunset cruise last night in about thirty minutes before we left Gladys well that's good well that's the way it goes you know sorry folks might not see the sunset tonight peek my head outside yelling just fix my head to the store I don't know if it's cloudy or not last night I could see some stars but yeah windy not with this one it had with day trips this weekend it's.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"This is an eight hour acid trip. This is the mask off and now you're this sort native karmic momentum. That's moving through a house of mirrors which is just a projection of your Karma onto the mirrors except the mirrors. Don't just reflect your car. They become living beings that come up to you and talk to you. Torture torment you and so you get freaked freaked out because you WANNA body again because you're very vulnerable in this mask `less moment just a little ripple of Karma or moving through time and so then you're freaking the fuck out and and in that freak out session you end up coming back here and you. Maybe you'll come back as a human. Some people come back here like people running out of a burning building. Some people come back here with some intention describing these salvia youtube videos like real ones where people like Justin show me some of those Justin Roland like he's. He's like Oh yeah. There's a there's the silly salvia videos but then like it's like it's dark thing and Justin had done it. I never did it but he said Yeah. It's it's like it's ego death in it's it's like you're locked in a fucking coffin like you knew suddenly lose all st awareness of your existence like jestingly described like he <unk> like the idea idea of like all of a sudden being in a field and all of his friends laughing at him because he his whole life had been fake and the real them were like watching him this whole time but he did you see those youtube videos or anywhere people they the giggle and then they go into silence and then they you start like they start moving around and they're like moving around as if like in this panic because the movement isn't isn't accomplishing anything but they're feeling the effects of their body colliding with foreign objects they just don't know who they are why they are where they are her and so people just like climb out of windows seen it a like it that's. I watched it and I was like there was a spiritual component to that that was terrifying in the lakes terrifying him because that is sort of a metaphor for it's what you're describing. It's like this idea the idea of like if you were able to remove the Dracula mask and then the Melvin the accountant mask underneath like would you ever come back the death and you this is why yeah no you're number one..

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"eight hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And about a forty eight hour window of light snow possible starting around sunset tonight. We're going to see accumulations anywhere from two to four inches in the city possibly up to eight in the foothills CBS four meteorologist Chris speier says metro area highs will be in the single digits overnight and just the teens tomorrow Denver police investigating after a single car crash involving former Bronco Maria's Thomas police spokesman j Casillas says it happened early yesterday morning honoraria Parkway luminary information indicates that the vehicle was travelling inbound honoraria Parkway near twelve th street when the driver lost control the vehicle causing your quarter and come to a stop in the grassy median boulevard Casillas. Says Thomas another man and a woman were found inside the car. He says all three were taken to the hospital. The woman reported to have possible serious injuries. Although non-life-threatening Thomas in the other men were reported to have minor injuries and police continue to investigate the Rockies AA affiliate in Connecticut is shelling out a new rule at its concession stands. Peanuts or crackerjack the old ballpark in Hartford. Connecticut where the minor league baseball team. The Hartford yard goats announced this month. It is going completely peanut free. The organization food allergy research and education says one in every ten adults and one in every thirteen children has some sort of food allergy up to two percent of children are allergic to peanuts. Dave Schreiber, ABC news and college basketball buffs in Arizona in boulder. Our coverage at five thirty this afternoon next update at nine thirty David Kay, okay away. Newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Little bit cold but a beautiful day. And the drives.

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"eight hour" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"I have an eight hour walk or sorry. Eight mile walk. I can't remember what it is. It's eight something about the same thing. I think it's like eight I think it was eight hours four hours each way to work to walk their he lives in India. Wow. And and I was like, wow. That's a lot of my voice in your head every single day. But he's like, yeah. Who Blong as well? Then india. Yeah. What the hell man crazy? It's the best feeling ever. And it's not like a friend of a friend or like, hey, like, you know, sort of mom only about your clothes on a t-shirt at Mace. Yes, exactly. Like don't get me wrong. That's great. But it's like somebody who has no obligation. They chose to give you that time or money. It's cool. Yeah. What it was the plan all along for you. Right. Like this wasn't a surprise. It has worked out. It was the plan. Yeah. And that's why you'll ever everyone. Ask me. Like, do you think it would ever? Did you ever think it would get this big the? Answer to that is. Yes. Because when you're planning it, you're planning how to make the next biggest clothing line in the world. Right. Like, that's what your game planning for. And then at the same time when it actually starts to work and connect, and like I said it gets a life of its own. And these weird things start happening. It's just cool as so cool. So I guess I plan for it. But at the same time, it's amazing could have also not worked out. I mean, there's a trillion different ways it couldn't work right places, and you can tell this is a clothing company in the office where we're in. If you're listening only because there's clothing everywhere everywhere, and you it's something about that. I don't know what it is. But you know, when you go in like an art studio. There's pain everywhere this canvas everywhere there's metal everywhere when somebody's making something there's wires everywhere. There's would everywhere there's metal everywhere. But when you go to like somebody who's not really doing much their offices, clean rusty. They've got like a couple shirts in a frame the like that's our product right there. They got some bobbleheads on a on a shelf through this place. You can sell sells a lot of closed because you you're like, it's all but tripping over boxes full of new stuff. And I'm gonna be honest. It drives me nuts. I'm glad you put it that way. Because it made me feel a little bit better about the mess. But like I have it on my to do list like to completely re vamp the office, you know, pain put up new logos. And whatever and I keep. Asking everyone like isn't there just a side room somewhere where we can put all of these things? And like there just isn't you know, like sure have someone else do it. Yeah. Tuck man, I want I want the cool pristine office. I don't know. But I don't know, man. There's something about like it's that energy of being in a place. That's doing the work. It's like a factory where the machines are running right versus where. It's quiet, right? Yeah. There's a lot of a lot of clothing be made in here, you probably that. Yes. He could tell maybe not much else. Yeah. You you do draw the line well between being a celebrity that sells products and an entrepreneur though. And that was one thing I wanted to to highlight because there are a lot of reality people or celebrities in general that sell products, but you decided to actively ditch that and become the business owner, and I think that's important especially for a lot of.

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"eight hour" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"To spell it because it's a little hard to catch verbally at C. A L M like calm down calm dot com. And Peter's the producer of a movie called the Bob Bob land, which we're gonna talk about. But I want to say Kate, and Peter we will let you talk to don't worry. It's. But it is our show. Gosh gardening. But I want you know, I'm getting on a plane to New York tomorrow. And as you were describing this app. I was thinking maybe I should download that. And listen to it on the plane. Yeah. So I'll check that out. All I will report back. Do you think we should let Peter talk? Now, I think we should Peter. So here's the question, you, I want to ask you this. You are the producer of this new film baba land for calm dot com. And apparently, it's an eight hour slow motion film about sleep. But the thing about sheep sheep. Not sleep Pence lead go together, by the way, it's billed as the dullest movie ever made. What is that about? How did you come up with that idea? Yeah. And if you're the guest we've ever had this interview is not going to last very long. So unlike the sheep you'd better. Five minutes. I'll be doing a poor job. Yeah. We came up with the idea because a lot of people use com dot com. As a way to help them get to sleep and one of the most popular features dot com or their sleep stories or bedtime stories to growing up. So we were we were chasing in talking. We. What would be the ultimate, insomnia, cure, and one of the ideas, Jesse was an eight-hour slow motion movie about sheep? Sorta the antidote to Hollywood action movies where movie. Like, the Bourne supremacy, for example, the average camera shot last about two seconds of square where we have camera shots over an hour long. 'cause basically consisted eight hours. Cheap standing around in a field doing very little. So we we are billing it as you say as the Dallas movie ever made and as the ultimate insomniac cure. So is it eight hour is it significant that it's eight hours long or did you get bored after eight hours? The reason for eight hours, of course, is because that's the number of hours. We're we're supposed to sleep together. Good night. The director's cut was about twelve or thirteen hours. We really had to battle with the director to get it down to eight hours. We may release that if there's if there's enough public. There's also a tray there that's just under nineteen seconds. You can find online by googling Bob. That's. Got time to. Eight hours. So far we've only released the trae there. We're gonna do the world premiere of the movie. In central London in the UK in September, probably mid September. We're also going to be doing a global webcast on the same day, which will be a world premier which will be on on com dot com. People across the world will be able to watch that. Are we are Kate nine invited to the world premiere because? You are certainly invited. There will be members of the cast attending. No, really. Yes. There will be exclusive. You were invited either to the premier in London or to watch it online on com dot com. We we also hope it will have those cute Scher on TV. I mean, it's an example of the art films known as close cinema, which is you know, is is characterized by very long camera shots and general lack of thought or action. But it's also an example of the growing genre. Slow tv. On a number of TV channels including net net flicks on the BBC and various channels in Scandinavia and extract the product are there is a growing appetite Chris TV long though programs in which very little happens. We expect that after primaries cinema. Cinnamon and on com dot com that it will have a.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The details of your trip, this is the episode for you the first thing you. Need to think about is how, far you're traveling and what your preferred mode of transportation is. Personally I have a rule that if it's more than an eight hour drive I would prefer to fly now that's. Not that easy to do with dogs, so I try and. Drive when I can if I, wanna bring them along but that's pretty. Much my limit for drive time in one day and that's kind of. The ROY creative for myself now that doesn't. Count for actual planned road trips in order to see things along the way that's a little bit different obviously when you drive far distances you're able to see. And experience things that you wouldn't be able to if you were flying now if you're lucky enough To, live just, a few hours away from a vacation destination with a nice body of water to offer consider yourself very lucky. And you better start planning that trip ASAP so let's talk about driving since it's most likely the most preferred method. Of traveling short distances with your dogs if he's ever taking your dog in the car you already know how they do with being in the, car for an extended period of. Time for my dogs I can't even say that word if I say car they raced to the door and they. Wait, and they don't forget about it I don't take them with me they're, still waiting they want to run. Outside and jump in the cars fast as. Possible so then I started spelling out cer that didn't work because they learn, how to spell I can't even say the word go anymore without. Them thinking that they're going somewhere it's the craziest. Thing now some dogs I know absolutely hate going in the car they get sick and they just don't do well in. The, car at all and I'm, really thankful that my dogs love the car now it could be for a variety of reasons. That, they don't like it Maybe they associated car ride with the dreaded. Vet maybe they've learned that word maybe you trick them by saying they're going to the park and then you. End up at the bet I've actually done that, one before or maybe they do get sick every time they go for a car ride now this is definitely. Something to consider when making your. Travel plans I would, suggest doing some test rides ahead of time you know if you're unsure about. How your dog might act small. Short trips are. Probably the best thing to do okay so before you do your test. Rides make sure you have the proper, equipment ready out depending on your dog size there. Are several options out there for making sure that your dog stay safe in the. Car their seatbelts there's. Carriers, that are designed for smaller dogs and of course there's. The standard crate if you have a larger dog I would recommend a seat. Belt or maybe putting them in a crate and my. Advice is to go by what your dog has used to doing at home If your dog is used, to being in a crate the. Bring his or her crate in the. Car if he, or she is used to roaming free will then might need to get them. Used to be restrained for safety so, make sure you test it out maybe bring it into the house if it's a. Car carrier bring it into. The house let them sniff it maybe put some treats inside, of it let them check it out get used to it so it's not so alarming and the best way to do this is to make sure you. Choose a restraint that is appropriate for their size and weight if. You have a larger dog seatbelt harness it's probably best. Just make, sure you're putting him or her in the back. Seat as buckling dogs in the front seat could be. Dangerous. If you get into an accident and, the airbag deploys that's kind of scary to think about and this is a. Good time to mention that allowing your dog to run free is a really bad idea so, if you're. Heading out for a long road trip just. Make sure that they're secured now we're. All probably guilty of it at, some point it's really not safe for anyone including you as the driver, and small dogs they can fit anywhere in the car which is really scary because they They could slip. Down by the pedals which is so dangerous and just the distraction and itself is not good and we all love our. Dogs and we want them to be, in our laps but it's just. Not safe so just make, sure that they are secured, and if they have, a tendency to get motion sickness make. Sure you're contacting your vet, before you leave asked. Them for suggestions hey there could be something that they they want you to try out but there's also medication it's also a good idea not to feed. Them right before you get into the car, hey you don't want them to have a full tummy because that could really lead to some sickness even if they don't have a tendency to get sick in the car now in order to. Keep your pups entertained in the car. You'll need to be ready with their favorite toys and treats I may end up sleeping the whole time but. You just never know so it's a good idea to, be prepared and I'll share some easy. Ideas for treats in the car. Later on okay, so now that we're good with the car ride part of the trip let's. Talk about the accommodations once you arrive, at your destination this is the Part you really, have to plan for doing research, ahead of time really comes into play right now, I know I've mentioned it. Before but the website bring Fido dot com is an excellent resource I use it all the time, for planning trips even if it's just an outing, for the afternoon it's, a, really great idea to plan ahead, to see where the dog friendly, attractions hotels restaurants you. Can search by city and it's really a great website it's laid out very nicely and. Easy, to navigate and it's a must if you're planning to take your dog anywhere especially long distances, and the last thing you wanna do is be stuck somewhere that isn't. Dog, friendly and let's be honest if they don't allow dogs, I mean who wants to go there anyway right so whether. You're staying with a family or booking a, hotel you have to plan. Ahead when bringing her dog there's so many things to consider when you add the dog component to traveling just be. Sure. You call ahead and verify that the police you're staying allows dogs and, if they do just be. Sure to ask if they require. A pet deposit So, you, know how to time and you know how much to budget. For also they may have a size or breed, policy so keep that in mind and make sure that you ask, a lot of questions if you're staying with family members or friends be sure to prepare them for. Your free guest you're bringing along you don't want, to just, show up with your dog or. Dogs. Be sure to know what pets they have at home as, well you know if they have dogs or cats. Themselves or any other animals who knows what kind of pets people have a, Guana birds you need to know that ahead of time and if your dog doesn't. Get along with these animals make sure you are prepared for that situation as well You. Know it's, always a good idea to bring a crate or some type of enclosure for, your dog when you're traveling and there are. Some really neat things out there like. Pop up tents like soft sided, tents that will collapse really good for traveling that way you don't have to worry about your. Dog not having their own space when you're away from. Home you. Know they might wanna just kinda take a break. From all of the. Excitement and retreat to their little tent and again just like with the car carrier it's a really good idea to get them used to that at home because. They're already going to be nervous being away from home you want to make sure. Everything is familiar as possible so bring those, things in time you know if you go out. To the store. And buy one or order one online make sure you do it, ahead of time so they know what that thing is they don't. Want to be surprised and that would probably cause a little bit of anxiety on top of being nervous about traveling so just get. Them used to it ahead of time all right so you've arrived at your destination in one piece, hopefully that's.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The details of, your trip this is the episode for you the first. Thing you need to think about, is how far you're traveling and what your preferred mode of. Transportation is personally I have a rule that if it's more than an eight hour drive I would prefer to fly. Now that's not that easy to do, with dogs so I. Try and drive when I can, if I want to bring them along. But that's pretty much my limit for drive time in one day and that's kind of the ROY creative for myself. Now that doesn't count for actual planned road trips in order to see things along the way that's a little bit different obviously when you drive distances you're able to. See and experience things that you wouldn't be. Able, to if you were flying now if you're lucky Enough to live just, a few, hours away from vacation destination with a nice body of water to offer then consider yourself very lucky and you. Better start planning that trip ASAP so let's talk about driving since it's most likely the most preferred method of traveling. Short distances with your dogs if he's ever taking your dog in the car you already know how they do, with being in the car, for an extended period of time. For my dogs I can't even say that word if I say car the race to the door and they wait. And, they don't forget about it I don't take them with me they're still, waiting they want to run outside. And jump in the cars fast as possible. So then I started spelling out cer that didn't work because they learn how to. Spell I can't even say the word go anymore without them thinking. That they're going somewhere it's the craziest thing now. Some dogs I know absolutely hate going in the car they get sick and they just don't do well in the car. At, hall and I'm really, thankful that my dogs love the car now it could be for a variety of reasons that. They, don't like it You know maybe they associated car ride with the dreaded vet you'll maybe they've learned that word maybe you trick them by saying they're going to the park and, then you end up at the bet I've actually done that one before. Or maybe they do get sick every time they go for a car ride now this is definitely something to. Consider when making your travel plans I would suggest, doing some test rides ahead of time you know if you're unsure about how your dog might act small short. Trips are probably the best thing. To do okay so before you do your test rides make sure you have the proper equipment ready. Out depending on your dog size. There are several. Options out there for making sure that your dog stay safe in the. Car their seatbelts there's carriers that are, designed for smaller dogs and of course there's the. Standard crate if you have a larger dog I would recommend a seat belt or. Maybe putting them in. A, crate and my advice is to go by what your. Dog has used to doing at home pay if your dog is used to. Being in a crate then bring his or her crate. In the car if he or she is used to roaming free will then When might, need to get them used to being restrained for. Safety so make sure you test. It out maybe bring it into the house if it's a, car carrier bring it into the house let sniff it maybe put some treats inside of it let them check it out get used to it so it's. Not, so alarming the best way to do this is to make. Sure you choose restraint that is appropriate for their size. And weight, if you have a larger dog seatbelt harness it's. Probably best just make sure you're putting him or her. In. The back seat as buckling dogs in, the front seat could be dangerous if you get into an accident and the. Airbag deploys that's kind of scary to think about and this is a good time to mention, that allowing. Your dog to roam free is a really. Bad idea so if you're heading out. For a long road trip just, make sure that they're secured you we're all probably guilty of it at, some point it's really not safe for anyone including you as the driver and small dogs they. Can fit anywhere in the car which is really scary, because they could slip down by the pedals which is so dangerous and just the distraction in itself is not And we all love our dogs and we want them to be in our laps but, it's just not safe so just make, sure that they are secured and. If they have a tendency, to get motion sickness make, sure you're contacting. Your vet before you leave ask them. For suggestions k. there could, be something that they. They want you to try out but there's also medication it's also a good idea not to feed them right before you get into the car. Hey you don't want them to have a, full tummy because that could really lead to some sickness even if you know they don't have a tendency to get sick in the car now in order to keep your pups entertained in the. Car you'll need to be ready with. Their favorite toys and treats they may end up sleeping the whole time but you just never know so it's. A good idea to be prepared and I'll share some, easy ideas for treats in the car. Later on okay so now that. We're good with, the car ride part of the trip let's talk about the accommodations once you. Arrive at your destination this is the, part you really have to plan for doing research ahead of time, really comes into play. Right now I know I've mentioned it before But the website bring Fido dot com is an excellent resource I use it all, the time for planning trips even if it's just. An outing for the afternoon it's a really great idea to, plan ahead to see where the, dog friendly attractions hotels. Restaurants you can search by city and it's really a great website it's laid out very. Nicely, and easy to navigate and it's a must if you're planning to take your dog anywhere especially. Long distances and the last thing you wanna do is be stuck somewhere that isn't. Dog, friendly and let's be honest if they don't allow dogs, I mean who wants to go there anyway right so whether you're staying with a family or booking a, hotel you have to plan. Ahead when bringing dog there's so many things to consider when you add the dog component to traveling just be sure. You. Call ahead and verify that the police you're staying allows dogs and if, they do just be sure. To ask if they require a, pet deposit just so you know how to time and you know how much to budget for also they may have. A size or breed policy so So keep that in mind and, make sure that you ask a lot of questions if you're staying with, family members or friends be sure. To prepare them for your. Free guest you're bringing along you don't want to just show up with your dog or dogs be. Sure to know what pets they have at home as well you know if they, have, dogs, or cats themselves or any other animals who knows what kind. Of pets people have you know a Guana czar, birds you need to know that ahead of time and if your, dog doesn't get along with these animals make sure you're prepared for that situation as well you know, it's always a good idea to bring a crate, or some, type of enclosure for your dog. When. You're traveling and there are some really neat things out there, like pop up tents like soft sided tents. That will collapse really good for traveling that way you don't have to worry, about your dog not having their own space when you're away from home you know. They might wanna just kinda take a break from all of the excitement and retreat, to their little tent and again just like with the car carrier it's a really good idea to get them used to that at. Home Because they're. Already going to be nervous being away from, home you wanna make sure everything is familiar as. Possible so bring. Those things in ahead of time you know if you go out, to the store and buy one or order online make sure you. Do it ahead of time so they know what that thing is they don't want to be surprised and that would, probably cause, a little bit of. Anxiety on top of you know being nervous. About traveling so just get the news to it ahead, of time all right so you've arrived at your. Destination in, one piece hopefully that's.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Hey, everyone welcome to a special episode of piecing it together. Normally we talk about new movies on this podcast, but this is going to be a special different kind of episode. We're going to be interviewing the producers of the Las Vegas forty eight hour film project. The forty eight hour film project. If you've never heard of it before is special event happens all over the world, different cities where teams of independent filmmakers get together and they have a certain set of rules that they have to follow. But they have to actually create an entire short film within forty eight hours and it's a whole competition and everything and their screenings at the editor's and all that kind of stuff and awards. And it's a lot of fun. I've actually participated in quite a few times if you go over to my music website by David Rosen dot com, you'll be able to read some blog posts about some of my experiences with the forty eight hour film project. I've worked on, I think like seventy forty eight hour films before. But it's a really fun thing, and it is part of the world of cinema because I believe a lot of independent filmmakers get their start making these kinds of films. So I thought it would be great to sit down with the producers of this year's festival, Joe Luhan and Corey Taylor to talk about why they decided to go ahead and produce the festival how festival works and. Just about their own filmmaking projects because I've actually worked with both of them many times in the past, I've known these two for quite a long time. So it was agreed conversation is great to get to talk to them. And I sat this year's forty-eight hour project out, but I'm sure I'll be doing it again next year, most likely. But what follows is a great conversation before we get into it please? If you haven't yet subscribe to our show, piecing it together is available on pretty much every podcast app..

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"eight hour" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"And the does all ten of those those all dropped your phones on the same day and they're going to be vulnerable to predation for forty eight hours then black bear is gonna eat one or two in that forty eight hour window in the other eight are going to be by that point up and running around now picture that those those came in and they spread it out so that one had a baby every two weeks probably all those funds will be dead yeah exactly so it's just this predator swamping is something that takes place with like bird nesting colonies yep yeah so having having those those carnivores consuming some funds as part of the system you know another interesting question for the guy would be houses deer hunting bed has he been able to fill tags as you see in deer sounds like the guy who's paying attention to the local landscape my guess is he's probably a on the upper end of the distribution tale in terms of hunter successor yeah he's he's active in the outdoors so he's probably a good hunter yeah but here there's another thing too you gotta get into it this is does does the idea of like carrying capacity so how many adult deer can the landscape support and oftentimes you're gonna wind up with a somewhat i mean there's all kinds of very abilities and things are happening in mass crops in the weather and all this stuff but you're going to have a sort of sense that the area can support x number of deer through the winter.

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"eight hour" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"I didn't really was putting eight hour well she gave us a break and i wanna get break journal any six in northeast my homeboy is doing fucking eighty signs i enjoyed it history we had our break very i gotta go back to rehabilitation school boy loved when he got something sirria because he got me punch really find stunner shape so i'll man another still down to get high quarter for sure will join you for weed not some dave for crack do they know drew this magin here for way that we will have to best owner films of all time oh yes that is what is the best store film is it's pretty up there definitely up there so my favorite and friday open you know what's for friday is pretty funny it's funny i seen it put a first time like all the way through maybe like two years ago and i was like yeah like all of that mass movie up in smoke definitely go for twenty playlist halfbaked how hard do they were gonna make a high to go of resins pretty funny yeah but it's not it's not the quality of what friday how higher halfbaked i don't i don't know i don't know i would debate otherwise because you watch that movie and kicking out the cough car that kicking out the windshield or him going to the family for for for dinner two times that will be funny shit there's movies that also that might we've movies but they're funny as hell to watch highlights.

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"eight hour" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Dismembering chickens are not allowed to use the bathroom for the full eight hour workshop so they're told they had to show up in diapers i've had even libertarian free marketeers feel outraged at this fact but here we have hundreds of thousands of workers who can't even perform their basic bodily functions in a dignified way at grave cost not only to their health but to their ability to present themselves in a respectable way to others okay so i mean with that essentially out there so we have this we have this we're we're subject to this i guess private government relationship why in you know i've spent a lot of time over the years talking to libertarians so let me let me the put my let me pretend i'm a libertarian for moment and we believe me which is which is difficult but why is this not why is this not simply a contractual agreement in other words you know for libertarians that i have spoken to the idea that the government that their definition of government would be i believe having a monopoly of force and why is it why do you consider a an employer to have a monopoly of force when it is a contractual agreement that the worker has entered into and authencity can walk away from nobody's forcing you and the an employer does not have the ability to force you to take this job that's quite right so that's exactly what libertarians say you have freedom of exit you can quit whenever you like so if exit rights were sufficient to.

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"eight hour" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The school shooting there's no this is no place safe left in america no place nothing safe anymore you got whereas their safety in this country tell me a church gets shut up a school get shot up wear whereas their safety in america no one knows which way to turn anymore it's affecting everybody that i know you can't pretend that isn't you can make believe you're a big macho dude that it doesn't affect your done you'll be amazed man it should affect you the as a story of a child on an eight hour flight from germany to newark who were screaming for eight straight hours with a tantrum the mother did nothing the child was banging the ceiling banging shares no one could do anything because if the if the flight attendants had said anything the mother would have sued the airline with the help of the aclu because you see children have unlimited rights to do anything they want you don't want to interfere with the creativity to everyone on the airplane had to listen to the toddler's eight hour demonic screaming tantrum on the international flight the mother than control of she let him do whatever you want running up and down the aisle now what does this have to do with the shooter everything and nothing everything and nothing yesterday i said it's time for the preventive detention of dangerous use on drugs he could have been and should have been he certainly shouldn't have only they are fifteen how do we buy one a year ago if he had been thrown out of high school because he was a troublemaker and he was in a school for troublemakers why should he have been allowed to buy in ar fifteen tell me why there was nothing in the background check which asked about that mike have you ever been removed from a school why with the schools not in any contact at why because the.

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"eight hour" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Of the intelligence agencies to get involved in this matter the president's actions on the airplane with regard to that statement or a variety of other things i think you technically have a case of obstruction of justice alert loss unless saying that this is the case that you would necessarily bring at this point and i don't know what other evidence the special council has but i think just on the basis of what has been reported in the media in assuming that that the rules reports are accurate i do think that you have the technical taste of obstruction of justice people are in an alternate universe i they they're in a different world did you see nancy pelosi yesterday for eight hour eight hours rambling on about because she's so worried about daca the president doesn't want to deport these sons and daughters of illegals i get it i know you're gonna kill me every time i say this every time i say i don't think this country has the stomach to start kicking out the sons and daughters of illegals because even though yes these these sons and daughters are illegals to they had no say in this they had no choice in the matter i i have to admit and this is an issue that i know many people disagree with me about and that's okay i just got got to speak by heart i got it i just share with you how i really feel and i just don't believe that americans want to deport the sons and daughters of people who illegally immigrated to this country i just don't and and i don't want to be on the side of list of their many evangelical christians there many evangelical leaders who are saying we've got to have some heart we got to have some compassion.

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"eight hour" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on WGTK

"Of the intelligence agencies to get involved in this matter but if you look at the president's actions on the airplane with regard to that statement or a variety of other things i think he technically have a case of obstruction of justice i'm not loss unless saying that this is the case that you would necessarily bring at this point and i don't know what other evidence the special counsel asked but i think just on the basis of what has been reported in the media in assuming swimming event those reports are accurate i do think that you have the technical case of obstruct in of justice these people are in an alternate universe i they they're in a different world did you see nancy pelosi yesterday for eight hour eight hours rambling on about because you so worried about daca the president doesn't want to deport these sons and daughters of illegals i get it i know you're gonna kill me every time i say this every time i say i don't think this country has the stomach to start kicking out the sons and daughters of illegals because even though yes these these sons and daughters are illegals to they had no say in this they had no choice in the matter i i i have to admit and this is an issue that i know many people disagree with me about and that's okay i just got got to speak by heart i got it i just share with you how i really feel and i just don't believe that americans want to deport the sons and daughters of people who illegally immigrated to this country i just don't and and i don't want to be on the side of listen there many evangelical christians there many evangelical leaders who are saying we've got to have some heart we got to.

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"eight hour" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Ultimate insomnia cure so is eight hour is significant that it's eight hours long or did you get bored after eight hours the us jobs our is the reason for eight hours of course is because the uh the number of hours that the we're we're supposed to sneak together good night's sleep but uh the directives cut was about twelve or thirteen hours we really had to baffled the directed get it down to eight hours so we may release out if this is if there's not enough public do not there's also a trade of their that's just under ninety seconds you can find online by googling blah blah blah and so um that's for those who haven't got time to uh to watch the whole eight hours we we so far we've only release the tray there were going to do a world premiere of the movie um had a cinema in central london and the uk in september uh probably mid said we're also going to be doing a global webcast on the same day which will be a world premiere of which will be on hong kong dot com said people across the world we'll be able to watch that um are we to saarc eight nine invited to the world premiere because i in a thing or i certainly invite him that what we members of the cast attending no yes the exclusive but you're invited to the either for the premier in london or to uh ports to watch it's uh online at amazon com dot com we also hope it will have those teacher.

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"eight hour" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"eight hour" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Enjoy this christmas presentation of their fathered year son to live eight hour now i want to talk to you about what how began asked my dad all these philosophical questions after he give me a lot of his biographical stuff out you know how he lived in where he worked in what he did and the jobs he had and joining the marine becoming a month point marine coming back from the rain trying to get a job as a shorter to cook uh being told we all higher uh in the end they would use the racial epithet to his face and the coming to california trying to get a job with um a a restaurant as a cook because he cooked in the service and he was told he didn't have references which of california's more advance way of saying we don't hire any ends here and any work to fourtime john through the janitor and equipped for a family on the weekend in the winter night school a few nights a week to get his ged i his cafe and runs it until his 80s uh and as a if the clear formula i watched the asylum ramsey guy on reality tv who is trying to fix restaurants because they are so difficult to run you have to have put in so much from a china's and and care into a restaurant in order to keep the door open in fact when my dad finally sold the restaurant and a jumping around a little bit my dad finally sold the restaurant i said dead a hannawald illegal work with it i thought dead this restaurant will not say open for another three months he could do you say that i said look at all the care and attention you put into it you're always open his theory you're always closed at at 230 baked the biscuits fresh my dad may german chocolate cake from scratch my dad may cherry a cake from scratch my dad may down pla with a pumpkin pie a four a yelm what with the stuff that you make a if not pumpkin pie same color um i think of it in a second he made special pies like that he made the peach harbor he made amazing amazing pies through potato bread that's what it was pluto brett tomas looking at me larry don't you know what's sweet liberties are you are.

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