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"eighty five years old" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Thousand and ninety seven seven and streaming on your smart speaker it's four thirty america it's in the twenty four seven northwest news are coming up three students are identified after the most recent incident at a local school it's currently forty six degrees with partially cloudy skies in downtown seattle here's abc two elderly women released by hamas militants one of them is eighty five -year -old jakovet lifshitz this this is her daughter sharonne my mom is very much hoping that all the people that were with there will come back abc news chief foreign correspondent ian panel with more she and seventy five norit -year -old cooper were released by hamas touching down in tel aviv overnight both of them seen in this video released by hamas handed over to red cross officials the two women kidnapped alongside their husbands who were still believed to be held captive when hamas stormed their kibbutz near ozz on october seventh their release bringing the number of freed hostages to just four as pressure mounts to get the two remaining hundred nineteen including americans out israel stepping up its bombardment of targets in the gaza ahead strip of an expected ground invasion against hamas militants in the north possibly against hezbollah with continuing coverage israel hamas war sherry preston abc news news radio 1000 fm9077 stay connected stay informed it's 4 31 here's the top stories recovering for tuesday october twenty fourth three students have been identified by auburn police after a group of masked individuals entered riverside high school and assaulted five students on the forest on a nose
"eighty five years old" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Jennifer Kiper. Israel says Hamas has released two more hostages, this time two Israeli women. CBS's Charlie Daganah. Eighty -five -year -old Joshevet Lifshitz. Seventy -nine -year -old Norit Cooper. Their husbands are still thought to be in the hands of Hamas. Ahead of their release, Joshevet's grandson spoke of his grandparents' kindness. My grandfather and grandmother were taking the sick people from Gaza Strip who cannot get their treatment to Israeli hospitals. It comes as Israeli forces launched a ferocious new assault across Gaza. Last week Hamas released two American women, a mother and her teenage daughter. Israel says over 200 others are still being held hostage. The Gaza Health Ministry says more 5 than ,000 Palestinians have died. Israel reports more than 1 ,400 deaths. An off duty pilot is facing attempted murder charges after allegedly trying to shut down a Horizon airplane's engines on a flight from Everett, Washington to San Francisco. CBS's Chris Van Cleve with more. Police say 44 year old Joseph Emerson, an off duty Alaska pilot riding in the cockpit jump seat, allegedly attempted to turn off the plane's engines at about 31 ,000 feet. Emerson was handed on the ground. the crash. Emerson was handcuffed in the back of the plane as pilots made an emergency landing in Portland. were There were no injuries. House Republicans are meeting right now to choose a new speaker candidate. CBS's Nicole Killian says majority whip Tom Emmer of Minnesota has emerged as a front runner. He really is at the the center guy who of has been a lot at of these contentious negotiations, whether it was over the debt limit, over Burley funding the government this fall. He's the one that has brought all different factions of the wanting to get their Republican conference into his office to hammer things out. Morning fog and nearby fires led to multi -car crashes in south Louisiana today. WWL's Chris Miller. Marsh fires in the New Orleans area made worse by a summer drought since smoke across the region. National Weather Service forecaster Chris Bannon says the smoke particles make it easier to collect dense fog and hundreds of cars traveling in that zero visibility on a section of interstate elevated above the swamp end up in multiple crashes in multiple locations on different on each side of I -55. Louisiana State Trooper Kate Stegels has two motorists died in the crash. Chris Miller for CBS News, Orleans. New New study says no matter how much the world cuts back on carbon emissions, a key and sizable chunk of Antarctica is essentially doomed to an unavoidable melt. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you need Indeed because Indeed's all -in one hiring solution helps you attract, interview and hire candidates all from one place. Visit Indeed dot com slash credit. It's 804 here on WTOP on Monday night October 23rd, 2023 57 now down to the 30s overnight. Mhm. Yeah. Mhm. Mhm. Good evening. I'm Dimitri Sotis with the top local stories following were this
"eighty five years old" Discussed on WTOP
"Passenger in that vehicle eighty five -year -old paul hessian was pronounced dead at an area hospital all three drivers were taken to the hospital for non sports at twenty five and fifty five powered by red river technology decisions aren't black and white think red well let's get to the sports and here's steve drusner intake there were plenty of positives certainly to take from the commander's seventeen to fifteen win over cleveland linda and that last night most of all was a very first win under the new team ownership of the driver was now wtop sports director and commanders be reporter george wallace has his take on this notable game in team history one in the stands right behind the bench not in a suite because he wanted to be out with the team and with the fans for me week that actually is one of the most impressive things that i've seen says a lot a lot of big words spoken and when josh harris is showing thus far nfl preseason football coming up shortly the ravens begin their schedule as well host the eagles they'll be a seven o 'clock kickoff now the commanders are back to the practice field after last night's win they'll hold joint practices with the ravens in a few days this leading up to next next monday night scheme against baltimore they'll be the home preseason opener at fedex field also coming up shortly we do a baseball down at nats park with the nats hosting two of this weekend series as jake irvin will be on the mound for the nats later on tonight at nine forty start from seattle baltimore taking on the mariners the oriole still hold a two -game lead over second -place tampa bay in the a l east steve drissner w t o p sports okay a steven coming up after traffic and weather will bring you the very latest on the devastating fires in the it's six twenty six every business deserves a great deal that's why for a limited time we're launching the mobile made free event with comcast business internet new and existing customers can get one year unlimited mobile for free you heard that right an entire year free it's our best internet powered by the next generation ten g network and with ninety nine point nine percent ability plus one line of free mobile for a year mobile made free event is happening now get started with fast speeds and advanced security for forty nine
"eighty five years old" Discussed on WTOP
"Afternoon on wtop a police chase in arlington county involving a stolen ambulance followed a series of crashes on and near the 14th street bridge seven news is reporting that the initial crash happened just after three thirty on i three ninety five south of the bridge a driver said to be involved in that multi -vehicle crash near boundary channel drive reportedly got into the ambulance and tried to get away the ambulance was reportedly at stopped fourteen th and d streets in southwest d .c. after crashing into another vehicle at least ten traffic crashes ten are said to be related to this incident that has still tangled traffic on i three ninety five near the pentagon stay with us here at wtop for traffic on the eighth as we continue to track this story yesterday's crash in merryfield killed a man and halted traffic for several hours fairfax spax county police say just before noon a toyota camry slammed into a car at the intersection of arlington boulevard in stonehurst drive just on the road from the towers park baseball field after that crash the camera struck another car the passenger in that vehicle eighty five -year -old paul hessian was pronounced dead at an area hospital all three drivers were taken to the hospital for non sports at twenty five and fifty five powered
"eighty five years old" Discussed on WTOP
"You need to see the peanut butter cups right no i can really just say reese's and you'll go get some okay reese's reese's reese's really working actually reese's reese's this i'm onto something reese's is recent this is wtop eleven news fifty two and an update now on efforts to solve this week's killing in the campus of catholic university for eighty five -year -old maxwell emerson of kentucky was shot to death dc police have released surveillance photos of a suspect there are four images of a man in a in a black t -shirt top dot com emerson was found with gunshot wounds wednesday morning and rushed to a hospital where he later died twenty five thousand dollar reward is being offered to anyone providing information now and conviction to home improvement guru richard mccann who wants you to know not all faucets it's a are created equal i was a plumber for decades at one time i was approached by one of my customers who wanted to rebuild these really odd shape faucets that he bought in france he had to import the parts from canada how them i got to work i'll never be able to tell you so last week a friend of mine his faucet stopped putting out water not a big deal it just got a little stopped up from them replacing the water main so i said i'll just take it apart and fix it the more looked i at it the more i realized i couldn't this thing was maintenance proof you couldn't take it apart i tried and got frustrated after a while i threw it out and i replaced it i you can do maintenance on down the road that way you won't have to spend the money twice i'm richard mccann and i am your home improvement guru is luck on your side if so don't forget to pick up some power ball tickets for tonight's drawing you feel unlucky the potential prize for the massive power ball jackpot just made history someone could end up taking six home hundred fifteen million dollars in tonight's drawing that's the tenth largest powerball prize ever there have been thirty
"eighty five years old" Discussed on My First Million
"Was at spike in september of two thousand seven. I got a job working at spike tv in spite. Tv was the home of the ufc. And i was working in tv production. I thought okay. This is the best place tv production you have see. They're the home of the ufc. It's perfect after a week. There i walked into my boss's office. And i quit and i said I i don't really think this is the right fit for me. I'm not a real like they didn't do anything creative. I'm a creative guy. I like to think of ideas come up with things and they were just kinda the middle man. The ufc was producing all the contents. I walked into his office. I said i'm really sorry. Thank you for the opportunity. But i don't think this is the right fit. And i'm the kind of guy who when he's eighty five years old. I don't want to wake up. And say i. I could have done this. I should've under should've zagged. When zagged all that stuff. He was very upset. He said you're gonna regret this for the rest of your life. This is unprofessional. Knowns ever done this bubble buff and they made me stick around for a month and a half in my cubicle until they found someone to replace me and that was the crossroads of my life in fact our mutual friend. John was a part of this process where we would go for lunch during this process. I'm not doing anything. And i'm telling him i'm gonna start my own website and i'm going to start interviewing fighters because i really want to go into journalism. I really wanna show people. That i could be the howard cosell. The max kellerman the whatever of mma. And so i started to reach out to fighters via my space. And every morning i would post it interview with a fighter and i didn't care if people looked at the interviews or five hundred people if at the five hundred thousand. I just wanted to use that to show people that i could do that. Fourteen years later. I'm doing the same thing on my youtube page. And now i want to build this and grow it and use it as an opportunity to show people but for now it's just like giving me so much joy to go back to those early days and just talk to people about things and then now like last week i interviewed mardy fish the former tennis player. Who's been very open with his battles with anxiety and friends of mine. Who have never listened to my work. Watch my work ever..
"eighty five years old" Discussed on Bubbly Bibbly
"Growing. Well okay so. My next selection is called where the dandelions bloom by terror johnson. This story takes place during the civil war. Oh my god it's going back. It's about a woman who escapes her. Father and husband she disguises as a man and she endless in the union army taking the name thomas turner. She goes through the whole. You know she's an platoon blah blah blah. We'll she ends up meeting a photographer who's tried to capture the images of the war at the front line. It's a great story from the women's point of view about war. And i'll just say it's historical fiction with a twist so no i liked it. Okay yeah and the fact that she's escaping from her father and her husband is that escaping in that she she feel so passionate about the war or are they abusive to. They're awful okay again but she you know i mean i guess or is better than them so yeah that does sound pretty. It ends up being a really cute story. I'm not gonna give too much away about it But it's chance of finding true love. So i don't know if i'm adding any of yours i'm just saying i'm just saying hail mary project that will probably be your last. Okay my last one is a. Oh my gosh. It is such a beautifully cute marvelous book. It's called lillian box. Fish takes a walk by casts reina. That is why. I was interested in it. Because you know. I am a sucker for a clever title. So lilia lillian bucks. Fish takes a walk. The most reviews on good reads of any book presented. And it's just under four thousand. Many of our listeners have surely at least heard of it. it's about eighty five year old lillian. Box fish on new year's eve and she walks from her home to a restaurant through manhattan on the same path. She has taken yearly for decades and she stops along the way at these places she remembers has memories of bits and pieces from past and for example she stops in one bar and has an agronomy. And that's why. I was introduced an aggressively roman. Yes it was through this book and so another really really wonderful thing about this is that it is inspired by a real life. Person name margaret fish back. Who in the nineteen thirties was reputed to be the world's highest paid female advertising copywriter. So it's historical fiction with a very big hint of reality it's very very.
Mercury 13's Sarah Ratley Set out to Break the Glass Stratosphere
"Eighty-five years old five years old young correction i maybe five years young. So are you still fly. Or you still piloting plays yes. I fly with a friend of mine very often now. And i'm all used to all the newest equipment when i look at now and see a beautiful blue sky. I want to be up there sir. Bradley has spent a lot of her life pointed in one direction up and at times. She's tried to go even further. I wanted to find out new horizons. What isn't in star trek to go. Where no man has gone before we were leading the way to show that women could be in space to go into space. It's not easy. Astronauts are superhuman. god's basically that's victoria jaggard. She's one of my buddies here at national geographic and a fellow editor. She also writes about space. It is a physically mentally emotionally demanding. Job we are born raised evolved to be comfortable with this level of gravity with this atmospheric pressure. So if we're all meant to be earthbound how do we decide who makes a good astronaut. At the beginning of the space race nasa thought there was a quick answer but sarah radley and a bunch of other women made the country think again.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"That's by roger whittaker called. Durham town I don't know what your it was. He's still alive. He's eighty five years old. Born in nairobi is Parents were english. He had a remarkable education and has had a remarkable life. Fought for the kenyan side. In the ma'am our valium. I think that was in the early sixties. That's where they used that In that movie called the kitchen doto they use corgis retreat center in there Rondo in the movie. It's about the mau rebellion in kenya. Priest friend corky carlisle. Yeah who built a retreat or restored sugar plantation in kenya into a retreat center. And the he's still alive. He's living somewhere in ireland. Perhaps which that's the country. I would live in. If i didn't live in the us so wonderful place anyhow I you know it's funny but the summertime when i think about all these songs that i heard and usually it's associated with having been at a camp or on a vacation where there was a radio nearby and it seems like in the summer. They they kinda sink in more I don't know what it is. You're not occupied with school or worker things like that and so you you kind of your minds of little more open at least when i was a child and Do you find you. Connect music with fond memories. And that's the kind of bonds it in your mind or bonds it. Well let's just say. I connected with memories. I don't know about the fawn barred but For instance. I had to go to camp daniel. Boone which was torture. But i don't know if i want to know what song you remember from all so let's just say about nine thousand nine hundred sixty seven I would have been ten that summer. Be eleven and Had a counselor who left the radio on well. I can't sleep in a room where there's musical i'd lay there and you hear all these. You know Beatles songs all night long. The turtles happy together and Various tunes in the same thing. But i was talking about being in our. We'll talk about later about being in colorado at this mr shropshire and greenwald from seir. And all these guys put together trip. Tommy and jimmy were there. We went out to colorado and different people wayne marlow and different ones. And you know it rained a law. So you sometimes in the afternoon. We're just sitting in the cabin waiting for to stop raining and we'd be listening to the denver station and You know That's summer was get back by the beatles gene by oliver In the year. Twenty five twenty. Five by zieger in evans What else Crystal boo crystal blue persuasion by Tommy james and the shaun dell's so those are things that you know. I just remember. Because i have a good memory. I might have a lot of things l. Screwed up but the memories still functions properly. So all right. Let's do the next.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Of the the The details that they would provide you the with the commentators on the radio or just These guys new baseball and football and their sports and They were just You know a plus anyway paul. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you johnnie. And i'll say this. I've said this before. The one thing that that generation. I know i'm really starting to sound old school here. I'm not trying to. They also had command of the language. And i say this to any broadcaster you have to be well versed because there are. There are moments when you're stuck in outer space. John thank you so much what they call. What a pleasure. And what a trip down memory lane. I'm sure at least for some of us a few of you. You're going what. What did these guys just laying on a spaceship. But what were they talking about. Their hank is up next in the hank a hello can you hear me yeah. I sure can't thank you. Well i just wanted to get through speaking of memory lane. I'm from shelby county alabama. Where i just had to say paul. I'm a long time listener. First-time caller and paula. I'm not interested interesting to the lou to the listeners. But i was delivering the birmingham news in vj day. Nineteen hundred and forty five. Oh my goodness when they know you. Newspaper man in birmingham and policy. And thank you so much for having bill can the third own recently. And you brought up alvian who sinned marsupials and they remember all those guys in my youth. I'm eighty five year old. Hank tell me so Do you remember the headline that day. In the birmingham news crean japan. Something told me you would be able to remember that. Nobody could forget them. Japan to live again. Of course i was ten years ago. maybe five. Now i'm alabama polytechnic institute graduate now. My beloved auburn university and paula remembered mothers and grandmothers and wives leading me pushing my Western auto bicycle. I want so paperboard. They call them carriers now before the and was too young with the birmingham using ever knew older because You have you had the route. And and i sent my money. And every every week could birmingham and they never knew. I was just ten years old. So they have paul mooney memory lane and one. Other thing i'll i'll. I'll let you go out of people waiting. But i didn't know what you and i were talking about it while ago because i've been through carrollton mississippi many times. That's the home of bobby. Gentry right wrote old villager. Listen i love your show. thank you so much. Thank you for what you do for the conference. We all love this e. Thank you warn eagle. Thank you very much. And the i encourage any any any fan of music to to look up the song by bobbie. Gentry ode to billie joe. It's it's a chilling song when you when you start to dissect what it's all about especially when you were young person like like i man and i were when we heard it But it begins with of june. That's why we were. We were talking about today's very famous lyric and The the meaning of the song a youngsters trying to we try to. We were trying to figure it out At the time let's continue with more phone calls and scotty is in missouri. Hello scott writing about it. We're doing great thank you. that's great. Hey i love the show and listen to you for years actually with a trip and minnesota right now. We're fishing on. I've got my thirty five. Started listening to you now. Fantastic the i love the.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"There's it's okay. If there's an accident accidental shirtless pick but not like seven of your apps not sell fees you know what would be cute like patriots of you and your niece that is actually that is total bait for women and it works like a charm saying it works like charm like a few pictures of you and your knees and like literally early and and like a low following follower count like a low. You don't even go low follower and following and like seven pictures like took one in two thousand twelve one like you don't even your last one had like the border member and instagram had the border filter Looked like the edges were burnt off. We don't why you to be socially active. That's why mel travis barker. And i'm just going to say. Don't pretend like you're going to say that literally as you said the burnt off edges and seven picture. I was thinking. Not like travis barker. Listen my biggest thing right. i know see. We'd better win at the newlywed game. Which we want. We were not what it's gonna be interesting. It's funny you might be surprised how much i know about you. Well i think we get each other on so many levels. But i think we won't know like basic things i agree. Actually be the funding part So travis barker so travis barker which of course have to talk about the credentials for two seconds in any podcasts. That i do is that like. I'm so obsessed with kravis basically a kravis fan page But i keep on. These are things that keep me up. And like i think about them daily. Yes travis i know you are in blink wanted to. I know you're a big deal. Without corny like i know but you seem to be like were you. I wasn't following him until started dating corny. He wasn't like on. My thailand's like were you. This socially active like were you jackley. He's posting boomerang. Selfie boomerang like ma- ma- ma- every day there's like a picture of him but in a boomerang format stop shirtless pouty. Pow pow pow. But then it's like. I'll go through this rollercoaster and it's the same with him as it is with like. Mg k. That i'm like am. I attracted am. I not attracted like wrong and like these are decisions. I have to make because obviously these are options. That are present. I know i see you. I see you toiling on your page. It's like my turned on my not turn because like it's the same thing like mg k. Like am i into like the black tongue like gambro like yes cocaine like no but when he talks and he thinks like his daughter he has a daughter which makes him hot daughter. He calls megan. Fox's twin flame like first of all. Megan fox makes them hot. You know what. I mean like if he was with anyone if he was with megan kelly kelly fox meg machine liam. Kelly could be a vibe. That could be a couple name. Also just real quick. Sorry i can't help. But i'm excited for the lime live because i know nothing about pop. Culture and man is truly the connoisseur. And she's going to basically live rose to me the entire time ally disappointed at my lack of knowledge on pop culture. Megan kelly gentleman had to say. I love kelly machine. Gun kelly's hot. Kabul eighty five year old. Grandma who has the.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally
"Make myself safe fucking garrick. Because he doesn't deserve that for me. I will say derek because that's what roles naturally off of my tongue. I love it so anyways there. I will say danielle looks so pretty. She had a gorgeous dress on when she gets herself. All judged up she justin. She's gorgeous. She's anyways but i'm just saying like yeah. She looks so pretty On the heat night like you can tell. She's really trying to be attractive to her husband. Who is so obviously on attracted to her which is like the undertone of it. Right in it's upsetting the more. I watch their segments the harder it is for me to watch their segments. Because i want to feel bad for danielle but also. I've seen this time after time after time. Growing up that. She's in so deep. I know that there's no hope for her like it. Yeah this is her life and which some rumors swirling have you seen the rumors swirling an extended. Yeah but yeah I do love that during their conversation. She's like it's definitely god that kept us together. Yes she's like it. Wasn't you know it was god in. It wasn't me. Because i like him so unhappy and jealous. I mean it's true. I mean but the thing is is. It is hard like you could leave. You could leave. And it's insane to me that elaborating thirteen years of marriage and they're talking about burt. Oh yeah constant. I mean it's almost immediate. Yeah he she goes to bird and let's take a film for bird. Ferric is eighty five years old. Like i don't understand. They immediately started talking about her and getting into discussions of the visa. And i mean he at least in. Y'all has this one moment where she says. I really wish you guys would wait to have babies and the look on his. I may at least she says it. He was like what deer in the headlights. Why would you say that to me. Daniel why you gets that intense. Like no blinking stare of. How do i manipulate the situation. While he liked calculates everything he so sickening to watch. Well god doesn't want me to plan. God doesn't want me to wait. So i can't. I can't do that because that's not. What the bible tells me to do. Garrick what bible are you reading. Because i can think of three bible verses off the top of my head that tell you two things. That's the thing is sh danielle. Didn't come ready with her bible verses. She gave money with this. Yeah talking about. Don't fear for the future blah blah blah that one that everyone knows about not worrying and then when she says while the bible also talks about being smark where we talking about being smart. We're.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"You know in my twenties. I didn't you know. I partied a little bit. But not you know. It wasn't out of hand or anything by my thirties. Things ramped up in the forties. My i had met my husband. We were the life of the party. Sort of thing And my father killed himself. They your. I turned fifty. Oh and that. I felt so guilty about that. Because i felt like i should bow. Been there and that guilt checked my drinking into alcoholic drinking. So you know i was drinking heavily anyway and i had thought about quitting and just couldn't put it you know couldn't muster up the courage to do it and so then you know my my drinking really kicked into high gear and it took me a couple of years and i was Suicidal myself and so. That's what set me on. My you know my recovery path was a failed suicide attempt. And so that scared me. So we're basically and I haven't had a drink since and that was little over twelve years ago. Wow will there's a lot. There was a lot. There's one i'm so sorry about your father and And thank you for sharing that with us in to congratulations. I mean just kudos to you because again watching my mom through her journey You know. I know what what a process that is It really i know for her. It's daily it's a daily. Oh absolutely I don't wanna say battle but it's a daily experience for her. There's days that she won't talk about it. But she's eighty five years old and celebrating a year and a half sober yang mom and actually more than that in july. It'll be two years and so to me. I'm just so over the top proud of her But there are days that she'll say to me when i talked to her on the phone because we live five states away from each other and she'll say You know i thought about today now. She attributes it to god and she told jesus you needed to be healed and so she believes that it happened and then in social sale just i just look at his picture on the wall and i tell him. I'm having one of those days in that. He needs to get me through it and he does. And so i mean that's how she gets through it well and i think that that's how really anybody of able to stay sober. It may not be jesus but.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"That's just so great guys but detached from the games old school guy comes in as no clue what the new rules are how they hell i mean he just going to pop back in one thousand nine hundred five so basically just since we're talking about it. So essentially what happens. They go to extra innings. He puts his pitcher. Who made the last out in the ninth. I guess at second base not realizing you don't have to run your pitcher. They get kind of a pass and so here. He was admitting that he screwed things up. We all thought liam was going to be the runner. Nassau wondered if you wanna double switch to keep them in the game if you look at all back to moncada so forth. That's not who you aren't della switch out of the game. So i wasn't aware that brief to run i thought it had to be made the last out or that spot in the order right. We're double switch to. There's no evidence of chewing tobacco is harmful to either. You hit a tough day. And they lost another good. They're tied for first place. They've played well but that's not. That's not good when you say in my bed. Well i mean at least. He admitted he did all he did. I've seen it. How many times have we sat here. And you know we've listened to a coach. Tried to explain a decision that they made because they didn't know the rules but they wouldn't admit that they didn't know the rules. That is true. You're right we have seen that before. So when you're eighty five years old who gives a crap like he's not eighty five. I know nobody's in the seventies. Yeah i would say whatever. He's seen bore baseball done more baseball. What does he care made a mistake so watch for long as they win games right. Fine tony larussa is wow he. Seventy six seventy six each the morning show with boomer acid- in gregg giannotti boomer and geo in this one popped up..
The Mystery of the Treasure at Rennes-le-Château
"In nineteen fifty three eighty five year. Old marie dinar. No lay on her deathbed. She spent her entire life in a tiny hilltop village. In the south of france ren lucia cto penniless and never married. Marie had no one to care for her except the family that had bought her home years before the core booze in return. She promised them a deathbed confession for much of her life. Marie was the housekeeper of the town's former priest. Baron jay sewn year decades earlier son. Years struck it rich overnight but never disclosed the source of his sudden wealth except to his ever-present confidante marie. Marie had hinted to the core booze. That when the time was right she shared the of sonya's fortune making them rich beyond their wildest dreams. They recalled her saying quote. You're walking on gold. You could feed the village for one hundred years and they would still be some leftover sadly. Marie suffered a stroke. That left her unable. To speak or write she died on january twenty ninth nineteen fifty-three taking sauniere secret to her grave. Ever since hundreds of thousands of travelers been drawn to ren lucia toe in search of ancient mysteries and one very elusive treasure
"eighty five years old" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Agitated. Though is is a tapper disease to have at home. I don't know if there's as much of a choice of what you're talking about that makes sense right you know. What would it mean. They've been be better. What would be the percentage of people that have in in in the elderly. You know how many people have these mental health issues like like alzheimer's. What right now in orange county we have. You know. Eighty eighty thousand alzheimer's patients. But we have grown leaps and bounds. But it's as you get to eighty five unfortunately You know half of the population has some form of dementia at eighty five years old and some of its mild you know you have a mild form of dementia just where the person has short term memory loss and mild cognitive impairment. He might need to be reminded allies they may not be able to take their medications and league reminders. But those are mild cases but then some people do get alzheimer's disease which is a form of dementia. That is a much more difficult disease at eighty. Five you're really at risk. This is something five by could be left. Okay okay jackie here. Here's a question that i'm sure. Some listeners are are especially the ones that are that are maybe not that many that are my age but that are getting closer. I'm seventy one. What do i need to be doing now. That i can ensure or i can. I can mitigate me being alzheimer patient at eighty five years old. I think great question so there are things you can do and your physician should be at least. Are you doing physical once a year. That hurt to hurt. Yeah once a year you need to talk about the risk of dementia. Once you get about sixty five you know to say no. I don't wanna get this. What are some things i could do. And they're probably going to tell you to exercise to eat right The mediterranean diet is famous for healthy aging and the blue came. Be tell me the mediterranean diets. That's not and fisher. Say like wine. Yeah so you might want to check your level. So older adults with low d do get dementia and We find that it's a very big risk factor so your vitamin d levels should be analyzed. And if it's low take a supplement but not if it's not low only if it is and then take a full late. B twelve tests to see what that level is. If it's low you have to take. Because that's a risk factor with getting dementia and then another risk factor fish oil. What's your dha epa level. Is it as high as it. low If you need to take a prescription fish oil you know whichever one. Your physician believes is appropriate. Holy cow sunny like a doctor here with all these terms. I used to hearing it from all of our physicians that for our wonderful Residents just go ahead. Please please go ahead now. So so there's great physicians who know a lot about dementia and there are some that no nothing so if you have one. That doesn't know much you might want to look around for one that you know deals more with older adults and to check d. level and b twelve and full lay and thyroid. So your thyroid is off. You could get memory loss. And so there are things that mask dementia and those are reversible versus irreversible dementia. We categorize categorizes gerontologist into those two ways so the irreversible ones you want to. Of course those are sad and terrible but the reversible ones such as vitamin b twelve deficiency fully deficiency thyroid deficiency. Those can be corrected or water on the brain. that's called hydrocephalus. So hydrocephalus water on the brain can mask alzheimer's and you will get the exact same symptoms. You'll look at an older adult and say oh. He has alzheimer's in his eyes may be watering and he may be leaning and shuffling with his feet. Those are signs of hydrocephalus that alzheimer's patients don't often have but in any way the doctor should be ruling those things out with a cat scan or mri to say okay. Your dad has changed recently but he has some watery eyes and we wanna rule that out so good. Physician does a really great ruling out process and does an mri but there are some physicians that do nothing. And that's when we get into ageism and we see physicians who just say well. Your mom probably has alzheimer's there's nothing we can do about it but that's not true. There are medications for memory loss and alzheimer's and there are there is a ruling out process to diagnose it that we just talked about we wanted to look at irreversible and reversible causes to memory loss. And how can we make sure. We're not giving a blanket. Diagnosis doctors aren't doing that and Not discriminating against older people. 'cause really poor medical care toward an older adult especially with dementia is discrimination. We we shouldn't be doing that to them. They can't speak for themselves so we need to assist that older adult. Who has the disease and make sure we're doing the great work up on them. So jackie why would a doctor do that. why is it just is it. I hate you use the word laziness because doctors worked so hard. but it's just it could be there's so many Theories is terror threat. They made feel terrorized that they don't have the knowledge and or they could be fearing their own. You know aging process fearing getting alzheimer's and family members could be the same way so they made nor it they ignore the symptoms in the. Because they don't want to go there so they're fearful it could also be that physicians are very busy and and one study Showed that physicians would rather take on any disease. They went through aids. Huntington's all these diseases except alzheimer's that was last disease. They wanted to take a patient. This is an ama study. Another study showed that Med students nev. I mean rarely do they say i wanna be geriatric. Medicine wehrley It's the last pick. So i think because alzheimer's patients are so difficult to they take more time a lot more. I just told you they have to rule out all these things they have to You know make sure the family's okay. They have to give great suggestions. Like you need to maybe stop driving. It's such a harder job as a physician. Ice soom to take on an alzheimer's patient than someone with normal aging who how do they even normally aging cutted. They measure success. I mean is is it seems like it so that your comfort. Okay go ahead. They see an older adult. Who's comfortable. They're helping the family may be giving them referrals to alzheimer's orange county support group If they try their best.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Yeah i would say that. This that's seen is the first hint that we get that sydney is not the class class. He principal guy he's been trying to Portray himself as the facade is kind of it at least tainted there because even though he doesn't even though he does say no understood sleeping with you. Yeah about not there. I think in a when he's talking to her at the at the table where he says he doesn't talk. He hasn't talked to his kids in a while. And i start in. My mind is well. This guy's got to do some things really fucked up that it's kids won't even talk him and he has so he's not all of a sudden the the guy he's been pretending to be there are some real fuck ups in his life before that his kids won't even talk to me doesn't know what kids live in the script. There's a there's another scene where he calls his ex wife after that doesn't and it doesn't go well and i agree with cutting out. I don't need it. I don't wanna know. I can figure it out on my own and there's also flashbacks to His Being friends with john's father and the scene where he kills john's father. Oh through the active. That would ruin the movie. If that way i read the street scene and i thought i don't need any of this i don't want i don't wanna look at him as a young man and i don't need this at all. I think you can fill it in the acting so good that i don't need you don't you don't need all that stuff there. It's all in the face like it's one of the great faces and one of the things this movie does really well. And cisco Mentioned the review. But they're absolutely right. which is the way it uses. Insert shots an insert is where like you know. Someone's handing someone to something and you get close up on their hands on one of my favorite insert shots in anything in this movie. It's when after the hotel scene. Where where sydney cleans up. He then throws the gun and the Handcuffs in the sewer and we get the slow motion close up sliding into the sewer. And it's so elegant and we just keep getting people shaking hands and close up and all this stuff and you start to notice how important all that stuff is. Normally inserts are like a real bother and in fact a lot of inserts are shot with the actual actors in the blood on the sleeve that he has cover up. Yeah i noticed the normal. You would never think about an insert shot. I mean it wouldn't be so obvious about like. Oh and here's the reality of this year's the here because we don't that when actress don't really do in search is not available or it has to be thought of later or we need to okay. Show the guy looking at his watch so we can see the time all that stuff. I think it's important and i certainly did. I shot entrance with my actual actors. Because you really get a sense of how people behave and what. They're doing their life and get it can get a little phony. I remember writing about a movie many years ago. With luke wilson and sam jackson called meeting evil in which all of the hand close ups were someone who is much much older than luke wilson. So it was always distracting when you'd cut to the hands and it'd be a guy who was like eighty five years old so there's a video on my website called like i think like luke wilson's hands or something that i remember. It's narrow anymore. But it's just a series of insert of luke wilson. Then you see the inserts of the hands what away support that seems a detail that is a week excuse for not There is no good excuse for not getting a younger hand model. Because if all you shooting the and you don't have to be a great you don't have to get laurence olivier to do that stuff. You can get a younger man right. No i totally agree let's see I think we're at. I think we played the clip. Play all the clips. And then i. And then. I started talking about the friends of eddie coyle and i talked about bob lambert We talked about the differences in the script And jimmy slash damn like his his acceptance of six thousand dollars which i found very interesting we talked about cigarettes. And coffee. courtney vance. We wanted sort of different order than i pictured but we got we cover most of it Is there anything else you wanna you wanna cover or oh yeah just what is because in the end as you say it's it's You said it was kinda depressing having lived that life. I don't think it was necessary. Depressing i just think it's kind of To me it was well. This is a slice of that lifetime. Nobody if you don't live that life you really don't see this much of it and you know but degenerate gamblers who lived that life Is one of those you know. What was that story Most more stories than the naked city. that you know those those gambling halls casinos. At least when i was. I'm i haven't been in one in twelve years now but up until that point in my life where i don't there. Are this that story every other slot machine. There's a people like this very real people and that's my take away from it and so yeah i you know you're not happy but you realize allowed world is like that With their daily if you haven't seen it The best gambling movie ever made in my mind is called california's split Robert moved from the early seventies which is on amazon prime in the extended cut and features some the extended. Cut has some cheech and chong in it. Which i know is helpful for your. The view. did the other day the theatrical cut that you can get on. dvd is missing the cheech. And chong bit because they add some audio from cheech and chong bit and it's on amazon prime in the full cut and it is probably the i would say the best movie about gambling's with george segal and elliott gould. And it's about even the lower rent version of what you're talking about my father's favorite favorite movies gambling movies His other one was. And i forget the name of it now but David you'll hanson was in it and richard dreyfuss were were a play it What's it called. Oh said the horse racing move here. Does what my father's favorite gambling movies and my father was he. Was you know it was sydney. So so you but have you seen california split Not watched it. It was on my house. A couple of my father had had I think it was on. Hbo or something when he was running but he probably watched it like twenty times on and take a look at it on on amazon. Prime it is. It is a masterpiece. It an understanding of gambling and understanding of like the compulsion and that that Is really just. It's a remarkable movie. Highly highly recommended. I remember what it was called is called. let it ride. let it ride. I thought yeah. It's just seemed like to Too easy for to be that. But that was i guess. It can not a realistic movie. But like a but a sense of if you're on a roll kind of thing yeah. It was a realistic in the sense of a captured. The i can't walk away. I you know dell compulsive And that was part of my grownups completely. I mean when watch watch california split which george segal just died probably his best work whenever elliott gould was in a movie that altman directed which he did california split off in his best work that in the long goodbye as his best work and mash So really just a very stark funny loose movie but like with real understanding of of that like it was written by a real gambler. He had a sense of like right away. Like if you're into that like what. What is it like lower class gambling look like they nail that within the first five minutes the and also just like how people it's just about nothing it's just about like we're gonna i'm gonna win six bucks and i'm so angry about it because someone might steal at six bucks from that kind of thing.
From The Ashes With the Michels From Backyard Leisure
"So day on these retailer podcast. I have josh and earl michaels. They are a father and son. Team in indiana. Are you her right now. We are they are the guys who run backyard leisure with their main location in toronto and they have two locations in illinois. So thanks for coming on the podcast today. Guys thank you so this is a rare occasion. Where i'm not sure i have ever interviewed either of you before for the magazine or the podcast anything so this is kind of exciting because i feel like i get a whole fresh story that even i have heard before we're honored always start off getting people's backgrounds. Where did you start out. How did you get into the industry. How did you end up working in this company together. I guess you're probably the to start with for that all right well. How long do we have. The podcasts can go on for hours and hours. So it's really it's really depends on how chatty you're feeling alright so in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. My wife and i decided we wanted to zibo in our backyard. And i couldn't find anybody to build one by one from so i actually got a lead from a little company and southern indiana. That makes them. They referred me to a dealer quite a distance away and that particular dealer. Didn't want to deal with me from the distanced. So i called the company back and they told me well. The only way you can buy one is if you're a dealer so i asked them what that took and they told me so. We bought two. And i lived out in the country on a pretty well traveled road and We put one in the backyard where we wanted it and then we put one out front and i came up with the name backyard leisure and we opened a business account with thousand dollars. We sold our first gazebo to an old farmer. Who's eighty five year. Old wife had always wanted one. He came and bought it and took it home. He brought his tractor in his pickup truck and trailer and loaded up. Because he didn't want to pay me to deliver it so he took it home and put a big red bow on it. I suppose and gave it to his wife christmas so that was actually it is. That was our very first sale and then my career was in the insurance industry. And i was still active in the insurance industry so we started out very small. I put it a small display lot brought in a couple of more gazebos and some outdoor furniture and we sold some fairly successfully. I decided that. I would go ahead and expand that a little bit. We rented some ground and The prime retail area of tara. Hold indiana i put in zibo displays there. I've got a big sign with an eight hundred toll. Free number and i started selling gazebos by appointment one day. We got a call from a manufacturer. That's here in the midwest and they asked if we would consider selling hot tubs. I said well yell but we don't have any place to sell them so at that time there was a little corner not too far away. From where are gazebo display and tear ho was we ended up renting that it was a two car garage and small building that we used as a office and a small store where people could buy. Chemicals is very small so we did that. I believe that was from two thousand three until two thousand seven. That's how we sold hot tubs. I can't imagine you knew what you're getting yourself into with hot tubs because gazebos and even patio furniture. You kinda you sell it. You drop it off. And that's the individ hot tubs. There's a lot more touch points between the dealer and consumer that's right. We did have some inkling what we'd need. We hired a young man to help with our deliveries and our service aspect of it. Then i also had an older gentleman that would man the office building and sell for us. We were fairly successful on a small level. You know i mean enough to where it didn't cause me to thank well. I need to stop doing this. So in two thousand six. We decided if we're to do this. We need to actually find a place to do it. You can't sell hot tubs out of a two car garage forever. So we re released a six thousand square foot building. That was actually just right next door to where we had been operating. We lease that and we moved in there. After a year of being there under lease we bought that property and as time went by of course we expanded our offerings and so forth and then of course in twenty eighteen we had the fire and then once that happened we ended up moving into the location that we are here when you really decided to go. Full force into hot tubs. It was what you year or two before the recession before kind of hot tub sales plummeted at least across the country. I mean what was that. Like for you guys. I mean you can have had gone all in got the six thousand square foot showroom and next thing you know the whole country is in this economic depression right. Let's actually kind of one of the things that we think has helped us to be successful. is that we. We didn't really experienced the glory days. Were told you know back in the early two thousands that it was pretty easy to sell. Hot tubs swell. At that time we were. We were nothing really. You know so we were operating on a shoestring and you know. By the time everybody else was experiencing something of a crash for us. We were probably still actually growing a little bit because we were so new. You could consider difficult time to start but it may be was in the end Better for us because we we didn't become accustomed to an easy experience with selling out to us we were. We were so new that it was just normal.
Economist Scott Irwin: How Chinese Buying Is Causing a Boom in Agricultural Commodities
"We're going to dive into the whole issue of food price inflation as well as the new dallying hog futures contract by poplar request. We're going to be speaking to scott irwin. He's an agricultural economist at the university of illinois scott. Welcome to the show be here. Cisco in addition to being an agricultural economist. You're also an actual farmer from iowa. Is that correct. Well try technically speaking. I don't actually get much tractor. Driving and physical participation but i. It's an interesting situation I from the landlord's side of my family's farm out niwa my eighty five year old mother and i provide the management and do all the marketing of the crops. So i lived through the epsom downs of the grain markets. Like everybody else plus a get to try to work the market with my card playing eighty five year old mother that sounds extremely satisfying. And fun right now. You know sort of mentioned this rally that we're seeing as pretty intense across various soft commodities agriculture commodities. What are you give us the sort of basic big picture of what's going on what's driving This bid china perfect is that is Sixty does the yeah. It's not the only factor of course but in the market that's the number one driving force we've seen a Justice explosion in a grain exports to china basically started about last july and as shown little signs of cooling off some of that related to their phase one trade agreement that was negotiated. A in the previous trump administration Some of it also related to rebuilding of their hog her because of the african swine fever and then some of it is also Related to just their desire to rebuild some of their reserve stocks as well. But that's so one thing. I always wondered about you. See these headlines that china is building up its grain reserves. And i don't know i i can kind of see. Why countries would do that. But i i always wonder how useful those reserves are over the long term and how they actually use them. Can you give us a sort of like potted summary of what building up reserves actually means well classic example of something a sounds good in theory and rarely works well in practice. We have many decades of experience with different kinds of reserve schemes. Here in the us They've tried it metals grains and all sorts of commodities soft commodities over the years so they're called buffer-stock. Ski seems and the problem. Is you know the idea. Is you build it. You know it's kind of the seven fat years seven lean years a biblical example put in practice and so that all sounds good in theory but it all becomes very political and Governments have tendency to not want to release the buffer stocks when they really ought to to You know maybe calm markets down because farmers are mad because you're driving the price down So it's just it's a deeply political and it rarely works as a well as it sounds in theory.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast
"The in place. You can put that up so thirty years of making this. Maybe give you a pay freeze or not. You could take out on it but you gotta be damn near eighty five years old or whatever our own you gotta get social security and other damn thing by then. You can't on the should because cost living his goal. Now you know so you're gonna be based going back to work at seventy years old cat you know. We're not talking to fight. We're the wrong thing. And again. I keep saying notion of black history. You know. i'm not trying to knock us up the issue. American issue by our are american. We all separate nothing you will. We gotta talk to separate nash. No like that. Black american history that that made america. Great that we did made america. Great by must be wanted to ship. South during his heyday was the richest region dope in the nation. Who made that should break a black. I know that myself. Let's say slavery but they made that you great at any of money they've made and after all the stuff. That ship was unionized and link inside there should over shot his ass for. It is money what happened. We still have black people who owned the land down here and they fucked and put their hands in atlanta and they made their own. You know what we might not own damn land after slaves. You know what we build the ship. We can do our damn holes. We'll be that our roles with four going to be a party store community in atlanta like people's town in pittsburgh mechanics deal. There's some reveal and wet thin stuff like that. we're not talking that history. We're talking doer. Sleep and why people didn't like you and you know you try to sit in the counter we their asses and then eventually we shot came. You know after that though we say. Okay we'll give you your civil rights but in the meantime we're gonna take all your other shit. Let's let's get this call. This might be controversial on. I like to get you guys. Take on this but As far as opening businesses are concerned businesses that owned by black people not going to say black owned businesses. Because i know how much that leaves you saw all avoid that terminology but businesses that are open by black people. Feel that If you are a black person and you have the means to open up a business It's better for you to open up your business outside your community Open ended up in another community. That's.
"eighty five years old" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"Sullen and unsmiling political hack and republican senators are going to stay with him. They will not win again. That's a pretty. That's some pretty strong words. there can now. I'm going to turn it over to you. But i do want to say just one thing into this because again i have. I have a bit to fight here. And that's to say that if trump if he was listening. And i know he's not that my response to this little bit of statement he has here is trump. He's the embarrassment he's been the embarrassment to the conservative and libertarian alliance. That has always held together. The republican party and more than any other single person has shaken my fundamental belief of myself as a republican and so i think trump is one who created a tent that has included some of the most despicable groups including neo nazis and trying to bring them and successfully in many cases into the party. And i think that trump's going to go down without question in history along the likes of. Andrew jackson is the worst president in american history. So i've been pretty clear on where i stand but but Ken what do you think about this ongoing republican war and what it might mean for party realignment for politics in the upcoming twenty two thousand twenty two midterm elections. What do you think about this. I mean this is. This is some pretty intense public feuding. Yeah well i just got. I mean answered johnson. Enter jackson is still on the twenty dollar bill people. Some some people think he's a good president. Listen if you mass genocide people you're going to have to be in my book down just a little bit. So he's on the twenty dollar bill. I have you listen. He he is the single handed cause for how many countless other genocide i just. I can't get over that one. So i ain't him. Johnson is bad. I don't. I'm not trying to suggest that it was not. He's not my president. That's for sure. But i would have wreaked. Probably andrew johnson. James buchanan even a little lower. So i think trump. Yeah he's certainly going to be thought of that breath well in terms of civil war. You know it's a pretty one sided war because i think Mcconnell has absolutely no interest in even engaging in whatever war is going on at all. He's he has not responded. He's not going to respond respond. He doesn't need to respond. he doesn't i think he has said he's never gonna speak to trump again and he's probably never gonna speak of trump again. He's just. This nonsense has no impact on mcconnell at all even the idea that trump says he's going to primary mcconnell mcconnell just got re elected to a six-year term in twenty twenty if he wants to run again in twenty twenty six when he's about eighty five years old..
User Coalition Fights To Keep Chinese App WeChat In U.S. Market
"President trump recently issued an executive order that would effectively ban the Chinese APP we chat in the United States starting. In September the order says the APP poses a threat to national security, but is a coalition of users who are trying to intervene. Here's NPR's John Ru which cloud you practices corporate and commercial law in the San Francisco Bay area most of his clients Chinese and they all use we chat so I maintain develop clients through. All, the time I. probably spend two hours each and every day. It's also how he communicates with his sister and eighty five year old mother back in China's Hunan Province. Her Mama when trump issued executive order Jew and other lawyers who also served the Chinese speaking community were alarmed. They discussed it in a we chat group naturally and decided to fight it in court. So they set up a nonprofit called the US we chat users. One of the lawyers from the we chat group she says, they plan to file a suit in the coming days. The group she says has no connection to the Chinese government or tencent the Chinese company that owns Wechat we are not interested in the politics behind us but one the government tries to resolve a problem they should try to minimize the harm. The executive order is the latest in a string of measures. The trump administration has taken against China in recent weeks. It prohibits quote transactions with which at and ten. The term is open to some interpretation, but legal experts expect that APP stores at the very least will have to remove we chat. Angus knee is a lawyer in Seattle. The executive arm is while with its rights determine that something is or is not a threat to American national security, but it's reasoning especially when it's actions have such a negative impact on such a racially kind of based minority needs to be well justified in while supported China's so-called great firewall blocks many Western communication and social media APPS making indispensable. But we chat sensors, sensitive messages, and like every other APP in China, it would be required to hand over information. Should the government ask they're definitely? Security risks to people using those technologies and we need to address that I just wish it was done. Really Ron. Debate is director of the citizen lab and Internet watchdog at the University of Toronto. What the trump administration did as a way I think almost like a nuclear option fighting in court will be tough though Bobby Chesney is a national security law expert at the University of Texas. Oh it's a hugely uphill battle. He says it'll be hard to win a case arguing that the executive order curtails free speech came without due process or amounts to the government taking away property or livelihood. The same holds for a case that says, the government hasn't supplied enough evidence of the risks that we poses a judge is also going to save them, but maybe that somehow helps them to different court bringing a suit raises the profile of the issue, and just might influence how the government interprets the word transaction and ultimately enforces the order. If the legal challenge doesn't pan out businesses like launchings restaurant chain easterly will have to make major adjustments. Hunan style eatery offers group deals, takes orders and stays in touch with thousands of customers in the bay area through we chat. With no dining in because of the pandemic Wong says, easterly is even more reliant on we chat. H. You misleading trembled for now he says they are scraping by without we chat he fears easterly will lose business and its connection to its customers
5 dead, including baby, as storm hits Greek island
"Authorities in Greece say five people including an elderly couple and an eight month old baby have been found dead after storm hit the island of Evia two others are missing and dozens have been trapped by floodwaters in their homes and cars police say the couple eighty six and eighty five years old were found unconscious in their flooded home in the seaside village of politico about sixty two miles north of the capital Athens the baby was found in a ground floor apartment in the same village the local mayor reportedly said that the baby and it's family were not local residents were on holiday that the names of the dead and missing have not been released I'm sorry I shockingly
Scrabble app faces backlash from traditionalists as board game goes online
"Today's topic is scrabble. US Avid. Word nerds have been using the a scrabble APP for many years now it's a great way to fill the time and challenge your mind as you deal with the stress of corona virus and zoom calls. My Mom who's eighty five years old with an incredible mind for words plays every day. Unfortunately despite America's urgent need for things to pass the time right now, the folks Hasbro decided to kill ea scrabble. For most people. It stopped working on June sixth. Almost five hundred people have commented on my blog post about the shutdown and boyer they, upset. In the place of EA scrabble, you can try the new APP scrabble go created by scope. If, you can imagine they've game fide scrabble. scrabble go includes throbbing graphics in Garish Orange, Yellow and purple. It constantly bugs you to get your facebook friends to play. You could earn chestful of virtual prizes and customize your scrabble tiles. It includes duels, tournaments and timed contests that everyday scrabble players would have no interest in. After ten you get to watch pure. Add for other silly games more suitable for children. I did my best to give scrabble go a fair chance, but even if you can get past the distracting graphics lighting up like a Vegas Casino, there are problems. I cost four dollars ninety nine cents a month to get rid of the ADS and get features that used to be free like seeing the best move that you missed. Sixty dollars a year is pretty steep. Second. If you like to play the machine, you'll be disappointed. You Play Zoe an animated Avatar with an unnaturally large head. WHO's a pretty lame scrabble player? Many players, soliciting you to play, are actually bites. WHO also tend to be terrible? Third the game includes boosts which allow people to cheat. Once you accumulate enough gems. You can swap out your tiles anytime when any move which makes it way too easy. The only escape is a deeply buried classic mode. Finally. Many women players tell me that men are hitting on them using scrabble. Go as a dating site. My evaluation despite the name scrabble go isn't even good enough to use when sitting in the bathroom. Don't despair though there are alternatives. If you like to play the computer, the best choice is word master pro. This elegant APP created by developer and Brazil has a computer that plays at lightning speed, and can be set to a high challenge level, and to avoid strange words. You'd never spot outside a scrabble dictionary. It's only three ninety nine a one time purchase. There are scrabble variants like Lexus and works with friends, but classic scrabble players will object since they don't duplicate the traditional scrabble layout. If you want a timed game, go to I. S C Dot Aro, the Internet scrabble club. It's a rush, but not everyone loves the stress of a countdown timer.
Technology allowing seniors to stay in touch with families during pandemic
"When you think about seniors and how horrible this self isolation must be because they cannot even physically touch their loved ones since this covert pandemic hit the globe research shows that older people who are lonely are more likely to face anxiety depression suicide heart disease stroke and dementia so can technology help in any way any small way the answer will surprise you know when you think of virtual reality I bet you that you know of course games come to mind but that's not it anymore V. R. is heading into elderly communities and care facilities in here to tell us more about it how this works on the camp commander show gas lines the CEO of your company doing justice called mine P. R. Chris sprinkler Chris I really appreciate you being here what's the biggest surprise that you've seen when seniors put on those VR goggles to go explore the outside world for Kim thanks for thanks for having me you know it's really turned into an amazing adventure not just for for me personally but but for all the seniors that we provide this service to and then when they you know when you get older your your four walls kind of start drinking a little bit you know and and and you become less mobile and you can't travel as much anymore so when you can bring the outside world V. R. into those four walls the B. X. unbelievable it you know can crease and happiness happens the mood changes the wi fi behavioral changes across the continuum of care issues it's just a really exciting technology that we're dialing in just for this particular population so and it will be our simulations work best where they'd like to see data travel they like to you know explore new areas see their loved ones another V. aren't communities I mean tell us a little bit about that yeah I mean because the content is is really what we are we we like to pride ourselves on bringing the world's best content to these folks and what we've done over the last couple years is done Matt you know massive testing obviously across the country but then we've also deployed into forty plus state into senior living communities and that concept that we have settled in on really does center around a few things that kind of tied closely into different therapies actually which is a very interesting kind of correlation but travel is a is a big one there's there's things that we're doing what we're producing content when I say trouble we actually travel from Wacker drive in Chicago all the way to Santa Monica pier and capture every iconic you know location on on route sixty six and we've got a road to remember to and and when people have you know an eighty five year old person that might have dementia and they've done this drive it brings back memories like you wouldn't believe it it's a flood yeah so that that kind of content is really is really cool we also do a lot of music content will film live classical musicians will get you know that kind of content is really therapeutic as well when you think about music therapy and all that does we also have a ton of nature we bring you know the world's best nature whether it might be under water swimming with dolphins to at the fullest in Thailand you know its origins are a peaceful ten minutes meditative piece in the Rocky Mountains that brings it again out of those four walls brings the world back to them and and and and it brings a lot of different benefits you know it's really amazing that that you can do this I mean and I could totally see the benefits of you know somebody who's maybe you know not the best place yes and now we're able to take them out of that environment hello this is a cost well there's two different offerings that we've developed here we started off by serving a senior living communities in and out of the package of headsets we provide we've built a proprietary care tablet that can be driven by the care givers and it's a huge vast library of content that we were just talking about plus all the training and support well that can range from anywhere from entry price from two hundred dollars a month to two thousand depending on the size of the
Technology allowing seniors to stay in touch with families during pandemic
"The Xbox when you think about seniors and how horrible the self isolation must be because they cannot even physically touch their loved ones since this covert pandemic hit the globe research shows that older people who are lonely are more likely to face anxiety depression suicide heart disease stroke and dementia so can technology help in any way in any small way the answer will surprise you know when you think of virtual reality I bet you that you know of course games come to mind but that's not it anymore V. R. is heading into elderly communities and care facilities in here to tell us more about it how this works on the camp commander show gas lines CEO of your company doing just this called mine for your crisper and clearer Chris I really appreciate you being here what's the biggest surprise a juicy and when seniors put on those VR goggles to go explore the outside world hi Kim thanks for thanks for having me you know it's really turned into an amazing adventure not just for for me personally but but for all the seniors that we provide this service to and and when they you know when you get older your your four walls kind of start drinking a little bit you know and and and you become less mobile and you can't travel as much anymore so when you can bring the outside world through V. are into those four walls the B. X. unbelievable it you know increasing happiness happens the mood changes we see behavioral changes across the continuum of care it's just it's just a really exciting technology that we're dialing in just for this particular population so and what kind of G. R. simulations work best where they'd like to see data travel they like to you know explore new areas see their loved ones another VR communities I mean tell us a little bit about that sure yeah I mean because the content is is really what we are we we like to pride ourselves on bringing the world's best content to these folks and what we've done over the last couple years is done Matt you know massive testing obviously across the country but then we've also deployed into forty plus state into senior living communities in that concept that we have settled in on really does sit around a few things that kind of tie it closely into different therapies actually which is a very interesting kind of correlation but travel is a is a big one there's there's things that we're doing but we're producing content when I say trouble we actually travel from Wacker drive in Chicago all the way to Santa Monica pier and capture every iconic location on on route sixty six so we've got a road to remember and and when people have you know an eighty five year old person that might have dementia and they've done this drive it brings back memories like you wouldn't believe it it's a flood yeah so that that kind of content is really is really cool we also do a lot of music content will film live classical musicians but did you know that kind of content is really therapeutic as well when you think about music therapy and all that does we also have a ton of nature we bring you know the world's best nature whether it might be under water swimming with dolphins to the forest in Thailand you know it's or just on a peaceful ten minutes meditative piece in the Rocky Mountains that brings it again out of those four walls brings the world back to them and and and and it brings a lot of it's it's it's it's you know it's really amazing that that you can do this I mean and I could totally see the benefits of you know somebody who's maybe you know not the best place yeah and now we're able to take them out of that environment how much does it cost well there's two different offerings that we've developed here we started off by serving a senior living communities and that is a package of headsets we provide we've built a proprietary care tablet that can be driven by the care givers and it's a huge vast library of content that we were just talking about plus all the training and support well that can range from anywhere from entry price from two hundred dollars a month to two thousand depending on the size of the
The Anthony Fauci controversy
"But we begin with doctor Anthony Fauci before the Senate and this cause all sorts of controversy not frankly I'm sort of perturbed at the controversy the reason being I don't think that she's a bad guy I don't think that algae is out to ruin the American economy I don't think they think that he's a malign influence on president trump I think the doctor felt she is up in the mail just and his job is the epidemiologist his job is to be a doctor of public health when it comes to pandemics his job is not to balance all of the risks and rewards when you go to a doctor you look for diagnosis usually the doctor puts before you a fair number of choices and it is now your determination as to which choice you seek right the doctor puts before you have cancer god forbid and the doctor says to you okay so you're the choices you could have a surgery here the rest and then the possibilities you have to know therapy here the rest of the possibilities are depending on your age maybe the best thing is to sort of let it take its course you're eighty five years old in your prostate cancer maybe the treatment is actually worse than the disease and I have a bunch of choices in front of you does not the doctor's job to make the final determination when it comes to public policy making our elected officials are reluctant to make exactly these determinations why well because they're answerable two weeks they are answerable to us there as we the people the fact that we are now looking to sort of delegate all decision making authority to the experts is V. is the tail end of the progress of the year a stupidity that suggested that if we just gave all power to the quote unquote experts in government and everything would magically we solved the experts are good for experts are good for exports are good for knowing a lot of things that one particular subject but they're not famous for knowing lots of things that lots of particular subject if you ask doctor about you about Keynesian verses Milton Friedman ask economics my guess is that he wouldn't know much more than the average guy but if you ask me about disease vectors and probably knows a lot more than the average guy asking him to be the sole policy maker is really foolhardy and even doctor felt she knows this and so we sort of moved from the left to appoint Dr founded in government when he's not head of government what to use him as a club to wield against elected officials again are answerable all of whom are answerable tossed right the fact that people must want to do that and the fact that the people on the right are responding to that by blending felt use the voucher is to blame for lawmakers abdicating their duty and just pointing to vouching on what he's going to solve all our problems it's stupidity frankly I think the doctor felt she would be the first person to say that it's stupidity he is there to provide medical knowledge and guidance and then it is up to us to determine what risks we're willing to undertake as a society what this means that when people I talk about you in public health experts testify publicly they're always going to testify on behalf of caution because their job is first do no harm on the public health level not an economic level not on the freedom level not a constitutional level not a governmental level the first job is to say how do we save the most lives well into middle of pandemic the easy answer if you're not looking at any of the other factors is stay home until we have some sort of therapeutic or until we have some sort of acting but of course there are other factors to take into account when it comes to public policy making such as the fact that we may never have that team or therapeutic may not be all that effective and the fact that thirty million people lost their jobs in the last six weeks and there are countervailing cost to people losing their jobs losing their livelihood a hundred thousand small businesses shutting out this is where it's at for public of our public officials the people who actually elect elected officials to weigh the evidence the doctor vouchers providing his advice but the evidence provided by economist with the values that we hold dear as a nation I mean it just takes a second for example for a second in a wartime what if you were to ask a public health expert in war time what is the best policy public health experts job is to save as many lives as possible so the public health experts say best strategy here is probably not to do the war right no war is good because that means few people are gonna get shot and killed but if you are not an official in his World War two you know that they're gonna be a certain number of people we're gonna have to risk their lives on the beaches of Normandy it is not to suggest that the public health experts are wrong about everything this is to suggest that everybody has their own specific area of expertise and we're this means a broad area of expertise is really foolish in a Republic we rely on the notion that a diffuse level a value judgment among the American population is gonna be better than any one individual's values the American people overall are going to be wiser about weighing all these factors in balance when they elect people then just one guy who's part of the bureaucracy we'll get to a doctor found had to say is it in that light I don't think what you had to say was all that controversial but I think they're politicians were completely looking to abdicate responsibility for their actual decision making role in American politics right now and simply shouting data and science and public health officials without you saying look what will brexit saying look at all the scientists are saying Hey that's not your only job is supposed to take all that into consideration and then you are supposed to wear all of the values that are currently under consideration plus you're supposed to determine the the level of certainty that public health officials are expressing about the view in the future about the future generally because experts maybe more expert than you but that does not mean that one hundred percent certain knowledge of the
85-Year-Old Man Found Dead In Senior Living Facility Fire
"Fire is turned deadly in Aurora firefighters were called your constitution house a six story senior living center the four hundred block of north constitution Dr just after midnight the flames were put up quickly but one person was found dead inside an eighty five year old man no one else was hurt the fire was contained to a single unit of the
World Economic Forum: What to Watch For
"Today's episode. The World Economic Forum in Davos for forty plus years the world's leaders in business and politics had convened in the Swiss Alps for a whirlwind four days of meetings interviews panels and performances Andrew. Have you packed yet for Davos pact. That's actually this. After this project I caught up with Andrew just just before we both boarded a flight commercial to this year's World Economic Forum so Davos is the home of the World Economic Forum which has a long history. This is a group group that started in about nineteen seventy-one so almost fifty years of this global event for people who've never been there before. How would you describe it? What could you expect to see in terms of our our coverage this is the super bowl for business and policy leaders probably the greatest density of CEO's and government leaders in one place all traipsing through the snow together over the course of three or four days and a lot of the business leaders are engaging engaging conversations that are maybe a little bit different than what they're doing from a day to day basis we have a lot of discussions about about capitalism a lot of discussions about environmentalism mm-hmm about poverty around the world What kinds of conversations do you expect to hear? I think the single biggest topic you're going to hear about out this year is the idea of sustainability and. I know that is almost a cliche at this point. And it's a topic that's been addressed before Davos in really started To some degree at Davos however there is going to be a sea change in the way businesses operate and that real cost when when it comes to sustainability. You're looking at companies like Microsoft already that are charging their individual units for their carbon use. And I think you're gonNA see that in a very material way across the board so much of this is actually being led by Europe and some of the disclosure rules. And I think you're GonNa you start to see more and more disclosure around carbon emissions the cost of those emissions what companies are doing on. Es G. and it's just it's the the topic that is being talked about in the boardroom. Is it strange to talk about that. At a at a Swiss ski resort that people have to fly and in some cases take helicopters to get to. What's tell me about that? Disconnect people love to poke fun at Davos and think of it as you know speed dating and over Champagne. And everybody's flying there. I have never been fond of the argument that everybody should swim to Davos or otherwise. They're hypocrites if you really think about how. The dialogue and businesses changed around stakeholders and shareholders and purpose. And all of these things that have taken place place over the last twenty or thirty years they started Indaba. And so you know you can laugh if you want. But I I think that actually really the most meet some of the most meaningful decisions that are happening at the intersection of business and policy are happening there over the years. Joe Becky and Andrew have interviewed the likes of Bano J. P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon His Royal Highness. Prince William the Secretary General Role of NATO and so many more but a consensus favorite for the squawk box behind the scenes team Andrews conversation with conservationist Jane Goodall at last year's event. Here's what Andrew told me about that interview a year later. Can we talk about what might have been my favorite interview that we did last year and that is with eighty five year old soon to be eighty six year old. Jane Goodall Maybe one of my most favorite interviews of my career. Oh that's awesome. I think definitely my most favorite image age. Somebody took a picture of me kissing. Jane's on head. Who took that picture Andrew? I think you did I did. Hey I think you did anyway. it's it's just it's an indelible image. I have long been a great admirer of Jane Goodall. Integrate I've had a great love affair with gorillas and monkeys and The environment and and being able to spend time with her and Talk to her about her own journey and how she sees the world today was really quite something. It was a very charming interaction. Action that you had with her I think that doesn't happen very often. When you're interviewing people especially the CEOS of the business leaders that we talked to in Davos you the other piece of it is? It's very rare and maybe I'm completely jaded but it's very rare. We're sort of starstruck and I was genuinely genuinely starstruck. Buy Jingle Jingle Bells raised about two hundred and fifty million dollars for her foundation for conservation work and environmental concerns and also also education about our planet and about The way we coexist with animals and I thought that message was actually really fascinating leading to bring to a meeting of the global elite. You know I think that what she does. She adds a sense sense of humanity empathy to a conversation among business leaders. That oftentimes missing that piece. Okay this is awesome. Thank you appreciate it.
Boeing's 737 Max Crisis Weighs Heavily On Workers, Retirees
"The Boeing seven thirty-seven Max crisis is weighing heavily on Boeing's workforce from the crashes to the grounding of the plane to these recently released damaging internal journal messages for thousands of workers and retirees in Washington. State where Boeing his bill plane since World War One. This really is a difficult moment Ashley. Gross from member station MM K in K X and Seattle has more donuts and cookies are set out on the table in the machinists union hall in Renton South of Seattle. The office is near the Boeing implant. Where the seven thirty seven Max is built it's six am and pitch dark outside but workers are streaming in for a town hall meeting with their union leaders? There's definitely there's a concern about where the MAX program was out. John Holden is president of district. Seven five one of the machinists union it represents about nine thousand people who work on the seven thirty seven one big thing on their minds is the shutdown of the Max production line. Boeing is not laying people off right now now but some workers are being temporarily deployed elsewhere in Washington and California people hate to see to Max's is trash. It's a devastating thing for the families and the people that perished on those airplanes and it will be followed airplanes. Our plan will be a safe airplane. Holden says the machinists care about their work and have pride in the planes they build. That's a thread that runs. Throughout the century of the Boeing the company's existence huge motor. TC Howard is eighty five years. Old and a Boeing retiree. He's giving a tour of Boeing's vary I seven twenty any seven jet. He and other volunteers spent years restoring it and replacing parts so it could make one final flight dishes. A flap mortar ones once-hard rollock once electric powered has a passion for aviation and that motivated him to take on. This project was love for the airplane. There Prince cuddles soul and the soul doesn't belong sitting there resting apart. He was a quality assurance manager. When he retired hired from Boeing in one thousand nine hundred four he says even back then he started to see the company prioritizing cost cutting but not sacrificing safety in recent years? Here's he thinks management got to focus on costs. They're bean counters look for profit. They're not looking at it for the the the name of the company which to me used to mean quality safety. Do you feel sad right now when you think about where what bullying is going through nor mad not sad but another retiree. Alan Rice says it's not that cut and dried of course Boeing knowing how to think about staying profitable every business. That's still in business over a long period of time has had to do the same thing or they would have been passed by. Why why are they doing it? If they're not trying to make money rice retired from Boeing in two thousand sixteen after a thirty eight year career as an engineer. He says he never saw safety. Fifty take a back seat to prophets. And he's proud of his time there but rice says he's concerned the rest of the world doesn't see the company the same way there's used to be you're saying if it's not bowing I'm not going and I doubt if that's how people feel today and I want to get back to that. The new chief executive Dave Calhoun told employees this month.
Community raises money to send shooting victim's body home to Kenya
"Show show of of support support friends friends family family even even strangers strangers coming coming together together to to raise raise money money to to help help the the loved loved ones ones of of the the woman woman murdered murdered in in federal federal way way Janet Janet Yugo Yugo was was shot shot and and killed killed two two weeks weeks ago ago Kamel's Cole Miller tells the story of support in the face of tragedy canyons band together they show unity and they're determined to help in any way that they can sell more friends some new were but most denied that does it matter they just want to get her home this is a man Janet my life has changed being away from my family she became part of my family her death came as a shock and she added you got killed in a double shooting last month that also injured her sister their eighty five year old roommate now behind bars her canyon community not only remembering that kind soul raising money to send her body back home to her parents in
85-year-old woman in custody after alleged domestic violence incident
"One woman is dead and another critically injured by a gunshot wound after an overnight incident of domestic violence in federal way police commander Kirch one says this happened about twelve forty five this morning a woman in her thirties called nine one one reported she been shot I just had a roommate an eighty five year old woman was responsible arriving officers found the gunshot victim who was taken to Harborview in critical but stable condition at about another woman in her thirties dead of apparent blunt force trauma she wants is a very unusual case what what age between the victims and the suspect I'd like I said I don't know the circumstances of why they were there residing together we do have information that shows us that they are roommates at this time but there's no relation they added the suspect attempted to strangle herself using an electrical cord unsuccessfully C. is in
Clear Skin Secrets With Dr. Pimple Popper
"Of you know Dr Pimple Popper from her her youtube channel like you mentioned Carleen got over five million subscribers on there and her instagram has three point five million followers like yeah. I think we should watch video right now Joel. Can you do it. It's okay is the task okay. I've loaded the page for her Youtube Channel. I've sorted the videos by most popular popular still images. I just shock okay so forty. Six million views is this most popular video. It's called dilated pore of winer. The top three are this big dilated pore of winer and so I looked up with that means in dilated pore winer winer is essentially a large solitary open commodore slash blackhead dead skin cells get trapped and help widen the poor and it plugs up the opening putting the expression of this plug squeezes out the mass rated white care and cells from the deeper portion of the poor so these look like pencil eraser size black heads yeah yeah. It looks like there's a spider. Living in there are no joke okay so it's a giant blackhead extracted an eighty five year old accompanied by daughter okay. I've I've clicked on it. I don't know if I can watch us. I don't know if I can watch this. I don't know if I can watch this okay. Oh my God air comes the needle own painful God mcchord. What's okay what what was. What part are needle going into it when eight sweater over the water? It's saving me this. Oh my God there's this this is just the Nina whatever it is just saline local anesthetic. This is one poor honestly feel sick day. Oh you really want to keep going. I've got the sweater over my eyes so I'm just listening watching watching it through the Kashmir. Oh she's about to pop. I can't at one thirty my God. She tried to loosen it up. What is this now to the tool. Is it like Tom Caesar's. I had to look away. You guys all night yet. It's breaking off in pieces of God but it's like dry. Hey it's not bloody visit dirt in God. I just saw came out holy off Hannah. There's the planet okay it's out. It's out winter skin me Carleen. Do you know what one poor God can. Warm came out of there. I'm Oh my God. Did she get along so Dr. Sandra lease rise to fame was really kind of accidental. Yeah she was just posting these kind of random videos on youtube extracting black heads extracting whitehead's Whitehead's and to very little fanfare and we can get the exact media outlet from her bed. I know it went for she went from like five thousand subscribers on Youtube to like eighty thousand subscribers on youtube within one week and then just like the floodgates opened with media requests. That's how TLC found her to get our show Joe. I don't think she had any intention of ever going on television. She's very serious dermatologists. Her father was a terminal yeah. She's got like insane surgical skill skill. She has her own line of skin care which makes all kinds of sense. It's called S. L. MD skin-care by Sandra Lee and the one thing that's really unique about her offering offering is that unlike Dr Dennis Gross Dr Murad Dr Brandt these lines that are at Sephora frankly quite an investment. Her Line is direct to consumer since since twenty seventeen but most recently at target these acne products range in price from twenty five to fifty US dollars so that's quite accessible so in today's as episode you're GonNa find out what really works to get rid of adult hormonal acne the do's and don'ts of extracting milia suspicious elements every single thing. I'm having to do with acne. We are going to do our best to get to in today's episode and I know that you've suffered from acne or soften. The past bombed when you realized realized you couldn't be entirely says so sad very very upset but you and I worked together on these questions and so I yeah like I'm getting all of my questions answered right girl yeah so let's get into it here. She is Dr Pimple Popper right here on breaking beauty podcast so your youtube channel has over a billion views is the rebe three and a half billion views. That's unbelievable crazy. Did you ever imagine action as a dermatologist that this could happen. No I mean if you were told me. The started about almost is five years ago. If you had told me that I would be known as Dr Pimple Popper and that I would have a show and have this reach. That's international cherish. What is what social media makes it I would have said you were insane. I mean that that sounds ridiculous. It's from pimple. Papa Man is what makes it ultimately. Lee Ridiculous you know and a lot of people do struggle with with acne and especially I think at a young age it it's hormonal and all that and have you paid attention. I mean you're more of a scientist for sure. But have you noticed this acne. Positively that's in the air and I pay attention to social media would you. What's your take on that. I think it's wonderful I mean I think that that's part of to what my television show and what I try to do. In My my social media I mean I just just just like last week. I had a big hit on my forehead. It's still still while there's one new one coming apple my gosh. I've been wearing a lot of make us a couple of days. I think that's part of it but but you know I show that I myself as a dermatologist. Get sets and I think that's important to see because you know again. There's a pushback here because we're going to this end of everything being filtered and everybody looking showing their most amazing south and we are all we all do it some extent it starts to weigh on a lot of us in this people who take it very seriously you know they they take it very heavily so it's really nice to bring that back and say you know hey and that's the show does to you know people have these huge. You know one of the things I hear. People say more than anything else how why do these people why why this person wait so long. How could they have walked around with this or or we see people with really pretty common. Skin conditions like psoriasis that takes over your whole body you know or really bad acne so you shouldn't judge by the armor or that you are the skin that you were. I suppose yeah and it's important to show that because in makes us all at least hopefully it helps people feel better about themselves yeah now there is just an absolute slew of products at their for Acne from my own experience. I'm I'm beyond this now but when I was a teenager are the type of acne that I had was right on my chin mainly and sometimes in the crevices of my nose and it just get these giant. Whitehead's like one in her two of them and you know I definitely struggled with that and I found it was embarrassing and I tried to cover them up. They're just worse and for me. I I found that no matter what products I used the only thing that made it go away eventually was when I went on the birth control pill and when I grew out of it in my my hormones changed in your opinion. Are there things you can really do to get rid of acne when it's hormones well. Acne is pretty much. All all the main reason that exists is because of hormones I would say that it's two-part hormones and genetics genetics tied into hormones because he knows the type of skin that you're born with a type of skin that you've been passed down to you so genetics is more if you have really oily complexion if your parents have been more prone to acne. You're more likely going to to be have have acnes well. Hormones has everything to do with acne and that is why we get it primarily while we're teenagers because that's when the hormones are raging the most but also why women tend to get it more so than men throughout their life and it tends to be on a monthly cycle basis because because it's a change in our hormones and that's why medicines that adjust our hormones can help with acne. That's why sometimes people get pregnant pregnant. Their acne clears up more when you are on both birth control or also. There's another product called Al Dactyl or spiritual lockdown which is an aunt has an anti androgen affect. It's a pill that you can take to that also helps to sort of because all of us have testosterone on us is even females and so allow higher level that can certainly cause a more of a breakout actually especially in the Chin area and you're like the mandible distribution so that's why why we have medicines that actually specifically target and they do work well. We're I mean obviously there's so many medications out there and
Eating Plant Strong While Chasing a World Record
"Here. We sit in the beautiful assistant family farm. It's it is literally postcard beautiful and bucolic as record this we're about a day away from De. Triathlon with Joe and and wrapping up season one of the podcast and when you have had the really wonderful benefit of of talking with just an amazing list absolutely remarkable and inspiring Gaston as I share with you number times we were walking talking last night over the property and it says I was sharing with you. It's you and your family are among the most remarkable and inspiring people I've ever met in just a wonderful testament to the the benefits and the power of eating plants wrong and last night after dinner. We had a ping pong tournament in your basement here at the farm and you're eighty five year old mom and I were a team and she was literally the weak link on on the team. She's amazing mazing and full of energy and super competitive just the there's a wonderful a testament to the way we eat that and the power of sort of living this way you just recently shattered the two hundred meter backstroke world record for your age group fifty five to fifty nine and so we that'd be Kinda Fun to turn the tables and talk with you about really kind of in depth about what went into that why you did it but also really just talk about the way U E. We've talked now out for a whole season about the way our guest seed and so forth but I imagine people would love to hear what you eat. In the course of a day and we talk about the seven pillars in the seventh pillar is movement and movement and exercise has been a cornerstone of your entire life and so maybe we can start with you talking about your relationship with with exercise and how you move yeah so I've always felt very comfortable in the athletic arena as long as I can remember you know whether it was doing doing the presidential fitness award back in you know fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth grade playing on the on Softball Teams Little League Baseball Basketball in the neighborhood. I grew up in this very idyllic neighborhood. You know in in one of the suburbs of Cleveland Ohio and we would have all these pickup baseball games tennis so I I really as a as a young kid growing up I got introduced used to every sport imaginable right I mean swimming biking running volleyball baseball all the album ball sports and and I and I loved it all but for whatever reason I kind of gravitated towards towards swing it was it was one of those sports that I excel that in highschool really it's funny. I was kind of a late bloomer of sorts. I I was kind of short until about maybe the ninth tenth the grade and that's when I shot up and went from probably five eight five nine up to over six feet and I'm now almost six feet two and then I ended up doing a postgraduate year at a boarding school and it was known as being one of the best swimming high schools in the country. It's called Mercersburg Academy and I went there and kind of repeated my junior year and that's when I needed that extra year and that's when I kinda got a decent and I mean I got good enough to where I had places like the University of Texas at Austin Arizona Tennessee Indiana these universities our cities were soliciting me and offered me recruiting trips and I visited the schools but I of course I landed at the University of Texas at Austin for a number of reasons reasons and Gosh have no regrets because if I wouldn't have gone to Texas I wouldn't of you know. I don't think I would have become a professional triathlete athlete. I wouldn't have met my wife. I wouldn't have become a firefighter and I wouldn't be here today. Talking to you becoming a division one athlete is is a major accomplishment and you did extremely well professional triathlete but then when you stop and then you enter the world and became a firefighter that's win for most people to so they might have played high school sports sports. They might have just been active through school but then they enter the workforce and they they start moving. They have a commute. They sit at their desk all day. life is busy. GotTa get dinner on the table title but you kept going so talk about why you do that and you know what you do in the course of everyday for your workout well. I'M GONNA back back up a little a bit because yes I went to University of Texas at Austin and it was the number one or number two school in the country and I had set certain aspirated for myself. You know every swimmer that that I know of especially Division One they wanna go the Olympics and they want to win a medal at the Olympics right and my father won a gold medal in enrolling in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and so I kind of had high aspirations and so I went to ut and I went there because I was a backstroker and the American record holder was there at the time guy named Clay Brit and the world record holder in in meters guy name Rick Kerry and I'm like you know if you want to be the best you got to go and you know see how the best to it and I just for whatever ever reason I never got as good as I wanted to so I always had this kind of disappointed in where I ended with my swimming career. I think that's one of the reasons why you know frankly. I threw myself into triathlons right because I had this nagging disappointment that just would not go away and I figured it okay if I work harder than anybody else. If I do all the little things right then maybe I can erase some of that disappointment that I had because I never made it to the Olympics. I went to the Olympic trials and was a three time all American but you know you'd be amazed how many swimmers that if they don't get an Olympic medal they feel like they're a failure and I have learned so much you know just in the evolution of our mindsets and what we want and failure and all that but so getting back to your question. Why am I still like you know doing this day. After Day. I think some of it believe it or not goes back to not a lot but a little goes back to my disappointment back in my college days. The other thing is I've fallen in. I Love I fall in love with movement the meditation that kind of I think happens with me and my mind when I'm swimming biking running I just there's a certain meditation that happens especially when you're clicking on also under there's a certain grace and ease in these sports especially especially when you're there when you're fitness is there and it's almost like all right. Let's see what we can do today and I've been swimming with this master Swim Program. I think we may have touched upon this a touch with. Jd Roth an episode five Jay talked about how you know one of the things that keeps them accountable is he has these group of guys that he has is over to his house. They got to come to his out but he has over to his house. You know whatever it's six o'clock and there's like a group of ten or twelve and they've been doing it now for over the decade and they're like best buds got something very similar to that back in Austin. It's with the this rolling would master Swim Program. There's probably ten guys and a few women and we've been together for some of US almost twenty years and you know we're we're there for each other. These guys become some you know the closest friends in my life not only is it a bonding experience with these with these people that we've connect. I've connected acted with for so many years but it also it is such a wonderful way to start your day right. I mean when you when the first thing that you can do in the morning as bang out a a killer workout in it's usually only an hour but I might as a week so it's I usually go five days a week. They have six days a week. I usually go five days a week and that after we swim and one of the things I want you to know is I'm fifty six and I go hard. I mean you know I I. I know some people they get over a certain age and like you know I'm just going to like take it easy and not going to get the heart rate up over a certain level. You know don't want any beads sweat coming down the old forehead. You know I'm kind of like all right. Let's bring it on. Let's let's let's hurt and I do that. I do that a lot and then you get out of the pool. WHO'LL so I've been with you on one of these workers then you got to do pull ups and a pretty amazing core routine so we do some medicine by work we do. We do pull ups yeah we do we do different kinds of variations of plank work outs we're always trying to mix it up and try new stuff but yes so after a swim and then doing fifteen to twenty minutes of cour- work pull ups sit ups man you are like ready to just like dig into the day and and do some damage so at what point did you decide decide okay being a division. One athlete wasn't enough being a world class professional triathlete enough now in a I want to break the world record for your age group. When was that decided so I i. I didn't really have these ambitions of getting the world record I do. Maybe need to say that two and a half almost three years ago. I did try to get the world record four fifty to fifty four year olds but I was fifty four and like like six months old not a good time to try and get a world record because I'm at the very end of the age group and I missed it by a little over like three and a half seconds. It's and I remember hurting so bad in this in this effort and I'm like okay. You know what I'm just. I'm done race and it's just it's it's. It's a a whole `nother level of pain beyond the workouts that I just don't. I don't know if I want to go there and when I was on the ritual podcast rich was like come on you. GotTa do it. You gotta do it for everybody. That's out there and I'm like yeah but you know I had blood coming out of my eyeballs and I had not not literally but that's what I felt like right and I felt like I was breathing out of every orifice in my body so there was some serious pain in my legs felt like lead weights and there was was lactic acid coursing through every molecule of my
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