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Cop Accused of Hurting Woman's Arm: 'Ready for the Pop?'
"The lawyers released a video of a Colorado police officer joking about the popping sound that was made when he put an elderly woman with dementia in hand cuffs allegedly dislocating her shoulder police station surveillance video shows Loveland Colorado officer Austin hop sharing with fellow officers his body cam video of the arrest of a seventy three year old woman with dementia officer hop says ready for the pop when they get to the part of the arrest when Karen garner is handcuffed the audio was enhanced and released by garner's lawyer who says if she didn't release it quote their horrific abuse of the vulnerable and powerless would carry on business as usual operas to garner in June of last year after she allegedly left the store without paying for about fourteen dollars worth of items the woman weighs about eighty pounds a federal lawsuit alleges that she was denied medical care for about six hours after her shoulder was dislocated I'm Jackie Quinn
Embracing Self-Care with Mary Hyatt
"You are a very multifaceted kind of person. You're you're a yoga instructor therapist. Your life coach. You are very knowledgeable about essential oils. How did you discover your strengths to did these things just kind of fall in your lap or how did this all come about for you. You know it's so fascinating. I think like when you hear. Somebody's resume or their out. And you're like wow like. They're an expert at xyz or whatever and yet at least for me which i would imagine. This is true for most people. It's like a journey. Along the way we start picking up these interests and facets of what is drawing your attention and for me. It was all from my own personal healing journey. And if we were to rewind the clock like eight years ago you would have a very different mary. I was about eighty pounds heavier than i am now. I was dealing with like really extreme anxiety and depression. I wasn't a marriage that was just not healthy and not ultimately life-giving and i really had no sense of purpose. No sense of identity and was dealing with autoimmune staff so it was like the culmination of somebody who has totally just lost themselves and i was almost like sleepwalking through life is what it felt like in so there was this moment. I can remember so clearly where it was like. Okay either this is going to go to a bad place really really quickly and it was already kind of spiraling in getting to that point. Or there's got to be more to life than this. Like surely little flicker of hope shirley there's more to life than this and thank god. I listened to that voice of. There's there's more here and started this journey of self discovery and started to come into. What made me come alive. And and authentic and learning about myself and learning about my own feminity and my own just essence as a woman and so little by little. I started kind of adding these different tools to my toolbox That me to do my own work. Further and then ultimately as a life coach now be able to give that gift as medicine two other women who've been on a similar journey so it's kind of like my own work that now gets to be given to others your podcast. I've tuned into a couple of episodes. You're actually right now at the time of this recording. Your your theme for the month is femininity. Yeah and i think that was one of the reasons why i was like okay. Wow when we're here on the get foxy show. That's one of the things that i felt like i wanted to do for my listeners. Was to help them. Learn more about cultivating an amplifying their own divinely given feminine entity and so. Oh mary she's she's she's Needs to be on this show. so what. What have you been discussing on your podcast over the last couple of weeks hot. Oh my gosh. It's so juicy. It's like literally my favorite month so far and i feel like every month. We talk about just amazing topics around self-discovery and mindset and so to end the year as we're recording this in this this topic of feminity is so beautiful because there's all different ways of looking at it. i mean the reality is. Is that this. Concept of femininity. In and of itself is deep. There's a lot of different ways. You could approach it and so on the pike cast. We're looking at that. we're looking at. How do you personally define your own femininity because we're getting all these messages from diet culture from the fashion industry from the porn industry. On what it is to be a woman you have to look certain way you have to behave a certain way. Even on google like the definition of femininity is like agreeable and pleasing and cooperative and quiet. It's just as outdated one dimensional definition of what it is to be a woman so on the show. We're getting to explore like okay. If i could look at the totality of myself as a woman the essence of what makes me divinely female. What does that even look like. How do i even begin to experience her. And not just from what. I've been told from childhood or religion or culturally. You know i know that Especially now as even tricky because we are more out there than ever as women and working were raising children. We are in unconventional relationships. We are in a way trying to do it all. And it's exhausting us. I mean it's really depleting acids burning us out and so it still trying to figure out. How do i define this in a new way. That isn't like in the confines masculinity like. I don't have to work like a man. I don't have to produce like a manner achieve like a man was. It looked like to do that as a woman. So those are kind of the the surface level things that we're talking about on the show and then we're getting into all the fund woohoo staff about your menstrual cycle and the moon cycle and astrology. An archetype. so it's like real a wide range of different lenses in looking at feminine entity. that's fantastic. Yeah i will put a link in the show notes to that specific episode. And it's it's one of the episodes that i tuned into law. You guys are talking some very fascinating stuff that you mentioned how inner in our culture were to a point now where women are trying to do so much and where so many different hats that they're beginning to experience are have already experienced burn. How do you help someone recover from this and really kind of start embracing taking care of themselves. You know i think. I just xfl because like it really is something that is so prevalent right now that just depletion that deprivation an of self care and taking care of the needs that we have and it's bread. Ns almost taught to us from a very early age to give and give and give and give and be yes women to be people pleasers to do it all then you mix that in with like okay now. I'm feeling liberated. And i'm feeling independent in so i want to achieve all of these things and be the best version of myself and the reality is is that no human male or female can keep up with that kind of twenty four seven all in kind of demand for their lives and so to me when we can begin to look at first of all where my feeling deprived like i think we kind of have to almost diagnose the situation i and figure out where we're feeling exhausted. What's exhausted in our lives and get really honest. First and foremost about what's draining ass. What siphoning off our energy because no amount of self care can sort of cover up win we keep in the same patterns that are going to deplete us like that piece has to shift in order to experience something different and so i is identifying where am i at you know from a scale of one to ten on the burn out scale. Where am i am. I am handling it in my functioning. M i barely functioning am i to the point where i feel like i could have a mental breakdown and blow up at any moment which i feel like a lot of us are at that place you know. It's like the covid fatigue. The twenty twenty fatigue is really setting in and our bandwidth is is not what it normally would be and so i think the first step is going okay. I'm i'm really exhausted here. I'm struggling and from that place. Then we can look what needs to shift and starting to identify those warning signs that come into play that are ever so gently to the point. Where it's that little twinge of this is to match and say yes. And then oop i'm over committed and we say more and the point. Eventually we're most of us get total. Burnout is where it's like. Our body is shutting down our adrenals or shot are cortisol levels are depleted our vitamin d is depleted like everything within our physical bodies emotionally and just from a health. Standpoint is gone like the reserve has gone. So that's kind of like the the level ten on that scale. So let's look at where we at been. We can think about recovery replenishment and rejuvenation from a very holistic point of view.
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This is the daily tech news for friday january. Eighth twenty twenty. One in los angeles on tom. Merit and from studio redwood on sarah lane from studio colorado. I'm shannon morris drawn the top tech stories in cleveland. I'm lynn per nine. The show's producer. Roger j we were just talking about a cas product that makes you ice cream and ninety seconds whenever you wanted and why roger never cries wider conversation join our expanded show. Good day internet at patriotair dot com slash dpd s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Amazon has discontinued its prime pantry. Grocery and household item service products previously available in pantry will now be available like any other products on amazon. So it's not going away to gather but the service itself prime pantry launched in twenty fourteen offering reduced shipping on up to forty five pounds of household goods for a monthly fee. Amazon node vied prime pant pantry subscribers about the closure in december and then issued refunds the. Uk's competition and markets authority launched an investigation into google's privacy sandbox. That would block third party. Cookies in chrome regulator received complaints from the marketers for an open web coalition saying the plan would abuse google's dominant position in online advertising. So the investigations going to evaluate. If the privacy sandbox changes would concentrate advertising spending market share with google samsung launched the galaxy chromebook to a cheaper version of the galaxy chromebook at launched last year so instead of four k it has a ten eighty p lcd screen with less storage fewer cameras less ram. It's also heavier and thicker overall but it also now starts at five hundred forty nine dollars instead of one thousand dollars. That has a thirteen point. Three inch nineteen twenty by ten eight hundred sixteen nine. Lcd touchscreen with the dual core intel seller on five twenty five you upgradable to an intel core. I three ten ten eleven ten one. one zero. You eight gigs. Ram and one hundred twenty five gigs of storage for six hundred ninety nine dollars a shortage of semiconductors affecting automakers. Volkswagen said last month that they needed to adjust first-quarter manufacturing plans around the globe because of the shortage. Now honda says it will cut domestic output by about four thousand cars this month at one of its factories in japan nissan is adjusting production numbers for its note hatchback model and ford has moved up previously planned downtime at a kentucky plant for its sport utility vehicle factory to the jin chips all right. Well we're talking about cars. Let's talk about the the apple car. Yeah a lot of rumors as of late will really over the last few years. But but but the rumors had resurfaced recently and hyundais. Now talking to apple about kerr's so says the company hyundai representative told cnbc quotes. We understand that apple isn't discussion with a variety of global automakers including hyundai motor as the discussion is at its early stage. Nothing has been decided. Korean economic daily said that apple suggested the arrangements and hundred was reviewing the terms that involved e production and also battery development hyundai has had his own battery platform called e. g. m. p. going into production later this year. So might be saying what you're doing. Reuters sources say that apple would like to produce a passenger vehicle by twenty twenty four however might not be that date bloomberg's mark gurman reports in thomas e. v. from apple is five to seven years away and michio recently said he wouldn't be surprised if it takes until twenty twenty eight. Yes what's probably going on. Here is apple and i think this significant part has decided to start investigating how they would build. Whatever it is. They're going to build whether it's a whole car or an integrated platform and they're going to different manufacturers and parts suppliers and folks like magna including hyundai. And saying what are you got. How can you help us with this. And is a great company for this because they make parts they make systems. They make full cars. There's all kinds of services in the conday company that could play a part with apple so it may not be. That apple knows what they want from hyundai. It may just be that they're going and saying hey let's talk. You do a lot of the kinds of things that we think we're going to need. I'm pretty excited about this. I just got my first hyundai ever this year and my perception of this story was weight but hyundai currently uses android auto and a lot of their their cars. So i would love to see. How apple would integrate Hyundai's current technologies into something that is very useful for that apple ecosystem not just looking at e itself but also the The the systems inside of it the controls in how they would manage that four a driver and a passenger in the car. Yeah i mean. I think that's one of the big questions that i have is okay. Let's say let's say it's hyundai that that applet ended up working with with clearly not set in stone at least from what we know at this point. But let's say it's the companies for kicks. Let's imagine that that's what it is. Yeah it is. It is an apple car that hyundai produces a lot of parts for the way that works with lots of other companies to produce other hardware for apple. I mean that that's the loftiest kind of goal that we're looking at and maybe that would take till twenty twenty eight at you know if if apple was lucky. I think it probably has more to do with like you said shannon not that you know android auto wouldn't still be prevalent in a lot of passenger vehicles but maybe at some sort of it's a special relationship. It's it's a special kind of os inside a car that is supposed to you. Know i don't know move some merch because What apple is providing on the software side is is. Is that much more interesting. I really don't know if you look at that. Bloomberg article mark gurman sources are saying that Tesla people that apple has hired are working on things like interior exterior. Drive train stereo. Desist the kinds of things. You need when you're building a car not carting a software platform so then the question becomes is it the apple car period. Maybe hendaye makes it. Maybe somebody else makes it. And you know they'll figure out how to distribute it or is it the apple car by sunday and you go to hyundai dealership to buy it the way you went to an. At and t. store to an apple iphone but it's really apples car in cooperation with sunday. Are there multiple partners. I mean that's all the kind of stuff we're waiting to see but it really does feel like we have gotten to the point where this is no longer just yeah. They're working on project titan. They don't know what they're gonna do to. They have an idea. It's more than just software and they're working out the details. Maybe they don't even know that yet. Well i'm interested to see what happens but we also have some other news. Security among the systems impacted by the solar winds attack is the electron filing system. Used by the us federal courts at investigation is underway to determine if confidentiality of documents filed with the courts was breached and as a result starting wednesday confidential documents filed with the courts will be stored on standalone systems. Not uploaded big difference so these are documents sealed from public access because they contain sensitive information like investigative techniques identities of informants and a lot more other. Us federal agencies affected included the justice department the state treasury and energy departments as well solar winds has engaged. The krebs stay most security consulting group to help deal with this attack. That firm was formed by alex. Stamos the former chief security officer at yahoo and facebook and chris krebs the former director of the us cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency or sisa. So krebs was fired last month. By the president after finding no evidence of with voting systems in the twenty twenty election. Yeah stamos first of all brilliant for those two to team up and smart for solar winds to engage them for what they say is Helping with transparency with companies that are affected But this we we are not done finding out how bad this is. There are reports that there may have been other ways that this whoever is behind this intruded beyond just solar winds. They're finding evidence of that. They have not been able to root out the people that got into this vulnerability from all systems yet. They're still in there in a lot of cases. And you know this. This kind of confidential information is exactly the kind of thing you fear that someone would get intruding into a government system informants investigative techniques that you can now learn from to evade being prosecuted or caught yourself. That's that's crown jewel type stuff it's it's very interesting. In fact krebs spoke on record saying that it could potentially take years to figure out how deep the solar winds attack actually went and how many different kinds of infrastructure. You know brands and everything that it might have affected so this is not something. That's going to die anytime soon. I'm glad that they are reaching out. Craig's and stay most though because that i agree with you tom. It's excellent. excellent team roku made a few interesting announcements roku says. Npd data shows that the roku s was the top selling smarter operating system in the us and canada in two thousand twenty thirty one percent market share in canada. Thirty eight percent in the united states That's pushed the samsung's tizen number two. At least we don't actually know samsung's ties and was number. One in two thousand nineteen also announced a wireless soundbar reference design that uses wifi for its roku. Tv ready program remember. Last year roku announced the program which had a designed for wired. Sound bars. The program includes tcl. Pokemon on an element has just announced. They'll join as well with two point. Two point one ready sound bars roku tv ready to expand internationally later this year as well. But here's the big roku news roku has agreed to acquire exclusive global distribution rights to more than seventy five Shows documentaries some of which had not been released before qube shutdown. So there'll be some new stuff that nobody's ever seen after their exclusivity deal expires. That'll happen in a bit more than a year. Depending on the show roku will still have the rights to show the content just not exclusively until thousand twenty seven the content will have to be presented in original increments of ten minutes or less. The deal doesn't let them stitch it altogether. The content will be added to the more than forty thousand movies and tv shows already available. In the roku channel shows include from Be anyway punked. Murder house. Flip and dummy which stars anna kendrick. I never watched the new punk. I heard had its moments. The whole qube thing. It's really interesting to me because it was sort of like. It crashed and burned so quickly. And there's a lotta shot and friday around folks in the industry about it. And i think that's not because qube was doing things wrong. It was because the company had raised so much money time. Because you know. They had meg whitman. Jeffrey katzenberg who are you know. Heavy hitters and there was a little bit of like you are being to embassies and therefore you shall fail. The company did fail and the idea that some creators will have a new life on another platform shows. That just don't even saw but people still worked on. And maybe you're really good. I think this this makes a lotta sense and good for roku to get exclusivity for at least a few years so does roku have to wait at all in order to start showing this content or can happen immediately. I don't know when the start date. Whenever the deal is you know goes into effect. Then they'll immediately be able to to show it so you know within a month or so it would be my guess anyway but no they. They don't have once. The deal is actually in effect. They don't have to wait. What's going on here. is that the baby. Production companies own the rights to their own stuff but they have a two year exclusive for each one of their shows with qube and those two year exclusives are now being transferred to roku so roka will be able to have the exclusive for the remainder of whatever. The period was with quick. That's why it's more a year. Exclusively goes away then they still have the right to show it until twenty twenty seven but the production companies that made it can now start shopping at around to other places as well so the production companies do hold the content and remember this is just the content. Qube is still in a over. Its turnstile technology which is holding it up from selling its technology and i would expect once it resolves that lawsuit should resolve it in a way that they still hold their technology. They'll sell that to so this isn't the last you're going to hear could be selling off a part of it. I would imagine. Gotcha yeah that whole. The whole technology part of qube was again was an ambitious thing that was released at a very inopportune time in twenty twenty when everyone was like. We're just sitting at home like we don't need this like mobile phone technology. It's like cool that you can shifted around but you can't even cast thing. I mean the company did fix that pretty soon after allow about she was just. I mean it's just did. The timing couldn't be worse but that technology when you think of it in a variety of other form factors such as monitors that swivel talked about some of those yesterday. I don't know that qube or tiktok or snapchat or all of the stuff where we're like. Oh yeah that's the. That's the portrait view. Rather than landscape view. That works for certain apps is is is all that this is four. I think there's more to it So we'll see what happens and there's patents and things that are always valuable because you can use those to extract some concessions and money and stuff. So yeah expect that all to come join the conversation in our discord which you can join by linking to a patriotic. Can't get in there and talk about your favourite qube shows with all the other discord folks. Just lincoln to your patriotic out at patriotair dot com slash. Dpd s all right shannon. How do you clone a security key. Well i i will say please do not stop using your security keys because of this story i will explain it. Researchers from ninja lab published a paper on thursday showing how you could clone a google tightened security gate this is a two factor authentication key which is very similar to a you. Be key that you have to plug in or tap in order to access an account after putting in your username or your password credentials. Were both so in order to pull off the clone. You would need physical access to the key for about ten hours. Sometimes a minimum of ten hours just kind of depends on how good you are at this. About twelve thousand dollars worth of equipment physical equipment and custom software and some advanced skills in electrical engineering and cryptography as well. So you have to remove the chip and then take measurements of it at a being registered on each account that you went to attack the measurements observe electro magnetic radiation as the chip generates digital signatures that let the attacker slowly deduced the private key so measurements take about six hours per account. That's not including taking apart. The original tighten security key putting it back together. Then you need to seal the chip back into its case. You also need the targets password in order for this to work. So the reason it works is because of vulnerability in the security hardware chip residing within the google titan key and that is called an eighty seven hundred x by this company called. Xp if it's exploited in attacker could grab the elliptic curve cryptographic private key for the account and the same chip is actually found in other two factor. Authentication physical tokens as well like There's a ubiquity that it's found in but chances of attack or very very minimal given the scope of the attack so if you do all of this without the target ever noticing then they would never duplicated key but again given the scope given how much it costs and everything behind the scenes probably when it happened to normal user. The point of these security keys being the best way to use For two factor. Is that you can't even get at your private key right you. Nobody has to be able to get in there like the chip. Just doesn't make it available so the fact that they were able to get in there and get it is huge. You know the fact that they were able to do this is significant. But i mean if you're not a target of an advanced persistent threat. You don't need to worry about this. No one's going to go to the trouble to do this. And even if you're a target. I would guess shannon that most of them probably would be able to notice if someone took their key for ten hours or more you. You likely likely would especially since a lot of people with hardware tokens like google titan will stick them on a on their keychain for example like with their house keys or whatever wherever they keep all those personal physical devices that they don't want lost or stolen they keep them all on engaging so if somebody was to take one of these out of your purse out of your gym locker wherever it might be and remove it for like ten hour street minimum. You would likely know that this would have happened. the neat thing about these chips inside of these. Google tightened security keys. And any other cryptographic hardware tokens like these is that. Even the manufacturer doesn't know the private key so the fact that they were able to find vulnerability on these specific chipsets is really interesting. And i think that's the important bit of that. Is is even though the google titan like the end all be all of really excellent. Two factor authentication. There's always. The potential that vulnerabilities can be found. So i'm happy that this research came out. It's so fascinating and it's so interesting in this means that an x. p. and other security chipset manufacturers that sell these teeny tiny chips to google or whoever the company might be They can build on this. They can research and figure out what the next version of their chipset needs to entail in order to not be vulnerable to this again in the future. Yeah i mean this is really a good security story right. We finally figured out because there's always a way right. We finally figured out the way you get the private key out of a security key and guess what it's really hard takes a long time and now that we know it we can make it even harder and hopefully you know push that barrier out even further and even if somebody did have time to do this and you didn't notice i was reading the paper because i'm a huge nerd and they go as far as using fuming fuming nitric acid in order to get like melt the epoxy off of the original google titan. How are you going to put that back together. In order for somebody to not notice like there's a lot of intricacies with this attack in order for it to actually be pulled off so chances are very very slim that somebody would be able to pull off so again as i said at the very beginning. Don't stop using your google tightened security key if you have one keep using it because chances are you would never be attacked with this. Just just know if you haven't seen it in ten hours look together strange. This is going to be in a movie though. I'm calling that shot right now. We're gonna we're gonna see this movie. Where like i hope so. Somebody goes into surgery and they take his key and they go out and do all this and they slip it back in because ten hours later. He wakes up from anesthesia on something like that. I just hope they talked to the researchers so they actually show it off right. Yeah Sony tv and audio announcements Starting with details for its own tv lineup. Sticking with lead ravi x four k and k. Tv's will support four k at one hundred twenty hertz variable refresh rate vr as well as a l l m low latency mode and e arc. These are all things that are important. If you've got a ps five now you've got sony. Tv they can go. That sony also has an improved a chip that is going to improve the picture and sound positioning. So it aligns with what you see on the screen. Sony's master series. Tv's will come with a sensor that adjusts white balanced immense. Your ambiente color temp. You don't have to do anything they'll just do it. Also an aluminum heat shield. That will make for brighter. All the sets will support. Hdmi two point one. Another big one for ps five dolby vision hdr angle tv. Sony also announced. It's three hundred sixty reality audio platform if you're not familiar with three hundred sixty degree audio places instruments and vocals in a virtual sound field around your head but using just the one speaker so you can do this in an amazon echo or google. Home sony will start streaming video with three sixty audio later this year. Starting with concert from zara larsson on january eleventh. And somebody's gonna make speakers that support this. It'll be may supported by other speakers as well. But sony is going to put out the are five thousand and three thousand They've got that dark cloth. Surface that all these speakers seem to have these days with either bronze or silver accents. Work with google and amazon assistance and can connect to select sony abroad via. Tv's as well as supporting wi fi bluetooth. Spotify connect in google cast. The speakers do automated calibration to the room. They're in donut. The press a button for that. Either and we'll simulate three hundred sixty degree audio for stereo tracks as well. The five thousand cost five hundred pounds or five hundred ninety nine euros no. Us price yet on the three thousand two hundred eighty pounds. Three hundred fifty nine euros. This seems this. Seems like it's shaping up to be one of the trends. Is this the sort of three hundred sixty degree audio while you're listening to your black bank and it's just one speaker or potentially a couple of speakers ativan. Maybe yeah yeah already supported. Yeah there's less of kind of like What do i have to do. Five point one surround or at least get a couple of speakers and make them a stereo pair type thing. I really haven't heard this in. I don't know. I used to hang out at magnolia at best. Buy all the time. And just like geek out on stuff like this. of course. this technology wasn't around at the time. But it's really come on. Let's turn on some stuff and see the speakers. Do it works well. Then that's awesome my first reaction because i got rid of my kind of pants speakers some years ago because friend of mine needed them more than i did and i didn't have room in my apartment but i miss that i'm also an a. A permanent now that's smaller and kind of has a lot of weird angles and i find audio bounces off walls in wiz. That wouldn't if it was more of a square box broom So i'm not sure that i'm the perfect target market for this. You're the you're the one puts this through its paces and sees if it really works. Yeah if i could actually work as advertised again with some funny angles in a big old frame. Then i'm i'm really into this and i've always been. I don't have a sony. Tv currently sorry zony. But i was abroad. Bravi a person for years. Nears i think what the new bravi line is coming out with. Looks really nice. And i mean not totally in the market for a new tv. But i like the fact that i might get a new sony again paired up with a sony speaker. You got three six. Yeah already got all this stuff. It's going to be a messed anyway. You slice it. But i like. I like this to be sixty reality audio platform. What would you have set up in your house. I was straight up going to mention sonos because if if it doesn't have the connectability to be able to work with all of my other platforms that currently have invested in. Then chances are i wouldn't buy it. So i do have sono says in my house and i do have some issues connecting those with other speakers in the household to like like my google hub for example so the fact that this works with google and amazon assistant the speaker specifically The audio speakers. I think that's pretty cool. I like that. They are bringing that in and i am interested because i do live in a household. That has very high ceilings. How this would work in that kind of environment. So yeah. I'm very interested in the audio aspect. Well you might also be interested in what colour has come out. Oh yes the folks who make things like toilets and and sinks and lots of appliances however. Been a real. Cas mainstay for the last few years for some cool innovations and this year is no different. Even though we're not in vegas koehler has a new smart bathtub called the stillness bath. That lets you use an app or use your voice using google or amazon's assistance to fill up the water or perhaps set the mood by changing the color of the lights around the tab or even add some fog. You know you wanna kind of pretend like you're in the then present routines also turn on features in a certain orders if you wanna get kind of creative. that's cool. Yeah the certain amount of limitations with the base model and the base model is not cheap so temperature and depth control models alone will cost around eight thousand six hundred ninety eight dollars. That's right it's almost nine thousand dollar bathtub. If you want the experience tower that lets you activate fog and aromatherapy. That will run you just over ten thousand dollars. Both models are available in july. There are real things and if you want the version with lights and floor grades for overflow fifteen thousand nine hundred ninety eight dollars available. This october signed me off. I won't be buying those. Nope not even a little bit but we could have taken a bath at s in the new in the pre show roger was like. Why would you want fog. It's like this. Why does anyone want to be on. Yeah racist luxury suites in hotels for sure as well as apple's houses sure yeah something well. Yeah it's it's that like hey look at what my bath can do people go. Wow very fancy and then you know ten years from now will be like remember when we thought it was fancied to talk to your bathtub so that it would start filling up without touching it but Yeah it's it's somewhat silly because of the price. But i'm not really much of a bath person but they do look very nice all right. Let's check out the mail bag but ads do it. Nick wrote in with a pronunciation. Ramps own neck. You are not alone he says. Ac's rog is an initial list. Because it's our og like fbi or cia. People say ron yet. They're lower end gaming brand tough not initially them. It's an acronym like scuba or produce you f but pronounced off. It's like ace's can't make up their name minds. Then there's strict which is our subbrand strikes as a word it's a completely nonsensical made up word. But it's a word and you pronounce it as such nick as honestly as somebody. That buys a lot of hardware. Because i've rarely had a bad experience with them over the past twenty years. I am baffled by some branding decisions. The one the bugs me. The most is the strict subbrand. Sometimes acis makes the tricks products. The high end product in the product stock yet other times. It's a mid range product. Would it be too much to ask for consistency and product. Branding twenty twenty one. Yes apparently apparently we feel your pain. Nick i love the dichter's just like i just need to vent you guys. Let me let me let me get this up. Just we appreciate that. Yeah i mean i. i'm with you nick. Everyday is a fresh new hell when it comes to reading out some model numbers but what is not is shouting out our patrons at our master and grandmaster levels. Today they include christmas merton james and digression daniels and of course landon peralta back and illustrating the show. What have you drawn for us today. Len well you know. I'm really excited. Say that we've have the first image of the ample car the car. Which i'm that's what i'm calling it. I'm sure they're gonna take my advice. Coming around twenty twenty seven ish or so maybe You know you may. If you're a fan of richard scary busy world a you may be very familiar with the look of of the apple. Ii car I think it'll be a big hit with with fans of people who have kids So check it out. this is called meet. I car And this is available right now. My patriot on which by the way has to new levels. If lets me be your Let me be your teacher. Your mentor with your artwork. I can give you some help that way. And patriots dot com forward slash. Len plus i also just launched a new product called flip face max which is over at lend store dot com. And i i want to show you what that looks like. I did something special. for For our friend shannon for snubs. This is a this is what the flipping flipped. Face masks. looks like This is It's a little bit higher Higher end than the normal flip sister used to But those are on the front page story on pro dot com. But this is for you shannon. If people wanna see that because most people are just listening to this what should they do. Go to well right now. It's going to be on twitter instagram later. But just go to lend dot com. You'll see all the ones i've done over the past couple of weeks and including including shannon's so it's really lovely. Let it's yeah. That's adorable shannon morris First show of twenty twenty one certainly not the last. I know you're a busy lady at. Where can people keep up with your work. Oh my gosh. I have been busy. Youtube dot com slash shannon morse. Just like name. I just did at tech predictions video and it was so cool. I got like eighteen up and coming tech youtubers to their twenty twenty one tech predictions for the year. And there's some names in there that you that you definitely know. Aunt pruitt Miriam take rene ritchie. So i had a whole bunch of people joining and kinda give me their thoughts and It was very very optimistic. And i was really happy to see that. So if you want to see that video and the rest of mine check out my youtube channel. Hey folks if you need. Just the headlines. It's okay to skip eighteen s. Know you get busy. Check out our related show daily tech headlines all the essential tech news in about five minutes daily tech headlines dot com. We're live on this show. Monday through friday at four thirty. Pm eastern twenty one. Thirty e. c. And you can find out more at daily tech news show dot com slash lives. We back monday with chris. Ashley have a gray weekend. 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Pacific Coast Pirate Battle
"Welcome to kiss Miss Mysteries signed. Your host could crumb true to the name of this podcast, which is true mysteries of the Pacific northwest. Pirates off Oregon's Pacific Northwest Coast. Pick up any book on the Golden Age Pirates sixteen fifty to seventeen thirty, and it would have you believe that they sailed the Atlantic only, but in fact when the English begin actively pursuing what they called privateers and hanging entire crews, many pirates fled attempted to sail around. Cape Horn southernmost tip, south, America but few survive with the Atlantic and Pacific collided strong winds, large waves, predictable, current and icebergs challenged every vessel. Pirates formed gala. -Tarian orders based on elected officials mutual trust they did. Did make some crews captured vessels. Walk the plank. Yes, that really did happen. In eighteen twenty two captain of the British ship Rudd poll was made to walk the plank when his ship was captured by the pirate ship, Emmanuel before turning himself in Captain Kidd buried his treasure buried treasure so war on Long Island. He was hanged for piracy in London before it could retrieve it, but for two hundred years from fifteen, sixty, five, eighteen, fifteen, a Spanish treasury across the Pacific from Alka Poco Laden. With gold and silver. Silver that had been caravan across the isthmus of two one to pack from there. They sailed to new Spain at the time Manila unchallenged until sixteen, Ninety nine late. In that year, the five master pirate ship Peach made the run around Cape Hope Captain by Jack Berryman. The Spanish treasure galleon left behind by the rest of the Spanish fleet was just ten days out of the port of all Caputo Cho sailing. It'll lacy five knots Minoa when they were intercepted by another vessel when the peach pulled within five hundred yards. Yards of the and unfurled Charlie Roger and fired her twenty two cannon on the heavily Laden gallion without hesitation captain, Fernandez distant million unloaded. His sixteen cannons in response and beat a hasty retreat up the coast, of North, America, no match speed because of the gold and silver. He carried the PASSAIC couldn't lose the peach. The San Jose carried eighty pounds of goal, twenty-six tons of on coin, silver and four hundred thousand pesos for ten days with what the damage Rudder Santeria led the peach on a wild chase up. Up Coast of North America finally accurate off the rugged coast, the captain of the peace saw his chance and sailed to within a hundred yards of the guy, in for the best effect of short range cannons, and let fire all twenty two guns in a final show of defiance South Jose, unleashed her sixteen cannons by chance they hit the powder stores or the peach, blowing the ship to splinters, but it was too late for the San Jose sinking by the Stern, the captain gathered the ship's log perched on the bow. Bow made his final entry dated seventeen o one January half of his crew of sixty were lost in the final battle the remains managed wrath from the decking paddle through the surging forty degree water towards shore with the sun, high overhead, the sea retreated leaving the San Jose on Solid, seafloor on her starboard side, wrath and crew, high and dry captain until you crossed himself. As he watched a hundred foot wave sweeping from the ocean, the final entry in the log read longitude forty five point five one six degrees. Degrees north latitude one twenty three point nine, one nine four degrees west with a very slight adjustment of just a couple degrees, the final resting place of the treasure Galleon Song Jose is just off the Oregon coast, a little out from the town of Cohen,
Pirate Myths and Mysteries
"And for the next week or so. I will be focusing on tyrus during the Golden Age from sixteen fifty to about seventeen thirty and in my ongoing research for these podcasts. I have had a few surprises one. Pirates DID BURIED TREASURE TO PIRATES. Made MAPS FOR THOSE TREASURE. I will be producing evidence of this also. Pirates did make other pirates and English Spanish ship captains walk the plank pick up any book on the Golden Age Pirates. Sixteen fifty to seventeen thirty and it would have you believe that they sailed the Atlantic but in fact when the English began actively pursuing what they call privateers and hanging entire crews many fled attempting to sail around Cape Horn. The southernmost tip of South America but few survived where the Atlantic and Pacific collided strong winds large waves unpredictable current and icebergs challenge every vessel. Pirates formed egalitarian. Orders based on elected officials and mutual trust. They did make some crews of captured vessels walk the plank in eighteen twenty two captain of the British ship. Rudd poll was made to walk the plank when his ship was captured by the pirate ship. Emmanuel before turning himself in Captain Kidd buried his treasure somewhere on long island also around area will discuss Madagascar. He was hanged for piracy in London before it could retrieve it for two hundred years. Fifteen sixty five to eighteen fifteen. The Spanish Treasury Cross Pacific from Alka Poco laden with gold and silver had been caravan across the isthmus there from there. They sailed to new Spain at the time Manila unchallenged until sixteen ninety nine. It was late in that year. That the five masted pirate ship made the run around Cape Hope captain by check Berryman. The Spanish treasure galleon left behind by the rest of the Spanish fleet was just ten days out of port of Al Capone sailing. Lazy five knots for Manila when they were intercepted by another vessel when the peach pulled within five hundred yards of the Galleon and unfurled the Jolly Roger and fired. Twenty two cannon on the heavily Laden. Gallia well that was all it took without hesitation. Captain Fernandez de the Tinian unloaded his sixteen cannons in response and beat a hasty retreat up the coast of North America. No Vashem's speed for the gold. Silver she carried the San. Jose couldn't lose the peach. A Jose carried eighty pounds of gold twenty-six tons of unkown silver and four hundred thousand pesos. For ten days with a damaged rudder Santellien led the peach on a wild chase up. The coast of North America finally anchoring off a rugged coast the captain of peach saw his chance sailed to within a hundred yards the guy and for best effect of short range cannons and let fire twenty two guns in a final show of defiance. The San Jose unleashed her sixteen cannons. And by chance hit the powder storage of the each flowing. This ship to splitters but it was too late for the San Jose sinking by the Stern. Captain gathered the ship's log and perched on the bow made his final entry dated January. Seventeen O one. Half of his crew sixty were lost in the final battle. The remains managed to wrath from the decade paddle to the surging forty degree water toward shore with the sun high overhead. The Sea retreated leaving the San Jose on Solid C. Four on her starboard side the raft high and Dry Captain. Sotoudeh crossed himself as he watched one hundred foot. Waves sweep in from the ocean. The final entry in the log. Read Longitude Forty five five sixteen degrees north latitude one twenty three ninety one and ninety four degrees west with a slight adjustment of just a couple degrees the final resting place of that treasures. Scallions San Jose is just off the Oregon coast off the little town of Nice. Colin perhaps a mile out from the famed ghost forest. You see the last great cascade. Subduction zone earthquake occurred early in January. Seventeen O one. The famous Oregon Ghost florist was once a Sitka. Spruce forest dropped twenty five feet during that quake justice shifting place of pushed. What's left of that forced to the surface? A fascinating side at low tide. Perhaps in a few years if the place continued shift the remains of the treasure. Galleon San Jose may appear on that same
"eighty pounds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Four hundred wills Tristen worsened are you a macabre acting in eighty pounds I think it ultimately comes down to the judges will and macabre activity if you or judge Wilson's more of a it's a white truck Alabama he's physical nasty has the athleticism he pushes you dominate in the run game Asia if you are the more athletic yes Mike I backed a plated Louisville outstanding athlete that is can move around and do all the things that you look for in a natural left tackle it really just come down the style what style office exactly do they want and what style of play are they going to implement Joe judge in terms of how they want it the actors are you will be a smashing the **** who smashed okay they're probably lead you to will if they go through a more they don't they have gelled back out back the maybe the benefit what did you think when the jets pick at eleven and the jets did add a lot of enough free agency the office of light but not a real marquee name or stand out do you think if the jets stick eleven that there will be an offense of tackle that left there for them to take absolutely maybe someone there I think it's saying that the jets yes I have to make a decision do they want to take it offers a line or did you want to get Sam Darnold a playmaker if you want to give a play maker there could be a prime spot to give them my number one place like on the ground it will come down to that okay it Gerry do you think would be that guy do you think he'll be there story can be cured you UCLA the world could yet into the conversation really you're using the route runner she laughed as the playmaker he wrote it explosive player if you deal with him Donald what do you want to get fit and on what is the need most allocated a number one receiver so your YouTube video and whichever one they like I think that's what he got you know Bucky when you mention the the tackle depth in this draft we've heard a lot that the receiver depth here it at the receiver position is loaded in the NFL draft as well you call you did a little bit of a lot it at seven offense of tackles and then there's a drop off where's the drop off a wide receiver you are here to give the editor crew that you needed a dominant player in the second floor of the house so it is fair to the kids when you know the values would you rather have a blue colored opposites apple well maybe a league wide receiver what are the night you go big guys hold on to your destiny after one shouldered a wide receiver in the second round you're pretty wide receiver that can be selected sorry we can check on that all right do you want to give you a second the telephone it would go so what kind of Rodriguez I think over Alex he thought I did a five hundred thirty three dollars I think if you if you want to play maker while receiver in the second round a bunch of value it's like so again it's a borderline and Justin Jackson they could be a player Brandon are you from Arizona state could be a player changing insulin because it could be a guy in that consideration a lot of attention as you think about building the office around seven bottles what if you needed anything big basketball play makers there's need for speed really what started out like a basketball team if they do that I think they have a ton of options and all of those options don't necessarily have to come in for sure Bucky Brooks is our guest you know I've I've sure obviously you saw the news as it made around that you know to as medical seem to be coming back rather positively you know obviously his agents are out front saying he's ready to go how do you think teams are especially the quarterback needy teams Bucky how are they looking at that sort of two has been cleared news well we don't know because they haven't really had a chance to really get around here it's all because of the dogs haven't necessarily got around them so they can take it by okay he's coming straight in the right direction but they're still waiting on the official word once they get there nothing could be more grated cheese welcome to buy she can be in the player but I think he's a great prospect it's just that the issue concerns were mentioned yeah I Bucky if your if your front office right now you need a quarterback would you gamble on to stay healthy our record is make it a little kick into high school I would gamble because I don't want you and so if I had an opportunity to get a guy who is maybe it makes it through Greece in Los Angeles and I'm all about so if you want to say like you gotta depend on decisions on your security and your job but I love the player must process so if your ranking like who do you think are the top five quarterbacks in this draft a quarter yeah I with the white house's tools overall then you have just heard you had your love and enjoy the perks and a lot of it is separation between the top two is terrific intelligence again with her with a lot of different don't you want a higher floor are you still in high school was just broken shaker love is the highest ever Indian J. her suggestion prospect we got a lot he cannot come on the car okay thank you if two was stays healthy in the NFL you think he is a better pro career the borough yeah about the update information you choose to use it I'll be watching for you watch him he runs around like the ball was quick to fly their job or anything Catholic troubleshoot Ellis you and it could be a very very good player I still to this market Bucky Brooks is our guest the move the sticks podcast you can listen to what he does with Daniel Jeremiah this a final one for me bulky and it's you know for the locals again for the giants and a jet fan who are listening to us is there a and under the radar guide that you think would fit well if it nicely with both of those teams with either of those teams and someone that those fans should be looking out for because there's so many other players okay for the yes I was a second one largely because certainly be an American I think what's interesting is the wires to the coach for the jets John Jefferson his son Ben Jefferson might be the best route runner in the draft and I know the nepotism yes certainly played well we go because you hear it but I think that Jackson would be an outstanding play maker in addition to the jets for the giants I think it's about contagion buildup that officer one I think the office is about ready to talk with Jenny Jones eight one Barkley they got to get it right to the office and not having to go ahead with the office block they get their sensible way to put it looking to be so I don't want to be Bucky is this chase young are an unbelievable prospect of Ohio state first off your thoughts on and secondly I've heard some people criticize that he's not showing up in big games when you watch him on film fair or unfair okay because anyone who didn't watch the tape alligator mailbox with the close together but he still destructive you talk about a dominant player the side the left the production meetings more productive than Jones and they posted follow at Ohio state so the fact that we're having that discussion conversation with the people I haven't looked up in the dormitories clerical duties for the sake also but he thank you so much for the time today and I fell network analyst we mention the move the sticks podcast appreciate it and you know have fun on tomorrow's peloton right yeah thank god hi this is a nice a buggy those I thought the the conversation to begin talking about scouting you know how many how many games you need to watch the fact of yes some franchises how they heavily invest in the scouting department some going cheap the fact of fantasy football impacting where everyone feels like they can evaluate and judge talent I think it's facet in a billion dollar industry the last thing I mean the one thing you want to do as much as we make of the NFL draft the idea that that F. L. teams out there are short changing their scouting department going cheap makes little to no sense Mackey well you know but lets a Bucky also said there's a little of the analytical the analytics boom that's hit baseball kind of comes in where you feel like you can if you could play the games on paper that it would be fine and even everyone would have the formula but it can be a little bit tougher and listen you understand why then you know teams get great reputations for drafting well and it is like a you know teams like the Baltimore Ravens who year after year we look to them and say bad if they were good enough for the ravens other even just traded one of their former first overall picks but you get my sense you know you get where I'm going there these these there are certain teams that that have the reputation because they've earned it and yes I do think that there's something to having the former players scouting scouting up for you for your franchise I think that that is no brainer stuff to me and you know it don't you wouldn't you want a former player you know trying to identify talent for you at at that that just makes so much sense yeah that works and he thinks the giants are gonna go offensive line with the fourth overall pick anything see if you know the jets can go one of two ways either tackle which we talked about a wide receiver which we talked about a talked about the extensive receiver depth and that you can get play makers in the second or third route the receiver position but said there's a significant drop off after the top seven offense of tackles in the draft so those are all blue chippers guys they can start first day after that there's a drop off from that point forward yeah you know what that will probably play and has to play into Dave Gettleman's decision right because the one thing that he doesn't like to do is he says he doesn't like to get cute when it comes to the draft and obviously the giants do need offense of light help so what what I think it makes perfect sense the one thing is most of you brought it up if they see Isaiah Simmons as a gold jacket guy if they think the projects to be you know that they're gonna throw you know whatever needs they may have they're going to throw them out the door and say he was the best available we couldn't pass up but I thought the fact is that the interesting thing is you got if you draft them as Buckey said you gotta know how to use it yep these if you don't know how to use them he might he's an unbelievable talent that can do a lot of things for your team defensively but if you don't have a game plan on how to use them then then he is not going to fulfill his potential so he's an unbelievable prospect coming out of Clemson and he played very very big in big games into a lot of team for your a lot of things your team defensively but you do have to have a game plan want to hear from you eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Moussa Maggie with you it's a Wednesday mid day at the top of the hour we're gonna talk to former mad men the site young award winner R. A. Dickey Ron Darling will join us in the noon hour as well and our mystery guest to as we take it right up until two Moussa Maggie would you join and coming away then right here the fan in New York hi.
Oprahs Weight Loss Show
"This is what I wrote in my journal. On the night of November Fifteenth Nineteen eighty-eight. I had such anxiety and exhilaration pulling out that wagon fat. I can't believe those genes finally fit after this ten year struggle with weight. It's finally over or so. I thought it was really just the beginning of a real physical and emotional battle against weight and all that it has meant to me. If Wade has been an issue for you today show will hopefully lead you to win your own battle. That's why I'm doing it. I'll take you through all the steps. I've been through beginning with peeling away. The emotional layers the most important then onto pilling away the physical and I was just so proud of myself just having the discipline to not eat for four months straight. I had no idea of the physical trauma. I put my body through northern emotional trauma. That was ahead. I've kept journals almost all my life and although I've experienced incredible changes throughout my career my weight was all consuming November. Twenty ninth nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight exactly two weeks after the Diet show. I've gained five pounds. I'm one hundred fifty today. I've been eating out of control. I've got to rein in in. I still can't get used to being thin. December seven. Th One thousand nine hundred ninety eight. I read an article today. One criticizing me for the Revlon. Shoot making fun of the weight loss saying. Let's see her in two years. It really hurt my feelings. I'll show them December twelve thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I love doing the revlon shoot. It changed the way I felt about me. Never imagined myself is beautiful but that ad made me feel beautiful so for that reason alone it was worth shooting just to feel that December thirteenth one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I came home and ate as much zero as I could hold a junk all day. Not Good at all. I never cited how. I'm going to keep the weight off. I keep experimenting testing how much I can eat. It's also ridiculous. How am I going to get through the holidays without gaining December twenty? Six one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. There's a party in Aspen. I don't WanNa go. I've gained five more pounds. One fifty five January. Second Nineteen eighty-nine. This was my day to start dieting again instead. I made pork chops and ate them. Oh well tomorrow's another day Miss Scarlet. The holidays are officially over. So what's IT GONNA be for me fasting again? I don't know if I have it in me. January seventh nineteen eighty-nine. I'm out of control. Start out my day trying to fast by noon. I was frustrated. Hungry just thinking about the agony of at all a bowl of raisin bran left. The House bought some Caramel. Corn came back at three staring at food in the cabinets. And now I want some fries with lots of salt out of Control. January nineteenth nineteen thousand nine hundred fifty eight pounds. I'm bordering on disaster. I feel it coming. I'm wondering fifty-eight eating everything in sight. I need help. Old Patterns have emerged are taking over if I don't fast this entire weekend then Monday. I seek professional counseling. That's the deal complete and total fast January twenty first nineteen eighty nine. I lied to myself about professional counseling. I'm not ready to submit to it. March nine hundred eighty nine. This is what I wish for the absolutely eliminate weight as an issue for myself that I will not eat drink or consume anything that will prevent me from reaching my goal. That is what I wish for the determination and will to do it. Just do it no matter what it is possible and I will November Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-nine anniversary of the Diet. Show one hundred sixty eight pounds. I'm thoroughly disgusted with myself. I couldn't even get then for the anniversary show whereas my resolve every day I wake in with good intentions and then I fail November twenty third. Nineteen eighty-nine Thanksgiving Day. One hundred seventy five pounds. Which really is a fat person again? I've lost my resolve trying to find a way to carry on the battle December. First Nineteen eighty-nine. I'm still battling what has been for me. A lifetime struggle. I thought that have to November. One thousand nine hundred fifteen diet anniversary show at least weight is an issue. Stop being afraid that someone was going to bring it up and say. Hey Oprah haven't you gain weight and go on with my life not. I'm still struggling. Just cook rice and smother chicken. I Edman I was supposed to eat only a salad instead. I eat the salad and the chicken. I'm going to look this. I just don't know how right now December thirteenth one thousand nine hundred nine the new studios looking great. We'll be moving in the first of the year. The farmhouse is coming together two. Everything's going so well. So why do I still feel compelled to eat February sixteenth nineteen ninety? I'm in dire need of help with my weight. Almost on the verge of being overcome had a woman come into hair analysis going to determine what kind of vitamins I need. It's unbelievable I'm still looking for miracle cures what happened to my new year's resolution and then my thirty six year old birthday resolution. I don't know I just know I'm in trouble. I'm one hundred eighty pounds now. I wake every morning hating myself in the weight predicament. I'm in fifteen pounds ago. I would have thought this impossible. I'm not inching but galloping towards the two hundred pound mark I vowed to be back to one hundred fifty pounds by the Hope Award April Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety exhausted. I Work Twenty hours today. We'll have to do the same tomorrow. I'm worried about booster place. Eating snacks all day from the craft table. I hate seeing myself on film. June twelfth nineteen ninety. I'm carrying fat around. Its overcoming me. One hundred ninety one pounds overcome June eighteen thousand nine hundred ninety. I woke up the past four days hating myself because I hadn't fasted or at least stuck to some kind of plan trying to lose ten pounds in a week so I can put on this next week for the emmys. July nineteenth nineteen ninety never lost weight for the EMMYS instead of game. Five more. I'm one ninety-six still trying to reckon myself still in the closet assessing all the winter clothes. I won't be able to wear nothing. Fits I dread walking into the Fat Lady Stores August Eleventh? Nineteen ninety trying to be in the spirit. The fat has stopped me from feeling so blocked. I cannot think August Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety. I cried in my office cried because I know that lots of people have been discussing it. No one says anything but I feel them avoiding the subject. A CRY FOR MY POOR MISERABLE SELF. Having gotten to the state scale said two hundred and three pounds this morning controlled just controlled by it. Every day waking up with a plan by the end of the day not following through billing diminished less of a person. Guilty ugly you name it trying to gain control knowing that God says I already have it where is it? God dancing on the MC Hammer show with the fattest behind. I've ever seen I saw that tape and can't denied anymore. I really am fat again. They're in new fat clothes. Making me look even bigger feeling just about as low as one can about myself knowing that. I'm being blocked. August twenty fifth one thousand nine hundred ninety. Did a diets don't work. Seminar stood in a room in a bathing suit and admitted that I was two hundred pounds. That was hard September ninth nine hundred ninety instead of losing fifty pounds for the hope awards I gained had to have the for breakout redone. I DIDN'T WANNA go worried about people saying how fat I was made the worst dressed lists with marge. Simpson described his bumpy dumpy and downright lumpy. Gallon I thought I'd looked pretty decent in January. Twenty ninth nine hundred. Ninety one turned thirty seven. I have a New Vision for myself to become lean fit. Strong physically emotionally spiritually food alone. Isn't the answer. What is February twentieth? Nineteen ninety-one went on vacation and gained eight pounds bringing me to an all-time Ping two hundred twenty six pounds. So big unproportionate fat in the face unable to move freely that I don't know this self
"eighty pounds" Discussed on WTVN
"Guidelines it may be the norm for a while trump says he's working to help states get surplus medical supplies if they face a rush of patients over ordering tremendous numbers of ventilators respirators masks and their orders and they're coming for governors in hospitals worry there are not enough beds or respirators and urging the president to start building temporary care centers in the field ABC news Washington we have to stick a needle Jennifer holler made history today the Seattle woman got the first injection in the test of a possible covert nineteen maxi everybody's feeling so helpless right now and I realize that there was something that I could do to help the vaccine however is not expected to be available to the public for at least a year a day after the fed cut interest rates to almost zero the stock market plunged again for its worst day since nineteen eighty seven every piece of monetary fiscal policy all you can think of as being correct this problem but those are solution for when we come out of it on the other side to help the economy jumpstart and get back to cruising speed those will help in a big way the question is when will we see that other side you're listening to A. B. C. news finding news radio six ten WTVN Allison Wyant a no vote from a judge in Franklin County in terms of stopping tomorrow's in person voting in the primary election the fact that there are some unknown number would presumably thousands of ballots in the discussion of course Alexion eighty pounds SO nine people voted early I'm worried about the security of their ballots already being built there have already been both being lost feels this franchise if we postpone the same because after all we have to address concerns as of right about heading the whole workers we've got a we've got more seventeen but if you don't know what we can have on April twenty eighth we don't know what will happen on June second we are in the balance all the securities gonna stay in place if we keep all of the staff did nine the request to cancel in person voting tomorrow Franklin County court of common pleas judge Richard fry pointed to the fact the corona virus has been an issue of concern since January and that absentee voting in Ohio has been an option since last month Ohio governor Mike DeWine had recommended voting in the primary be extended until June second and secretary of state Frank larose has ordered that the hours to allow for drop off of a mail in ballot also be extended now until seven o'clock tomorrow night that's when the polls will close those can be left at your local board of elections office meanwhile joining the closure list today governor Mike DeWine says he's issuing another order for biz certain businesses to close gyms fitness centers bowling alleys public recreation centers movie theaters indoor water parks and indoor trampoline parks almost now close in order to help stop the spread of the virus some YMCA branches in the state are suspending other programs in order to help focus on child care though they say this is an effort to help hospital workers who need daycare as well as working families who suddenly are finding themselves with their children at home due to closures of their businesses meanwhile the number of confirmed covert nineteen cases in Ohio has reached fifty fourteen all of them are hospitalized cases have been confirmed in twelve counties including three in Franklin County I'm Alison Wyant your ABC six first warning weather forecast is coming.
I never hit my goals. Am I setting them too high?
"So pat asks. I never hit my goals. Am I setting my goals? Too High One of the things I learned about goals is that in order for you to set realistic goals. Goals that you can achieve. That are a bit of a stretch but can be achieved. You have to reverse engineer them. You have to actually figure out his even possible for example. If I set the goal that next month I WANNA have three thousand new customers but last month I had ten customers. How many to make that difference of two thousand nine hundred ninety customers. How is that going to actually happen? How many customers do I need every day? How am I gonNA get those customers? This will give me a better indication. If this goal is far. Fetched or actually doable. You got to reverse engineer the goal and you care reverse engineer any goals without any metrics. What are you measuring this outcome? This goal against can't say next month we'll have a bigger business just means maybe one more customer than last month so be specific about the metric. You're following about your goals and then reverse engineer and find out. What do I need to do to hit that goal this month? Is that something that I do is something that I've done in the past or maybe Come close to and maybe can push myself a little bit more. What's my plan of execution? This is very important because if you're just setting goals at thin air and just hoping that is going to happen by a pure miracle then you're asking for disappointment before example. Let's say I have a fitness goal and I want to be able to bench press two hundred pounds and let's say I benchpress. Ray Now a hundred and sixty pounds so that means that. I need to increase my wait. A lease buy ten pounds every week to hit that two hundred mark. So if I'M GONNA work out four times a week that means every time I work out I gotta add two and a half pounds to my bench to hit that mark. Is that doable can actually do that. Can I? You know bench press two and a half more pounds every time I work out this week. It sounds pretty doable. I think I can do it. It's not so far fetched. I'm asking to bench press four hundred pounds right. It's doable. I have a breakdown. It sounds like something that can achieve but having said that you need to set three different goals and this is called good better best. So in the bench press example the best would be being able to bench press two hundred pounds a better goal which is the medium goal would be one hundred and eighty pounds and good would be maybe one. Seventy five or one seventy. I've increased my weight. It's not the two hundred. It's not a hundred and eighty but hey it's a goal that I'm happy with because I'm making progress so always set your goals with good better best results. Why because you might hit the goal early you might. Hey I got ten more days in the month and it really hit the good goal. Let me show to go for the better goal or maybe even the best the other reason why you should set good. Better best goals. Is that if you are reaching the end of the month? There's a few more days and you're not even close to your good goal. You know you're setting them too high. You're not really setting realistic goals. That have a game plan that actually can be implemented. This is what I love about. Good better best is because it allows you to really break down. What is actually achievable? And it's trackable because you can really quickly see all your setting it too high or even too low. Whatever you're hitting your best goal and yourself two weeks left in the month you know. You're not sending them ambitiously enough also make sure you have milestones in terms of time to your goals. If you're sending monthly goals then have a weekly goal. What do you need to this week by the end of the week in order to be on track? Because you want to catch things before you fall behind. If by the end of your first week haven't completed the weekly goal to get you to the monthly goal which basically is your month ago divided by four. Whatever that result is then you know you need to make up for lost time. You need to make sure before week to begins. You're on track or it's just going to get harder and harder as time goes on my advice to anybody. Who's starting out in a setting setting goals for themselves is to make sure you set goals. That are totally achievable at the start. The thing about goals is going to be sending them month after month year after year. So what I like to do is get some wins under your belt. Get some goals that get achieved gain some confidence and learn how it feels to accomplish a goal so you can use that momentum and then start upping the ante a little bit more so maybe if you feel like the goals a little bit weak. That's okay get the win. Accomplish the goal and the next month you know raise the stakes a little bit more. Make it a little more challenging but a lot of us. We try to accomplish impossible goals when we haven't accomplished one goal yet. Get some wins under. You
"eighty pounds" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And that was total eclipse of the heart by Bonnie Tyler and our song of the week send us your song of the week that you would like to hear and will start playing on next week we're back on the weekly check up and I'm your guest host Belinda Skelton filling in for doctor Bruce Feinberg our show is produced by lands Atlantis healthcare marketing experts today we're joined by our friends from virtual imaging Frankie at Malden although our expert in the studio and we're taking your calls at four oh four eight seven two zero seven fifty and we left taught hanging with the question that we need to go back and answer for him he had a second question Todd you're back on the air on W. SP you want to finish that second question up real quick yes miss Melinda I'll be glad all the problems with all right now is everything I eat every bank that during and I'm still smoke I throw that every day every day man the six foot chain that wise but a hundred eighty pounds but constantly in my stomach check it out soldiers completely should I stop doing then or do I'd done need to come in Moline it is right now Sir number one I cannot listen we don't like it there we go can you hear me OK yeah Todd I cannot tell you medically what to do I don't know if you have a primary care doctor the you could see about that but I will tell you this right now Sir you need to come in and get your entire body scan because again over twenty one years we've been doing this if there's something there this machine will find it and you do want to know is not is not an ignorance is bliss scenario here you don't want to just leave it to well if it happens it happens come in and see is what you believe is going to tell you what the offer is here in a minute but you come in and see is asked to speak to me specifically I'll talk about anything you need to have a dress okay okay dot thank you so much all right Todd you know that that's not a normal thing to happen right well does not mean you know I I eat the powders lighter color that that's tearing the stomach up as well okay listen to this everybody all listeners stop what you're doing we are making a free offer since its heart awareness month.
How to Use German Volume Training
"German volume training was popularized by Rolf. A- might say his surname wrongs apologize but Rolf Feser or visa in the mid seventies and of this new process. It it was in Germany. Rolfe was then. The national coach of weightlifting missing and routine creates barrel for his athletes was re characterize by intense rigid work and restaurant ges and it produced amazing results by the one thousand nine hundred Canadian spread coach. Charles Polokwane adopted the program and professional bodybuilder. Vince Giraldo's also massive proponent of this astonished Training Charles pollock would actually window to Germany to learn from roles and in an interview with Bob End. Paul said that they were big believers out there in Germany. unroll a champion of this. In the low of repeated efforts say one of the reasons they said people don't get strong is because they simply don't do enough sets so so what is German volume training. We've already had that implies is going to be a number of sets it's also referred to as the ten sets method. I'm was often used in the off-season to help weightlifters gain lean body mass and in fact it was so efficient that lifted routinely moved up full weight class within twelve weeks so German volume will you. Training is defined by its distinctive sets and REPS SCHEME TED and sets off ten which sounds as horrible as it is honestly is horrible actually used it. It's very recently and I can show you that it hurts and to make matters worse you rest. Periods are very short sixty seconds between sets. If you're doing one main left such as the School Toro Bench press on Ninety to one hundred twenty seconds between sets if you're alternating between two movements. So how can you go about starting German volume training so you want to really begin for weight. You lift the twenty reps to failure. If you had to save more most people on most exercises that could represent about sixty percent of your one rep Max Lewd. So you'll bench pressing three hundred pounds for one Rep. You should use one hundred eighty pounds for the exercise fully for the session. Sessions won't be will start with this method. They often question its value really for the first several sets. Because I wouldn't lie. It does feel quite easy to wait. Doesn't feel heavy enough on you feel like don't get a breeze through this however could the middle respiratory in sets. It does really quickly catch up on you on your muscles almost seem to drop off on hits. It's really hard to actually to finish head Reps. And obviously you know that you might have four or five cents left there so it does definitely catch up but the body basically adopts the extraordinary stress by hypertrophy being targeted muscle fibers in the body. And honestly your your body will not be used to the volume endurance needed by your. The muscles is quite intense. It really does lead to built-up fatigue or an interesting CIDER. Though you might find. You seem to get stronger again during the eighth and ninth nine cents really and this is because of the short term neural adaptation. What you're able to do ten sets of ten with constant rest intervals? So that means you're sticking to. You're sixty seconds. You'll doing ten clean reps ten sets then you should think to increase the weight and if you're using a ball for example you might want to increase around fortified aww five percent and then repeat the process also again just emphasize you should be doing. Well executed Reps. The form should be kept strict. You know trying to force wraps APPs with bad form during any negatives or anything like that the volume of work will take had the hypertrophy of your muscles and for each Joan volume trading session. You do you should huge. Let that muscle group recover from each session because it's so intense volume body Paul. You might want to leave it full five days to recover as really does have significant impacts on your your body. Charles pollock said at the end of cycle. So once you've done a whole Joan volume training program you'll get closer to a high percentage of your one re Max because you develop more work poverty. He also says do exercise like back. Squats Lakers too inefficient exercises goblet scored. So even the leg press he found. If you're doing a high energy exercise takes a lot out of you like the squad noodling ten reps ten times. Then it's really quite significant impact on your body and it takes a lot of efforts of one on your part but if you're doing on the leg press your rate of perceived effort for example might be sixty percent of what it would be on the squat. As less of a compound compound movement using as many muscle groups have. What have the waiters on your back? So you won't do exercise that recruits a lot of motor units all the way down to the accessories unreas- German volume training is really a quite significant challenge. If you don't mind lengthy up to five days after a leg day you do want some good results. If you've hit a plateau for example simple then give German volume training ago on. Let us know how you end
"eighty pounds" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"You're gonna be able to help a lot of people that are in these keys situation where cares more about other people doesn't so absolutely I'm the same way so I understand it when you live in this world and you mean more she is so to speak and you make a decision to take the red pill and used seen the injustices seen the things that we see in this world we just know I'm not right what do you have understanding of it from my perspective Wayne's respect now it has to be a taxi and usually the person who's the past see I have some kind of connection just as Lee Harvey Oswald to the CIA or to some sort of governmental agency right where do you draw the line between conspiracy theories in fact I don't even consider the concept of what people say conspiracy theory is a real thing because is it a conspiracy theory or where this fax well what was presented to the public altered to make it seem a certain way I know to show off you know when he knows the truth the problem is we live in a world in which people have been programmed not to ask questions the way maybe right about this there seems to be a lot of lingering doubt when it comes away millions guilt but it's not exactly why we discuss for example I heard varying opinions of Wayne's physical capacity to kill and dispose of the thing cater the twenty seven year old was one of the few adult victims of the land shall murders I asked when we thought about that the the murder of Nathaniel cater any being blamed on Wayne Williams is no way it could have happened at all in a court case one car never stop on the breach so six one hundred and eighty pound me was thrown from a moving car over a year this is about five feet high how she made a candidate yes six one how's he going to be out of a window of a car they they cater was a bad **** Kato was known industry survey Lana should be able to beat up two guys at one time three guys at one time solo five seven Wayne we little fact five seven Wayne Williams killed this guy yes No Way so how now does one eighteen take a six one hundred eighty pound me with one arm that's the most disgusting lie ever doing says cater was six one hundred eighty pounds but according to court documents he was actually five eleven hundred forty six pounds Nathaniel cater was one of the two adult victims that when was actually convicted of murdering the other was twenty one year old Jimmy ray pain pain little magnolia street about a block from the home of Patrick boulders or Jimmy right pain was a guy who was in the streets whom supposedly wanting to one the autopsy report and calls a deaf a new issue Lee is the dag it was undetermined Dan it was change just say translation which basically means he was strangled I have the actual picture I check this out when was right records show the Jimmy ray pains because of death was originally marked as undetermined rather than homicide on the medical report on June sixteenth nineteen eighty one however on August sixth nineteen eighty one the report was re done and pains cause of death was changed a homicide news coverage of Wayne Williams trial shows of the medical examiner could only say with certainty the pains death was a result of undetermined at six PM officials from the Fulton County medical examiner's office spent more than six hours last night and today examining Jimmy pains body there are multiple means of expectation in the medical examiner couldn't be sure of the exact mechanism any.
"eighty pounds" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Issues like update lately it seems like corn gets a beating every time the USDA releases a new report and unfortunately yesterday was not an exception demonstrate gas was that the US it would reduce the national average yield by a bushel and a half but instead they increase our estimate by two tenths of a bushel they did reduce sending stocks which they now have picked at one point nine three billion bushels but the trade was expecting something more along the lines of one point six eight billion the net result was that the December futures ended up closing fourteen cents lower for the day yesterday so the numbers on the other hand were friendly the USP reduce their national average you'll buy a full bushel per acre from last month's report to stand at forty six point nine bushels per acre they also reduced to two thousand nineteen twenty projected Kerry and from six hundred forty million bushels last month good projected four hundred and sixty million in yesterday's report before the USDA report came out so I mean bowls received positive news when the weekly export sales report showed seventy six point nine million bushels of sales last week and this was followed up by an announcement of an additional three hundred ninety thousand metric tons of soybeans to China is part of all of positive news the December futures struggle going into the calls and ended up a quarter of a cent war for the day your CA sweet report was slightly bearish with ending starts coming in a bit above the average trade us but they're seeing increasing by twenty nine million bushels to our total stocks of one billion forty three million world ending stocks of wheat were slightly above expectations as well the Australian crop size was lowered by one million metric tons in the Russian wheat crop was left unchanged based on their I'm going I'm going drought in the conventional wisdom is that the Australian wheat crop could decline further and perhaps significantly soul at the close this spot futures were anywhere from six and a half to ten cents lower depending on which commodity exchange you were looking at the US a pig all cotton production a twenty one point seven million bales those bales always ordered eighty pounds of peace that was down one percent from their previous forecast but up eighteen percent from what we saw in two thousand eighteen they're expecting the national average yield average eight hundred thirty three pounds of per acre that's delta six pounds last month's forecast in thirty one fawns breaker less than what we had produced in two thousand eighteen reported con on its heels with December closing down sixty seven points is it settle at sixty one forty two why start futures were real mixed bag yesterday December live cattle futures ended the day up twenty five points or November feeder cattle were down twelve and a half cents the closing bell Lienhard futures at me scratching my head we can import export sales came in at a very good number thirty one thousand three hundred metric tons with the vast majority of that going to China on top of that we had and then I'll still one hundred twenty three thousand three hundred sixty two metric tons I will be going to China and the new marketing here I was unable to find any sale of China's ever been larger than this in fact this appears to have exceeded the previous largest sale by sixty percent but in spite of that all the December lean hogs futures I ended up closing a dollar lower for the day classroom futures joined in yesterday's general theme of weakness with the November future settling down twenty points is it close at eighteen fifty eight in the cash livestock markets over we.
"eighty pounds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That the head coach treating week one week two like a pre season you know like pre season was just awful if this team would have been prepared right we should be three and but but. two in one I agree part of the offense you know when the Stravinsky gonna learn to throw up they'd pass in the end zone you throw it to the pylon you either say a little over the guy's head for you catch a touchdown one way or the other you're getting points under throw it can get interceptions it's frustrating the running back I don't understand why you have co wins and Dan Patterson your two burners running between the tackles he that's what you got Montgomery and Davis for your big hammers running them up the middle and another thing if you're gonna run run half backed out you know just trying to have her best ski protocol when in tight coverage god doesn't have a accuracy to to drop in on a on a bucket like that you know on a dime like that. and who has a much better catch radius it would be the guy that you want to throw it to and that's all I got some great calls the seat you know there's there's one thing and I've been telling Dan last your entire. colon to recall one is the perfect flanker back I agree he's the perfect thank your back he can stop in one Brazilian th of a second and bang he's gone inside or outside he breaks away he can get separation like nobody on this team can and he's got that dynamite explosion speed from right right from the get go he should be in the slot like Danny Amendola and the other ones at New England and I'm gonna tell you something he should be in motion and I again would hate like hell to be the guy that has to cover him when he comes from the strong to the weak side or the weak side to the strong side flickr back comes in motion and it's a step out of all the breaks and with his speed he's gone we don't use them that way we've got him in an H. back field sex. weighs a hundred eighty pounds with ten pounds away them. he has no business being in any age back field none. he's a receiver he's a playmaker back that's what this kid is. okay so the broadcast I to a good spot on three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred let's take a quick time out get back your calls have been be with because up till midnight bears are two and one thirty one fifteen maybe the Redskins on seven twenty W. G...
"eighty pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"We gave our hormone support hypothalamus support we also gave our dream of support got the got the body work in the right way and now we get the results that we see it's not surprising either right around that age right around the age of thirty nine forty I hear more and more that right between the ages of like thirty nine and forty one a lot of things change in the women's body yeah and cycle right and so it's really it's interesting that every ten years right right exactly so I think that it's interesting that you know you brought that up but speaking of the health benefits so we've had this happen a bunch of times in our office but this just recently happened again Michele who am I believe she's in her mid thirties as she lost eighty pounds she did two rounds yeah I mean really really a lot of weight the past eighty pounds well what happened was she had some trouble getting pregnant with her first child and so did a lot of you know hormone therapy type stuff and IVF and clone them AT clone made and all these other things and all of these drugs are really am known for and they'll put that they'll put the time away nine yeah and really just create all sorts of bloating in the body and also it's a very unpleasant things but you know she got a baby out of it which is really a great positive but because of that she had gained not only a bunch to wait before she got pregnant but also while she was pregnant and then afterwards really hard hard time taking it off so then she tried to get pregnant again and again more hormones and more and you know of these procedures and unfortunately her second time was not as successful as her first but she was about. eighty pounds heavier than she had started out before so she came to us. she did to a forty day around which basically means you and pound for pound on both of them and that's very you know it's common because this was not her regular weight right this was weight put on with your son's right so that's why she went pound for pound because her body really needed it really needed to get ready that's great so shall your pound for pound. pound a day for a man is impressive pound for pound for pound a day for a woman steps which we've had a number of women. so anyway so she comes she comes in and she says she goes you guys wouldn't believe she came in for Hansel I'm a test just one after the program and she says you wouldn't believe what I have to tell you she says I'm pregnant. no hormones now at IVF no clone made no nothing and she says I guess my body got rid of all the toxins of all the extra hormones I dropped all this way she says and now I'm pregnant. it's a really great story but you know we've had this happen you know. I would say yeah half a dozen to a dozen times where you know but she by the way completely didn't expect that I mean her her her her husband fully like just you know were settled with one child and happy and the baby's healthy and so now she's about to have a second one and she says I can't believe I'm gonna have to lose weight again but you know what I think is gonna happen to be honest with you. now they're not exactly regulators body for regular. the game show probably Jay has not gained a ton of weight already and she even said that with that with the first baby she had gained so much during the first couple of weeks and kept gaining and she said with this when she feels completely different she feels so much healthier and really feels good not as much nausea during the prize a she's really she says it's just a whole different experience for her she feels like herself and it's really great and congratulations to her and you know looking forward to meeting that healthy baby yeah that's that's awesome we had died Jill also I had a somebody came in was tell me the same thing chill came in and she's thirty two years old she hasn't had a a regular cycle in years she says it was she would come and go heavy bleeding for days on and then it wouldn't Dan it would go for weeks then it would stop for months and completely inconsistent and she came in and similar situation you know she said that it would tend to say put cycle totally stopped she's down seventeen pounds a twenty two days which is great and the cycle says is it she had seemed like she was regulating with a cycle she hadn't had a came in the beginning couple of days no issues with it no pain nothing like that no no serious symptoms that way may seem like that was regulated as well so we do see this all the time when the hypothalamus your denture may hormone control that starts regulating itself you can see all the types of different hormonal issues go away all types of different no problems with what women's women's monthly cycles and things like that we see that all the time and it's really easy just call one eight five five five NJ diet one eight five five five six five thirty four thirty eight that's the schedule an appointment in one of our locations New York New Jersey Connecticut and now Pennsylvania just remember when you're calling on the phone the folks that do not have all the answers to run the program they're just there to schedule appointment for you so you can also good if you want to avoid them completely really easy go to NJ dive dot com. all they just can't answer the questions well not yet in there the lot of them you know the call centers is routes to different areas so people from different parts of the country can't necessarily handle new Yorkers calmly are I know I know the New York. she Yorkers need their answers immediately yesterday yesterday how dare you not even have one instant gratification right I say this about children but I think all of the adults of the same cities listen to this sometimes people poor people are getting berated by Anglo yeah because I answering service is actually in the United States right so they're like in the Midwest and on out on the west coast in any yet like you know some you know a woman or man Colin from like queens yeah. and if they don't have an answer god for bid and that's when we get the office manager gets an email from the call center saying how how do we handle this type of person as if you can't handle it was just a regular New York is there any being that they're not even being mass just being themselves as being themselves anyway so yeah you can avoid.
Space Spinoffs: The Technology To Reach The Moon Was Put To Use Back On Earth
"This week on the show. We have a bit of a special episode. It's The fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon landing from Nineteen sixty-nine the journal has been publishing stories videos and podcasts and all sorts of stuff about the history and legacy of Apollo eleven but on this year we're going to do something slightly different. We're GONNA look at some of the ways that the technology elegy invented and worked on and required to get a man on the moon in nineteen sixty nine still affects the tech that we all use now in twenty nineteen it turns out. There's more of that than anything here with me to do so since Joanna Stern is still gone Christopher uh-huh Christopher Hay there are you are you a moon guy like is is space and the moon landing like a thing that you love in general even when it's not the fiftieth anniversary I've had a personal renaissance. I think it's the Apollo eleven anniversary of been watching some stuff. Watch Paul Thirteen kids one of the Aerospace Museum. I don't know maybe I'm just getting old nostalgic but this stuff is cool. I agree I had the thing that really did for me. was there was a documentary came out the very beginning of this year. I think it's just called Apollo Eleven. That's like all this found wound footage that turns out to be amazingly high resolution of like the people who were there and in the control room and it was it was this sort of visceral experience kind of like you're actually watching it happen live and ever since then I've gone back into like my eighth phase in my lifetime of being totally obsessed with the space program and it's been very fun yeah. That's that's an astonishing documentary highly recommend Apollo eleven you can stream it. Oh Yeah I saw it an I max to which was one of the cooler things I've ever done but I- millimeter I'm sure it was amazing with the sound system but even on a little screen streamed. It was pretty pretty special totally okay so we have two stories this week and I I wanNA start by talking about the space suit so the Apollo eleven space was an incredible thing it's made of mylar lar and nylon and Teflon and even fiberglass it had to keep astronauts cool without being cold and warm without being hot and had to be super flexible and easy to work in but totally impenetrable even for elements that designers didn't know existed existed the suit that they came up with actually two hundred eighty pounds on earth but luckily that translated only thirty in the lesser gravity on the moon a lot of the things that were created to make those suits work turned out to have lots of other uses you know those huge huge white tent like roofs when you might see over a stadium or a concert venue. There's a good chance those are made of fabric called Beta cloth which is basically teflon coated fiberglass that was designed for the spacesuit. What are the companies that developed it by the way was corning which now makes it's the glass on top of your phone's screen but still the most spacesuit thing you might own now is a pair of sneakers and that's in large part? Thanks to our first guest Al Gross I could explain it'll be more fun to get him to and he's here now Hale Hi. How are you very good? <hes> yes I started working on the human engineering aspects of sports equipment relative to space suits. I started with ski boots of all types and we also did ski clubs. The installation ski outfits etc and from the ski boots. I went to the sneakers mainly because it's a larger market I had played college basketball and I'm a runner in much of the ski boot technology from space suits also fit into athletic shoes very well. I had done these projects for Nike the Adidas Converse a six Timberland Yukon of via many many companies in athletic shoe business over the years and I continue to do so wow okay so let's let's before we actually get some of that. Let's let's back up fifty or so years tells kind of about what you were doing at NASA in the in the sixties in particular in the run-up to Apollo Eleven. What was your what was your job? Everything I did was call. I was in school during Mercury and Gemini and I'm sort of the child of Apollo I started at Cape Canaveral worked on the Saturn. I five rocket launch engineer for two years. At the Cape. We man rated the vehicle with the first two unmanned Saturn five launches before we felt it was safe enough to put a crew on board. The first crew was Apollo. Wait which would the frank borman voyage around the moon where he quoted some the Bible and we I saw earth rise appear in from the dark side of the Moon I was then recruited to move to Houston Texas and become the lead systems design engineer of the Space Program Program of course at that time. I knew nothing whatsoever about space suits but neither did anybody else so it wasn't too much of a disadvantage. There was a history of pressure suits with the air force and a lot of air force personnel. Were there as well so so I was the head lead design engineer of spacesuit program in Houston and eventually I moved up to the factory where the space suits are made which is in Dover Delaware and became the design engineer on the production floor of the space suits. I needed the production experience to move into private industry which he cannot get up. The space center's themselves so I was lead design engineer over manufacturing space suits as well as being at the space center in Houston over systems and design and. What is it like to build a space? I mean you're you're designing a thing that no one's ever worn before for a place. They've never been before out of materials that no one has ever used before what how does that process work like what is the what is the trial and error like when you're trying to design a spacesuit surely fun on because it's human it goes on a human so we could get inside the space suits we could test the fingers of the gloves the elbows of the arms the knees that would go on the legs. All of these things are called mobility joints which are the most important part of the spacesuit so because it's human factors engineering your getting inside of your design you can feel touch it smell it. It's unlike driving a car like design a car. It's partly human engineering but it's not so close and intimate as a suit in is one of the things I've read is that things like knees and elbows were hugely challenging and involved a lot of sort of inventing brand new things to make it work but what when you're thinking about designing a spacesuit really for the first time was it obvious what the hardest parts were going to be. What were those things easy the mobility joints? I'm going to say the shoulders the hips the gloves in other words you WanNa get in something that when it's crusher is which normally would make stiff and not and not flexible at all you want it to be flexible only in certain places. This is a nose of the mobility joints and that's the toughest part of the job especially the ones that are three dimensional like your shoulders. They rotate they move in three different planes like your elbow only goes in one direction that would be the easiest one the shoulder older would be the hardest one because vulnerability ranges and rotates etc so all of that is the most important for once the pressure sued envelope is done then you're merely insulating it so all the thermal insulation elation than all that stuff is kind of a second thought to the basic pressure suit itself okay so building something that was totally insulated in would keep them safe but didn't have to move around or be friendly to human motion would be easier easier. It seems like but you had to build something people can actually like walk around in other words <hes> see if I can come up with something well. It's like it. Let's say it's a scuba suit underwater but it does everything you want. It makes you feel as if you're not even in a suit we're trying tend to achieve the nude body ceiling and one is crushed theorized. You're working against pressure. The suit is extremely rigid everywhere and getting all that to work to human engineering part is the hardest part and the installation and all that stuff goes on the outside inside the keep you safe and of course has to accommodate the same emotion that the pressure envelope does well guy and is it obvious in the middle of building something like that that the things that you're working on are going to have application outside of just building space suits or are you so laser focused on that one thing that you're not even necessarily worrying. We were so laser focused. We wouldn't even know if there ever be another use. Their focus was as good as it could get for the job if it could be used in any other Claes. We didn't know we didn't care and it wasn't until the program was coming to an end to we started realizing that there could be many space spinoffs of this technology which in my case I specialized in at what point does it occur to you that Oh all this stuff. I've been working on might be interesting to other people who aren't just trying to survive in space pretty much at the end of the program I was there to Apollo Seventeen. We landed on the Moon Sticks Times Apollo Thirteen of course did not make it we also had done all the space suits for the Skylab Skylab program the N._A._S._D.. The Apollo Soya's docking with the Russians and the early versions of the space shuttle suits and at that time I decided to to move to Aspen Colorado take up skiing and go into commercial products so it was at that point really nineteen seventy three one thousand nine hundred seventy four that I started focusing on the knowledge that I had particularly materials information and human factors designed putting it into sports equipment because I had a background at playing basketball and running and I love sports in general you're just done at that point. You're like I have put people on the moon. It's the seventies. Where else can I use my skills? Yes moving to Aspen going into the ski. Industry was my goal in everything I did was based on skiing and then because I ended up specializing in ski boots which is the hardest article for skiing and more like the space since because the ski Buddhism rigid Shell which is non human the space suit on its pressurized. It's rigid that's non-human of adapting things like that to the human body and making them work so ski boots were the real big focus and I worked for four different companies Nordica Dina Fit Solomon and rightly and probably the biggest inventions from NASA spinoff was in the rightly flex on Ski boot which is the most popular model ever made sold between three and four hundred thousand pairs a year from nearly twenty years in it was based on the convoluted mobility joints of the space suits which are sort of like a bellows designed the Ben but in this case bending and rigid plastic for Ski Boot Versus Bending in inflated pressurized and therefore rigid confidence in in a spacesuit designed the Ben so the joints were like bellows and I put that mosquito boot so that was the first real major spin off that had a very very large commercial success also many other things like a nike athletic shoes for example. The blow molding net we used to make the visors with stress-free molding the consulates were made with the dipping process. We never use moulding techniques like injection molding and compression molding what you're used throughout industry because you have built in stresses so for example the Nike Air so was blow-moulded many of the products I've done the via compression chamber was blow molded at stress-free stronger better materials because of the pounding it takes under the seat like playing basketball in a Nike Shoe Shoo Shoo where you're coming down rebounds in the pounding etc to have the durability required some of the processes we use the spacesuits. Can you explain a little bit more about that actually because I think the idea of the way that we manufacturer shoes now is so different from what it was before that I think can you sort of help understand what shoes were like when you started working on them and kind of how you rethought the way they should be men well. You couldn't be more correct when I went into the shoe industry industry in the winter of nineteen seventy three seventy four. I saw shoes just ancient devices readily. Even if you go into the patent search on foot words it'll say shoes boots and leggings so just those titles give you an idea of how L. ancient my mind technologists shoes boots and leggings in here. I come out of NASA so I along with other people had everything to do. I believe with making the shoes what they are today. Often I did a presentation people say our just making shoes. We're not building spaceships. I said Oh yeah I think we are and that was my serious about does this. You know we keep hearing about you. Next generation space suits you see he's sleek designs. People talk about what we're going to need for Mars. It's going to have to be a quantum leap over while we add for the moon. What have you seen happening in industry like what are the big potential innovations the unlocking technologies it could get us these these <hes> sleeker suits? We're not gonNA have sleeker suits. Everyone will them of course we do to the astronaut's wanted the new feeling in a suit which we all do and I wasn't spacesuits probably more than any other engineer in the program just by designing finding them. They wanted to spray on things like that which are pipe dreams. We wanted them just as well but the reasons the suits can't can't be sleek as they has to be pressurized because there's no there's a vacuum in space and you gotTA provide livable atmosphere this fear inside of the spacesuit when you pressurize it. Everything wants to go circular. It's like blowing up a balloon.
"eighty pounds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"eighty pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sleep. Deprivation is having like a toothache or stomach ache. Uncomfortable. And one of the most awful things you can have you have, so people are coming in. They're sleeping don't tell necessarily some sleeping issues when they come in, but when they're when they're done with the, that's what's cool about the program when people come in, and they're very, they're very, very skeptical that they're even going to lose weight. And then they stopped focusing on the weight to start thinking about how their health is improving. Sandra came in thirty nine year old female. She lost Chit severe sleeping issues. She was she was having a lot getting up trouble falling asleep. Trouble, staying asleep waking up early tossing and turning just having a ton of issue, sleeping, and a lot of times it's an adrenal adrenal issue with cortisol levels and things like that. And the cortisol is so important they're supposed to. They're supposed to cortisol is great. It's it's produced by the Torino glands. And so it's supposed to during the day help you burn fat and night, help you sleep. And if you're have adrenal exhaustion issues, a lot of times you'll see the Apas. You can't you can't burn fat and you can't sleep. And so she came and she lost twenty four pounds in forty days. So per great usually see twenty five to thirty five with women. So she was just a little bit under that. But what's great about it is that she, she says that after the first seven to ten days at a program, she's basically been sleeping like a rock falling asleep eleven o'clock. She goes to bed, we'll on wakes up at seven. She says she doesn't even realize she's asleep anymore. She's just kind of goes to bed wakes up, boom Ritz, where to start a day breasted feeling great, no crashes in the three o'clock in the afternoon, much less need for coffee in the afternoon, which is great which is going to help her sleep. So you see, when you get this thing going in one direction. It's going to stay going in one direction. So you have twenty four pounds sleeping like a rock. She came in. We did the hair and saliva sample bioenergetics scans bloodwork, functional assessment. We gave her hormone support hypothetical support. We also gave her Drina support got the got the body work in the right way. And now we got the results that we see. It's not surprising either right around that age right around the age of thirty nine forty I hear more and more that right between the ages of thirty nine and forty one a lot of things change in the women's body and cycle. Right. And so it's really it's interesting every ten years way. Exactly. So I think that it's interesting that you brought that up, but speaking of the health benefits, so we've had this happen a bunch of times in our office. But this just recently happened again. Michelle who I believe she's in her mid thirties. She lost eighty pounds. She did too. Rounds. Yeah. I mean really really a lot of weight eighty pounds. Well, what happened was she had some trouble getting pregnant with her first child. And so did a lot of hormone therapy type stuff and I v f and claw. Clo med and all these other things, and all of these drugs are really known for they'll put put a ton away on you and really just create all sorts of bloating in the body, all sorts of very unpleasant things. But, you know, she got a baby out of it, which is really a great positive but because of that she had gained not only a bunch of weight before she got pregnant, but also while she was pregnant, and then afterwards really hard, hard time, taking it off. So then she tried to get pregnant again, again, more hormones and more of these procedures, and unfortunately, her second time was not as successful as her first, but she was about eighty pounds heavier than she had started out the force. She came to us. She did to forty day rounds which basically means she went pound for pound on both of them. And that's very common because this was not Heregger wait, right? This was weight put on with right. So that's why she went pound for pound because her body really needed. It really needed to get rid of growth per pound. For pound pound a day for a man is impressive pound for pound pound a day for a woman is, absolute we've had a number of women. So anyway, so she comes she comes in, and she says, she goes, you guys wouldn't believe she came in for hair, and saliva test. Just one after the program. And she says you wouldn't believe what I have to tell you. She says I'm pregnant hormones scrape now, I have no clue. No, nothing. She says, I guess my body got rid of all the toxins of all the extra hormones. I dropped all this way, she says, and now pregnant. It's a really great story. But, you know, we've had this happen, you know, probably I would say half a dozen to a dozen times where but she by the way, completely didn't expect it. I mean, her her and her husband fully like just, you know, we're settled with one child and happy and the baby's healthy. And so now she's about to have a second one, and she says, I can't believe I'm going to have to lose weight again. But you know what I think is going to happen to be honest with you. Regulators regulate probably gain show probably J not gained a ton of weight already. And she even said that with that with the first baby, she had gained so much during the first couple of weeks and kept gaining. And she said with this one, she feels completely different. She feels so much, healthier and really feels good. Not as much nausea during the practice. Really? She says it's just a whole different experience for her. She feels like herself, and it's really great and congratulations to her. And, you know, looking forward to meeting that healthy baby. Yeah, that's awesome. We had chill also I had somebody came in and was telling me the same thing. Joe came in and she's thirty two years old. She hasn't had a regular cycle in years. She says it was she would come and go heavy bleeding for days on, and then it wouldn't then it would go for weeks, then it would stop for months and completely inconsistent. And she came in and similar situation. You know, she said that. Then Saipem cycle totally stopped. She's down seventeen pounds in twenty two days, which is great. And the cycles says she had seemed like she was regulating with cycle. She hadn't had it. He came in the beginning couple of days, no issues with it. No pain, nothing like that. No, no serious symptoms that way. And it seemed like that was regulated as well. So we do see this all the time when the hypothalamus your that your main hormone control that starts, regulating, itself, you're gonna see all types of different hormonal issues, go away all types of different. Problems with womens womens monthly cycles and things.
What Does the Word 'Caucasian' Really Mean?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. If you've ever watched a police procedural, you've probably heard a description of a suspect that goes, something like this. The suspect is a six foot one hundred and eighty pound Caucasian male wearing a white t shirt jeans, and so on, but what does Caucasian really mean, it's easy, of course, to acquaint Caucasian with white, but that one word Caucasian touches on issues much deeper than skin color it kindles questions of race and the very origin of humans it even exposes the topic of whether race exists outside of our own weird minds. Spoiler in humans. No genetic basis exists to separate our species into races. We spoke with Joseph graves, a professor of nano engineering and the intern dean at the joint school of NATO science and engineering in Greensboro, North Carolina. He said there's no scientific justification for use of the term Caucasian. It's actually a nineteenth century INTERPOL logical idea that was based around a false conception of the origin of the human species. I was in the caucus mountains the caucus mountains run from the Black Sea to the west to the Caspian Sea on the east in an area, that's considered by many as the crossroads between eastern, Europe and western Asia. These mountain ranges two of them, the greater and lesser are due east of Italy due north of Iraq and do west of India. The southern tip of Russia. Lies to the north of the Caucasus mountains to the immediate South Georgia, a former Soviet Republic. This is where Caucasians true Caucasians. Call home people from Georgia rusher Azerbaijan and Armenia hail from that area. But Caucasians as I identified by German Interpal, just union Frederick bloom Bach, and as some still think of the group today lay claim to a lot more real estate than that in seventeen ninety five in the third edition of his book, titled on the natural varieties of mankind. Blooming book building on work by sweeter, scientists careless Lineas and others used the word Caucasian to describe one of his five races of man, he determined each through scientific. Methods like the measuring of skulls and tied each distinct. Geographic regions Caucasians were as Bloomberg presented them the white race and included people not only from the caucus region. But also those from Europe northern India and parts of northern Africa. The other groups Bloomberg identified tied loosely skin color were Malaysian native American and Mongolian though, Bloomberg found that the quote, many varieties of men are as present known to be one and the same species his work. Nonetheless was seen as giving scientific credence to the concept of biological race. Over the years that notion has been abused in order to separate groups of people often by skin color and to declare through some bastardisation of science the superiority of one race over others. Also years after Bloomberg scientists found that the earliest humans didn't come from the caucus, but from Africa in modern day, the opium. Copa classifying humans into races. Whatever boombox intentions continues today. The term Caucasian is still rolled out occasionally and not only on TV police dramas grave said I was just at a conference here in Minnesota where researcher from South Africa kept referring to herself and others in her country as Caucasians, I think it is very very much a white supremacist racist ideology, I think it has to do with your Centric, racial ideology. People wish to hold onto the special designation exemplified by this term Caucasian beyond Caucasian. The US census bureau has its own definition of race, quote, a person self-identification with one or more social groups and asks respondents to choose from its own categories, white black or African American Asian American Indian and Alaska native native Hawaiian and other Pacific islander. The census allows those survey to choose some other race as well the census bureau's definition of race, but it self identified and based on social groups. Is different than blooming box in that. It's notably social not scientific and supports the now widely accepted finding that race is not something that supported by science genetically speaking someone can't be of the white race or the Caucasian race or the Mongolian race. We are of one species, according to the national human genome research institute, humans are ninety nine point nine percent identical in genetic makeup. Gordon hudson. A professor of psychology at Canada's Brock university explained in psychology today. Scientists generally do not recognize races biologically meaningful yet scientists including me discuss race and described the racial composition of our samples to be clear. I'm not advocating that we ignore race. In fact, there are many dangers ignoring raises a social topic race's real but race is socially real not biologically real. Yet, the term Caucasian despite its problems has proven stubbornly resilient, some people perceive it as being more scientific or dispassionate than saying white. Even though the exact opposite is true based on the words origins from a proven Lee incorrect hypothesis and later used to perpetuate prejudice in two thousand four graves wrote a book called the Ray Smith. Why would pretend race exists in America from the introduction? Quote. We must recognize that the underlying biological diversity of the human species cannot be artificially portioned into races because races are simply not biologically justified. If we can understand that all allegiance to racism is ideological not scientific then we may be able to silence. The biggest once and for all. 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"eighty pounds" Discussed on The Big 98
"Wasn't a hit. And apparently the record label. This guy had folded, so they got the song back, and then they recorded it. Number one. Eight years in a crazy story. Yeah. I'll do the Bobby those Morgan Evans loves it. And they Morgan loves I love, Bobby. Take it out. We've got a couple of good ones out in the back of the math from Parmalee. Nikki Glaser the comedian came by the house search for Bobby cast on iheartradio or wherever you listen to your podcasts. So but nights embassy you and come up to you. Yeah. Cool. How'd you guys know each other? I guess he just recognize me from like, I don't know. Your show. Well. Just like all the Bobby lifting eighty pound. That's when get him on the phone. Later. Dumbbells that there's a huge, Amy. I do I do if I'm feeling good. I do twenties. Eddie nine hundred. If I'm feeling good. If I'm feeling really strong. No don't know you came. I saw you. I do twelve your face. Three pounds twelve like I've worked. But I know if I'm strong twenty girls, and then if I if I'm just like normal feeling pretty good twenties. I think that's average. That's that's pretty good face. Like, you're the week. Yes. No. That's missing she's trying to get him on. Yeah. Cain.
"eighty pounds" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again
"So I drink like at least two three of those don't we eighty pounds. Not to put you your way business. Weighs eighty pounds. Especially after got 'em sculpt yesterday. Should talk about Evans skull. Because I am so thrilled with the results. So yesterday, we went to Dr Jessica office. And there's something called 'em scope to inform. Everyone has not just something a two hundred and ninety thousand dollar piece of magic that. Nobody not how much it costs the the the patient, by the way. Oh. Yes. It did Heidi spent. Yes. Day on her Butler. Worth every dollar. So it's a noninvasive treatment that uses electromagnetic energy like magnet, a strong magnet kind of like in Amara and the the magnetic pulses cause muscle contractions. So it's almost like doing the strongest crunchies ever done in a contracts your muscles. Either your your ABS or in Heidi's case gluts twenty thousand times in each thirty minute sessions, so gives you that kick start that that workout that you could never accomplish on your own. Could you imagine doing twenty thousand squats a twenty thousand crunches? No, I definitely feels like I did twenty thousand crunches last night. Recall. So got but Josie it's working like his only in insane workout. Do you still veer Avs at nighttime? Like, so we went yesterday, and we are supposed to do the treatments together. And we went there and Spencer's cutaway. Instead, I got started. 'cause he wanted a video you can't have your phone in your hand. I think that's really why Spencer didn't wanna do the treatment because he's not he. He. Galas funny, but it down so I lay down and start doing the ads, and I didn't know what to expect. So it's a little bit like shocking at first and it feels like a vacuum. Almost working you out. I don't like a deep back, you massage thing. And then one of the best parts I love when the Tampa comes in. So how many seconds does it do the the vacuum part? So it goes through different cycles, depending on whether we wanna do fat loss or muscle building. So it cycles food the the gripping kind of contracting sensation that's less when you feel like that vacuum massage, and that's the part with the muscles of being worked. And for example, when you're working out if you do whole bunch of squats crunches you start to feel sore, and that's a lactic acid building up. And that's what's going to build the muscle, but the lactic acid can cause soreness and cramping. You can imagine if you did twenty thousand slots Bilotta lactic acid. So so the Venice fall. This tapping sensation in the tapping flushes electic acid out of the muscle into this rounding fat in breakdown that fat. So this machine was not built for two. Obviously does this. It makes you know superficial looked but it was designed and built in Prague for physical therapy. Yes. Yes. Like with many treatments that are are used for cosmetic. Use this dream started as a medical rehab device to try to rehabilitate athletes who had been injured, and so they went through different types of devices like electrostimulation Eastham frequency ultrasound all those devices that physical therapists have, but they wanted to get results that would deeper and more intense, and so they hit upon using the idea of using electromagnetic magnets to contract the muscles in a safe way. It's not invasive and unlike other methods does not heat the skin so. So your.
Tom, Turkey And NCR discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Today is a very good day. Because today Darius we get to talk about new Tele Finally, I mean, I love new Tele I know you love new Bella. I mean, everybody loves new talents to love. But by supply of this beloved embrose, you'll chocolate paste, you could be under threat Stacey. And it's because of something that gives new Tele its characteristic flavor hazelnuts. Yes, he's nuts. Have a problem. A serious supply bottleneck more than seventy percent of the world's hazelnuts come from one place from Turkey. In fact, a quarter of the world's as on. That's come from just this one tiny town in Turkey, and that of course, leaves production and new Tele lovers everywhere very vulnerable. Right. I mean just a few years ago. There was an unexpected frost and Turkey that wiped out a huge chunk of the crop. And prices jumped like sixty percent and threatened a worldwide. Tele shortage that's like the fifth horseman of the apocalypse pestilence. Plague no new tell. And I mean, even in the best of times Turkey is, you know, a little bit of an unreliable Rulli. Turkish lira goes up and down the price of hazelnuts can fluctuate accordingly, and it, you know, it just leaves Packers and producers on the hook. But luckily for us one man is on the case today the show how one man's lifelong obsession with easel. Nets could help save new Tele and revolutionized an entire global industry. Support for this podcast and the following message come from zoom when you can't be there in person zoom zoom is used by millions to connect face to face one easy platform for all your communication needs. Visit zoom online to set up your free account today. Meet happy with zoom. Support. Also comes from NC are running a small business is now easier with NC are silver more than a point of sale. NCR silver is simple to use saves. You time and helps you reach your goals faster NCR, silver, search NCR silver. I I met biologists. Tom Molnar in his office at the Rutgers University ornamental field lab, he was surrounded by these big plastic Finns just filled with thousands upon thousands of pavements. For example, here's one that has has ridges and lumps and to me. That's that's kind of an ugly looking hazelnut. Whereas something like this here, the really, shiny. And smooth for the past twenty three years. This has been Tom's life. Just sifting through endless piles of hazelnuts in search of that one perfect. Now, we mentioned that the hazelnut industry has a supply problem Turkey has a stranglehold on production. So the obvious solution to that problem would be to find a new place to grow hazelnuts and the east coast of the United States would be perfect perfect growing conditions, except for one thing we would have had a hazelnut industry in the northeast. If it wasn't for eastern Filbert play eastern Filbert plight. It's a fungal disease. It's native to North America. And it it grows under the bark of hazelnut trees, and kind of rots them from the inside infected trees, they develop these tail till cankers on their bark Tom actually took me out to his research orchard and showed me some of them firsthand. So as we look down here, you'll see that there's little fuss Joel's that poke out through. So those are like little mushrooms, those are the fruiting bodies where the scores. Actually be objected from and spread to other trees fruiting body, fungal pustule, go from new talent fruiting bodies. This fungus has been Tom's sworn nemesis for twenty three years that was when he got involved in this ambitious project to develop hazelnuts as this sort of like utopian post climate change food source. Yes. Because hazelnuts in addition to being delicious are this kind of miracle crop there. What is known as a low input crop. Meaning they can grow without irrigation without chemical fertilizers pesticides. And they can grow on. What is called marginal land? Landa would otherwise be useless. Plus, the harvesting of hazelnuts can be mechanized. So it doesn't necessarily require that much labor and a single hazelnut. Tree can be productive for up to a hundred years. The only problem they needed to solve to make this happen to cover the east coast with hazelnut. Trees was eastern Filbert blight and Tom's plan to do that was based on very simple yet revolu. Idea. See his aunts. They've grown naturally all over eastern Europe and central Asia for thousands of years. And so Tom figured that somewhere out there among the many millions of hazelnut trees, the gene for disease resistance that he needed was hiding like a needle in a massive haystack. So he set out to find that gene, we started in Moscow travelled south going through Krasnodar into Sochi and then into Crimea than we flew up to Romania and Moldova. The Poland and Belarus follow that up through the Baltic states Estonia, Latvia Lithuania for seven years, Tom traveled, all over the native hazelnut range collecting specimens, and this was not your typical horticultural fieldwork. I mean, it could involve everything from like haggling with merchants in a bizarre and who's Becca STAN to like sharing a glass of homemade vodka with little old lady at a roadside stand in Crimea once while crossing into Ukraine with eighty pounds of nuts in his suitcase. He. Even got shaken down by the local police they start screaming at me. They start screaming at my colleagues have guns, and this is silly. But at the same time, I had a suitcase full of all the nuts that I so desperately did not want to lose. So I'm nervous about the nuts. I'm nervous. We're gonna get robbed or worse. But you were more worried about the nuts than the money. I was very nervous about the nuts. Those were my babies. Those were his babies band is is really Portas heart and soul into this project. And he knew that in order to make a commercially viable nut. He needed that perfect combination of traits. And so after years of collecting all this genetic material he came back to New Jersey out to his research farm at Rutgers and he got to work breeding. Yeah. Apparently, Tom planted thousands of trees, and then expose them to the eastern Filbert blight and then just waited and season by season. He meticulously catalogued the growth of each individual tree. Taking note of you know, nut quality looking out for signs of disease.
"eighty pounds" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Tackle that got the guy out of Trey Brown three hundred eighty pound trae, by the way, which still just blows eight six seven six eight three eighty look like six huge like his close like when he walk in and say give me like at nine x looks slight flight Chris's close. Chris Christie's six eight eight six. Yeah. Baby eighty. Yeah. But big baby is a different big babies. He's to eighty but it just looks different to eighty you know, but what about the raiders? I mean, the rail that two eighty three eighty eighty three eighty is a lot said to eighty just because he's sort of to than a six. Different. He looks like this about an inch in gained hundred pound Jack was seven one three and change. If a c- shack was skinny though at the beginning. The time. He got to the Lakers. He wasn't skinny and that was probably when he was about three ten three to three. So no he was in good shape. Three ten versus seventy more pounds. So I wanna see what he looked like cloth. Piggy. We'll with the raiders look left tackle offensive line upgraded. Why did you see her upgraded? We'll see whether or not they're able to get something done with levian bell. They might have to hit the ATM together. Tash get that done. But the raiders don't seem to be kind of running out the clock before they get devait because the conventional wisdom was they're going to try to rebuild. They're going to try to restock they're gonna play this. So when they show up in their new home in Vegas, then they're going to be able to put something out on the field that gets people excited it feels like next year the raiders, even if they don't make another move. The raiders are going to be a more interesting in potentially a much better team next season. Well, they got money. I think they got they got a lot of money. So they have to spend the money in a have to acquire players fill the roster. Have to have fifty three men when they go to regular season rating to go. So in order to be competitive, they got a quarterback. That's number one. They start there. Then they will like you say got AB, then it got the left tackle. Now. They need to figure out that they lady on bills an answer or a running back shorts. Some things on the defense side of the ball. I think they went out and signed joiner from the Rams I think he's going to join the he's going to be with the raiders. He's safe. Yes. So they're putting some players in pieces together. Now, whether or not that's enough to take over the chargers or Kansas City. I don't know probably not probably, but it does seem like they've made a significant step in the right direction. Just from the talent perspective. Now, you got a coach they got better players coach and they got draft. Well, they got draft first round draft picks as well. All right. Russell westbrook. Had a confrontation with a fan in Utah last night, which side you come down on his or the fan will get into it. That is next happy birthday Quincy Jones, red FOX. Wral? God bless the dead. The Dan Grady somebody's dead. Planet because it is we had this key shop, I'm let you get out of it. You don't remember? Now, I wouldn't talking to ya. I was sitting there talking about something totally different. Overheard us..
"eighty pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"At thirteen eighty four Broadway thirteen before Broadway Broadway and thirtieth street in Manhattan in the center of Manhattan, and we're talking about a gentleman who's eighty two years old. He's married. He went to one of the big hospitals in New York. He went just recently with a cancer of the sinus. How did he know how the cancer the sinus say, I have a sinus headache or have signed this this or have signed this that, but this one had a cancer the scientists that was blocking the air from going in the right side of his nose. He was bleeding from the of the knows who's having pain. He lost thirty five pounds. He was just diagnosed and treated, they gave him radiation standard radiation without chemo and dried out his mouth his mouth is dry as a harra desert. He saw the chemo people, but never organized got lost to the hospital and lots of people get lost in the hospital. It's easy to do. Lots of people. Love the hospital like a thousand people walk around white coats start strike coast. Stethoscopes how many really are there who know you or to help you who take care of you while this is a man who is an Ospital a thousand people walk around start Schweik coast, but he fell through the cracks it's standard treatment at the super big hospital. And well, his nose is still blocked the cancer's not gone away. Still has difficulty breathing. Thirty five pounds is gone from one hundred eighty pounds on two hundred forty five pounds. He's five with ten and he has a pain in the back, which is new. So we offered to restage him who's seen the elsewhere and nothing was done. So we offered to re stage to see why it's got the pain in the back. Why the massive stone, the sinus and how we can get him better than the work that we do here at radius r j New York for sinus cancers. Along or breast prostate or any kind of cancers if you want to be seen just give us a call at two one two two.
Bill Of The Month: Rabies Treatment After Cat Bite costs $48,512
"Reality in our healthcare system prices that can be unpredictable and really really high. Now patients are told to be consumers to shop around and find the best prices. But in some situations, you really can't do that. You are stuck at a hospital which can charge you really whatever they want to this is at the heart of our latest Bill of the month segment. Dr Elizabeth Rosenthal from our partner. Kaiser health news is here to help us. Try and understand and dissect a huge Bill that was sent to us from a listener in the Florida Keys, Dr Rosenthal. Welcome back. Thanks for having me again. Well, who are we talking about today? We're talking about a Bill from Ginette Parker. She's forty four a biologist, and she was exposed to rabies or is afraid she might have been. So as you can imagine. She was rather alarmed. Yeah. That can be fatal. If you don't take care of it. Right. Absolutely. Luckily, they're really effective treatments. But it involves getting some immune globulin, and then basically a rabies vaccine, which is exactly what you did. Okay. Well, let's hear her story. And then I wanna come back to you and ask you some questions, but her story comes to us from reporter Nancy Klinger from member station. W L R N in south Florida. She went to visit Janette Janette Parker is an animal lover that's obvious from the menagerie at her home in the Florida Keys to dogs. Three cats Sakata tortoise. He's eighty pounds and poultry fish, tanks spirited dragon. That last one's a lizard. Her cats are normally pretty shy around company, but one of them comes out to greet us while another streaks under the couch that is breakneck Sally because she'll walk between your feet and trivia sale. Parker's love for animals has become part of her career. She's a wildlife biologist for the state of Florida. So she monitors the populations of indeed. Injured species like the key deer in the lower keys Marsh rabbit, but her love for animals gutter in trouble last September. She was on the mainland near Everglades national park, and she saw kitten by the side of the road. It's pretty common for people to dump animals in that area right outside the park. The kitten was skinny and looked like it was sick Parker had a packet of tuna in the car and pulled over to give it some food and in the process he just grabbed onto my finger while he was eating. So he broke the skin on my finger. Parker says the kitten wasn't trying to bite her and it was just a tiny little scratch, and I was in Barras to go to the emergency room over my tiny scratch, but he did break the skin, and I was bleeding and there had been rabies alert in the county not month couple of cats and quite a few raccoons tested positive and one otter also so Parker went to the emergency room at Mariners hospital just up the overseas highway from her house, she got the immunoglobulin injection that. Acts against rabies until the rabies vaccination takes effect. Yeah. Win homes. No big deal. I was in and out of there, really fast. And then the Bill came the total cost was forty eight thousand dollars. And I thought it was a joke. I just couldn't believe it. I it had to be a mistake. That was what I was thinking. I was sort of laughed, and I was upset at the same time. Yeah. I couldn't believe it. I shot. It was forty eight thousand dollars. Parker says she eventually stopped by the hospital to get an itemized Bill, but they didn't drop the price. She had to pay three hundred and forty four dollars to cover her deductible. Then ten percent of the Bill. Parker says no one at the said anything about cost when she was there. If she had realized how much it would be she would have waited until Monday and gone to the county health department, the experience has given her a new perspective on money. I liked to gauge everything now, but how much my rabies shot costs. So my boss got a new roof on his house, and it costs twenty thousand dollars. And I was joking that you couldn't even get half. A ray. Baby's vaccination for that. One thing has not changed because of this experience. She still an animal lover would you hesitate now before pulling over if you saw sick animal and the side of the road, probably not and now with the protection of a rabies vaccine, she says, she might be even more inclined to stop the next time. That story comes to us from Nancy Klinger for member station. W L R N. She was reporting from plantation key in Florida still with Dr Elizabeth Rosenthal. From Kaiser health news, Dr Rosenthal, forty eight thousand dollars for a shot. And I'm just trying to do the math. You've Ginette had to pay ten percent. I mean, she was responsible for more than four thousand bucks. That's right. And you know, rabies immunoglobulin is expensive, but many hospitals would charge about three thousand dollars for that. So the pricing here is pretty add a line will what why is the hospital able to to charge. I mean, like more than ten times what it should be or what other hospitals story. Well, you know, hospital prices are pretty arbitrary. There's little rhyme or reason for how they said their prices. And hey, look, this is a medical service. Can't refuse. You might have been exposed to rabies. So you're kind of a sitting duck, and they can basically charge whatever they want. The funny thing is when we looked into this we discovered that the price of the rabies medicine genetic got dropped from about seven thousand dollars a unit to about a one thousand six hundred fifty dollars a unit just a month or two later. So that shows you how crazy it is. Oh, so this hospital started charging dramatically less for this shot shortly after Ginette was treated. Yes. And when we asked the hospital, they said, oh, well, we periodically adjust our prices, but I'd like to note that on January first this year hospitals had to suddenly reveal their prices, according to a new federal regulation. So they knew that that may be too high seven thousand dollar price would be out in the public as of January first. So maybe they were trying to make adjustments before new year came. Oh, wow. So the hospitals were were trying not to look outrageous when they were actually required to start telling people what they were charging. Well, that's one theory. You know, so the price. Dropped about sixty percent. And can you imagine? If like, you went to buy Prius one month, and it was thirty thousand dollars and the next month on the first of the month. It was suddenly ten thousand dollars. I mean that would be outrageous. But that's what happens in medical care. All the time. I started the couldn't imagine if I paid thirty thousand dollars and then saw a drop like the next day. What can you do? I mean, if you're bitten by an animal, and you go to the hospital, and you're desperate, and you don't know they're charging this much since for the moment. There's no kind of price drop guarantee in healthcare. I think what you need to do. First of all is protect your health. So you do need to go to the hospital you need to rabies immunoglobulin. You should know that many public health departments will hand it out. So if it's during the week, you can check their first, and then, you know, try and go to an in network hospital. So at least you better negotiating power is anything in the change for Jeanette. Can she get some money back? The problem with healthcare is that once you've spent it's very hard to get money back. But her ensure is negotiating this. And I do hope that you know, they look at this price drop and say, hey, what gives we she shouldn't be responsible for that. Big a Bill.
"eighty pounds" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Great. Glad we got in here. How can we help you pay for my mom? She's eighty years old pushing two hundred eighty pounds for the past. Oh, say sixty years, she's insincere Asli poor health the last several years. She's in congestive heart failure continuous bladder and sessions kidney. In fact, yeah, continues hurt all the time enlarged heart fibromyalgia, osteoporosis. I don't know. How far down won't kill you. Did she shown kidney dialysis? Okay. So he got congestive heart failure Highwood pressure. Does she have diabetes now? Okay. And she's got arthritis and fibromyalgia that kind of stuff. Correct. Did you have any skin problems in the exodus Matata psoriasis? Okay. Do you have any respiratory problems asthma bronchitis? COPD? Not that we know of other than she does right now. She is having trouble breathing. She can barely get sentence out without having to stop and get breast. Okay. All right. Well, the first thing we need to do is get rid of the bad stuff. Okay. This is everybody in the household. The dog to can't the bird the fish spouse. Renters caregiver kids. Okay. Everybody. In the household is going to be drafted gluten free. No, wheat bread are oats. No fried foods. No process meats deli slice sandwich. Meat sausage, ham, bacon, blown salami pepperoni jerky. No oils olive oil coconut oil margarines many subjects including all the stuff that tastes good. So good. No him throw it out. It's all gotta go because it causes inflammation. And then at two hundred and eighty pounds. She's almost three hundred pounds. So ideally now, if prices is a issue, I wouldn't go any lower down than treating her for two hundred pounds. But I'm gonna give you the ideal for two eighty three hundred pounds. Okay. How tall is she? About five one five one. I'd like to see her way one ten so he needs to lose one hundred and seventy pounds. My gosh. That's a lot of weight to lose. Yeah. I do that all the time. I get people who are five foot two. And they weigh three twenty five little kids that are fifteen years old there of four eleven they weigh two hundred twenty five pounds, and like seven months time, we get him down two hundred and ten pounds. Okay. So here's what we need your mom to do. I'm gonna give you the ideal. Do you have to cut it by a third for costume? That's you know, you can do that. But you'll take longer. And so I wanted to get rid of all the bad foods the pride through the process meets the oil..
Runner fights off, kills mountain lion in Colorado park
"Eban Brown. A Colorado man outrunning in Fort Collins, barely got away from a mountain lion which attacked him biting his face body. And limbs the state's wildlife officials say the man was out for a jog on a trail when the animal attacked him from behind and the jogger needed to fight back against the eighty pound wildcat. He eventually killed it walked himself out of the park and got himself to the hospital. Officers searching the trail eventually found the animal's carcass surrounded by the man's
"eighty pounds" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"He lost almost eighty pounds. When back to the doctor again has time and the doctor he walks into room and the doctor like, oh, my God those prescriptions were better than I thought they would work. It's what is any says, doc, I ought to be really honest with you. I never actually filled the first prescription. And he goes you didn't he's what did you do? He says I wanted one hundred percent Hofu plant based diet, and he says, wow. Isn't that a radical? And and he, you know, did the blood work in the whole thing. And then realized that he had he had always had inside of the power to to make himself feel the way that he wanted to feel and he was only in place for a temporary period of time. What happens a lot of times that we feel like because we've gotten to a place where we belong that. We have to be there, and that will remain there forever. And we get so lost in the chaos in the noise. And then so scared with what the potential outcome. Could be that. We're like, oh my God. I will take this these this cocktail drugs for the rest of my life on ever skip it not knowing that more often than not it actually does more harm to those good. So as really for me, it was really something that touched me in a very special place because I mean, it's been five years now, maybe more and he's kept all the weight off. He's still one hundred percent plant based. That's the thing. The fact that he's been able to maintain it and sustain it the whole game. And he's super smart guy. So. He immediately was like man, I have the keys right in front of me. If I go back to the doctor with an issue. It's only because I no longer care take care of myself. I no longer care to do what I need to do. And I'm basically handing over my health or my life or my lack of health to someone else. But I'm not doing that. I'm not gonna do it again. And again, it wasn't a perfect road for him. He stumbled a couple of times he called me one day. I was like man, how do you feel if I introduce fish into my diet every once in a while, I make me do what works for you. You've already seen the outcome of going one hundred percent time based now it's up to you play with it as yeah. Do whatever you think he'll be the first tell you. I'm one hundred percent plan base. But if on a occasion, I go out to a place, and someone's all you have to try this whatever cheese or what have you? He's try it. But for the most part, I'm a hundred percent time basis. Yeah. What it does for myself in his case his change that change was fueled by a couple of things pain. Desperation and also on some level accountability to somebody who knew they were talking about yourself. Right. So he had a little bit of a support system with you. And he had that sense of desperation that he was at a tipping point in his life. How can we get people to? Have that same adoption rate and sustain it long-term who perhaps aren't coming from that pain point. Or are just like, hey, man. I know I can do a little bit better that I'm doing. I mean, knowing the book you've got you've got the twenty two laws twenty two laws for the world's most powerful diet. So it's really psychology is much as it is anything else. It's not about like, here's the science or the facts of the proof or the why it's about trying to tap into what truly motivates people and capitalizes sustainable behavioral change. Ultimately. Yes, that's exactly what it is. And why I created the book in broke it into laws is because again, it's the psychology of it. Right. I wanted to get to I wanted to help people understand the different..
"eighty pounds" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"You guys I've follow the NFL g program for while here and down about eighty pounds and just over three months very much. Yeah. Thank you very much. Appreciate that. But it also raises a concern that my wife is dismissing like, it's nothing. I'm concerned about is. I have three little girls it ranging from two and a half to six eight and their sugar going to or intake is ridiculous. And I keep getting told the kids eat don't worry about it. But I feel like it's almost setting them up for future problem than I two worried or is there validity to air or you are too worried because it is normal for young developing children, adolescents to try to packing as much calorie as possible on the other hand setting sort of dietary habits early as it good thing. So you sort of shape it they've course going to win fatty and sugar sugar Laden foods that's in their developmental biology. But to sort it kind of, you know, incurs them in different directions. I think that's very important. Yeah. Good. How how's your this? Sorry. Adams's your wife down with the cause. Of of putting them on a better diet. No, she she thinks I'm paranoid. And I worry too much become her. I do I worry about everything have her day. Her. No, she's she's good. She's she's rock-solid. What does she have breakfast herself? Nothing. Nothing nothing. She she usually doesn't eat until, you know, lunch and dinner type things. And when she does it's just like, a, you know, maybe like go to Mexican food and getting a taco and eat part of that many that are in this kind of nibble here there nothing. An appetite. Yeah. Yeah. But I sort of gave up at home. Yeah. It's a can't argue anymore about it. I think there's a I think we get sunny on to an egg has an egg on Tuesday and Thursday after three years, I think that's where we've landed by. It's like, it's it's it's such a never ending argument. I can never it's just like. Crazy pills argument. I don't even know what it is. I can't even throw in the towel in on everybody. Just went eat unhealthy, and do whatever you want. No one gets fats, and they don't really care. So I'm just like had. But is it is weird? It's also it's also that part of the new world order. Maybe this is my toxic masculinity kicking invite her probably I do feel like the guy who pays for one hundred percent of the food should get a vote. In terms of what is consumed? I'm not saying a thousand votes, but I'm saying like little more than just one votes spread out for ways. You know what I mean? The guy picks up the tab for all of the food all of the time should probably get like a vote and a half. But that's just my toxic masculinity. It takes a village to raise kids and your wife has equal partnership in this family system. So your vote is equal to hers. Okay. Well, then mine spent canceled out with the Vinnie torch angle 'cause I'm done I'm done arguing with everyone in my house. But. No sugar. No grain is fantastic. And makes a huge difference. And it's so funny how doctors and he's still take they're still like, I just talked a friend of mine. Good, Matt Matt the Andrea you're not bad bad feel feel like any to say that he's good, man. You're mad clear all he went no sugar. No grain like six months ago. All his stuff is down all this cholesterol. Everything's down any meets with the doctor. The doctor's like everything is down. Good job at the plant diet. No. And I know it's all eggs and cheese and lunch meat and everything is down. So stay the course, but take it easy on the red meat. Yeah. It's like take it easy on the red meat. How do you wanna do this? Again. I did a podcast not out yet on swale patrol with Sean Baker the guy behind the carnivore diet the guy. Okay. That's coming out soon. He we got into the weeds this thing, and the just evidence that this is destructive is not there. I know. Go ahead. You're going to do something. I was gonna talk about truecar buddy talk about truecar and true cash. Offer cars.
"eighty pounds" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Volt AC outlet to USB charging ports on each side of the couches backrest magin. They're finally we have something a couch that we can all use. But there is one thing that this tech couch is missing you think what it is. Yes. No Cup holders. No Cup holders. But in my case that would be pup older. Yes. All right. How the wheels of progress? Remember back in school. You get hungry you'd want a snack and that meant well finding the nearest vending machine. Well, those days are over. Meet the snack bought. Yes. A self driving robot snack delivery service for students. It's launching at the university of Pacific in Stockton, California. The robot ways eighty pounds a little less than three tall drives on its own stops when someone's in front of it that's a very handy feature. They're kind of looks like an igloo cooler on wheels. So students order through the app, they meet the bought one of the fifty campus locations on a one hundred seventy five acre campus. Now, they say you can only order healthy snacks from the stack. Right. No Doritos just baked Lay's sun chips or bubbly sparkling water now in other news. There's a robot that can now make and bake chocolate. Chip cookies true story. It was created out of necessity by two medical marijuana card carrying engineers. Yes. Finally, it seems like everybody's talking about bird box. Have you seen bird box? Andrew you have not. Well, maybe you've been living in cave. You have never heard about it. It's a Sandra Bullock horror film that imagines a world where everyone has to go around wearing blindfolds to protect themselves from this. This killer force such is life. People are taking the idea to the internet trying to walk around wearing blindfolds. So in the film Bullock in her to onscreen kids are blindfolded while navigating through this forest in a treacherous river so footage online shows a woman paddling with two young children in a bathtub. Oh, man traversing through his backyard while his husky puppies jump on one again, all blindfolded, and it's using the hashtag bird box challenge videos. Also emerged on the not so safe side of things. One video shows a father gripping his too young children's hands as he runs through his home before the toddler just crashes right into the wall like as a good daddy moment. Others show kids riding bikes while blindfolded and crashing into chairs and other things. Maybe I should try to do the show blindfolded. I just can't see myself wearing it. Oh that was a bad..
Cleveland Cleveland, Zairean Williamson And Duke Zion Williamson discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"That could possibly happen Zion. Williamson that Duke who struggled in a win overall orbit yesterday, by the way, Bruce Pearl. I think I just think that Bruce Pearl coach. And I think yesterday was the latest example of him doing that let me say this, you know. When I think of Duke Zion Williamson day Barrett is clearly the best player on duke's team. But Zahn Williamson as a monster. Six seven forty six inch vertical. Leap two hundred eighty pounds built like a chisel brick house is something special to behold, his boy handling skills. Still suspect to me he can pass. He definitely can jump out of the gym. Let's see what he can do whether or not he could shoot or something like that. Here's what I will tell you. That I have a concern about. I don't want. This man in Cleveland Cleveland is clearly trying to lose games. Cleveland clearly has no intention of winning basketball. You wanna call it? Take say is not taking or whatever fine. But I'm telling you, they wanna know damn basketball games. I don't even believe Kevin love is that hurt. I think they'd listen Kevin Lada y play you want to build a franchise going forward. If you the Cleveland Cavaliers, why would you play Kevin love? If you're smart, you should trade him other just should do Sunday started UCLA from the areas. But whatever you do don't wish Zion where it's an end of the Cleveland because ladies and gentlemen, it's not about as as not the fact that he's great and gifting and all that stuff. Of course, you want that from a number one overall pick. But if he ends up in Cleveland understand the magnitude of it all the real problem lies in the fact that he is the one person drawing comparisons to LeBron because of his physical prowess. He's so much bigger and stronger than everybody he's going against if he would have come out in a draft. And they drafted him in Cleveland. They would expect him to be LeBron. And I think that's a recipe for disaster for him. I think the best thing that can happen with Zairean Williamson is that he ends up anywhere, but Cleveland because anywhere else you'll just be a great talent. But in Cleveland, they'll be looking for you to be LeBron. And I don't think that's something that works for him. I really really don't it. Eight say ESPN, it's inundate seven to ninety seven. That's the other thing. I wanted to mention this ladies
German Bloke Banned From All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Restaurant After Devouring 100 Pieces
"I think we've all hit a buffet every once in a while in our lifetimes, right? This is from Germany an ironman triathlete yorislav brow sqi as an ironman triathlete. He has to consume a lot of calories in a day. Can eat a lot of food. All right. Let's as much as as much as many calories as he burns in a day. He's going to be eating a ton of food. Well. In a visit last week into an all you can eat sushi restaurant called running sushi. This former ironman, ironman triathlete and former bodybuilder eight close to one hundred plates of sushi freaking out the restaurant, the restaurant owner said he eats for five people that is not normal. He has a special diet in which he doesn't eat for twenty hours. And then he eats until he's full he works during the day as a software engineer, by the way. At the restaurant that meant eating almost one hundred plates of sushi in one evening, and finding that it was cutting into their bottom line, the chef and the owner of the restaurant personally told him he is now prohibited from returning, quote when I went to the checkout I wanted to tip but the waiter did not want to accept that. He says which has a fixed price of about sixteen year old, and it's like twenty bucks or something like that for the all you can eat sushi buffet. Instead, he was discreetly told by the restaurant's owner and chef that quote, I'm band now on from now on because I'm eating too much. But Borowski was stunned. And he weighs about if. I'm doing my math. Right. He probably weighs about one hundred seventy five hundred eighty pounds. Maybe feels like he works off his mountainous hunger. Is body fat? Is it less than ten percent as it should be? And he's been a regular guest there. But apparently, he finally ate a little too much and the restaurant drew the line that he had just eaten a bit too, much sushi. I wonder if it was the California roll or if he had some of the maybe some of the more exotic ones, maybe the Tempera or
SyFy Faceoff Special Effects Make Up Artist Walter Welsh Interview
"Hey, listen. All right. Welcome to another addition of talk nerdy to me. Troy Troy. Stagner I have my cogos here. Trevor Cooper. Good morning Selo nerds, and we had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Walter Welsh from season ten and thirteen faceoff how you doing today. Walter. Doing great glad to be here and we're happy to have you told us before we started, if you nothing was off limits. So. Now we're dot to doing thing hard to you. So. Oh, good. Let's start with some some simple stuff. Here. I'm reading some of your history here says you were a college football athlete. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Yeah, I, I played football pretty much most of my life and I eventually went on and played a Juku junior college played for a year and a half there. And so I- tore my ligaments in my hand and decided to hang the cleanup. Can you tell us which juke? Oh, it was. Yeah, I played for Diallo valley college in. California in the bay area. And and what position did you play? I was outside linebacker was kinda like a stud baecker. So I just read quarterback at outside contain. You got to do all the fun stuff. The fun stuff without all the crazy middle responsibility. Yeah. And also says you were into competitive bodybuilding. Yeah, right after I tore my ligaments in my hand, I had to wear a club for for football and that's kinda why stop playing just I don't know how guys can do is really difficult and ended up gaining like a bunch of weight. I- ballooned up to like two hundred eighty pounds, and I just hated the way I looked and someone told me I should try to lose weight by shooting for like a competition. So slowly I walked a bunch of weight and I went from a hundred two hundred eighty pounds to down to like one eighty nine and I competed in bodybuilding. And then I continued to do that for another three or four years for years total. So how'd you make the jump from that to to art because then you've got into some portrait painting, assess. Yeah, I I had always been into art. I took like there was like a college elective course in high school called APR Neha in order to get into that, you had to take our every year. So I usually always took my elective in high school in our elective full of my parents are really artistic. So I kinda, I've been drawing because of them my whole life and my brothers super justic. So we've always been into art and onside decided I was done with sports other than bodybuilding was has always just been like a fun passionate hobby of mine. I follow sport and and I live the lifestyle as far as healthy eating and working out every day, but it was never something I wanted to like do professionally or anything. It was just a goal for me in the gym. Art was something that I've always really loved and wanted to pursue. So when I transferred from diabled alley college, I went to Cal State East Bay and I, I got my Arctic gre- there. And when I was there, I was doing portrait painting and airbrushing and stuff like that. And then once I was doing all the airbrush stuff, I, I actually saw the show face off and to be honest before the show, I didn't know too much about special effects. I knew of like STAN Winston and dick Smith, but I didn't know too much about the grades or any other thing besides those two and the work that like STAN Winston had done in the dick Smith, Donald exorcists and stuff. And from there, I just really started taking passionate and researching and watching things and reading things and kind of all went towards that direction from there.
FDA warns of pet owners using animals to get opioids
"So a few months ago there was a I guess a survey and veterans had veterinarians, veterinarians, it found they, saw, an increase of pet owners claiming their pet was injured so they could get medicine And, in some rare cases they. Felt that the owners were, actually hurting their, pets to, get the pain medications Colorado veterinarians till, Denver seven that they're recognizing signs of abuse and pet owners who bring in their injured dogs or cats They said probably happens more than we think Dr Kevin FitzGerald They, say patients are thinking that their pet is injured he says. I know of cases where we really knew what, was happening he said he could pick up on red flags a pet owners who may. Be seeking drugs for, themselves rather than relief for their animals they come into view never seen them. Before they know the names of the drugs that they want oftentimes they want to. Know the, amount a large amount more than you would use Because. I mean Pat is what like I have a ten pound cat I think yeah Do Oh, jeez devout as a. Gay he grabbed the dogs. Anyway Probably less. Than ten pounds starting to get older so he's of cartilage so my guess is that he made me. Lose a little bit of wave. Avoid does he eat anyway so these are people that come you've never seen them before and. Then they're, asking for something for. One hundred eighty pound man The pet is. Ten thirteen really Kathy Brown at my guess is they'll probably bring it a big dog say okay why. Did this medicine for the big. Dog but usually the type of pain medicines vets give our anti inflammatories they're not really narcotics Dr Kathy Brown says she's also seen people bring their, pets, and claiming the animals and pain with no? Evidence of real