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"Hello everyone and welcome to frames. My name is Scott Olsen and I am talking today with Beowulf Sheehan. Beowulf is one of the most sought after most successful and I believe most important portrait photographers in New York. These days he has worked in more than fifty countries lectured at New York University and Yale among other places and if you go to his website you will see portrait of people like Oprah Winfrey Twenty Morrison Patti Smith Margaret Atwood Patrick Stewart in Kellyn Paul Simon and dozens and dozens of others. It is a body of work of which I am personally Quite envious good morning. Bill could he's got great to hear Your Voice. I do have a quick thought for you. I've not traveled to fifty countries the photograph I photographed in better than ten by way of commissions however I have photographed people from at least fifty countries and hopefully been able to travel to their worlds in cultures through those experiences. Okay I saw that on your resume and I was impressed and I'm still impressed. So tell me how things are in New York this morning. New York is a beautiful place this morning. The air is cool and crisp outside. I did have a short walk this morning. I am very fortunate that out my window. I have a cemetery so I get to see less trees and I have a great deal of quiet. What sounds I hear. Every morning in this new time of ours is usually One of two things that I hear all either your birdsong or I will hear the sound of a passing ambulance and of course happy to hear the former not to hear the ladder. That is the time in which we live summer mornings in New York. City yes Tell me about portrait photography but let let let's begin where people how in the world could you get into photography? How did you get into the kind of portraiture that you do specifically I into photography being a shy boy and wanting to make friends and prior to the thought of making friends? I wanted to be reacquainted with my father. My parents divorced when I was in elementary school. My father was out in my life for a few years and when he came back the beginning of my high school years he had a Konica thirty five millimeter camera. A Long Lens to go with it and when I arrived at high school which was a high school outside of my neighborhood I went to magnet high school for foreign languages. I was busted very early in the morning to get there. I was in the ethic minority in head a world of new friends to make and when I got to school my classmates were speaking about two things with which I was unfamiliar of the Miami Dolphins. I grew up in Fort Lauderdale and girls and I knew very little about both but I had been working in the summers and not really spend that money on anything beyond books and comic book so I had enough money saved to become the youngest person in the history of the Miami Dolphins the buy season tickets to the Miami Dolphins. That's impressive I go So what I had done was than I began to use my father's camera and I would take a tripod that camera that long lens invite a new acquaintance from high school to eat game. And I believe my mother had driven been to us down To attend these games and no one ever stopped me. The guards were very kind. They recognize me after a few games. I always went through the same gate that sort of thing and was able to watch Dan Marino or the ball around and make pictures and then make Prince of those pictures and share them with classmates over time developing friendships and of course Getting to know my father again. That's a wonderful beginning there. Is I know an extraordinary event. Though in your early connection to reading and that's possible yes but but I'll let you lead that so when you're asking the extraordinary connection is well. Yeah you you are probably the only you are the only person I know who's ever been bitten by an alligator. Oh this is true this this. I don't know all the people in your life of course who you know but but I'm the only person I know who's been bitten by an alligator and that happened to me in the summer of nineteen seventy six in June of that year. I was of course on summer break from school quite small and my brother and I were playing in the backyard of the home of a friend of my mother in southwest Fort Lauderdale where there are canals and those canals in some cases feed than Their Way West to the Florida everglades and of course. That's where alligators hang out. And some of them sometimes get lost. My brother-in-law had been wrestling. This lady's backyard was time to come into the House for lunch. I had asked the Lady of the House. If we could use your host wash our feet persons they were full of dirt from the grass and the young lady had said no actually better just a spicer feed off the dock and then it'll be quicker and I went I. I remember sitting at the dock. Enjoying splash on my feet and looking at my brother and my brother's twenty months younger than me made his eyes get bigger and he looks down on my foot. I looked at my foot and I saw the alligator close. Its mouth around my right foot and I went to some degree of shock. The allegation let go. He caught the outside artery of my ankle and bloodshot out. Allah a bad money iphone sketch. And my my brother then began to grab my body to try to pull my body up and my mother and my mother's friend of course had come out of the house at this time and they were lifting me from the document onto the grass. The allegation had gone back under the dock. And I don't know how much more time passed or how much blood I lost but I then at some point found in the emergency room of a hospital where my brother was born. Only a few blocks away and doctors worked in saved my foot. Save my leg. There was concern for infection loss and I was very lucky to have for the balance of the summer. Have Gone to the hospital every day to get my foot. Epsom salts to save it and that meant of course not being able to play games at not being able to enjoy summer camp not being able to do sports do much of anything involved mobility and that deepened my reading and then with it of course my drawing and my reading and drawing through my childhood in and beyond began with comic books and then onto more challenging books More INTERESTING BOOKS. Maybe more interesting stuff. The right word say because books are wonderful. And they're very very interesting. Otherwise we wouldn't have these films adaptations of stories that now the masses is seen film but the the books of course comic books would come out once a month and it was great to go to seven eleven after school and pick up those books but I would devour them so quickly and then I really wasn't in the mood to wait another month for the next book to come out so I would just draw stories myself. The drawing worked its way over time of course into photography. But that's a longer compensation which I'm happy to have
"epsom salts" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression
"Now and a burgeoning collection of silk shirts and have any of these. Solve all your problems. The silk feels great on the skin. There you go I think the Let's see weighted blanket. I can recommend sincerely If you were not held as a child it makes up for years of distant parenting. I do that. Parents were so easily replaced. You just need a twenty pound bag of Sam and I do. I love the way to blanket. I think bath related products are good purchases. If you're a bath person. I like men are rarely bath. People I can't I don't. I'm too tall for most tubs. I do think he's six feet tall. Yeah it's it's unfair. The dimensions of tubs are absolutely unfair to men They should make them longer and deeper for said boy. What's you and Me Start? Allying of long bathtubs called sad boys longer and deeper for you and your sadness. Sadness goes this tub goes deeper a salty. Bath can cure. At least it's A. It's a good quick fix. I think so. Twenty minutes in a salty bath. I believe saltwater. Yes EPSOM SALTS. They're so cheap and available and Something happens in there. So that's a product you can buy. That does actually help. Yes and I think by the time the home shopping network for Saturday's. I'm so sorry that I have set such such You know superficial. Bandaids for what is a real issue? My conversation with EMI block. Nick often came around to food. Part of that is because she's a comedian and food is funny. It just is listen to weird Al Yankovic but there was a food issue for me in there as well and it's getting better lately. Well this is the thing that when it was when when I was like eating weird things to sort of like numb or punish myself I think at the time I was talking to my therapist and I was like. Do I stop this. And she's like it's a symptom and I was like fuck you. It's the problem. But she's like no. It's a symptom. And she was right and of course she was right And so the more you treat the the source of the issues like the the deep well of stuff then the eating resolves itself living with chef has been monumental in fixing this because he has spent. He dedicates his life to the enjoyment of food and I would be insane to not go with him on that so lately for the past few years. It's been like shockingly under control but on the road sometimes when you're alone for days at a time and you're in a foreign place and there's a vending machine downstairs and you don't have it you need to go out and see what's in the town. Sometimes you eat nature valley bars for many days in a row. Jaffer for all take hold over from from Your Childhood. The the eating issues. It's weird when I was a kid. I used food for comfort a lot and didn't think very much about it And I think I probably would have been classified. More is a binge like an emotional binge eater as a Kiddo and then like it just got weirder into my twenties and now has kind of resolved But it might come back. You never know your brain sort of I feel like you get those pathways going and then every you can your brain can remember them and be like. Hey you little shit. Why don't you to cabbage? And you're lucky. Need a milk bone fuck. I did eat a milk bone Is.
How Sleep Can Be the Missing Key To Your Success
"Sleep so often overlooked too when it comes to performance of a business people and folks in general. I think for the last as long as I can remember until really recently in the last couple of years conversation seems sorta about it. It's felt like the thing that people think they could cut. We all know the experience even probably from childhood when we had a bit of time when he was in We needed to make sure it was live on time. You might stay up early. Stop NATO should say get up early to do it so I think it's one of those things that most of us get into a habit of of counting at some point relatively early in our life and maybe it works on a one-off basis that we start to think that maybe that's a small thing to do. Well do we cut it because we actually can get by for a certain period of time really with a lot less or without it? I think you're right. I think if you cut it for one night and say you have USA. You enjoy h how it's suppose you had maybe six for night so long as you catch up all have a pretty solid eight hours or mole the next night. You should be fined. The problem for most of this comes when we cut it every night and then we can catch the weekend and things like that so I think you're right. I think cutting once in a while most of us feel doesn't do any So what does your research show about people that don't get enough sleep. My book is a fusion. If you like of my own experience and Research For my life and a lot of reading and talking to others as well and what it shows is that much as. I've already alluded to that. The first ninety s fine but the back you start to suffer physically and mentally and of all the parts of the brain most affected by lack of sleep. The brain is the one that suffers the west and work. Sheri's off I. It's also the parts of the prefrontal. Cortex THE PART OF THE BRAIN. That does all the stuff of leadership stuff. The main management of key activities that people running small business for example need to master. That's why you get affected quickest. So ironically People sort of sort of people listening to this show who are carrying the burden of running their own business and often thing that maybe cutting sleep too smart. It's very area of the brain that they need most where Sleep is particularly vital because in today's society we don't need rest of our bodies because it's not like we're out in the fields working all day right. We really need the rest of our mind. And that's what sleep enables you to do because I know what I don't get a good night's sleep like last night my mind. The next day is just jumbled. It seems like when I get a good deep sleep and I have. Some great dreams almost relaxes my mind in kind of washes everything out for the next day because I often think the best way to describe it to be the first three or four hours of sleep is a physical recovery. The next three or four hours is more like the mental recovery and a lot of people think they can get by on for the and they can just sort of luck themselves around on a daily basis physically They they they can actually still function not optimally but they can function whereas those of us that really try hard to get seven to eight hours sleep. No the benefits from a mental point of view and it certainly a number of things go on in the brain when your sleeping and one of them much. You're listening to is that you start to integrate your new learnings from the day before. It's almost like you're operating system is up a nightly basis right exactly. Well I also your memories off filed property as well to go hand in hand with that so hopefully you know we learn things where most of us aspire to be lifelong learners. We learn something every day and night. That should then be properly integrated into our knowledge of the world and we can better do different. People actually need different amounts of sleep. Because that's what you hear a lot of like I only need four hours or I really need eight hours. Whatever that is or to human beings really need all the same amount or is it depends on their age Areas when you will in. I'm typically talk about adult sleep when you are a child. You need a lot You know maybe this need. I'll try eighteen hours a day when when I first born and then gradually fourteen year old son who I know observation leave. I also know from reading. He needs at least somewhere between nine and maybe ten and a half hours sleep to function at his best for adults. It's typically seven to eight hours Maybe slightly more based on all the research that is that is being done. It doesn't seem to be that old people necessarily need less sleep the challenge for people who are retired and maybe become sedentary often don't wear themselves out of the day They don't get enough sunlight and actually generally by date. They stopped to sleep worse because they must tied as they they might be The other thing to note which is linked to what you're saying Various that there are definitely locks and owls in this world on that she's a genetic thing so if you're someone who loves the early morning and maybe wants to get to bed a bit The other many other people is part of your your. Dna is part of the way. You're wired I'm a LARK. I know hours five hours. That's pretty very annoying. The other one is always been up in the morning but actually wants to leave the party. Early I mean I'm neither a Lark Owl. I like to sleep. At least eight o'clock they had like a bit eleven o'clock so I don't know what that makes me what Giles one of the questions. I go ahead. People exactly jobs is this really vary by culture isn't a cultural thing. Do Asian folks European folks are American? Folks are South American folks. Does it vary by the kind of culture brought up with the way you approach sleep. I think so in terms of time. certainly living in an people live in Barcelona for example where they always go to bed. Feddie Nice that's the culture and the way the work. I don't think that from a if you like from any other reason for that role in the cultural have it. I don't think there is in terms of the like the genetics between people living in different coastal world. And what do you do when you have particularly bad nights like so for me? I usually have pretty good sleeper but recently I've had some really bad nights and you always want to reach for that Ambien to as the solution. What should you do this multiple things? You can do If he'll challenge is getting off to sleep so you just come in and get your brain is wearing and just can't get to sleep taking taking Bob's example epsom salt ball for any other sort of natural oil or salt. It's a fantastic way of relaxing. That's one great way to get to sleep. Another good way to read and read paper or maybe a kindle but something with low light and make sure that you leave your devices your electric devices and smartphones and ipads and so forth out of the bedroom and look for some lost our so before we get something else. I've used recently. Which really helped me again like you. I'm not pretty good sleep now but I still do have nights when I find difficult is something called White. Hit a blanket. You may have hired about these these Blankets specifically designed to almost simulate what it was like a child when you had before you go to bed or even in the old days when we sent in Europe used to always have sheets and blankets do base you got ta Ta very very tight when he kind of replicate the same thing and they should be somewhere between seven and thirteen percent of your body weight. So I'm just over ninety kilos and I've got a nine kilo blanket on that that's fantastic. I particularly find if I wake up in the middle of the night which is kind of the common thing along with Obviously when I go to bed I WANNA go back to sleep and I really make sure I get a good second part of the sleep. Is it. Well what I'm using that.
Learning About Archery
"Every week we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other we got to change this. Because it's not cool. The other one is a liar now and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who was who because no one gets to live better than a kid. What are we lying about? Today we are lying about archery the art practice or skill of shooting arrows with a bow. These what do you know about archery. Well I know that it is a very bad idea to practice archery in a parking lot when you're aiming for a target but suddenly a butterfly lands on your nose and you're all back butterfly off me. Hit a car tire. No I mean it's okay. My insurance covers flat tires from archery incidents. How that's a great insurance policy? Robot INSURANCE IS EXPENSIVE BUT NECESSARY. Apparently so and also necessary is us about our contestants. I got it thank you. Justin is in almost tender old. Who LOVES TURTLES? Shayla Shayla welcome to pass on fire. Hi How are you today? I am so glad. Tell us about sea turtles. Tell US yeah I understand. You started a club. Yeah tell me about it so One day at my school my friend. Annabella she was saying yeah she hills because people will like Putin crashing. The ocean and sea turtles were eating the trash and comer. Oh that's terrible. So then what happened? You started a club and I made this website and t shirts that we sailed on the website to mazing for the sea turtles. You is the website still. Do you want to tell us what? What the U. R. L? Is For your website? It's called Save the Sea Turtles Club dot home dot blog. No space in lower case donated all of your money Deborah. Thanks sure no problem. Yeah but it's a worthy cause so I don't mind so much so we WANNA learn some more facts about you Shayla but we're going to do it pants on fire style. That's exactly so we are going to play to troops alive. You are going to tell us three fax. Two of those facts will be true. One of them will be ally and we have to figure out which one is the lie. Are you ready yes excellent? What are your three facts? I love hip hop on a blackboard and Crotty of never broken any of my bones. Oh interesting okay. Lisa what do you think yes relative. Please do I saw her before the idyllic x Ray Technology and no broken bones so that means the middle one is alive. She doesn't know how to wear belts when she's buying about the belt icy. But that is your choice. Okay Soon Shayla. Which one of those facts is the lie? I'm not a black belt in because she doesn't know how to wear belt. Take Karate and you do but you're not a black belt and yet right. Yeah what are you so you're almost? Yeah that's very exciting is wrong about that. Our first expert is Teresa Vogel Theresa. Please introduce yourself to show. Hi Shay Laugh. I am theresa vocal and I am a competitive archer the USA archery team. All right thank you theresa. Let's meet our second expert. Allio AL reason yourself to share off to throw. My name is our own and offering range and pro shop and I've been a competitive auction for the last sixty years wound. Okay those are some plucky found Lisa. Yes goes are they represent. Potsy Tom do that is correct. It's time to put our experts on the hot seat. While they answer Sheila's questions Lisa. Should we put on the hot seat? I A. I. Lizzy oh because I stands for artificial intelligence that means he's a robot and I love her about Albert. We'll go without a name right Shayla. What's your first question for out? What is the hardest thing in your job Actually I love my job so much that there is no hard part of it. I enjoy doing everything that's connected with it so there is nothing that's hard. Wow that's a great job certainly is what is your favorite part about. It ny shooting shooting the bow. The feeling that I get from shooting the bow and hitting the Bullseye is Is Unexplainable it's been. It's been with me for a long time and I get excited every day when I go into shoot. The other part is teaching the people how to shoot. It makes me feel like I'm sharing the love that I have of the sport with other people. Necessarily Theresa what would be a typical day for you in your job. Well it definitely starts with the healthy breakfast a big breakfast especially when I'm training. I'm eating a lot more than I would. When I'm not training what she does. Lots of biggles. Lots of fruit anyways. Yeah start with the big breakfast. And then I just go to the gym do a lot of weight training cardio work and then I go to the range and work with my coach and then in the afternoons my team joins me and I would say nice. Epsom salt bath at the end of the night. That sounds very nice. I just WANNA clarify like the piracy ate a lot. She worked out a lot so does WANNA do part of her job. How what is it dry fire in archery dry Faris? When you pull the bow back without an Arrow in the bow and let the string go all of the energy from the bogue goes back into the bow therefore causing damage to the bow or to the person that shooting. What about wet fire? That's done underwater. Oh Oh never let me do. Some underwater artery blazed. I don't think that's so good for your circuits. Teresa what is a Robin Hood? Oh that's a great question. That is what is called when you split someone else's Arrow with your own Arrow Debra you and I should split narrow sometime. Sure that'd be nice. What chaser what does it mean to knock now? Oh that's a great question that is so if you're shooting and teams going. I and you hit one off either your own. Or maybe your teammates off of the bull's eye or wherever there are always it's pretty much that just noggin it. Right onto the ground theresa. If I were to do what you do. What tips would you give me? I would say if you have a love for the sport. That really is a great place to start and you just have to be willing to put in the time to practice and keep your body healthy. You have to be super strong to be a good archer. You do have to be strong but you don't have to start. Strong actually was not very strong. When I started. And they'll start you out with a bow that you know that fits you and that's good for whatever strength you have and as you work you develop more strength over time. How hard is it to catch the Arrow through? That isn't a team sport. One person shoots. It's the other one has to catch it definitely not. Maybe I'm thinking of something else. What are the steps to becoming a great archery? Okay step number. One would be to find someone who could teach you the proper way of shooting and then once you learn the basics of shooting. The next step is very easy. It's called practice. That's the only thing that will make you a great archer. There are no tricks. There are no gimmicks. Here are no secrets. It's just
"epsom salts" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"I like how we get our heart rate up a little bit for like three minutes and then we're just chilling the rest of the time hundred percent but that's like my active rusty. I Guess Yeah I've been Exercising a bunch lately and it's been great I've been taking a lot of the stress off of my back because I've been having a bad back and I'm noticing there's a little bit of strain on my knees when I'm lifting I'm not doing it improperly but it is funny because I do have a great trainer And he he is very like oh I knew going in that there was like back issues. So he's like taking the off my back but occasionally there will be some knee issues I'm wondering if it's just that I am the age I'm at or if there's some way to bounce back I did get a brace. I looked like a bit of US seventy five year old man at the gym. But Hey a lot of people wear braces in a gym. Yeah no shit yeah. Yeah what's your recovery like are. Are you film rolling a lot and taking care of like. Are you doing epsom salt baths. What's up I do have some salt? I don't use it as much but I do. I do get in on that phone roller roller quite a bit. Yeah I would just if anything aches ever and even before it does I would make that a ritual. If you WANNA mice which maybe you didn't I asked you and I got on top of that. I gotTa tell those salts and a and a little lavender in there too so yes. I get lavender vendor. EPSOM SALTS and Eucalyptus both equally Both in the same tunnel. Let them fight over which wants to soothe my knees. More and castor. Mr Oil is is the thing I preach on any podcast. I go on Castor Oil and a heating pad and they make lavender castrol now as well but they they sell it. I saw some at urban outfitters which really got me upset but it is not like an unusual outfitters shops. There's like like fifteen years out from asteroids Kasriel but that into your into rub into your joints ooh good call and so I asked. Yeah she knows all the answers. I put Castrol on my face. I don't know why honestly Mike Grimm so they used to drink it for some reason I don't know why but I mean I put it in my car. Yeah well you're different type boil. It doesn't work it is there. We saw one Aaron first of all. Oh that was helpful and informative but this whole episode has been truly fantastic. I'm so glad you decided to share with us You you know. I don't WANNA whatever we're hoping our audience gets a lot out of it but they don't I feel so I haven't seen a while. I don't think I've seen you since this even happened. And and I was aware of it but just hearing your is a very powerful very inspiring story so thanks so much this also funny. Let's not forget. Yeah let's not forget that you also infuse it with funny but yeah thank you for sharing. I know it's probably like tender topic and I'm I'm so glad to be your a friend. I'm so glad you're okay and I'm so glad you're engaged. Yes believe it. What a dream before? You're officially engaged. You do have to answer one question. Oh this will validate your in the eyes of Stephen which is legally binding so we have everything five questions but you have to choose one number from one to five of your choice. Oh wait goes. We're such close friends. Okay stevie psychic. She'll be able to guess which one you WanNa do. Not Tell me what you're gonNA guess put A.. Okay wait right the number you think down on the back of this paper and give it to me Condoleezza Aaron again. Okay writing the number down. They go okay. Aaron what number five I guess for a a single Aaron. How did you not guess your own birthdate? You're you're right but I'm wrong. We don't let her go. Let her Bob Alright. Okay number five. I forgot that's my birth birthday. Who am I okay number life if you could give your younger self one piece of advice about relationships or food or both what would it be? Oh Oh my little baby Weirdo self. I would say I don't even even know I would say it's all going to be okay. It's all going to be okay. I I don't even I wouldn't do in different. I think I needed to be the insane. Kid I was I would just say it's all GonNa be okay. I think that's great because that's.
"epsom salts" Discussed on We're No Doctors
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"epsom salts" Discussed on WJR 760
"In my own way, coming out of left field. We have heavy preparation. Don't think I'm just throwing it out here because we have no prepping. I'm calling it. I have three pages of talk sound vice that Clinton Jim put together all morning, I have the questions on the coup in Venezuela. The this and that and did that the Trump and Biden Biden soundbites, I would rather take a hot bath. With Epsom salts and talk about that. But I don't take a hot bath for the Epsom salts. I only take showers. I think banner for women. I actually don't take bands. I don't like them. There's something feminine about Baz. I don't quite understand that. But we'll talk about that another time. Nothing wrong with femininity. But I don't take hot bands women. Do I like showers, but I'm asking you weird question. At this strange time in American history. When violence and lies, prevail. If you had to do it all over again. What would you do differently? Leonardo in New Jersey lying to what would you do differently? Leonardo. Well, what's your answer? I'm calling to do it all over again. I will not go to school and just do the wrong things because it looks like. Does wrong. Get ahead in this life. I don't think you're alone in saying that I think that this -ociety glorifies the. That in the type of individual the media, certainly doesn't focus on the good. They focus on the advent in the band. And I'm not so sure that it pays to do things right anymore. Now, I I assume you didn't go you didn't go onto the crime site that you. Did you become a criminal or you would become a criminal? No, I just work. Hoping that gives me the strength to some good fortune. Head of me. All right. Nobody should interfere with that belief system. That's betsy. We're getting a lot of women calling right now. Jane and Florida rather, Jane, what would you do differently? Jane, what would you do differently? If you could do it all over again violence. They would have. Start again, what say it again, slowly. I had it to do. I would not have children. I would have expanded my career. What what will you would not have had children? What about your career? So you sacrifice forget show Rin, and they left you. They basically did nothing for you. And they grow up in an essence. No in plain English. They could that could give a damn whether you found dead or alive is what you're saying. Right. Right. Why are you calling from Florida? I recognize your accent than I think I could tell you that you're very disappointed in them. How old are the children? Fifty five and the youngest is forty eight. And they're. Do they have enough money to help you? But they won't. Exactly. They struggling just cheap. That's what they figured you know, you like an old woman who should be put out on the ice. Right. They want you to be put on an ice floe and pushed out the sea. Like the old eskimos used to do. But in Florida that wouldn't work would it. They could come down to Florida with the biggest ice. But it'd be melting by the time they got your house. They can't push you out to sea with the global warming coming who knows you know. All right. So you would have done it differently. You would have no rotten, Chevron, you would have devoted yourself the career Cleveland, Betsy what would you have done differently? Betsy. To be a model and talk show host from the time. I was ten years old. I became a psychologist and fat. I had some modicum of successes talk show host here in the Cleveland area for about eight years. And I wanna let you remind you talk show contest a year ago, and I never got called to fill up. I fill in. I would come on guys. Jim Clint, I'm putting it on you. She got a great voice. Seriously, though, I wanted to be a model and a talk show host. Well, you beautiful enough to make it as a model is a lot of good looking women who are not on the level of model.
"epsom salts" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Look I thought he shows in my own way coming out of left field. We have heavy preparation. Don't think I'm just throwing it out because we have no prepping. I'm calling it in. I have three pages of talk sound vice that Clinton Jim put together all morning, I have the questions on the coup in Venezuela. The this and that and did that the Trump and the Biden Biden soundbites, I would rather take a hot bath. With Epsom salts talk about that. But I don't take a hot bath to Epsom salts. I only take showers. I think bands for women. I actually don't take bands. I don't like them. There's something feminine about basil. I don't quite understand that. But we'll talk about that another time. Nothing wrong with femininity. But I don't take hot bands women. Do I like showers, but I'm asking you weird question. At this strange time in American history. When violence and lies, prevail. If you had to do it over again, what would you do differently? Leonardo in New Jersey line to what would you do differently? Leonardo. Well, what's your answer? I'm calling if I was to do it all over again. I will not go to school and just do the wrong things because it looks like that will ever does wrong gets ahead in this life. I don't think you're alone in saying that I think that the society glorifies the. That type of individual the media certainly doesn't focus on the good. They focus on the abberant and the bad. And I'm not so sure that it pays to do things right anymore. Now, I assume you didn't go didn't go onto the crime site that you. Did you become a criminal or you would become a criminal now? No, I just work. Hoping that that gives me the strength and some good fortune. Head of me. All right. Nobody should interfere with that belief system. That's betsy. We're getting a lot of women calling right now. Jane and Florida rather, Jane, what would you do differently? Jane, what would you do differently? If you could do it all over again violence. They would start again what say it again, slowly. I had it to do. Again. I would probably not have children, and I would have expanded my career what what you would not have had children. What about your career? Expanded. So you sacrifice forget children, and they left you. They basically did nothing for you. When they grow up in an essence. No in plain English. They could that could give a damn whether you found dead or alive is what you're saying. Right. Where you calling from Florida. I recognize your accent than how you think I could tell you that you're very disappointed in them. How old are the children? Fifty five and the youngest is forty eight. And. Do they have enough money to help you? They won't exactly. They struggling they just cheap. In that struggling, but they figured you know, you like an old woman who should be put out on the ice. That's right. They want you to be put on an ice floe and pushed out the sea like the old eskimos used to do. But in Florida that wouldn't work what? I mean, they could come down to Florida with the biggest ice to be melting by the time, they got your house. They can't push you out the seat with the global warming coming who knows you know. All right. So you would have done it differently. You would have had no rotten children. You would've devoted yourself the career Cleveland, Betsy what would you have done differently? Betsy. Michael I wanted to be a model and talk show host from the time. I was ten years old. I became a psychologist and in fat. I had some modicum of successes talk show host here in the Cleveland area for about eight years. And I wanna let you know and remind you want your talk show host contest a year ago. And I never got called to be your first male fill in. I would. Okay, come on guys. Jim Clint, I'm putting it on you. She got a great voice. Seriously, though, I wanted to be a model and talk show host where you were you beautiful enough to make it as a model is a lot of good looking women who are not on the level of model level. I was tall. I've lost an interest. I was hall then then and we're Jewish so my you'll appreciate this. My parents that I could become a model because it was only for noth- 'cause who was right? Right. Okay. So that's why I couldn't follow that route. But I still they wrong. I think. I would they wrong traditionalists. You know, there's a very thin line between those two careers that your parents were talking about. And in order to move ahead in one career, you'll have to engage in the other look at the Harvey Weinstein experience. So.
"epsom salts" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with with Dr Paul Paul. What do you do to avoid Floride? We get the spring water from twenty miles away. If if if the weather is bad, we can't make it then we get reverse osmosis water spring water from the supermarket. You know, you can get it for less than a dollar a gallon toothpaste. Just get the stuff without the Floride. I guess right. I spring water. I don't spring also because of the mineral content. Do they put fluoride in food too? Well, no, not not deliberately. No. But what you do what you get here is any processed food or beverages which made in Florida communities, they share the fluoride with known for two community. So you're not free of it. Just because your own community may not be fluoridated. You're still getting the Floyd importing in processed foods and beverages. Made in those areas. Let's go to rob on our international line. He's in Vancouver Canada. Hi, rob. Go ahead, sir. I really appreciate you guys taking my phone call. Thank you. I wanted to ask about chlorination now in Vancouver. We don't have fluoride lever to try to introduce it about four years ago. It got rejected myself going to the mountains and get water and don't drink tap water. Even though we don't we don't have a fluoride. I a lot of people in the city feel you know, tap water makes them sick. I get some Reese like reading into it. And it found out that the city of Vancouver adopted UN guidelines, and even though I can drive ten minutes into the mountains and drink water out of a stream our water is you be treated than ozone aided then chlorinated, and it's coming out of the taps at eight milligrams per liter. I was just looking at the statistics, they published the reports, you know, the the live treatment reports, and it's coming out with that one milligram per liter, a free available chlorine, which is cool water and even in their own guidelines. They strongly recommend you use a carbon filter to get it out. I mean that that makes no sense to me. Yeah. Well, fortunately, the compensates is cheap. So the British hills is to remove chlorine the risk benefit analysis of treating water with chlorine is so much more in favor of coronation than Florida. Because it kills the bacteria. Right. Yeah. Yeah. And and and you can literally die if you wash is not treated in some way, but there are other ways of treating the water. So I said the risk benefit analysis is strongly in favor of chlorine for the benefits of saving lives. But at the expense of when you coronate Woolsey, you do get a small proportion of trace amounts of chlorinated hydrocarbons. And and those accustomed genyk. So there is an increased cancerous from using chlorine to treat water. You don't get the same with ultraviolet treatment or os analysis ozone treatment, but the trouble with the lesser is you have to do you have to treat the water in series? You you you you can't just do one treatment. The attraction of Corine treatment is one treatment will chlorine will protect the water supply from beginning to end, that's the attraction if you can afford, it would you put some kind of device. Ice on your water system coming into the house. Yes. Oh house treatment is very expensive. It is. Yes, you're talking several thousand dollars the whole house tree. It works doesn't it works. Yes. So if you're interested in protecting yourself with showers and bathing, then whole house filter if you can afford, it would make sense how much water goes into your body via shower. It's a good question that they've never done any decent size thought. We were solid, but we're not. You know, my gut feeling is when you go into your oppose open. So that's why you put these Epsom salts and things in the water when I was a kid. My mother would put Epsom salts in the water you soaked in the Bob, and the notion is that these minerals will be take it up is your bloodstream, therefore, I would suspect the same thing would apply to fluoride at this point in the world. Can you you soak in a whole book it will oppose will open in the Freud. We'll go into your body into the blood, but they haven't done Tara experiments shouldn't be difficult to put someone in a boffin jaw blood at intervals to see the fluoride levels in the blood went up. Good point Nazis with us in Victoria, Texas now. Hi nance. Hi, good to have you with us. Go ahead. I have a question for the guest. He's waiting for you. Okay. My question is is what is his thoughts are on companies that are creating and selling. Toothpaste that are all natural and vegan friendly ingredients. I have zero fluoride. I think that's great. What do you think? Paul. Yeah. Yeah. I do too. I mean, I I used them for the toothpaste when I traveled to countries like New Zealand England, it's known for the two faces available in the supermarkets UC specialists going to read the tube. Right. Read the package. Yeah. But they don't sell many known forty two face in the supermarkets in America. You have to go to a food. A whole foods store. Some Tom Tom's of Maine be careful with that. They have Florida and on Friday toothpaste. In america. I mentioned earlier on the American dental association does not give it seal of approval to toothpaste without-without four, right? Exactly get paid for those seals of approval. So that's a scam. Now, you know, how sometimes you wake up and you feel lethargic. Can you just not yourself? How do we know? All these things that we get bombarded with fluoride and everything else aren't contributing to how you feel and we just don't know it because you can't put your finger on it. Yeah. It's it's a good good question. We don't we don't really know a lot of people that I've met who turned out to be very sensitive to fluoride had ailments, like simple, let's say headaches or rashes or joint pain or tiredness not relieved by by sleep. And they go to the doctors, and they take various treatments and pills. And goodness knows what else nothing works. And then someone says to them is your water fluoridated and. They chew she say check it out. And then they find out that if they avoid the fluoride they're clear up, and there's a woman called, Melissa. I'm trying to remember his second name. She's just written a book which shows she suffered. She's FBI she suffered from acne. So whatever it is. What do they call men the skin and and actually found the wind? She left America. It cleared up. She was in the peace corps in Africa England and Scotland declared that when she came back to the United States it came back and tried for the spots all over and gala, coal stop it, Melissa. All this great information for you say, you just give me a little Hinson. I get the rest for you. George is great. And I miss her in Florida. She's a very fine very, very bright. Indeed. And the other woman, this is in Wellington, Florida, Florida. They're trying to get the floor of the Wilson. The other woman had hypothyroidism and the skin complaint. She learned from Lissa her experience. She stopped also says of fluoride and low and behold after thirty years, she's completely free of both hypothyroidism, and this acne amazing. We've got linked under your name, by the way the floor Floride action network. What is that Paul semester group that was formed in two thousand activists and scientists from all the Florida eighty countries and a few others around the wolves and a web page is fluoride. A looks old careful spelt Floyd L you. Oh, no. Oh, you don't flower. Right. It's fluoride think of flu so fluoride. A look a L E T dot old. Don't put com don't putting it. Otherwise, you'll get trapped by the ADA point, right? Dot ORG. And it's very useful. Because you would you go there? There was a series of revolting must hedge ten of them, and those are trending topics and all things I've talked about tonight the IQ studies lawsuit. They're all there. And it will only take your few minutes to get up to speed on the latest dramatic developments in this long long depressing debate. It's gonna Peter in Cape coral, Florida, welcome to the show. First time caller. Hi, peter. Tonight, right, sir. Thank you. Number one, reverse osmosis does not remove for. I the only thing will remove from public water supply is boats are it's relatively expensive. What is bone char won't show? Yeah. But CHA the bone is very attracts fluoride very much in in India. What is that? It's it's it's a boned as being carbonized, it's being brush, not burnt. But he did. So it's bone cha-. It's like a filter. Yes. And they make filters out of this. Try your natural sort of the store nature story like look natural health store. Interesting. Don't show today are definitely they work and they're relatively cheap as far as I was told. But I disagree with the gentlemen, reverse osmosis does remove fluoride. Maybe maybe you've been unlucky with the system that you had it depends on the system. I would guess I think that's possibly the case either. Thanks for the call. Here's Fred in Charlotte North. Carolina. Now, Fred take away. Great job joined in Paul. Listen, I know a lot about homeopathy in maybe the big generation gap. This this time is larger because. To potentially as a remedy. You have to shake it violently. So when you turn your water on and off it's abruptly stopping in. They're creating a fluoride agreement in the man, let me give you the symptom. There's one of the things I wanna tell you indifference towards those love best inability to realize responsibility. That's what that can be creating in the in the people drinking homeopathic water. This is actually a homeopathic remedy, and they don't even know it. And the second thing is I know tons about the thyroid I estimated twenty years ago thirty million women because more women are hold on. And and now, it's probably fifty million. In one reason, nobody knows ninety percent of the of the TSA of the test is on TSA for thyroid is wrong in the premium. Right two years ago. They dropped the researchers told him to drop the top from six to four one third thirty three percent, and that's still way too. And a lot of layoffs there. So conservative in medical. They only dropping to four and a half point two thirds. I've seen some go to for. But so they're missing tons of women and men that are like Paul Paul. Would you check out that paper by Malin? It's on our web page mail in two thousand eighteen she showed that in Canada women that will already low in iding, or borderline ID fluoride made their TSA levels. Go up made the most susceptible to hypothyroidism time for one or two more calls Brian's in Indianapolis, say, Brian go ahead. George Paul good topic tonight. Thank you, sir. Sir. Hey, got me thinking about my grandson who was diagnosed with autism. And I have a stepdaughter who has down syndrome, and my wife did know, but she has a, hyper active thyroid that caused the down syndrome. But is there been any study.
"epsom salts" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Ninety four one FM. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with with Dr Paul Paul. What do you do to avoid Floride? We get the spring water from twenty miles away. If if if the weather is bad, we can't make it then we get reverse osmosis water spring water from the supermarket. You know, you can get it for less than a dollar a gallon toothpaste. You just get the stuff without the Floride. I guess right. I hope spring water. I don't spring water because the mineral content. Do they put I in food too? Well, no, not not deliberately. No. But what you do what you get here is any processed foods or beverages which made in Florida communities, they share the floor. I would known for the community. So, you know, free of it just because your own community may not be Florida. You're still getting the fluoride importing in processed foods and beverages. Made in those areas. Let's go to rob on our international line. He's in Vancouver Canada. Hi, rob. Go ahead, sir. I really appreciate you guys taking my phone call. Thank you. I wanted to ask about chlorination now in Vancouver. We don't have fluoride not to try to introduce it about four years ago. It got rejected. I myself go into the mountains and get water and don't drink tap water. Even though we don't we? We don't have a fluoride. I a lot of people in the city feel you know, the tap water makes them sick. I did some research like reading into it. And I found out that the city of Vancouver adopted UN guidelines, and even though I can drive ten minutes into the mountains and drink water out of a stream our water is you be treated than ozone aided then chlorinated, and it's coming out of the taps at eight milligrams per liter. I was just looking at the statistics, they published the reports, you know, the the live treatment reports and it's coming out at one milligram per liter of free available chlorine, which is cool water and even in their own guidelines. They strongly recommend you use a carbon filter to get it out. I mean that that makes no sense to me. Yeah. Well, fortunately, the competent filters are cheap. So the British filters to remove chlorine the risk benefit analysis of treating water with chlorine is so much more in favor of coronation than Florida because it kills the bacteria. Right. Yeah. Yeah. And you can literally die if you wash U is not treated in some way. But there are other ways of treating the water. So I said the risk benefit analysis is strongly in favor of chlorine for the benefits of saving lives. But at the expense of when you coronate Woolsey, you do get a small proportion trace amounts of coronated hydrocarbons, and and those costs and the genyk. So there is an increased cancerous from using chlorine to treat water. You don't get the same with OSHA violent treatment or os analysis ozone treatment, but the trouble with the latter is you. Do you have to treat the water in series? You you you can't just do one treatment the attraction of chlorine treatment is one treatment with Cory will protect the water supply from beginning to end, that's the attraction if you can afford, it would you put some kind of a small device on your water system coming into the house. Yes. Whole house treatment is very expensive. It is. Yes, you're talking several thousand dollars the whole house tree. But it works doesn't it? It works. Yeah. So if you're interested in protecting yourself with showers and bathing then whole house filters you can afford. It would make sense how much water goes into your body via shower. It's a good question that they've never done any decent size thought. We were solid. But we're not are we with, you know, my gut feeling is when you go into off the oppose open. So that's why you put these Epsom salts and things in the water when I was a kid. My mother would put Epsom salts in the water soaked in the Bob, and and the notion is that these minerals will be taken up is your bloodstream, therefore, I would suspect the same thing would apply to fluoride at this Freudian. The watching news you soak in the book ball, it will depose will open in the froyo we'll go into your body into the blood, but they haven't done Stara experiments. It shouldn't be difficult to put someone in a Boston draw blood at intervals to see the fluoride levels in the blood went up. Good point Nancy's with us in Victoria, Texas now. Hi nance. Hi, good to have you with us. Go ahead. I have a question for the guests. He's waiting for you. Okay. My question is what is his thoughts are on companies that are creating and selling. Toothpaste that are all natural and vegan friendly ingredients. I have zero fluoride. I think that's great. What do you think? Paul. Yeah. Yeah. I do too. I mean, I I used them for the toothpaste when I travel to countries like New Zealand England it known for the two faces available in the supermarkets UC's factors going to read the tube. Right. Read the package. Yeah. But they don't sell many known Florida to face in the supermarkets in America. You have to go to a food. Enact a whole foods stores. Tom Tom's of Maine be careful with that. They have Florida and Florida toothpaste. In america. I mentioned earlier on the American dental association does not give it seal of approval to toothpaste without without flaw. Right. Exactly. And they get paid for those seals of approval. So that's the scam. Now, you know, how sometimes you know, you wake up, and you feel you know, lethargic can you just not yourself? How do we know? All these things that we get bombarded with fluoride and everything else aren't contributing to how you feel and we just don't know it 'cause you can't put your finger on it. Yeah. It's it's a good good question. We don't we don't really know. And a lot of people that I've met who turned out to be very sensitive to fluoride had ailments, like simple, say headaches or rashes or joint pain or tidiness not relief by by sleep. And they go to the doctors, and they take various treatments and pills. And goodness knows what else? Nothing works. And then someone says to them is your water fluoridated, and they to she say. Yeah. This florida. And then they find out that if they avoid the fluoride their ailments clear up, and there's a woman cope, Melissa. I'm trying to remember his second name. She's just written a book which shows she suffered. She's FBI Alice. She suffered from acne for whatever it is. What do they call expert at the skin and? And the wind. She left America. It cleared up. She was in the peace corps cleared up in Africa England and Scotland declared that when she came back to the United States, it came back gain trade for the spots all over and Elissa galaxy she stop calico, that's it. But Elissa Gallagher. All this great information for you say, you just give me a little hints that I get the rest for you. George is great. And and I met her in Florida. She's a very fine person very very bright. Indeed. And the other woman, this is in Wellington, Florida, Florida. They're trying to get the Floyd out of the water. The other woman had hypothyroidism and the skin complaint. She learned from Melissa experience. She stopped all sources of fluoride and low and behold after thirty years, she's completely free of both hypothyroidism, and this acne amazing. We've got linked under your name, by the way the floor Floride action network. What is that Paul? It's a group that was formed in two thousand activists and scientists from all the Florida.
"epsom salts" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"The build yourself back up chemicals, and you know, anabolic cata Bolic are some of the terms you may hear thrown around. And that's essentially what we do when we're in a high stress state were breaking ourselves down to create fuel to get through that st- get through that time. So that the emotional stress it basically leads to all these disaster response in the body that turn on autumn unity. It's real. Yeah. Nor Efren can leak the gut. There's there's just so many intricate ways that this can happen right Sopher. Let's say you're in school, and you're setting really hard work in a job. Like, I did in my undergrad or you're working to start a company, it's your side gig. But you know, taking all your time, which is kind of how I started bulletproof. So I've lived this. That's why I'm asking these questions what could people do to not get Hasha motos or some other Ottoman thing when they're under times of real serious stress. You know, a really really big part of it is self care and going to I say a lot of times just kinda doing the basics. So what are the very basics of self care is making sure that you're getting enough sleep. That's gonna be huge making sure that you're getting kinda like a healing loving touch. Whether that's from your partner or from massage, therapists or somebody. Yeah. Yeah. Or or little cute sweet dog that sits on your lap and his blind and loves to do podcast with you. Yeah. Just getting getting some of that love sitting in an infrared sauna. This is a really great way to kind of relax yourself. Detoxify yoga, meditation any any things like that that put your body into that rest and digest calm state are gonna help. I also recommend doing a lot of nutrients digestive enzymes when you're in that high stress state, we know that stress shuts down our digestion so were more likely to not produce enough stomach acid when we don't have enough stomach acid. That means we're not digesting our foods properly that means that we're not extracting nutrients from them, and that we could become more sensitive to the food. So even the the amazing kale juice smoothies, which I know you love kale so much. I know I know, but even the healthy foods that were eating we can become sensitive to when we're under a lot of stress and in another part of it is going to be cleaning up our diet and figuring out. What's what's working for us? What's causing us? What's soothing for us? For says, what's causing us to be more? Stressed out more inflamed, though. Those are really the starting points is, you know, nutrition self care self love trying to figure out how to. How to make yourself feel better and more calm amid in the storm. Okay. That sounds really good. So now, I'm working really hard. My company might not succeed. I'm still working my day job, slinging coffee at the local coffee shop, and you know, I still have a mean boyfriend or girlfriend, whatever. And get rid of that mean boyfriend or girlfriend like I mean, that's. Yet jettison that baggage. Hey there, but so easy say you need a lot of self care, but silkair's really expensive, right? It takes time which is the biggest expense, and it takes money, which is other biggest expense. So what are some of the most effective self care things that you have found for the hundreds of thousands of people who who use your work just really basic things like doing a foot soak with Epsom salts. You can get Epsom salts for few dollars at any store and so can your feet with with X.
"epsom salts" Discussed on KTOK
"Is out of the west with st-, south west? And it is only like twenty five miles an hour with gusts up to thirty five. But that's only was a lot more than that. It was the flowers gonna say how did you get your flowers into the Bill? That's that's always a challenge. Yes. Yes. He offers these beautiful bouquets to me. I just hate if they blow away. So that's why we've made shift a little carrier for you. Yes. Your car, which is from the trade school building to the call. Yes. That's the hardest. Well, but I don't I parked underneath it. It'd be different. But that's another story. All right moving on anything else. You want to add about the plant of the week the yellow Mahonia posted the picture on Facebook. I am a lovely orange little vase with a yellow ram that makes it look. Oh, it does make it look super cute. And if you notice the orange face and the Mahoney of flowers and the arrangement all coordinate. You know, I was taught in Williams number. We don't say match here we say coordinate. Matchy matchy is bad coordinate. Nancy? Ties it all together? Yes. So it's not in your picture at the top of the page. It is that's last week's. I think isn't it. It's not that one is no that's last tweets with. Yeah. So you have to scroll down to see it. But it's absolutely beautiful in junior. Right. He posted early, and it was a treat that we all got to see it. So if anyone is inspired by Jamie's beautiful work. Do it yourself, and you can send it to Jamie, and he'll post I would love that. And you guys think outside the box, you know. The whole thing about making a home bouquet or garden bouquet is that it's not gonna look like a force bouquet. So don't be afraid to use like leaves and blades of like different stuff and nuts and pine cones and wherever you can find. So I posted a little I think is it. Crocus that I found in my yard that I did not plant there. So it was really fun. And I come in on the flood. What is this? Yes. It's survived though, that is my dad's my favorite flocks, John panic. It's the middle. So I don't know. And then here is the plan to the week, which is the Mahonia. So trick the week tell us a trick of the week is is it's short and sweet. But it is very valuable. Okay. And this this is. Okay. There is a point when I was growing up I learned from older much older gardeners. And I did a lot of things. I mean, I just did 'em because they told me to and that's that's how I was taught. And then I started going to school. I'm like, okay, I have to do everything scientifically now. So this is something. Yes. The real way. The all I remembered it all then took over. Do. But I would secretly do it like do as much by secretly. Do it not Tony Betty? And so one of the things I was told. A very young age is that you put Epsom salts on roses. On rose. Yes. In like right now right now, you put absence on roses and base of the rose, drip line or exactly a to you before. Because that that's exactly right. The drip line and you half a Cup for an established grows and they scientific study came out, and they proved that the the little eight little gardening. Ladies were. All right. That's exactly what you do. Does. It. Get rid of blackspot. No, what it actually does is it encourages basil. Growth makes makes more Cain shoot up who which is good. Because then if you have infected canes, you have fresh new clean canes that you can replace them with and can you just by run of the mill Epsom salt? See I thought that I thought I didn't have to explain it that much until rose at work said that she had some Blanchard reps with like don't put lavender make. But no, just just just the cheap. I go to the dollar store or something and just get like a little carton of inexpensive, Epsom salt, the old school inexpensive. Right Epsom salt that you buy at the big box stores or the little little one dollar store. Now, you say Epsom salts. I think of baking soda not go not the same and baked there's a lot of things you can do with baking soda too. But this is Epsom salts. This is a step that you like would put your sicker feet in you know, for so now are Epsom salts. Also good for magnolias. Yes. But there is a because usually magnolias typically he'll have a magnesium deficiency in Oklahoma. But you can you can actually buy something specifically for. That magnesium deficiency at a nursery, which is probably better. Okay. So the trick of the week is Africa. Epsom salts around the drip line of establish rose. Don't touch the plant itself. Ideally, no, any scratch deserve scratched into the to the soil. Okay. You're listening to the garden party the freak out too. One thousand Katie, okay? Whatever party, you dream of party city will help.
"epsom salts" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Welcome back. It's the garden rebel show. I'm Robert Vincent Simmons follow me on Instagram at the garden rebel right post, multiple pictures every single day late last night. I posted to pictures of two of my four dogs, scratchy. The the chunky Chihuahua. And. He has like fat pockets, but he's on he's on this low fat food, but he's just kind of genetically fat. So so so when you see him, I don't want you to think he's not healthy. 'cause the doctor says he's fired. The other one is little cocoa. She is the shy one of the family, and that's a little Yorkie going for a ride in the car. Anyway, we we just talked with Anna, and she touched on one of my incredible passions, which is fruit trees and particularly leaching nuts. Also known as leeches of which there are many many varieties, by the way, and it's such a beautiful tree. Even if it didn't have fruit. It would still be a very very pretty tree. Well, well, anyway. Hers is only four feet tall right now. And so when when I was starting with my trees approximately eighteen years ago. They were all young, and I was incredibly dedicated to giving them a tonics and fertilizing in the proper time and so on and so forth. And so the majority of my tonics as most of you know, like vast majority is all organic and natural. And this is what especially babies need. They need this easy. Going soft slow release nutrient rich. Mixtures? And so. Now, the question is what what can I do for it to kind of get it to move along and things like that. Well, the answer is you do different things for these baby trees, and as far as I'm concerned, even when they're five six seven feet. They're you know, they they don't that's when they become a teenager. They're still babies at four feet, you know, so so the the fact of the matter is this time of the year, we don't really use a fertilizer like a fruit tree fertilizer, and the reason is because in the wintertime, we don't want to promote a lot of growth. However, we can and should enrich the soil. And by the way, what I'm about to tell you is general practitioner stuff. That's not only good for young trees. But it's good for all leaches. But it's good for all young plants are young trees. And and so what I would recommend you do is you put a little damn around that Leach she tree. And so that the water it could. Take advantage of every drop of rain water. Also when you go to hand water, and you should be deep root watering it even in the winter. And that's what thing and the next thing. You should do is mix up this tonic. And it goes like this two cups of Epsom salts which is also known as magnesium sulfate two cups of Epsom salts but in the garden center, they won't call assaults. They'll call it magnesium sulfate three shovel foles heaping shovel fulls of black cow cow manure. One Cup of manganese sulfate.
A look at recovery techniques for the athlete
"Then we can really get a little bit more out of out of our recovery and start to enjoy that sense of wellbeing. So if you want to improve your recovery this year, you don't need to start from scratch Derek's advice to get recovery. Right. In two thousand nineteen focus on maximizing the benefits of the three things you probably already do. If we look at sleep you're going to go to sleep. So you might as well go to sleep at the same time each night, you multiple sleep in a room that a little bit colder, you're going to take a shower. So you might as well ease into that shower, and and and drop down that temperature a little bit more. So it continues to cool down your core temperature and you're going to be wearing socks. Mas work, compression, socks number one, sleep number to a cold, shower and three compression socks these might seem highly specific, but when working towards New Year's goals, the more specific we can be the more likely were actually to stick with them. So let's break these three tips down. We've already talked about sleep with Dr Martin. But there's a real reason why Derek also mentioned sleep as one of the top recovery goals. Sleep is probably the greatest known performance enhancer known to man, it's been shown to decrease our chance of getting sick or getting hurt. And certainly a lack of sleep has been shown to have a way. Weight gain and recreational athletes as well as elite level athletes increased chance of diabetes. So sleep is number one. But I want to get back to that cold shower. Derek mentioned the cold showers what Derek recommends to all of his clients, but for his elite athletes, Derek recommends a more intense version of that culture hydrotherapy there are three types of hydrotherapy that both Derrick I use with our athletes. The first is taking an absence salt bath for about fifteen to twenty minutes. Studies show that adding Epsom salts to a warm bath that means getting the bathwater between one hundred one hundred and three degrees, loosens muscles and stiff joints the second. Is contrast water therapy, which consists of hopping and cold water for about a minute. And then immediately getting into warm water for a minute all the way up to around fifteen to twenty minutes. It's possible that this method could allow for increased blood circulation and elite muscle soreness after a workout. We can really look at the role of contrast water therapy. It's a little bit more intricate in that you have to have two different. Things not just the coal tub. Jeff to have a warm tub, the warm tub is typically a hundred degrees right around the level of their core. Temperature after we exercise the coal tub. Same thing roughly fifty to sixty degrees Fahrenheit. We do a one to one ratio. So one minute and called one minute and warm, the literature seems to suggest that doing that seven times. So roughly a total of fourteen fifteen minutes really seems to work out. Very well. So that's something that can be done within thirty minutes of the exercise the second is cold water immersion. That's when I have my athletes hop into a freezing cold pool after a workout. Some studies show that cold water immersion can improve recovery by reducing fatigue muscle soreness. Exercise induced muscle damage, and inflammation, it could be ideal for mid week recovery tool. If you're training for an intense competition, and while this recovery technique can be really effective for some people hydrotherapy is not a one-size-fits-all technique. So. So a typical protocol for cold water immersion would be we have one of those athletes get into a coal tub typically for about ten maybe fifteen minutes, and that's something which they can do to lower their core temperature that something they can do to really help speed up recovery to the recreational athlete. They might be sitting there saying that's completely ridiculous. It simply hurts to get into something that cold. So there's a variety of different modalities that the recreational athlete can do if they don't want to sort of go that route one of which in the evidence is really shown how incredibly effective a cold shower can be after a workout. You don't get quite the same benefit as getting an cold tub. But if we get into a cold shower, immediately after our workout then there really seems to be a lot of upside that can happen. There's a lot of physiological things happen when we expose ourselves to particularly to cold and some of the the various things that it can do to. Us can increase. Our beta endorphins, which increases the sense of wellbeing could increase our dopamine levels, which helps with voluntary movement and sleep patterns, and motivation and mood increased serotonin and neuro Trenton, which also helps with moods if cold water immersion sounds like something you want to try. You don't have to commit to going to facilities. You can do it yourself FILA bathtub with cold water.
"epsom salts" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Like, I didn't have carbohydrates all day yesterday. And then with that state. I had some sweet potato had some broccoli mash, which it which that's not high starches, and then I had half a bar of of the the who dark chocolate and organic glass of red wine. Right. So I probably had about one hundred grams of carbohydrates last night. No, no. But I, but I asked so what I do is. I ask at restaurants for Ganic about an EMMY. And if I can't find it all lease get usually like a board to or burgundy or like, a French or talian a lot of times, you you have a pretty good chance of it being created using more old world biodynamic methods, but at home, I'll drink the dry farm or the fit fine wine. The other thing that I do. In addition to the twelve to sixteen hour intimate and fast is and I just started doing this recently in this past year three to four times a year to a five day fasting mimicking diet where meaning fewer calories than I normally would typically during an easier recovery week pro lawn is the packaged version that made popular by Dr Walter Longo and his company L Neutra. But what I like to use his probably more up your alley. It's more of like an IRA Vetik approach. I do Kittery which is like like an Indian cleansing Stu split among beans and a lot of really good herbs. Coriander and cumin, and what's it called? King. I believe it's called. Yeah. That heating herb, which is which is fantastic. And then I just do a little bit of coconut yogurt. I do a lot of celery juice pair that with a high mineral intake, I'll drink Epsom salts during that help to move things through and get the gallbladder flow going, and then I do a few coffee enema during that protocol as well. So my purpose when I do fasting mimicking diet is to really focus on the liver and the gallbladder and part of that is due to the high number of calories. I eat just as a as a hardcore athlete, I know my liver and gallbladder word harder than usual. I feel very good. When I use kind of like that that modified kind of like, I read it cleansing version of fasting mimicking diet, and then finally at least two times per month. I try to fast Saturday dinner to Sunday dinner, which is pretty easy to do. You just have dinner on Saturday, and maybe independent act of Sunday as if I have a big snowboarding or hiking with my kids all like a Cup of bone. Broth or some Kitone esters or something to kind of keep the metabolism or the energy levels elevated a little bit. But that's my protocol. While the sixteen hour in written fast daily the twice a month twenty four hour fast. And then a few times a year that five day fasting mimicking diet is more cleanse you've worked in like a diabetic diet into your fasting mimicking diets, and I like I love Walter Longos died as well. I've used that. Yes. Pretty roll-on kids. Yeah. I just feel like those are done for you. Anytime you can lower the barrier to entry great, but I just have access to so many whole foods at home and get some nice organic celery and make myself, celery, juice and make that stew. I love the taste of it. I I make my own coconut yogurt using an L routinely strain of probiotic and I- ferment that for about twenty four hours with some really good coconut milk. And I put some some some gelatin in there too thick in a little bit of Steve yet. I put a adult of the. That on top of the kitchen and just works it works. And it's something I could do that breakfast lunch and dinner for five days and still be sitting there eating with a smile on my face it's relatively filling because of the lentils. And so very cool. Anything else you like detox with besides the diet well Epsom salts the coffee enema four to five times a week when I'm at home. I do the infrared sauna for about twenty to thirty minutes. So when I'm in there, I do dry skin brushing, which also helps out a little bit..
"epsom salts" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You are listening to Florida gardening. Welcome to our number two Florida gardening during the break. I finished talking with Jim Jim was calling from Ohio about his rose bushes and how to protect them during the freeze now Jim did everything. Right. He used the, you know back in the when I'm from Michigan. Why I remember the days of oh where these sycamore trees are front, and I'm sick of those sycamore trees because we had the we we had piles five six seven feet tall of leaves on the side of our house. Correct. What my mom used to have us. Do. She would have a in all the beds with the leaves to protect all of our PD's our first and roses back in in our backyard, and we used to stack them up overall plant. That's exactly what Jim was doing so kudos to Jim. That's doing it. Right. Yes. Absolutely. Now what happened? And I and I remember I still. Remember this young? I I left there when I was twenty one or so, but I remember that in the springtime. As temperatures started to get better. We'd have to get out there. And of course, my mom always wanted us to pull all that garbage out of the best now. Exactly, exactly. And of course, as the temperature had warmed underneath that where where the leaves were packed in around the plant a lot of the roses another plant. They're already growing. Oh, absolutely. If they get that, heat, they were growing. So his question was should I prove it back. Then. In the spring, and I just home late pruning. I ever did light pruning. You you. Really can't go wrong with light pruning anytime of the year. It helps the Bush, and I think it makes the Bush mad it saying, okay? You're going to do that to me. I'll show you. I'll throw out some blooms and lo and behold, it's what we're going for. But I also said throwback to fertilizer down to not a bad idea, though, anytime we prove himself, we're pruning the hybrid tea roses and recruiting the floor bond about second week of February a light application of fertilizer twenty one days later, we'll activate into the soil and into your rose plant. So you're looking about the second week of March perfect timing perfect timing for the for your spring, flush spring flush and with most of our our hybrid. Teas they typically have a bloom cycle of forty to forty five days. The average seems to be about forty two. And so if you're thinking we have a special occasion coming up we've got a wedding in the spring. We've got this there their other. I would love some roses for that. Do a little mental math as to where you lightly prune and go back forty to forty five days. And you should have Rose's available for for the event that you need it for there's little hints and tips that I've learned over the years forty two days before the bloom or forty two days of bloom forty two days between bloom between blooms. Okay, forty two days. Just like, I I love the little tidbits of information forty two days between bloom. Yes. Some varieties will be fifty days others are quicker, and we'll be thirty five to thirty eight days. But at the on average thirty two all right? So we've gone over the hybrid teas we've gone over the floor abundance. All right next next plant that we need I want to tackle climbers. Because I think the climbing roses are probably one of the roses that are the most underutilized anymore and people because there are people are unfamiliar. First of all my my guest in studio. Mark appro- is the consulting Roseanne with the American. Enroll society. And of course, he's also a member of the Tampa rose society right here in Tampa Bay. Tell me what are climbing roses climbing roses are as you said larger and can get quite large versions of hybrid tea roses or floor bundle roses, but they tend to throw off long canes that can be trained over a trellis against a wall. And we were talking over the break about can go over and up and above a a roof. Roof lines can go any which way and with a little bit of coercion and training. We can train them to like I see mostly of a trellis a gazebo. Yeah. You very underutilized. I see very few climbing roses here in Florida. Now England other in other areas of the world. Oh my gosh. It's unbelievable. People have no idea. Okay. Now here what can we want? There are several varieties of climbing roses that if you are thinking Louis fleet. Okay. Louis Philippe, you gotta get one. Right. Right. Okay. So if you're going to get a climbing rose look for a Louis Philippe or Don Juan or Don Juan Don fourth of July, another fourth of July, multicolored climber. Those those are the most popular there's three three varieties of climbing roses now what the specific. Is there any difference in planting? Is there any difference? No difference in planting spraying fertilizing. But where the difference comes in is your topic today, which is the pruning. Absolutely now. If we're going to grow these climbing roses, we need to have a structure that they're going to climate. Now that structure could be a would post fence, it could be a chain link fence, it could be could be any any type of Ann Arbor echoes oversaw, a walkway or something to that nature. But you need to have something to be able to tie these long growth that come that these climbing roses produced correct, correct? Right. So now, I as an again, no pruning for the first two to three years that you rose in the ground very important to remember. Okay. So keep wanting to make that point. Now, if we. We plant out the climbers. So we gotta Louis Philippe, beautiful red rose gorgeous. We're going to put this. Let's say we put it on a trellis that is next to the home, and we're going to allow this to to just kind of do its thing year three. We I we start noticing these long straight growth coming out of it that go reach up to the roof line of the home. What are they I? Well, the first question is this part of the rose. Or is this not part must be one of those suckers. Yeah. We called them suckers. And it's what it's the rootstock coming out from beneath the crown typically, and you can tell because it doesn't look like a regular rose leaf. But they can shoot up as you said, they can and you go. Wow. What's happening to my rose Bush that needs to be taken care of? Okay. So those suckers, and usually if you look at the actual suckers, they've got three leaves them. So the the under stock has three leaves versus the typical five leave five leaflet. Correct. You'll see standard rose, so those we don't prune off suckers. No, you don't want. You can prune off suckers. But that what I have found is if you will tear the sucker off rip it rip it off not cut it, it it will as it will not grow back if you tear it off. Whereas if you prune it it's just gonna start over again saying, you gotta soccer. And you got another sucker now unless you wanna Bush full of suckers. I. Well, see plenty of those. Yes. Rip those off. Ben them have gloves on Ben and rip them from the plant. And then they won't come back. Yes. All right now, what about the growth that's actually coming from the crown of the plant that looks very similar in the growth patterns where a curls straight up in the air. I those are what we really want. That's the holy grail throwing roses. You gotta be able to distinguish between the two correct? Correct. It's gotta be an actual rose. Kane not a soccer now they sucker. So. And the canes are when they first come up. They do they have do they have leaves on them to they'll mmediately will start Lael media. We start off with with leaves. But the leaves won't be the leaves of three. No. Yeah. You will it it. It look different. It will look different. But. The Epsom salts. Have. You used Epsom salts to encourage new cane growth. No, no, I have not. There's a school of thought that says a Cup of absence salts a month. When you want new cane growth to start, and there are some rose areas that swear by it, my experience has been that I haven't I haven't been too successful with that. But if you want new king growth of regular Storebrand Epsom salts. Said it is said that rose are proving it that it will encourage the phones. Go ahead and soak your feet Sochi feet when you're done with that report out around. From the plant next to the crown, but around the base of the plan. Excellent. So all right. So we have these these these beautiful new the holy grail of of roses. The canes coming up of the creeping or of the. The rows of this particular rose bright now, what do we do with those canes? We can't just let them go straight up in time to the structure, we got there. There is a specific thing we have to do to those canes in order to produce the flowers that we want. Yeah. And I I keep it digs zagging along the lines of the structure, I'm going, and I I won't tie it. But I will I will encourage it and to get okay. So if you have a if you have a if part of the structure that you're going to attach to allows you to take that and feed it up underneath and back and forth. That's great. If I can I'm going to tie. I I will tie. And I like using the velcro tape of which is about a half inch wide velcro on one side. It doesn't tend to harm the canes in any way. And. Stretchy great. You could stretch a green tape used. But and again, big box stores have this kind of product. But yeah, you need to if if available attach it to the structure you're trying to grow around. So so let's say you're blooming season was already done. And now you've got these long canes coming up the first thing that we should probably do is to remove the old canes from the plant. Diseased canes old canes canes, not going in the proper direction that are a scoring or ones that have already flowered rip as well. Yes. And then we take the new canes that are being developed, and we we kind of like a spell. We we make those we tie those to the structure, and we bend but do not break. Yeah. You don't want to hear? Oops. I don't do that. Because I've done that a number of times. And we tie those lengthwise across whatever structure in the direction that the cane happens to be growing if possible if possible if possible, and we we we do that to a niche e eight more what I would call is breaking apple dominance by tying longitude or lengthwise across the structure, you you get a you get a flush of new growth where your flowers we're going to exactly and that's the whole goal at you're shooting for here. Can we get some blooms, please, please get some blogs? That's what we want to do. And we tie these to the structure across the structure sometimes back up depending on how they do. And if you have four or five or six. The more the better because you're going to lose some of them going to succumb to disease or what have you fill in those dead spots, but removed the other canes that have already produced from the foul from the previous year. Now, when do you do that on you climbing roses, I again, I do all my in same time here in Florida, which is right around the Valentine's Day February fourteenth or your. A little bit for typically, I shoot first couple of weeks in February depending on what is going to be looking like, all right. So same timeframe central Florida as you had north you want to maybe wait a little bit later. Maybe tomorrow. South you decrease the time so because temperatures warming backup. Once you have tied these to the structure, and you remove the old growth, we're almost out of time in this in this. You wanna make sure that you fertilize right absolutely light application of fertilizer again and make sure a good rose type fertilizer or elf six eight I like an eight ten ten minutes general permits for everything that killed around the plant won't read the label. But it'll us what's in the back. And it doesn't care how much you paid for the best. Does it only wants late applications? You don't want overdo. It don't throw everything at this crown of the plan. You ought to spread it evenly around the base of the plant to allow that plant water. Well, the day before water well the day after. Very important. I gotta take a quick break. We'll come back, Kevin and Bradenton. We're gonna talk to you so stand by of course, you are listening to Florida gardening in SRP, invoice list price dealer price, Toby Knapp here, if your car shopping, you've probably heard these, but what do they mean? It's so confusing. Well, it was confusing not anymore..
"epsom salts" Discussed on WSB-AM
"No, okay. Given. One word. No, yes. Or maybe fake. And you heard me talk about this assaults and tomatoes and Epsom salts are. It's a mineral and it's a magnesium sulfate. This what it is. So the magnesium in Epsom salts is good. If you didn't have any magnesium in your soul now for potting soil. Is that where the? Fake. Well, they're they're out in the yard. But they told her to take potting soil and and absence salts and mix them together and then rape plant. You know, but it around the our SE, I see if you potting soil and ours is were in that only then the pilot soul itself. Yeah. Could be deficient in magnesium. And yes in that case s assaults idea, but in the regular soul around your garden, and Tucker, you've got plenty of magnesium in the soul there. There's no reason to put any more in and it's not going to hurt it. And then my grandmother dated. You know, I don't know if you've ever foot up to your foot in Epsom salts, but my grandmother did she swore putting it on the roses in her in her flower garden, so it doesn't hurt anything. But frankly peg doesn't help anything either. Well, then we agree. We agree. That's the most important thing. Thank you alter. Hey, thanks for calling four zero four eight. Well, you know, the number of repeated again, I'm going to go to we just talking to Jackie up and coming. Jackie good morning. Hey, what's up Jackie? Knockout residents. When I get new growth on them. Have these little ramp foward? But after they get the dot com. That now you have too many flowers on Jackie or you firt lesson. I just grow so gruesome big if the new growth is heavy in ways down, but it doesn't seem to be as strong as the original. Are. How tall is the whole rose. Jackie. Tracy. Okay. And even then the wait is enough to break. A limb off of the knockout rose. Yeah. Well, the land is therefore green what is not the. Oh. Green one thing. Yeah. But it breaks off after he gets the heavy..
"epsom salts" Discussed on KOMO
"That cause swimmer's itch are multiplying get more live from komo's carleen johnson well if you've ever had it you know it's pretty miserable here this really bad at inches and you don't want to get it our partner station k ex y spoke with doctors at washington state university about the swimmer's itch parasite which isn't typically looking infect us they attached to waterfowl and snails but they will get onto human skin in the water sometimes especially later summer when the water gets warmer and it is not pleasant arash that conform up within minutes of being infected red pimples red bumps each parasite potential blisters it's going to hit something special k x wise hawk hammer who says the rash can last for a few days or even weeks and again not to make your skin crawl but each one of those bumps is an actual parasite so to prevent it they say wash off with a towel or rinse off right after you get out of the lake and avoid those lakes with known cases they often post signs epsom salt bads help if you do get it hydrocortisone creams that homemade water baking soda paste really helps sorry about that guys reporting live carleen johnson komo news six thirty eight right now a police standoff continues in mukilteo this morning komo's to these whitaker's at the scene were a man barricaded himself inside a whole i've heard them talking with net over bullhorn and using flash bangs trying to get his attention is called started glass as a domestic violence report a woman told police she was attacked with something sharp she went to the hospital i'm told with non life threatening injuries that accused of attacking her now holed up in this house father and son ranchers dwight and stephen hammond are back home in oregon two days after president trump pardon them for crimes on federal land since the first thing you to do now that you're home boy the hammonds were imprisoned for illegally killing deer and starting fires on federal land their imprisonment inspired the armed takeover and occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge the matt accused of pointing a green laser at commercial planes approaching seatac airport has pled guilty according to court documents michael mcintyre admitted pointing the lasers at planes of the evening of march thirteenth those beams can temporarily blind pilots mcintyre now faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a quarter million dollar fine he'll be sentenced in october in new york city a woman was caught on camera delivering an anti muslim rant on a bus in the video posted on youtube yesterday a woman who identified herself as ashley yells at a passenger who was wearing a headscarf ashley screams ice is here for you and also asks if the other passengers speaks english the bus was going from brooklyn to staten island komo news time six forty we had to our sports update and his by divorce lawyers for men tom hutler is here and it's all good news for the mariners right now former gonzaga star marco gonzalez retired the first ten batters face to became the first murder wind ten games this year gave up only two hits struck out four without issuing a walk and leads seattle to a three nothing whatever the angels manager scott service had plenty of praise for the lefty heckuva john gonzales go out there and club down and hitting the calf during in the fourth inning i didn't know how long it's going to stay in the game he didn't sit down the whole game using the padding cage running trying to keep it loose want you call up and down at titans up so exactly what we needed getting through seven innings tonight to it's awesome awesome also yesterday the banners all star contingent increased to four after shortstop jean cigar on the mlb final votes competition to get the last spot on the roster hill represent the club in washington dc along with nelson cruz mitch haniger edwin diaz world cup finals sunday croatia is in after beating england face france for the title and the seattle reign of the national women's soccer league got a one nil win over utah at memorial stadium sports at ten forty past the hour tom hutler on the home of the huskies komo news i know it's only baseball but to the mariner mariner front office put on a full court press marketing the jeans skirt or to the all star game probably political campaigns around the country looking at these.
"epsom salts" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"So there you go lilac talk here on the garden america what else do we have going here now one you have one or i've got one from wayne go for it go okay wayne here's john answering your question okay he says what do you recommend to use to fertilize fruit and citrus trees steaks or us jobs tomato pellets 'cause that's all that i had well we mentioned all the time the plants can't read see your fruit trees don't know that you put tomato pelivan they don't know that it was jobs either right so any kind of fertilizer is fine and then he says also epsom salts safety us on the line might be safe but there would be zero reason to ever use epsom salts on your lawn that i could think of salt and he said as a feed and a snail deterrent it's not really gonna deter snails as soon as you water it it's going to be gone it's going to wash off right and you water lawns and you cut lawns so i mean not even repellent work on lawns because you're constantly cutting it off and water if you want to soak your feet and epsom salt at the end of the day we recommend that and then throw the water i think he's asking if it's high in nitrogen has no nitrogen whatsoever epsom salts is magnesium sulfate and so it has self her and magnesium but no nitrogen at all i can't think of any reason to use okay magnesium sulphate or epsom salts which is the same thing if we have any rose growers out there listening to me they'll go yeah you need to put epsom salts on the beginning of the year to encourage basil breaks in a lot of rose growers do that i don't you've never done them might have done it maybe twenty twenty five years ago just.
"epsom salts" Discussed on Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman
"Where you float in a tank of a thousand pounds of epsom salts and you're weightless for an hour and a half and i really needed it so i did that and that was in a walk back to the house maybe two and a half hours tops of alone time text when you're out i text him and i'm like i own a text i'm trying to have now have a cup of tea on the couch afterwards at this place then i'm like they're closing i got to go i'm not done being alone yet i just like i felt like i like can't get my head above water and i'm looking forward to the walk home like released i have that too like just continue like my negative space and he's like i'm by you so all meet you unlike and then i'm walking and he's like oh i just passed you and i thought in the car unaware ride home i don't wanna get into machine i want to be alone and then he i hear joe and he's across the street on foot and i now have to walk home with him i love you but like dude he's like i just had concerned about you walking home alone it's fucking vancouver it's the safest we're in like a residential neighborhood that is like the safest place in the planet and like really like you're worried about me no needy mojo as i and i texted back before i knew your country i i really wanna be alone i'd like the walk alone i'm good look over there is can't get away.
"epsom salts" Discussed on Kicking and Screaming with Jenna and Bodhi Elfman
"Were you float in a tank of a thousand pounds of epsom salts and you're weightless for an hour and a half and i really needed it so i did that and that was going to walk back to the house maybe two and a half hours tops of alone time text when you're out i text him and i'm like i own a text i'm trying to have now have a cup of tea on the couch afterwards at this place then i'm like they're closing i got to go i'm not done being alone yet i just like i felt like i like can't get my head above water and i'm looking forward to the walk home like he released i have that too like just continue like my negative space and he's like i'm by you so all meet you unlike and then i'm walking and he's like oh i just passed you and i thought in the car i don't wanna ride home i don't wanna get into machine i want to be alone and then he i hear joe and he's across the street on foot and i now have to walk home with him i love you but like dude he's like i just had concerned about you walking home alone it's fucking vancouver it's the safest we're like a residential neighborhood that is like the safest place in the planet and like really like you're worried about me no needy mojo as i and i texted back before i knew your country i really wanna be alone i'd like the walk alone i'm good look over there is can't get away.