10 Burst results for "Erice"

"erice" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"erice" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Go I gue- subway after midnight. Forget it comedians and lower cars getting getting so. Let's see all right all right. All right dammit. Erice couldn't resist. A great joke couldn't do it. That's going to be the depth to make. The girl is just a dumb person so I think the mom knows what she's doing. She's trying to hurt the kid so I think the mom is a worse person. The the kid doesn't get it so who's just hits. The tits doesn't get who's more justified in using the N. word. I don't know if I know a justified me. Maar pick nick someone think wow that was definitely a black person officer uncomfortably now. Black people are funny. Actually we should get an. We should get a vote from a black person right behind a black person. Here I will shut the show down. What I've ever goal is not one of black people what's going on with this country? The Lewis this time issue caveman where you just take waitresses and Yell Willy. Nilly racial thing. You want black guys name thank.

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"erice" Discussed on Menopause Management

Menopause Management

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"erice" Discussed on Menopause Management

"Admit applause Barbie your menopause Taylor and if if you've been with me for any length of time you know that I've gone ecologist so I know about a lot more things than just pause anytime nine. A general gynecologic issue pertains to menopause it. Anyway I teach you about so you get to learn about all sorts of things that are not not strictly limited to MIDOPA's and one of those things that affects many women is fibroids so this podcast is as a tutorial on vibrance. Now you can. Well imagine that. There's more to fibroids than what I could cover in a single podcasts. So there will be three podcasts. On by breaks this one addresses what vibrant are. The next one will address the effective. Nah Pause aw on fibroids and a one after that will address your ability to take H.. Rt If you have five points so let's begin with the word fibroids oil fibroids of the uterus that reminds me when anonymous resident in obstetrics gynecology. We took care of a lot of indigent on educated and non English speaking haitian-us since I did my medical training in the largest medical center in the World Texas Medical Center. Meditations didn't understand the terms burbs that we used for things you know. We have our own language. fibroid uterus was one of the terms a lot of people didn't understand and since many of these women couldn't read or understand English they just interpreted our medical words as this could one one of the most common mis interpretations was fibroids of the uterus. So one day. The I had a patient who came in and said she had fireballs of the Eucharist. Now pretty good about my impatience and using their words to communicate with them. If they say I hurt down there all adopt the term down there to refer their genitalia or if they call their re there we we all call it the reef but this time I had to pause it and then eat hit me. She was repeating what she had heard says. The word fibroids Roy was unfamiliar and the Word Uterus was unfamiliar. She heard words with which she was familiar fireballs of the Eucharist or fibroids of the uterus. In any case gynecology encompasses a whole lot more gynecology hitting balls communication education skills psychology human relations. You name it so let's talk about five royds of the uterus now. Fiber words of uterus is not a medical term for what we're discussing today but you probably wish it were because the medical term is not an easy easy one to remember the term for fibroid uterus uterine lying on my own I can only imagine what my patient would have repeated. If she'd. I heard that that one is a difficult term for anybody. So you won't hear me say that I'll use the word fibers. Okay so what. What does the word fibroid sound like? It sounds like the word fibrous right fibers. And that's convenient. Because fi I broiled resemble fibrous tissue. So that's how they got their name. Libraries fibers could grow your uterus. And here's how that happens burns. Your uterus consists of two types of tissue muscular tissue and fibrous tissue. The muscular tissue is what enables your uterus to do what any other muscle can do. Eight can't relax. E can stretch and it can contract so it's like if you have play-doh it would represent the muscular tissue of your generous most of the time it's just hanging out relaxing but when you get pregnant it stretches imagined stretching the plateau to accommodate the growing baby. And what is time around liberty baby or needs to expel your period it can contract so it can squeeze down on itself your. You mustn't needs something to give it support. So it has fiber fiber is the same thing that supports plants. Have you ever wondered how it is that a plant can grow a word defying gravity. Well let's because it has fiber ever so fiber is like the skeleton for plant. It gives it support. Well your uterus. Yeah of fiber two. But it's more like little flakes like little flakes sprinkled throughout the uterine muscle. It's sprinkled all around. Yeah fibroid develops when a particle of that fibrous tissue starts growing rowing within the vascular tissue of your uterus and it starts out theory very tiny but but over time it grew slowly at it gets bigger and then it gets even bigger and it can keep growing growing. He much much bigger than you could ever imagine. He can get so big that it's much larger. You're in the uterus. So fibroids are masses of fibers tissue. That grow your uterus muscle. It's usually there isn't just one viper. They tend to occur in multiples. It's common to find sit say twelve fibroids in a single years now over time as multiple fibrous grow. Your uterus goes from looking like a perfectly shaped upside down pear to looking like a Now formed bulbous structure is completely irregular in shape and farmers are I usually white pearly balls of tissue and these white pearly Balza Tissue Distort the uterus. So it's completely irregular. It's much larger than it should be overall so when you have a normal uterus compared to to a foreigners vibrant uterus they usually vary in size rate. The fiber uterus can be namely many maybe maybe times times the size of the normal years. And we we designate. How large a fiber uteruses by comparing it to the size of a pregnancy Z.? So you might have fibers the size of a seven month pregnancy or a five-member. That's how do we do it in weeks not months. But that is how we adjust a designate size because your uterus could get back the now in a fiber uterus erice the fibers can be in various locations so a fiber it can be deep deep deep inside inside the uterus right box to uterine lining the inside the same Lonnie that you shed with your period a fiber can be that deep the your uterus a name for vibrant there is some hub use. A fiber can be right in the middle of the thick wall of the uterus. Your uterus wall is thick between the inside and the outside a fiber canoe blue right in the middle run it we call those fibroids. Intra Euro Euro Beats. It's wall so it's between the walls in two inside the wall intramural so if you speak other languages the word for wall off derives from the base were your and that's why intramural works for that kind of a vibrant or a fiber giving you the outside outer surface of your uterus far from the Internet and the nave those is sub Sarosa all and there's even one more kind of fiery fiber can dangle off the outer surface of the years ore Ore Dangled from the inner surface of your uterus. Ara Stock in that case. It looks like a mushroom. It's like gotTa Staw. Aw with a big bowl on the top of the stop any dangles either inside you discover outside of us and we have a name for those two they're called Documented Paddock pedicle documented. Comes from the Word Pinnacle. Now Walsh women who have fibroids have a variety bridie these. They usually have all those different kinds of fiber all the different locations so that their uterus looks kind of like light an alien thing. It's just got all these lumps of boxing. Big Ram balls white fibrous tissue all over rid. So it's just completely distorted. Now if you look at fiber years you would look at it and go. Holy cow it does that mean fibers or cancerous and the answer is no fiber. It's our bid by but they sure look bizarre. They're they're actually very very common to their present. In at least forty percent of women SOM- autopsy findings suggested their president. Didn't he pursued women. Happy happy to foreign. But they're very very rare before the age of twenty so happens happens between your twenties and you're forties to cost fibroids. You have periods the pregnancies. You will your periods.

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"erice" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"erice" Discussed on Busted Open

"I'm the one of the best tag team wrestlers in the history and I'd say Nope nope it's bobby okay. Are you like a-. Are you like an innovator of anything like can I say I call. Tommy innovator of violence is there anything like that. I could say no. You could just say daybreak records friend Jonathan. That's fine. That works all right. So David Greco his friend the one and only Jonathon Hood Man. Well how our the job with them. It's good to hear from you buddy. No I'm doing great and boy I tell you as as you and I as wrestling fans from way back going back to the territory Tori Day to where we are right now. I remember the call of the called in yesterday at a busted open. He was sixty six years old and he talked about how you watch wrestling during the time of Bruno San Martino and watched him as a kid to where we are right now he says is a great time to be a wrestling fan and it is a great time to be a wrestling fan. So I'm just I. I'm just happy that in two thousand nine hundred and we have so many other things besides the wwe. We have so many other things to talk about because when he was just one company it it became a little bit stagnant but now we could appear all the rest and companies across the country and around the world and as wrestling fan. I'm thrilled to be able to do that. And Jonathan. That's a really good point by you because you've referenced. The call from our show yesterday gentlemen like you said that was sixty six sane and of all the decades and all the years that he's watching pro wrestling wrestling. This is the best time to be a wrestling fan. And I kind of agree you know probably I would maybe go back to you know when we first started watching in the early eighties but if you look at what's going on right now with the wwe with a e w with new Japan pro wrestling and ring Avante are in impact wrestling. This is an amazing exciting time. And the and the resurgence of the NWS. What a wonderful time to be a wrestling fan? But honestly you wouldn't know it by reading social media and you wouldn't know it by some of the phone calls we get here on busted open. I'll know as as as a bus no open the nation member. I listened all the time so I know exactly what you're talking about. But here's the thing for me as a wrestling fan. I'm just concerned about what what I see on my screen. What I see on my tablet when I'm watching wrestling social media is not is not necessarily something? I'm looking at until after the shows those are done if I'm watching the NWEA in which. I'm watching every Tuesday. I'm enjoying that show for the hour. If I'm watching AL W I'm watching that show on sports for the hour and enjoying what I'm seeing see. Here's the thing that will never happen for me as a fan. That's been watching wrestling since. Nineteen seventy eight. One thing that I for sure outside influences Lawrence's will not make me think otherwise of a show that I'm watching they. You could read whatever you want but for me. I'm GonNa always have my feeling people. People can say whatever you want to social media. I will enjoy what I enjoy what wrestling the thing is. What's Today's wrestling fans for? Whatever reason Dave is that they're so oh focused on what wrestling writers are saying? So focused on what other fans are saying to try to kind of twist and turn their opinion. Know your opinions your opinion. You don't worry about what someone else's thinking you're about what you enjoy the wrestling fan. But here's the thing. Jonathan you just said you've been watching wrestling since the late seventies so I think you're added to in your love and your passion for pro. Wrestling is very very different than somebody. Who may be in their twenties or maybe watching wrestling for for the first time Bryan Alvarez who has a new book called a hundred things? WWe Fans should know and do before they die And he's he's obviously works with Dave Meltzer. He is a part of wrestling observer. They have dave kind of changed the culture on how people watch pro wrestling. Maybe in a way you can talk about you know. Busted Open has changed the culture on how people watch pro wrestling. I think when you look at that right now until like when we were growing up it's people watch it in a completely different way. Our information on wrestling was the wrestling magazines. And you know those magazines were not shoot see. There's a difference right there right when you're coming up we're going to the magazine stands and we're looking at rustling I I or giving those Those after Max back in the day we were entertained by the posters in the information that was in there even though a lot of it was not not real but it was just entertaining now so many wrestling fans are concerned about the business of the wrestling business and to me. It's really about. Hey here's what's going on the ring winging. Here's the presentation of the match. Here's a presentation of the show. Do I like it. Thumbs up brick dumbs down. We get so concerned about ratings now and listen. That's one to talk about but we can't be consumed about it as a wrestling fan that well since this show didn't win this Wednesday night. That means that I should watch this show or this show sucks. Well No oh no you enjoy what you would enjoy. We can't get caught up in newsletters and and what is being said online to shape or opinion as wrestling fans. I think that yes. It is a different era but I think at the same time we should be able to just enjoy what we see in the ring and enjoy the shows shows now Jonathan for people who don't know you're also a sports talk host. Do you work also a little bit with. NBA Radio here on Sirius. Xm You host host on ESPN Chicago. We'll talk about all sports. As a matter of fact you are covering the bears cowboys game last night. So you know this better than anybody. Is this just with when it comes to progressing or is this sports. Talk in general because it seems like even when it's whether it's the NBA whether it's an NFL or Major League baseball a lot of times people are more concerned about what's going on off the field than what's actually going on on the field. Well put it this way. I've never taken a phone call already here in the NBA season about how the ratings are down in the NBA because ratings are down to the NBA. So I haven't taken a call about at that but we do take calls on wrestling content about ratings and we talk about attendance and the thing that pisses you off like pisses me off. Is that you go to a time line and you see someone taking a picture of empty seats in a raw pas. The shit out of me that does that does nothing for me as a wrestling fan and by the way a a lot more times than not those pictures of empty seats is some of those. Sections are cordoned off about for television. And so they want to be able to embarrass Erice an organization by saying look at all these empty seats. This is not so you shouldn't be interested in it. And that we talked about shaping the way rustling fans look at things they look at that that pitcher and say well. Maybe that's not interesting so look at look at the the ratings for the NFL the ratings for the NBA Major League Baseball and in the issues is there as far as attendance in ratings in the regular season fans on talk about that. I've never taken a call about that. People don't tweet me about that but at wrestling here in the sport that we love and wrestling. That's always a conversation. It's not just the in ring is not just how show can get better. It's about numbers and again that's the multiplication multiplication of the wrestling twenty nineteen. All right so let's get to the bottom of it because I think this is an interesting conversation because like you said it when it came to a head yesterday with bullying with some of the phone calls there seems to be like wwe loyalists that only care about the wwe and hate on a w and then our fans ends at our age w loyalists and you know what they hate everything that's wwe. How did this start? How did this culture start now? I can't can't really blame it on one person because you like you said the The Day MELTZER and Dave Meltzer. And you know what he's been doing. He's been doing that for decades you you know. He's been D- newsletter is been around for a very very long time so what is the justification. What is the foundation? How did this start and one I? I just think it's the social media aspect right like okay. So when we were wrestling fans in the in the late seventies you and I in the in the early eighties watching wrestling thing it. Alex asked the question if there was twitter. Would we be talking. We have talked about this on social media back then probably so but maybe not as what what is much vitriol. But here's the difference back then. We respected the sport for what it was watching it because it was entertaining and it wasn't like friends of mine at least not in my circle. Were saying well the WWF sucks. And I like the way no everyone because you know why because if you remember back in the day they had all these rustling blocks WWF NWEA AWA and you'd see wrestling for like six or seven hours hours on a on a syndicated television show so it wasn't like it sucked you just like you do is different and it was entertaining but but no one was saying out loud. This vis absolutely sucks. I'm not GonNa Watch you know I. I don't know if social media was back then that I'd be saying that on social media in the eighties if he was around why. Yeah but here's the thing Jonathan doing busted open for over ten years so fertile longest time. WWe dominated I know there was TNA TNA Kinda Anna. You Know Pete a little bit of a dent in pro wrestling and they did their rating and they they had some good live attendance and some good shows than any other. Hey by the way they have their numbers were TNA is what you see on smackdown now from a number stay. Yeah if you if you look at it. Bully talks about that a lot they they they nee- ear two million when they when they were on Spike TV and I know that was a different era and things have really changed in the way fans consume pro wrestling has definitely changed change but but but people wanted something different from the wwe. They were kind of tired of the same old same old and now they're getting it and they seem to be unhappy like like I'm not telling people to turn off the wwe. I'm not I'm not on people to stop watching the wwe but what's wrong with watching coaching. MSW OR A E W or new Japan or are away. It's like I don't understand why everybody has to pick aside and has. Did this start with the Monday night. Wars with the Monday night wars. I guess there was the WWe fans against a WCW fences and everybody wanted that. War again is that what's now been created in two thousand and nineteen so you just you just hit it right there my friend you hit it right there because of money like wars made you choose you. Just sit right there because you had a choice of you can back in the day you could vis a VCR tape one and watch the other. You maybe didn't can watch both at the same time but you hit it right there the Monday night wars made you choose. WCW or the WWF. At the time you had to choose one or the other because think about that before that before that you just watch casually which you want it. But Vince McMahon as well as Eric Bischoff in that battle told you that hey you may like wrestling as long as a whole but you got to choose one of the other shoes us because we are the band of of of crazy performers and for WCW W. W. WWF was like. Hey you know what were the attitude era. We have changed so I think that right there. The line was drawn in the sand with that those Monday night. Awards of course EC W part of that as well now. We can't forget about them that even though it is about Monday night wars is also about e C. W as well a choose US look for your on syndicated television. 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"erice" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"erice" Discussed on Before the Millions

"This'll be a business at or tool One Hack that I really like is is just an APP that I use lot called. Vox V. O.. X. Er and that's just a great voice messaging gap And I find that has made us a lot more efficient over the years Russell Brunson the founder of click funnels. Got Me into it and That that's been a really good hack but you know there's another hack If you if you can afford it join mastermind group of professional mastermind group. If you can't afford it go to conferences or create your own mastermind group. This hack you gotTa do okay. It might be free three okay. It might not be free. It might be depending on how you approach it but you gotTa get around people that are smarter than you. That are doing more than you. That are making more money even you. You want to be the poorest guy in the room. Okay you want to be the dumbest guy in the room If possible because when you're the smartest guy in the room you're not can learn much when you're the richest guy in the room you're GONNA learn much okay And you know guys interchangeable for Gal. I don't mean gender bias here okay. It's it's just an expression but yeah you gotTa get around people that are doing bigger things than you are and Jim Rome. One of my first four mentors he said your income will be the average of the five people you spend most of your time with and look when I was when I was poor. I didn't have access to rich people. Okay what I did though is I spent time if you will with people by listening to their audio cassettes and reading their books and and back then they were audio cassettes now an MP three file but you know you know just get around those people. Maybe it's virtually maybe you're not really going to know them in real life you can have virtual mentors by just be listening to good podcast and Finding those great mentors like I've talked about what what what is it about box making more as low as well first off. Yeah good good voice. Communication is is a much better form of communication than email or text. I think in the last twenty five years. Communication has just gone down the tubes because people don't talk enough. We were built to talk. We were created to talk writing. Came much later. It has its place near only really two reasons to write things To preserve the things for the record or for posterity or for legal purposes or to To communicate highly technical things okay otherwise otherwise think about how much more data there isn't a voice communication than We've all misinterpreted things posted on social media or in in an email or text message friendships have ended over this thing thing where I bet you if people were actually talking that misinterpretation wouldn't have occurred Because there's just a lot more data in a voice communication the tone pace The small innuendo right that you just don't get from texts. What did you enjoy most about the way you're my style is currently well? You know I know that anytime I can just quit. I know because I don't have to work so so that's great but I have to tell you you know I'm not You know I had dinner with Tim Ferriss about a year and a half ago in Austin Texas and it was literally a four hour dinner. I kid you not. It was a four hour dinner and a one hour desert. Okay okay so you know. He wrote the four hour. workweek of the four hour body in four hundred chess. Dinner was four hours. You know it's kind of funny but it worked out that way but Tim Ferriss. Erice never really worked a four hour workweek okay that was sits marketing. It's marketing okay. He he tested that name. It was a good name that resonated. Okay so Tim Ferriss works a lot. Okay I work a lot too. But that's because I have a mission I WANNA do I don't have have to do it I just really in into this consumer advocacy mission that I'm all about and And so so that's why I work so so you know I'm not gonNa tell you that I like you know don't work and You know live the laptop lifestyle. I don't I I work pretty much every day. I mean I do travel a lot new stuff but you know I I I you know five days a week like normal people. I don't have to do it but you know I I'm into a lot of stuff you know. I WANNA do a lot of things and show business is Kinda my hobby. I love of one of my favorite quotes from Seth. Godin was one day he was on us at a resort navigational orbits like he's working right in a behavior walk Edson in case at work on his response insolence. Why do you feel as though you have you need? And we're doing exactly what we're doing right now Jason. Like I'm working is working I. I'm having a lasso. Skulls back soon my son line even how we've been able to create that because we have nothing the difference. Yeah what were the sacrifices they had to work millions that oh I made tons of sacrifices I you now just stuff that I didn't get to do that You know my friends are out doing that. I'm not doing because You know mom I'm working and they're not so you know sometimes that's that's There are lots of sacrifices. You know you you have things that you worry about an and Problems that occur and People that just Kinda sometimes go south on you and kind of go a little nuts really that you deal with and people people rip you off and You know sometimes you gotta Sue them and not you know I think. That's that's part of the price of admission. I mean you have to hold people accountable. There are bad people people out there and you know the the You know there. There's this quote that says something. Ah All that's necessary for evil to flourish is for good people to do nothing right and you have a duty to hold people accountable for their actions if you if you get in business with a Karuk and you don't hold them accountable. They're just GONNA go cheat the next person okay so that that's charity work. Okay Holding Crooks accountable and exposing them charity work and you gotTa do it. You know And maybe you can't do it because you're at the position in life where you know you have an achieve of success and you don't have the money to do that or the resources and you can't but if you have achieved that success and you have those resources you gotta use them a duty eight to the world attitude to society to get there. You just gave me a for Sunday and I never thought of it that You know I've been in business people people who haven't been reputable or at all in no sometimes better go by the wayside unlike him. That's not my responsibility to to you. Know to to Patroller Monitor. These people go access on it with the US down for me. It's worse ignored like you want to. It's your civic deleted service to make sure that these people who don't continue down this happen in caused unfortunate situation trying to love that Who who was essential zero before the millions? And why will this four mentors talked about. I'd say would be the big ones in you. Know you might the ad the fifth one which was Ogden. Dino let eleven last night lease why do you think so. Many of us are stuck before the millions given that. Yeah you know I think a lot of people just Have A worldview. That doesn't let them see this stuff. The only place they they see successes maybe on television but they need to actually see it in real life and they need. It's important if at all possible to get around people that are doing more than you. You know I remember years ago when I joined Young Entrepreneurs Organization and you know I thought I had good growing business and I was doing pretty well but then I walk into this meeting. And there's these kids that are my age that are doing much bigger things than I'm doing and then it became like something I could perceive and I I don't know how to say this right but you know I kind of thought. Well this is just a regular person but yet here he or she are are very successful. And I'm not that successful. I'm just a regular person. They're nothing special there just a person that does a few things a little differently elite. I do. Maybe they're just have bigger thinking. And you know when you realize that that's pretty powerful and you know you can do that through a mastermind group. He you could meet people conferences through connections networking family. Whatever but it got to get around some people that are more successful than your amazing again? Thank you for your duty for getting microphone. Little.

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"erice" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"erice" Discussed on Triangulation

"<hes> and companies themselves competing trial for big back bug bounties. Did you ever consider that as a way of making a living. It's not not really like if i find something interesting. I'll report it and sometimes get a bounty but <hes> you know i i feel feel like i like doing defense what braves interesting and so i just hope you are anti playing defense over offense <hes> yeah i. I think they both have a place but <hes> i'm. I'm interested in doing whatever kind of like pushes the internet towards a more secure state is so a ah. What's the motivation for you is it intellectual is the pleasure of discovering and fixing and <hes> this kind of stuff or is it or you have a higher motivation trying to make the world a better place. What is it motivates you yeah. I mean i think at the top high level motivation it's the i don't want to spend my time working for accompany even if they're doing super technically interesting work like i just have no interest in working there if i don't feel like i believe in their mission <hes> because that's how people get burnt out as they say like oh. I'm spending all my time which is so valuable because you never get your time back <hes> doing something that i don't really really care about so yeah. I think <hes> that's part of it and another one is like i've feel i only want to work on open open source software most of the time on saving it's important for people to be able to inspect source code and know what's going on and also <hes> you you have the freedom to fork repository and played with it. You don't see yourself an acute form typing away on database slogging code well. I mean those jobs have the rable. Somebody's gonna be working out towards emissions. Is your at least source. Where did you get crypt as a handle. Oh my god <hes> this was so join twitter actually pretty late. I wasn't really the active on it until two thousand fourteen but <hes> so bucur this hash function. I think i'd be embarrassed if i was wrong but i think invented by david maslow's erice <hes> and so <hes> i was working on secure drop at the time which is this project for helping whistle blowers anonymously make submissions to journalists still very widely used by the press <hes>. It's a really great thing to have because you need a way whistleblowers whistle blowers can safely blow their whistle exactly yeah and so <hes> long story short we were working on something and buke ripped upped came up as the hashing function <hes> and at the same time i was like i need a twitter handle so i just take him so. That's that's how i got. It and i love your motto born too late to explore the earth to explore the galaxy board just in time to browse dank names. I feel we're talking to yang ju. She is be crypt also a zouqi on soundcloud a d._j. A hacker her and <hes> a security expert sees oh right now at brave which is my one of my favorite browsers out there between brave and and and fire fox. There's no need for anything else. <hes> just about toy browser saw do us tour <hes>. I used four tabs and brave because that's actually something we added. Told me about your yeah so <hes>. This is like incognito on steroids exactly yeah. It's supposed supposed to be super incognito mode..

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"erice" Discussed on Public Comment

Public Comment

14:11 min | 1 year ago

"erice" Discussed on Public Comment

"Aspects have the problematic tendency of leading behind those of great ambition. I have seen outright plagiarists receive more attention and sympathy in academia and the most and those with the most integrity and who are most ambitious driven. I've seen people bend over backwards to admit students into university with disturbingly low g._p._a.'s while those with either higher g._p._a.'s in critical thinking skills are blatantly disrespected by the higher ups in higher. Ed added administration backed. I had seen outright liars spread live writ others nudity lies and you get the special treatment while the truth tellers have their intelligence is insulted because it's the poised thing to do not that. I have a problem with boys but again. There is a bit of a cultural problem. The intellectuals are not really appreciated as much as they ought to be. Endure surprised i can hear a friend of mine thinking but on his much perpetrator here as others frankly. I've been excessive with myself deprecation as an intellectual when i applied to graduate schools not tell them what i really thought in my statements purpose at least not entirely i focused on my achievements my nose basic writing interests and why i wanted so much to study under the brilliant professors in how much i was in love bob this university's ethos that universities ethos i was at least it was my perception of ethos not necessarily an actual it goes to the extent of such a thing really exists quote a soul worrying being about doing well straining and tensely drawn towards its purpose is held at bay like water which which cannot find its way through the narrow neck of an open gutter because of the violent pressure overflowing abundance montaigne montaigne from the complete essays page thirty nine on a ready or hesitant delivery so true. Let me give you the perfect example of how my trying way too hard to self promote my genius and make myself rijn famous caused a problem. There's a typo in the email. I sent to the editor of the new york times op-ed page james bennett essentially email because well. I'm vision to attractive scenarios. One one is the back on my essays may be he might even alike them. Share them with someone. Maybe so we begin to tale of my increased priest readership than enough of my podcasts downloaded that advertisers would start paying me and i could finally convert this second gig into my full time occupation number two mr bennett thinks could contribute something of value to the new york times but my name forward for writing job there. Do i think i could contribute attribute something of value to the new york times or vox media or thrive global. The latter two are other media organizations. I recently reached out to there are episodes in time. When i feel convinced i can and visualize working at each at these organizations especially because first of all each offers pieces of ethos war sensiti does us or what i may think of to be an impressive ethos. I have already told you my poor judgment. I think on this matter if only touch the two implicitly this is certainly the case politically with respect to the new york times. The doesn't make me exceptional. Were then for that matter. There is more than a little cluster of liberal writers. Who would i imagine the confidence just love to write for the new york times with <hes> who have more political governmental or professional media experience. I have not that a bias against myself south because of my background from certain super desha points of view being more humble than those with names of flashy universities -versities and media organizations i might consider to have flashing names uh-huh for example even dancing the notion of getting an m._f._a. From columbia university but anyway this is my point. I really do strive live by the principle of a reasonable degree of open-mindedness objectively one something which for example i thought was not so smart on the part of the new yorker and no disrespect to them is that they say they do not consider unsolicited content. Now i realize the spurs them the overwhelming needs or read through submissions and pitches from everyone in their mother and theory but it also means means they are closed off to potentially powerful contributions and who is capable of reading all of his or her email anyway way. I get it but i think it is a smart investment in general to always keep ourselves open to that which does not come at us from this or that conventional route is this note paramount to critical thought but back to the new york times and no they're not the only glamorous liberal publication. What is my my favorite thing about the paper. I hope that will not offend the papers other writers if i reference thomas bee at sell charles blow and brad stevens and they're the writers at young those personal connection to each for different reasons in the case of et sell it is pure style. I like i was articles are longer. The average newspaper article in contrast to the washington post's george will who despite his politics i also enjoy aesthetically stylistically who could finds himself to about seven hundred fifty words per article. I also enjoy mr ed cells use of block quotes which give me a feel of of nixon sort of scholarly or academic voice with a journalistic one when an occurred to me this weekend that i didn't follow him on twitter. I quickly changed that charles blow and brad stevens both won me over very specifically by articles. They wrote in the case of charleston blow. I think he is brilliant that cutting to the chase thing exactly what must be set in a given situation there is a courage in his writing to say what others might deem to radical what martin luther king junior described as quote taking the tranquilising drug of gradualism close quote during the infamous helsinki press conference between putin and trump last year when the word treason was uttered by only the most daring within the mainstream media charlton blow was among he wrote quote trump should be directing all resources at his disposal to punish russia for the attacks on our elections to prevent and future ones but he is not america's commander wants to be chummy with the enemy who committed the crime shrout is more concerned with protecting his presidency. I am validating his election then he is in protecting this country. This is an incredible unprecedented moment. America is being betrayed by its own president. America is under attack and it's president absolutely refuses to bend it. Trump is a traitor and and may well be treasonous close quote he said sickly and rather precisely he dared hard to flirt with a t word treason or treasonous which those who might want to be more like by the crowd refrained from guarantee news. Oh yes he wins my respect. He demonstrates a certain independence of thought as brad stevens. He won me over when he wrote quote gun. Ownership should never be outlawed just as it isn't outlawed in britain or australia but it doesn't need a blanket constitutional constitutional protection either here at this in his october fifth two thousand seventeen article repeal the second amendment another fine example example of independent thinking though he is a conservative and the conservatives are supposed to be tight about the second amendment he dares to think otherwise there appears to be a standard of intellectual judgment at the new york times which i would argues logical especially articulate and trustworthy and pays tribute to degree of independent thinking which can be hard to find especially in mainstream media regardless of one's political point of view then there is box media as i wrote in my second letter under of interest to vox quote i note that when it comes to providing the public with information pertaining to politics and policy of the day vox is unequivocally among the best media organizations worldwide explaining today's affairs with more thoroughness and extensive nece than virtually any any other media group out there and this is a conviction. I've held about vox for some time now back in january of this year in fact i wrote wrote an email to ms darah lind thanking her for her exceptional article. What's actually happening at the u._s. Mexico border explained just over a week ago. I relied on articles by german lopez endless zoo on details. Concerning kamala harris is controversial record as attorney general california and seemingly changing views on medical care for all from my podcast public comment since i do consistently refer to vox walks for my research. I think it'd be amazing if i could work more directly with those writing about and reporting on what i care so much about as well close quote my traction to another media organization. Thrive global has intensified increasingly as well. I was so very straightforward about this us. I was also very straightforward about this in my cover letter to them for open social media manager position i wrote quote thrive global output speaks directly to my conscience and fundamental ethical principles my why for living as i believe the very purpose of human life is to thrive you speak in your video on your workplace culture about another value mine that a person cannot possibly thrive without showing compassion for others and communicating with directness close quote alas learned when applying for the creative writing and that they program at the university of new hampshire and university of maryland that espousing ones tractions when apparent ethos is not to be confused with ultimately smedley defeating the competition for this or that role within their community and demonstrating how you align as specifically as possible with what they are looking for for of the ethos at the university of new hampshire which i ultimately would not have attended anyway so i found myself being capable couple of moving too far away from my mother and stepfather and from manhattan i wrote in my statement of purpose the boeing quote i find in the voice of the poets who teach at the university of new hampshire a refreshing non pretentious honesty and a sense of a conscience and empathy qualities. I want my poems to assess. I think for example of professor mcbride poem jimmy jesus and the japanese beetles. She writes if someone named jimmy wanting someone to see him for who he really is. I love the power of this line relate to it as it incites thoughts on the writing of his thurs erice statement of purpose and all the anxiety i feel hoping i say the right things when in fact beyond my anxiety is my desire to take his opportunity for you to see me as i really am i think also a line from professor regards poem chosen when he writes nate for nudity pretty not opulence this reminds me of professor mcbride sentiment in appreciation for being honest and straightforward not needing to make oneself look so much better than others and shows me signs those beautiful effects which i fancy the possibility of interacting with.

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"erice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"erice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"K all right? More travelers weather. Just ahead things. Get a little busier today. Travel wise around the country, it is America's trucking network. Have you been dreaming that new house or remodeling project? Then come see the dream facilitators Bank of Clarke county fest in the area dreams will fill daily. Let's make it happen housing. Linda. Member FDIC. Erice? Traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL jelly Cincinnati. Sri Lanka mourns, and they say there were warnings with the four thirty report. I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now, but it comes the Easter Sunday bombings of churches in hotels in Sri Lanka. There were warnings. That went unaccounted for now know that the government had received a warning about possible attacks on churches. No, the vague warning about terrorism in this country, specifically about attacks being carried out on churches and just get one. Warning, it won't multiple notes written to different parts of the government. Here about the possibility of an attack ABC's James Longman, the bombings have claimed three hundred ten lives today is a day of mourning in the country. Now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl. Increase and rain chances will return later on the Saturday and the high today ends up at seventy four so isolated to scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will be on the radar from about two two seven before fading tonight, mostly cloudy down to forty nine staying mostly cloudy on Wednesday high school touches well to sixty nine degrees from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch. Mark NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w shows a clear sky. It's fifty four degrees city. Police will look to crack down.

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"erice" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"erice" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Said girl, let me pull over the saddle road. Stumping for Republican Brian camp. Vice President Mike Pence macho breads one of Abrahams liberal friends Ryan camps getting the support of all kinds of hard work and good people all across Georgia and Stacey Abrams being bankrolled by by Hollywood liberals. You can Google at workers are not happy with the company's response to me to issue. CBS's? Kris Martinez with more employees poured out of Google offices around the world to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct. I think it's two thousand eighteen now, and it's high time that the stops in both Chicago and New York workers filed into the streets demanding more transparency and the company's handling of sexual harassment complaints and an end to forced arbitration, which prevents employers from taking their cases to court State Department. Spokeswoman Heather Nauert could become the next UN ambassador. But President Trump said decision will come next week. Serious consideration. She's been with us a long time. She's been a supporter for a long time. And she's really excellent. So she's under very serious. We'll probably make a decision next week Robert Bowers was in court today, pleading not guilty to killing eleven people in a Pittsburgh synagogue. Katie K, a Shelby Cassese was there walked in. He was not using a wheelchair. He had a short sleeve Rudd prison jumpsuit on and you could see bandages sticking out of his left arm on Wall Street today. The Dow gained two hundred sixty four points, NASDAQ rose one twenty eight this is CBS news to experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Donna here. Do you want your cigarettes to have a little note reminding you they're going to kill you every time you take a puff? Let's talk after Laura's news is partly cloudy. Fifty one degrees said five three the hour's top story. I halloween's party near the u of m campus turned tragic early this morning after a young woman fell to her death university of Saint Thomas from the student killed was nineteen year old joy a Simpson. A first year student from bayside, California, Minneapolis assistant, fire chief Brian Tyner says Simpson fell from a terrace on the tenth floor at the bayside apartments near the u of m campus in that roof million with the building. I don't know if it's the top floor. I do know that there is an area there that the residents can use for, you know, the entertainer for different cultures grilling and things like that Tyner says Simpson was at a Halloween party. When she fell over the railing Tanner says there was drinking at the party. But he's not clear if Simpson was participating and no one told fire crews exactly how she fell over. Don't believe is being. Investigated as a crime at this point. I think is. I think we think is probably was an accident. An accidental for Minneapolis. Police are investigating the case Simpson was studying business here at the university of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul Edgar Erice WCC. Oh, two and a half weeks after she disappeared. The search for missing western Wisconsin, teenager, Jamie classes, being scaled down officials believe she was abducted after her parents were gunned down in their home and Barron. The reward in the case now up to fifty thousand dollars students at Catholic high schools across the twin cities wore hill Murray. Green today in support of senior Zack's Erin Bensky who suffered a brain injury and collapsed during a football game last weekend. As special service was held for him at hill Murray today, we're WCTC reports. Zach sister Becca addressed the student body. I wanted to share this with you guys moments ago. Oh, you're here praying. Sorry. My dad texted Willy's, mom, and the doctors removed the breathing tube. That's not a coincidence. He can feel you guys ring for. A go fund me account has been created to help the family with medical expenses. A big decision from the Minnesota DNR today on a proposed copper nickel mine in northeastern. Minnesota. Paulie met mining is one step closer to constructing its north Matt mining project in northeastern Minnesota near Hoyt lakes. The company says it can operate the proposed mind without harming the environment while creating hundreds of badly needed jobs on the iron range, but environmentalists argue the mind will pollute pristine waters of lake superior. Paula Maccabi is an attorney for the environmental group. Water legacy. DNR did not choose to let an impartial and objective fact finder look at the facts and a law and science and see whether Minnesota should really be proceeding with stuff like binding in the vulnerable watersheds of lake superior the project still needs approvals by other agencies, Susie Jones, WCC, Minneapolis mayor. Jacob Friday announcing today that he'll reappoint police chief. Daria era, Dondo for a full three year term Erdo is currently serving the remainder of the term vacated by former chief Jay Harto who resigned last year. The full city council will have to confirm era, Don does nomination and with election day just a few days away. Hennepin county is seeing an unprecedented turnout of early voters so much so that elections manager. Ginny Gallup says it feels more like a presidential election than a midterm election this year. WBZ news time is five six for more on these and other stories go to WDC radio dot com. Traffic and weather together coming up. Place.

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"erice" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"erice" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Boy here on the. Text line Kate call someone who is actively participated the downfall of. This country in American hero never wished any harmonium we cannot call him a hero media praising John McCain. After his death during the feuds with, Donald Trump when he ran a few years ago All they caught him was a demon And this may be as maker. Can forgive John for John. McCain sins I cannot really my? Goodness what are his sins and getting? Can you help me out with this This is bizarre the. Guy's dead so you're going to? Carry something against this guy who's dead Oh my goodness I just hate when a spiteful. Hate-filled person dies. He becomes hero there's a reason they're no medals for destroying two fighter jets or working for the enemy trading jet. Fighters against us I was there in. The, sixties already What. Else do we. Have here there are others we may come back to these we may not I don't know at this point again. I want to remind you coming up Eleven o'clock. There was supposed to be news. Conference on trade. And I wanted to tell you. What, I do know about this trade situation As reported. By business insider the US and Mexico struck an, agreement on key parts of NAFTA moving a step closer to reshaping this deal The deal retool rules regarding auto manufacturing And I mentioned this a few days ago Canada's still has to agree to new guidelines and the trio must reach agreements on a handful of outstanding issues before they can reach, a deal on a final NAFTA negotiation but we do know the US and Mexico, of reached agreement on elements of NAFTA and this. Is a significant step. Reshaping this deal according to multiple reports two sides came to agreement after five furious weeks of negotiations on key issues regarding automobiles and more Walking in negotiations on Monday Mexico's economy minister said a deal was close there's one more important item Mexico's trade Representative stayed through. The weekend or the hash out the remaining details the. Agreement and a formal announcement is expected today here are some of the issues that were to go she added a US push to increase the percentage of a car that had to be sourced from a NAFTA nation to move freely across the border of three NAFTA. Nations that percentage will be increased to seventy five percent from the current? Sixty two, point five percent how in the world do you come up with a figure like. Sixty two point five percent Only a bureaucrat could? Come up, with that Threshold for the amount. Of the manufacturing process that must be performed auto workers making sixteen dollars an hour or more Mexican cars and trucks that do not meet the new rules. Will be assessed a two point five percent tariff So again This is what is going to take. Place today the news conference at, eleven o'clock and we will carry a carry it live. Right here so I hope that you stick around in order for us to share that with you and have some discussion about what we've learned in addition to what I just shared. With you Something else that happened on Friday that I definitely think is great news I've been wanting somebody to do this for the longest time and Donald Trump has stepped up to the plate to do so by the way we need to create a sounder or some sort. Of alert when because so many people have you. Just hate Donald Trump you never have anything nice to say about him Well here's another. Example of how this is pure myth and nonsense Because again I'm, praising the president on something positive he is doing in this case slashing more than. Two, hundred million dollars of taxpayer funded aid to the Palestinian Authority Can I just, interject by the way I would love. For us to withdraw money completely, from the Palestinian Authority we should not give them a darn dime these are terrorists Period Nonetheless I'm thankful for this step slashing two hundred million This comes after the, president ordered a review of the funds back in January the money which was to, be used. For general services like healthcare and education stat frozen sin Trump's since Trump said he wanted to ensure the money was not being used to fund terrorism while the same time providing. American, taxpayers with a retirement and return on their investment Here's the statement from the State Department at the direction of President Trump undertaking a review of US assistance the Palestinian Authority and in the West Bank and Gaza to ensure these funds. Are spending accordance with US national interests and provide value to that the taxpayer, as a result of this review at the direction of the president we will redirect, more than. Two hundred million dollars originally planned for programs the West Bank and Gaza terrorism in the Gaza Strip perpetuated by HAMAs played a role in this decision according to the government will This decision takes into account the challenges the international community faces in providing assistance in Gaza were HAMAs control endangers the lives of Gaza citizens and degrades and already dire humanitarian economic situation A senior US official who. Spoke to the Washington free beacon confirmed mosses role in recent unrest in the region contributed to the, decision indeed one of the government's. Biggest complaints with Palestine is the fact, Palestinian government the governing body pays the families of Palestinian terrorists killed, injured or jailed in terrorist attacks on Israel they've been doing this for years By the, way a member of the PLO Executive committee characterized the move as the. Use of cheap, blackmail as a political tool I mean these people really have a lot of nerve don't you think The. Palestinian people leadership will not be intimidated and we'll not. Succumb. To coercion the rights of the Palestinian people are not. For sale, okay why don't we take the rest of. The money away There's no glory in constantly. Bullying. And punishing people under occupation my goodness this is crap The US administrations already demonstrated meanness of spirit and it's. Collusion there's. That word again Collusion with the. Israeli occupation it's deft of land, and resources now it's exercising economic meanness by punishing the Palestinian. Victims of this occupation And now the State Department says will? Work with congress to redirect those. Funds to other policy priorities good it's. About freaking time wouldn't you say We have a little bit under a. Minute. To go to a. Quick call gene Gene we'll. Give you about a minute before we have to go to break. Here Michelle Bachmann I have a lot of respect for she's a woman of. Courage Do you. Know how John McCain, and Lindsey Graham creator oh yes. I do I'm familiar anymore. And, the, music fix you want that guy Anthony the calls him Bobby Mack they play. A special. Pay him what he calls in I'm. Somewhat familiar with that yes Erice Bobby it. Bag The, Anthony alert call well. You can use, that I have a I have a. Good Trump. Message here Okay Yeah Say, well it's an, idea we'll we'll consider that. Gene do appreciate your call at interestingly. Enough I don't know why it's taking so. Long we've actually got some people wanting to talk about this McCain is you pay on the line and we will take a couple of your calls coming. Up and, again a reminder NAFTA a special announcement on this coming up from the president just minutes. Away This is the Vince Coakley.

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"erice" Discussed on Latest in Paleo

Latest in Paleo

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"erice" Discussed on Latest in Paleo

"And then let's look at this another way okay you've already walked through the door you've already been smelling the donuts rolling out of the deep prior the bright lights are already shining in your eyes in your mouth is already watering from the jelly doughnuts right and when you see the littlest erice connects to the word strawberry on the name plate you're just gonna turn around and walk right of the store right i mean come on this is this is just ridiculous this is the kind of thing that makes a total mockery of the importance of labeling to say that this scenario is robbing customers of health benefits is borderline insane shall we talk about the vegetable oil the advanced like he shen end products the sugar of course know i mean and if there is a study that shows eating a couple of raspberries or blueberries along with your fried dobol filled with sugar syrup would actually make any difference whatsoever in the overall health effect of that product i'd like to see it i mean it wouldn't hurt don't get me wrong sure but is there really any meaningful difference there because even if they did use real raspberries it you know a the sign or the label would not indicate how much of it was real raspberry merck it'd be one raspberry in the whole dozen now if you were to reverse those proportions and say eat a giant bowl of blueberries and a small bit of high quality pastry along with it sure you're not going to negate the health benefits of those berries but this is like saying if you poor little processed kill juice into your cocacola you're going to reap the long list of benefits from each nutrient that's inside kale.