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"fischer" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Makes them ever blocks so wait. You actually use giant legos. So there's a company called the ever blog and they decided to make these giant legos that are like printed or molded. they actually don't know who their target audiences they're selling the mainly companies showing the How built cubicles there a marketing at his house. Hacking maybe have a giant loft apartments anti floor. Plan to take these legos. You can redesign the rooms to whatever's wherever you want the even have modular like doors that are full very kind of a maybe a japanese taipa simplistic door system. That's a really cool solution and not have to worry about tearing down walls or anything. I mean it's not perfect. Because then i'm sure you don't really get the soundproofing or are things like that. That would increase privacy. But i mean it looks like a very easy way to do. Things absolutely had these legos. insolation between the barriers. You've acoustic panels. There's a lot of review. Do a modular options. I printed out and the benefit of lake ever watched us down again. We're not Walk is being able to take them with you. Say decided to become how soccer. And you're gonna use these over thirty years. Theoretically they shouldn't deteriorate or having issues that if you need to re size rooms so if you wanna have one giant space and the next day just redesign you can The cost now. I think i've calculated it would be thousands of dollars instead of hundreds if you just go to home depot and you're trying to divide a room you can really just measure everything out. Go to home depot. Lowe's a bunch of hubei wars. You can ask in the store hating at these down to x. y. z. whatever size. they'll handle that for you on top to my voters even both those together again online. You can get a guy to do this. It should just take a day. You can apply some kind of barrier And just the would cost allowing media. Couple hundred dollars. You can get a fully framed door which again you'll have a door that locks and now you taking something like an open living room and you can have a floor-to-ceiling Divider walls and lakhdar. When i first moved to downtown dallas. I actually only had a curtain. So when i was meeting a my future roommate i fully explain the situation. I basically showed him that he would have bedroom with lock door. I had to trust a little bits. I installed I just use some three ama- kotex installed them along. It has a ceiling mounted affords ealing her draped and basically just had them running along this entire area. I think i had maybe two solid ones. You could probably have some free standing rack. That can hold up a curtain or some basic divider right behind him set up just to have some feeling that there was actually a wall. But i didn't. Let's not having a wall at arear to get started on the process. As soon as i had my talent we signed a lease. He gave me a deposit. Gave me first month's rent and now you can actually ask for me additional monthly rent or like last month's rent if you want sometimes just having that that money that can fuel the construction costs any relations. You need to do down the road so he spent all your money. I'm the robbery. The influx of what happens when you sign a lease. You're gonna have a big payday right. That's true yeah that's a. That's a few different creative ideas to think about especially the the ever blocks one. I never even heard of those but glad. I learned about that. In case i Ever need them. I guess but Yeah and i feel like there might need opportunity for somebody to create like a blocked showroom. I think originally approached them. Maybe like four years ago out. Maybe purchasing three five thousand dollars where that walks basically being the first lingo home media may in the news and acting at showroom so that other virus could kind of see what the final product looks like when it's fully utilized jones. I heard back but there definitely is an opportunity if somebody wanted to go that route not justify the product but maybe even partner with the brand and get some kind of a affiliate commission when people see the lehto home and to make same purchase. You probably get some portion of the sales and would be very lucrative arrangement. Yeah glad we added in that last. Bit grow your cash dot com. I will put a link and the description and with that. It's time to say goodbye..
"fischer" Discussed on Everyonecast
"fischer" Discussed on Everyonecast
"If you rent out a unit absolutely. Let's take a step back and just talk about how lending works so if you work as a w. two employees. You just get a job you get your paycheck. Think with an alert to patients. You can go talk to you. A mortgage lender. They'll let you borrow based off the assumed. It extrapolate your paycheck. They assume you're gonna make that for the rest of the year. The let you borrow up to forty percent of that at take home. Pay and considerate. How and that forty five percent of your income is considered a again. The mortgage h wade taxes. So though limit year-old to that extent in my experience property taxes in hoa at least condos are going to be half the cost so if you have one thousand dollars those fees collectively whatever's left is what you're going to get a mortgage and when it comes to buying a home mortgage. It plays a part in it. So if you're buying one hundred thousand dollars property and you only have five thousand like in my circumstance. I had to finance the remaining ninety five thousand so the ninety five thousand you have to fit into some kind of payment land. Whether it's fifteen years thirty years sometimes bank will just say no. You can't afford elise costs on help each other I remember even in the back then. My income was actually a little under forty thousand. The kind of stretched. My housing was on paper. Forty to forty five percent of my income so Without a roommates it dakhla navy house were with remained that create a lot of margin. Now what happens if the housing market goes south. How does that affect you. Or how would it affects any other potential real estate enthusiasts. So that's what i love about. How sacking in economy people are looking for rooms. They want to reduce expenses. Made any lost a job and it's choosing between do they move back home with their parents. Were they actually rent a room and maintain some level of it engines as the house. Hacker owns the property. Or maybe you're renting armenta and your subleasing you don't have too much concern because house hacking typically the longer term game. You're not worried about property gallon. What year by the time you're selling it's gonna be a completely different market so try to novel. The downside a in texas for instance. Poppy taxes are so high. If your value goes down your cost of ownership actually vogel down as well so in the short run you'll actually be benefit from this. That's a good point. The price of the house doesn't really matter until you're looking to sell and i understand you also want to cover problems so talk to us about the problems with housing. I think there's kind of a general consensus especially with millennials zuma's younger generations. It's really hard to break into owning a house. Nowadays basically the ownership is a problem as well as even the rents are increasing A lot of new housing developments mainly there in had the luxury criteria the way delivers. Look at it is. It's not that much more expensive just build luxury and then you can command much higher rent. There's also a lot of tech workers that are making hundred thousand plus dollar salary hundred thousand dollar salaries ultimately anyone who's making less. It's difficult to kind of compete in not a housing market like you said in the beginning. You're giving up privacy to make everything more cost efficient but from your view it seems like there can also be a lot of positives to co living so i started live with roommates again. Prior to code ultimately realize importance immediately with surrounding yourself with able to socialize with. If you're single you're not currently living with significant other. Don't have ed's it's a poor naveh again admitted people around you. They're supportive having passed on. And you kind of get these benefits without hacking where mate. Your roommate has a daughter. You don't actually have to We've out alive the long-term care aspects of past that you get a short term gratification of being part of that nuts household and you also get the benefit of just perspective of the housemates lift with have had humble be be perspective on their career pass their choices and feeling what it missed out a lot without those experiences yet because people you live with can be anybody versus on say your job. You meet people. They're probably going to be pretty similar to you in terms of how they think about things. That's a motivation for the podcast. To you know get to get all these different views from everybody absolutely noticed that echo chamber a lot of companies as an accountant. I'm working with other counts. Very similar mindset ultimately a you do choose healing with when it comes to house hacking. You're able to create a room as affordable inner desirable area. You'll actually have hundreds of thousands of applicants so you have a lot of choice on who you wanted to share your life with. I've always made it a point to actually sit down and have a meal. Maybe have a drink with future. Co living house made to understand what they are with. Their plans are with their lifestyles. Like make sure Lines it doesn't have to be a random or scary process that can be very safe formula where you run background checks credit checks you make sure they are who they say they are. Maybe they have references. Yeah that's where. I was gonna go next about your whole process for choosing a housemate. How do you find people. And what do you do to make sure that they are living material. Which i guess you just covered in many speech about getting meals and doing credit checks yes. I think there's different tiers of applicants. ideally you have kind of a friend of a friend They're sayings about winning with your friends directly that if you choose to live with them you might not be friends by the end of the lease just because.
Underground Psychotherapy with Friederike Meckel Fischer
"So you started off as what we would call an occupational doctor working for people who are in in factories and as and then you realize it. Psychotherapy was a necessary thing for you to learn. And then you realize that psychogenic potentially expand your capacity and understanding is a secretary position. Is that right in the tropic. Breath wedged i. It was the first encounter and it helped me to really get into my synopsis stuff that i had one of fully dissociates for life and the fact of the being able to open up nauseousness and was the the key job. So then you saw tartlets. Therapists are not not person was in switzerland or germany dim it. It was one of the members of the foundation of the sept. The swiss association Everything was difficult than but the training. I hit a time was very. It was profound for me not drama but learning to to sit still and be with the substance with steel so decided. This was a with india may. St's side into sippy arrived so you very experienced. Yes we can come up salvi about the substances and help with the ups kitty and then having done on your husband must be one of the few lawyers. He went through the same processes. Yes see. I thought that if i do a deep deep process may change what i did actually than we have to share this in So he led the way along with me and he never regretted you
Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Louisville Policing Practices
"Department announcing an investigation into the Louisville Metro Police Department. Here is a B C's. There in Qatar ski Following the year of outrage over the police shooting of Briana Taylor, the Justice Department began and invest. Negation into whether Louisville police have a history of discriminatory policing a step Welcome by Mayor Greg Fischer. The recommendations of this DOJ review will help us continue to pursue our efforts. Hard being the bullet Best Police department in America. The investigation will review training, examine use of force stops and seizures and how the department conducts search warrants like the one that led to the death of Taylor. The city settled with her family for $12 million and took other steps toward reform.
"fischer" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Only this movie a lot So that's it. I think we got. I think i got the chess system. I got the queens queen's gambit. I got my ass kicked by a couple of really shitty chess programs and then i saw searching for bobby fischer. I think i think i'm done. I think i'm done. Well do it for searching for bobby fischer next week back with another prestige film road to perdition. Have you seen tom. hanks play a heavy. Have you seen him play violent thug. Well you're about to. It's a great film. It's another pretty cool case Kheirkhah study of father son. Relationship didn't plan it out to be. But it is a prohibition era. Tom hanks being a gangland enforcer to great movie check it out. We'll be talking about it next week until then i'm your host. Jim see everybody as previously mentioned. We've got a new after show for watching dead podcast where you can join our conversation in real time. Every tuesday at one pm eastern will be hosting a conversation at stereo dot com slash bald move. And you can join in. It's easy just download the absolutely free app it stereo dot com slash bald move. And you're ready to go. Stereo is the app for live social conversations and we want to talk directly with you our listeners. You can join our show. Ask any question. You want suggest topics share your opinions your thoughts. We want to hear everything. Download it now and join us live this week at stereo dot com slash bald move. Be sure to follow us. Get notified the minute. Our show start once again. Download the one hundred percent free app stereo dot com slash bald move. Be sure to follow us and join us. Tuesday afternoon for our live feedback. Show on this week's episode of the walking dead. Here's a small sample of last week. Show right let's get to the next one. Hey guys. what's the best nut tapper attachment for errands arm socket. The giants spiked walker. I wouldn't want to get tapped nuts. I would leave those nuts load. I don't want reprisal shed some motorized spinning contraption multiple taps in that they would have to have flexible sort of that coin. Ribbon lake things. But like i don't know a picture of stand with life long strips of rubber disparaged at four thousand rpm right so the way i think about this if we go with neons wisdom about the sport of nut tapping you got big meaty fingers. I'm thinking like like teenage mutant ninja fingers not like this giant. Like permanent vulcan salute. Them doing this on the livestream. And it's all about the loose risks the snapping risk action. So you build a mechanical teenage mutant ninja turtle finger just two giant. Like two rolls of quarters like all adds. Aaron can like folded back against his wrists flat spring loaded. And then he comes. There's like there's like a switch on the tobacco of his wrist so as soon as he makes and you go. Hi because you trying to get the date. You're trying to get the button with the dick and wants to do but once you do that that spring load just goes right and those two big rolls of quarters just left and right nut devastation. Simultaneous nut devastation. And then you even have addict mover thing that's tweets left and right to move account there's a cow catcher attachment on the risk it lifts and separates and then exposes the nuts to the massive massive. Brought drama. that they're going to get. That would be perfect. Somebody that's got like some kind of drafting board someone's sketched that out we need. We need this of that. I want to see the three of you. That it'd be the only thing that black could without a bridge blueprint. He does about netapp's. Oh yeah all right next up. Yeah i agree on the opponents about the bottle episodes. I mean looking back on just like daryl and beth in the cabin. I mean those kind of episodes worked that..
Harry and Meghan Are Begged to Delay Oprah Broadcast While Prince Philip Is Gravely Ill
"The united kingdom. The uk is begging harry and beckoned to postpone the oprah interview as his ninety nine year. Old grandpa is still in hospital. So let me explain prince philip. That's the queen's husband. He's ninety nine years old. He's been in hospital now for a few days. He's being transported to a different hospital in london. That's not a good sign. All of this comes. Of course leading up to harry a meghan. Big towel with oprah. That's going to add on sunday night. God forbid anything happens to philip. We should be realistic here. Without being doom and gloom. He's nineteen nine years old. he's in hospital. We know we know so. Should they postpone. What do you think mistake. They're in a tricky position. Well you know. I love television so first of all. This interview is happening with oprah and it set to air on cbs. This sunday march seven. Now originally it was ninety minutes long. But it's so juicy so good that the network extended it to two hours which means when they have commercials on it. Those thirty second. Ads can cost two hundred thousand charlotte. So there's money on the line here and it's like you said it's tricky prince. Philip makes it through sunday and they allow the show to air and they go back to london. Of course people are going to be incense that they gave this interview. We know we've been teased. That megan is asked if she has been silent about here experience with the royal family or has been silenced. This and there's no holds barred so people are actually asking fans on twitter and social media are seeing to please. Cbs postpone it. But like i said it's all about the money so it's a very very very tricky subject. It isn't it and also we've worked in tv misty. So we know the hosts the people the guests on the show them no power. It's the network that decides even harry and meghan decided that they'd made a mistake. Want to postpone it for a little bit. They've got no say in that. Cbs has scheduled this. That'd be a two hour hole in the schedule more importantly. Cbs would have to give all the advertising money back. Because they're charging a higher rate to advertise on the meghan. And harry and oprah show then they would on the regular show that as their on sunday night oprah has been teasing this gayle king. Her best friend has said. It's the best interview. Oprah has ever done oprah said to meghan. You've said some pretty shocking things here. I don't know with oprah's overplaying this normally. She doesn't or if this is going to be as explosive as we think it is just such a bad time for
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer: Things Are Looking Up on the COVID-19 Front
"Mayor Greg Fischer is reporting better news on the covert 19 front. Other news. We're not where we want to be. But cases are declining vaccines are increasing. Despite declining case counts for 1/5 week in a row, the city is still in the red Zone for the week of February, 14th. The average daily incidence rate was just under 40 per 100,000 people. Fisher says almost 13% of the city's population has received the first dose of vaccine and over 5% has been fully vaccinated will get a look at the state wide numbers from governor Bashir this afternoon. He's expected back at the podium. When he gets there, you'll hear him live here on 8 40. W H. A s
Painting looted by Nazis to be returned to Jewish heirs
"Be returned to Jewish shares. A commission in Germany has ruled that a painting by expressionist Erich Heckel that's in a German art museum was likely unlawfully obtained under the Nazis. It should be returned to the heirs of a Jewish historian who once owned it, the commission says. Heckles Gish Pfister, or siblings was owned by Jewish historian Max Fischer until 1934 the year before you fled Germany. The 1913 painting ended up back with Heckle and the artist donated it to the Quince Tana Karlsruhe Museum in 1967. Commission said it had to assume Fischer lost possession of the painting to the Nazi persecution is theirs have said they plan on donating the piece to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Keith Peters reporting Your refugees from Myanmar living
Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph
"Irving fisher was born in eighteen sixty seven in the town of saugerties. New york got his phd economics from yale in eighteen ninety one and for most of his adult life he enjoyed this almost unparalleled streak of success. Yeah not just as a great economist but also as an entrepreneur and investor. Tim harford is the author of the data detective. A new book that includes a chapter about irving fisher. He was the basically the inventor of what we now call the rolodex card filing system. That made him a multimillionaire. He was a diet and fitness expert. He published a book called how to live which was the freakonomics of its day. Only sold five hundred thousand copies. He set up the life extension institute. He was a campaigner on prohibition. He was a vegetarian. Assist an astonishing a prolific campaigner and thinker and he made a lot of money in the markets for a while as the stock market in the nineteen twenties was going up and up fisher was investing more and more money into it in fact even though he was already investing a ton of his own money he was also borrowing even more money to invest in stocks so that he could boost his returns fisher was just supremely confident about his forecast that the market would keep going up confident both in his own intelligence and also in the possibility of using data and statistics to predict the future. So that's where irving fisher was right before the crash of nineteen twenty. Nine john maynard. Keynes the other. Great economists of the era got there a little differently. Canes was definitely already considered one of the great economic minds of the time and just like irving fischer canes knew. He was the smartest guy in every room. He walked into same. Yeah me too something. We all share with gains right. But unlike irving fisher john maynard. Keynes had gotten some things wrong. By that point he had been humbled by the market before he had an early investment fund immediately after the first world war that just went went bankrupt and it was fine canes raise more money went back into the market. Got everyone's cashback. Everyone lived happily ever after but he had that experience going. Oh yeah. I thought i was smart on the market. Maybe i'm not smart on the market when the crash of one thousand nine hundred nine arrive. The stock market collapsed more than twenty percent in two days and within three years it had fallen more than eighty nine percent from where it was before the crash. Both and john maynard. Keynes lost a lot of money on their investments in the crash but there is a huge difference in how they responded so after the crash fisher kept doubling down on the same investments. He even kept borrowing money to invest in the same. Losing stocks for example fisher owned stock in a company called remington rand and right before the crash remington rand stock was at fifty eight dollars share but after the crash of two three months it was twenty eight dollars. A share and fisher was borrowing money and buying more shares at twenty eight dollars for years into the crash. It was one dollars a share. That is how to be a millionaire. Lose everything maybe fisher believed that his precious data just could not be wrong or that he could not be wrong or that. His self worth was tied up in this idea that he was right. Whatever the case he couldn't change his mind and he lost everything. Canes was different kane street at his failures as a chance to learn a chance to improve his process up to the crash he'd been investing based on his ability to predict the ups and downs of the whole economy. But after the crash he decided that that was just too hard to unknowable so he changed his strategy to investing in companies that he believed had good management and he thought would go up over time no matter what the overall economy was doing. Canes made a fortune for himself and for the endowment of king's college us money he was managing one of the things he said when he was trying to raise money from his own father was win or lose. This high stakes gaming amuses me. That's that's just an amazing linked to say when you're trying to persuade someone to give you money and yet in the end it helps because he just didn't take it so personally for the past few decades. A psychologist named philip tat. Lock has studied the behaviors that lead to better forecasting being very precise predictions constantly. Checking to see if your forecasts or proving true and updating your forecast if they are not true all of these make you a better forecaster. But tim says if he had to summarize. All of this research on a bumper sticker. Full cost is better when they recognized. They might be wrong and they are asking themselves. What am i missing. What perspective having tie considered. Who haven't i talked to that sort of almost paranoid suspicion that you might have messed up. And the willingness to change your mind that leads to much better forecasting you know it sounds so obvious. Just be able to change your mind and yet in practice. People really struggle to change their minds especially about their deeply held beliefs. That irving fisher could not change his mind and john maynard. Keynes could ended up making all the difference in how they lived the rest of their lives a few months after the second world war at fissuring canes both died fisher was alone and nearly bankrupt hitting bailed out by his millionaire sister-in-law and he'd completely lost his reputation as a result of his failed forecast. It's such a tragic end to a great career. Canes died a millionaire the most famous and celebrated economists on the planet and there is a quote that sometimes gets attributed to canes that. Tim also likes to remember him by. He probably never said it but he lifted which is when the facts change. I change my
David Price on Colonel John Haslet's World
"David price. Thank you for joining me on the american revolution. Podcast thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here. you're here today. Because britain a new book. About colonel john hazlet. What prompted you to write a book about john has let at. How important is he to the story of the american revolution. Well the genesis of this book. Mike was my first literary effort rescuing the revolution on sung patriot. Heroes in their ten. Crucial days are america's war for independence. John has was one of several individuals who i profiled in that book in a series of graphical vignettes which focused primarily on the contributions that each of these people need to patriot caused during what was perhaps the ten most inspirational days in american history. And perhaps the most pivotal moment in the war for independence. Now why did i choose hizbullah. Well you know. His name kept popping up in various things that i was reading most especially in a hackett fischer's pulitzer prize winning work. Washington's crossing which is the bible for people like me who are historical interpreters or so case graphs historical interpreters. I washington crossing historic park. That's a joke. By the way you have to read that book and you have to have a decent command. Say the material in order to be able to give a tour there under the auspices of a fringe group. So the more read about him. The more i was impressed by what he did. And and the kind of character he displayed in the course of his revolutionary service. So around the time that. I was reading that book and i guess the germ if you will of the seed when he's right. Metaphor here have been planted. The perhaps do something a little more elaborate on has land. And i came across the book by fred walters. John has led a useful one. Which far as i know. That was the only book that about him. It's a self published work came out. I believe in two thousand and five. Mary engaging read. I enjoyed it immensely. But it's written in the form largely not entirely but largely in the form of a historical novel. There's a good deal of well. Frankly fictional material an air imaginary dialogue scenes useful information to improve to be very helpful to me my initial reaction after reading. That was well. Fred has the subject covered pretty well. And i don't need to pursue curl has let any further the more i thought about it. The more i felt it deserved an effort by someone to craft more conventional kind of a non fiction work about curl and his delaware regiment now. I should add parenthetically that since his first book. Fred walters did polish. What i gather is a more conventional work and non fiction account. Biography of the kernel which i believe is entitled. John has lots eric journey. But it was published exclusively in a kindle edition. I decided to go ahead and pursue this idea of trying to write a book. Hamlet just to see you know when i was starting out i was just with the mindset of well. Let's see how this goes and what looks like and it wasn't challenge to produce something. That is a book length. Because as i pointed out in the preface to the book. There's not a lot known about his pre-revolutionary war life. We don't even know exactly when it was born is a someone about whom an agent is to in the preface or introduction. We don't even know exactly what he looks like. Physical descriptions of him but there's no authentic rep visual representation of inviting eighteen artists. Not by anyone. Who was alive when he was only two images that. I'm aware which i discussed under book. Which is the coverage. The stanley arthurs painting a reversal of the image of has lead in the stanley arthurs painting that hangs in the delaware public archives building. But in any case i could push ahead with the project so ultimately when it became was an effort to inter we three things one is the has the biography. One is the story of his seventeen seventy six regimen the first incarnation of delaware regimen with a little bit about the proposed hasler regimen is the reconstituted regimen in non truncated form that was created in seventeen seventy seven after his death and then a last name of courses or general one. It's quitting this whole context of the seventeen seventy six campaign. washington's army the new york and the campaign. Which of course culminates in what we call the ten crucial days campaign from december twenty fifth. Seventeen seventy six through january. Seventeen seventy seven. When has what has killed about princeton. The other thing. I think that was pushing me to do. This was at some point. When i was writing the second book it occurred needed. It would be a neat idea. If i could do a trilogy on the ten crucial days. I'm not aware that any other offer done. So what distinguishes has led from anyone else in terms of his contribution to the patriot. Cause well he created one of the elite regiments and continental army in seventeen. Seventy six as i believe the largest regiment in the army in the early months of that year they started recruiting january by me erupt. Almost eight hundred men. They were full uniformed. And i think they were. Perhaps the only regimen in the army that could make claimed for uniform to fully armed under has let's to of his agitate thomas holland formerly of his britannic majesty's army day molded these this forced into a efficient elite fighting unit. Bouffe or get too much into the details of the door blues. I wanna ask one thing you said. We don't know much about hamlet's prewar life. We do that. He came from northern ireland right and that he settled in kent county delaware. Do we have any information about why he left ireland and why he settled in delaware. Well he may have had personal indoor political reasons leaving ulster when he did his wife died his first wife got about five years before he came to the colonies which he did in seventeen fifty seven or thereabouts. Minor standing as they may have personal issues between him and members of the congregation. Her guests may have had an emotional toll on him. Such that believe she dialed probably died in childbirth so he was left with a young daughter. This may have taken a toll on him and as such impacted his ability to perform his ministerial duties. And that may lead to some ancient. Shall we say between young minister and members of his parish more generally when he came to the colonies. it was in the context of this larger immigration movement. If you will of the scotch-irish from northern ireland to the new world during the early and mid eighteenth century with was because of the harsh economic into the adverse economic conditions under which many of them live in the restrictions rather onerous restrictions have been imposed on him by british policy towards ireland towards the presbyterian church that was regarded as unwelcome adversary adversaries. You will to the established anglican church. So i think there's a plausible logger be made. That was part of. let's motivation. Maybe dominant part of his motivation.
"fischer" Discussed on Media Voices
"Now just you. Don't also i like is a. I've seen this really newfound appreciation for wicky pedia and this really really nice article which has been posted on. The economists will link to it which is all about how it's reputations that have been higher people really appreciate it and even though obviously it's still it's effectively ongoing thing because it's almost entirely supported by the public. And i just i just realized i think that democratization of gathering though is open to abuse at times is shown opponents sometimes but old sort of correct itself because there are so many people doing it. It's it is a fantastic resource I signed up today to give them a donation off the back of this article. So i think it sir yom just really got to see it all days and we latinos with. Computers is awesome school. Do remember that. Yeah for using wikipedia as a source of innocent. When i was in school this week to sara fischer axios media reporter. She writes the weekly media trends news at two which is just hit one hundred thousand subscribers. So she's been at the helm of neeson's is not in two thousand and sixteen. So i started by asking whether this was a talk that always had in mantra stop. I think it was more of the fact that we would start and see out go and we did have a formula that we wanted to follow which mimics some of the other newsletters that we had already launched. We launched a health three others. I think before mine health attack in sort of a general newsletter in the morning. And so we kind of got to see what worked and what didn't work and we figured if we followed a similar playbook keep the work Short but not shallow Leverage data visualizations and really focus on the intersection of business technology and politics. To talk about media up we thought would be successful and that changed that you've made since launch anything significantly different than the way the now from how you started not day. Yeah i think we focused more on breaking news. And we used to and part of that just because we've matured as a company i richard as a reporter and so we have a bigger audience..
Norman Fischer Gives A Talk On Generosity
"Hi this is norman fisher. Life is generous. It's abundant and expansive never stingy or small minded. It keeps ongoing bubbling up and expanding wherever it has a chance the grass is on. The hillside are ready to burst out green as soon as a little rain falls and a little sunlight peep through weeds and vines tangle all over the place live stopped in one place pops up somewhere else. Nature is prolific. the practice of generosity is one way to reflect this abundance creatures who share in life's great abundance freedom and energy. We always have possibilities. Can't we be as generous as trees. If as living beings we are heirs to generous spirit. What blocks. I find that the stinginess of our minds our desire to judge evaluate separate define often stops us from opening to the abundance. That must be within us living beings that we are. How do we go about challenging and opening up our stingy attitudes about reality. I we can pay close attention to our thoughts and viewpoints. We can study our minds in meditation and the rest of life by noticing whenever we feel pinched small fearful or stingy whenever we clinched up with defensive or protective feelings in meditation we can learn to identify these feelings in our bodies and minds noticing tightness in our chests and breathing the clenching in our shoulders and faces the ol- familiar paranoid and panicky trains of thought with lots of patient repetition and training. Eventually we learn how to notice these things before they run away with us. We learned to catch ourselves in midstream and just literally stop. We take a conscious breath to and ask ourselves. Is this really true. Am i really under attack. Is they're really not enough to go around. And we ask further. What are the effects of this habit of mind. This doesn't happen all at once. This process and these questions are practices. We take them up repeatedly. We work at them usually. When we ask these questions we answer. No what's bothering us is probably more a matter of pride habitual defensiveness in fact when we reflect further. We noticed that the consequences of this habitual response are not good. We end up with words. Deeds feelings and thoughts at caused us trouble. If we investigate and intervene like this again and again we will eventually see our small-mindedness for what it is an unsuccessful and foolish habit based on inaccurate information a bad attitude doing this consistently takes mental discipline. It's a kind of emotional yoga but when you are motivated and determined you can do it. Especially if you have the support of your meditation practice in a community of friends to help you meditation. Practice is the best way. I know to cultivate the expansive attitude. Generosity of course. Possible to sit down and meditation crab into yourself obsessed with your thoughts worries and the constrictions of your situation to practice. Generosity in. Meditation is the opposite of this. You open up your fear and anxiety soften and you sit in the middle of the great gift of limitless imaginative life.
Smithsonian closing Washington DC's museums and zoo again amid virus spike
"We have determined that will be closing all Smithsonian museums temporarily beginning on Monday, when we've made that call as as a public health precaution. That's the Smithsonian's police. Fischer. Eight destinations are affected, including the National Zoo, the National Museum of American History and the National Museum of the American Indian Visitors who had gone online ahead of time and reserved a pass to come visit us. We're contacting all of them directly, also planning to temporarily close the National Gallery of Art starting so Saturday. How long the closings last depends on what happens with the pandemic. Michelle Bash w T. O P New. Also
Mayor Fischer of Louisville, Kentucky urges protesters to steer from destructive acts during demonstrations
"Has a first Amendment right to protest. And do so peacefully and lawfully. I want to stress that violence and destruction will not be tolerated. If you break windows, If you start fires, destroyed property or attack anyone, including our officers, you will be arrested. The mayor of Louisville, Greg Fisher, giving an update today after that city saw some violence break out again last night as protests continue following the decision by a grand jury to not charge any police officers directly with the shooting death of Briana Taylor in March. Taylor's family is demanding the release of all body camera footage, police files and the transcripts of the grand jury hearings.
Louisville preparing for another night of protests after Breonna Taylor decision
"Of Louisville is bracing for another night of protests after Kentucky's attorney general said he would not charge three officers in the death of Briana Taylor. She is the black woman shot and killed by police in her apartment in March. The decision not to charge the officers involved drove demonstrators into the streets around the country. But it's Louisville. That is the center of this story. And that is where NPR's Adrian Florido is now. Hey there, Adrian. I'm a really describe to us what you are seeing. What you're hearing is you're out and about reporting on the streets there in Louisville. So, so far today, things have been calm. That was not the case. Last night, however, the streets of downtown Louisville were really tense as police worked to enforce and nine PM curfew and disperse crowds or furious Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement just before curfew, two officers were shot. Their injuries were non my threatening and the suspect was arrested. But this morning, Mayor Greg Fischer pleaded for peace. We never had control over what attorney General of the grand jury would do. We do have control over what happens next in our city, So I'm asking everyone to reject violence and join me and committing Ourselves to the work of reform for justice and for equity and do that now. And Adrian. How our people out on the streets protesting. How are they hearing that? How are they responding to that? I think that there is a lot of skepticism that meaningful change that the mayor is calling for if they participate will actually happen, You know, people here in Louisville protested for 120 days. Demanding that the three police officers who participated in the raid on Briana Taylor's apartment be charged with her murder. Instead. What they got was a grand jury and the state attorney general deciding to charge just one of those officers not for Taylor's death, but because the bullets that this officer fired into her apartment, entered the apartment next door and endangered the lives of Taylor's neighbors. This morning, I spoke to a man named Marcus Reed. He runs a barbecue joint near where Taylor was killed wasn't what he said. If it was may 20 years, But you know, this is police and he's not my skin color. They Just a slap on the wrist. They keep doing it. He told me that his friends and family are deeply resentful of the decision not to charge and that he would not be surprised if tensions on the streets actually actually grow worse after this, Yeah, well, I was going to ask where where my things go because people out protesting many of them had some pretty specific goals in mind. They weren't just angry. They wanted all of the involved officers to be fired and charged with murder. Which, as of yesterday seems to be off the table. So so where do things go now? Rights of the local investigation into Taylor's killing is complete. There will be no more charges Theater New general has said that but the police Department is continuing an internal investigation on whether the officers followed department protocols on the night of the raid. There's also an ongoing federal investigation. The FBI is looking into whether police violated Briana Taylor's civil rights and they're looking at How they obtained that warrant raid Taylor's apartment to look for drugs drugs that they did not find, And aside from that Kentucky's governor Andy this year, he is calling on the attorney general to release the evidence from his investigation against the officers. Here's what the governor said just a little while ago. I know the attorney general talks about the truth, and I talk about the truth. I think we ought to let the people of Kentucky see all of that evaluate and come to the truth. I believe that it is fully appropriate to do at this point in time, Put it all on line. The attorney general has said that he won't do that for now, because of the charges brought yesterday against the one former officer Onda also that pending FBI investigation so briefly, Adrian, you're watching for more protests there in Louisville tonight. There will be more protests. You know, The police say that they're going to continue to enforce the curfew, which is still in effect. Police say that they will do the same thing they did yesterday. They have today arrested more than 100 protesters yesterday. I should also say Marie Louise that we're expecting to hear from Briana Taylor's family tomorrow. NPR's Adrian Florido reporting from Louisville tonight. Thanks, Adrien.
Kentucky grand jury decides against homicide charges for police in Breonna Taylor's death
"Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today. I know that many. In Louisville and across the Commonwealth. In country have been anxiously awaiting the completion of our investigation. into the death of Miss Riana. Taylor? Six months at the Briana Taylor was shot and killed by police in her Louisville apartment. Kentucky grand jury decided that none of the officers involved would be held responsible for death. On Wednesday Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the grand jury decision to charge one former officer Brent Hankinson with first degree wants an endangerment. He's accused of firing into nearby apartments and endangering tillers neighbors. But Attorney General. Cameron. said the other two officers involved Johnson mattingly and miles cosgrove would not face any charges. According to Kentucky Law. Use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove, was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. Twenty six year old Briana Taylor was killed on March Thirteenth when officers from the Louisville Police Department burst into apartment with a battering ram during a botched drug raid. Policy announce themselves but according to her boyfriend they didn't So he fired a shot hitting officer in the leg. Then, officers returned fire and struck Taylor Multiple Times. Till his family had been hoping for a minimum charge of manslaughter. But Attorney General Cameron was a Republican and the states first black attorney general said, the outcome was appropriate. The decision before my office as the Special Prosecutor in this case was not to decide the loss of miss. Taylor's life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally. Yes. In response, the city of Louisville rose up. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer had been bracing for this moment. When Tuesday a state of emergency was declared to prepare for potential unrest? Police barricades and the judge ordered federal courthouse closed this week in anticipation of a decision. On Wednesday, the mirror announced a nine pm curfew still protests spread through downtown Louisville, last night. In some moments, the scene turn violent to police. Officers were shot about one hundred people were arrested and protests spread throughout the country to to places like Denver, Portland, in Buffalo.
Judge deems Los Angeles in contempt over 'bulky item' notices
"Court. That's the conclusion of a federal judge who says the city defied her order by posting signs saying Bulky objects like mattresses and cards aren't allowed on the streets and will be removed. Case here. W's Larry Parole has more attorneys representing the homeless outreach group K Town for all, and several unhappy people complained that Ella had posted signs ahead of a cleanup in San Pedro and other areas, indicating that bulky items are always prohibited. According to the Times. They say the signs were posted before street sweeps earlier this year that require unhappy people to move their tents. They say that's wrong because people are likely to abandon their belongings, thinking they'll be removed because they have no idea the city is legally not allowed to do it. Judge Dale S. Fischer agreed yesterday pointed to her April ruling that Ella can't seize on House people's items solely based on their size. Instead of imposing fines or rewarding attorney fees, Fisher said. This city has to post what she called remedial notices for at least two weeks in the same areas where the improper notices were posted. She also directed the city to meet with the homeless advocates to come up with the new notice and file it with the court by the end of the month for K C, R W. On Larry
Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision
"New Message From the Mayor of Louisville tonight that there's no word now from the AG as of yet and the Briana Taylor case a state of emergency though now in place Mayor Greg Fischer says the community is anticipating a decision from the State Attorney General on whether to charge the officers involved in Taylor Steph, she shot and killed when officers executed A. Warrant her home
Expand 1 - Ep. 57 : Day In The Life of a Hollywood Gaffer with Harold Skinner - burst 22
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An Excerpt from the book Flirting with Darkness by Ben Courson
"An excerpt from the book flirting with darkness. Ben. Carson. Weapon number three, the magic number of greatness. I got to a point in my struggle with depression where something needed needed to change must suffering. So badly, I finally decided to do something about it. The ten thousand hour rule saved my life. His Book Outliers Malcolm Glad well demonstrated that to be truly greeted anything. You have to put in ten thousand hours of practice. People such as world chess champion Bobby. Fischer businessman Bill Joy, and IBM founder Bill Gates are among the many examples. Glad. While gives of people who excelled because they accelerated they focused and worked hard and gave at least ten thousand hours to becoming the best at what they did. Glad will show that whether you want to be a fiction writer or master criminal. Hockey player or a pianist ten thousand hours was the magic number of greatness. Bent my mind to that goal is a writer Manspeaker. A resolved to stop wasting my energies, processing psychological trauma and to go on a diametrically opposed direction. Instead of disappearing over why dreams weren't coming to pass, I decided to commit myself to working my fingers to the bone to ensure they did. Psychologists, John Hayes quote looked at how long it took the best composers of all time to create their first grey work. He found that nobody including Mozarts was a child prodigy had produced a piece of work of any significance until about ten years after they had I, taken music no amount of innate talent even in a field of genius such as music could overcome the years of practice necessary to Korea work someone may be talented. They may be lucky but they still have to go through ten years of practice in order to become a master and quote. When Churchill came to power during World War Two he said this as he was being inaugurated into office as prime. Minister quote. I. Offer you nothing save blood, toil tears, and sweat and quo. Lecture Chill Ready to go to battle anew, the path will be difficult PROC- ready to claim own finest hour. Getting better stars, which is getting off your tuition in doing something. So I did. My goal was to become a writer and a speaker put in the needed hours. My nearly worked myself to death, but it was infinitely better than brooding found the effort. Cathartic in fulfilling my spirit's began to lift. I figured I had two options number one either get discouraged that my dreams were not coming pass or number to spend the effort of getting prepared for when they did. Legendary preacher Charles spurgeon advised students to stop worrying about when they would get their shot at speaking and concentrate instead on their ability, and they'll let God take the opportunity in other words quit fretting over the how and focus on the what I took these words to heart and focused on my skill set as I improved my craft, our English word amateur comes from a French Italian an line route which means to love an obvious works when he loves the process and it feels good a professional is someone who worked seven days a week whether he feels like it or not. Today. My TV show hope generation is on twenty different networks more than one hundred and eighty countries and radio shows heard on more than four hundred stations daily. I get to speak in stadiums and arenas. My quote unquote overnight success came through hours of hard work. How you'll spend your ten thousand hours may be different from how I spend mind but you'll find as I did a clear focus and a way of getting off the existential treadmill of despair, transform your life but the age of twenty one, the average American has put ten thousand hours of practice into computer and video games when I use those hours for something more productive. How hard you hustle in the darkness determines how brightly you shine in the spotlight. To prepare for speaking to people I got really good at lecturing my furniture. My chairs were my captive audience I remember that Billy Graham. One said he got his start by preaching to alligators before he preached in stadiums. You have to start with a small stuff and work your way up. So I took every opportunity that presented itself. I spoke to classes of little kids and homeless shelters at old folks, homes, and to student clubs I volunteered to take the opportunities. Others turned down, I got lots of practice. When other speakers turned an organization or church down my said, yes I did this I several years Only the small minded person will refuse the small task for me if I had an audience of four people those enough to get some more practice to put in some more hours toward my ten thousand our goal. Jesus said that if you're faithful and a few small things, you'll be given responsibility over bigger ones Matthew Twenty five that sound good to me. Yes sometimes I did feel like surface the tragic here of Greek mythology who had to roll a boulder of a hill only to see roll back down then roll it back up again only for it to roll back down again repeatedly, I'll stubborn in my pursuit it was a great weapon against despair to keep working in spite of how I felt, which puts me in the mind of a scene from Tolkien's the Lord of the Rings in the First Book of that trilogy the Fellowship of the Ring, a band of warriors is commission travel to the ends of the Earth to destroy the evil ring of power by casting it into mount doom. During their long journey. Gandalf who was their leader was thought to be killed in the minds of Maurya in response airborne stepped up to lead the band in his stead amid his grief and despair he cried out farewell Gandalf what hope have we with you then he turned to the fellowship and said, we must do without hope let us gird ourselves and weep no more come. We have a long road. Like that trek to mount doom healing is usually a long journey. We normally don't start feeling better overnight sometimes, we must go on when we feel absolutely no hope. Our quest leads down a winding path and his sometimes fraught with trolls and Goblins and all manner of Dr Treasures. But psychological heroism is possible in such journey is were taking like Eric Gordon Frodo my set my foot upon my own path out of depression I gave them my flirtation with darkness and began to tread the road toward a grand purpose and it worked after many many years. The Dreams I had begun to despair finally came true new ones came into sight, but it all began by putting one foot in front of the other. If you allow yourself to just sit around and partly catatonic state stuffing yourself with junk food is a form of therapy and watching callous hours of television. You'll probably never start feeling better. But I. Tell You that you get off the couch and venture into the world to do something toward your goals. Things will start to change in your heart and mind if you pull yourself out of bed and get going on your dreams, that's how you'll will begin the journey to healing your broken spirit.
Belarus protests: Opposition keeps up pressure on Lukashenko
"Large crowds are expected in the Belarusian capital Minsk for the fifth consecutive Sunday to protest against the country's president, Alexander Lukashenko. They want him to resign for those detained in recent weeks to be freed. From Minsk is Jenna Fischer, President Lukashenko, maybe hoping that having detained or forced into exile, almost all of Belarus is opposition leadership that the protests will subside. He's likely to be disappointed. But lorises demonstrations at times of numbered in the hundreds of thousands and are decentralized and organized through messaging APS. There's no sign of them going away. What started as protests about a rigged election now just a cz much about the abuses that have followed. In the last few days. Women protesters have started being targeted with President Look A. Shankar's who did riot police dragging dozens off the street into unmarked
Director Alex Hammer on Expecting Amy
"This weekend showcase with an interview with Alex Hamer. He directed and edited, expecting Amy the new, many docuseries comedian Amy Schumer, who went on tour after learning that she was pregnant. You join Amy and her husband, chef Chris Fischer. From the beginning of her rocky pregnancy to the birth, all as she travels across the country, making others laugh. She's very funny, but what I thought we were going to see was, you know Comedy on stage. It would be like a Chris Rock special or Dave Sopel special, but it's not so much being funny on stage. Is it her being a person who's funny on and offstage but you're mostly looking at her backstage and in her personal life, right? Yeah, I mean, it starts with her creating are developing a special that you want to film them along the way she finds out that she's pregnant while she's on a 40 city tour, So it's always a curveball and like trying to develop her stand up special when she's working on on the road. And and increasingly becoming more and more pregnant, becoming sick because of that, because, uh, lucky symptoms coming from that she goes through a very difficult pregnancy. She cannot keep food down. And sometimes in the toilet minutes before she goes on to stage and Can you and seems to kill on stage, right? I mean, you were there was her comedy Good every night. Yeah, I think later on in the theories talked about like she can always perform regardless of how she feels, because it's something that you kind of drop into. And it all looks like spend. Ah, how you're feeling because you're in a different zone and become very clear with a lot of performers I think go to got to. Yeah, I turned it on. You know, I thought that was one of the more interesting observations about it, she said. You sometimes forget What you're doing is making people happy. What you do is we could hear them laughing. You go. Okay, that's working. Or maybe that's not working. And then you refine your your act as you work your way through, Say, a tour. But it's not like you're going up there. Philanthropic Lee trying to make people happy, It's a job you're doing. You're doing it as well as you can. Oh, and by the way people laugh when you do your job. Well, that's part of my citizens. Isn't that fascinating? Yeah, I think that a lot of people who you know is it is work. Any kind of entertainment is a lot of work to really home here on your craft and instruments. Forget like what you're bringing to an autumn because you're so focused on making something perfect. Not to name drop because I can't but only recently talked to Barry Manilow. Barry Manilow had a new album coming out this year, and he and the New York Times he and I talked about this, he said. I don't have fun. When I'm up there. I'm trying to deliver something. And I'm always cognizant of how I'm doing. And when I'm done if you enjoyed it, I'm happy about that. But, um I enjoying the music up there the way you are. No, I'm working on my job. Yeah, work. Really? And this was shot with a smartphone or smartphones. Is that right? On. It was a combination of like, basically whatever they could get their hands on a lot of really personal footage from her husband, Chris, and then they brought on somebody that he's been working with on tour forever. Market special price You shot a large portion of it as well. Interviews backstage and in their home, So the Knicks of all types of Snap and grab type stuff. And it kind of worked for
"fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I want again to thank the first responders who assisted the scene last night including the Jefferson County sheriff's deputies who came to the scene very quickly definitely shorter provide an update chief thank you mayor Fischer first I want to address the clearing in the park I know this is caused great concern and anger but it's simply had to be done given that we had a homicide in the park last night the tents and supplies that had taken over the park create a situation that could no longer be safely handled I do wanna apologize however for the way those belongings were handled and removed or it was not our intention to damage anything that was removed however many of the items were treated in a manner less than our standard the way that property was handled has also caused concern in the community I am deeply sorry we will work in the future to help prevent a situation like this from occurring again now I want to give an update on the homicide that occurred last night around nine PM we were notified of the incident remained shooting in the park empties from the Jefferson County sheriff's office responded quickly and he began treating people they identified were wounded LMPD officers arrived within four minutes we will now show surveillance video of what transpired LMPD officers arrived within four minutes we will now show surveillance video of what transpired.
"fischer" Discussed on Dogma Debate
"The point is if you and your black neighbor committed the same crime. You would be out before him statistically, so if we take that snapshot and Brian Fischer got to go home. His black neighbor is still in jail for the same crime so. I'M GONNA. Still get to that about blacks. Committing crimes at different rates, and against their own people were going to talk about that. I promise I'm seconds away from that, but I want people to go into that conversation with these statistics in mind. If we take that snapshot we do that. We do that census reporting and we show more blacks in jail than whites. That doesn't mean they deserve to be there. If that black man was treated exactly like Brian Fischer when he got arrested, you'd either both be in there or you'd both be out, but lady justice isn't blind. Justice is comes down more harshly on blacks in this country time after time after time. That is A. Wellness I think I. think that by itself is potentially misleading David 'cause I think what you and I both agree on is if somebody has done the crime. They should do the time. That's what justice would dictate. Lady Justice is blind, so have blacks. Her Committee more crimes than whites. We ought to have more or blacks in prison. If weizer committing more crimes than blacks, we ought to have more in prison and see when you talk about same crime different sentence. You have other variables in there that we're not talking about, and that might have to do with to pass record of the defendant. Does this defendant have some priors that could lead to a longer sentence? We're not talking about that right now, so it's not apples and oranges. We are no no. No No, unless you're talking about to defendants that have exactly the same prior record and get disparate since okay. No, we are talking about that. Though let's imagine that for a moment. Let's say Bryan Bryan Fischer and and Derek Black. Neighbor, let's say you're both fourteen. If Brian. Get stopped, but at fourteen years old by the white cop with drugs. He's more likely to knock you on the head and take you home. But, he's slightly to take Derek to jail to juvenile detention center. Derek been serves thirty days in juvenile detention for of marijuana. Now at twenty three years old. When the to get into a fight, Derek and Brian get into a fight with one another and both get arrested. Derek has a prior Brian doesn't. So, now he looks more like a criminal. The new because you were given a free chance to leave and he was arrested for the same thing you did. So they end up with criminal records that you wouldn't have being white for the same behavior lady justice is not blind. Well I think you and I agree about that. David! Sentences ought to be based on behavior. In ought to be based on the crime that was committed yet. The judge ought to be able to take into account the prior record of the defendant and imposing a sentence I think both you and I agree one hundred. Percent about that, so if we're going to do criminal justice reform, then we want both defendants to get the same treatment whether they're black or whether they're white so I. Guess my question for you. When you talk about criminal justice reform, you WANNA reform things so that we go harder on white or easier on blacks or do. We WanNa work to where it's even Steven for everybody. Justice applies equally to them regardless. Okay, look at it this way. and when the when I say systemic racism. This is the kind of stuff I mean. Do, you know that there is no chemical difference between crack and cocaine. It's the same drug. One is cooked down. It's made to be cheaper, but it's the same chemical difference however. Someone can That's convicted of possessing one gram of crack would receive a sentence one hundred times longer than someone possessing one gram of powder cocaine. And that's true whether they're white or black. Well at that point, then the racial disparity would come in to say that white people tend to get. Lesser Sentences Overall, but just considering the drug issue. It's been common knowledge for multiple years that in low-income black communities. Crack tends to be. The the the the drug of choice for those who are who are abusing drugs. They're not doing powder cocaine for the most part. They're doing crack. So why would there be a law that makes the drug sentence or a the drug sentence one hundred times longer for crack when it's not for cocaine because you know who does cocaine Brian Rich White? People Hollywood. Hollywood executives comedy club owners, people who are making decisions in the movers and shakers. People have money. Go Kane, but but she David I. Don't think we have any disagreement there. If it's the same drug than the penalty ought to be the same, and it doesn't matter, we agree what the race of the individualism of that Sagana justice reform. You're talking about where you have the same sentence for the same crime for an individual, a defendant with the same prior record. I'm all I'm all down with you all right good. Good with that all right? That's what that's. What black lives matter is saying. Why is there a hundred times longer? Drug penalty connected with the drug that disproportionately affects black communities instead of the ones that affect white communities. Why are you making harsher sentences for the same drug because you're picking on the version that is in the black community, instead of the one that affects rich white people that is one time racial disparity. I agree with you. If if what you're telling me is true and I'd have to see it with my own eyes. What you're telling me is true then. Yeah, it'd be more a matter of legal reform. Right where we we retool the laws, so that the law itself is fair because that's what we want, we don't want. A law favors one group over another. We want a law that is absolutely fair if that law is not fair, because it prescribes a heavier sentence for one drug than it does for the same drug, then we ought to do something about that. That's not fair. It's not right right. I agree blacks and whites..
"fischer" Discussed on Dogma Debate
"In the back of our minds, you may know that everybody matters, but right now the black house on fire so when they make a claim that they are in crisis, and the fire truck comes down to focus on them. Let's help put the fire out. Let stand there and hug them. Let's validate them. Let's stand arm in arm while they Saab and cry about their loss of their photos. Not Tell them that are pictures are just as important as theirs, because while it may be true, it's missing the point of the crisis. Please tell me you understand that. No. I agree with you David I. Think you were talking about a point of agreement trying to find it I. Think we just found it? Awesome, so my point to you is when when people are out protesting and they're saying black lives matter. The message of all lives matter. Feels like we're being ignored and we're not being validated and that it feels like it's an argument against our our our cry for help. That's that's the. I don't want to speak for the black community, but I've been to enough of these protests and had an folks on my show to understand. That's the core of the message were in crisis are houses on fire right? That's all I. WanNa. Say so all lives. Matter does hurt things because it's missing the point, even though it may technically be true. well I. I guess I have a question for you. Is is the responsibility of the same on both sides in other words do both sides in a situation haven't equal responsibility to try to hear and try to understand the point of view and the emotions of the other party, or does only one party have that responsibility? Well That's a really interesting question. It's a really good one I think. For the most part in a relationship situation, overall both people have responsibility. But. If one person is going into crisis. If, one person is depressed or suicidal or over the top angry. The person who is not in crisis. I believe has an obligation to step up and And take on some responsibility out of love for that other human being in crisis. And and and you would say that that goes both ways. During crisis, yes! Okay then we have another Dave. We have another point of agreement. This is turning into a Koumba conversation. Okay, I I feel like you're insinuating something that maybe I'm not understanding, so tell me what your point is on the on the on the compassion, going both ways. We'll know I agree if you've got somebody that's hurting somebody that's in trouble. You WanNa go to their side. You want understand them. You want to help them, and if you believe that it goes both ways than were on the same page. Okay cool so in a situation like for example I I, hate to just make it personal, but marriage counseling is a good way to look at at relations with other people, so if your wife just lost a family member, someone in her family died. She's under a lot of pressure under a lot of stress. She's got a job interview coming up. She's freaking out about that. The washer broke down and she had to wash her clothes for the job interview and she's okay. She's stressed. She's crying. You Walk in the room and she snaps you. And scream something you're yells at you in that in that one moment she's she's wrong for yelling at you. Right it's not appropriate. But because you don't have all of the stress on you. You love her, and so the point is to go. She's hurting. And to offer validation and see how you can help solve the problem rather than just going. You screamed something at me and then call her name and yell back at her because she unfairly attacked you right? Yeah, technically I guess you can say you guild at me. I and we could be in fifth grade, or we can have adult emotional intelligence and say she's hurting, so she screamed at me. She probably wouldn't have done under normal circumstances right so. Am and I agree with you David and I think about how the people that have had their businesses destroyed. You have white business owners that have had their businesses destroyed, and you have black business owners that have had their businesses destroyed and I frankly in many of these cases. I feel more pain for the black. Business owner because he's worked his whole life. To put the scratch together to build that business, and then these writers come along some of them of his own ethnic background, and they destroy his business. I've got tremendous compassion breaks my heart when I see these guys being interviewed tears in their eyes, I spent my whole life. My whole life savings everything I own. Is In this business and now it's destroyed. I feel tremendous. Compassion for him and I think we ought to have the same compassion regardless of the ethnic background of the guy who does that and whose business is destroyed I believe we should have the same compassion for a white business owner whose business has been destroyed by rioters as we do for a black business owner, whose business has been destroyed, and I think we both agree on that yet, Fischer. For sure. Yeah, we can move into that portion of it now. I think we have a pretty good understanding. I think that. One..
"fischer" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast
"Zen priest. Norman is the author of many popular books including his most recent publication. The world could be otherwise imagination and the body Safa Path in his fascinating conversation. You'll he norman share stories from his own spiritual journey from aspiring young poet living in the woods of Northern California to meditation teacher and celebrated author. Norman talks about how early encounters with death predisposed him to religious and philosophical inquiry. And how reading? The existentialist would pave the way for a fascination with sin. You'll also hear Norman discuss the topic of doubt rather than providing faith certainty. Buddhism provides a pop a set of questions in which we discover what life is and who we are. Lastly Norman talks about what it means to be a teacher of the Dhamma as well as his own relationship to himself as a teacher of Buddhism. I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too. I did have the first question that came to me and it was when I was just sent yo bio and it said that you have a title Zo Kit Sue. I don't know if I'm pronouncing it correctly. That's new to me and I was just wondering what that means. And what does it represent? Well it's not a title it's just it's just my name. So so maybe you're aware that in Zan when you or dane either as a lay disciple or has a priest and a lot of people will I. Dane is a lay disciple and then later ordains a priest. That's fairly typical. Get your given a diamond name. And everybody has a person's personal name and the personal name usually has four characters. So there's and and and it's a two two character names so Zo Ketziot is to character Zo and Keto and those are the first two characters of my four character personal name and the characters translate as Elephant Cave. Zo Is an elephant. Like there's these Japanese water dispensers with like big long snouts on. I don't know if you've ever seen in those are called Zo shitty or something like that L. Elephant container so so as an elephant and catch you as a kind of a cave or grotto where people meditate so The they say that In Asia in ancient times when they were looking for caves to meditate in there would be caves where that elephants would be drawn to because the caves would have like some kind of. I don't know if this is true but somebody told me this. The cage have some kind of mineral in the walls of the cave that the elephants would like to lick on and eat for their digestion. So the elephants would go into these caves in search of this mineral and then they would over centuries. I rub their flanks against the Cave. Making the cave like really nice and smooth and pleasant and then later on meditators would go in these caves and they called him. Elephant caves for meditation so That's very unusual name. I've never there's a lot of names that are common in Japanese character names. You hear a lot of names. A lot of them are names that were given in the past that famous monks nuns. You know but this is a really unusual name. I don't know why I have this name. My teacher gave it to me and when I ask them like how come you gave you the name. He didn't seem to remember having done it. And that's because I think that he was a very busy person and he had a lot of students. I don't think he really particularly noticed me. So he just probably have random names assigned to people randomly so. I don't think there's any special reason why I have that many but it's so people yeah people often think it's title they think. Wow this is some very special title. I never heard this before but the thing is I don't like titles I I don't I don't ever like to use any titles Nobody calls me Rossier Censeo or anything like that. They just call me by my name and in fact hardly anybody calls me Zo Coetzer. They just call me by English name. I had that impression that you want to into title so then when I sold that bio and it intrigued me and I was like wow. Maybe he's I've never seen that title before. Maybe he's got the highest one I've ever seen before. And so he might be compelled to use it. No no no. It's not a title so Who was a teacher that gave you that name? Richard Baker Richard Baker. And and. How did you meet him? Well let's see. I was studying zen in the Berkeley Zen Center and but the Berkeley San Center did not have the opportunity for monastic practice. So the San Francisco Zen Center which is a much bigger organization. Had A monastery at that time just just opened a few years before call. Tuskuhara and I went there for visit and I really wanted to go and do monastic practice and so in order to do monastic practice. You had to be a student of the San Francisco Zen Center system so I started attending. Dharma talks by Richard Baker and And that's how I met him just by I. I didn't really I eventually. Of course got to know him personally and still know him personally now but in the beginning I attended his Dharma. Talks like a lot of other people and I was one of the many many Younger people who were drawn to the San Francisco Zen Center in the very early nineteen seventies. So he gave you the names. O Kit Sue and that was your deigned name is that is that right. Well I I got that name as a lay ordained disciple and then when I was dating later as a priest I retain the same name I'll k. And normally it's full syllables. Did you say yes? Yeah well Yeah the last. Usually you only go by to The last two syllables are a wrench. Oh so my second. My first name Elephant Cave and then Rancho can be translated in various ways it the character's mean something like to to to face something and to shine Saw My my route teacher from Berkeley Mel Weizman translates that second game as turning toward the light which is a really wonderful translation. So so my England in English. You could say my name is elephant cave turning toward the light. I love it. I don't know I'm fascinated by this. Fan is very elastic. The Japanese in fact I've given dominating so many many people over the years and it means a lot to people right because your teacher in my case. I don't think my teacher particularly no mayor new. You know why he was giving me that name as I said a minute ago but usually when I give names I know the people right so I give them some poetic name from the Dharma and they appreciate it right because it's like. Oh Yeah I have a new name now. This is sort of my new destiny my new sort of path in life and so it is a beautiful. It's a beautiful thing to have these Dharma names. People enjoy them and they take them seriously and the in charge them. Yes and you said when you're explaining it. You said that you grew teacher. Mel Wise Men gave you This had had a translation. What did you mean by route teachers interested in that as well? Well he's you know you can have as you know you can have a lot of A lot of teachers a lifetime. Most people will have more than one just one teacher. But there's one teacher who is closest in whom usually it's the teacher that you start with an imprint. Sue initially in Dharma and so Mel Who's still alive now. He's in his. He's ninety. He was my first teacher. And when I introduced me to the Dharma and later after my initial ordination when it was time for me to receive Dharma transmission and full ordination. He was my teacher for that process. Allow so he. He's been my my main really my main teacher and the person who's Dharma. I am following more than anybody else. And so that was at the Berkeley and center. Well well we. I studied with him at Berkeley senator about five years and then after that as I said I wanted to do. Monastic practice in the monastery for about five years and then after that. I remain with the San Francisco Zen Center for the next baby. Twenty some years and moved from the monastery to Green Gulch farm zen center where I lived for another fifteen or twenty years. You would be Abbott Co Abbot of San Francisco Zen Center eventually. Yeah Yeah
"fischer" Discussed on Movie Crush
"You. Want to say hi to everyone again. All right well you can't come in from that way and I'm going to have to ask you to go back upstairs now just because it's not A. It's not an episode where I can feature you. I'm very sorry thank you. She's banging on the back door to all right. I think maybe we'll just leave that in there because he's been quarantined episodes and everyone knows her by now. She's made appearances. So thank you for talking about kids being natural and being kids and then I know I love it. Yeah the whole thing just like everything is so natural to me and movie and like you're right about the jokes like 'cause you have like the street wise teacher and you have the book wise. Yeah I mean the formulas there but formulas are okay like the the reason that people write screenwriting. Screenwriting is super duper strict formula for the most part gaff. But like Larry Fishburne character. Like Pre Matrix. Larry Fishburne is my favorite. I loved the Matrix but before the matrix he was just a different guy. I feel like and he. He manages to pull off this role. Like they don't have that trope of I won't say what they normally call it but sort of the magical black man that comes into the movie. They danced toward that. But he's not that and the movie is much much better for that. I think yeah I agree. There's one little wonderful scene to where like Josh asks. His mom like where does Vinnie sleep like? He doesn't know like he doesn't doesn't know about him and she's like I don't. I don't know that's kind of house addressed and like his characters. Great like he definitely. I love the thing was like what's your name. Don't tell them your name your kids you know. He's got talent. Write his name down right now. I saw him when I you know that kind of thing and you know it's going to end up being the like he has to put together both styles to become the kind of player that he is. And you know he's GonNa bring his clean out too early if he wants to be deal. It's great though it all works like the Ben Kingsley. Character and the Larry Fishburne character like. He said they're headed for a collision course than away. But I think in the hands I mean Steve Sawyer we have. You mentioned the writer and director One of the greatest riders in in the history of writing movies has only directed a few. But I think in anyone else's hands this movie could have been Really Really Schmaltzy. But he has such a such a deft hand as a writer I think he he did not let it veer into those lanes and it was his directing debut obviously like it was all his kid and when. I found out about the movie. I didn't realize what Zillion is like. I was just reading the liner notes of the soundtrack. They bought it on CD at the time because I loved it and like this weird is like. I don't love classical music but I love film scores and I think it's because classical music puts me on edge because there was always. It was playing in the waiting room at like dentists and like I don't have pleasant memories associated with it whereas film scores they do and some really good ones. I dislike I love and listen to over and over weird which movies do. Gatica has great score. But you wouldn't say graphic great great movie ever but like this movie to me has one of the best scores like Jay's horoscopes great and I was reading the liner notes that he went to San Francisco state which is where I went and I did not know that so I used to do a thing back in college to where I would write a lot of actors and filmmakers stuff like that too and they would often send me back signed photos of a bunch of science photos and stuff like that too because I was definitely an autograph collector early and some some people would actually write me back and write letters and I wrote him about like how much I loved the movie. And it's my favorite film and I think at the time I was at San Francisco state or I just graduated from it and you know I just find this out and it's great and a lovable. I just wrote him and he wrote me back and sent me a nice handwritten note having a thing someplace but just basically saying he's alive meantime in San Francisco. Whatever so cut to me working at second spin here in Los Angeles which was used in new. Cd DVD. Blu Ray place like Wilshire where we would buy stuff used things then solemn or whatever. That's how I built on my collection because I get things like very cheap a lot of DVD's and BLU rays for a dollar two dollars. Whatever but he sometimes people celebrities would come in there. Because it's you know like Los Angeles and one time. This kid teenage kid was like buying something and he gave a credit card and the credit card said Steven Zaillian on it. Sounds like Steve Zillion like the director writer. And he's like yes. My Dad now's like Please tell your dad. Hello for me and tell him that. Searching for Bobby Fischer is my favorite movie. And I thank you so much Kurt who's really excited about it and then like a couple of days later. He brought Steve Zaillian with him. Like brought his way to say hello and it means like to meet him so that was amazing. I mean we just talked a minute or two but yeah it was still really cool. I guess just crazy the stories of people that come in there because one time Janas Kaminsky came in and was buying box sets and I just looked at. I didn't know it was him because I didn't know what he looked like. But I saw his credit card and Guinness Kaminsky. And it's like you you lens movies beautifully. I love so much yourself man. And he's like Oh thank you like. He was very nice about it. I didn't family and I don't think he gets it that often you know so. That was one of the weird benefits of working at a retail store in Los Angeles Center. Sinophile would come in sometimes. Too early so yeah. So that's what I meant zillion and stuff to through his kid initially Which is kind of funny too. Because father son story met my filmmaking hero through father son connection so yes crazy. Yeah so I'm just going to read through some of the movies that he's written. His first movie he ever wrote was the Falcon and the snowman. Amazing what piece of shit he follows that up with awakenings Schindler's List Bobby Fisher clear and present danger mission. Impossible civil action gangs of New York Moneyball.
"fischer" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Like there's also like other practical shit like you know the down run. Mutual goals lifestyle ways to partner people partner differently. We'll look I appreciate you being so damn open and so sweet and so funny. I wish you have an appointment today so I got a picture downstairs and stuff but I I love talking to your so much fun. Thank you really like this. Is I not the first person to be surprised. Yeah I I I just feel like you know I shoot these. They're not sequentially. It's not like we record and it airs record in an air so when I say the last person I'm saying everybody's great but I'm saying this. This is so much better than the last one than the last person I recorded longtime ago. Whatever it just it's just fun? I'm having fun thank you. I've really enjoyed doing this. podcast yeah would you ever come back sure. Why not a true yeah? It wasn't that much of an inconvenience was no no. You're very well located. Oh good for my life okay. That's a good start. You have a podcast or you're doing one right. Yeah I talked about the podcast. So let's talk about. Yeah I'm doing a podcast with my best friend. Angela Angela Kinsey. It's called office ladies. Here's what we do every week. We Watch an episode of the office and then we chat about it and we tell all our behind the scene stories and Trivia that are you serious only because we were there so we can tell you although you can have like. Maybe Steve Carell rain we will. We will we'll have a other actors on but then we're GONNA have awesome people on like our editor Dave Rogers who knows absolutely everything about every episode and every person because he he was just in the basement editing all the time he knows literally everything so he's a fascinating person to talk to you. That is amazing. Our DP different directors. Yeah it's fun. It's really fine while the office liaises ladies it's on Wednesday's comes out on Wednesdays you can subscribe in when I don't know what time is it going to. Oh well. It premiered October sixteenth. What's your what's your handles? Oh I'm at Ms Jenna Fischer do follow me on instagram. No should that I could you I will now. That'd be cool. Do you have a separate instagram for your podcast. You find that difficult to manage. I have guy who doesn't Bryce who's amazing. Oh price does all the social she'll media so he's really but I actually do too and I I like things and I add things and I I. I listened to look at people's comments and stuff because I think that's important. I'd like to engage now. Well we have people can write us questions about episodes are things they wanna know and will answer the questions. I think people are going to really love this. I I hope so now. You have to pay commission to the office. I don't think so make money. 'cause you'll make money maybe right. You'll yeah when they buy add people buy. Ads is on the show. And just talk like it's it's like doing a DVD commentary of it with also our personal stories and then also just sometimes we just chat about our lives. You know rain on here. Yeah and yeah. He was great talked about. WHO's very up front and personal and like really got so so he just got you know? He's he's talked to be an asshole. Remember on the but I don't think if you ask people in the office they'd say I was an Aso being. I would get my head and I get you know a certain way you know. And he was just very honest and you know going through things and finding himself and all these things that you enjoy working with them. I love rain so that aspect of rain that he's talking about we. Just you know when you just have like a an uncle who gets real cranky. Sometimes that was rained real cranky but never he was never abusive he was never mean. You know. He's a warm wonderful nice guy he just you know would get cranky and In this sweetest way though and then you could just call him out on it and he thought it was funny. But I'll tell you something. Rain is the person that I would call if I was like deeply wounded or sad about something like in a moment of grief or in a moment of just like existential crisis he is the person listen to call. I trust him with my deepest secrets and my biggest hurts and everything. He's just a a soulful wonderful man. Do you know it's funny. You say that I don't know him as well as you do. Obviously but after sitting with him I felt that way too I felt like his his his he had just buried his dog. UGH came in here and he talked about how his wife and him they weeped and you know and they said their love and they just said you know and it was just like you could just tell that like. He's he's really there. Are those people who go through life going through the motions. Which I think was me for quite a while and now I'm really paying attention to things and really trying to be present has an mindful and all these things and just be a better person? Not that I'm a bad person but just feel more you know and I could just tell you know I you could call this guy. Yeah it'd be like Hey I'll be right over or hey what do you need. He's I feel that way too. Yes that's him. Yeah that sounds nice to work with people that like that yes well. This has been fantastic. I really really like you really liked it. This is so good. Yeah I can go on forever with you. Usually like to cut them. I'm off after an hour. You do so this is good. It's about an hour right. I feel like there's more we could say if I came back another time. Do you promise to come back another time. Yeah then you really do that all right. Let's Hi pal about this. How `Bout I will text you in the next baby? After six months great that will give a little time a separation. Yeah Jenna Fischer's coming back coming back and then we can. You can ask me like about my new life as a podcast see and then going into this just at the beginning now and I think that's a great idea. Yeah she promised I. I promised my friend Dax that he's GonNa be on the show again but he says he can't do it till December because he's shooting show. He's shooting the show that took over my timeslot plot. It's my my show got cancelled. So that's why he's so busy Jenna Fischer. This has been a real good. Thank you for allowing me to be inside of you Keep the Mug your mazing sale. It'll leave for me and the kids came out of the street. Yup.
"fischer" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Shame I have a home phone but it just doesn't record any messages I have. It's a landline. A true land line. So that in case of that emergency infant talking about grabbed a backpack. You we can call down down line one and they know where I am. You know what they tried to give me a digital landline which does not record your address and I had to really fight for that landline. I mean truly. I had to get in an argument with phone company about concerned about your privacy. I am because it sounds like it's been invaded before you're not only through this macy's whatever it was bad bad bad. Welcome beyond the yeah listening to me but before that were the things you were sort of paranoid like You know in the sets. Like which address should we give them. I'm GonNa give you alias. Names at hotels. Well yeah well you know maybe it all goes back to this when we were starting to become successful in office when the office was taking off and it was clear we were going to be on the air for a while and people were getting to know US household. Names are showrunner. Greg Daniels brought in a security expert and he made us have a meeting with him and the security experts spoke to us about how to maintain our privacy and safety and he gave Davis all these tips and he referenced. The one of his tips was never allow mail to come to your home address. Address to your real name because there was this this girl who was stalked and murdered an actress and it was from a postal worker. Who saw her name and address come through his post office? He figured it out where she lived. So that story haunted me so I have all my mail sent somewhere else and if you like if a family member meals a package to my house he also said if anyone ever sends anything to your house or leaves anything at Your House you should put it in a red folder. Because if you get murdered we'll start with the red folder comforting day. Listen everybody. I've got a red folder and I you know you'll get a call if I wind up dead if you've ever mailed anything to my house so you are. You are a little paranoid. I'm a little paranoid now. After hearing this I use toast meets all the time. Everybody knows my dress and I'm let me probably half the time. Even though I'm not a big star they go. Oh you're or someone will even say you're Michael Rosenbaum. What how do you know my name? Yeah when we do INSTA- card I make my husband answered the door. Uh even put my alias. The Guy who picked on me back in eighth grade. That's the alias. Name I use. Use your bully as your alias. Name what does that mean. Let's go into that want to interesting. Why does that was Kinda funny? Let's say it's Brennaman okay. Let's say it's Brennaman. I went to this hotel. The Sutton place place. Oh tell. I filmed smallville there for many years so while I was staying there and other projects and movies and while I'm at the Sutton place it's been years now since I had been at this hotel years us and my brother had come up when the show just started so he hasn't been up there for many years so we stay. We got a room at the Sutton. Because we were doing he came to visit. We were going to. I was doing another the project and long story short. We walk in and all of a sudden one of the bad guys goes good evening. Mr Brennaman and my brother goes Awesome you still. It was just this random moment. I hadn't seen this guy in ten years working there Mr brought on and I'm like I didn't know your name. Sorry about that. I bet he's still working there. He might believe he was Philippino. The C. You recognize them by his face. You'd recognize you. saw her percents loved him. I'd hugging right now. I believe you. You wouldn't I would need to do some background checks for are you. Are you hugger. Yeah yeah some people don't like hello and goodbye. It's fine my friends Stephen his wife it does not like hugs. In fact I remember the first time like I'm just I hugged the I'm just She goes she doesn't mind hogs that's going to be a problem for you in Los Angeles because has people hog. Hello a lot yeah. It's a big hugging setting. Are you hug Orion. They'll do hugs you do. Yeah I mean you you kiss me on the cheek sometimes times too. So that's you know that's nice. I do not kiss you on the show. You believed him very seriously wrong with that. You're very affectionate and I know we've we've no. We've we've established that boundary. Yeah I just I love my friends. I like to make them feel comfortable and sometimes uncomfortable or fun comfortable to you know I just. That's how I am. We sides other at the Sean. A mutual friend Sean. Guns wedding we did and I remember sitting there and you're talking about kids like hockey hockey. My son plays hockey right right and I just remember we had this conversation about life like work your member. It's not that we were both like who cares. But it was one of those things where like like work isn't me I don't like you just really are all about life and I think he probably had to take time and figure that out like you said before you don't WanNa be you just want you love to acting. Yes and yeah and I still love acting I love performing and really I think think in my heart especially love live performance theatre but to do theatre. It's very for me. I really lose myself myself. And maybe that's why I like it so much because I really do get into the character so deeply and it's a very self absorbed narcissistic experience wants but one that I'm not willing to do while I have small children because I don't want to leave them. It's not a physical leaving. It's like emotional spiritual leaving when I get so absorbed in theater but it's what I love about it so much and so when they graduate from high school all I like to go back to doing theater inside of US brought to you by Everley. Well the amazing at home wellness tests. That helps you better understand Dan. Your Health Ryan. I just received every well at home lab tests and tested for myself. This is easy. They give you this little thing. They bring this little card which is easy to prick your a little finger. You put your finger down get some blood put it in the thing you ship it off and they just return your test of what you're allergic to what you're You know you have normal. Blood lead readings for whatever. It's easy to see like. Oh well I've been doing this and maybe I shouldn't be because I'm allergic to it and maybe I'll feel better so when you like to know what you're allergic you too. Do you ever wake up and feel like Oh my God I feel like Shit. Why well maybe? Because I don't know I had a pineapple last night before I went to bed. Oh it can be pineapple or could it my blood was abnormal seventy-two high. I can't have effing pineapple so every we will help me so now I won't feel like crap and if I feel like crap then I'll go to have last night traces of pineapple. Or what have I might have had some tuna. I don't respond really. I am a little abnormal a tuna..
"fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio
"From Jenna Fischer joining us on the season of stars here at Animal Radio Lots of giveaways this hour and <hes> in fact <hes> well. Let's not do that now. We'll do that in just a few minutes stacey when he working on flea and tick season <hes> here and you know what your house could be making your tick problem worse. I'll tell you about it coming up on animal radio news lying three we yeah is it warm. Hi How you doing hi Dr Arnn fine. Thank you for the opportunity to ask you a question. What's doctor? Basically I have my cat. Buddy has been with me since nineteen ninety nine and <hes> I noticed that lately when my cat buddy grooms grooms himself he's pulling some hair out <hes> he has batches now of skin without hair around his ties and I was just wondering you know why that would be he's an in and out cat and <hes> <hes> the only <hes> stress we you know I live alone with him and he lives alone with me but the only stress that we got now is an ant infestation in our place and the and let's get to his food and buddy comes to me and I opened you can't forum and throw away the deal you know Kansas got all the ants and it's been a battle. I don't know if that that's stressing him out. What yeah and you know itchy cast when they're pulling their hair out of the first things we really look at it or whether there's something medically going on or if we think there's something behaviorally or psychologically going on in the honest truth? Is that eighty percent of itchy cats. They're pulling out hair flea. Allergy dermatitis is the likely culprit so if you're Keady does go outside and you live in a flea of Iria <hes> that's the number one thing that we focused on. We work on <hes> besides that the next things down the list tend to be allergic skin disease and that can be things like outdoor allergens food allergies and it can even be things like insect allergies so <hes> cats can actually be allergic two things <hes> crawling around the environment <hes> especially if they are they're getting close up and personal with those critters so those can be some things so I would definitely work in getting that ant problem problem taking care of and if that means picking up the food <hes> limiting the time that it's down because that definitely is one thing you can control pretty easily by just taking some that opportunity away I do I do I mean I he then he walks away and then he eats and then when I noticed that he's done I go and I grabbed the food before the and get to it but there is a <hes> <hes> <hes> a cat outside the cat and his friend and I wonder if maybe maybe he's getting some picks from <unk> her or I mean it's possible you know if he's going outside. He's definitely in a higher risk group and and fleas. It doesn't take much you know they only spend about five percent of the time on the on animal and they'll actually be in the environment so <hes> the bulk of the time so one of the main things that I would direct you to do is because this can be very frustrating when we're dealing with <hes> cats house pulling out here a lot of times we WANNA blame it on behavior and talk about stress and things that upset them but <hes> there's actually been a lot of research on this and one important piece of research they found that seventy six percent of calves that were believed to have <hes> behaviorally driven <hes> problems where they chewed their chew themselves and pulled their hair out. Seventy six percent of them were actually medical causes that just undetected so that means that that very small lesson one in four is going to be something that's more behavioral so I would work really hard hard on the flea allergy possibility and you may need to even see a veterinarian about <hes>. There's a product called Cap Star that you can give as an oral medicine and that is one of the best <hes> quickest casse kills to help <hes> decrease flea burden that can really help with <hes> <hes> determining whether or not we have a flea allergy <hes> so that's one big thing now for <hes> other types of approaches for allergies food allergies a big thing and that would require a commitment to a special diet as well so you would have to work with your veterinarian on that and make sure he's not getting other things <hes> but beyond that then we really get into the nitty gritty medications that we might use things that are in the antihistamine family for itching or things is that might be more geared towards behavioral driven things so <hes> for me I'd say before I'd say I want to try giving your kitty uphill and who wants to give their cat fell right. We'll look at some of the other things that we might be able to tackle here. When it comes to flea control well thank you? I'll take that I'll mention that cap star medicine that you mentioned and and <hes> An and you know he'll he'll take a look at them and you know but he definitely needs nieces and you know now you mentioned. I haven't been putting his he hasn't had his free treatment in a while. So that's what I need to do now that summer's coming yeah yeah and this is a this is going to be bad season when it comes to parasites all the way around fleas ex you name it so yeah yeah you definitely want to be vigilant. Sometimes we will even with veterinarians direction with some of the different products will even increase the frequency from once a month every two weeks so that might be another thing inquire with the product and with your veterinarian there okay well. Thank you very much Dr. You're welcome thanks for calling. This is Dr Debbie. We're here at one eight six six four zero five I eight four zero. 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"fischer" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"So I'm Lisa Fischer from that lens, and I don't have because it's my first cycling sees it and my seconds grits. So it's a big one. In the begin. I'm writing on each shadow. It's it's a Dutch. Yeah. The chip. Rent. It said, hey, it's not say, very popular. Yeah. Yeah. I could use it for. What do you like most about fifty? Well, it speed is very fast. And I just short short race. In the atmosphere, fourth it's all about throat cycling, my main thing and that. I first free weekends. I wanted to scare and maybe if I having some some rota grits in I will give it for. Say on the call apply rounds. How did that guy? That was good. I rain with so much. In worse livery so a bit hesitant cautious and everyone is kind of on edge. And some guys are willing to take more than others that slow it down and make it more twitchy or I've to they should have to slow down dependent waste energy in the front to stay safe. So I did speeds and whenever I felt like a serious coming jump. And then if the corner I slowed down again and then in the final last live on the backside. By one guy coming through the finish line. Are that last quarter? I didn't wanna crash. One. So talking about the risk, especially with the points. Actually, my quite bit the point system. The Eiffel stunned teams feel like easing off a bit more in the rounds or still trying to each race. Head. I always want to finish the shrimp. Crashing. Value adding. You know what I mean? Just talking quickly about trying to go about how you woman author these events. How you do anything else? Deep but you'll sit close. It's been about. I do really hard winded effort cover fully from that five minutes. Three minutes. Okay. Cycling gigs for gas..
"fischer" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me
"Any other recommendations off for places to learn that that you use that you thought were really helpful a singh took top of the loose to be with us city this loads of really good contents on a few of them all or the number of them are free on the defend trusted uh which i'm use insulin journalist gripped earned some a script on similar i'm which still on dan i think uh could gut emmy thus also some of the eye of several free causes on is very directive use using it's just the practice what suit or to flint immediately so i think the the tree on with dr a my list i'll chaos and fischer repeat those where you dasuki free could go unquote academy of hat he dastardly freakout can't cut academy awesome lap think most of the listeners already now your thoughts it will definitely include links to the show nuts while thank you so much all for for coming on the show and sharing how you got started an android developmenh in your plans for the future is rarely great talking with you lastly where can people find you online mode batons lose oh overs and to do so those they will lose on am under two zero c hit i d e r e o also fears buco thus el views boats she d'oro elvis though see hitch a d e r e on own medium same thing elvis cheater your great will thank you so much for coming on and you for having me.
"fischer" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Jeff fischer looks like he drafted todd girlie because he wanted to watch todd girlie have sex with is what and mike gamma girl would mike can't let my 10 look i know here's the thing let me my can't look at girlie without thinking of girlie having sex and jeff fischer not jeff fischer having sex just also thinking jeff richards fissures in a robe with a mug drinking coffee black his air i mean i can't look at pete carroll without figgis give him my wife of tennis lesson and hit nod i am earlier my career i was at a nightclub with a bunch of teammates and a man came up to me in one of my teammates than uh offered up his significant other we looked at each other like we i mean i i am not now nor have i ever been like a national type of bigname or even a big name in mapra ticker city so i was this there how was it more work you think about a stray dog is brought to you by stray dog wireless nationwide coverage on america's largest immersed defendable four g lte network done liberal tarred is now eating it out of my hand it like a oh the pigs and they're all old now he's a follow that stu god's what's your sapin there i finished you just threw out a slabbert piece of my face now that was his laura else's otto baggio i gotta week stomach man terry up half it i so i want to get involved no no no no no.
"fischer" Discussed on Inside The Exorcist
"Obviously not true other times obviously true if you look at that movie you should watch that movie take a look at it again because you'll see that it's just this this like incredible um um burst of imagination around something that was true but something that's clearly not trend kind of the line between what if somebody call this show meta met what would what they call it what what what was the term hartford hit i though that was the other we're calling it meta but i don't remember when met a factor something like that meta factual i don't know well i think that's that's that's honestly like for a designer that's the most interesting kind of show to work on because you get to blur the lions and banned and you're not moored two oh did this this has to be a factual representation of you know it's like uh i watched a what was it recently uh uh it was the saudiiraq right movie uh that fischer made uh all the facts are are there like the stuff really happened um but they take and eight he spends inordinate attention to detail and getting the details right stuff that most viewers bone ever notice but it creates a whole but it's not a documentary it's not moored in the tradition of a strict journalism so there's artistic license which which is i think what you're talking about with that with that uh show gazan monsters uh and your inspiration for that to bring that to these series to use it as a leaping off point to be creative to tell stories to embellish and be creative.