20 Burst results for "Flavius"

"flavius" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"flavius" Discussed on People of the Pod

"And I'm like, I would love to sit in the room and come up with more ideas and better understanding and more collaboration, but I'm telling you it's not going to be solved. It's not ending. And I think that this attitude that I've had for many years is an attitude that allows you to wake up in the morning and be okay. Because if you kind of wake up in the morning and feel as a Jew that you're threatened and attacked and you're under dress and you're under siege and you marginalize and all of that and I have to solve this or else it's very this can be exhausting. It can kill you emotionally and physically probably and it's like anxiety inducing. So I suggest to all of us to take a seat, chill out, know that this is never gonna end and always do our part. Always do our part. And I think that's a healthier way to kind of look at it and be around it. Keeps you sane. Can't you say? Yeah, because it's true. If I'm going to look at my job as if it's not going to get solved, I have failed, then I better not do it. 'cause you look at history and, you know, josephus flavius. I talked about this in my book, right? Wrote a book called the antiquity of the Jews in 74 AD because of pagan anti semitism. So he was so bothered by it at the time in Rome before there was Christianity or Islam or anything. People hated the Jews and he felt so bonded by it that he had to write this epic epic book with like a bazillion volumes. People think that it's going to end now? No, it's not going to end. But it's okay. We've been around. We'll survive this. So let's talk about your book, Israel, a simple guide, a simple guide to the most misunderstood country on earth. It is simple. You do make it pretty clear and simple in a black and white case of why. But why is Israel so misunderstood? So there were a couple of reasons that I named my book the way that I did. It's Israel, a simple guide to the most misunderstood country on earth. So first of all, simple I used because every time you talk to people, the first thing that they say, when you talk about Israel, they go oh my God, it's so complicated. I don't know. It's so complicated, right? And I'm like, no, it's actually not that complicated. It's actually not that complicated. The Jewish people deserve the right for self determination and self governance and some parts of their ancestral land. That's it. It's not that complicated. That's number one. And number two, the reason I said it's the most misunderstood country on earth, it's obviously not a the most misunderstood country on earth, right? Like I was like joke that I know nothing about Bali or like Denmark. The governance system of Denmark. I have no idea, right? But what I wanted to point out was the discrepancy between how little people know about Israel and how strong their opinions are about it. So I wanted to make it simple because I can because I'm Israeli and American and I know how to tell the story and explain it to people and I know that a lot of the listeners they find it very difficult and very challenging and I think that at least from the responses that I'm getting, I was able to find a way to explain it and it's a history book that's easy to read. It's fun and it's funny, you know, God forbid. Talk about Israel and the fun and funny way, right? So that's what I was attempting to attempting to do in this book and it seems like it worked out. It is very funny. I did laugh out loud in parts.

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"flavius" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

07:20 min | 9 months ago

"flavius" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"How to translate it today. Or what secrets are waiting to be decoded. This time we'll explore two possibilities regarding who wrote and hid them. Then we'll discuss the claim that one scroll leads to buried treasure. We have all that and more coming up, stay with us. This episode is brought to you by Samsung. Meet Galaxy S 22 series. The new standard in smartphones. Now with an incredible camera that allows you to capture crystal clear photos and videos, even at night, and the amazing, bright display, doesn't miss a single detail of your favorite memories or shows and movies. Galaxy S 22 series lets you stay ready to capture memories for hours with a long-lasting super fast charging battery. Get your Galaxy S 22 series today at Samsung dot com. This episode is brought to you by egg land's best. When it comes to good food, take the mystery of what you'll buy out of your next grocery trip. At least when it comes to eggs, egg lands best is the only egg you should buy for your family. They're tasty and nutritious, providing 6 times more vitamin D, ten times more vitamin E, and 25% less saturated fat than ordinary eggs. Because you and your family deserve only the best. For more information and delicious recipes, visit eggland's best dot com. This episode is brought to you by ADT. Mysteries are always fun to unravel, but not when it comes to your home security. Luckily, there's EDT. They now professionally install Google nest products with their smart home security, which means plenty of smart devices to help you protect what matters most. Because ADT believes the smarter the home, the safer the security. To see how ADT can help make your home smarter and safer, visit ADT dot com. About 2000 years ago, a group hit hundreds of priceless religious texts in caves along the dead seas West Bank. And frankly, that's all we know for sure. Historians, politicians, and religious leaders have debated the Dead Sea scrolls origins since their discovery in the 1940s. The scrolls could potentially reshape or understanding of the origins of major world religions, and even humanity. To understand their potential significance, we need to take a step backward in time. Around 5 86 BCE, Babylon's king Nebuchadnezzar invaded Jerusalem. The soldiers ravaged the city and destroyed the temple of Solomon, a massive structure roughly 20 stories tall and 180 feet long. The temple was more than a building or an ordinary house of worship. It was the center of Jewish religious life. The temple was so important today it still represents a way for historians to measure time periods in Jewish history. They called Nebuchadnezzar's assault, the end of the first temple era. During the invasion, the army took thousands of Jewish people hostage. A half century later, the Persian conqueror Cyrus the second defeated Babylonia and freed the captives. Immediately, they returned to their homeland and began rebuilding their temple. They completed it in 5 15 BCE. This marked the start of the second temple era during which the Dead Sea scrolls were hidden. Evidence suggests that during the Jewish exile, the massive nearby qumran structure was empty. As we discussed last time, we're unsure why it was originally built. Some archeologists suggested it had been a military fortress. Others thought it was a luxury villa, some evidence pointed to its use as a pottery factory or warehouse. It may have served multiple different purposes and housed generations of inhabitants over the years. This seems especially likely because in the early 100s BCE, an unknown population moved in. They rebuilt qumran and expanded it, constructing multiple living and dining rooms, kitchens, pantries, and the iconic tall stone tower. Most importantly, they added a series of small aqueducts that fed baths around the area. We still don't know what purpose the bath served, but we do know they weren't in use for long. A historian named flavius josephus, who will discuss more later, wrote of a serious earthquake that hit the region around 31 BCE. Archeological evidence suggests the structure caught fire around the same time, likely as a result of the earthquake. It also may have cracked one of its stone staircases. Modern historians believe the people abandoned qumran rather than repair it. But this is where history gets murky in part because it's unclear who lived in qumran in the final years of the second temple era. One group has emerged as the most likely suspect, the essenes. Much of what we know about the essenes comes from ancient historians like flavius josephus and pliny the elder. However, the Dead Sea scrolls authors also wrote a bit about their own history. One document called the Damascus scroll was originally written sometime in the first century BCE. It discusses the essenes past, but the narrative is vague and steeped in religious terminology. This was a common practice at the time. For example, many researchers now believe the Bible's book of revelation written in the 90s CE was an allegory of the contemporary political situation in Judea. The Dead Sea scrolls may have been no different. The Damascus scroll tells us some kind of schism within the Jewish priestly class. The scrolls authors were disgusted by what they perceived as serious corruption in Jerusalem. As the story goes, the scroll authors left the city to establish their own unique branch of Judaism. But divorced from their religious leaders, they felt lost and unrooted. Eventually, a man known as the teacher of righteousness took the lead. Unfortunately, the exact identity of the teacher was lost to history, but he likely presided over the group when they found their new permanent settlement, which is believed to be qumran. The Roman historian pliny the elder, said the essenes lived along the West Bank, but far enough away, they couldn't smell the Dead Sea's stench. This description fits qumran, located a mile from the shore. Pliny also described their isolated monastic lifestyle, saying they had only.

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"flavius" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Edition and start with some aqueduct chatter and go back to the Saturday card, which it was so funny as at some point Saturday I pulled over, you know, run through my Twitter while I'm getting gas or dinner or whatever it was and I see David Aaron going to tweet something to the effect of like another crazy result. I don't know what to like completely mystified. And so start looking through the results later at night and I see a 46 to one in a 7 horse field, where the other longest shot was 9 to one. So not only the last choice, but like the way last choice. And I'm like, okay, well, maybe it's that he was talking about, then I get scanned further. Oh, there's a two to 5 after that. But then the feature, the already schiller, obviously a crazy result. Now, a few scratches, obviously, there's some MTO. So field pass ended up not going. But they ended up with a field of 9 and they already shiller going a mile on the turf, which it looks like on TV that they start like a tiny little bit in the chute, but really I don't think it's that. That exaggerated. I always I'm excited about Tampa because we have the turf shoot and I remember at Gulfstream park west, loving those races, but also realizing how many subtle trips come out of that shoot because you're essentially it's like a two and a half turn race, if not a full three turn race. And so losing ground coming out of that shoe, and then going right into the next the first turn, the quote unquote first turn, it can really not be great. And you obviously get horses that shuffle around a little bit and so you'll get some funny trips in these races. They already shiller. Like I said, they kind of start at least it looks like on TV like they start as the track is straightening away. But I remember it Gulfstream west they would show the like the overhead view like on the when they would do the replay show Ron nicoletti would come on and he would do the track and weather conditions. I love how Ron talks. He's got kind of that horse voice. Mister safi Joseph junior. He always holds the last name. He's the best. But he would do like the track weather conditions and they would show kind of an overhead shot of the turf course and you would see that coming out of the shoot like they really don't straighten into the lane. Like it's kind of a rolling turn into the lane and then right into the turn. And obviously, it's a little different from track to track and aqueduct. There is a little bit of straight, but not a whole lot. And so these races I always love to watch them because I think you can find some some interesting trips and stuff. But like this race, the Artie schiller kind of ended up proving to be like the antithesis of all that thought because it just did not work out that way. Sent off as your favorite of my little charcoal. There we go. Set off is your favorite flavius down toward the inside with Jose Ortiz, of course for Chad Brown at the judgment. I tell your daddy Tom Morley's horse, who's great at stakes winner over the summer. In here, march to the arch in here. And wide open bedding group of sorts. It was almost 5 to two on flavius is the favorite and a few bombs as well. But let's take a listen back to John and brielle's call of the Artie schiller from Saturday at aqueduct. And they're off. It is Ronaldo who's going out for the early lead flavius is down at the rail now, bodie cream moves up on the outside. They come under the line for the first time and it is Ronald the leader. Bodhi creams on the outside and second and then it is flavius and tell your daddy, they are heads apart, third and fourth. Olympic runner is in 5th position. Looking to come through with the rail is on March to the arch on the outside is NYC and at the back of the pack breaking the rules and mandate. The opening quarter mile over the good turf in 24 and three 5th seconds and it is Ronald showing the way here leading by a length and a quarter. Bodhi cream runs in second, tell your daddy on the outside now moving up from third. Flavius is down at the rail and in fourth, then NYC and mandate followed by Olympic runner breaking the rules and on March to the arch, down at the fence. The half and 49 and four. And it is still an Aldi with the lead here and Aldi's in front. Tell your daddy in second with bodie cream and third as they go around the far turn. Rinaldi and tell your daddy, they are one two. Bodie creams and third mandates on the outside and forth and flavius is down at the rail then and YC and breaking the rules on the extreme outside three quarters went in one 14 and two. They are in the stretch and it is still Ronald. Here's tell your daddy and on the outside it is mandate three of them across the track for the lead. Flavius has moved to the outside as they come down for the finish now and his mandate looking to pull off a huge upset here and mandate has done it. 40 four to one mandate. Wins they already sell her. 44 to one, but what if I told you an underlay on the more.

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"flavius" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there

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Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG

Venture Stories

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG

"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there

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"flavius" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"I wish thing is distraught. Akiva boys i mean. Employees sometimes forces of the market is just too big to count the japan congestion and high rates for some time to come so sky. High shipping rights logjams at ports and the delta disaster and on top of that the industry gets a bad rep vilis real risk around error communities. They've been given wider say. The industry is damaging the pristine environment and ruining communities as a spry and walkaway concept. You can see how so strenuous people come upon the trays and then they walk away. Sixteen years ago you wouldn't know thought about closing down the beach that just takes king toy to pick up the big logs and keep them in the we lose that rural infrastructure that rural employment. You can just get a truck after truck after truck inside some picking on a socially as well as i believe mostly mentally. Today we look at the pros and cons of owning a forest a lot be involved in the forest industry over four years. And i've never been more confident about the future for forestry dates phil taylor of the forest owners association and he'd have a firm owned by a us family who have forest in new zealand and he has his own tile to tell about a bed and basement. And this is ellen. Laurie bossy some of those reports in the negative slob. That's on forestries. And and on somewhat flavius hayes afforest manager and consultant who started his career in forestry. Nearly fifty years ago as woodsmen nobody wrote the roll book. On what you would do. And what the need index across will business would be coded and fisted willed. And and so. We're all challenge but what we experienced with the last. Dan was of course a resurgence of business which was what embracing people was. Climate change awareness looking at farces of fiszmans weakening. Awful of garis inquiry straight business. Run across the sky from people wanting to plant a couple of days of trays. People wanting to buy several hundred is of trees and the wonderful thing is that people are looking at a wide range of variety of species. Not just radio pine. They're looking at the first civilian. Read would force but ellen. Why are you guessing. Siamese inquiry so much interest because you could say they. They're hurdles every step of the way for investors and forestry. I read your monthly newsletter. Now the latest one that you put out you know. I'm reading about the high cost of shipping for a start and then the fact that a million cubic meters of logs are sitting out on boats. Somewhere around the world. And that's only one part of the whole chain of forestry right so what's good about. It really pleased. They quiz the opportunity answer and You know if you like with the real oil is why would you be because in fact if you look at all of the paints buys negative impulses the need the meat and the bottom line to all of this is that re tunes from growing forests on a pity if isis across lame to new zealand remains some of the highest of any sydney hottest amongst to commodities so even though shipping costs the hottest of obeying faked more than double the availability so out of selling bras china almost double what the historical levels have been and so yes. There are challenges but the rewards there we have. Many forest aren't as shareholders visted on. I twenty six twenty eight years ago or about the harvest and pleasantly surprised by the what they can to shave and certainly does nothing of a pastoral farming enterprise. They could have exceeded that and people say. Oh well this concerns about half of new zealand. We'll finish up from trees not so the simple reason as that far street is profitable but on forest growing leaned forest ernest cannot afford for example to buy expensive lane in some of the pastoral farming properties for sheep and beef fifteen thousand dollars. Eight hundred four. Three simply cannot afford to compete. So the you're right. And she say got on the phone to you straight away. When new zealand's lockdown was announced was an instant change in the price as well and fate during lockdown in in the weeks leading up to the market was essentially what we call sydney on. Its hands in other words. It wasn't writing wasn't writing. Letters of credit wasn't writing contracts because everybody is ada scenes those change occurring in process with flooring in bosses suddenly. Sit on the hands not wanting to sign anything until they could see the bottom fell so whilst there was a lot of communication the need baked was a really there was no price in the market which was quite an extraordinary thing. Only speaking ring somebody find. What are you prepared by the logs. We throw period of posted three weeks with nobody was prepared to even offer price of the mac. Some guys would being shipped to china where they had a prostate. And it's very scary stuff when this us to them. When you asked about the in-baik dog that the million cubic meters of logs setting china in what the impact across new zealand ports. Well the great thing about five is the government bill out of the continuing loading of missiles when we headquarter build up of stock at some ports town gives particularly when encoded did allow us to clear those sports not completely but they got the numbers right down whilst coming in inside. it's been great for the new zealand. Started just to clear away some volume and then on the china side they need a big hasn't been felt because a million cubic meters sitting on his live normally as a normal day for the volume's going in is about a half a million giving me sitting invisibles off china county a million which is way too high. Why is it that there is double the usual amount of woods sitting on ships off. China is it just real relation to the covert crisis. I'm sure it's not related. But the primary discussion will probably coming is being around at coded is impacted both new zealand in joyner right so we've had list people off too much ships because in new zealand is just pure labor availability thing and china sydney the most discussions as you said it's around lake of.

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"flavius" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Anyway and that's now that's how i got underway and here it is Twenty years on monday night going on the sixteen now on sunday is it the same. Was it the same thing as it. Currently is now that you you get tons before the games with the coaches and interview them and if so does that mean you you had your first one. Your first broadcast coaches meetings with with landry and parcels does. That's the way it went. The that was the case that was the case. How landry and then the. He paul hackett in that meeting as well packet. I think it was the offensive coordinator of the of the cowboys and in parcells came into the meeting. Flavius joe morris who is their number one back jailing up and he was holding out at that point. Know some new to the game. At least i didn't know build that point. So i said a big of a deal. Is it of jones. Employee goes about the little like that. It's like okay. Don't always not denigrate you any malicious way. But it was always like no matter. What question to ask. Bill had to be the contrarian in terms of an answer. Anyway i love. I wound up the low and parsoes governor for years. He almost became the analyst on monday. Night football in two thousand and opportunities that right. I didn't know that yes he did. Yes and pass on it. yeah. I know i'm jumping around your. Please go in night. Yeah no end up so frank leaves. After ninety seven dwarfs gone after ninety eight at work with boomer esiason ninety eight with debt with theodore for ninety nine just the two of us in two thousand don almir comes in to produce the show and he wants to. He wants to do something really different and the really different thing that he did. Of course as we are dennis miller. But that's a different story before. We hired dennis so that role was going to go to parcels. These bill was now leaving football. He coached the jets. They at the whole thing going on. Where bill's gonna move into the front office. Maybe this is the whole bellichik year. This is the not going to be the hce of the y. J. year rights. He got ballot. Check getting the job. And then walking away from it to go to new england for our cells gone. Does he really want to do front office. Where or does he want to go to. Abc and bill nye at two very very long discussions on the phone and the thing about parsoes was he always had all of the answers right. We're your questions but we sped too long to very long our share of bone. He must have asked fifty questions. Have everything would work. It was great and they re. He's such an intelligent man is knowledge of football of courses is superb and at the end of the day the end of our conversation. He said. I don't want to take the job or not. I try. I try his own. Take the job on golf. Tonal thing. I wanted to take the job. And then he should. I don't know how to take the job he should if i do. I'll be the best analyst ever ever. And i should bill. I said that's all. I want to hear because i don't want this to be a halfway house for you. Guys get outta coaching and come back into coach right. We should hold much so if you haven't gotten your coaching jollies it. They're not out of your out of your body. This means too much to the rest of us. And that's when he said what he said about he'd be the best ever and of course. It was a part of me that knew that he had to go back to coaching at some point. Of course that happened in. Oh three when he began to coach the cowboys for he would he would have been terrific agree because that's the one you know. Obviously madden is one of the all time greats attic because he talked in a language that people completely understood in a from folksy to plane to just just described that describing. The obviously collins has that gene in him as well. The way that you could just describe something and it doesn't sound like you're it filled with jargon it's just normal plain english that makes sense you know and i think bill would have been great that with mad. Doing they make it fun to make not only interesting. But there's a. There's a a a lightness to to as well as none of the you know the three technique in you know the wide not when you get into that too but you need you gotta come away from that sub and see the bigger broader picture and. I've been fortunate with john and chris over the last almost twenty years. Now don't Doesn't get any better than that and they. You know what it is a rich. It's communication those guys. Know how to communicate. They know how to connect with the audience. And that's why you know. John just he understood. What was he understood. What what it means to listen to somebody. I mean to me. I've always when i enjoy myself from obama. Lister a i wanna. I wanna make sure that i'm well what i'm saying is interesting. Informative point with with me as as as viewer. So you try to put yourself in the viewers position. What does he need to what does he. What does he have to know. What's fun to know what's different And you're trying to of flip the very little bit to think of yourself as a listener as well as a communicator. Right and then talk about things that you know in again normally Or plainly i guess would be the way to put it in you know madden. You had a seat next to him. Hearing the way that he would communicate. You know the the thing that i will always live with me isn't from his game but from his pro football hall of fame speech about the busts talking to each other. It's just was. It was such a fan thing to say like you know and you know they talk. What do they talk about when the lights go out. And then one of the last lines he said. It's gonna be having one of those busts in there talking forever and ever talking about whatever and that was like almost tree and you know what i mean like. That's yeah i miss him. I miss that guy but obviously you. And he's he's one of the scores people ever. I mean look at john larger than life and he's scuttled the sound affection of boom and the whole thing but people don't understand this is a man who knows a lot about a lot and am i seven years with john. I mean we had some great great times and most of them dealt with like dinners or discussions. We had about things other than football. We spent enough time on football. We got it. We knew it. And we're doing a game every week but john could discuss. Anything is very curious man very of course going around the country. That's what he always wanted to do. He he loved. You know stopping in the coffee shop in goodland kansas and get another people and that's That's i think. Part of the reason john was able to connect as a communicator. With like every demographic every part of the country. Well i'm gonna finish up with you the way i'm planning to finish up with all the other interviews for for this ten part series of just getting started on nfl voices and broadcasters and it's the best piece of advice she received in your career what what was it in. From whom would you say. Well i would say it's kind of it's it's a little odd away but i'll never forget. I loved kurt gowdy as a broadcaster luck and i got to do the nineteen seventy two world series with him when i was doing the cincinnati reds and we won the pennant and actually had met kurt when i was in college and he was doing the red sox and i i played a tape for him as training so he knew about me..

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"flavius" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"The duck and cover okay and then last thing about all my heated. He'd never swore spoke to his brilliance earlier. Not the mindset of contention between his life vanity. how rare is dad brother mazzone or whatever. Various katie can that also spoke to the sensitivity. Don't be so fatty. Is being harsh sentences plus being censored yourself separating yourself walmart i have to ask you the to if there are two discussions that always come up the wire one of them is about the depiction of violence within the inner city. And i've read you know you had a couple of great quotes that that you be a little apprehensive about some of that that that violence only begets violence hatred hatred. Was there what what did you is. The the the greater benefit to is that you know showing that i guess was almost a necessary way of teaching pleasure point right. Is that why you were like. How did you regard that violence on Within the community. I mean leviathan on the show of the vileness on well on on the show which was now being used to illustrate. Welcome problems. where there. I mean dose. Gorey's came from the bottom of trying and baltimore. The city one in this country was negative club. And about well cared about you. Know was there was a lot of corruption. And so the wire out there. No one here you know. And he i discovered in particular. See all kills long but am to king's the character great mind viewed of mind ambition king. God he's going to know until his dad. You know of look at kim reminded me it just kind of showed me flavius onto us his take on to communicate retail and we gotta use his guns shed the blood just i wanted had a hard time the other the other issue. Shes people debate is i guess. It's less openly discussed. But and maybe it's a naive even break. But i just curious i i understand the need for authenticity in the show and i think that was one thing that really got well but the fact that you know at the end were used as often as the f. is used in pulp fiction. It's not that it's not that we can. We pretend we never heard it before. But i just wonder. Does it bother you in a way that the pro when people are using it more you know the way it makes it like sexy to hear that question facing call me nigga kid down six facing negative phases where i know what you dealer. I know what i'm dealing with key partition table saying. Don't mind fuck me don't do that. That's not real. Before the game is that i would say genetics going insists asked what else stay busy. So so bad he no. This is the why show full much. It's not just no. It's not just the space this show the country into y coaching trouble. Initial shovel mapping. No looking back. When i when i look back and i look at seasons through one. What caesar's on hold fucking far on the docks saying we don't vote lease fucking his co. Coming from what else can we come in. We'll our come in the port. So you know you and like too much rebels right in your life. Blessed me to continue working on work with which you know. I get to travel around the country. You know not going places. And one thing i noted y you're we city state got the country talking rolled out the scene in boston at the scene. Pittsburgh seen in harrisburg this age. Cut their country. We pretend that to turn up to the light of applaud about coaching about society new systems. That fail it. Look all day waiting for super bowl. That season four again. So it's like no good if you want to well you know i just walked say of course and i mean i think the value of showing being honest about the way things really are. Obviously i mean. We're not talking about saved by the bell harvard. We're talking about the wire. We're not apprach obama's not calling somebody else's favorite categories call us. I think that it shows that you made a you reached an audience that thing at hall. I don't be step affectionate after your anybody. Having to box. I said your saying has a new york. Got a kid from boston. That your mentor. Fucking paul for this is not brainstorm brook. You'll appear proper. The best case the world off the streets one was country swap kid. Don't come natural kidman and laura. It only does so much talk. A really really was talking like over. The next thing is it. Seems like you know. An actor is really lucky. If they're on one great sean. Their life beyond too is unbelievable. And so i want and so soon after the first so because really now we're talking about sport. What god i. I heard you capetown. Which is where my mom's from. I was just there too and i saw great place man cave down. You're there working and you heard you were having some fun and then much easy to do with the vineyards and everything. So now you're in the most beautiful place in the world and get another phone call. I guess or what would you know. I was having this from westbound and it was assigned to.

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"flavius" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Than men. And it's actually not good for financial equality so i wonder if you consider yourself an investor and do you know that your pension is actually an investment. So how much do you know about where it's invested to help. Us debunk some of the myths and provide some advice on joined by selena flavius who is a financial adviser and author of black girl finance. Let's talk money and mike. Mccurry is an investment director for fidelity international and. She also writes for the financial times selena. And we'll just start with the very basics here. One reason that women can actually be put off talking about finances is the jargon. So let's just start with what investing actually means as opposed to saving now such a good question Well invest into me. And i described in my book. Let's talk money as we invest in so many other things in our lives so we invest relationships to invest in. Study to to get an outcome to get love. Oughta get you know a really good job at the end and we can do the same move. our money. invest in is basically putting our money to work for us. We may invest by owning stocks and shares in a company. A and if that company does well hopefully that share price will increase and you know their work within. We've made some profit based on that investment. So y is it important..

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"flavius" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on American Scandal

"It's september twelfth. Nineteen seventy-one in attica new york. Richard x clark walks across a massive concrete yard covered in mud. He stops a warm wind blowing through his hair standards at the site in front of him. Clark standing in a prison yard at the attica correctional facility normally this area is under tight supervision with armed guards standing watch controlling movements of every prisoner but everything changed three days ago. When the inmates decided they'd had enough they were tired of the abuse of the guards violence and mistreatment so the inmates rose up and together. They took control of the prison as clark looks out of the yard. He still can't believe what he saying. Hundreds of inmates move around like free men. A group of hostages huddled together on an old mattress with prisoners standing guard. The yard has been turned into a sprawling and can't meant it's a democratic society. That's run by the prisoners themselves and led by a small group of leaders including richard. X clark is only twenty five years old. He's slender and whereas black framed glasses even though his young he knows that he and the other inmates have made history now that they control annika they can demand significant changes improve the lives of prisoners. But it's even bigger than that clark knows. They can change prisons across the country. Maybe even the rest of the world still as he looks around. The yard clark concede that the feelings of triumph and revolution are already fading. It's day three of the standoff. And the inmates look exhausted and on the brink of making a rash decision. It's a situation that could only grow worse with some news that has just arrived. Clark approaches an inmate named frank smith towering man who was appointed head of security frank. We've got a problem. Yeah no kidding. We got a problem. It's been three days. We're not getting anywhere. We got the prison but we also got state police surrounding us. I know but listen. There's something else you need to see. Clark takes out a message. He received from a government official. The man who runs the prisons in new york state from russell oswal demand to surrender. Richardson saying that. From the start and frank this time. Something's different he's not asking anymore. This is this is the threat. Tell everyone they gotta know far people here this. They're just going to dig in their heels. I don't think they need to know that it's come to ultimatum. Sure about that. I think so. I think it's the only option if it were the only option. You wouldn't be talking me right now trying to figure things out. So here's what. I think we took over. We made a promise. We make decisions together. All the inmates together so whatever's on that piece of paper got read it out loud and let them decide clark. Exhales shuts his eyes. The two men make their way across the arm to a set of scuffed. Wooden tables clark grabs a microphone wired up to a speaker at the sound of his voice. Hundreds of prisoners suddenly look up. Clark raises the document in the air and announces that he just received a message from oswal the head of prisons. The commissioner demands that they end the rebellion and that they released the guards. They're holding hostage. Oswald says they need to do so immediately then and only then will he meet with the inmates to discuss their grievances and possibly changes to the prison. Clark sets down the note and looks at the man in the audience. Prisoners who for years have suffered torture at the hands of guards grievous medical treatment and unspeakable nightmare day after day all of which has pushed them to the spring. Clark looks over the crowd he asked. Who's in support of accepting the proposal letting the hostages go yard silent then clark asks. Who's against the proposal and all at once. Hundreds of men yell out in anger. It's decided there will be no surrender. Clark swallows hard because while the man have once again stood up for themselves and their own dignity clark suspects that the state is done marketing. And if that's true you could be just a matter of hours before the attempt to retake annika by force. American scandal is sponsored by pay com payroll. When it isn't right a lot can go wrong. And it's the employees who ends up suffering the most. They depend on accurate paychecks. Otherwise they're placed in a tight financial spot leading to insufficient funds. Overdraft fees missed payments and other nightmares not to mention a lack of confidence and trust in their employer with betty new from pay com employees do their own payroll and that means they gain full visibility into their paychecks and can resolve issues an improved their check before payrolls processed instead of after for greater accuracy and peace of mind and best of all. 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"flavius" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Fourth and fifth wheel and break up two links to the to trailers make mischief and obligatory it is elimination and bella zofia through a half and forty five and three seconds and now they're in the stretch elimination closest to the rail with the lead. Balance sophia is all out on the outside and second and then super sensational and search results. And there's the move by beloussova to take over the lead in deep stretch a sixteenth to finish it is bella sophia with super sensational giving chase second bala sof ahah what a top notch effort. Don't win the grade. One long jeans tasks super sensational was second search results. Third and the seven furlongs one minute. Twenty one and two fifth seconds. You know watching the race live and certainly with everything. That's gone with bob. Backer like when when illumination may lead. I think me and a lot of people were like. Oh goodness he's gonna win this. It's gonna be really awkward here in the winter circle. i don't know. I don't think he was there track. Maybe was but sometimes has that feel with with racing. Just like here comes kind of happened with medina spirited the derby i remember thinking they got to lead. This is going to happen. Isn't it and then sure enough. It did but didn't happen Blowtorch era elimination. Rather couldn't sustain the the early pace and bella safiya stocked and pounced and really really looked impressive. There was a second there where she went by illumination and watching it live. I just thought man that was an insane kick and then i watched the replay. It was a good move. It was a great turn of foot. I mean this is a lightly raced philly. This was only her fourth start and you know she's been she's two or three or four now and has obviously a major grade one win under her belt now but when i watched it she kinda drifted in. And when you're watching races at saratoga anytime a horse kinda comes in. It's amazing like how much it looks like. The horse's like really gaining ground or really pulling away but it just kind of optical illusion of them you know going toward the inside i. It's it's a weird thing and that's not to say again that she she wasn't extremely impressive and wasn't kicking away because she was. I think it just i think like the powerhouse of the move was accentuated by that drifting down in because like i said that i've seen it one hundred times now with horses where it looks like. They're gaining especially in that low angle and they're just they're gaining but it's not as magnified i guess is it looks. Hope you guys understand what. I'm talking about him. I need to become a better communicator. At this kind of stuff but Great one win for rudy rodriguez. I think he's got a couple right. Oh yeah he's got plenty of one the card or twice belle dame spin. I was thinking maybe that was one of his first once. It's like fifth spin away with condo commando bell galanti in the belle dame. Dad's caps in the carter twice Bell galanti the delaware handicap. So he's got like six or seven. Oh man it's been but it's been a while for years since his last graded stakes win. That's a little surprising for rudy rod. But gets the win here and Actually his barn as a whole his is far as earnings and stuff is slugged. Him he there was a few years there. Twenty sixteen through twenty eighteen where it was like. You know he's one hundred fifty a year and you know nineteen twenty percents h. He's still sixty or seventy percents. They slow down a little bit but not Not too much but a big win here. Obviously for him louis sayas and the entire team super sensational who. I kinda liked it. A price Ran a big one. I thought Just couldn't catch a really talented horse and search results. I mean you can make case for being a little bit wide and stuff but I don't know i don't know the is the is the sprinting. Not the thing like does she want a little bit longer. I guess that's what people can. Debate in the glen falls stakes. It was worn. I got us a heavy favourite there for bill martin julian peru rallying from well off the pace from lasted fact to a you know pretty much blow by the competition and get the score in the glens falls at a very short price but pulled away it was a it was a drubbing. Big performance from warlike got us the lure stakes Flavius another favourite. There's something interesting happened. Value proposition they said had no left front. Shoes lost a shoe somewhere and they elected to have the horse run for purse money only and still run the race and ended up. Running thirds picks up fourteen thousand dollars. But at the time i believe was either co-favourite or just slightly second choice and so it kind of made it into flavius becoming a much much your favorite and of course if you had that horse in any kind of Longer sequence actually was there any pitfalls run into that race. I don't think there was there was a consolation. Pick three but no. I don't think there was a middle pick for five where you got the favorite but regardless you know if if that was the case you ended up with a Maybe because there was a middle pick five ended in race ten so but anyways Yeah so that was. That was kind of a goofy situation there. But flavius very impressive for chad and flying pratt scoring nicely. So the big races at steve aspen. One was stellar tap and again. We'll talk more about that on tomorrow's show but I i mentioned this. With johnny dooley because i interviewed john on sunday. Even though it's air wednesday. I felt like what got lost in the record. Breaker was that the source ran a monster race. Holy moly stellar tap. Looks good and so to be real interesting to see like i said i. It almost felt like and kind of deservedly. So right like it's a pretty monumental thing becoming the leading all time trainer here in our continent. I think ever i saw everybody kept saying north america. It was it the us. It was north america and so You know. I have some thoughts on that. Want to talk about steve's career and horses and all that On tomorrow show. Let's head over to del mar. Where the saturday feature the yellow ribbon stakes featured guest with the The best pow but the l. ribbon to me very very interesting race for the older fillies and mares that group is you know i i don't think by any means like super elite in that division just because i think so many times that division has gone through chad brown and you know primarily on the east coast. Chad runs at del. Mar a fair bit. So maybe i. I'm wrong in saying that it gives it just seems like in recent years. You know we we look for the older philly and mirror turf group to come through chat. But that's there's been good ones in southern california certainly charmaine's me a one of those. She was in this race. Dog tag. you know the folks at l. j. of had some very good tur- forces obviously united when it comes to mind male but You know it's if anything it's a group who has been around. I mean keep her. The stars bodey sita I've kind of been dancing. A lot of these dances over. The last couple of years lowers lights have been around for a little while she was fourteen to one in the spot. Princess grace kind of one of the newer shooters got some support. Bet down to a three to one or seventy two rather second choice in the race. Let's take a listen back to the great trevor. Edmunds call of the yellow ribbon. Feel to the yellow ribbons sent way along the inside. Ram windows secret was out well brokers going up alongside of the leader. Here comes laura's light from the outside gate to join them to riding behind dad..

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"flavius" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"I agree. I mean you know. He's a he's a difficult horse to. He's not as difficult tavares. anybody would want to own But it's tricky. Because i mean let's be honest. He's going to be very hard. Pressed to be factor at five at del delamarre. So what you wanna do is get him in races where he can win money. Because you're sort of treating him sort of treating like a galloping in a way you wanna make money you wanna win you run in big races and but let's not kid ourselves the favourite for the the Four star dave is a horse that just lost on the square to aleksandra raging bulls. No horse that needs to be feared. And i'd rather take a shot. They're the only thing that i didn't think made sense and i think it was just looking for excuses. That were kind of horseman. Speak was that on wednesday. Maggie was saying they're going to scratch they have a bad post was like well. There's no such thing as a bad post when you have a deep closer. That's outside right and he may have. You know all you may have gotten hung up. Why does no big deal that somebody. Because they're still gonna they're gonna sprint away from him no matter what he has no speed going five and a half but i understand i mean i think it makes perfect sense. I think you'll probably you know you're looking to try and get into the belmont turf sprint racing in october. Or even the whatever they're going to now they're going to Kentucky downs for the six and a half for a million backley. There you go. Yeah six and a half a million to be pretty tough to be right considering the woodbine mile Being ed around one term. But it's tough tough tough to argue with a million dollar kentucky down so yeah there. Sure let me money just uses out of kentucky downs right when you walk in like hundred dollar bills flying out of the best. Well i think. I think in fact i we may. We were being cajoled into a trip. I mean i. i've been everywhere else this summer. We might as well put a coda on the season by by going out to To kentucky doubts Let's talk about saturday. Nick and dive in and it's a fun funds sequence Might as well as we'll start with the law and i'll let you You know wander through. Yeah you know. The law is is three chad round horses and then really a bunch of very unaccomplished turk forces. It's just not it's not a particularly good race From from a talent standpoint a big field but it's a raise. The chad is using take advantage of the restriction and to get some of these position to run better a little bit down the line they exit dealt delaware and value proposition. Exits forbid nap war. Where rinaldi was able to control the pace on the front end value proposition. At absolutely no excuse the only positive that in his last two starts he seems to not be lugging in so badly. The horse that always seemed to look like he had an equipment problem or something going on because just could not run straight and He doesn't seem to be having those issues. He is also a little interesting here because he can be forwardly placed. And there's virtually no speed to speak of flavors the horse to beat i mean flavius. Kilroy was very good. He came back and ran. Fine in the sikh again no shame in not being able to run down get smoking even though he kind of had no real excuse that day. It just feels like chad is supposed to win this race. The balance of the field is is made up of courses. That just are not at that that those horses caliber so I guess continuing through the the stakes races the glens falls at a mile and a half is an interesting matchup up. Because we're like god is sure did get good earlier in the year. And then it's a very unveil motte like move to put a horse like this on the shelf so you almost wonder if You know if something happened. Maybe it's not that big deal. I will say though that. I don't know why anybody would Would be in a big rush. Tibet warlike goddess and not. Give the league a little bit of consideration as well. I thought it was one of the singles dumbest things i've ever seen. When i saw that alcohol was running the source of violent happening which and since then she she ran a bang-up raising the bewitch kind of questionable. Ride and miguel main. Just you're dealt with it. We're going to go ball. Wall in the cure tana. And the the dick memorial and They ran great great so she's a completely different horse. She is so clearly the loan speed and She could be far in front of this field is as she liked to be. So i think you have to use her in any kind of multi-race play as well as As obviously the favorite and you know it depends on if you have an opinion on. Call me love or temple city. Tara i know call me love one. The theoretical trip for this race. But i'm not quite sure if she's up to Degraded six caliber. And then that gets you into the pick five which is made up of the three grade ones and a couple of races after that The test is sensational. It's just a very very good race very interesting field Obviously you know without getting into into too much detail. The subplot illumination being in the field is kind of kind of fun and it looks like she'll make her presence. She has good speed. I think she's completely outclassed on paper but you know between she always carina and bella. Sophia you should have no real worry about there. Being any kind of up slow pace and i'm very intrigued to see the rematch of the acorn to in obligatory in search results because I i think at seven furlongs literary might be a little bit better. And if jose ortiz gets that pace to run at. I think she can be very dangerous here. So i'm i'm intrigued to see how this shakes out. I'm gonna use obligatory search results primarily i i will use probably super sensational and backups I do think the gel might actually beat her best sprinting. I think one turn is really your game. It's gonna take a lot of money here. That i really don't have a good read on always greener because i thought she was poised for a breakthrough effort in the mother. Goose and i don't know maybe and proud with little to conservative on the front end I don't know if she just simply couldn't handle the extra sixteenth of mile or the better competition. Because i thought she was a very poor second. I really think she ran. Well at all She just edged claire. Who came back and didn't exactly distinguish yourself in the coach called american oaks. So i'm a little out right now and always green and a little unsure of how to handle her but Yet super interesting race. And i don't need to filibuster everybody. If you have.

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"flavius" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Twenty twenty one three races in question at monmouth. I'm sorry saratoga. Del mar and woodbine nuts it. Let's go to del mar i. That's the eddie read stakes. The best race best aches race in north america on saturday highly competitive fields move like like straight is the likely favorites Admirable beasts super talented has been developed nicely by trainer mike mccarthy he was a kind of front running one way meyler type in his earlier days and he has evolved into a horse who can raise a little bit. Doesn't have to be on the lead and can get nine for a long distance of the editor a pinch. But that's stretching him just a little bit I do think he's gonna get a pretty favorable trip. But i'm going to play a count again here to entrance for a trainer phil d'amato count again. I i saw him run at keeneland. Might have been as i start. Who trained by neil howard. And he he put forth at closing finish the likes of which you will rarely see from a maiden just completely flew home and was with mine for awhile ended up with d'amato the west coast. I guess Last year probably i mean. He's run several really good races and his best. He is a devastating turn of foot and homestretch. Possibly the best tracy's was his lunch. Started del mar where he flew home to beat the capable. Chad brown train flavius last november. I don't think that he had an ideal journey. In the turf classic at churchill downs his most recent start tried to get outside and being pushed down toward defense. The piece was muddling and slow. Just didn't really set up for them. I expect him to come outside this time. Get a cleaner journey and slingshot home and catch. We'd like straight in the shadow of the wire probably a fair price. The caress stakes short field. Don't have a don't have a big price here in caravelle. But she is not the favourite priced here at seven. Five by winemaker david gona. That'd be the second choice in this race. And i think that she could be a good anchor for multi-race wagers late in the card is race comes up i think it's the panov penultimate race of the day Caravel cover monness. She raised there in her last. Start so. I watched replays before that race. Even if you go back to recruit debut at penn national which i urge you to do have video replay access that was tremendous performance. She had no business winning that race. I think she's a pretty rare talent. Who is kind of all. Put it all together in the last couple races. What really impresses me about her. Mom's start with the way she traveled into it. She's a horse. That's going to be coming from off the pace. But she was so in the bridal and Weaving so nicely. That she had reached contention by the three to pull in. This race was over at the quarter pole. I think that she's going handle sixty five morning. Line favorite robin sparkles and wind the caress at saratoga toronto would bind the nassau stakes. Where julia olympica makes her first start..

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"flavius" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"flavius" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"Whether it's coltrane whether is rock'em whether it's Kumo de whether it's james brown whether it's sam cooke whether is carly simon whether it's to do brothers whether it's Mahalia jackson whether it's aretha franklin whether it's anita baker whatever man biz is a part of my love my addiction for music which is part of me so bids as an important part in me becoming the person than i am. That's what bismuth me. That's what biz means to me. The foundation for mine next level a lover rap music for four biz man before was to them. You know i was a guy who was with africa bam bamba. I was a guy who was the message by grandmaster flash in the furious five with houdini. Five minutes the phone ain't no jungle. Pulled your bottoms tree-stump ladies ladies looking pretty from the city would now be getting down to the nitty gritty from the bottom to the top top to the bottom. I'm gonna rock umbrella. Still wrap got him. I mean that was that was my ideal man. What p. l. Who formally worked the bull for months may remember at my age in orlando vasquez. Age and john. Wexler is age and mekelle davis's age and they would o'neill's age keith. Brown's age flavius gallopers age and marvin pricers age and everybody of might generation man we. We were the ones who were the most influenced. We were there at the beginning of rap music. Jeremy freeland jerome. We were at the beginning of when all this stuff started. I remember i was in my basement playing a record of hip hop hippie. The hip hip up. You know i. I was there for rapper delight. I were there for roxanne roxanne Noble be your man roxanne roxanne so we were there at the base line. We were there. When everything i came out what biz did for me was when i first hear biz marquee and i her picking lucas and i heard that song. I remember exactly where i was..

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"flavius" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"I dude. The universe mixers are really heavy. They have they make them having on purpose so they don't tip over as my assumption. Yeah so they don't start like dancing around when you're mixing stuff. Yeah yeah yeah. It's important john. This first question comes from morgan. Who asks deer hankins john. When we have such high tech gadgets and gizmos in our current world that are constantly advancing and working very well. Why are our printers still so bad. Your friend morgan. There so bad. John i mean they are in. They aren't right like six hundred years ago. People were using the latin alphabet and they began using printers and they were like. Hey what does what do words look like when they aren't handwritten because no one had ever thought of that question before yeah wasn't long ago that a that. A printer was a person in a small stone room with japan. Did that all day forever becau because he was the second born and so his father just couldn't be bothered. You are now printer. Your job is to be is to never talk and to write stuff down for the church right so i guess it's better than that. So stop complaining. Morgan printers are great. But i do. If we didn't have a printer. You need an extra person. You'll beat up person in your home. You have to very carefully drew letter. You'd have to hire a monk as a stark choice. Yes printers are not as good as they should be but their way better than the among in the basement leopold. Yes doesn't even speak english right. You got flavius down there. And he's just copying things out one at a time it's translated into latin for. Yeah i will say though. That printers are not any better than they were thirty years ago..

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"flavius" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"And it looks as though at least some contemporary sources ascribe antisemitic motivations as well as obviously politically upwardly mobile motivations to this johnny's character and so might theory goes that he thought pilot was politically weak enough amelie unconnected enough that he would someone who said john lewis who was sitting in for an absentee emperor tiberius. Who just wanted to do booze and sex parties on the isle of capri down by naples and wasn't really focused on governing for a period of time the middle of his rain. i think sa- janis handpicked. This pilot guy because he was controllable. I think he sent him to judea to carry out. Whatever political motivation suggest hatami. I'm a totally convinced on the anti semitism charges. And i don't think pilot was up for it. I think it gave him a complex. I think he always felt like he needed to demonstrate that he was a real boy. Who really earned this job. And then he killed he sentences jesus to death right. I mean that's why political blunders. Yeah so you know in the in the youtube one of the things that you go through in very snappy little fashion is how we know what we know and one of the first things you come to is our friend flavius josephus and yes you do that and none of super controversial way you just say here is the guy. Will you tell us who do you understand. Flavius josephus to be. Because i have a very different understanding of who he is based on the data. Nothing about him seems eddie. The least bit believable. He is a top to bottom roman propaganda. Agent really can't be understood to be anything else. In my opinion he probably sold his information to vespasian an rather than this wacky story about. He prophesized that he'd be emperor. And that somehow got a trip to rome. Of course that's nonsense so yeah okay. Let me speak to that. I do disagree with you. And i think i can make a good case for it but ultimately the fate of earth doesn't hinge on what we make of flavius josephus. So i think we're gonna fun. The josephus has jewish guy.

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"flavius" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"flavius" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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Deepak and Mallika Chopra Want Us To Focus on Being Human

Mom Brain

06:18 min | 2 years ago

Deepak and Mallika Chopra Want Us To Focus on Being Human

"With your book and with both of your philosophies, how can you make sure that we're having open conversations with our children? And how can we teach them how to feel not just think but how to really feel entrust their feeling I. think it's one knowing our own feelings, knowing our own reactions to things, 'cause we lead by example so all of the techniques that I talk about talk about because my parents taught me and my brother, but were importantly my parents lived them, and so in turn tonight done as well. And then it really is knowing your individual kids, so my younger one who is more introverted more into gaming and things like that Actually what's fascinating is in the last two months of me, my nephew, my sister-in-law, we've all actually joined her gains, and so finding that a joining her platforms rather than making her. Do what we want. Has helped for all of us to communicate better. It's so true they learn from what they see you do on a repeated basis and what you make time for and how you speak about yourself, and how you speak about others and it it strikes me that your family. I feel like has has always been this very calming presence I for people who know you far and from afar and up-close in who you love and respect you and I. I feel like you were one of the earliest. Earliest ones to be talking about the power of meditation in the power of taking that moment of quiet or prayer, and there's so many ways of talking about meditation as not just a place to settle, but also a place to energize which I think is a really interesting sort of dichotomy of energy, and and and the calming experience of Meditation, and the, and the also extremely energizing experience of it and I love If you would talk about how you learned to meditate and I think. A how you learn to do it and how you make time for it regularly and be some some of the ways that you think something like a practice of meditation could be useful in a time like this, so it's you know it's A. It's a loaded question, but I love if you'd you both still seem so calm and wonderfully collected so share with us whatever the magic pillow is. Lots of ways to look at this sinc- Loria as pregnant. I think I can start right there. Because my Nigga traumatic it was go nine to eleven and she can talk about. NATO! But. This is not know from a scientific perspective. Some of two three months of pregnancy. How are you? I'm six months so at this moment. Your baby in Utero is listening to this conversation, even without maybe understanding it and this conversation, the tone of this decision is actually cleansing the baby's genetic activity. Endure electricity, right. If you were listening to music or reading, or dancing or laughing or watching candid camera. Maybe even if others show. And finding. The baby. Be having a good time and the genes regulate homelessness is set. would be activated on the other hand if you're listening to siren right now, an ambulance or gunshot wounds or anything that we watching US right now. The baby's genes would be activated in the direction of inflammation and distress when the baby's born even without knowing why if the baby would hear that sound the sound of the ambulance or the sound? Of the sound of the gunshot, it would go into. Anxiety would going to fear, it would go into the body would respond with inflammation and a compromised immune system. So the best thing you can do for your baby. Right up is set rate exists in every RAIGAD through huma joy through dodds to music to storytelling. Even right now you could start singing nursery rhymes, gio baby, and he or she would be. That the moon! After the baby's long the fibers. Please don't try to. Say or lecture or give it by steal baby or even make your baby a child mindful. because. The baby doesn't listen to that all the baby just a devouring. Fix your movements. A you two. Are you comfortable or not? Your facial expressions, you happy or not the tone of your voice. Your body language and you'll gestures. That's it. It's got neurons, so if you are stressed and if you're unhappy. You, are fearful doesn't matter what you say doesn't matter how much you meditate or do yoga debriefing. The baby is going to be. Period all the baby needs up to Flavius. deep, listening affection, which means deep getting appreciation, which means deep noticing of the baby's strengths, qualities, beautiful ages and acceptance do not tried to gauge that because it's unique so after five years you can tell your okay. Let's shut up her by minutes today. And when six showed up six minutes. To meditate when she was nine without any brush at all, okay and her brother young brother seven ourselves not precious. It happens by itself because your children are yourself in disguise. That's all they are. They just waiting different uniform because the different body. But they're mirrors of who you are.

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Why Do Some People Eat Dirt?

BrainStuff

06:17 min | 3 years ago

Why Do Some People Eat Dirt?

"Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel. Von here in gas stations and flea markets. All around the southeastern United States, you can find packets or boxes containing crumbles whiteclay in Kenya. You can buy reddish dirt on the street formed into little pellets that look like baby carrots in Uganda. You can buy Yankee doodle brands dirt at the grocery store, a website called earth's. Klay store sells Klay from all over the world and ships them right to your home. But what are you supposed to do with it? When it gets to you. Well, you eat it. You might have a vague sense that you've heard of people eating dirt before pregnant women. Maybe pica is the overarching term for craving and eating things that are not food in the sixth century, see the physician Flavius Asia's noticed people sticking nonfood items in their mouths the way that Magpies pica in Latin pick up random objects in their beaks e figured these people had entirely indiscriminate appetites for just any old thing and termed the behavior after the magpie. It turns out pica is kind of misnomer because pica cravings are actually very specific though. According to the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders or DSM. It includes a range of behaviors some people crave paperclips, batteries or coins. These potentially dangerous cravings are considered by the DSM to be actual disorders. But pica can also include cravings for Ross starch that's amylase g ice, that's pathogen and dirt. That's geology. Geology is one form of pica found an almost every country in the world. We spoke with Sarah young assistant, professor in the department of anthropology at Northwestern University. She said I was surprised when I first saw it. I was studying pregnant women nog Raphy in Zanzibar. And I asked a woman what she ate when she's pregnant, and incidentally, she said every day, I take earth from this wall and eat it. I was just learning. Sahelian was pretty good at it. But I really didn't think I was understanding correctly. My research assistant was like, yeah. You heard right. Young ended up writing her PHD dissertation on geology and winning the Margaret Mead award in twenty thirteen for her book craving earth, which detailed her research about geology practices worldwide in her research. Young tracked down medical literature historical texts research on animal behavior soil science in parasitology and came to the conclusion that there are four possible explanations. As to why people eat dirt. The most common longest running take on geology is that there's no good reason for it that it's a pathology. It's an aspirin behavior of some unknown origin, young explained, the racism sexism and classism behind that simplistic, take, quote, it's the women they know not what they do explanation. It was basically white men writing about this for the past few hundred years, and it was dismissed as abberant we can refute this. There are so many species of animals that go to great risk to get clan. Charcoal like the coldest monkey that steals charcoal from villagers, but even so we know very little about geology because for centuries. Scientists were stubbornly lacking curiosity about it. When scientists did start looking into it, the first hypothesis they came up with to explain why hundreds of thousands of people worldwide craven eat dirt is that. There must be something useful in the clay micronutrients of some kind young said the mother nature's multivitamin explanation is a really intuitive one. But. Fortunately, it doesn't really shake out for starters. Although the Klay her study participants in Zanzibar were eating was tinged with red indicating iron content investigations into whether that iron could be absorbed and used by the body came up empty, plus according to young people generally prefer whiter Klay. If you give geologist to the option of snacking on Georgia, white Kaelin or the reddish clay found on men's bar. They'll almost always pick the white Kaelin, which does not contain iron. So we turn to another hypothesis could hurt provide protection from germs the explanation that eating dirt somehow an immune system boost might not make sense on the surface. After all we're supposed to stay away from dirt wash our hands cleaner, close take off our shoes when we enter the house, but clay face masks can draw germs and oils and dead cells from your skin, and they're made of dirt. Right. According to young eating clay might collect stuff inside of the gut similar to how a mud mask collect stuff from your face. But why would somebody need an intestinal mud mask? The answer is protection from pathogens and harmful compounds many harmful microorganisms and compounds can enter your body via the things you eat. You digest the food and it's absorbed through the wall of your intestine and into your bloodstream, but lots of potentially harmful stuff can get to his in this way to Klay may stimulate the mucous membranes on the surface of your guts to create more mucus, thus forming a sort of protective barrier against those pathogens and compounds young said, it can also bind with whatever harmful thing you're eating for example, in the Andes people eat wild potatoes, which contain these toxic chemicals called glencoe alkaloids. But after they dip the potatoes in clay, they become safe to eat. But while eating clay might protect from pathogens and harmful chemicals, which is especially important in pregnant women. There's something of Goldilocks principle at play here. You want to shield yourself from the harmful stuff, but you also don't want to protect yourself from the nutrients you need, for example, if you eat a steak that's full of both bioavailable iron and pathogens. But you eat clay at the same time. The iron could also become bound by the clay and wouldn't be absorbed by your gut, although the claim might be protecting you from pathogens to some extent. It's also preventing you from absorbing the nutrients the fourth hypothesis for why people eat dirt or clay is that it might help nausea vomiting and diarrhea by coating stomach after all a number of anti-diarrhea treatments. Have Kaylynn in them. Kaelin puts the KO in kopech tape. Though, the reasons for geology are still rather mysterious young stresses that it's far more common than we realize partially because of those old stigmas against it. Young said people don't like to talk about it or admit it when I'm doing ethnic, graphic interviews. I always ask how much earth do eat instead of do you eat earth? Because so many people have sworn they don't eat it. And later told me that they do, but they lied because I didn't want you to think I was

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