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Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"food est" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"She was in a movie with al pacino. And karl urban called hangman. And she has been in to margo properties that i recognize cloak-and-dagger which actually started out really good I don't think i watched twenty episodes. I must not have watched the last of the second season but she was in cloak-and-dagger and she was also in the gifted which are both mark marvel properties And she was also in a television show called shades of blue with jennifer lopez. And ray liotta. So i mean. She's got quite a bit of acting chops underneath a belt. So i was really surprised. I did not recognize her from the purge season two. 'cause i love all things perch yes. I figured you would would know her from matt. I'm i'm not surpri. i guess. Maybe i'm not surprised that you didn't know her as the actress. But now that you're like. Oh yeah the purge. So what's funny is haram. Db profile talks about how she complained a multiple ethnicities and she usually seems to have a hispanic name An like looking at her. Imdb photos that seems to be kind of a lot of the roles. She plays amd so she's quite the chameleon I that's one of the reasons. Why like kind of had a hard time. Picking her out is because there were two stephanie's and i didn't know which when i was looking at i will say by the way that her picture on. Imdb shoes beautiful. They're really downplaying her beauty. They're they're really dressing her down. She is definitely gorgeous. She her instagram handle. Is shell rum's twenty four. And she has a tick-tock she only has two hundred followers. She's also at shell ramos. Twenty four on tick-tock And she is also on twitter Shell underscore almost twenty four But her instagram says that she is a raw food. Est so i found that interesting kids in your talk ask i love the like stars or like getting tick tugs this is like the third or fourth one now that has a tick talk and they don't have very many videos but yeah they're pretty good so yeah that's really all there is that i found about. Shell ramona's and so one of the reasons why i definitely wanted to profile her as our feature cast member is. I don't know how much more we will see of. Quote unquote stephanie. Well i just wanna add one thing. So i was sucked in by. What is her project. Projects that is slated to come out but hasn't come out yet and it's called long slow exhale so i clicked on amdp link. There was nothing. I google that and it's a women's basketball drama that was made for bt. I'm like well. That's not where that name led me but okay yeah interesting. Yeah so now. I'm not a big sports bowl but of course it's it's chicks so maybe we'll check it out. Well you know. If it was the ice pack might be talking.
The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"food est" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"Welcome back thank you once again for hanging out with us. This is the one. And only i t in the d. show episode four twelve This is your host. Bob welch bill hanging out with producer randy walker guest this week. I'm a. I'm a huge fan. We mostly we have technologist. We now we have a food est because we like to eat. And i'm a huge fan of his product and we're very lucky to have peer shamas this owner and ceo of steve's meta training. You might have known him as steve's backroom back in the day we're gonna be talking about his rise to a we're fans were huge fans here so just bear with us that were there were rushing a little bit era. But we'll get into it in a minute You can find us online i. It in the d dot com his favor. Give us a like on the social. Subscribe to everywhere fine. Podcasts are sold. If you want to keep up with me and you're to be hanging out go to meet up. Dot com slash. It in the at a great event at whiskey jar weird is talking about. I think of the name down in hamtramck love those folks hanging out yuji beach at i had a couple of shots in the some great conversations at a couple of always like when there's newbies That have no idea what they're doing in the world of it and we steer them to the proper people so it's always my favorite so diving appear how you doing bud Life is good. Life is great. Bob thank you. Thank you so when i when i found out you were coming on the show i was. I was tickled because hands. I have to drop it right now. Just get it over with hands down your pita chips that i buy a meyer. There's nothing that can go under the best ever had period of thank you man. Thank you we do We do our best and we do a lot to make sure there is fresh and And krispy responsible and Pretty pretty proud of it now. Compared to like you know we grew up on. You know. stacy's pita chips when they got introduced all that and then we got introduced. Years refused like literally refused. Eat anyone else's It's absolutely a staple in this house. And i just the all hats off for putting out one of my favorite products. It's always always on the shelf over it over at this house. I love to hear that. Thank you yeah it's You know stacey's is a is a bit different We friars versus They baked there's and In general frying is way better than than than baking. Even though some people make have issue with something being healthier than.
Sky News Daily
"food est" Discussed on Sky News Daily
"You sound optimistic. I mean because you know what to put this to mark all your frustrations well because the statistics still tell us that that young people particularly young black boys are still getting killed and being killed disproportionately in particular on the on the streets of london. It still happening. Yup is still happening. But i think people have to realize that once we start talking about color that disproportionate blackboards. What's going to start happening. People start feeling safe like oh. It's your problem over. There really isn't dumber why fifteen years experience has shown me the children the i'm speaking to a range from everybody coach in the whole community. Love realize this mindset has spread is going to areas where there was never any problems the now kids estaban each other in there. It's not just it's not just in tottenham anymore is move dow it's a mindset and we have to make efforts to change that mindset and kill the narrative because that's what's keeping people an educated about knife crime and then not able to tackle it and be concerned have the concern that everybody needs to have. No child is up to go into school and see a seat with his friends. Used to be is not there anymore because he was stabbed and killed low white kids of food est post traumatic stress in drama having to deal with them but that boys the marley and boys everybody ally care for human life as all i care about so i'm just focused on really intent is to change the narrative go to speak to forties change the way that the system is seeing this tunneling first time offenders on the rescinded you be shocked to you. They know that this crime is terrible. But they're still tap a little kids on the risk of the first time being coat with the not an sending them back out that you have to take the knife out of the mind. You can't see somebody carrying a not. This is a mental health issue. There's i'm going to change this. It's a mental health issue. You gonna pick up a phone and pick up a night. What are you going to war. You going out. Where civilians all carrying guns and knives that you have to protect yourself and if it's the case then everyone needs to get together and say well what we're gonna do about this war in the streets if that's the case and if it's not the case that means that there's some mental health issues we have to deal with view because hurting people are people so let's focus on healing people and stop getting criminalize the focus on consequences for crime but it can't be a full stop. We call stop dead dumb. We have to be able to say coke okay. you're going to be restored into the community but what mindset. Do you have when you come back in. Let's stop new. Let's begin to heal you and help you so you bring value to the community when you come back you make a really important point that you know particularly about the mental health side of it as well and i wanted to ask you about you. Know the effect of the of the pandemic the lockdowns particularly on the generations. We're talking about you. Know the missing out on schooling sheer boredom the isolation the not mixing with their their peer groups the lack of exercise. You know the lack of opportunity to go out and run around and burn. Some of i mean you a bit fearful about as lockdown aziz. What might happen. i'll be saddam be dumb. I spoke about this a long time ago. I stood up. Kobe is going to lockdown. Isolation is going to see a lot more problems in covid. Could it's going to create a lot more mental health problems because we isolate prisoners for punishment speedway way using that word and not realizing the connections connotations with isolation and we're seeing it the videos and clips the icy now where i'm seeing people waving knives round and just angry. They just having an argument with dispute in shop. So what is selfish us a slow one in a sports shop the other days and people just straight an angry and after your freed from your home of the being locked away why would you carry a knife to go out on the street on you. Happy to breathe some fresh air and get out and get back to some sort of normality. But instead you're picking up a knife going out and the minute is conflict. You wanna resolve that conflict. By pulling out you'll knife Huge mental health issues out there. We created a null the level of problems that's going to impact on the level of crime and young people that we're having right now seeing the of it now as mark mentioned earlier they charity is trying to raise money to build a permanent base and a set up a gofundme page via its website not can be found at the kp f. dot com mark. Also wants to have a face to face conversation with his son's killer hannah hassan somalian refugee. Who was sixteen when he started kind. He was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison with a minimum term. A thirteen years. He's now applying for parole in england and wales and adult can face up to four years in jail and an unlimited fine if convicted of carrying a knife more than once shoot automatically face. Prison the policing minister kit malthouse told us government will badly police to do what is necessary to get knives off our streets and insists. It's making sure they have the resources and support that they need both string their ranks with twenty thousand additional offices. He runs on to say that more than one hundred thirty million pounds is being made available over the coming year to tackle the root causes of violent crime. While it's two hundred million pounds. Youth endowment fund supports vital projects aimed at steering young people away from a life of crime. New court is also office can stop and search adults who already have convictions for knife for offensive weapons of fences. There's an acceptance though that worked tackle e is never done cayennes legacy was further cemented in two thousand hundred when qpr renamed loftus road home the kind prince foundation stadium. The club has also awarded him. The number thirty shirt on the new season squad list calling it the most important signing. Qpr will ever make discussed the shire. How highly regarded. He was when he was here and he was a director of football. Les ferdinand hopes young people will see that is an alternative to knife crime. My thanks to mark. Cantu you for listening to this episode of the sky news daily podcast hosted by me dermott monaghan and produced by anne joyce along with tatyana alderson and katz swamy. If even joy this podcast you can follow us. In the usual places.
"food est" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"Okay my next cool sheet. I'm going to be talking about an article. And i loved this article so much possibly surprisingly probably not it has to do with creating which is this supplement that lots of people have been taking for years usually male bodybuilders. Or do you like to work out. Whatever is the you know what people think of. I think of creating but this is what happened. Is that the journal of international of the international society of sports nutrition realized that there were so many people who were still thinking all these different things about creating and there's a lot of discussion about them. There are a lot of people who were still arguing. Irish should say debating on different things about it. So they're like okay once and for all or at least this year. This is pretty recent came out in the last twelve months years. So i think it's either from twenty twenty or twenty twenty one And so what they did is they got all the exercise scientists together from each of the different quite main questions that people are still debating and they got each of them to answer all these questions. This article has two hundred citations. So they're all scientifically backed. And i'm like yes. This is my kind of article. It's all like i can trust this gay. Okay so i'll give some examples of some of the debates and so one of them has to do with water retention and they say yes over the short term there might be a little bit but then over long-term no. A lot of people are confused as to whether it's an anabolic steroid. No it is not if you look at the chemical structure it's not does it. Cause kidney damage or renal dysfunction. No it does not. Does it cause hair loss or baldness no. It does not so it goes through all these things. And there's way more than this that i have time for but One i wanted to point out is that it is beneficial for older adults and it is beneficial over the lifetime of females at various points in their life so some of these might be surprising to some people. But i think it's really helpful for people who are trying to understand creating so again. The name article is common questions and misconceptions about creating supplementation short. This is really cool. Yeah creating. I've been using on and off since i was twenty. You know that was when it was really yes thinking infancy and yeah was huge all the guys anybody that lifted eighteen and you had a new this weird like you stacked it in the first week and so that's not trying you don't have to do the goodness that anymore because it was a real pain in the butt but yeah i still have creating supplement and so i'll go like a week where i remember i just i always forget to kind of take it. Yeah but i always have a really good source. And i have some because yeah. That's one of the things out of all the body building things that i've read about sense. Twenty to forty five twenty five years read about end done myself That's the one that is one of the only ones that has lasted the test of time where they've actually said it's actually better than we thought. It does more for more people than even we thought back. We're first testing and it looked so promising. I mean aside from like eating healthy getting sleep and drinking water yet right. you know. Those are the obvious ones you know. But like even protein intake that's overrated and you know most people e wait especially the united states diet way too much protein and then bodybuilders. Still think you have to have like massive amounts of bodine and you do not. It's totally but creating super backed by science. And yeah that's really cool that you're talking about that because i kind of forget one of the things that i know because i've read about it for twenty five years that i forget about i. I must admit. I just sort of blew it off. The app stereotype for. Yeah but then. I guess it was. Two years ago. I started working out and lifting and stuff and i heard about it and i was like okay. You know my trainers told me about all right. I'll try it. So i got it and that was like well. This may be but this article nailed it. And i was really stoked to read all this about it and now i feel really solid with it. Cool that's so cool. Well thanks again for sharing this. Oh my pleasure right. My next cool sheet is a new podcast from a former cool sheet. Who used to have a podcast. She stopped doing that one. But it's as she's been a koshi like five times. I don't know how many times but it's called the doria row show so she started a new podcast. I've talked about her individually. I've talked about her as the food. Food est which was our old podcast in book. And i've talked about mindful eating. I think that that i learned from her. She was salem speaker. And so i feel like I'm i am a fan boy. There's no denying that but but it's because she's doing so many amazing things and she's super super smart. she's also a scientist and a doctor in really knows her stuff. And this new podcast. Because she wanted to kind of food. This was a lot about food. Obviously it's in the title in nutrition and things and all these things that are super important to me but she wanted to even a broader scope than that. Because there's other things that that make you healthy and it's mental health. It's physical it's diet. it's everything else and so right away. I was like this is going to be an amazing podcast..