37 Burst results for "Forty Five Minutes"

Fresh update on "forty five minutes" discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

03:07 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "forty five minutes" discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"So it's you personally, what can you personally keep under control that your clutter threshold? So the question is, how do you know when you're over your clutter threshold versus just not putting stuff away after using it? Well, the answer is the five minute pickup does the five minute pickup cut it or not? If you have met your clutter threshold. A daily five minute pickup should get you. Back to pretty much you know. Having your main areas under control. Okay if In order to actually get the main area picked up and I'm not talking about cleaned and perfect. Baba, I'm just saying basically under control if to get your living area. Under control, it's forty five minutes of picking stuff up and moving things and putting things away your way over your clutter threshold. But if five minutes if the five minute pickup cuts it like, okay, we can do a five minute pick up as a family and the house is pretty much under control will then you're living under your clutter threshold. Okay. Because the five minute pickup is there for this natural tendency. So many of us have who struggle with this to not put stuff away after we use it. Okay it's like. I can beat myself up over how frustrating it is that I don't put something away after use it. How frustrating it is that you know the can opener goes in that drawer, and for some reason, I left it on top of the counter of the door. You know like like that is irritating right? I mean that's that's one of the reasons why I'm so big on don't talk smack about your family. In Our community because. Those irritating things that's what I do. Right and that's what a lot of my listeners a lot of those you're listening. That's what we do. We're the irritating ones. We're the ones we're irritating to ourselves I mean I am seriously why did I not just take that? You know bold to the kitchen after eating ice cream or something or whatever. The five minute pickup is the remedy for this natural tendency. That's very. Frustrating and it's one of those things where we shouldn't have to do that. Guess what this is real life and we do what we have to do. Okay. I I mean frustrating or not the five minute pickup solve the problem. Okay. So that is the answer to this. If if a five minute pickup is not cutting, it is not making your house pretty much have to be perfect but pretty much back to being. Under control then you need to get rid of your stuff. Okay. So so instead and the other thing to remember. Is that you cannot predict your own clutter threshold. You can't predict someone else's clutter threshold the only way. To know what your clutter threshold is is to declutter until at some point, you randomly go oh, my stay under control whole lot more easily like that's how you find it and so. If, this question is asked because you thought you found it and yet your house is still out of control really focus on those five minutes. We'll focus on the five minute pickups anyway but focus on that five minute pickup and see is this making a difference you know is this getting things to where it needs to be if not need to keep decluttering but but if you're asking the question as a way to because you're trying to sit down and think and figure out your clutter threshold. Before you've actually started decluttering, you need to start decluttering. Okay. All right. Let's talk about another one of this episode's sponsors better help. Twenty twenty has been hard and it seems like hard things keep on happening..

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Amazons Luna, new Echo and indoor flying drones: What you need to know

The 3:59

03:12 min | 6 d ago

Amazons Luna, new Echo and indoor flying drones: What you need to know

"Wouldn't these benchmarks ribbon has been all over this welcome band hey. So you spent the last forty, five minutes basically live tweeting in catching every bit of news. There's a lot to break down but let's get to what most people are familiar with the those are echoes speakers. Talk about the new Echo Speaker that looks a bit more globe ish or roundish yet it's a spherical design and Amazon definitely did a good job of keeping a lot of its hardware. CHANGES UPDATES quiet this year there were way more rumors last year, but this year the just you know there wasn't that much that we knew what to expect. We were hoping for maybe a home robot and that didn't really happen what I would argue about these spherical echoes is that people probably aren't GonNa WanNa bother updating their existing echo line with these products they you know unless unless the audio quality and the quality of Alexa, being able to understand you is so significantly better than it makes sense to do that Kabila stick with what they have except for the echo dots for kids which are ridiculously adorable in. are like you know there's like one that looks like a Tiger I. Think there's another one that looks like. Zebra. So I think they did a really good job of making them lot cuter in fetter for kids. Yeah. I noticed that that those are the the process of stuck out my eye because were so unbelievably adorable Annika see my kid like having a conversation with them that sound super. Precious. they did a lot with kids. They offered a kids profile talk about some of the kidnappings as relates to so that the family aspect of Amazon customers yeah. The kid's profile was probably the most significant one which basically. From what I understand about it if you create a kids profile then. You're echoes throughout the House will respond to your kid in kid friendlier kid appropriate fashions that something that you can already do with an echo doubt kids if you set it up that way, this way that feature could in theory follow the kid around the house. So you don't actually have to set up each device specifically for that, which is annoying for parents in case you want to. Listen to music that is in specifically or explicitly kid friendly so that that I would say it was like. One of the more significant amount announcements related to that, and I'm just curious if there were any other any extra privacy features that come with the kids mode. Just so folks don't have to be worried so for for the kids mode. They've they've done that quite a bit already where it's just much more targeted for kids So there are fewer services there are fewer skills You can't ask it a variety of different questions. So that it's much narrower, much more targeted for kids and it's been like that the whole time so. Just, basically, Alexa but much more curated version

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Fresh update on "forty five minutes" discussed on CounterClock

CounterClock

01:42 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "forty five minutes" discussed on CounterClock

"People including Stacey Clifton and Mike. So on Friday, I saw stacey headed to the diner around four twenty five in the afternoon and later in the bar when I was playing pool around six thirty. She was drinking wine coolers and we talk for a little bit about my kid a lot of people started coming into the pub by then I remember was me Mike My Sister Patty Richard Fugate and a black guy named cliff spencer. Cliff, talking to Mike and he'd try to borrow money from them for drugs. After that he went to buy a beard started talking a couple girls. Little later Stacey started talking to Mike, I think I saw her in front of his face at least twice. She was upset and he told her he wished she would go ahead and leave. Couple minutes later she did. Cliff left about five minutes after. And then ten thirty. Yeah. Around ten thirty maybe was like eleven I saw Mike Joni Patty leave together but they came back probably after probably forty five minutes Over her Joni Ass Patty, what was wrong with adding shoes of set because her and Mike weren't getting along Johnny told me her and Patty left the bar during those forty five minutes and my sister cooldown. But she didn't say where Mike Win. I just left the bar between one and one thirty in the morning on a bike. I left went on did. She got in her car with Richard and another person I hopped on a bike. We all went over to Johnny's house and I walked to the front door knocked nobody answered. Si was that would have been between one, thirty, one, forty, five in the morning probably. Because no answer we all left. A dish, the Blake Johnny's, in Sutton, you back my house on Airport Road. The next time I saw Mike was between ten and eleven o'clock the next morning which Saturday? He came from a house in a red pickup truck. that. I saw him again later in the day between three and four o'clock. He. told me Stacey was dead. He was a totally different person. Race statements were helpful. But what he said didn't give me any closer to finding out where exactly Mike and Patty were between two o'clock in the morning and the next time there accounted for which is around seven thirty am. You See. Mike. told the FBI that he got up around seven o'clock walked over to Stacy's and took the newspaper upstairs. According to him he was alone patty stayed behind sleeping at Janis. He says after he dropped the paper off, he went to the Duchess of Deir Diner for breakfast. He ate then called Joni around seven.

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Vic Martinez on what he learned as a leader at Disney

Hacking Your Leadership

02:50 min | Last week

Vic Martinez on what he learned as a leader at Disney

"Names Vic Martinez and you're listening to the hacking you leadership podcast guests series the most impactful leader mentor my life would have to be Mike Myers. A reported up to him in some way during my career Walt Disneyworld and he was always a shining example of what a true leader should be by just watching him and spending time with him. I learned that people should be taken care of instead of managed he taught me how to build effective teams and how to leverage people, skills and passions to get the best work out of them and best of all, he taught me how to own my mistakes and keep moving forward instead of dwelling on them. The first mistake meat is a leader of people might have been dermot first year as a Disney leader at. Disney. Most customers want to grow with the company and I assume that this personnel at down did as well long story short. I was trying to help them get out of their shell grow and apply to be a trainer. What I didn't do is get to know them better I or I. Would have learned that they didn't really want to be a trainer or teach people. They were perfectly happy as Kenny art is making caramel apples all day and anyone more responsibility in. Now focus on building relationships and really getting to know the person and more importantly their needs before I offer up any advice or offer help and career development. The difference between a good leader and a great leader simple. They care and they backup that care what action. I've been fortunate enough to be raised by amazing leaders I mean I was sixteen when I started with Disney our leaders were basically like my parents teaching me right and wrong every day. But my absolute favorite leaders were the ones who cared had empathy had natural emotional intelligence. One of my most favorite moments was when my dad came to visit me when I was an early cashier at Disney. He worked nights and weekends saw only got to see him a few hours a week and my leader remembered me sharing that with him months ago and confidence in he instead of telling me to go back to work, he said Hey Vick don't you go over data tour of the operation take thirty forty, five minutes. I thought I was going to get in trouble for for him being there, and and this leader decided to put me I in the operation second for about thirty, forty, five minutes. But that thirty forty five minutes was so impactful that I would work late or come in on my day off and and give him my best work. No matter what after that because of so indebted to. His kindness I don't have direct reports in my current role at NPR but I realize you don't need them to be a leader, a measure success as leader of people in developer talent by looking at attrition. If our client is leaving us then didn't see the value won't we offer, and that issue could be as simple as that were they think we're too expensive and when I hear that. I hear that they don't think we deserve to be paid that much for what they're cutting. So something's wrong. So work with many people to ensure that the client is taking care of sees the value of their purchase and continues to do business with us. Being in sales is really starts with me and it's up to me this at the right expectations and give my team the tools. They need to successfully onboard the client and when things go wrong on Yo on blame I just seek to understand entitles failures with a teachable moment and maybe add another bullet points at a checklist. Then I follow up to ensure it doesn't happen again and when it doesn't, I make sure to thank them I think this is a healthier way to work with others to accomplish the same goal.

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Interview with Kayzo

Back To Back

05:36 min | Last week

Interview with Kayzo

"Time to slow down a little your. Time now. More, than pursue it was it was much I. It's still nice but I'm definitely. At a point now where? Be going, to bed. At like. I'm in like some. Like nine thirty. Every night I've only going to bed. So early every night so very well rested the first time in a long time. So now I'm like h Tina. Traveling, place I'm I'm ready but. All the time. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Man I mean maybe as a way to get into it, I wanted to ask you about this because you're one of the few people I've talked to WHO's actually had this experience you did at least one of those drive in shows, right? Yeah I did one in. It's not technically Charlotte but it's called the fountain. Outside a Shar like. Forty five minutes as a shirt. That I mean walk me through that experience because I'm I'm so curious what it actually felt like to play one of those shows, right? Well, you know it's interesting because. I feel like. Every. Time. They're still I guess every week or so. The climate surrounding. Coronavirus or country or if you wanna Mike. Rugged down to what we do in music. History. Shows and safety every week or every couple of waste seems like there's a different. Tone to. The overall consensus of. Or what's not or what's what's what's considered okay, and what's not considered okay. So at the time of Accepting the drive in at the very beginning of the pandemic but that's Close closer to beginnings. He's ideas started coming on board around and I was like well only if it's safe and. assured was assured it was going to be running with all the precautions. needed. Sauza guy let's do it At least could say I did warn in my lifetime looking back on this and. The entire experience break down it was so. So. Interesting. But it was also really great on the road team. Have that one little sense of normalcy for the back with that family right? Because that's family were disconnected from right now. Yeah. Dude I. I feel like normally I spend majority of my year with these guys in the it's the first time I've seen him since probably February which was pretty wild. You're the show was It was it was interesting was very I know there's been a lot of mixture of us in a lot of controversy and a lot of different viewpoints on the drive in but my experience I can only speak it test mice during read. The people that were vice show of. It was. It was extremely safe I got there and Obviously it's. It's a it's an interesting way out stage is not normal stage, but you look out there near. Plot of land. It's massive view. It's actually in a beautiful area north. Carolina was palm land in your ads they will drive in the middle of nowhere. You know when he started when we got there for the show We had a little green room of whatever you WANNA, call it like the bandages office. Entire thing I'm looking at this? This is insane like hundreds and hundreds of cars, but all all within their confined space. And I was like nervous. We'll see our kids gonNA like. Kids. Tend to break rules Orlean at our bend the rules. Like a follow them until they get into an arcade screw, we're going to go your own thing. What I notice was everyone was actually like. Inner areas tailgating in their own area so We weren't like. Johnny not allowed to drive a students staged way to walk to the stage, which is totally GUAC panacea at all but I walk through these cars everyone like in their own spot hanging out with a small group of people everyone had their masks which I was nervous as. I. Don't want to be one of those things where. Everyone's in their mask and everyone's raging I'm like, please please please everyone is saw. A FROM MY CO engine stage wearing their masks surprisingly a lot of people were. Staying in their cars with all the tour shut listening to the music raging. That's interesting. That's kind of why were they was it on like a like an FM. Station people to so this was this was this was one of those ones amodio station June into classic drive in situation and A. was kind of interesting about the layout was we had a stage in its smaller stage. It wasn't a big festival Susan that. Was Cool. Is Right next to the right of. The movie was the wall movie projector. Only thing is like hundred tall was thing is. The biggest movie screen of. The had alive live streaming camera angle couple of angles of the media Jank from booth cameras hooked up there were projecting like live casting off the big screen and they had that makes in with I brought my vj. So he was able to to display my content. On this really cool large movie screen mixed into my live cam feed and. It was really cool. It was like I've never seen anything like that for a show like scream out large. That pretty interesting show itself. it's it's weird because we had my own borders. So they were like festivals don't monitor so loud for me on like a normal joe for me,

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Dr Aaron Tressler, DC Making Pittsburgh Healthy

FitLabPGH

06:00 min | Last week

Dr Aaron Tressler, DC Making Pittsburgh Healthy

"Welcome back to another edition of the Islamic Pittsburgh podcast. We are a podcast along with our sister podcast moving to live. The firmly believes in the ethos movement is a lifestyle, not just an activity I've said before some of our best guests come from recommendations or searching around in the Internet today's guest is actually coming because he searched out on the Internet and found me a couple of months back in sent me an email and said, hey, I've got this podcast making Pittsburgh healthy and I'd like to interview you for it and we did the interview will post that in the show links you can go listen to that podcast in IT'S A. Great, example of breaking. Down Knowledge Silos because there's so much knowledge out there. Sometimes, you don't know where to turn or sometimes you're just not aware of it. So I'm really happy day to be talking to Dr Aaron Tressler He is a chiropractic physician. He has a podcast her and as somebody who's on the north side of fifty. Also, what I think is great is he's taking the ethos movement is a lifestyle seriously because it fifty plus years of age won't let him share how old is if he wants not only is he a regular mover but he still plays rugby. So Dr. Tressler. Thanks for taking time to TALK TO FIT lab. About Movement and about your podcast to which I think is a great thing. Well, thanks for having me on the show. Ben. I love sharing my story and I love to hopefully inspire motivate people to get healthier whenever journey there on hopefully today after today's episode, they'll do a little bit more and have fun and like. I'm always curious as people who listen to fill out Pittsburgh. No one of my first questions I always ask every guest is are you a Pittsburgh native if so why are you still here if not what brought you to Pittsburgh? I am I grew up about forty five minutes east of Pittsburgh in the country and a went to slippery rock, my health and physical education specializing especially when. Back in nineteen, eighty seven and I moved West Palm Beach Florida get my teaching job when I was lived on there I began playing rugby there. I said they'll never come back. I said I have not coming back to the snow went to Chiropractic school in Georgia life and I chose that because it had the best rugby team. In any Brackley School, what are the best in the nation? And then after that, we had one daughter we my wife was pregnant with our second and I thought we gotta get we should get close to family so I did the trip back to Pittsburgh and I've been here ever since twenty six years here so and I love it it's it's great. So I'm always interested to hear when somebody does a career change into go from teaching to Chiropractic although I think you would agree that as a chiropractor you are teaching or educating it's just a different body but what was it at a? As a young teacher in high school or junior high school or elementary school says, okay I'm done with this. I'M GONNA. Go to chiropractic school. How did you find that path? It sounds crazy I I really believe God led my path the was orchestrating it. I didn't know at the time but I was Going back to slippery rock, they did a phenomenal job teaching. Physical Education is an education without her physical body. We have nothing that's how I look at it and. They so I, I graduated with the Palm Beach and It was looked at as like a gym teacher and remember parents saying to me once Did, you have to go to school to be a gym teacher and it just Just irked me. Teachers didn't understand the importance of integrating physical movement with the kids were they would say, Hey, the kids they didn't get their schoolwork that we're going to keep him out of your class to get their math at the wait a second. This is physical movement. This is just as important learning three plus three. So I had the best school in Jupiter Florida, a brand new school I was so frustrated I visited like university in Atlanta and I saw the rugby team and the rugby players me into just do it and you'll love it. It's great. I said, we're planning to get married my wife and I I said that let's do it. She said, okay. So I finished up my third year teaching got married. Atlanta Georgia playing rugby like two weeks later and I woke up thinking, how will you get here? So I love to I love Chiropractic I love integrating exercise movement nutrition lifestyle choices with the body and keeping his body healthy because it is absolutely incredible. I'm also always curious how people find out. There sports activities are the lifetime of movement where was it? You were first exposed to rugby from. What your age is, I. Know that that point in time in the late seventies early eighties a high school student. Rugby. Probably. Wasn't that comet I mean it's still common but I know there's a few teams in the Pittsburgh area. I. Never heard of it. I. Played Sports was a little kid by love football baseball and then going to slippery rock I didn't play their played intramural stuff and they talked about the rugby team I thought that's crazy. I am not playing rugby. You guys are saying when I moved to Florida my roommate. On the rugby team and I was playing softball for local church and I was the crazy I was diving into at second base diving for every ball. I'd leap filthy broken and this is a church league and they're looking me saying why you're doing this. If you'RE GONNA play all up. So my roommate talked me into visiting watching a game. So I went watch the game thinking that this is going to be brutally insane I. Loved it. I thought this is this is just what I want for pair spikes on a mouthpiece. The next Tuesday I was at practice and that was back in nineteen, eighty, eight of fifty. Four and I've been playing almost consistently several years off and on with the team Kinda folded up in that. Yeah. Fifty four still going strong. It's like celery shot shut me with some some rugby blood in my system and I can't get it up. My wife thinks I'm crazy but I think she's given up on trying to talk me out with this one.

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Interview with Dr Aaron Tressler

FitLabPGH

04:24 min | Last week

Interview with Dr Aaron Tressler

"Welcome back to another edition of the Islamic Pittsburgh podcast. We are a podcast along with our sister podcast moving to live. The firmly believes in the ethos movement is a lifestyle, not just an activity I've said before some of our best guests come from recommendations or searching around in the Internet today's guest is actually coming because he searched out on the Internet and found me a couple of months back in sent me an email and said, hey, I've got this podcast making Pittsburgh healthy and I'd like to interview you for it and we did the interview will post that in the show links you can go listen to that podcast in IT'S A. Great, example of breaking. Down Knowledge Silos because there's so much knowledge out there. Sometimes, you don't know where to turn or sometimes you're just not aware of it. So I'm really happy day to be talking to Dr Aaron Tressler He is a chiropractic physician. He has a podcast her and as somebody who's on the north side of fifty. Also, what I think is great is he's taking the ethos movement is a lifestyle seriously because it fifty plus years of age won't let him share how old is if he wants not only is he a regular mover but he still plays rugby. So Dr. Tressler. Thanks for taking time to TALK TO FIT lab. About Movement and about your podcast to which I think is a great thing. Well, thanks for having me on the show. Ben. I love sharing my story and I love to hopefully inspire motivate people to get healthier whenever journey there on hopefully today after today's episode, they'll do a little bit more and have fun and like. I'm always curious as people who listen to fill out Pittsburgh. No one of my first questions I always ask every guest is are you a Pittsburgh native if so why are you still here if not what brought you to Pittsburgh? I am I grew up about forty five minutes east of Pittsburgh in the country and a went to slippery rock, my health and physical education specializing especially when. Back in nineteen, eighty seven and I moved West Palm Beach Florida get my teaching job when I was lived on there I began playing rugby there. I said they'll never come back. I said I have not coming back to the snow went to Chiropractic school in Georgia life and I chose that because it had the best rugby team. In any Brackley School, what are the best in the nation? And then after that, we had one daughter we my wife was pregnant with our second and I thought we gotta get we should get close to family so I did the trip back to Pittsburgh and I've been here ever since twenty six years here so and I love it it's it's great. So I'm always interested to hear when somebody does a career change into go from teaching to Chiropractic although I think you would agree that as a chiropractor you are teaching or educating it's just a different body but what was it at a? As a young teacher in high school or junior high school or elementary school says, okay I'm done with this. I'M GONNA. Go to chiropractic school. How did you find that path? It sounds crazy I I really believe God led my path the was orchestrating it. I didn't know at the time but I was Going back to slippery rock, they did a phenomenal job teaching. Physical Education is an education without her physical body. We have nothing that's how I look at it and. They so I, I graduated with the Palm Beach and It was looked at as like a gym teacher and remember parents saying to me once Did, you have to go to school to be a gym teacher and it just Just irked me. Teachers didn't understand the importance of integrating physical movement with the kids were they would say, Hey, the kids they didn't get their schoolwork that we're going to keep him out of your class to get their math at the wait a second. This is physical movement. This is just as important learning three plus three. So I had the best school in Jupiter Florida, a brand new school I was so frustrated I visited like university in Atlanta and I saw the rugby team and the rugby players me into just do it and you'll love it. It's great. I said, we're planning to get married my wife and I I said that let's do it. She said, okay. So I finished up my third year teaching got married. Atlanta Georgia playing rugby like two weeks later and I woke up thinking, how will you get here? So I love to I love Chiropractic I love integrating exercise movement nutrition lifestyle choices with the body and keeping his body healthy because it is absolutely incredible.

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A Curious Way to Improve Outcomes in Substance Use Disorder Space

Outcomes Rocket

04:47 min | 3 weeks ago

A Curious Way to Improve Outcomes in Substance Use Disorder Space

"Welcome, back to the outcome rocket podcasts for re chat with today's most successful and inspiring healthcare leaders really wish that you could visit us at outcomes rockets dot health slash reviews where you can rate and review today's episode. We have an amazing guest. His name is Jacob Levinson he's the CEO at map help management. Jacobs. Extensive career is focused on being very dialed into the healthcare center. He's member of board of Directors Levinson. Foundation privately funded Philanthropic Organization Charter to really develop, manage, and fund diverse portfolio and humanitarian activities around the world. He's a member try private capital. He's just done so many things in realm of just contributing to this humanitarian. Capacity that his fit in health care makes so much sense and you guys all hear the passionate voice when we dive deeper. But what I WANNA do is open up the microphone to Jacob. So he could fill in the gaps in the introduction Jacob Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me excited to be on with you know get good job introduction nothing to add looking forward to next forty five minutes or so of of hitting some of these were topics absolutely in so Jacob why did you decide to get into the medical sector? You could have done so many things, but you decided to land here. Why asked myself that often? It's like a Greek tragedy. For your run from it, the more you run into it. So I grew up around a lot of active substance use disorder in my house it. Oh, child of the late eighties nineties KINDA GROPE UNSEEN KINDA staff and Watch family members struggle, and the last thing I ever wanted to do was a line my professional career with anything that had to do with addiction or substance use disorder. So of course, that's exactly what happened. It wasn't by choice it was I I don't know some sort of gravitational pull maybe back to what I knew. So I it's no I don't think it's any secret that you grow up kind of around substance use disorder, and then someone like me ends up involved in writing algorithms to detect active substance use I. Mean I've been doing it too right. So I don't know if there's a coherent explanation but I was born. Into the addiction world in that sense. Yeah. It was woven into your fiber as as kid and it was sorta like something you've been doing. So why not continue to do it? There's a lot of work that needs to be done in this space out there and I felt like that we had an opportunity to make some change and we need to put our best foot forward go do something. So yeah, it's exciting time and really pivotal Kinda critical juncture in history we're watching so many things transformed are going to drive this for the next generation to generation. So kind of having a a front seat of somebody that's really exciting. Yeah that's super exciting and so for the listeners, maybe you could dive in a little bit on what some of the work that you guys do and how it's relevant to the space shirt. So I'll try to keep it simple. We focus predominantly on individuals who have a substance use disorder diagnosis. What we call addiction is to kind of put that some staggering terms twenty two and a half twenty, three, million Americans fit the criteria for substance use disorder, which is a big number of that high. High, and this year to bigger number mind blowing than national economic impact of substance abuse a little bit different than substance use disorder but substance abuse is about seven hundred, forty, billion dollars annually. So that's almost in line with our national defense budget. But that's things work lost productivity. That's every dollar that is extended. If you will as a result of substance abuse sweeping up glass after you I rex everything. So and trump a couple of weeks ago declared this a public health emergency, a public emergency. We have a public health crisis opioid crisis, which is grabbing headlines Yes, but it's by far not the number one cost driver, nor is it the number one kind of killer in Dash Ud world if you will out well, let's set tobacco aside but alcohol far kills more people than opiates still to this day just doesn't do it in a headline grabbing away like a fictional overdose but to jump to question quickly, we managed people who have a sense use disorder diagnosis using peers, I mean people. Who are in successful recovery but what we do the truly interesting we tech enable them and we date enable them. So we put a lot of tech and other tools at their fingertips that help them identify people who are struggling, make better decisions and helping them ultimately, the whole game here is to improve outcomes for people, substance use disorder, and chip away at that seven hundred, forty billion dollars that were emerging as a nation.

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Sibling Strife - When Your Child Keeps Hating On Her Little Brother

Janet Lansbury Podcast

07:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Sibling Strife - When Your Child Keeps Hating On Her Little Brother

"Daughter is a bright strong willed child who would not let anyone near her but me until she was eighteen months old, she had severe separation anxiety and was often disarray regulated on a hair trigger her tantrums several times a day with lasts from forty five minutes up to two hours and sometimes left her. So exhausted she would fall asleep on the floor where she had pounded her fists only a moment before. She has never recovered from the arrival of her brother now three and a half when she was twenty two months old. Since he was born, she has subjected him to physical violence and verbal taunting. Continues to this day. She often says she hates him we've tried all your techniques and I've poured through all your articles and podcasts for help with this issue she has been to to child psychologists consecutively who have tried to assist her with managing her emotions. Appropriately, my blocking interventions are sometimes not quick enough to stop her hands connecting with her brother's little face or body I try extremely hard to remain calm and not fueled the behavior saying I won't let you hit that hurts but the bullying behavior persist and persist no matter what I do or say My partner and I have both worked from home since the kids were born. So they see us all the time and both get a lot of one on one attention even more. So now that we are home-schooling due to covid nineteen, her brother is a gentle loving and forgiving little boy who sometimes cries to me that K. hurts me it breaks my heart. I am at a loss as this has been going on for years now, and I'm concerned is doing damage to my son when an incident happens I, of course, go to my son I to comfort him. But I, also look at my miserable older child who is clearly distressed and does not want the mystifying negative feelings she experiences as a result of hurting her brother and upsetting her parents. I do not believe in inauthentic forced apologies. So I. Wait for her to calm down and then we have a cuddle while I try to reflect back her frustrations with being a big sister and explained that I understand she must feel sad and angry sometimes we then discuss other ways she could express her anger rather than hitting an unkind words, but she often blocks her ears or runs away at suggestions. Both my children are in pain and I need some new strategies waiting for emotional maturity and impulse control to develop does a disservice to both siblings who are looking to me to provide a compass through the storms. Any additional advice you could provide would be so gratefully received. Thanks. Okay. So I hear how hard this parent is trying to help her children get beyond this heavier. This is obviously a very committed parent and it also brings up for me the realization that even with all these details that she's provided, it is very challenging for me to really visualize how this parent looks in action interacting with her children, and that is a struggle that I have with written notes even with phone consultations I'm still trying to picture what the dynamic between the parent and child actually looks and feels like, and that's my favorite way of all to help parents is to do in person consultations, which, of course, bodice convenient and partner to arrange. But then I can actually see almost immediately what's going on and I'm able to help parents make a shift. Sometimes even video of parents interacting with children as helpful and even when I'm talking to parents on the phone, sometimes their child will come and interrupt and all the able to get a glimpse right there of how this parent says Boundaries and Response when their child is wanting them and the parents can't be there for them. It can be so illuminating. So having said, bat there are a lot of details here and I'm going to do my best to intuit what's going on but as always does a lot of guesswork and I may not be completely accurate. What I'm hearing is that her daughter is to start out with quite sensitive. Strong willed insensitive together, and the parents says from the beginning her child would not let anyone near her but this parent until she was eighteen months old, she had severe separation anxiety. So what that tells me is it sounds like this family may be accommodated these feelings, which is, of course, a normal thing to do when you have a child that little on they're saying, no no, I'm going to cry unless this person's there. It's understandable to want to make that happen for them. But what that actually does is prevent the child from processing those feelings. It also communicates to the child that we agree with them in a sense that they can't be okay with anyone else but us. That may not be what we intend at all, but that's what children take from it. So it those feelings even stronger. Maybe, there's some fear that gets attached to them. If I don't get what I want. Not. Going to be okay. And so it makes our child even more in this case dependent on and needy for her parent. What I would recommend if possible, but this or any kind of fear or feelings that a child has is to not try to accommodate a to continue normally sometimes your other parent is going to be the one to do this with you. Maybe even this other caregiver or your grandparents is going to do it and you can have strong feelings about that. We want to hear those were okay with you expressing that in fact, we want you to express it. We're not going to change things or try to avoid this in any way. I'll often hear from parents who say things like my child won't let me not play with them or my child won't let me ever leave their side or go to the bathroom on my own or stop nursing, and what that tells me is that the parent is not comfortable with the child having the feelings they need to have around those experiences. The feelings are the healing. and. Then severe separation anxiety. So children do go through sometimes a period of separation anxiety or stranger anxiety, but this isn't to be taken as it's going to traumatize our child. If we leave, it's a sensitivity that they have usually during this period between around eight months to fifteen months. It's the sensitivity as they are making steps forward and development and maybe walking and they sense more separation between us this either part of them wants to hold on to not let us go. So it's kind of a push pull. We want to be sensitive to, but we don't want to accommodate it. So we're not gonNA take extra long away from our child or do it more often than we need to or want to but we still have to do it. We still have to separate and let those other people care for our child or whatever it is or even allow them to be alone for a couple of minutes while we're doing something.

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Zoologists Successfully Get Bengal Tigers To 69 In Captivity

The Topical

00:58 sec | Last month

Zoologists Successfully Get Bengal Tigers To 69 In Captivity

"It's being hailed as quite an achievement today as conservationist at the San. Diego. Zoo were able to successfully get a pair of Bengal tigers to sixty nine in captivity joining us. Now with more is one of the researchers responsible for the breakthrough accomplishment San, Diego, zoo director. Mason Shouli Mason. Thank you for joining us. It's my pleasure. Thank you for having me. So Mason, this is being called a major breakthrough in conservation history why conservation methods are always aimed at accurately duplicating an animal's natural habitats at unfortunately, our habitats now just weren't accurate enough to make the animals feel comfortable hanging out like they do in the wild. so in their natural habitats there regularly. Sixty nine, each other yes. Mutual oral sex is a necessary and healthy part of any big cat sexual repertoire, their sex positive animals. So they typically want to give and receive equal parts whenever their partners in the mood they typically go for hours in the wild but went on and we're con are to Bengal cats went down on each other for forty five minutes. He was more than we could hope for

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How to Schedule Your Time More Effectively

Marketing School

04:48 min | Last month

How to Schedule Your Time More Effectively

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how to schedule your time more effectively. So I don't have tons of tips on this one. I know air probably does more than me but I'm GonNa give you the two tips that I do and then the rest is all eric. The first is I have assistant that helps me a law you can always hire. A virtual assistant, there's a lot of sites offer that, but that's one way. The other thing that I do is a checklist everything that needed accomplish during that day. Literally I have a checklist for each and every single day and I accomplish it. You don't go to sleep unless you convert your sick you better still combat ship before you go to see and you'll figure out how to get it done and then sometimes like. I want that extra time on. Monday to do x Y and Z, or want to take that vacation while if I had a checklist the next two weeks, which do because they start creating bands. Okay. If I want that vacation that time off I need to go and complete. Things. All those checklists of coming weeks. If we're GONNA, take that time off, and that's my way of just getting the most out of my time. The funny thing is even when you take the time off, you still have a new checklist. So we're. On vacation onboard. My wife loves sending places I and stuff like that, and I don't care for the sending places some psycho. Yeah you go on the beach and do what everyone and I'M GONNA. Go critic neutral rethink more work than. So similar I used to have a really long list as an early my career really long list of things I. Remember watching this video is like you know a lot of people have a lot of these TD's right STD's can mean different things but in this case is has shit to do so you don't WanNa do that 'cause the problem is if you do that, you don't have any priorities and so what I learned over the years this is very similar to kneel as well. I, have a checklist right in fact now have physical. A physical checklist. Now, where I write things usually I try to keep it to three main things i. get those things done like it's a good day. So that's up what I do and in front of me I, have my top goal for the year and I tried to center everything I do around those my checklist based on those. So I don't try to do all these other things because otherwise I'm like I really work on too many things and if I try to add all these, here's this other. Here's is like I'm always bringing. Neil are talking about these ideas all the time Oh what do you think about this? What do you think about this but that's too much. You have to be able to focus otherwise it gets crazy. So that's one piece I do definitely recommend in EA I actually use a service called belay solutions recommended by our mutual friend said I got this great year by the way most as don't work well with me I think difficult to work with but I remember that time we interviewed a all prisons. Amazing. You should hire them I'm like, no, thank you too expensive. Do you remember that? As like two years ago you're like I read this EA. They're awesome at. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I, was like one thank you. Two hundred grand super expensive and like no thank you. Don't, but it doesn't have to cost a lot of money to do the stuff that Eric and I are talking about even with the h you can get someone to help you out for like I. Kid you not like a few hundred bucks a month virtually. So there's couple services there's one called Shepherd support, shepherd, DOT com. So type in that and you can get they actually have a really. Good vetting process for Filipino, Vase and some people might complain about that. But there are some really good ones bolaise a little more expensive I think it goes up to forty or fifty bucks an hour but my ea comes military background. So she could take the heat when I bring the heat boom boom boom boom and she's like, yeah, give me more give me more. She gets stronger from it. Unlike, yes, exactly what I need. So you gotta think about your personality, they will help block time off for you. I think I still use my scheduling links. So you schedule once I don't know if you do this the old but I, think there's a season for things right there seasons where you try to keep your calendar completely empty and their seasons words like scheduled like crazy. So for me right? Now a Mondays, all my one on ones. All of I have themes, all ones, autism meetings those are Monday Tuesdays and Wednesdays are more free for Friday's like this. I have no meetings. The only meetings I do are what Neil like this fighters are all for strategic thinking time blocked out. So I can I have the space to think about things Neil how do you do you do know meetings right? Eddie meetings but not that many period like I just cut back on the meetings altogether and I realized like meetings are inefficient. Yeah. I just call I need something. Yeah. I'll be the first to say, yes, he does that the other thing too is instead of doing like forty five minute meetings thirty minute means cut it to fifteen minutes US county or whatever make default your fifteen minutes 'cause usually you'll find that you can fill that time quickly you drag it out to thirty and it's just like people start it's called

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Jim Bourke IAC President Discusses What Got Him Into Acrobatic Aviation

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

04:01 min | Last month

Jim Bourke IAC President Discusses What Got Him Into Acrobatic Aviation

"Eventually got you into aerobatics You know obviously, you had exposure to a bunch of different airplanes. You know you're working with airshows. Did it kind of come out of that? Well sort of did because I grew up around pilots to me everybody was a pilot everyone I looked up to as a pilot, and at that time in the seventies, there was a lot of really great aviation going on tons of aircraft new aircraft being produced. There's a lot of people buying airplanes, a lot of flights, a lot of pancake breakfasts and a lot of airshows especially small town near shows a lot of that's not around anymore. But that time we could go to an air show seemed like or. Some. Kind of a flying event seem like every week every weekend shirts we did a lot of that and it was part my dad's way making social connections. So we did a lot of that kind of thing, and in particular I remember going to the air show at off Air Force Base I grew up in in Omaha and I have a very clear memory of the Blue Angels Flying Air Force, which they did briefly at that air show I remember sitting on my dad's shoulders and watching that and watching. Some other air show performers that are well known. Now, you know looking back on, it was really very fortunate to see that show a lot of great stuff going on there. But. That really got me excited about the idea of flying an airplane in aerobatics and then my dad had us atop here for while we hit several different airplanes. The one I remember the most is a Casa what the cost of jet a Spanish fighter jet. Blue it'd did loops and rolls and things, and I was probably sixteen or something, and that really that really hit me but then I just didn't have very much money and I. Ended up working at a hobby store and getting into model airplanes. So I spent a couple of decades working very heavily in the model airplane industry still do and got involved in aerobatics and became really proficient flying. Are Sierra in at some point I just decided you know I have the money. Now I could have a real airplane and do the stuff in a real airplane boy I you know monitors hate it when I call real airplanes really airplane. Their full-scale at full-scale full-scale. Yeah. I realized I could buy a full-scale airplane and be inside the airplane, and after that, it just been a a dream and I'm I'm very involved in it ever since then. That's that's that's awesome and then how did you get involved with a with I? Did, you start starting competition aerobatics and just kind of move up from there. Well, you know my first exposure to the icy was when I lived in Dallas and at that time the icy nationals was. Basically Sherman, which is about forty five minutes or an hour north where I lived and my friends, and I would always go up there to to kind of hang out and look at the airplanes and talk to the pilots and we had them all on pedestals because we were model airplane guys you know it was a two. So exciting to walk around and see these. Lasers and and Giles, or so the hot airplanes the time, and then also the pits by planes and all the cooler planes that are out there in the nineties was a time of tremendous innovation in in Arabic airplane design. A lot of the planes were flying really came out of that sort of era, the late eighties and early nineties when a lot of. design changes were made and we will all went to monoplane was one of the biggest changes that happened to that horsepower ramped up from four cylinders to six cylinders says a lot of really interesting things going on and that's what That's what really got me. To know about the icy into to see that it was something and but still not approachable to me because of my budget at the time. But I knew it was then and I I started meeting people through RC connections over the years who had I see background including. Matt Chapman. WHO's an air show pilot or was he retired? But at the time I knew him as a mater and some other people's well that I that you met and so it never really totally left me from that experience in the early to mid ninety s didn't leave me but it just wasn't something I could do until I finally found myself in you know two, thousand, five, thousand, six and realize hey, you know I could just go do this and Been Fifteen years ago I guess that I got into it as a pilot. I have my license I. Think I got it in eighty seven within sixteen or seventeen. And? I. Had my licence but just didn't really use it for fun until I got into airbags and that's when I realized. Oh airplanes are fun really fun.

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Overlooked Auteurs: Ida Lupino and Maya Deren

Filmspotting

09:08 min | Last month

Overlooked Auteurs: Ida Lupino and Maya Deren

"Guys. In this first episode of your. Marathon. With my appearance films, Meshes of the afternoon at land and ritual in transfigured time and IDA. Lupino. The hitchhiker I've been thinking about how to connect these two directors and these films if it is fair to connect them. On the one hand Lupino and Darren have little in Common Darrin made experimental films bending cinemas form and it's character and narrative conventions and she worked holy outside the studio system. She was this film theorist writer director actor where she funded promoted and screened her own work off and on living room walls. Lupino on the other hand made more straightforward narrative films following character plot and structure conventions, and she worked from inside the Studio System With Archaic Pictures for example, ultimately distributing the hitchhiker. But it is notable that Lupino was actually suspended from studio contracts and when she turned to directing, she formed her own production company called the filmmakers and beyond production itself both women in their unique ways bucked the system and pioneered that own paths and I think I must say, Latinos, the hitchhiker is perhaps for me alternately as subversive as the wonderful woman figure in Darren's at land this figure who crawls and gropes her way along the long table at a formal dinner party exposing and disrupting their rituals and expectations of so-called polite society. Take the ways both Darren's meshes of the afternoon and Lupinos the hitchhiker reference and disrupt the conventions of filled noir of their day. If nor films broadly speaking are these thrillers featuring things like low key lighting and claustrophobic urban interiors kind of a somber mood a sense of cynicism inescapable fatalism, an anti hero of course, and FM fatal both films give us many of these things but new Lupino Duar in the hitchhiker rejects the classic cityscape and creates the same coster phobic intensity in a wide open desert landscape instead. She also rejects a FEM fatal that figure of Man's demise, and she focuses our attention on the brittle masculinity of her male characters, exposing guns fetish wielded only by those who are weakest and most insecure. And instead of a SAM spade type figure furiously asserting his independence, I won't play the SAP for you. Lupino suggests it's in vulnerability and Camaraderie where true strength lies. And Darren's noir infuse meshes of the afternoon while offering her character, a claustrophobic cycle of fate within the walls of a city home from which noir like death seems only escape. She even more radically rejects cohesive ideas of anti heroine, FEM, fatale, and makes her central figure a woman someone who she makes both anti hero amphay towel. And instead of a thriller playing out over a three act structure, she makes it a thriller wholly confined to one individual's mind where we see justice many twists and character trails as any new are. So my question for both of you as you begin this new marathon and consider Lupino and Darren specifically is what do you see in these directors films that like the connections to Nuwara that we've noted the film's are products of the kind of cinematic conventions that every filmmaker is in debt to, but also showcase evidence of trail-blazing in form and in content the you so much. Melissa. For that setup, we hope that we'll. Get a chance to hear from Melissa another time or two throughout this marathon. But she certainly did an excellent job getting a started she also in her extended voicemail pointed out that look was the only woman director who is included in Andrew Sarah says the American cinema directors and directions from nineteen, sixty eight, which included his ranking of directors. He kinda put him in different tiers of his Pantheon if you will and Lupino. was there, and of course Sarah the man who coined the term at least here in the United States, the auteur theory that are marathon title references he had her in the back of the book called Oddities One shots and newcomers and also rightfully points out. She wishes that says had just left Lupino out as his entry on her work basically dams her with Faint Praise Melissa gave us a question there to wrestle with. As we consider both of these filmmakers how rooted in traditional filmmaking and even especially in Lupinos case Richard in genre their films are but also how trail-blazing, how pioneering their work truly is what stood out to you in that regard with both of these filmmakers well, let me start with Darren, and first off just to say that I think meshes of the afternoon. Her first film is a flat out masterpiece it just completely. Knocked me over in a way that reminded me of a film that's in the tradition I think you could say Darren was working in and that's Louis Boone Wells whom Chen and Lu which we did as part of our boone. Well, Marathon Adam. So it's a this is an experimental surrealist film in a Lotta ways meshes of the afternoon but what is distinct about it to me is the way dare intakes this dreamlike atmosphere this the sense of dreaming the intellectual surrealism at play and made it. So intimate this movie just feels completely distinct from something like Shin and blue because it was an emotional experience for me whereas. The other one I think you're kind of like a fun puzzle to think about and it's you know. Under Lewis disturbing absolutely in it, it strikes you on that level. But here as we follow this woman played by Darren who walks into a house in the afternoon goes up some stairs notices. Some items falls asleep in a chair and then the whole sequence kind of repeats and it repeats a number of times. I just basically felt with each level even as it got increasingly surreal, it was. Another level of psychology we were really exploring of this particular person. There are ideas at play here, but there is also a person who's who's reality and whose very life we can say is at play. So in addition to all of sort of the experimental touches techniques that we can probably talk about in this this short film, it's sort of that the way the movie really captured psychological distress. Dislocation for me that makes it stand out and stand alongside I would say something like in China Angelo. Yeah, I agree and I think maybe the best way for me to try to get an answer to Melissa's question is to talk about the fascinating intersection of these two directors. We put them together pretty randomly there the first films in our series chronologically, and it worked out that we would combine some films here because the three Darren films combined are about forty five minutes and Lupinos the hitchhiker is only about seventy minutes. So that's a solid two hours there between these filmmakers but how perfect was it Josh watching? These films together and thinking about these two filmmakers together you have Lupino someone who I think is clearly interested in using cinema to reflect reality and you know this from watching the hitchhiker and especially that opening bit of text right that tells you that this is based on true events than you're going to see facts play out at uses that word and even implicating you as a viewer saying, this could be you yes. Experience could happen to you but also how focused she is on putting us as viewers through this experience with these characters so that sense of reality is omnipresent and I also know it because i. Watched a video was I think on the Criterion Channel website? It's a very short video, maybe a minute, but just kind of puts lupinos career and Perspective Imaging Sarah Smith is the critic who talks about her work and she says explicitly, Lupino wanted to make documentary style films about contemporary social problems like rape unplanned, pregnancy, disability bigamy, and the corresponding clip examples there notably, all feature women in these movies and women's stories. That's not the case at all. Of course, with the hitchhiker. Now, you've got Latino on one end of this realism spectrum, and then you've got Darren on the complete opposite using cinema not to express reality. Or reflect reality to completely transform it and I think where they meet in a really interesting way is in Lupinos, expressionistic flourishes and endurance psychological realism. You said a perfect word there the intimacy of those three shorts that we watched. That's where these two filmmakers crossover they seem so disparate and distinct, and they are, but they're also mining some of the territory.

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Should I Let My Little Brother Move In With Us?

Ramsey Call of the Day

06:26 min | Last month

Should I Let My Little Brother Move In With Us?

"It's of Tuesday and this is the Ramsey call of the day part of the Ramsey networks. Lincoln Nebraska Dylan is Pie Dylan what's up? So. Excited to talk you. Know. I'm calling because I'm currently in baby step two with my husband. And we originally started at twenty, five thousand and we're down to about sixteen thousand. And my parents are going through a really bad divorce and my sixteen year old little brother would like to move in with me and my husband We're kind of at odds about it because. I want to let him move in but my husband. Wants to stay get intense and he's concerned. It will be too much of an expense if we let him move in. Are. You do you live near where he lives now? No they live about forty, five minutes away from Moscow I guess not too bad but he would stay in his same school community as a car. no she would transfer to school here in mine town. About forty five minutes from here. And what is the financial condition of your parents? Very poor they've filed bankruptcy and they are still even after the bankruptcy twenty, five, thousand and. What's your household income? Sixty five, thousand. What costs are associated with bringing him in food. food he would be would have to help him get a car because he doesn't have one and with daycare with my son Conflict with school scheduling. Bus Doesn't run front of Your House. You sorry. There's a bus not run for the school in front of Your House. No. But he he could. He could walk for a while it would just be hard one turn you really cold. How Far Away is it? About, a mile here That's not bad as nice little hike. uphill both ways and snow right You could tell his grandkids about it some day. It sounds like things are pretty miserable for him I want to help him. Me Too. So how is he miserable enough to? Take on some other forms of misery in order to get out of there like for instance, when he moves in with you, he starts he starts a job immediately and I saves up right quick and gets him a thousand dollar car. And he pays for it. He would be willing to work I I'm just concerned it would affect his grades. I'm concerned that he's living in a cesspool and he needs to get out. I'm not, concerned. About his range. He needs to work. If I'm your husband and you came to me and said, look, he'll take a job and he'll work this many hours and make much money He'll pay US fifty bucks a month for food and he'll save up to everything else and beyond a budget the way we teach him in order to save up and pay cash for his furlough thousand dollar car that we're going to help him get. We could be saving his life please let's do this for my brother. I think that's a regional thing. But if your little brother wants to move in there and sit on the couch and eat Doritos, all afternoon and suck. And play video games and sit on his butt. And then gripe because he ain't got a car that you gave him that he's entitled to because he breathes air this is different animal you following me. So I'm just I if he is as desperate to get out of that mess as it sounds like he is then he's desperate enough to do some crap. When he hits the road overture housing, it's get his life straightened out. I'm sorry for him. It's a tough road. He's at such situation. He's in his parents are both completely unplugged. Basically emotionally have abandoned him financially of abandoned him and he's sixteen years old. Let's talk. I'm. heartbreaking. But. If I'm your husband, your husband, he doesn't WanNa take a project on. He wants to bring in bring in someone that he can be a blessing to. If I'm your husband that's what I would be sitting on and so I think you can lay out some guidelines and then talk to your little brother and say these are our conditions if you will meet those, you're welcome. And of course, when you live under my roof, you live by my rules to. Come home drunk at sixteen years old. You're not doing dope it sixteen years old you're not doing you know out I just fill in the blank right? On Sunday. We're going to church or this is what we do at our house. Okay. If you live in my house, you do what we do at my house. You don't WanNa live there. It's okay. You don't like that that's live somewhere else. But when you're under my roof, this is high works. That's kind of old school. Should we did have a basic savings account for the car? Yeah. Just help him. I don't care if he puts it in a fruit jar. Just won't even I just wanted to sixty hours a week and go get him thousand dollars. Right? Quick. Okay sounds good. Just Bust I. Mean I just want him bust his butt man I want he's got a lot of emotion. He can burn off a bunch of it working. Yeah I agree I think that he's definitely willing to do what it takes anything more I just had reservations about forcing him to work so much I don't I don't have any reservations about it at all the best thing ever happened to him. He he won't die from it when you're working really really hard right before you pass out, she went to worry about work killing you won't kill you. So it's okay. You're going to be. All right. That's going to be the best thing ever happened to him. You're giving him safe emotional environment to live in someone that loves him and actually cares about his well being you're a good person. You're good sister. Well done. Just put some guidelines on it. So your husband feels like he's participating in. Process it's helpful and not enabling a bunch of crap.

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We Went to Goodwill Everyday for A Week. Here's What Happened.

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

06:33 min | 2 months ago

We Went to Goodwill Everyday for A Week. Here's What Happened.

"Welcome back everyone welcome back. I'm Nina I'm Shannon we did a thing. We did. So. This was your idea Tomo. Tell them what it was. Yeah. So it was like Hey Dina we have a lot of time on her hands. Let's go to the store every day for a week and you're like. I. Already do that. Let's do it. I do I didn't realize I was doing it until you kinda called me out on it. It didn't really start off as a challenge for me. I found myself with some extra time that I've been home since March I was a selling machine, right? Like people are a buying mood right now. So I kept going back to restock stuff and then you call me out on it and I noticed how much I was going and so you're like, let's make it official and do a goodwill challenge where we went to goodwill days in a row and we wanted to see what we found in how we felt. Yeah. I feel like it was more of a challenge for me than it was for you. You're dislike dislike no big deal. Aw, who do this right here right now. I like Tuesday it was like redone. Yeah. I. All right. So let's tell them where we went. Okay. We feel like we started off strong because on Monday we went to bins and the actual good bull story that is connected to in on Waterloo and that was a good day but I feel like the bins kind of out a little bit. Yeah. And then the next day we went to state road, and then we of decided to go our separate ways for the rest of the week and I went to state road again, just to kind of check it out see what was going on see if there's any new things pop in. then. The end of the week I went to the Canal Fulton store and the Jackson store. So I was all over in multiple counties. Yeah. You sure will. Really weren't counting. Okay. So that's nice. We had a nice variety. We weren't sure if we're going to do the same exact goodwill every day, but realistically, it just didn't work out that way. So we kinda mixed it up. Let's get to the good part then. Okay. Let's talk about what were the main lessons takeaways what did you learn throughout the experience? Okay Honestly my one is I need to get back on a budget because by the end of the week I was like, oh My money. So I think that in the beginning of the year I had like a hard goal of being on a budget and having an amount that I was going to be spending monthly, and then with everything happening with the world I kind of got away from that because it didn't really need to budget for places I wasn't going, and then now I'm back out and I'm Kinda, gone gangbusters and just like vinyl too much. So that's kind of my number one is get back on a budget. That's a great point I. Remember you had a really good budget plan we talked about it before i. Even had remember you said you were going to set aside some money for sustainable brand right I need to get back on that train. Well, did you have fun? Yeah I, S- I had fun until it didn't. But I'm a grown I'm not as patient as you are. So I think like I'm very much like. At a certain point I'm done and I need to leave the store but. I think when we were together, you're there a little bit longer you know. So even just like are you okay you can leave you know and I felt bad because I'm sure you could tell that I was like so ready to leave but you definitely stay in longer than I do I'm just like sometimes I can do like thirty minutes forty five minutes but you're a good hour and a half girl if you're going hard, you know. So it's just like that's hard for me to to look. At a certain point he was like, okay let's go and you're like, Oh, I just got started on this. Yeah. Yeah that raises an important point about finding your balance as a thriftier because everybody thinks that you have to do marathon thrifts because that's just kind of how it is you WANNA, go to every corner you wanna see everything you don't want leave anything behind but I think you have to find that balance that works for you because then you will start to hate it. I like I like both like now that I have time on my hands I it's nothing for me to go in for an hour and a half. But when I'm working outside of the home and I'm not as flexible I'm in and out in our like thirty minutes looking third fifteen minutes paying fifteen minutes trying on. So it's like it's a quick process and so I could tell like I was like chicken you're putting off a lot of nervous energy right now because I was trying to do my car edit right? Like I'm going through my carton folding everything and taking pictures of everything and you're just like you were grandpa like pacing back and forth. I'm like you can leave. You know that I thought that I was getting away with it because at mask on it was like she can't see my face. I'm good shed and didn't even need to look at you the energy you were putting out like I was like Oh. My God. Am I gonNA get grounded I feel like I'm in trouble right now you say you're GonNa Kinda scared. So. Nervous that I like kind of shook it off Mike. All right. Talk Myself Out of it like you don't have much today you don't different our show. So yeah, I'm such a impatient person sometimes no I think that it's just you. I totally get that like there are some stores that I would never want to be in that in there for that long and so I think it's fine. Everybody has their different comfort level where everybody has a different comfort level and you just have to figure out what that is and that way you won't. You won't hate it right now. Yeah. So I did I did have fun I did get tired but I felt like it was a true. Thrill and treasure hunt. But besides that. So one of the first takeaways for me was that it really reminded me of how much stuff we consume. Oh, I know seeing new stuff every day. Made me both happy because I was finding really cool stuff. I was also felt like I was saving things from landfills. But I was also shocked by the sheer volume of stuff. One store can put out every single day. Like we knew that goodwill put out thousands of stuff a day especially at the bins. But when you see it happen and kind of unfold before your eyes it's like a remarkable thing, right? Right because I'm a here yesterday and now there's more and then like I'm still I'm there for two hours and then they over they rolled out like three or four carts like it's a lot harder stuff that we have in this world.

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05:31 min | 2 months ago

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"Database looking rather retrospectively your medical records and clinic visits where errands or patients saucer telling their doctor about past events at sometimes it's hard to recollect what happened or what was the trigger something that seizure truck provides is a patient reported outcome almost in real time shoe, the US alliance we record of what event occurred when in sequence of events medication was you'd provides a much finer level of detail that may be important for researchers looking at or relation kinetic years or medication yours or gain a lot more. Year that will be relevant for analyzed some important epilepsies, such a pervasive issue in the DNC community in Rabat's who were saying about. People with GNC who have seizures is a subset within that subset. There's so much diversity in the types of seizures and the triggers, and so beginning this deigned to drill down even further I think it could really open the door to understanding what sorts of options are out there for people who are struggling with seizures. Yeah and I think though as a community and thing because we think about research as an participating researching something that way think will help future generations and our contributions might not be necessarily apple. Now I think as we think about learning system and the. Way that they'll loops between clinicians, researchers, and patients are for me to share this data. We can really make an implant or we can understand location of our therapy decision faster. We can share that information with researchers and clinicians after and ideally create that Lou that come back and provides different therapies decisions that are validated through as data exchange a. so ideally, what we'd be thinking about research on participating in these data share project and the way enable researchers to get therapy changes and advice to our clinicians much faster and actually hopefully participating research double impact of direct did. And the juicy community have experienced that with past therapies have come to market in a much more rapid pace by mining the data is really going to open the door for more a better understanding of how these infect worked together. So you must have talked about how work that the science has done recently has really empowered more people to get involved in research. You know you don't have to go to a natural history. Data by site in order to participate, you can do consenting remotely and you can even have a mobile bottomless come to your house to Collect Your Bio Samples Gabrielle. Can you tell me a little bit more about what that consenting looks like in how people can get started on that cross? Yes. The first way to get involved the email me at G. Rushing at yes. Alliance stopped work in from that email I will. Get a phone call when the gentle participant or Guardian in phone cost only take about twenty to thirty minutes and I can set you on the phone. Right men there you are celebrities in in purchase meeting it will require you to sign a document that I mail to you. But right after that, I submitted a request, your mobile lobotomy company, they will call you to schedule an appointment at a time and deep of. this home in a one simple in I also will send a little emailing where it will click through where to connect their seizure data. If they aren't already, your razor conveniently will pop up with ability to create a seizure tucker without start using that data, and of course, if they are already in or natural history database or not seen at USC clinic, we will need to get medical records that have information on gist. So you do request that those medical records are either fax to US or veiled. And enter that data all those costs will be covered. So you don't have any additional clinic appointment necessary now insurance ills it's yes. Alliance will cover the cost of sending those medical records to us and as far as follow up after the initiation of project may do ask that you Bolos. Annual blood sample it's not required but as she symptoms do change over time in his medications change, it would be great to get up once or one year in any medical record update for any new tests or imaging or things like that. would be relevant important for research. So all in all the whole process shouldn't take more than thirty to forty five minutes on the back end and mobile's lobotomy appointments. He stopped twenty minutes. So a little over an hour of your time to commit to research, you try to make it as easy as possible if you're interested in learning more about any of these projects always visit gs lions website on page there's an interest form provide your information right on top of the page in I will be up to shortly after midday. Rob You've kind of touched on this seizure tracker benefit from this type of partnership. Really. I think with the partnerships and relationships and Your community building on the database and making it or powerful. I think we can really come together as organizations to better understand see. So we zero Tucker benefit of the community, but the whole community that from the data that you collect and store and share one of our most exciting projects now is something that in a partnership with multiple advocacy organizations. And we have a family realize that at blessed is not just

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"About what that consenting looks like in how people can get started on that cross? Yes. The first way to get involved the email me at G. Rushing at yes. Alliance stopped work in from that email I will. Get a phone call when the gentle participant or Guardian in phone cost only take about twenty to thirty minutes and I can set you on the phone. Right men there you are celebrities in in purchase meeting it will require you to sign a document that I mail to you. But right after that, I submitted a request, your mobile lobotomy company, they will call you to schedule an appointment at a time and deep of. this home in a one simple in I also will send a little emailing where it will click through where to connect their seizure data. If they aren't already, your razor conveniently will pop up with ability to create a seizure tucker without start using that data, and of course, if they are already in or natural history database or not seen at USC clinic, we will need to get medical records that have information on gist. So you do request that those medical records are either fax to US or veiled. And enter that data all those costs will be covered. So you don't have any additional clinic appointment necessary now insurance ills it's yes. Alliance will cover the cost of sending those medical records to us and as far as follow up after the initiation of project may do ask that you Bolos. Annual blood sample it's not required but as she symptoms do change over time in his medications change, it would be great to get up once or one year in any medical record update for any new tests or imaging or things like that. would be relevant important for research. So all in all the whole process shouldn't take more than thirty to forty five minutes on the back end and mobile's lobotomy appointments. He stopped twenty minutes. So a little over an hour of your time to commit to research, you try to make it as easy as possible if you're interested in learning more about any of these projects always visit gs lions website on page there's an interest form provide your information right on top

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How to get involved in the TSC Biosample Repository Project

"Looks like in how people can get started on that cross? Yes. The first way to get involved the email me at G. Rushing at yes. Alliance stopped work in from that email I will. Get a phone call when the gentle participant or Guardian in phone cost only take about twenty to thirty minutes and I can set you on the phone. Right men there you are celebrities in in purchase meeting it will require you to sign a document that I mail to you. But right after that, I submitted a request, your mobile lobotomy company, they will call you to schedule an appointment at a time and deep of. this home in a one simple in I also will send a little emailing where it will click through where to connect their seizure data. If they aren't already, your razor conveniently will pop up with ability to create a seizure tucker without start using that data, and of course, if they are already in or natural history database or not seen at USC clinic, we will need to get medical records that have information on gist. So you do request that those medical records are either fax to US or veiled. And enter that data all those costs will be covered. So you don't have any additional clinic appointment necessary now insurance ills it's yes. Alliance will cover the cost of sending those medical records to us and as far as follow up after the initiation of project may do ask that you Bolos. Annual blood sample it's not required but as she symptoms do change over time in his medications change, it would be great to get up once or one year in any medical record update for any new tests or imaging or things like that. would be relevant important for research. So all in all the whole process shouldn't take more than thirty to forty five minutes on the back end and mobile's lobotomy appointments. He stopped twenty minutes. So a little over an hour of your time to commit to research, you try to make it as easy as possible if you're interested in learning more about any of these projects always visit gs lions website on page there's an interest form

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The Midnight Patriots

19:00 min | 2 months ago

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"Man Okay. So we've got all this massive gun control legislation which I'm assuming. That this is going to veto once it hits his desk, roll it into something else and he doesn't see it. I mean. Does anybody else you positive outcome here other than I'll just say it an open civil war. Mean I feel like I feel like patience like like those are the Sierra on the on the on the conference. Are being, backed into a corner. Yeah we're basically damned if we do. We're damned if we don't any anybody want to comment on that. No Matt Aspect. Mark Yeah. Well, the thing is like you hope it doesn't cover some this ridiculous. Of course. By, by thing is I would I guess probably is right now I don't know. Civil. War who against who? In other words, how would how would you distinguish I'll be okay Tepa. Got It the OH black lives matter. Got It. But. How do you distinguish? You gotta be. That's a great question. That's the real. That's a real problem is that we're facing a A faceless boogeyman to keep us all in our homes and isolated from one another. We've got blatant constitutional no violations from New York California including the first second third amendments. Fourth amendment. I mean and they're just they're not apologetic about it. They're just in your face to. Has. Closed Down Churches and locked Rock Jewish people out of their own parts. What's his name from says. Yeah. Is violating blatantly violating the first. Amendment people they can't sing in. Church. Are you kidding me. I mean, I'm not a religious separation of church and state. Well and second of all I mean, how does anybody look at that and not go holy shit let the lawsuits commence. Honestly So, now here's the thing I. WanNa Make It. I WanNa make it very clear for the audience and even those in the group I am not advocating for an open civil war where we start shooting. Okay. I would also like to say here only for myself but I believe that that I do not believe in the Black Lives Organization the Black Lives Matter Organization. I believe in the message black lives matter just as much as every other life and we should all be equal before the law we should be overseas equal treatment especially before the law. But. I'm not going to back a group that is Marxist and comes out and basically says it if you don't give us what we want, we're GONNA burn the system that the ground. I mean all here. Again, I mean if you have said organization that is in fact, baking a threat whether they considered idol. They considered valid. It is still a threat to. The life. Well, exactly how how do we not take that? How do we not take that based on the the instances of the last month? Says we says, we all watched the the horrific murder of a of a citizen by by discussing human being police officer. How do we? How do we not take that as anything other than a threat of actual violence based on recent history? Therein. Lies The question that I would poses that to go along with remarks you know who who exactly is going to do is A. Government. It's a radical leaders. Of States counties, cities, whatever. Or is it going to be people for people? We have. What did you just leave knowing? When you just gotTa love the irony that the Minnesota governor had the balls to ask the white. House for for bailout money after they let their city burn. I, mean, I understand there are citizens that were affected by that. But you know my argument would be well I'll tell you what once you spend the money that you say from you know. From dissolving your police. Believe. Yeah what you spend that money go ahead. Save yourself though you know the. Four hundred million dollars spent annually on your police force. Etc.. And They're not gonNA, pass it out. There's a blank check to the people because well, you know we don't get our tax money that way. Exactly. HAVE YOUR IS A. Stalemate along the lines of. City Minneapolis Saint Paul's which Is Looking for a five hundred dollar bill out the government's GONNA help. They're going to have to get that money somewhere. Well exactly and the question. Phoenix afraid now, but to answer your question or respond to your statement. I believe you said they're not gonNA raise taxes through the roof to do it. Of course, they will. Of course they will in turn. Bring. I. That's. That's a real trick. Isn't is when the IRS gets involved or whatever State Department revenue they have comes and starts locking people up the people sheepishly combine. and. The guy will probably get reelected. Let's be honest. Well you will probably see. You'll probably see something for the cities that were affected by riots and everything put into like a another stimulus bill passed by the house. Like they have added that money there you go to a legal and yeah. And everything else that I wouldn't put it past the House to sit there and add a piece in there that every city that was affected by these riots or has hardships now. Get X. amount of. Millions of dollars as part of this. Bill to. Help, stimulate the economy and the people that actually are affected by all this. That, it should be helping they'll put their. Claws into it and put. Extra things that won't matter, and then it'll sit there and argue back and forth between the House, and the Senate for God knows how long Because they won't budge on wasn't it? Well one thing you have to love about the strategy employed by the Democrats they're gonNA. They're gonNA try to stick it in something that make the president look bad if he vetoes it. Oh. Yeah. It'll be. It'll be some sort of. Bill and he'll have to it, and then they'll scream how he doesn't care about children. Exactly among the media will be all over it. Media will be all over at bashing him. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. The president doesn't care about the future. There for the last four years anyway. Well Yeah they've they've. It's funny. I. Yeah I was GONNA say I. Johnson and Nixon for sure. But you know twenty I hear people talking about Oh. Trump won't accept the results of the twenty twenty election loses you guys still haven't accepted the fact that you're get forty. Or the fact that impeachment failed yeah. Yeah the. Everything else. Rono. Everything else that you've thrown at them hasn't stuck. Exactly this is. This is reality you know this is not theory. All this stuff is happened. You know. I saw something today and I don't remember where it was talking about the reason that you know that. They want to sit there and blame trump for not being ready for this pandemic and everything was because the other half of the fence was sitting there. So busy trying to get him out for the last four years that he couldn't take time to focus. On being prepared for anything like that. The funny part is, is I I'm trying. I'm trying to I'm I don't know about you guys, but I'm tired of hearing how Trump getting the blame for a hundred and thirty thousand body bags. Here this is this is the thing we need to do things. We need to change the story number one it should be only a hundred, thirty, thousand, five bags why? If if anybody recalls I do specifically PURDIS MR TRUMP DONALD TRUMP put a travel ban in effect once we had ten positive cases in this country, the left assailed him for weeks for doing it. Okay. Nancy. Pelosi went to Chinatown encourage people not to wear masks Blah Blah. Xenophobic Racist Blah Blah Blah, pick your s that's yacht called, and now all of a sudden they WANNA blame him for one hundred, thirty, thousand body bags may explain something if he hadn't done what he did when he did, there'd be a million three bodybags. Okay end of discussion this has nothing to do with mass. This is all a political fucking game and and I'm tired of hearing about it. Except from you guys I love your new guys. DOTS. I. Think. Let's just put that on record right now. Yeah you're paid to talk matter of fact, we don't pay you at all. Yes. I think we have a contract we'll get. something. About our bucks and it'll happen advil or something like that. I. Think it was under someone nine. I was a corner of starbucks eight was a quarter of an advil and half starbucks get it straight monthly and you're no. Damage. Send Me. Oreo. Wait a minute. I want kids count. You want to renegotiate. All of your agent moved to Seattle. Yeah exactly somebody please his comments to that brick wall over there. Oh Yeah. Yeah. All right I feel like I've rented enough. Is there anything you gentlemen WANNA cover that I missed? How `bout? Redskins finally caving. By quest over we're going we're going for football. Then we're GONNA touch the Third Rail Ladies and gentlemen he just licked and grabbed it go right ahead phoenix. I did read an article that. There are some and I'm not saying a whole bowl loan. I'm not saying that YOU KNOW ENTIRE PATIENT O. Or and it's hard tribal right that there are in fact, some of the indigenous votes, native Americans. That want keep it because it actually gives them a sense of ownership relevant. We've along on this we have this. We can follow this because that is you know a depiction of our people. What's the Redskins fans great. I have no problem with that if there. was somebody like football but hey, you know I, see it representation in my people here. Thank you. There are well, we don't get me wrong that no, all fuck you and take it other. Cash kind of it's actually kind of funny that you mentioned that being that I'm also for those of us this for those of you just tuning in and getting no us as we get to know you I, am a football nut job I have been since my early days Yes. I was GONNA. Say I think there's actually incriminating proof out there wasn't much of a about football I gotta tell you. My love for the game has often outweighed all of this You know all the polit political bullshit that's going on in the game for quite some time. Get into Kapernick, that's a whole other rent for me that lasts about forty five minutes and maybe we'll do an episode just on that Now, there was always my understanding in watching anything about the Washington redskins and and the history of them that the that the team was supposedly named for one of their assistant coaches who was native American and it was if anybody. I played football I I. I. I know that Phoenix not sure if you did mark You know everybody everybody on the football field to talk shit and especially to your friends okay and Just because you have some sort of negative pejorative is a nickname, doesn't mean that people hate you Okay. So The, the the legend was and I've actually since found out found out, different resin was at the team was named for in honor of one of their beloved assistant coaches. Evidently that's not the case. Racist over racist overtones aside I? Mean we can dissect anything want. Come up with all kinds of. The point being is, why don't we just name? The region Caucasians and everybody'll be happy. Okay I mean. Seriously also living in living in Florida I gotTa tell you the university or she state has a deal to to use the seminole name from the from the seminal nation. They paid them royalties every year, which is why you don't hear this here the Indigenous People screaming about Florida state. Okay. So You know I I don't I don't want to say they haven't been relevant for twenty years. Hey easy. I. Agree I agree too I mean my head. One is, Emma water but. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute mark. Are You All I I. Take over the gators day. Well me too because. No. Fan. You know what you know University of Miami and the Florida. GATOR gator. Yeah. So It's just block. Gives you wondering we all love each other teams until we play each other so that that being said. Does anybody have any idea about the outrage regarding redskins? Honestly. I mean I might just you know that stupid that I don't see the problem with the name it's the name of sports team. Okay. I mean we'RE GONNA change the Cleveland Indians. Are we gonNA change you know aerobics Today. But that's again that's a whole other. That's a whole other thing. But how many? Are they are all the sports teams just to be to be called the daisies and you know we're good to go. Or how about the banana flavor wouldn't? Well, this is like football gets get. Exactly. Yeah. Very wrapped up about injuries and things like that. Like five put flags on. Let's play flag football. But that's really the other thing I mean. You can argue that these guys are being paid wages that are equivalent to see to. Well, okay. hazard pay I mean there's they're making millions and millions of dollars. No offense I, what what what what come? Okay. These these guys mostly have guaranteed contracts. So, you break your leg. You're out of the game you're still getting paid and you should have gotten a degree so you should be able to join the workforce afterwards. Well. Puffing along the line that you know you're getting my mom bought list during my day. Is. Lump everything together all of one. We have you know events that have taken place because of. What took place. In A now it's moved to now we're going to start tearing down statues of anybody that. Could would did whatever. But now okay. Well, we need to keep that ball rolling. So we need this Norfolk Russell. Hey. Let's NFL take. Let's go up for baseball teams. Blackhawks. I love the fact that the blackhawks till they told those guys to stuff it. They're like, no, we're not change Noel. I mean yeah, and also also the the pretty big assumption there is that these people that are tearing down statues have any clue who they are I mean want to remove a statue wondering. I it's like I'll take the consequences of not taking US history for eight hundred Alex. Basically. Look, we get to wipe out four. Daily double. All right. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. PULL DOWN WE'RE. GonNa pull out Lincoln and we're GONNA pull down the statue of an abolitionist. Yeah. Let's do that. Oh Yeah. Well, they're not even educated. They're pulling down you know. They're pulling down. Statues of people that fought four slavery. To to abolish slavery, they're pulling down. I mean I saw they ruined the Frederick Douglass. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah you mean the guy that advised Lincoln on how to actually take slavery down Gee I can't imagine why you hear him down. Clearly again, that's That's World Super Eight Hundred Alex. Exactly exactly no no, it's not world history. It's common core history. That's that's right. And? There is no wrong answer to one plus one. Knew exactly. All right boys I. think that's going to wrap it up for. I. Think that's going to wrap it up this particular episode everybody that joined us. Thank you very much. I appreciate a hope you've You give him a little insight insight. I should say are insanity sure would appreciate your support. So if that support button go at Mash, it down any level would be appreciated We're GONNA have some promos and some gear available for you guys here real soon, and For joining us again I'm supporting. Joined by mark and Phoenix and cryptic, and we are the midnight patriots I guys. Each. Put.

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The Midnight Patriots

33:45 min | 2 months ago

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"Hello America. And welcome to the midnight. Patriots involves Spartan and I am flanked by Phoenix, Drip Dick, and mark. We are the midnight patriots and you may be asking yourselves why in the hell are we doing this? Well, got to be honest with you. Everybody has insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny that and we have day jobs. So we're GONNA talk in the series about the Constitution the bill of rights politics national current events. WE'RE GONNA call out here anyway guardless of the perceive political flavor using these standards of information logic and a passion for liberty. So that being said, I wanted to read something here real quick on our maiden voyage as sort of a sort of a way to set the standard. This this passage I'm about to read was actually written by. Thomas Paine one of our founders and framers, and regardless of how you see this man and the values that he possessed in that day that this was written this was written about seven months after the excuse me five months after the declaration of independence. So this is a this is a passage from December twenty, third, seventeen, seventy, six many of you have heard the the the line of this but I'm to go a little bit deeper into it, and hopefully this'll give the show some sort of context and and we hope we can earn your support as as time goes on. So this is from December twenty, third seventeen, seventy, six when the When the Revolutionary War was still going on and it says says as follows. These are the Times that try men's souls. Summer soldier in the Sun signed gatriways will in this crisis shrink from the service of their country. But he that stands by it now deserves the love and the thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, there's not easily conquered. Yet, we have this consolation with us at the heart of the conflict, the more glorious triumphs. What we obtained too cheap. We assume too lightly. It is dearness only that gives every thing. It's value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods. And it would be strange indeed if so celestial and article as freedom. Should not be highly rated. So those are the kind of the words that I could keep in mind as we go through this in every man here every person associated with this show would definitely be on the flag to make sure that the stretch stay read. So we're GONNA open up tonight and we're going to kind of open up the insanity that we've been seeing around our country regarding corona virus covid nineteen. Now everybody fever mind that none of us are medical professionals and our virologist by any stretch of the imagination where relating experiences and questions nothing that we say should be taken as any sort of diagnostic approach or any sort of Expert opinion. That said yours truly your host here Paul Spartan well, actually come at this from a perspective of being Osha certified in matters of respirators and and breathing protection. the rest of US come at this from from our own particular viewpoints and speculations. So let's just get started off So boys, we got we have. Governors California and Texas walking. Act Actual reopenings and we've got quote unquote more and indecisive confirmations, Cova, spreading but for but amazingly somehow in New York, they're reporting any new deaths or anybody WANNA start with an opinion on that. Honestly. You know I mean there's been some conversation prior to. Between myself and the other members. That's. Something is pulling the strings somewhere. Other than CDC, a hospital staff, surgeon, general things of that nature. Quite honestly, you know whatever it was whatever stream you Asian that recently came out that. Took a Italy Area. Jersey Pennsylvania. Great. Has stated sure. But why is it only California Texas? That more back that we know of your again to the states in the continental United States. Voting populace in those states. So my question now. WHO formed strings? Think. That's the overarching point here is that you know in in my experience not to get too nerdy and go too far down the rabbit hole but the same government that's telling us you know to be afraid and take particular actions like wearing cloth masks. Are the same ones that are telling us that the cloth masks don't work. I can tell you from from Osha Training and ocean certification that airborne pathogens particularly viruses. Are listed in the sub micron rage. Now that sounds that sounds really really you know interesting or maybe even boring but something that has to be realized is that when something is a sub micron particle. It passes right through the we've of a mask. Require its own moisture source. Now. Obviously state standard state standards vary but in the train I've received anything in the sub micron range requires a A. A SELF CONTAINED OXYGEN SOURCE With the use of a mask in that in that particular bio suit I mean if you WanNa, take a look and you think you're safe by wearing a cloth mask look at whatever rally just wears in a lab. When he's working with this type of contagion, it isn't a cloth masks. He wears a moon suit with a separate oxygen supply I mean there seems to be my perception is that the same people that are that are trying to Promote the panic are the ones trying to peddle a secure and make trillions and any thoughts on John? I think they're actually. No I. Think There's definitely you know financial motivation behind. This whether it's big whether it's by hospitals by a parent companies own hospitals. I mean. There's definitely something I think that financially pushes everything I mean between them getting you know a nice. paycheck at for each person, they list with Kobe or each person that unfortunately passes. listed. With Kovin. You, know they get a Giant financial. Yes if you will. Of money which I think pushes ally of these. Claims of more cases rising I mean like we. Previously is if you talk about the fact that of you know there's people around that work in the profession that there are things have been going around that they've sent. You know unused test the places. And they've come back positive when they haven't been used. But who who? Who who is the guy over in Africa, that tested a tested a fruit and a goat. And they both came back. Positive. Does anybody remember that news But you already your point but more to your point I believe the last figure I heard to. Last year I heard from the federal government was somewhere in the area of fifty to eighty five thousand dollars total for the treatment, and if the the particular person passes, the patient passes they get more. Does anybody have any information to dispute that because I think that was the last count that I heard. Be last information that I have. At, least. It's nineteen thousand dollars for a diagnosed case. Thirty eight thousand dollars if they are required hospital say and it goes up exponentially require respirator ICU care. They stay longer than hot. You're in you're out you're gone. So that being said. We all know that it'll supposedly. This bill. Gates himself and his research company. Or the ones that. Found viruses no did all the. Problems. I'm looking for here research. But. My question is if they did all the research, why did they come up with as well or have they? That's a question I posed to you folks. Well, I know they re you know they actually waiting to get ten thousand dollars plus from insurance companies and the federal government per dose mean. There's an argument to be made there. I mean, the guy is not a doctor nor is he of Arale just he just wants to make a make a killing on the here. Now that by the way is not an argument for any sort of socialized medicine. It's an absolute. It's an absolute disgusting power-hungry move at the cost of well forget about just American lives. What about globally, what have what is a million people in the ground now lifted discovered related At least one point three. If I remember correctly I could be wrong. Well, I got the second portion. Really a big to ask now is Bill Gates can't keep a bug out of his own computers what you're GONNA do with the world. Exactly number one key couldn't build a computer didn't crash three times a day for no reason. So why would we trust him with with people's lives? You know I mean he would. There was a there was a tit for tat went back and forth on social media several several years ago when he was still a once he was the kingpin of Microsoft. And he had mentioned something like You know if the auto industry had made many advances in the computer industry over the last twenty years, we'd all be driving cars that got a thousand miles to the gallon and went from zero to one hundred and two seconds to which I believe. It was the CEO at the time of Ford replied. Well. Yeah. But then the cars would crash twice a day for no reason. So. I mean you. Good Cryptic. I was GonNa say, well, then you you look at Osso. When you're talking about these numbers, go into hospitals. How many hospitals or possibly owned by the same parent company that owns the farms that the big farms that are gonna sit there and. Produce this vaccine all the sudden. Or? Not to say that they don't already have it and are just. Still waiting. I mean I know there's always testing and they have to get FDA approval and God knows what else but I mean, what's to say? that. They're not. You know getting twice the paychecks. On. Both things. Oh. Yeah. There's there's no doubt they're doubling down does absolutely no doubt doubling down your that said the other the other things that I've noticed here I don't know if everybody's been keeping up like I have. There's a Lotta unconstitutional shift happening. Okay. And I mean. Just heard I. Heard I. Heard Mark Heard Mark Giggling that that's fine because. The little that they'll get into that in a little bit but also just I wanna take a moment mark You serve this country with honor and distinction for several years in that in the military and I got to thank you for that Phoenix. You did as well and I got to say thank you for that. You protected my right to become a fat video playing hotdog eating copy guzzling douchebag that you see before you now and some of US servicemen appreciate that and Thank you. Appreciate. Bill. Hey they already did. They're called the IRS and believe me they're up my don't shit. I don't know where they I don't know where I ended maybe. It's not. So we've got measured we've got measures being proposed in in in multiple stages. Here is all the way from you know putting additional taxes on firearms to ammunition and then requiring a federal license. To purchase either. we've got the state of California. Who is you know? Well, let's just be honest they're doing what California does. It essentially eliminated their own their own Anti discrimination laws I don't know how that happened Where the hell does anybody see an end game here other than complete and total? Marxist. Shithole. That's where these lefties and I'm not GONNA say Liberals. Anymore. He's people are leftist-marxist pigs and by the way if any of you listening fuck off, don't ever come back. None of us here at. Fourth Yeah. This year at the Midnight Patriots give a flying fuck what you We don't have time to answer your e mails and believe me you're better off just turning off because if you heard that your heads probably. And I don't WanNa hear about it. Okay. You be somewhere else. All right. Man Okay. So we've got all this massive gun control legislation which I'm assuming. That this is going to veto once it hits his desk, roll it into something else and he doesn't see it. I mean. Does anybody else you positive outcome here other than I'll just say it an open civil war. Mean I feel like I feel like patience like like those are the Sierra on the on the on the conference. Are being, backed into a corner. Yeah we're basically damned if we do. We're damned if we don't any anybody want to comment on that. No Matt Aspect. Mark Yeah. Well, the thing is like you hope it doesn't cover some this ridiculous. Of course. By, by thing is I would I guess probably is right now I don't know. Civil. War who against who? In other words, how would how would you distinguish I'll be okay Tepa. Got It the OH black lives matter. Got It. But. How do you distinguish? You gotta be. That's a great question. That's the real. That's a real problem is that we're facing a A faceless boogeyman to keep us all in our homes and isolated from one another. We've got blatant constitutional no violations from New York California including the first second third amendments. Fourth amendment. I mean and they're just they're not apologetic about it. They're just in your face to. Has. Closed Down Churches and locked Rock Jewish people out of their own parts. What's his name from says. Yeah. Is violating blatantly violating the first. Amendment people they can't sing in. Church. Are you kidding me. I mean, I'm not a religious separation of church and state. Well and second of all I mean, how does anybody look at that and not go holy shit let the lawsuits commence. Honestly So, now here's the thing I. WanNa Make It. I WanNa make it very clear for the audience and even those in the group I am not advocating for an open civil war where we start shooting. Okay. I would also like to say here only for myself but I believe that that I do not believe in the Black Lives Organization the Black Lives Matter Organization. I believe in the message black lives matter just as much as every other life and we should all be equal before the law we should be overseas equal treatment especially before the law. But. I'm not going to back a group that is Marxist and comes out and basically says it if you don't give us what we want, we're GONNA burn the system that the ground. I mean all here. Again, I mean if you have said organization that is in fact, baking a threat whether they considered idol. They considered valid. It is still a threat to. The life. Well, exactly how how do we not take that? How do we not take that based on the the instances of the last month? Says we says, we all watched the the horrific murder of a of a citizen by by discussing human being police officer. How do we? How do we not take that as anything other than a threat of actual violence based on recent history? Therein. Lies The question that I would poses that to go along with remarks you know who who exactly is going to do is A. Government. It's a radical leaders. Of States counties, cities, whatever. Or is it going to be people for people? We have. What did you just leave knowing? When you just gotTa love the irony that the Minnesota governor had the balls to ask the white. House for for bailout money after they let their city burn. I, mean, I understand there are citizens that were affected by that. But you know my argument would be well I'll tell you what once you spend the money that you say from you know. From dissolving your police. Believe. Yeah what you spend that money go ahead. Save yourself though you know the. Four hundred million dollars spent annually on your police force. Etc.. And They're not gonNA, pass it out. There's a blank check to the people because well, you know we don't get our tax money that way. Exactly. HAVE YOUR IS A. Stalemate along the lines of. City Minneapolis Saint Paul's which Is Looking for a five hundred dollar bill out the government's GONNA help. They're going to have to get that money somewhere. Well exactly and the question. Phoenix afraid now, but to answer your question or respond to your statement. I believe you said they're not gonNA raise taxes through the roof to do it. Of course, they will. Of course they will in turn. Bring. I. That's. That's a real trick. Isn't is when the IRS gets involved or whatever State Department revenue they have comes and starts locking people up the people sheepishly combine. and. The guy will probably get reelected. Let's be honest. Well you will probably see. You'll probably see something for the cities that were affected by riots and everything put into like a another stimulus bill passed by the house. Like they have added that money there you go to a legal and yeah. And everything else that I wouldn't put it past the House to sit there and add a piece in there that every city that was affected by these riots or has hardships now. Get X. amount of. Millions of dollars as part of this. Bill to. Help, stimulate the economy and the people that actually are affected by all this. That, it should be helping they'll put their. Claws into it and put. Extra things that won't matter, and then it'll sit there and argue back and forth between the House, and the Senate for God knows how long Because they won't budge on wasn't it? Well one thing you have to love about the strategy employed by the Democrats they're gonNA. They're gonNA try to stick it in something that make the president look bad if he vetoes it. Oh. Yeah. It'll be. It'll be some sort of. Bill and he'll have to it, and then they'll scream how he doesn't care about children. Exactly among the media will be all over it. Media will be all over at bashing him. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. The president doesn't care about the future. There for the last four years anyway. Well Yeah they've they've. It's funny. I. Yeah I was GONNA say I. Johnson and Nixon for sure. But you know twenty I hear people talking about Oh. Trump won't accept the results of the twenty twenty election loses you guys still haven't accepted the fact that you're get forty. Or the fact that impeachment failed yeah. Yeah the. Everything else. Rono. Everything else that you've thrown at them hasn't stuck. Exactly this is. This is reality you know this is not theory. All this stuff is happened. You know. I saw something today and I don't remember where it was talking about the reason that you know that. They want to sit there and blame trump for not being ready for this pandemic and everything was because the other half of the fence was sitting there. So busy trying to get him out for the last four years that he couldn't take time to focus. On being prepared for anything like that. The funny part is, is I I'm trying. I'm trying to I'm I don't know about you guys, but I'm tired of hearing how Trump getting the blame for a hundred and thirty thousand body bags. Here this is this is the thing we need to do things. We need to change the story number one it should be only a hundred, thirty, thousand, five bags why? If if anybody recalls I do specifically PURDIS MR TRUMP DONALD TRUMP put a travel ban in effect once we had ten positive cases in this country, the left assailed him for weeks for doing it. Okay. Nancy. Pelosi went to Chinatown encourage people not to wear masks Blah Blah. Xenophobic Racist Blah Blah Blah, pick your s that's yacht called, and now all of a sudden they WANNA blame him for one hundred, thirty, thousand body bags may explain something if he hadn't done what he did when he did, there'd be a million three bodybags. Okay end of discussion this has nothing to do with mass. This is all a political fucking game and and I'm tired of hearing about it. Except from you guys I love your new guys. DOTS. I. Think. Let's just put that on record right now. Yeah you're paid to talk matter of fact, we don't pay you at all. Yes. I think we have a contract we'll get. something. About our bucks and it'll happen advil or something like that. I. Think it was under someone nine. I was a corner of starbucks eight was a quarter of an advil and half starbucks get it straight monthly and you're no. Damage. Send Me. Oreo. Wait a minute. I want kids count. You want to renegotiate. All of your agent moved to Seattle. Yeah exactly somebody please his comments to that brick wall over there. Oh Yeah. Yeah. All right I feel like I've rented enough. Is there anything you gentlemen WANNA cover that I missed? How `bout? Redskins finally caving. By quest over we're going we're going for football. Then we're GONNA touch the Third Rail Ladies and gentlemen he just licked and grabbed it go right ahead phoenix. I did read an article that. There are some and I'm not saying a whole bowl loan. I'm not saying that YOU KNOW ENTIRE PATIENT O. Or and it's hard tribal right that there are in fact, some of the indigenous votes, native Americans. That want keep it because it actually gives them a sense of ownership relevant. We've along on this we have this. We can follow this because that is you know a depiction of our people. What's the Redskins fans great. I have no problem with that if there. was somebody like football but hey, you know I, see it representation in my people here. Thank you. There are well, we don't get me wrong that no, all fuck you and take it other. Cash kind of it's actually kind of funny that you mentioned that being that I'm also for those of us this for those of you just tuning in and getting no us as we get to know you I, am a football nut job I have been since my early days Yes. I was GONNA. Say I think there's actually incriminating proof out there wasn't much of a about football I gotta tell you. My love for the game has often outweighed all of this You know all the polit political bullshit that's going on in the game for quite some time. Get into Kapernick, that's a whole other rent for me that lasts about forty five minutes and maybe we'll do an episode just on that Now, there was always my understanding in watching anything about the Washington redskins and and the history of them that the that the team was supposedly named for one of their assistant coaches who was native American and it was if anybody. I played football I I. I. I know that Phoenix not sure if you did mark You know everybody everybody on the football field to talk shit and especially to your friends okay and Just because you have some sort of negative pejorative is a nickname, doesn't mean that people hate you Okay. So The, the the legend was and I've actually since found out found out, different resin was at the team was named for in honor of one of their beloved assistant coaches. Evidently that's not the case. Racist over racist overtones aside I? Mean we can dissect anything want. Come up with all kinds of. The point being is, why don't we just name? The region Caucasians and everybody'll be happy. Okay I mean. Seriously also living in living in Florida I gotTa tell you the university or she state has a deal to to use the seminole name from the from the seminal nation. They paid them royalties every year, which is why you don't hear this here the Indigenous People screaming about Florida state. Okay. So You know I I don't I don't want to say they haven't been relevant for twenty years. Hey easy. I. Agree I agree too I mean my head. One is, Emma water but. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute mark. Are You All I I. Take over the gators day. Well me too because. No. Fan. You know what you know University of Miami and the Florida. GATOR gator. Yeah. So It's just block. Gives you wondering we all love each other teams until we play each other so that that being said. Does anybody have any idea about the outrage regarding redskins? Honestly. I mean I might just you know that stupid that I don't see the problem with the name it's the name of sports team. Okay. I mean we'RE GONNA change the Cleveland Indians. Are we gonNA change you know aerobics Today. But that's again that's a whole other. That's a whole other thing. But how many? Are they are all the sports teams just to be to be called the daisies and you know we're good to go. Or how about the banana flavor wouldn't? Well, this is like football gets get. Exactly. Yeah. Very wrapped up about injuries and things like that. Like five put flags on. Let's play flag football. But that's really the other thing I mean. You can argue that these guys are being paid wages that are equivalent to see to. Well, okay. hazard pay I mean there's they're making millions and millions of dollars. No offense I, what what what what come? Okay. These these guys mostly have guaranteed contracts. So, you break your leg. You're out of the game you're still getting paid and you should have gotten a degree so you should be able to join the workforce afterwards. Well. Puffing along the line that you know you're getting my mom bought list during my day. Is. Lump everything together all of one. We have you know events that have taken place because of. What took place. In A now it's moved to now we're going to start tearing down statues of anybody that. Could would did whatever. But now okay. Well, we need to keep that ball rolling. So we need this Norfolk Russell. Hey. Let's NFL take. Let's go up for baseball teams. Blackhawks. I love the fact that the blackhawks till they told those guys to stuff it. They're like, no, we're not change Noel. I mean yeah, and also also the the pretty big assumption there is that these people that are tearing down statues have any clue who they are I mean want to remove a statue wondering. I it's like I'll take the consequences of not taking US history for eight hundred Alex. Basically. Look, we get to wipe out four. Daily double. All right. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. PULL DOWN WE'RE. GonNa pull out Lincoln and we're GONNA pull down the statue of an abolitionist. Yeah. Let's do that. Oh Yeah. Well, they're not even educated. They're pulling down you know. They're pulling down. Statues of people that fought four slavery. To to abolish slavery, they're pulling down. I mean I saw they ruined the Frederick Douglass. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah you mean the guy that advised Lincoln on how to actually take slavery down Gee I can't imagine why you hear him down. Clearly again, that's That's World Super Eight Hundred Alex. Exactly exactly no no, it's not world history. It's common core history. That's that's right. And? There is no wrong answer to one plus one. Knew exactly. All right boys I. think that's going to wrap it up for. I. Think that's going to wrap it up this particular episode everybody that joined us. Thank you very much. I appreciate a hope you've You give him a little insight insight. I should say are insanity sure would appreciate your support. So if that support button go at Mash, it down any level would be appreciated We're GONNA have some promos and some gear available for you guys here real soon, and For joining us again I'm supporting. Joined by mark and Phoenix and cryptic, and we are the midnight patriots I guys. Each. Put.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on Makeshift Stories Original Science Fiction

Makeshift Stories Original Science Fiction

10:54 min | 7 months ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on Makeshift Stories Original Science Fiction

"Within line of sight it would take ninety minutes for the station to complete an orbit and cover the whole planet and if they were currently over an ocean well. It was too soon to draw any conclusions. On an impulse. Ada reached out snagged a support stretch and swung around stopping motion in front of one of the newly active screens. She pressed the External Camera. Icon opening a cloud filled view of the world below. Ada scrutinized the slowly evolving image which stubbornly refused to reveal any details. What happened please? Just give me a clue. She angrily demanded of the indifferent machine. It was as if whole chunks of her memory had gone missing eight or a member specific station operations such as repairing a frozen solar panel motor and remembered the other crew. But that was it. There was nothing else until she had woken up. But when and why eight lost consciousness in the first place as the counter. And the periphery of her vision. Hit Twenty to thirty a chime momentarily filled the small space wondering what to do next eight swung around to the last corridor she hadn't explored and with a sense of growing desperation. Launched herself down the dark tube. She swept along through floating bundles of clothes and clumpy islands of what appeared to be garbage. Which forced her to contorts. And we've to avoid hitting them shorter than the other passages eight soon found herself in a dank unlit space a hidden censor dutifully noted her presence and flicked on a line of harsh lights embedded in what was probably meant to be the ceiling more chaotic than the other modules. There were signs of heavy use everywhere. The fabric on the padded walls was worn and dirty open. Lockers revealed carelessly stowed clothes and the garbage receptacles were overflowing acting on a hunch eight or redirected yourself to check the supply ship dock from one of the small portals cut into the walls as she drifted up to the thick glass window. Ada thought she caught a glimpse of a maintenance bought reflected in the glass hovering behind her but when she turned around nothing was their robot. One eight called out waited for a moment watching an island of garbage. She had disturbed silently tumble by then shrugged and turn back to the portal. Ada Strain to see the cargo dock which was just on the edge of being hidden by the frame around the heavy glass. It was empty that at least explain the garbage. There was no place to store it. Ada pushed herself away from the portal and aimed toward the little galley molded into the end of the compartment. She grappled the worn plastic surface which served as a table to keep herself from bumping into the wall swung around and guided herself to a stop. Ada Randomly chose one of the food storage compartments and carefully. Pulled IT Open. It was empty. Save for a few already used ration pouches. Ada grabbed at the other compartment doors. Quickly opening them all with the same result. There was nothing left. She tried to quell her. Rising panic to think and looked around. The Galley then noticed a small whiteboard duct tape to the bulkhead. It was usually used by the crew to leave casual messages for each other but had been filled with unintelligible scribbles which looked calculations in one corner. A name was circled to Ada. It looked like a file. Name Log Dash. One Dash two one to find it. She would have to go back to the central module. Ada pushed off the table aiming herself. Back into the litter filled corridor. She secured herself so she was centered on the cluster of flat screens. Making up the command center. The one with the counter was now reading. Thirty five twenty. She ignored it as she called up the file directory. In the distance down the corridors eight had just explored. She noticed lights. Begin TO DIM. Sum flickered and reluctantly went out. Ada suddenly began to feel as tired as the struggling and lost her. Focus a jumbled memory distracting her ADA. Push the image down and went back to looking for the file which prove easy to find. As there was a highlighted folder simply called log. She opened it and ran down the list of files the daily Station Records. Ada excitedly whispered she would be able to read through the history leading up to whatever had happened. Eight open one at random and began reading. Sokolov completed the installation of the new optical telescope filter package during a five hour. Eda wants the package was operational freedom. Cream off recheck. The target with the glare filtered out it looks like their initial observations had been confirmed. The target position is so close to the sun it makes ground based observation impossible. We are informally calling the new object. Which from the most recent photos appears to be a comet seen had on Freedom Krino of it will take more observation to determine its orbit. Ada opened a more recent file. Freedom Crane off will pass close to close. We are continuing to work with ground control to refine our projections. There is concerned to brief from the tail may affect the station. As we transit the comet's path after it goes by so we are considering evacuating already suspecting what had happened. Eight jumped to log dash one one dash two one. We have held out here as long as we can hoping that. The turbulence in the atmosphere caused by impacts from the cometary fragments would calm down and the atmosphere clear for what it's worth. I have noted in other logs that the dust in the comet's tail hid the fact that it had fragmented joining its encounter with the sun the main body of Freedom Krino of passed by as predicted but the fragments which were of significant size. The tech stopped then jumped to a new paragraph. We elected to stay on the station when the fragments were discovered to help determine how much they were deviating from the Comet's orbit we didn't directly see the three trailing objects hit. The station was on the opposite side of the planet at the time but when we came back around we could see the impacts as a line of rolling clouds covering a quarter of the surface on the sunlit side. What occurred over the next. Few weeks is well documented in the logs and probably on the surviving ground systems. Water and other supplies have run out leaving us no choice. We have to attempt to land using cloud penetrating radar. We have picked a location. That looks relatively undamaged. Electrical activity in the atmosphere is still too strong to get messages through so our arrival. We'll be unannounced in case there is a chance someone can make it back to this orbital station. We have left a modified maintenance bought to keep the place running eva whose memories were part of the enhancement. Wanted to name it. We agreed on eight McCarthy Ada after the programming language and McCarthy after the first person who coined the term artificial intelligence it seemed appropriate for the first autonomous and quite possibly the last eight in orbit. Good Luck Ada and a wish. Us luck to the log closed with a date. Ada floated silently for a moments processing the implication the timer. In the periphery of her visions. Hit forty than it. Screen flickered out the overhead illumination strips. Went dark and the emergency lights came on again casting the room into a sickly Amber Merck. The realization hit hard. She if it even made sense for Ada to assign itself a gender was all that was left no crew and no one on the world below. It was alone in the universe. The last witness to the disaster disturbed by the circulation fans a plasticized step sheet for operating one of the external robots floated by the sheet. Wasn't aware of its past and never worried about. Its Future. Eight amused and for a moment yearned to be an unconscious set of instructions just like it. The station started to drift back into the shadow of the world. It's solar panels losing the light more equipment beginning to shutdown. Ada still had time if she acted now. She could store her reconstructed memories and her recent experiences. Ada could break the cycle remember and build a history for herself and the Grey Brown world. She orbited as Ada prepared to save her status and return into safe mode. She wondered how many times before she had come to this point. The math was simple seventeen times per day. And how many days had been. She recalled the date on the last log entry and knew it was a very long time. Indeed the Little Bot- stop the back of a race. The files reset the message to itself then pushed away from the console rebounding off a wall so it floated back up the tunnel to the Cupola to watch the sunset on the long dead world the dark indifferent turbulent planet rolled silently above it the body employed its last bit of waning energy to put the Pencil floating. You're one of the thick windows back into a tumble one by one. The circulation Fan Stop Interior lights faltered and went out then. Silence cold and darkness again. Took their turn at watch for the next forty. Five minutes.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on KTRH

"Forty five minutes in the in the downtown I'm sky Mike in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center all we are so far away from the snow zone five forty two centric it would Terry Smith in the Katie are each nasco again in twenty four hour weather center fact worry are very spring like as far as the temperatures today Terry we really are I mean we have been warm the last couple of days and we've got one more day with the temperatures running above the norm and then we start to cool off on Friday and Saturday it's a brief cooldown that will start to four pack up early next week it's really been a nice stretch of weather well today's another dry day were partly cloudy with those southerly winds will wind up in the low to mid seventies today there is a weak front that'll swing through tonight about it looking for any rain but that will all be part of the reason for the slightly cooler weather tomorrow never start out with some clouds tomorrow morning but mainly a sunny dry day upper sixties to mid seventies for high so just a little bit cooler Saturday were in the mid sixties Saturdays the coolest day and then by Sunday one cold front temperatures on time to help me pack up in the seventies right now it is fifty three and your official severe weather station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. what's so smart and you're smart speakers okay Google play K. T. R. H. on I heart radio the choral arts society of Washington brings the songs of the season to the Kennedy center join the choral arts chorus for a concert and then chanting Christmas music featuring.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Three on with Mario Lopez producer Frasier's been digging through the tweets stacked on with Mario if you want to hit me freeze what you got this is from at David stumble he says nice to see you step up your workout game and hit the gym with your new BFF mark Walberg question is when you gonna get a ring with them you know marks actually got a rain in incredible jam at his house and wait for him to invite me hopefully here is this it he'll invite you to script was all I'm a huge Walberg fan that obviously do the huge movie star and a big time producer but more importantly he's a great guy is all about family faith in fitness center we have like the same priorities and he's been inviting me to work out at his new agencies it's called after forty five it is really cool because it's only forty five minutes right you got to pay attention because you get to forty five minutes for us all I work out every morning good for you although if I get invited mark I'm inviting you in it's essentially circuit training in you go from a century explosives series of work out moves to another one right after another with no rest right of high intensity training a little like crossfit yeah but it's Dane but what I'd really like about as they mix it up or down a few times now the mix it up every single time in the music is Jammin and it's awesome and I I sweat walking across the street I'm drenched when I leave there and he of course but it looks like he breaks a sweat it's cool we push each other it's in it's a lot of fun we'll be right back before you know it with more from the geico studio fifty on September sixth it chapter two the terrifying conclusion of the highest grossing horror film of all time reunites the losers club twenty seven years later as adults to finish off the evil clown Pennywise for good chapter two September sixth are under seventeen not admitted are you ready to hash tag days Loudon Loudon county known for its authentic farm to table cuisine and award winning chefs is.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on See What Happens

See What Happens

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on See What Happens

"Do here coyotes not lately. Though have you noticed that after the fire the horrible fires we had calabasas fire season free listeners out there in l._a.'s between January and December. Well you know think he's being <hes> raining renting a lot which means there's more stuff growing which means is more fires as soon as thick. It'll burn fast the houses the bird much faster this time they won't like speaking of which yes let's talk about when when we got evacuated yes what well let me. Let me tell you they're listeners would happen <hes> well. Well the girls wearing the bat in the bathtub. Yes I was giving them a bath. I came home and I told you there was a fire into anything. You told me that I sold you. There was a fire what she we'd to. What did you say I don't know what was there's a fire on the hillside? A call one and I said is should we pack or which she said. There's not an evacuation notice yet so I came out until he was a fire up on the hill by the House and I said what do we do and then you looked at me said I don't know it's your country fires second. Ask for your passport when it comes from four born. I know I know but isn't it but I don't know what the you know. The protocol is here. It was just hoping you the the the American the American Knowles of the American not only the American husband their husband head of this family who is older than I used against but yes I know I did. I want on my phone like a like. A normal husband headed the family would do I turn on the T._v.. The local A._B._C. News and see what the Hell's going on and there was showing fires and stuff and then like we're looking on our phone and then like we at forty five minutes and forty five minutes later immediate evacuation now. They gave us twenty minutes yeah. That's how that's how that's not a lot of time. Isn't it a lot of times when you have kids in the in the bat that we don't luckily my mom was here and she held me drying the kids and getting twenty minutes yeah convict. I packed for them. Yeah I pack some suffer you I grabbed a a suitcase is because we just came back from New Jersey. Oh yeah that's already yeah. They were all dirty clothes that I had there and that's what I grabbed even grab like some food for the kids. Neider a bunch of guess swerdlow grabbed during those fluency kercheval crucial minutes of what are we gonNA take where we're not gonNA take. Please tell everybody what you got. <hes> what's your contribution was took a box with me and you said what's in there. I went down baseball cards. He took. I was joking listen. I've only known those kids for like six years. The baseball cards all my life seriously you gotta give me that I've had. This is a kid ridiculous like I have water. I have an emergency kit though yeah well. You're the mother you. That's your not help. Yeah.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Do you possess the ability to build trust and report in short period of time? Think about the scenario of two minutes. Think about this scenario somebody comes into your office. They've been in your office for forty five minutes, we've treated pretty well. We're battling indifference as best. We can guess what happens. At the end of forty five minutes. We gotta tell them that their treatment plan is ten thousand dollars. That's a big fricken. Ask after known somebody for forty five minutes, forty five minutes. Hi, how you doing? I'm glad you like cats. I love cherry pie to it'll be ten thousand dollars. That's a big ask. And the ability to be able to build that trust in a short period of time is something that takes a lot of practice. It takes a lot of intention -ality. And like I said before most people that don't know how to build rapport and don't how to have a good conversation and don't have built trust don't know that they don't know how to do that. Sedikh a good hard look at how your systems are. And whether or not you're actually good at building report and trust. Have you given your team all the sport and resources to become successful? Gosh, I could talk about this when forever. A good example that I can think of is I have a relationship coach, I have relationship coach therapist, but our relationship coach, she only works with men, and she works with men to make sure that they have great communication with their spouses, my wife, and I have never been in a better place. But I wanted to keep that going. So I hired a relationship coach one of the first exercises that she had us. Do was look back to the last five fights that you had with your wife. Okay. Let's not hard to do fights. Okay. All right. She said make a mental note of this. How many of those fights were based on expectations from her or you that weren't met? Let's say five out of five. Then she said how many of those expectations from her or from? You were unviable is d-. Holy cow five out of five. How many times gentlemen? Has your wife gotten angry with you for something that you did? And you didn't even know what the hell you did. We call that unversed allies expectations. We do it all day long. We do at our.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on X96

X96

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on X96

"You're blind date store that Richie's been on dozens of blind cash. They're the best. How many how many I probably literally been on a couple dozen blind date that you have been set up with some. And then they got to the point at one point that I decided to stop doing them. I remember one blind date in particular. And I think if told the story on the radio, but it'll be like you guys are listening to it for the first time because you didn't listen the first time what nothing it was this girl, who my sister said you love theater, she loves theater, you guys should be a perfect and you both pronounce it theater. So we went out, and we had been out all of about forty five minutes, we double dated with a friend of mine from college in his now wife, and we had planned an entire evening because I'm pretty easy going, even if I didn't really like the person could have. That would be fine after about forty five minutes of the date. I was like I am done. I said this tour I said, I am done. And I don't have anything more to talk to you about. What was she just was really boring? Really bad. And that's that's boring for just forty five minutes. I had asked her all that I had one word answers. Yeah. One word answers. No. I've never tried that whichever be interested in that. No. I'm not interested in that the kicker for me, though, is I know that she is still single and she's been featured on the news. A couple of times has been like a bridesmaid for like thirty five weddings or something like that. But never been the bride. And you know, why? Because I know what they say once you if you're always a bridesmaid, you're never great. I'm not actually interested in the thing that you're talking about. I would never like to experience at worst date ever. I I was sure you were going to say you you've stop going on blind dates because you got tired of trying to prevent women from jumping out of moving cars. Well, it was for the safety of others. Someone says my mom tried for two years to set my cousin up with a girl from her nail salon. Finally, met her at my wedding this summer and Naylor inseparable. Wow. Okay. My parents bought a house from people that had a single son my age. So they set us up. He turned out to be a multiple time jail felon didn't last long. I'm so ugly that I can only date blind women. Oh..

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On traffic from forty five minutes to over an hour. That qualifies in my book is a long commute. Although there are alter commuters in a handful of cities that are now commuting as much as two hours each way each day. Yeah. I live in the bay area. So I know some of them, but an hour each way is still pretty long. But luckily, got you to listen to you. So the time goes by fast. So I gotta tell you something funny. My my niece lives in San Francisco itself. And but spends most of her time on the Russian river. And her dad. My brother recently went with his wife from Utah to visit them at the Russian river and flew into Oakland field, and they were so traumatized by the drive that they're not sure win the next time is they're going to do that drive because they landed in the early part of afternoon rush hour, and it was quite an ordeal. Oh, going up to the Russian river. Komo Clinton can imagine. They're going with traffic would tell me you've got some information to share to your with your fellow listeners. Tell me about it. So I was recently contacted by a scammer, and this was a little unusual, and I actually read a similar ordeal on next door. So it doesn't sound like it was a one time thing. But when I got the call, the caller ID said, Mexico, and I figured it was a scam. And I answered anyway. And a woman got on the phone and. I said, yes. And for a second. I thought well could this be some kind of tech support could this be my Bank offshoring customer service? But no sure enough it was a scam. And she started crying. And she started saying help me help me. They have me. Been kidnapped. The abductor. It was so called the doctor got on the phone and started making threats started threatening to cut off her fingers and started cursing like there was no tomorrow. And did the the individual who is supposedly the point being held hostage. Did they pretend that they were a relative of yours in any way? Surprisingly, no, she never. Well, she didn't speak again. And the only thing I said to the so-called abductor was I just asked what's her name? And I just kept repeating myself. And she didn't have a name I repeated myself angry or the more he cursed. So well, clearly, they didn't do their research at some point. He asked me if I wanted he asked me to choose a finger to cut off. And I just said cut them all off, and I hung up. Well..

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Patrick dot com. We will get to your phone calls best and worst of the weekend. We'll give you our best merge to the weekend coming up as well. Anything else that needs to be mentioned here in the first hour. How's your weekend? My weekend was good. And he sightings any incidents. No, no what you're getting a tree. Or is that already got the tree got the tree and. You know, here's the thing. When you go pick out a Christmas tree. And I don't know who started this go cut down your own. Was it more 'thus Stewart who did the checking? Okay. So you get there. You gotta get this. I mean, it's a great scam. Hey, you're gonna charge. We're going to charge you for doing the work. It'd be like going to a restaurant saying, hey, where's the kitchen all make my own food? And then we'll charge you. So I get there and my wife can't decide on a damn tree. Now, go how about this one? So you end up walking around for about forty five minutes. And then we come back circle back. And then I say how just a tester how about this one. She goes. Ooh, I like it. Now, it's the first one we saw him. And then I go all do it. I'll get under there. And you know, she goes, no, I'm going to do it. So I'm the sap literally. And where's he? Thank you. So she cuts down the tree. Well, the problem is she says pushed the tree, okay. Gimme some momentum. There. I pushed the tree on top of her. Accidentally your story. No, it was an accident. It was accidental. It was. So we drag the tree like, it's a dead carcass. And then you've got to drag it a half mile, and then somebody picks it up bodybags it. And then you take it home, and it scratches the top of your new car that. And that's where the adventure begins. Now. You gotta get the tree in you got. Then you have to put it in the base. You gotta make sure it's straight. And then that then you spend the rest of the Christmas music, which I don't like and then putting on lights and ornaments. And I said you don't want when you need a star on top of the tree. I'm your guy. And then she goes. Okay. So that was it. I'm gonna put the star on the tree. And actually, it's just a picture of me. But I mean, yes for two I'm still troubled by and it's very cool that you're willing to admit that that you're not into Christmas. You know, just a couple of weeks out of the year. You know, you know, there's not a. A couple of songs that make you feel festive and wanna just kind of have an nice strength by the fireplace. I'm cozy, but I don't need Christmas music. Certainly Jeff drinks by the fireplace. I don't need it. Sure. The music avenue I turned on Tom petty music while we brought in the Christmas. Tree was like, you know, that's fine. What if it was Tom petty sings the Christmas, I couldn't do it? Do you think that people always take long look for the Christmas tree because you don't wanna go for the first one because it's the process. My wife always says, let's take our time. Let's look around and they all look the same. They don't want care the first rate because when enjoy the process of getting the tree. Yeah. A little eggnog in there. You know, it's a whole thing. And then you gotta get a wreath. And then I said, hey, Hon, dad humor which didn't go over. Well. And he said, hey, hun, how about something called a wreath of Franklin, but you have a wreath that has her music on it. That's fantastic that you're gonna go like Ben Franklin. That's actually a wreath of alike. Ben franklin's. It's really the Franklin, and then you have her music on there. And then she thank I get nothing. I get crickets. I'm like fritzy at Caroline's. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. Shot they weren't amuse it all with a reefa Franklin. No, no. They have no sense of humor is that's not on. You know, I'm going to sell the waste of my good stuff at home because they don't care. They don't let's put up some, Jeff garland. About five. I think..

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And then there's not the pressure of someone who, you know, may not be wanna be on for forty five minutes, or whatever I don't like that Megan Carroll says gear up where you talk about a piece of equipment get really nerdy. And get in some of the crazy camera adaptations, let fun to have our boy Casey peg room in segment because he he will. Or maybe even dislike talk about the history of a particular type of, you know, you know. Steady camera. I think I might have done some on the city tonight that yeah. Or you just like the look of certain air of them talk about technicolor. I dunno is Europe. I like that's good. That's good. You know, what a lot of these are great everyone. So I I think what I'm going to do is go through this list transfer. That whom I kidding. I'm never going to do that. Obviously it up and refer to it. I think that does it for this week. No. I think it does check. We're at thirty minutes. So it's perfect. Just that's the short and sweet. Let's just leave it leave it at that. All right. Thanks, everybody in thanks for all these great ideas. And funny comments on the polls and for interacting with us. As always these mini crushes are slowly becoming your voice, which I really like. And as long as we have knoll over there chopping up every now and then. On that you. Yes. What do you mean? No, yes. Jeff Jeff enough. Thanks, everybody. We'll see next week. I'm confused. Hey, movie Crushers do you travel because I do and I am a bit of a luggage nut. So I wanna talk to you about Jiro. That's the letter G. Dash are that his luggage designed to perform better when you're traveling Chiro luggage is constructed with ultra durable ABA shin grade materials like ballistic nylon carbon-fiber in advanced polymers man that science everyone for it's tough. So we got an offer for movie Crushers, and hey movie Crushers, you're gonna know what G row when you see one. It's got those one of a kind large wheels.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Yeah. Ladies and gentlemen, Dr Jordan Peterson. You're we didn't say known further extroverted enthusiasm. That's pretty sweet coming out to that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's for. Sure. All right. So here's what we're gonna do. I wanna go through some of the big questions that I've come up with during the last five or six months on the road with you, which have just been an incredible truly life changing time for me. And then we're going to end with Oslo's best question. You got forty five minutes in you will see. All right. So first off so first every single night, you are different. And I think tonight perhaps different more different than any night. So far, how the hell do you do it? I honestly don't know. I usually go back in the green room with you for a little bit before and about ten ten minutes before Showtime. I walk out of there, and you say you need to think for a little bit. And then you somehow do an hour and a half summing-up everything you think in a different way on any given night. Well, there's a Lancer that technically, you know, the first thing is that. Something I tell my students, you know, if if you want to write an essay, you need a problem because the essay is an attempt to solve a problem. So first of all you need a problem. And then second if you're going to devote time to the problem, then it should be like, it should be a problem that is your problem, at least a piece of it should be, you know, I have students all the time and they come up to me. And they say tell me what I should write my essay about and they're often very annoyed that I haven't you know, you didn't give us a topic. It's like, yes, that's because the topic is the difficult part of the assignment right to specify the problem. That's the difficult part of the assignment, in fact, when you're trying to when you're trying to address a complex. Let's say domain of suffering the diagnosis, which is the problem formulation is crucial cognitive step. So if you want to write you need a problem. And and if you want to write truthfully, then you need a problem, that's yours. And if you want to write in a focused and aimed manner, then you unite your thinking around the problem, and so one thing I always do before when I sit back stages. I think okay. What's the problem for tonight? You know, and the problem for tonight was victim. So one statements like, okay, let's explore the concept of victim and go down as far as we possibly can. Okay. So then well, then I would say I have my knowledge organized in eight idiocy and chronic manner. And that's a consequence of having spent when I wrote my first book, which was maps of meaning. I wrote every day for three hours for fifteen years. And I vowed when I started that I was going to make that what would you say the highest duty that I had nothing was going to come before that and there's a certain amount of cruelty in that. Because it meant that you know, if my wife came into my office, then I would bark at her. If my kids came into my office like a junkyard dog surrounded by barbed-wire. It's like because you can always not right. It's not that important that day, and there might be more pressing concerns, and they're probably including people who would just like to have something to do with you for a while. Or do something nicer have problem fixed? It's like no go away. I've got three hours. And so I I I I I I was a thief, and I took that from my life and so. So I spent a very long time writing and thinking about the hardest problem that I could conceptualize that was the relationship between the individual and the atrocity committed in the service of totalitarian possession. It was the worst problem. I could think of how this episode of the Rubin report comes to you with support from our friends over.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Did you see the news reporting last night? Donald Trump spoke for two hours, and he couldn't say the word anonymous. That was big news. Big news. We should do an indepth study. In other words, he couldn't say in a speech. I'm affected me deeply glued to the screen. Right. At the same time. They're doing this. They're wondering why they're irrelevant and they completely miss. The fact that Joe Rogan is now the king of media. I think it's official and I hate to use the word media because they don't think it's exactly right for him. Because it's not media. It's just like a place where people who are hanging out who just want to know about something that actually maybe is interesting informative or actually affects their life. That's where they go to listen and hear Joe Rogan the rumor this the guy who originally was having eat spiders on fear factor. Okay. All right. Can you put that spider in your mouth? This guy is now the the one who had the Elon Musk on yesterday for two hours and forty five minutes. And it's an amazing interview amazing interview there's so much to mine in the two hours and Forty-five minutes. It's it's mind boggling. He was smoking pot. Wow. Questionable tactics for CEO crisis. I would think that that doesn't make you look the most stable, but I don't think that's going for isn't care. Yeah. He's a billionaire and he's in a billionaires life. I think the way billionaire should I don't care. I don't care. I'm doing this. You can do that whatever. But I don't care. I've got a crazy idea. I've got a lot of money, and I can try it. So I'm doing it. Right. So the media the while the media is talking about absolute it's a game. It's a game. There's a ton of people out there that aren't playing a game. They don't care about all of that stuff. They just don't care. And it used to be I used to look at your and say, look how far ahead he is. And now I look at Joe Rogan. And I say look how clueless the media is look how close to death. They.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"With, an eye Women. Want him man want to be, rich Steven show. Tomorrow morning at ten six on us talking fifty. W. f. t. l. So here's the deal if you have tweens and teams in the family, one, of, the things that you have? To do especially now she got? To sit down with them every once in a while say listen what are some new apps where are, you guys looking at because, there's always, an app and seems to, be in this genre that we need to tell, you about and the her is a, you know tell us the see grid and then we're going to ask, all your friends would they think, about the see grid and then you get to see what, your friends think about your secret, which is generally, just a really really bad idea and just a few moments and tell you but the name a new app it's doing that and a, lot, of kids are using eight million kids and it's one of these things that you. Wanna talk to your own kids about say try, not to use the app because I don't think it's a win win here listen to phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to. Fifty four is, the way to join us. As always and what's going on, in the Kim. Komando show she shed this weekend I just want you to. Say the word see Secret the secret I loved that that's like when people lower their voice. When they're uncomfortable saying something like. You're not gonna notice whatever makes you listen deeper so I'm really excited. About this call because Fred is a decorated veteran Volunteer he served multiple tours and he also is. Really versed in information technology security written a book and now he's like he's going to. Go and speak with a local police association. And he'd really. Like your help to kind of help him look up some resources there prepare and I. Think you're really going to enjoy. The listeners to really enjoy speaking with him so frayed you're the man Thank you thank you paulie support for the veterans and. Active duty personnel new bent Well. I'll tell you you. Know it, really and I really mean this from my. Heart it's, one hundred. Really I mean we live in such a great country only, I mean Nowhere the way I look at us there I. Could not, have been born, in a better place in the entire world to do what I wanna do in with. All the freedom and the the. Village, abilities and the, advantages I, mean truly is an it's because of people like you. That that allow all. Of us, to have our freedom and so thank you. For that Deserve the compliment Shit I've got an interesting. Situation I recently finally retired military after twenty seven. Years and then with an engineering firm for another eighteen finally gave it up in, September and I took about a year decided to retire retire and For some reason I'm not seeing you, like just sitting in a rocking chair on the front porch Well So that's, something but I joined the citizens police association in, Georgetown, Texas and we're a little north of Boston predominantly citizens and, says I have to, say you'll see more history than. Others Talk on computer awareness, cyber awareness put together, some thoughts I really appreciate yours It's for. Both their home machines and their mobile devices their. Own stuff and their, children's and, most of these what. I call digital immigrants They, speak with an. Action to their kids, who are action verbs generation And you just we heads up you don't. App generation moment ago so we're reference areas that. I could go to I've got about forty five minutes to, to speak I went to home homeland defense tips. And that's pretty good but what are your thoughts Well. But you know what I forty five, minutes is not a. Lot not a long time You might want you're going to have to segment this right And. Cover certain things like here we're gonna talk about basic security I'd probably do another one on robocalls. Than. Telemarketing the dangers, and pitfalls that how to stop those right But the way that I always like, to to start a speeches is. With a great story and if you can't start with your great story started with a great story k And so these are these are basically you're just is this like an. Introduction these are people that you're just bringing in to the fold right right okay I'm going to send you some links but there's a there's a great video of there's it's a montage but if you. Could you could probably played part of this video in the beginning because. What you're gonna do. Is you're going to get, them in because you don't want we don't want to lecture them because these are people that are older. They know certain things they? May not know everything. But the, last thing you do. Is get there all curse or, here are the five principles of cybersecurity you, know what I mean it's like a place you know we don't want that I would probably start if I. If I were doing a keynote or speed I'd probably start with a video, of somebody who actually responded to a phishing scam and tracked. Down, the. Scammer A crate one now and where you were they respond and there's a guy on. The internet who's done this? Several times and so. It's like, I I'm so and. So and I you know I'm, looking for a woman or a man just, like you or I just I came into some money and I want you wanna share my wealth with you Or there's also another one another video of somebody who is the the Daijiro scam so old I don't. Know if I would, do, that as much as somebody who, clicked on, a link and a banking Email good okay and they call were they called, it was the Bank and it was actually a like a phone Bank in India Aids, dead of Bank of America and whatever Bank it was. And so. He kind of walks you through the whole video is probably maybe sixty to ninety seconds anything longer than that you're. Gonna, lose. Them so what, you want to? Set it up and, then play the video from when they track the person doubt And, so that kinda shows the that that. This is what. Happens and this is who's, behind? All this and then maybe start going through the top scams because. Of course everybody's on Email and everybody's on texting these tech support scams are getting everybody and people are going online typing in like Facebook toll. Free tech support and they're getting scabbed Microsoft tech support they're getting scam you know what I'm saying right Fred So so I would kind of hit them hard whereas they, are likely to get scammed and and teach them. About how to set up two factor authentication on all. Of their accounts and what exactly that is with their Bank accounts and with their Instagram, and their face so, so you're going to empower them and. Then then you. Know that's gonna take forty? Five. Minutes By the time here that makes a lotta sense I. Had. An old video cold the IT guide to sort of show introduction a book versus a schools Scam thing Some really great videos where you can you know where you can. Show. Them exactly and then you want to close with a kicker And the kicker could be something like you know here are five questions. Let's. Just see how you can answer them right now Or kicker is. Something else that they, don't, know about robocaller is because in the next session you're going to teach them how to stop that now I, guarantee you? Fred if, you, talked to anybody. About robo callers and telemarketers they will show up because everybody's so tired of it aren't we it's like oh make. A stop I'm tired of fine for, these scammers, and these people that. Are trying to sell me not even a timeshare anymore Welcome to timeshare Links, together, for you Fred and. Anybody else engaged wanna check out those funny videos over a. Commander dot com in that show picks the week by thanks for. Your, call today frat From coast to coast over four hundred stations your source for everything. Digital Kim commando show Over the years I've tried and tested every way that average people can and should back up the data. On their computers and I'm telling you hands down that I drive is simply the best. Cloud backup service there is three big reasons why I it's the. Easiest to use. 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"forty five minutes" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"All right right but you can also create your own and it looked like he had created his own due to some type of weight gain got it got it like i looked at him and it was like cool he just had that that huge thing red wine right there was no food on this flake forty five minutes and it landed at eleven thirty and i was like man where does he go what does he eat after this el monte frozen burritos is what i had settled on after staring at him for a good heart eight stood up for eight minutes what did he what does he do with these disea warm them up at the gas station or wherever no no i think he goes home okay tom and i think it's probably how lamps all throughout the house turns on a halley pops in dose el monte burritos and gets to work got a bet he's got some low fat sour cream again that diet that he was thinking about me on like that's that's what he pulled out that was the baby step that he made so he pulls that out of the fridge he's got to semi warm elmont burritos fork and knife this guy it isn't eighty eight didn't appear to be a dipper to me again anybody that's that gingerly trying not to touch their phone or their face or whatever there's no fucking way shoving that burrito into his mouth he's eating that thing real ginger and and he's using a fourgame knife he's a fork and knife frozen l monte burrito type a guy with low fat i do how do love el monte de really oh yes you know i'm a disgusting purse is chris my food.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Yeah okay do help it allow opening like everything and then a drifts like drifts feel that drip and then it just it's supposed also help with your lungs type but it's just shy drain a salsa where they relax you have your headphone along win four forty forty five minutes in the steam room it's a salted room your sweater like at a no that's what mature normal's like you you can base this whole okay but he's pretty cool in their breathed out where do you find i've never heard of this where do you find them on the new things group i'm looking at like like facials and stuff in this like salt room came up and i was like let's give it a try and then i did some research on it and it helps with a lot of things new things it is pretty good help him been really breathe every day like i think like let me see we inside in my nose going to breathe today there's always sucks right she's audible it's terrible it's a torture people don't understand unless you live with it sometimes i have to sit up in bed and just take a deep breath i don't know if it's panic or whatever it is have you had i've had surgery once i got to get it again did you supposed to do the balloon surgery it's like the new thing but apparently like when she was supposed to do it was after she pulled out of the fight they told her if you do this you won't be able to fight for a leash have bloody noses and all their reschedule the fight and we're like well we can't do that now gave us like antibiotics as like if some things go wrong and they make my nose.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Well it happened one day they were together long enough the phone rings it's his girlfriend hand them the phone for forty five minutes forty five minutes my son my flesh and blood is in the kitchen getting gutted like a trout i don't know what she's saying but he can't get a word in but you won't let me talk if i could do sick i didn't say that she's lying to you say ooh that's a lie forty five minutes not that i was listening walking bar is meat and i see my son and he's tearing up and he's in pain all i can think to say to him to comfort him as his father was dad's got gotta have compassion the guy who's compassion those of you who have had teenagers under your roof there comes a point where they don't they don't think for a minute they need you for anything and then they just start taking without permission and then asking and i mentioned this because my son i almost killed i almost did i my wife always said to me how come the boys listen to you better than me because i know how to talk to young men a month and a half ago i told the night show keep it up a run you over with the truck he started to laugh oh i love grapes i'm telling you i love grapes that i mentioned i love grapes red grapes i love him i picked off three pounds three pounds them put them in a calendar myself all three pounds in a calendar individual loose wallstrom in the sink so when i got him wet when i put them in the fridge the cold air would hit him and make him chris orbs of juice so go out and hit golf balls in the summer in tennessee ninety five degrees ninety percent humidity i'm sweating i'm sweating and i'm thinking i'm driving home i should get a gatorade but then i remember no i have good orbs juice salivate pulling the driveway and i'm coming up and i go to the fridge and i open it up and it was three car.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Different jobs and i saw a flier for unavailable position that was in a place called ione and i didn't having grown internet as i didn't know i own was i brought it up on the map and had zoom out and zoom out until i saw familiar looking places than i and then i saw though that oh it's out there near jackson cetera creaked okay so it was it was with the department of juvenile justice which formerly it was the cya before already yeah but it's all under corrections in i thought i can commute there from a place like fulsome probably in forty five minutes or something so so that's what i did for the first six years in corrections is worth with the juvenile's working with like the teenage ovulation i just feel like there's you know i mabel to just form some good connections there and you know in corrections to you know you've got some you've got some some folks in some teenagers that have gotten themselves into some pretty big trouble yeah but they're still they're still you know amenable to treatment into change in it's really fulfilling to see you know so those young people turn their lives around okay and and so unfortunately because of california budget problems few years back they started cloven closing a lot of the juvenile facilities in where i was at preston was one of the ones to close so i have to transfer over to the adult side of k so working with adults in corrections a little bit different but.

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"forty five minutes" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"forty five minutes" Discussed on Security Now

"A big customer so you know uh so who with we don't know who this is that there's an unidentified client but they said the result more data that one could have imagined an interesting insights as to the propagation enlivened viramontes the so they were the headlines from phase wanted the experiment were so can i get this the customer ran this eternal glue uh i would go i don't recall mel wear a experiment where on one machine in their engineering network with no privileges it found three machines unpackaged it exploited those three machines to obtain colonel level access it infected those three machines within ten minutes scooby it had gone through the entire engineering network using recovered and stolen credentials it then took the domain about two minutes later one hundred and seven hosts were owned in roughly forty five minutes before the client initiated the kill and removes switch so so here was a a uh uh you know at a san boxed deliberately safe carefully engineered leverage of being today an an the smp version one which has long since been patched by microsoft operating successfully within an existing organization it in all it found a couple machines which had escaped patching got ended them used its position there to establish a beachhead get into the colonel get credentials and then move through the network so uh if nothing else this should be edge a chilling note that in that it that you if you have some.

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