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Giddy Up Podcast Season 2 Episode 7

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Giddy Up Podcast Season 2 Episode 7

"Get everyone and welcome to season. Two episode seven of the giddy up podcast. My name is jt. Or justin tip it and on joined by the three time paralympian four-time world championships one commonwealth games. Three book two books author and data for mr don't elegant welcome donny unloved. It's always say's it to episode whatever we seven seven but we did it say tyke forty wall we have. That are annoyed home it. We've got thunderstorms coming through. Melvin and. I don't know if it was that we pressed the wrong buttons. It's probably us. We go right on. Did everything but strip inbetween going log before and starting anyway we're brought up sioux fully clark. Fantastic if you're listening to the live. Podcast welcome if you pay picking these up on your on your walker. You're the car and listen to ron. Welcome we love all types listening to the show and don't of course a guy that be big rep up might of course all the sporting achievements that you've had at least bloody arm long but there is something that well this is your choice mate and i just got to sort of say that from now i counterfeit. He was as ogan anymore. Oh what have you done. It's my artist. Follow instructions might just have little little exit from last week. Choice from now own ought to be referred to as the love the love machine so welcome phony the love machine. It's great to have you onboard. The love is back in the house. He excellent all right. Well we want to get into the show so we can. We might just get striding segment coach them on it of believe it or not. I've actually got that one right for one so segment we'd wonderful well going to be about the weed wacky and wonderful stuff but tony before it's not getting into a first weed wonderful wacky stories and go to few from around the world to not one thing. 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We might he from the sponsor. Dan bit lighter and tells exactly what it is. All you gotta do is contribute. So whether it's a great comment you ask a question Donny is going to select the at the end of the show. So great responsibility goes to ut at dawn. Gionta of got little scribbled. Stick here in a big shoutout to jude. So he jumped in from queensland national army. Let's just give you a bit of shawnee line judo. Get up on the screen and we'd love looking at least popping up the good comments up on screen throughout the night. They're gonna make some noise. Being thrown in the middle edgy. Look at that. So welcome morandi dossier. I've got a funky background. Well i'm glad that you asked that miranda because we'll do but i just couldn't decide which one to go for so i thought i'd put it out there to the listeners to know. Oh say well what what should we go for last week. Ya as you know. We thought we'd guy the break you know it's it's always good break But it's it's called down here in moments and thought could make more truck. You'll tony hit down the beach. Ca cheery guard patriarch could just jumping in a little castle dan. Here there's lots of options pretend to go to high office that actually look up to eastern so looks options when you're on the green screen totally which one they want to go. I'll stick with the office for now because that's where we are. I john i got an idea. Maybe maybe next week could bring in a mccown from the elkin macron. I might you broad as little she. Well she's been doing buddy waving and all that sort of stuff over the last few months i'll say. What are you just new business donny. Boy love machine It's sure she's never referred to fish anyway she's And it was fantastic. Job t the oldest gown gang buses born holders as poplin landholders. So i'm going to bring something in for for tonight. It's a listeners. Choice for your background. So jump on the comments. Knock yourself out and jt will decorate as required and testing Do we have an underwater scene. Spur end up. We could always have for next week. So let's take tell you exactly right so we're going to get into some of the weeds stuff. We love bringing you all the stuff that we find from around the world and what we're gonna start off with something that i think needs viewer. Discretion donate is. This is a story based on some body parts. John well it does. Involve the body on your. We do like so to delve into the we'd medical stuff every now and then these fun again comes from the land of old things. We'd interesting sometimes back in india. Remember we had some footage. I think it was last week the week before the ants that were growing in in that little girls and we actually had the video of them taking. That was freaky stuff. But this we've got a seventeen year old sweetie kamari her name and we've got some footage of a stomach because they remove something a little bit Hail what guts. Itching hair sheets food blind sitting down for meal not as much why in between the time now having a lotta stomach pains re they did an ultrasound. I thought she may have had a tumor which is obviously wouldn't have a great result for a seventeen year old but anyway they decided to get in and end up being a six hour surgery because she suffers from what soda and it's actually called rapunzel syndrome or a puzzle with us so it's basically when a person excessively choose the hair over several years and basically causes a buildup in the stomach and the intestines now. This was the largest accumulation of he's ever seen in a body in these forty year career. So if you're going show suggest you might want to look away now but we're actually gonna. We've got the foodi cheese. That is the hague all young looking at now that was removed from her stomach and pretty. Yeah pretty pretty incredible so no one is getting stomach pains. So it's off the screen now if you didn't want to look at that. So what are we condone. Do send down just munch on a car armed. Brush cindy scrunchy hungry hungry. You could just go to go for what's nearby and will you tonight. It's out to money. Isn't it a what i call kitty. For short scott's get away from it we could probably take we take some. What do you call it some recommendations for nicknames. Maybe that's a couple of comments to win the contributions of the way for these week now. Don't of course we always love to get into an animal story again and I want to introduce an animal this week where he's a good teacher of this little bear. Berries name is pap papillon and he's been recaptured and returned to his firm in northern italy. He escaped on the twenty seventh of july. And he's a four year old and using a nine thousand square metering closure. So that's a pretty big damning kalija broke through electric fence and they've been more mench facing to actually get out. Can you believe that. He's given a fair crack and but it was not the first time he's done it. He's actually escape before so. Yeah but this time they learn lights put a tracking collar on him. At least that was illiterate. Smarter but guess how long it still took them. Forty two days doni trekking goal on. Now i walk that. We're using telstra whereas i take that photo. Look like is a baby. And he's on the loose engineers in his rectal on the run to serve kale's tiffany. He's not taking any crap from that call good. He's colorado eight nine. I still got. He's color and Well last time he escaped and calming down a little bit so he was castrated and Clearly that didn't work he still decided to get out. But i wanted to hetty. Ricky you just gonna take idiot castrate. You gotta calm you. Hey you familiar with. I wouldn't have thought a bit some. I wanted to introduce another. He'd on zoos almost as hero up the week. This is the italian minister of the environment. Sergio cost now. You probably going. What the hell is he got to do with the story. Well as reintroduced introduced in the region in about nineteen ninety two and it has been a bit of public safety issue because several bear attacks bain reporting the last few years but luckily for pepple on who was on the run for forty two days module after several escapes previously. He's got friends in high places including guy he's so gi costa and he came out and made a statement on facebook said the bay has not injured anyone and he's only caused material damage and he said every animal must be free to leave according to its nightjar and he ended with a resounding pep along. Must leave so there was no orders to shoot to kill or anything like that. He was getting looked after by sergio. Good man so well clyde said. Yeah and i'll tell you all still buddy gobsmack papp's dania skype thing that was still mentioned that he got throat and angle groin as much through that johnson. He's a big unit. Angry bay wasn't what looked up. Been contracting anyone anywhere. i either. Why it's good news. We love good news stories. We're gonna bring you on my exporting. You who. I told you that that punters humans humans of musical interests. Now you're amused. Ira zilt threatened to ply the cable in the back and all give it a crack. They've walked up in germany. The send these thirty. I've look at it because i didn't think you. Latest jackson this lowest music possible right now heading directly to someone what we talk about lone songs win at toto africa that went for a wall. Didn't it seek seven minutes so it was pretty long dogs in berea. so what are we. What are you gonna records. We'll air about what detained ten minutes. Probably have to be on probably the longest longer. So what do you say. What would you think. If i told you that people have trending roy to these musical instrument chines choon. Just go to the knicks like little noise. What about told you say that. That is just a challenge and it took jt. It took nineteen years for one. Change this song johnny. Take get your head around these longer. Soul is gonna finish plying six hundred and thirty nine years years l. is us well. No no one's going to be ran up lottie men but that's the point. That's the whole point crazy except that we had as a timeless song that he's going to six hundred and thirty nine years and but the good thing is if you want to tune in and see go to the next sale. You don't have to his own iding months in the twenty twenty two next challenge will type plots whipsawed that call. Sary's what is a on. I love that extra research that you got to bring that sheet to the latest news because a good news actually got video. And i'll tell you what i'm looking to apply to actually had to speed up even the highlights becky because it went for white along so this is the video of the actual note. Change that we'd been waiting. Was it knowing teen years to see a big moment. What's happening. Actually actually changing the pot t the organ for the no change here. So there's two pipes that have to be changed and she slowly reaching as you can see you got the gloves on. It's very precise here. And jesus going to slowly these into the spot which is going to change the sound of the organ and change it there we go so this is the first change big moment still one more power to speed up really really fast and then he was the second pot slide down these two times because it was so exciting. This this is the moment the big bail flood event. St that tony. That's hit bite on the record getting to do that. And they get pied. Jaipur nevada job. Can you believe it. And the technical thing i said. The pace represents slowness during a fast pace era and a symbol of confidence in the future. Going to adopt that live from new orleans slough dare on the people to help them apart and literally going to say it's music it's law representing art. Gite drink a love. It next one now sees a who didn't grow up in australia and had gone to seize law at some point in time right. I mean you just go there and you'd gorge yourself on all the donny abc's yes Still gonna quainton either. Gone done as i said has pulled out of australia. So everything is is is closing down. But one of the staples donny. Abc's was the seasonal cheese targets at the lineup. That was the big thing you had to get. The seasonal chased taste now. Of course i'll be honest. More offscreen made me self celica it. Well if we got knits at one for the celebrate she's a fan of that as well. That was good luck to community. Celeb is where he. But it's a it's a big the intolerances don if thailand. Well this is. This is going to help because they parting gift to australia. Don't because they go on and people can no longer get the cheese toast. They've actually released the recipe and people had speculated about what it was vs. But we've got it got the recipe. I literally have the recipe gonna put it up on the screen run whose The colonel seven sacred heart herbs and spoke. It'd be surprised actually not that secret. It's not that hard when you actually look at these for those released and not watching you. Just need to be sliced. White bread heck arena cheese and margarine. And all you do is combined. Equal amounts of with the picker energy mix it to create a paste spray the mixture on one side of the bread throwing you firing paying it online meeting for for about sixty seconds and job done jiji. That gift is the equivalent of buying media. Tear thongs fight now. What are you good at all. I mean this is what i thought. You'd be alive that she shutting up shop in leaving the country. join up. Give it to the homeless something recipe for chase tyson here man but tom speaking of harsh and we know that there was a big big topic. Going around the world around black lives matter. It still obviously happening a lot of pot of the full that it would is that bad that that'd be me i'm gone one of the things that has deep force a lot of change with some names to some products on way they were seen as controversial so we covered that wrought throughout the shar didn't win it. Did we want and can you believe that that well. There's now being a new announcement he don't nestle ellen's a redskins and choco's they've nicholson united. It's out it's out. There were gonna chimes. That didn't know what to tell you what he's the suit got found out that they were not out vaas and bloody lady in alarmed without changing audit saudi hollywood rundown down and buy me some chocolate whose reds so much so jt. I had to do it for us. Because i i've got myself some collectors. Items collectors on the the sad is this is the fifth time of graphic. And here we are. We going to Just put up and going to find it. Now where he's at of birds redskins anatomy nine his red ripa and now going to be as shakey's through that's fair enough. I tell them or anyone has ever gone up with redskins is going to have a side redskin when they walked on elm. Sure that it's not just okay. We'll do the right thing in china and so everyone all the sudden doesn't refer to him as we're at skins but good luck to changing it and it makes a world of eight applies. Then who are we to argue a similar single. That draw really seriously might that scott. I'll tell you this is when i would say well done to would say hats off if i pulled out the new branding and did a racal. All the all ones and changed overnight. Then i would say you got me now. You know now you'll back in but instead we're doing tempting nail it's released. Isn't it hidden the stores in february or something some some around thanks to roll it out on stuff rolling. Might have you serious. You re cool like a safety has when someone has a southern could take you law. Thank you live in fully crop. Marketing might have plenty. Gimme fazakas ten and just got plenty. Meet button on your. I would tell him. I'm i'm happy whatever we can do to move the world in a happy applies. He's good for everyone as you can say. The net in randolph pointed out that the report was actually serial killers iowa. We'll probably be hearing from may slice. Soon that would be reconsidering. Wipe be called the red river. Come up with something else tight these gonna be and will speak in next segment. We'd love to bring you guys a little bit of take h wake now and i'm not everyone's takes to try and keep it touch. I think would be interesting to most people don. I imagined this kid. Obviously i wasn't smart enough to come up with how to actually work it out and it's now actually happening what am i talking about. I'm talking about second. Beaming isn't already been through speakers it. He's kinda baiming. these stuff. Here is just incredible. So i wanted. These may imagine if you had a big spotlight shining in a room. And you know when you walk into. The spotlight blinded by the lot. Well it's basically the same principle but it's we've already don if you do not walk into the beim of audio you don't hear so awkward showing the beim at you and in the same room you would hear and no one else would so complaints from the nineties or any of that sort of stuff out. That's just that's exactly right. It's got a little feed. And i'm just going to show you people he that winds it probably better than these. I'm asking introducing sound beaming. You hear the audio others don't without headphones. When you're inside of the bubble get the sound volume More you outside of it you can. You cannot get it sometimes. You can hear little bit of noise. sometimes you you hear. Does something going on beside you which you don't get the volume in. Don't get the immersive lists of the sound experience. You don't need to tell the device where you are it's not streaming too like one exact place it falls you wherever you go. What are we going. That's different again checked. The sale follows. You arrange i can't exactly right. Have you move around the room. It basically just follows you around as well so you could use it in an office environment and you could only be on your that sound going to your desk is an example is incredible. Well if anyone is going to have one of these samba's at anytime soon you are made that he's buddy of mine genetic but is pretty incredible technology. Apparently it's been released next week california. I'm sure we're to hear a lot more about it. So the geek of the week. We'll apply your bloody ripa now on we. We love bringing good news stories to people. Because that's what the show is about. We want to make you feel good you to laugh and What what have we got for this don roach it. We're not laughing as much. Because i think about this story. I think pine pine offering off well. But it's bloody awesome. Chris nick not yet but your will and you hear him and whatever you think of it you've body good works now gye tae like we've had a friendship for a long long time ontai. Some things that are meant to guard for long-on. Jt exercise is not one of those things crease crease. Sixteen hours forty six minutes and nine seconds just fourteen minutes shy of the seven minute cut off taunts now yes seven sorry thank you fool the main drag take a long. That's a long time turning sixteen hours six minutes. It's a long time. what would you say. Chris is the first athlete. Triathlete all in maine in the world to have done it with dancing. It's bloody incredibly. Let's have a look at these food each year and show you the magic moment. This is the sound of history in the making twenty one year. Old chris niche just set a new guinness world record completing a two point four mile swim one hundred twelve mile bike and six point two mile run in sixteen hours forty six minutes and nine seconds roar despite a few obstacles like falling off his bike and getting stung by fire ants. Chris kept going to smile. Never quits. dang chris's coach. Was there by his side throughout the entire race. Making good on a promise to chris's dad. I said nick. Amazing job with your boy for twenty one years. Just give me an for seventeen hours. And i promise you i'll return to you. An iron man and out greatest honor in my life was keeping that promise on a bloody awesome story. Don't he a tell you what i tell you when we bring him good stuff. Wait bring a really big that. He's big seriously one hundred twelve miles to saw a little costa swim two point four miles and miles because he did it in america and of course to twenty six point two miles that he ran for the marathon which is forty two k four. We'll alyce listeners. But that's impressive eddie. Super impressive jiji. And he's an awesome if it so we'll up tony that he's a great story and i'm sure you're right. You are going to hear a lot more of nikki in the future. And what i love about a two. It's what he did with these metal gave it to the woman who lost gave it to his mom that you gotta love that now. The good news. Of course something we had if you are leaving in victoria officially as of tonight which is a as of eleven fifty nine pm. You no longer need to wear masks outdoors when there's one exception to that participating in marvin but you've got a sheet moustache. Lockhart key player two miles. Confetti moscow manure porn star. She's going bad now. Of course our next episode. Donny's where well. I'm going to have one hand on the mute button because each week we just let you lose your peak week. Donny's picadilly now j'ai tyson people have written and sit vitam sounding a bit clot. Turn me up your on mexican each so a move. That might close marmot and are gonna tell ya. It's one of my favorite things to talk about. We're going to talk about alcohol now. The realities a lot of people that if you have a stiff drink you to me up. Gigantic some bird up on the snowy mountains with these little canister around there buddy floss one of these little beauties that is crack up drum water course mate. Rescuing people dehydrated need some water. Now whiskey that. I don keep yourself now. Let me tell you what we think that. The alcohol hates us up he to dispel that now. Sadly i tell you the rates. I'm telling you. Listen as he sees. Because well i need to not because it doesn't hate us up at all what happens. He's s. we drink alcohol by szekely. Hates blood vessels up rather and it moves to the area over scheme and the whole thing is the body. Doesn't hate up. Since the hate transpose. To a different part that goes to the scheme of course then we buddy knows to start sweating so that we can cool down so we we call down quick and take it. These people gite have mistakenly believed that. They are getting so hawk because avenue. Drink that getting that gear off. And i just walking home from a lodge out and it's called savannah cup of mall and because they have shared a few lives equality actually gotten themselves of hop them. So i tell you as we cruise into the silly season on just giving out listeners. Some heads up alcohol will not whom you are now. That's it's revelation. Believe it or not. It's we're not families jaipur stop because that's clap surely everytime watching complaints wettin and stuff but not true story doesn't so they got hit from on doctor to hit it from the left machine himself. Alcohol doesn't warm you up. They actually true. We reported on the on the show. I think a couple of months ago about a lady in ireland and a true story died She took a short cut through the few episodes blind and took a shortcut fella and died of hypothermia Small one laugh at very margaret thinking back anyway if that just because people thought shooting main who should stop enjoying drink take so. He's cheese cheese. You have another drink or now. Go this martin. Jt's now don't want to talk to you about Well holes oh halse taking things might be talking about how he's on this show or or doing some gardening. Not those going home. We're going talk about Blue halls donny. Now holzer show some footage in the second bit blue hose a fascinating and it's often said that we know more about the surface of mars than we do about the bottom of oceans. These absolutely true what we've found with these blue halls literally to mice mysterious places on earth and i'm just gonna play video. Let me just sound plays video and this sort of explain it so basically what you say them. We actually have some ministre as well and when you sort of an aerial view here. It's really easy to say. But you can as this map shows that can even find them on. Google earth basically just sink holes in the middle of the ocean so what it actually looks like in the ocean. Then we certainly have some around the barrier reef iran. He actually incredibly date kevin's and there's a lot of mythology around you know while but at some point in time as you can see from the starts. These were not underwater. So the c o. We've lost We this we're we're back so what you can say there is the The blue hall was actually look like from an aerial view. And so what we basically found is they were actually above earth at one point and is obviously oceans. Rose eventually paint underwater so they're actually very popular dive spots but they're also very very dangerous and literally A lot of people have died Actually going down blue host. So i wouldn't wouldn't recommend it but they've fascinating stuff in jackson never pronounce his name. Rot discovered one a long long time ago. and can we visit the u. So this is a very the my spineless finding the world in in belize and a in two thousand eight hundred and some scientists went down and the the whole stretch four hundred ten fate and at one point oxygen disappears from the water literally suffocating any shellfish or anything at go down there and there's another one in the little submarine. Yeah that was the one that they sent down. And there's another one in the red the red sea and jt. Looks like it's just totally well. Okay vaccine but well hope us should be He'll be back soon they we gotta hopefully. You didn't lose me too much and you hearing we've got put kiro radio But it was cut up but yeah the famous ones in belize and that was twenty some of that footage and and then there's another one in egypt and this is about reckons being about one hundred and thirty. Two hundred divers have lost their lives in a fifteen year period there. It's very dangerous. And that's even for well. Trained technical divers absolutely stunning. When you guys down there is marine life and a whole bunch of stuff that you say that you wouldn't see anywhere else and they reckon they often about ten thousand years old some of these things. We're looking at pichai armour. Look a lot of things. I man but always say that big dark blue patch. Ob sheeting. it's so it's no more compensate diving's really not your thing. Is you know goma qualified diver. And so we love it. Even that stretching odin guy down that taping. I'm not a big fan of cave diving at all. That if you need me says myself and non nearly didn't make it might save that for another. Another conversation nearly died while scuba diving already. So i don't know if i'm gaming up to go another of he's incredible got to any sort of diving and my depth is at the floor in the tank the give back but now you blew hallmark. That's that's blue host We're gonna get him nancy. We go some cracker stories in amazon. You segment on just while like these have really. We've really put the muslim the take two nine. Fm you wake up and it from all angles. So keeping me. On my toes masses and clicks and buttons flying So the next thing want to talk about now stops gonna happen in america. Let's be honest bunch of nutcases over there and well. I just want to bring you some footage on if i even need to really talk about it on because these footage might this is just another typical die on a new york subway. Let's put it that way this chart. I don't know if i can just say. I have a problem in new york. What would you do you sit on the train and these rap human size just kerr's ups up on the screen america buddy the rat. Its performance artist jonathan law. And he's basically just being boring going to subway rides scaring the shit out of people but he's big on tiktok at the moment so i guess that's good tiktok me talking a little bit so people do tiktok. Forty eight road on the other thing. I wanted to say which. I'll put it in a bizarre degrees. We'll look the senior is beautiful coin. People fading the birds made its pigeons. Shit everywhere yeah. That's right now but Well only ob decided that I think i'm not take pigeon racing mercy to nothing really surprises me with you. Apply piano your darva you do about your mile motto. Peach in what rising pigeon racing right is huge frosty. Well there's a method to my madness don. Because what do you reckon if you're gonna buy pigeon and yeah because the racist i. They're very smart booed. You can basically once. They know where i leave. You can put them in a truck and applying thousands of miles away and they get back to the same spot. There's very very intelligent smart birds so they have these rices pigeon prices. So what do you reckon. A good pigeon. Good pitching racing would be going full night on the market so not not post not marinated main control still alive prime racing on bed for a long time jack. Shit force and budgies allowed them felt cruel supper but Fifty hundred bucks or even ninety in for the lie. Why the bucks might you very very close in terms of well it's currency but how would these. This is a world record. That happened last week. World record price for racing pigeon dawn. Happy sitting down for at home. And everybody's listening two point six million. What two point. Six million dollars for a pigeon. Now i know you're thinking this is absolutely ridiculous but well let me just introduce you to the most expensive pigeon in the world is a beautiful look pigeon. Eating nicks keep museum is next kim. The you kim very special. Because she's very young so we can still greet or the buyer can still breathe many years from the pigeon and she brett by a very famous pigeon racer two point. Six million dollar pigeon knicks kim. He's ninety s and you're on boarding well toyota pigeon but when you walk into that ivory cheese full we were two point. Six and the other one's ten blocks clue. Let's be honest but probably wouldn't have too many ten buckets in your sign. I'm sure they've got little little tags on a more probably got implants as imagine so. Yeah two point. Six million dollars these staggering for good. Isn't it all would only. Did he earned that pigeon. Data sheets called because point seeks else. Can you justify crazy stuff. Do they make a lot of money. Where did i absolutely absolutely prizemoney money. So it's actually becoming very very big in china at the moment and So they have rices and the price putz literally in the tens of millions of yours. Carta sean ginette come time company. Not touching point six might be good luck with your money mike if anyone's going to be out of fort you once upon a time so this is where we look back at some amazing faxing history and the first one sister very quickly put a picture up here is someone that's l. Let's say hasn't got a good reputation. Probably nine four murdering millions of people. Let's be honest. I'm talking about heat. Law he's lightly. No no it's you know it's a fun show. We don't really want to talk about some too many serious issues. But let me just trying to find a buddy shouts these so he's actually won't tell you i don't want to glorify. He thought when some people might stay in in history and you remember that obviously shit. There by actually competed in the same stadium way. He might be stressing address. It and it was the berlin stadium so just yawns the gold medals in that very anyway. Just love i love. You might well those trying to so many but one thing this is. This amazes me that hit the many members of the nazi posit. He was up hamersley against cruelty towards animals and he was a strict vegetarian. Holy crap. so you're telling me that that was one of the worst people cons ever known Was buddy against hi. Is this where get that bit about. Serial killer zero ice. I love david. He's literally hitler with a couple of dogs Using that when you think of just you would never join the dots. There is someone who is just literally kill millions of people and yet he was absolutely against any cruelty towards any animals and was vegetarian. Resigned taken mike and lauda these but if time to dress up as that rat lock that going to sue so And the only thing. I wanted to bring up segment as well. It's interesting story out of russia. And it's it's linked to the american idol so you know obviously american auto which started back in two thousand and two. Can you believe it. And obviously the yeah. And there's been so many shows since then like you know the voice america's telling her strategy got talent. The ma seattle united seventy spin offs. Right one of the most appealing things about the show. You could call an invite you up to the viewers allegedly conspiracy theory vietnam but basically have a toll free number and if you like that odyssey you'd ring oh you'd sims basically that's how the witness but some back in the daytona that had now that started obviously why before we had sorry american idol. Yeah and also way back then as well right so but what happened was When europe was caught divided back in the late eighties and nobody had to sort of western europe that alarm of the states in eastern europe which aligned with the soviet union now the soviet soul how popular eurovision was. And they said. You know we're gonna start your own buddy show humane going to call it interview so intervision so okay so it was pretty much lock eurovision but that was state approved performance and now a seeing state approved so you couldn't say jokes and lyrics about losing paranoid sorta stuff so it was pretty incident but the head a little bit of a problem because they had free elections there in a long time and intervision allowed us to vote for their favorites. How are you going to vote because fines were very rare commodity back then back in the day in in russia. So guess what. I came up with well. They thought posted take too long so they couldn't do that off the needed something. That was a little bit more immediate pigeons that whole shoes born trump no. It's actually decided that what they wanted to do was run out and turn the front lot the house on and that's how they voted really know what you thinking is. Well how does that help someone. Around and kennedy potty. Lots on right. No no no what they did. The thirty i looked at the consumption graphs by times. And if i saw an increasing the pao us at the time that they said to vote for that we know that's actually had counted the votes. Well i tell you what that is bringing the whole nation together. Isn't it like that. Maybe that's why a lot of governments have sold off. The power companies is corrupt an rigging eurovision contests interesting that some we should you bring us giant to look at these little punks jen's as what's happening with gen z. You foresee tony normally tuned to go jin handed over the controls to you. Just say you. I'd like i'd seen you getting a bit stocking. Little gen z. 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He's it so there's lots of lots of names that you expect to see the conditions. Ariana grande day. Selena gomez beyond say knows bieber. Stu taylor swift pays nicki menaj all pulling be at least six hundred grand so it's not bad but they literally have one hundred million followers so obviously when they probably something about a product it has an immediate fix and it's pretty good return on investment. So say if you look at these wanna be stats. thousand followers. I think that'd be influences. What would you say to them head. I get more like like that because they will. People people are aspiring to login z. Saying hey or wannabe a an insult. When do well. I do want to be an influence. But i think it's like mice things whether it's acting whether it's sport reality is a lot of people that play sport. There's a lot of people do acting and it's a very very small percentage that get to that kind of level so i have a backup plan just in case we're going to talk about things things down on under not to drink. That's a true story. Until i met my wife just coincidence tom side at around the but anyway i was not to do with her but what i don't want to sound like a drink law but i do want to bring right off the invention to the attention of eleusis. Jt juneau's the one cast warn conduct. Corrugated boxes little subaru. Nineteen sixty toma sangu invited but you when i first invented chike take us to have the tap temple outside. They got another kudos invention. The invention gigantic take now. Listen i want your advice on the if you invented something in eighteen fifty down tonight lock. It was massey today even bigger. Do you think you'd have it sorted by it. Like i think fifty you think it made his kimber ye changing it one hundred and fifty years. You think it'd be pretty damn pat correct. What are your job at the. Nfl was invented in eighteen fifty and every year they keep stuffing around the room. It's sorted it's worth it's been around. Even i'm just body move anyway. That's a good ozzy invention the rest will give a rats about it. Unless a lockdown they watch thing real not spend any western one other one that flew. Remember the flu t- Influence might it was. Another pandemic was walking a lot of people to donate idea in nineteen nineteen between twenty to forty million. People died gite date. Well it's got swapping out australia. Bang the influence. Why do i didn't have face mosque back. Then that's correct until we noni ninety-six monash university and developed the influenza vaccine and bang ever since then go by what was cold called relents excellent. That's behaved religions. Trying to think of which back saying that. That's very very good. Tony geiss i three fantastic wide cast as rules and the flu. Vaccine noise donny. Now we're gonna go straight into the life hacks oh we love bringing the effects and we've only got a few segments to go ahead go to hero the wake of course go to another great for money whisperer sprouts. We're going to of the week funny clip from media. Watch of what's coming out next week. So he just don't even want to be well tell you that every total. I do washing ashore as a couple of things happen. There's a whole lotta bottles that type things cleaned up but it's exciting but but then shoots coming up and often. They've been all in plenty little bend on the color of madrid. Any ooh sheets me. It always out of work that you can fix it. How do you know the lovely ladies. I've got a hair straightening like one got one. But hey strike. Use that to get that out the college. I take your new greats. He's got a good team. A guy the next thing of having to use in a mini survive. I recognise of all these long problem. Get away with it. Well we now. Why now starting. Now larry but jt my other one forty a few weeks back. You said to me like you had these plans to putting pipe. Newspaper in the bottle of beam boy sucked up everything and but offer on notice every drag the backout suction thing in their on candy like this. Why do jt get a drill. Zip put a couple little holes in the side of the beam. The air and nine more suction back comes out bank. Bob's your uncle really well done. Great work and Well if you've got some great life exit you want to share with us on the show. Same so across any good life ex. We're always up for him jyoti. I'll have to bring to your attention. Might something really awesome. It's mineral water. That's all drinking fewer. Just been rewarded with health. Ashley don so. I'm not surprised on on the still be. Climate wasn't even in know. North do climate. So you actually so you can. You can absolutely climate. Now we've got a Here of the week this weekend. Well we just show you a photo. I think that's probably the easiest way to do it. Because he'd sort of just got to look at these two guys. I wonder who the actual hero is scientist. Been with me. One second walla again on types out here of the week it's It's only the legal. Eleanor bunks them. Burberry and i think that's how you pronounce this. Let me tell you a little bit about these stories. Take say look Well it's obviously we'd call. It's change sporting calendars and win. Grant should should've been everything's being push back a little bit lighter and the lovely lukin. He's ellen were. We're planning their wedding and left plenty. It's time to go pretty confident. Now get through the cool side. i Made sure there's was plenty of room time those even go and have the The after party. What do you call the tony. Got away reception When you go off the end of junket junket there was telling for that. It was telling me for everything could just waiting. Woody triple take the honeymoon up and running a cat running across the screen and anyway they had the told me that they lift for but what it actually happen of course came and the wedding was planned and all of a sudden. What are the odds. Fauna was brought on the wedding day. And it's that whole problem going. Oh what do we do and husbands like early. Wasco gonna wind gonna kill you if you go playing on our wedding day so here are the week you decide. Danni again who. The hero is because guess what he played. The game had the wedding but he went to the wedding. I jumped in the car through on his gear and play the game. Lottie let you get to the reception offer basically I'll tell you. I'm gonna put alan as my here are so actually rival ferrari still wearing his wedding suit and he's walked was still in a wedding dress and got changed and he's the gully helped him get across the line. They won and they now into the grandfather next week. But now i'm going to say the heroes actually the wife because it's funny fair if it put a little bit of context into this one the beautiful lovely mrs also plays soccer also at a pretty high level and she's also a golly so She plays as well so of course she would night add onto understood absolutely. So he's gonna he's gonna sell faquir and she's going to sell caper literally so everyone's happy. What can i take good caper. That's good growing heroes. Fight them here plight and even they won the game in the it. Some big celebrations. Dad joke weiser us communities dewey's in the kiddies to not night we two guys say that We've not a lot of confidence. Because i had to read one of them a little bit but we're i'm pretty. I'm pretty comfortable with these side alphabet starting got a queue. The this is santa fe. So there's a couple by the name of john and margaret having breakfast one morning when margaret looked at john and said john locke to ask you a question says sure honey. What would you like to know why you said john if i died. Would you remarry john margaret. That's crazy i mean. Why would anyone such a question. Let's just talk about something else. John i'd like to know would would you remarry me for remarry if i died honey. That's just crazy. Talk them to simply not going to answer such a silly questions. But margaret persisted and eventually joined frustrated. We okay okay. Have it your way. He's what would probably do a record white wall eventually. Remarry you happy you satisfies says well thank you john. But after little while margarethen. John died and your remarried which is somewhat house. John thought about it. Forbidden any thoughts on reckon on would sell the house. A lock it here and there'd be no other reason for me to sell it. John paul died and you may married. We sell bad. I've never really given it any thought you know you just off the top of my head. I'd have to say really lockout bad. So i guess my answer is no. I wouldn't sell the bid john. What obama golf clubs wouldn't let us my golf clubs would you. Well why margaret. Cho's not is question is that i wouldn't dream of letting us use your clubs. Besides she's left handed anyway own. That's good to go and other ones we give the punt is another one love maddox. It's another duck joke. So duck walks pub and yours also offers a point of view and a ham sandwich and the bomb and looks at him. Saying on your doc the doctors will see. Your eyes are working and you can walk. Explains the bombing see. You're always a wyking. He's awake to says the duck beer sandwich place. Obama says she certainly sorry about that. Is he pulls the ducks point. Just as well sorry we just don't get many ducks these pob as well. What are you doing around these. Why anyway and the ducks says well. I'm working on the building. So i'd across the road because i'm a plaster. The flabbergasted bomb discount believe and it just wants to learn more but he takes the hint when the duct pulls out a newspaper and just starts to read it so that's reading his paper. He's drinking beers. Eighty sandwiches pies up. Say goodbye to the bombing guys but the same thing keeps happening for two weeks and then one day. The circus comes to town and the ringmaster comes into the pob for pot and the bomb and says to engagement. Where the circus launcher as well. These dock that just could be brilliant in your circus. He talks drinks bs. Eight sandwiches reads the pipe and everything that sounds bloody marvellous. Because he is a business card. Gimme coal so the next i the duck comes into the pub and his how you missed the duck oregon on you off with top job pain really good money and the ducks lacosse. Well he goes. I'm always looking for the next next joke me as well. Where is it about the circus. Dachshund the circus the one with the big game. Yeah the bomb with all the animals leaving the cages and the performance. He leaving the caravans and violence gonna get you of course because in the tent with canvas sides and the canvas roof and the whole in the middle obama's the doctors shakes his head in amazement. He's dislike the hell. Would they want applause through false. That's good that's a buddy clever document very very very very now. Yes exactly how each week we bring you a great from the money we spent. He's made on the money literally with these tips so winning straining his tips full of this week is it the money spur heat with the weekly update on all things you money and finance people contact the boys and ask it backs. property investment in what areas that We suggest that. I have a look at given than tun hoping talking a lot about the expected property but if a booming exciting to twenty four months chosen anyone looking to buy occupies at the guy any the capital cities in strike at the moment long term. I think that's going to be a very good place to put your money. Intended little snaky investment i think The sunshine crisis very attractive at the moment. Not apartments that says departments highrise apartments not new properties off the plan using new having elements but established has is on bit of land. I think long term or the next twenty four months. There'll be some good growth longtime that'll be a in accent investments that had big drop in god the financial processes in gradually work. They ride back this cotton. The ritual vacancies under the sent which suggests has been strong population growth limited development and there's also infrastructure plan to the next will going on for the next twenty to fifty years so i think sunk ties get a mistake property on the landfill hundred five hundred square meters minimum possible land. I think turn out to be very wise. Investment long ten any other questions or topics should lock. Covid plays at the boys now when we say we can do. She's got don't even have another good tips. Well it's funny. You said was furiously writing their sunshine. Coast to anyone. Anyone who's looking to take any advice in the money. Whisper hasn't let us the on yet. Mighty ship to see this in good shape and he's property such we love him. He's a an absolute kepa. And of course we hear advance help. It could sign up for. Che's jt jumping comsec. Gordon buddy komo. Thanks for a tried and that sort of stuff with I-instead by good work. I game for the money. We spray the very spot in as he said. If you want to know anything let us know and we'll put it to the money. Whisper for mike. Sure your informed We really date now while we neely towards the end of the show has vast wheelspin to come up. And it'd be an expert. Of course we're going to show you a quick funny clip that we picked up during the wakened. Well you'd think when you're on the media don that you would be sort of across. I guess days of the week. I would've thought that would be a pretty basic thing. When you're doing news crosses right one radio. Yeah you would think so. Let me just finally sound weekly. Pierre and Let's say how this actually went down Maybe a- wheeler will be pioneer square today to speak out about this at ten o'clock joined by dozens of other leaders and groups from the city. So i'll be there as well to bring you this coverage in share that story and our newscast governor reporting live in downtown portland at haas coin six news and just to be clear the the actual protests is scheduled for this saturday correct. Yes i'm thinking that today is friday right. A little confused could make thank you guys so excited about. What is it tuesday. Oh my goodness missile wednesday. We'll get together. It is wednesday to go to bed. Okay yeah call. That's how i saw off big dietary feel hip pain. It's pretty much. Americans screwed up royally so wall. I'm just getting the big wheel to Do some big prizes. What are you coming up next week. Mike jay toyota on Next week the the really wonderful thing that i've noticed is that old age restrictions. The camel means that things are changing. And you you ought do. But it's speaking and of course we didn't know engagements very few will on zoom or that spicer on backing the classroom window auditoriums on to it's just got to be buddy awesome to wrapped to be doing ours and now of course i've got to see me because i started a lake rock before lockdown. He'd been on a test soccer for long time. So i'm hitting the sydney to get that finish off. So might they tell you. It's going to be huge getting that in your lake so look senior. Run rand paul that running also very very big. Wait for me presenting to about nine hundred small business owners on on customer experience what to do for a living. Yeah sort of taking them on the journey and some tips to help them make money in their shops. So that's what is wednesday tuesday wednesday on interviewing don peppers. He's one of the literally the biggest going customer experience. He might wanna be fifty influential people in history in time. He's a big deal. Got about three hundred fifty thousand followers on link dean. Sold millions of books Some interviewing him on wednesday looking forward to that already had a little bit presentation and it's a crack us. Some great tv theory interested in custody shoulders. A lock to running a chinese thursday friday on had of many handle difficult customers. So wake and you still fun for me. That's just writing and said about these tried Seriously good smelling. Stop by you gotta get on but don peppers. That's a thought he could get my that sir. Well down thanks. Mainly is a good number conversations with him over. The i mean melvin. He's go sort of kept in contact and so looking forward to talking to me about x. because it has to say excuse customer experience. Is that tom talking lingo. It really has changed. Carbons changed businesses. Have to work with everyone. There's obviously being pushed digitization and everything going online etc and has really changed so it'll be interesting chat so looking forward to it now is telling for the big wheel like it that way over my chance. You're gonna sit in this remote people got onto these the spreadsheet plugging the show next week. Remember to do that work. That's right we. We're back on sunday. On which i take these treaties get mike. That's literally all we could get their resounding wheel you ready. She's lighted the ninth serene and all the names at mentioned the card to which was bubbles curates so if you are watching and your name on their about to hit the button and what she brings giant your mentioned bubbles without talked about the law of hack in washing machine or slated. May and here it is. You've got a pretty body. Prompt broke all saw the same objective raw midge. 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Maxine close full off now. Because i know that that might have happened to me a few times that he's a good call. So the energi tae contribute. If it's an art is david good. And he's the weena you get a wing. He is one Something from tom. Dot com dot a use fantastic little electric pace with given away little bits and napa what replicas and united so some cool stuff. So congratulations david touching details and flick that out too. Now final thing. We want to lead people with donny. Some the set up there week. We call it the final fleeing jijel we talk about. We spoke at the start of the show. Putting anything we can do to make the world a better place qualities. A guy might always memorial ahmadabad can decided that wasn't going to break any rules that go home and beat flustered because i just about got knocked off my boss go deep and everything worked out on the road. But i was really angry. I walked my front door and walked in my front door. I was still angry and it was at the time. Little funny enough. Come running up to give me a big cuddle. Because just got hard. And i looked at a and a knew. Something wasn't on these little cute had done. Nothing role was about the cop the brunt of my frustration a turnaround a hung today. We're always hang up tomorrow so it was fun to audit soldered at that moment every single time. Oh fun i'm gonna leave my baggage behind and from that moment on sowed using the front door to sit on loved it so much to every single time i walk through a door it was gonna be mock you to race it from on assad accounting him and he does our winter in a die and she might run out of a accounta- too many does too many opportunities to leave my mark. Baggage behind tip for the way is used tools to set your mind. It doesn't make you world amazing but it does put you in control with what you carry through the door and what sort of influence you have on the people on the other side of that tool so i farner fleeing issues race it. You have a great way. I love it. That's a great tip on And i've heard you say that many time Your talks and then i. That's one of the logs and walks away with and i think of it literally. Every time i go through a door as well so it's a fantastic to too late but we had a message tonight. It's going over with head. Lots of technical difficulties and all sorts of crap. We actually got there in the end. So if you've hung on these long thank you so much for hanging and we look forward to seeing you next week. The show will be on sunday night again. Will announce the time at some point during the week because don's good trip obviously in sydney and doing all sorts of we'd wonderful presentation so we will see you next sunday. What else do i don knows. Route literature jer of abe country dial.

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Are You Wiggling Your Way Out Of Freedom?

Unshakeable Leaders

16:55 min | 1 year ago

Are You Wiggling Your Way Out Of Freedom?

"Guys, the biggest shifts that I've had in all areas of my life financially emotionally spiritually in relationships. They haven't come from these light easy fluffy conversation with the people that I respected know. They've held my ass to the fire and even if it's been difficult at the time ultimately. I've looked back and said you're right in a world where more and more business owners execs and entrepreneurs are struggling to keep it together due to the pressures around them. I wanted to create an experience that sets out to answer one question. How can I inspire you to be healthier wealthier happier and connect at a deeper level in relationships, Idaho Simon level and welcome to unshakable Elite Club. So yesterday was a pretty big day guys, you know why I was booted off Facebook page. That's right. My personal profile now, I have no idea right now whether I'm going to be joining Facebook again, and yeah, I just want to share a couple of things on this before I go in today's episode on accountability because it was so interesting when the notification came up and said your account has been disabled and I did not going to panic didn't go into frustration. And actually what came up most for me was that you know, this is a bit of a blessing cuz if I'm being totally transparent which I always am with you. I've been spending a little bit too much time on social media and I don't know if you've watched The Social dilemma great documentary, by the way, I actually want to spend less time on social media and so it's pretty cool thing. Anyway, we will see if it opens up again. It opens up. And if not, then I'm going to take it as a sign from the universe that I need to be off Facebook. So this episode was spunk from a conversation which I had I think on Thursday with a client of mine and the conversation went a little bit like this. We were going down a bit of a process a bit a bit of a healing process together and one of the things that you said to me really stood out and I was like I have to do an episode on this which was you know, I know song Only skip you know and wiggle out of accountability and the reason why I do that is because I have to face this type of thing and it reminded me so much of my journey and the times when you know, my biggest breakthroughs have come not from the easy conversations with my mentors coaches, but the challenging ones and so it brought up this topic of accountability and I really wanted to do you know an episode around, you know, not just the benefits of it but like how we wiggle out of it and also the impact if we don't have accountability. All right, so I'm going to be talking about a number of things today and just notice again what happens in your body as I'm starting to talk about some of these things so I can just go into like the basics here around accountability. Why is it cool to have accountability? Right but there's a deeper level right? There's an emotional intelligence level doesn't energetic intelligence level and then there's the aftermath of when someone does hold your ass to the fire and then suddenly you look back and you go that was a pivotal moment. That was a turning point a huge turning point in my life. And one of the things about accountability is that you know, it requires commitment, right it requires us to in fact let go of pride. A lot of the time we don't like to ask for help, right? That's just a truth. But the big reason why we avoid it a lot of the times because we're avoiding a feeling right way. We desire a one-level this loving correction and we want encouragement, but when it's really off in front of us the opportunity right to actually be held accountable to the things that we truly desire we kind of we'll avoid, you know, and for some people that might be avoiding confrontation and again, this can be subtle right? We know that actually we want to get to this place and we know that someone can help us. But the the Mind comes in right and it just finds a way for us to wiggle out and what happens if if we continue to, you know have that type of behavior then little problems that seem little end up turning into big problems and we don't actually get the benefit of going through these milestones and achievements and actually stay focused. Because when you talk to somebody about the things that you desire and you actually admit that I'm I'm clueless around this. I have no idea why I'm showing up in this way. I have no idea why this pain continues to arise within me and then actually someone in hearing what we're saying actually bring awareness to something that we're not aware of that can create a massive breakthrough. It can create a massive breakthrough in personal relationships disconnection from people and I can tell you now that when I have been held accountable through my mentors and the people that have guided or a guiding me then what it does is it forces me to up my game and in upping my game that's where there is an upping of confidence and when there is an upping of confidence then that she does For example the amount of you know money you make it shifts your ability to you know, create more opportunities. You know, let's just say that you're honest you're in a business and you're kind of hiding right you're playing small and you know that you can get to a certain place in your life and your business but it's just kind of making enough to you know, just get by but you actually there's another part of you that wants to grow and succeed and scale. Well when it comes to accountability someone's going to be able to spot off the actual issue of the real problem versus what you think it is, right. This is very common. For example, when people say, you know, I struggle getting leads versus the actual issue which is like a confidence. That's a very very common one by the way, but, you know when it comes to, you know, if if leads are not an issue for you, for example, and you're running a company job maybe the accountability that you're missing is more on the personal side around taking care of yourself all that actually being able to communicate better because you know people understand this but when you're in honest brutally honest conversation, and someone isn't afraid to challenge you in a loving way then what am I going to do is interrupt and help you see The language patterns the behavior patterns, right and it's all of this that we actually avoid and we push away right? That's why off and you want to you know, sit with this question for yourself. Are you someone that runs away from accountability because it's going to bring up this type of Challenge and that fact of that challenge trigger something from your past. Right? And if you're aware of this this can actually help you to move through to get the type of accountability that you need right now for whatever stage of life you're in and whatever your challenge is be that business or your relationships or whatever that is, right a simple example is you know Fitness, you know going to the gym, you know, you'll be all say that, you know, we can do it on our own but when you have a commitment, right and you honor that commitment and then you suck A consistent Behavior then that actually builds up over time and then you actually start to change your life in in in a way. Right? And so this plays into all different areas very very key. The other thing about really good accountability is, you know, getting more done in less time and that is through milestones and deadlines and then also another thing which is critical which is consequences, right because you can someone can say to you go do this, but it doesn't mean that you're going to do it for example in My Soup by before or formula. This was a big piece around what I wanted to create because I found that I was you know in programs I was asking people to do things, but they weren't following through so then I had to create a Locking System a tracking form every single day that people fill in for forty two days right six weeks and there's a consequence for not actually doing the actions every single day 4:40 to age. Cuz I know if someone does like consistently it's going to change behavior and in the change of behavior. Then there is life-altering shifts. Right these shifts happen in connection with self these shifts happen in connection with others these shifts happen with for example our beliefs, right and then that changes our level of action and actually what we do and therefore if there's a change in what we do there's a change in a shift many times in business in a relationships and that creates more freedom, right? So I want you to start to link accountability with freedom, right if you need to grab a piece of paper and a pen because I want you to start to look for accountability not avoid it right. We all have places that we are right and we all have places that we want to be. So Jerome going on the left Circle drawn where you are, right and on the right drawer where you want to be and actually do this exercise right and holding you accountable right now as much as I can on this podcast, right, you know going out. She grabbed a piece of paper and on the left Circle right where you are in this may be in a relationship right? You might say I'm in a relationship. This sucks right now. And then on the right, you would draw the circle. It's like for example the relationship that you want to be in. Okay doesn't mean you have to relieve the current relationship by the way. Okay. Now another part the circle might be well, this is how much I'm making a month and then the right one. This is how much I want to be making a month right on the left one. You might be like, well, I have an anxiety a lot on the right one. You would be writing. I want to be relaxed in my body right if you when you start to do this. And you actually start to see it versus continuing to think it's just going to go away tomorrow. Then you can actually see the amount of accountability that you're going to need and you know. Did the Peace around thinking that it's all going to change tomorrow is a bit of an illusion. You want to get really honest with yourself right now off and start to really think about the things that you're not following through on and the long-term impact because meet people do this for years and I I used to have this type of behavior, which was I would let things continue and continue and continue and this can pass for three months six months a year two years and what we need to understand is that with accountability with someone that knows where you need to go and how to get there. What you're doing is you're short cutting your own success and therefore obtained. Because I can tell you now that a big reason why you may be in continuous pain is because you know that you need to take a specific action, but you're not take off and therefore it's not being complete. And therefore because it's not complete and you're not moving forward you get more and more frustrated and irritated right will be narrowed done it the other thing too, which is is if we get cut off T because a big challenge in our lives is a okay. I want to be here. I don't know how to get there. I don't know the steps right home and once you know how to get somewhere you have the steps. Then you have to have the brutally on this conversation with yourself where you say, I know that without accountability. I'm not actually going to get there or if I am going to get there. It's going to take me like three to five years right so find people know how to get you where you want to get and then get them to hold you accountable. Right. Now people can get really fluffy with accountability. Right which is go do it and then you know, the person doesn't follow through and you're like, okay, you need to be very conscious to find the type of energy for you where you know, that that person is going to hold your ass to the fire and there's going to be consequence if you don't do it and so you kind of need to feel that oh shit. Does that make sense? Because if you're not feeling that and you just let her whatever then you still not going to take action and so you may lose. And I don't want that for you. I want you to grow I have a desire for you to be the best that you can be. I'm sure as much as you as you do. Okay, so wherever you are right now really start to think about this topic of accountability. Do you wiggle yourself out? Has it been a subconscious pattern of for you. Are you afraid of Confrontation wage? Do you think that this thing that is currently going on in your life is just going to go away. Do you need to actually stay focused and do you need for someone to bring attention to your blind spots? Because it's those blind spots that really, you know, pulling down versus when you're aware of them allowing you to be a catapult to that next level of Happiness to that next level of performance to that new business to that next level of business that you're in to a reconnection with family to a reconnection to yourself. You see the topic of accountability needs to be really thought about we need to identify why we don't and we why we pushed away the true impact of if we are actually held accountable to the things that we say we want. But we need to watch the first get committed to so from the things on the left of your circles and in the things of your right you really ought to need to think about actually what you're committed to not what you say that you're committed to what are you actually committed to because that is the type of conversation that I'd be having with you if you're a client have an amazing weekend and I will see you on the next episode. Thank you for listening to this episode. Please hit the Subscribe button to make sure that you don't miss out on another show. And if you want to do a deep dive off into becoming even more unshakable so you can reach super high performance. I just put together a brand new training that you can get instant access to buy heading to Simon loves. Com slash unshakable. I will see that and I'll see you on another episode. Take it easy.

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The Presentation of the Lord - Encountering

Catholic Musings

04:57 min | 1 year ago

The Presentation of the Lord - Encountering

"Catholic musings Catholic gasoline easing welcome to Catholic musings for the Feast of the presentation of the Lord Year. This Sunday are reading from the gospel of Luke recalls the time when Marion Alien Joseph brought the Child Jesus to the temple in Jerusalem and presented him to the Lord as required by the law. It was there that they met a man called Simeon who praised God. In words. We know today as the knock dominicus Simeon declared that John Jesus he had seen the hope of all nations untold. Mary that her son would be a sign. which would be rejected by many Simeon encountered Jesus and recognized him as the savior but he was not the only person we hear off in the Bible who encountered Jesus the May Gye encounter the Lord and fell to their knees as they presented their precious gifts of gold frankencense and Myrrh Syrian encountered him and was told that his six servant would be healed a Samaritan woman by a well encounter Jesus And recognized him as the Messiah a rich young man encounter Jesus and Jesus told the young man to give away all he owned to follow him but that man had much wealth and instead stabbed he went away. Sad pontius pilot encounter Jesus after the arrest but he could find no fault Bolton him. The penitent thief encountered Jesus as he hung upon a cross. He received an assurance that he would join Jesus in paradise. These are just a few of the many people we read need off in the scriptures who experienced the presence of Jesus as an idea of something of their response wants to that encounter from the time of the birth of Jesus those who would come into contact with him mm would find their lives changed or challenged they would leave him with hearts full or heavy depending upon the response they would make to his call to follow me. The death and Resurrection Shen of Jesus would not end these encounters instead it would make it possible for all people to experience Christ through the working of the Holy Spirit the message of Christmas which we celebrated forty two days ago is a message of how God came to us in the form of child of Bethlehem Bart and this is important but the message of Christmas is also a message of how God comes to us day by day in encounters Small and large encounters. which can be both comforting or confronting in the events of our daily lives? May We find the time to reflect on the moments where we encounter God where we encounter the love of Christ and may we like Simeon in the temple. Just give thanks to God for what we have experienced. Thank you for joining me. Jude Savior. Today you can find all of our Sunday meditations as well as our rosary and stations of the Cross podcasts at our website Catholic musings dot org that website is and will always be free but it does cost us to produce in keep going if you would like to support our witness you can also find a button on the home page of our website to our Patriot link. Where for as little as a dollar you can support the work and Ministry of Catholic musings?

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Latanoprost Pharmacology

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

12:06 min | 1 year ago

Latanoprost Pharmacology

"Hey welcome back to the real life pharmacology. Podcast I'm your host their Christianson Pharm d and thank you so much for listening and taking the time out of your day. Today I'm going to cover Tanna processed which is an eye drop used in the management of Glaucoma. The brand name of this medication is Xylitol and it is definitely used very frequently in clinical practice for sure so Latina Process the easiest way. I remember the mechanism of action. Because there's lots of eyedrops for Glaucoma is to look at the ending of that. Generic name so the processed in is indicative of a prostate gland in Analog okay so what Those prostate glands do and particularly prostate gland and F. Two helps to lower intraocular pressure and it does this by basically stimulating Floor outflow of the acquiesce humor within the I. Now the humor that simply Simply put as just the fluid within the eye and as that outflow becomes blocked or there's other physiological effects that that prevent movement of that fluid that pressure can build up and ultimately that pressure can lead to damage in the eye which is obviously a a resultant factor and flows into Causing Glaucoma if we're we're causing that damage so by giving that Prostaglandin analogue that's GONNA help kick that fluid out of the I help that flow and ultimately help lower pressures. That's the goal of the medication there. Now there are a couple of really important patient education pearls that I wanNA discuss Some mistakes that I've seen in my clinical practice Without a doubt so first one is storage K. So once the medication is removed from the fridge. It is okay at room temp for six weeks. Guess that's forty two days important to remember that patients Forget that they leave it out on the counter Yeah definitely have run into that. So generally when it's on opened not being used yet Have patients keep it in the fridge? If they're going to put it into use and they're GONNA leave it out. They're going to bring with them. You know wherever they're going Keeping it out of the fridge Six weeks is the maximum recommended Expiration they're so very very important to remember that have also seen that issue. Come up In Medication AIDS Tm as a nurse who are administering these medications to Their patients maybe their caregivers or something like that and Yeah they forget to market when that bottle came out of the fridge and when it's going to expire so very very important to remember that I encourage patients and their caregivers. Obviously to mark the date of when that medication is going to expire. Once you've pulled it from the fridge are at the other important Patient Administration Pearl Patient. Mistake that I've definitely seen is administration of eyedrops Particularly with the timing I've always kind of typically remembered five to ten minutes between different eyedrops. I think that's a good Rule OF THUMB TO ENSURE THAT. We're getting The activity of one drug going and getting that drug in the I Obviously Longer than that. Not going to be an issue but shorter than that where you're giving him thirty seconds apart or a minute apart We definitely run the risk of washing that drug out any sensually making it not effective if we put too much fluid into the eye and duluth that drug so important to remember that with timing generally five to ten minutes apart with a different eyedrops their one other mistake of seeing in patients administering eyedrops in general Avoid that tip touching the I K That can get gross infected. You know what whatever the case may be there so I have seen that mistake with patients as well. So let's talk about side effects a little bit with Tanna prostate. It's an eye drop pretty straight forward. What the majority of side effects are going to be any type of redness irritation pain From the actual I drop within the I By and large is the most common adverse effect I've seen out there in in clinical practice. Now there are a couple of unique ones with Latina prostate and prostate gland. Analogs in general. So I wanna I WANNA mention. We've got to remember Iris Discoloration. So that's really going to bother a patient That could be problematic. So patients with maybe lighter color Irs So maybe a blue or green something like that. The medication over time could start to turn that. I more to a brownish color. Hey so that's very important to remember might be very disturbing to patients It's typically just going to be superficial not gonNA cause any issues with function of the I But for some patients that They really liked their eye. Color that type of thing. That could be very very Bothersome and concerning for him. So it's important to definitely remember that one One other kind of unique adverse effect which In some situations may be a good thing is. Prostaglandins can promote the growth of eyelashes. And so that's kind of a unique one for sure and females particularly Might not like your excuse. Me might like that adverse effect so Yeah a couple of unique ones. Generally both of those Both the Irish discoloration and the kind of extending eyelashes those are going to be longer term. you're not gonNA notice it the next day for example typically so Just keep that in mind. That patient might not see that right away as far as monitoring parameters as a pharmacist. I don't really monitor anything with these medications. They're going to typically be followed by Doctor Monitoring Intraocular pressure and obviously any type of damage worsening vision. That may happen on account of The progression of an Open Angle Glaucoma. So let's take a quick break and then we'll follow up with drug interactions. If you enjoy the podcast definitely go support our sponsor met at one dot com slash store. Sdr Eve we've got a growing list of resources For All different types of healthcare professionals from nurses pharmacists to prescribers like nurse. Practitioners and MED students Definitely go check out those resources. Books on Clinical Pearls Latest Book on Drug Interactions. And Obviously Those Pharmacists Board certification study materials as well so BCP SBC GP Nap LEX MT M Ambulatory Care. Those certification exams definitely go. Check those out Support the sponsor and get some great content along the way so finishing up on drug interactions with a topical agent. That's used in the I. Typically drug interactions aren't going to be too problematic first and foremost I. I want to stress that again. With educating patients. Many patients are on numerous Glaucoma agents. And if they take them too close together. We're GONNA wash that out so in a sense that's kind of a drug interaction but maybe not necessarily do drug But due to the vehicle that the drugs in And then as far as other Drug Interactions. I think about meds that can exacerbate intraocular pressure and or Glaucoma so first one that I think of And probably the most common one that I've seen come up on pharmacology exams and things like that are corticosteroids. So those can increase that. Intraocular pressure Ends heads are another one. I I kind of think of that. Have the potential To RAISE BLOOD PRESSURE. Which could also maybe extend to raising that pressure in Open Angle Glaucoma as well. There now you will see Anti urges come up in Glaucoma and that the increase the risk and that risk generally tends to be a little bit more associated with the closed angle glaucoma which is much more serious acute type situation and then a patient. That's being managed For Open Angle Glaucoma but any drug with anti cholinergic activity could impact More so that risk for closed Angle Glaucoma. If you see an acute situation of that issue so hopefully that gives you some good clinical practice. Pearls definitely go to real life. Pharmacology DOT COM Pickup that free thirty one page. Pdf on the top two hundred drugs a great resource for anybody going through pharmacology I I lay out the most important clinical practice pearls from the top two hundred drugs which also tend to be very highly tested. Pearls on those drugs as well so Go Snag that resource for free. If you enjoyed the podcast today Leave us a rating review on itunes. Or wherever you're listening Those reviews are greatly appreciated allows us to get our educational message Out there even more By sharing those ratings reviews definitely feel free to email a link. Real-life ARMOR ECOLOGY DOT COM to a friend Colleague coworker fellow student And help share in pharmacology education. There's a huge gap. That is absolutely for sure. GonNa Track me down. You can find me at Lincoln. Air Christianson Pharm d be CPS GP You can also find me at rely. Pharmacology DOT COM. Shoot me an email there or one dot com as well and hit the contact button. Those emails should get to me. I do my best to try to respond to everything. So if you haven't heard from me within probably three to five days Definitely don't hesitate to shoot me another email. I might have missed it. Might went to junk Who knows what happened but I. I definitely do try to respond to all the emails that I get. So I'M GONNA sign off for today. Thanks so much for listening Take care have a great rest of your day.

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Uganda Closes Schools As Covid-19  Cases Rise

Newscast - Africa

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Uganda Closes Schools As Covid-19 Cases Rise

"You're listening to the news. And after business radio uganda's president yoweri musseveni has shut down schools and suspended. Public catherine's as a country is a such infections in the second covid. Nineteen wave public transport between district will be banned starting thursday to allow students in schools to return home by cinemas and theatres of all been closed. The suspension of schools on gatherings takes effect from monday. And we'll be in place for forty. Two days verizon. Coronavirus cases was reported two weeks ago officials of lockdown to prevent health facilities from being overwhelmed. That's was the knees. Are this time. In africa business radio you can continue to listen live online at. Www dot africa business radio dot com of our mobile app. I am chicken on so more. The thank you for listening.

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Uganda Closes Schools As Covid-19  Cases Rise

Newscast - Africa

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Uganda Closes Schools As Covid-19 Cases Rise

"You're listening to the news. And after business radio uganda's president yoweri musseveni has shut down schools and suspended. Public catherine's as a country is a such infections in the second covid. Nineteen wave public transport between district will be banned. Starting thursday to allow students in schools to return home by cinemas and theatres have also been closed the suspension of schools and gatherings takes effect from monday. And we'll be in place for forty. Two days verizon. Coronavirus cases was reported two weeks ago officials of lockdown to prevent health facilities from being overwhelmed. That's was the knees. Are this time. In africa business radio you can continue to listen live online at. Www dot africa business radio dot com of our mobile app. I am chicken on so more and thank you for listening.

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CNN 5 Things July 21, 2021  1200 ET

CNN 5 Things

03:43 min | 3 months ago

CNN 5 Things July 21, 2021 1200 ET

"Afternoon here are the five things you need to know for wednesday july twenty first life expectancy in the us us fell by more than a year. Twenty twenty mainly because of deaths caused by covert nineteen the cdc's national center for health. Statistics says american life expectancy at birth declined from seventy eight point. Eight years to seventy seven point three years in twenty twenty blaming the majority of the decline on covert related deaths. The data comes a cdc director also says the more transmissible delta variant now makes up eighty three percent of sequenced samples in the us yet. Cdc data shows vaccination rates have stalled with less than half of the us population being fully vaccinated the senate votes this afternoon to start debate on a one point. Two trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure. Bill republicans are expected to block the vote. in june. Both parties agreed to spend five hundred seventy nine billion dollars to build roads bridges railroads airports and more but now republicans want more time to negotiate with democrats on how the bill will be paid for and allocated senator mitt romney. One of the republican negotiators said they could work out the remaining concerned quote at the end of the week but senate majority leader. Chuck schumer defended his decision to hold. Today's vote pointing out. The bipartisan group has spent more than a month negotiating. Three distributors have reached a one point. One billion dollar settlement with new york state and a massive lawsuit sparked by the opioid epidemic mckesson cardinal and amir source. Bergen were sued by new york state in twenty nineteen as part of a sweeping lawsuit against a long list of drug companies. Negotiations remain ongoing with other companies for global settlement. The three distributors have also agreed to monitor their opioid shipments with a third party independent watchdog. Going forward the money will be paid out over the course of the next seventeen years with the first payment coming in september around one hundred kidnapped women and children were rescued in nigeria. On monday individuals were abducted in early. June by gunman known locally as bandits according to police authorities in nigeria's northwestern zamfara state zamfara police told cnn that most of the victims held captive for the forty. Two days were nursing mothers their released was unconditional and no ransom was paid by the state zamfara and other neighboring northwestern states have witnessed several mass kidnappings this year. Hundreds of school children have been abducted and released. I ransom seeking criminal gangs but many state governments deny paying ransom to kidnappers. Broadway is finally coming back after closing because of the pandemic and seven new place coming. This fall are written by black writers. Although notable productions written by lorraine hanbury berry august wilson and langston hughes have succeeded on stage. Broadway has historically an overwhelmingly dominated by white voices this lineup of black playwrights marks a significant moment in history one that comes amid an ongoing racial reckoning in america. That's all for your cnn. Five things afternoon edition for more on these stories and the latest news you can always visit. Cnn dot com.

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7am Newscast

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

03:17 min | 3 months ago

7am Newscast

"Evan in houston. I met harold. A local vaccine. Expert is predicting cove nineteen cases and hospitalizations are going to continue to climb around greater houston unless more people get vaccinated quickly there are now one thousand one hundred and forty eight cova patients being treated in general hospital beds around harris county according to state data. That's a one hundred patient jump since friday. Dr peter hotels at the baylor college of medicine says the level of transmission in houston is very high right now. It's like setting off a forest fire canary in an area of drought for a long time. And and that's unfortunately what's happening now across the south hotels speaking with k. h. o. u. Over the weekend. They're beginning today. The houston health department is giving away twenty five dollar gift cards to encourage vaccinations. They will be awarded to anyone who gets their second dose of the vaccine within forty two days of their first dose at a houston health department health center or the multi service center clinic. There are just under two thousand gift cards up for grabs now as the new school year starts later this month. Public health experts are thinking about how the virus will impact the return to in person. Classes are health reporter. Sara willa ernst says new state data takes a look into just how vulnerable school age children can be against. The delta vary over the past ten months researchers at ut health and the department of state health services have tried to find out how many texans had cove in nineteen infections. And how long these. Antibodies last the latest data from the texas care survey shows of six hundred kids grades k. Through twelve one third of them had antibodies from a previous infection. A rate that's five to fifteen percent higher than adults. Dr eric bore winkle is one of the researchers he says children who are eligible should get vaccinated before the new school year and stick to wearing masks but for all individuals An all children when they head back to school to really think hard about universal wearing of masks in when you're indoors and have that as a consistent strategy governor abbot issued an executive order last week reinforcing his ban on local municipalities and school districts requiring masks as positive cases surge again. I'm sarah will ernst in houston harris. County says they're using just over three million dollars out of this year's budget towards boosting the county's broadband services. Our own chevron herndon tells us the money is needed to help parents without internet as students gear up for back to school. here's county. Officials say more funding is needed so more students can have wifi access from home. According to reports twenty five percent of houston area students are without internet. The funding will help more than twenty thousand students. Connect to the internet from home. Plus there will be more than one hundred public wifi locations throughout the county. That's chevonne heard reporting. Half of the funding will come from the cares act and the other half from the county general funds sixty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms today. We could hit a high of ninety five later but with the humidity or in for another hundred degree day. Probably i met harrop news. Eighty eight seven support for. Npr comes from npr stations. Other contributors include i-drive with remote pc providing.

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News in Brief 7 September 2021

UN News

03:10 min | Last month

News in Brief 7 September 2021

"This is the news in brief of from the united nations. Ongoing uncertainty about the situation in afghanistan has left people in a dire position with basic services collapsing. un humanitarian wound on tuesday head of a major fundraising conference for the country in geneva on the thirteenth of september the food and agriculture organization warned that one in three afghans is acutely food insecure. Echoing that message. The un humanitarian coordination office archer warned that basic services in afghanistan a- collapsing and food and other lifesaving aid is about to run out action to help ordinary. Afghans must be taken now ahead of the fast approaching. Winter wheat season said fao director of the office of emergencies and resilience rain polls in for the end of september. We need to make sure that's planting. Starting there's a. There's a very short window of time to be able to address that at the seeds conway the famous conway. We need to do everything we can to ensure that those vulnerable households are supported according t the fao. Afghanistan faces a twenty five percent deficit on the national wheat crop. This year to ethiopia now where conflict in the north has spilled beyond tigray raising fresh concerns among humanitarian at forty. Little aid is reaching those who need it desperately in a fresh warning on tuesday. The world food program announced that it started to deliver emergency relief food assistance to foreign amara regions. That border tigray. Un agency plans to reach five hundred thirty thousand people in a far and two hundred and fifty thousand in amara but a total of six point. Nine million people need help said spokesperson thompson theory. This is a crisis that needs hundred trucks payday. Hundred trucks daily. Always been able to do in. Almost three months is three hundred and thirty five delivering. More help is dependent on greater access and funding the w. f. spokesperson said adding that four hundred and twenty. Six million dollars is needed. For twelve million people across ethiopia for the rest of year. Two in three refugee children might never have the chance at secondary education. The un refugee agency warned on tuesday before urging action to confront critically low levels of school and university enrollment among displaced youngsters recent progresses under owing to the curve in nineteen crisis said unhcr chief filippo grandi who described the challenges their task we can afford to shirk citing education data from forty countries. Unhcr said that only one in three refugee children enrolled in secondary school in the one thousand nine thousand nine to twenty twenty academic year. That's less than half the rate at primary school level and this crisis is caused by the intense precious. That refugee teenagers can face to drop out of school and support their families. The corona virus pandemic has made matters worse. Unhcr said causing refugee learners to lose an average of one hundred and forty two days of lessons up to march this year linked to classroom closures. The good news is that higher education enrollment is now at five percents two percent increase. Katie dartford un news.

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288. Guten Morgen desde Madrid - El podcast de la embajada alemana | #LunesPodcastero

Al otro lado del micrófono

06:07 min | 10 months ago

288. Guten Morgen desde Madrid - El podcast de la embajada alemana | #LunesPodcastero

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Slave Engagement Photos

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:03 min | 3 months ago

Slave Engagement Photos

"This year let's not say we're going back to school work in our social lives. Let's embrace the lessons of this past year and move forward instead. Calls has just what you need to do it. In style for kids there's active wear and backpacks from the top brands like nike adidas under armor. And more and grown-ups there are beauty must have and stylish accessories to help you move forward to your new normal so go ahead find it all at kohl's or kohls dot com today. I'm robert conti chief of the metropolitan police department. And i need your help. Dangerous driving on dc streets has risen dramatically resulting in tragic fatalities together. We can reverse this trend so join me our commitment to adopt safe driving. Behaviours in the district never spe- drive impaired or drive distracted too much at stake to be careless behind the wheel in our officers are committed to a safer community. And you should too please help us by ending all dangerous driving behaviors. This story right here guys. An interracial couples slave master themed engagement photos are making their rounds across the internet and social media. Now just have you seen these. Have you seen those in one picture. A black man. You've seen it. Steve and one picture. A black man appears to be dressed in slave clothing as he hovers over to plant a kiss on his white wife. Who's wearing a pre civil war style dress. He burlap oh in a few of the slave like photos. It looks like the couple is standing on a sugar plantation where the black groom is pictured shackled in chains. Okay i mean this is just so bizarre so strange we we don't now. They tried to create a story line for the photo. Shoot which is of course. Insensitive aunt both of those things. They added this caption. Eighteen forty two days passed and everything changed. Our love got stronger and stronger. He was no longer a slave. He was part of the family. That you know what it is supposed to make those pictures better to me to me. It's the same process. It's been again with that company. They'll put out races pitches in the nail apologize from so not getting depressed with talking about it and then they'll probably apologize later on so it's out the budget thing at at what cost. It's it's a testament to the ignorance of both of them. It's ignorant on her part to want to even portray her potential husband. That way is ignorant all her part. But i'm more disappointed. Help i got her coming from her. Forefathers with slave on this i got it but chose were slaves and to make light of it like you fallen in love with the slave master. Are you kidding me man. The the the the thinking of yo stupid as to willard hall this white woman your mask and there for her to be okay with hawley. Her black gasman her slave. Both sick ass families. And i will tell you one other thing. I bet you both day families was going on a crazy. Have they lost a rabid ass mind. No one stopped that were posted steed. They were saying they were even mad at the cameraman for taking these pictures us cameraman. Why don't we just go ahead and make him a slave for six today. Let let's go on. Put him through the course put him through it. Put him through. What got ass all of that. Let's put him through it since he thinks he wants to. Be a sleigh. let's go is so be on the ram of even undestanding the atrocity of what that really was greatest atrocity against mankind for four hundred years. This and the holocaust would a two greatest atrocities of guest all of mankind. Nothing compared to these two things here. Nothing that's true but the amount of time that we were slaves this country right here with this constitution radio. Then miss me stupid. Black is thought this was good to do per km. You proclaim yolo for the mast man. I love him. He was part of the family. What i mean. Make this make sense why they did it first of all. He did it because he has no right or sense of self or dignity. Let's start pills dignity if he hasn't none of that. His identity is wrapped up in whiteness. His it of whiteness that he was a slave and this master would take him in. That's his whole idea. This whole thing is his black asphalt. I met white girl black stupid all right. Listen coming up next week. We're moving on. It's getting tense up in here. We're moving on coming up phone call right after this. You're listening to morning show. I'm robert conti chief of the metropolitan police department. And i need your help. Dangerous driving on dc streets has risen dramatically resulting in tragic fatalities together. We can reverse this trend so join me our commitment to adopt safe driving. Behaviours in the district never spe- drive impaired or drive distracted too much at stake to be careless behind the wheel in our officers are committed to a safer community. And you should too. Please help us by ending all dangerous driving behaviors. Beware the monster. You're running from mike. 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No Foolin

Living the Freedom Life

05:43 min | 7 months ago

No Foolin

"Well happy calendar day you know. Today's usually called april fools day april first but are you aware of how this day of expected trickery began. It's really all about the calendar. We'll talk about it in just a moment. You're listening to living the freedom live podcast episode number ninety. No fool there was something wrong with the calendar booth. Something terribly wrong. We're talking about much more than just our recent debates on daylight saving time back in forty six bc for the younger historians. That would be a uc seven. Oh eight yet. Another way to keep track of time but back then. The greeks were experts at calculating and charting. They have devised the julian calendar of which we would be celebrating new year's day. Today you see. There was quite a bit of confusion about the calendar whether it was four hundred and forty two days in a year. Three hundred and fifty five or was it. Three hundred and seventy eight. Oh then there were days added on something called irregular years. And well as you can see. There was a lot more to be worried about. Then if your birthday fell on february twenty-ninth they were at and subtracting as to the calendar. No wonder we really don't know much about history. The calculations were off ever so slightly but enough to where we couldn't determine when things happened in history when to celebrate when do expect a plant and therefore window expect a harvest fast forward to the year. Fifteen eighty two. Yes still a long time ago so long. In fact that we needed a calendar reformation france was leading the charge for change then pope gregory the thirteenth commission the gregorian calendar and made it official the council of trent and fifteen sixty three said. This is the way we're going folks. Now stay with me on this. But news didn't exactly travel fast back then people who were slow to get the news or failed to recognize that the start of the year had moved from april to january first while they were marked as fools and people would make fun of them. And it's the beginning of what we now know. As a particular day for fools you see the first pranks including having a paper fish placed on their backs and being referred to as pulse on deville which means april fish. it's meant to symbolize a young easily. Hooked fish like a gullible person. It's still a tradition in france. And now you can see why. The rest of the world celebrates this day of tricks and pranks april fools day quickly spread all throughout europe. It became a two day event. even today. there are a lot of people who get excited about pulling pranks on others. Some can get out of hand now. I'm all for a good harmless joke. Occasionally but it usually doesn't stop there think about it. This started because someone didn't know something or they didn't want to comply with this big new change. I mean a calendar effects everything. We're not talking about a disease or a virus whether or not you have a shot or would you like to wear a mask or not or even what terminal is going on today. But what i am saying is that sometimes. It's easy to look down on someone because they don't have the same information than you. Sometimes it's easy to think someone's foolish that they don't comply with certain changes. Sometimes it's easy to show. How have a better protection better information or that. How i think. I'm right but when it comes down to i see something very wrong today. Something terribly wrong. And it needs to be fundamentally changed and it's as drastic as changing the calendar. It's not as important for me to be right as it is for me to do what is right. I'll say that again. It's not as important for me to be right as it is for me to do. What is right if me doing what is right is to let someone be wrong and so be it. I may be standing in the way for a life lesson for that person. And i may not be the one who's chosen to help them along the way to find it just because i have the understanding doesn't mean i'm the one to share it. Sometimes that understanding is just a gift for me. The point is this today on a day. That's hinting on being mean-spirited choose wisely. You don't have to go down that road until next time living the freed of life this.

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Timing is Everything: The What, When, and How of 2020 Training

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

43:22 min | 2 years ago

Timing is Everything: The What, When, and How of 2020 Training

"The way I look at it this is three three parts. There's a half life on your base training like you know getting that see tail up to ninety. There's a half-life of your weight training inning and then there's a half life on your interval training in so how do you structure all three of those to come together to have. The greatest is benefit on your race day with the least amount. So the half-life has degraded the least welcome to the fast cat. PODCAST CAST. I'm your host Frank. Overton some comedy. The big cat and I am Jackson loan today today. We are talking about timing timing as it relates to your training what to do and win and how much of for twenty twenty. We're going to go over the half-life of training the goldilocks principle forty two day time constant and training peaks in my favorite. The Shit. That will kill them. We're going to talk about the half-life of weightlifting share with you a coach's a antidote for are y athletes peak more and better on their first peak of the season. They do on their second. We're going to tell you that the group ride hero and we're going to finish up with some examples bowls of timing and how to plan your season and to do how much and what in win. Cool great timing great timing thank you for thank you all for tuning in and timing it right. Yeah I just got back from the training. Peaks Endurance Coaches Summit. And it can be you know. He was here in Boulder Colorado but there were coaches from all over the the world and we saw some great presentations from doctors say see Sims author of the Book Roar and Outside magazine An all-star Contributor Dr Alex Hutchinson in talked about the curiously elastic limits of endurance Shattered his fifteen hundred meter. Four minute sub. Four minute experience in really nice multi disciplinary Presentation on endurance not just running but as could relate to cycling Tom trawling so forth and we also heard from Christie Christie. A Shawn Deehan. She wrote the book good to go which we have reference on the podcast before about recovery. And it's a really good read her. Bs meter is very high. That's why like her and I can give you something that we've I'll share with you what we've shared heard with you. All before she confirmed sleep is the best. Recovery Tool sleep is king. That's right so if you're not getting eight hours of sleep and and you're worried about you know whether what's an example You know whether you're doing sweet spot or tempo training or whoop has you at forty four percent or ninety and you're on six hours asleep. Don't worry about that. Concentrate on getting eight hours asleep. Yeah what was the podcast. We talked about with the hierarchy of needs with recovery or the flow chart like make sure like I order business first priority sleep and then moved to the woop and then that recovery boots and then you know asleep ring and what all these things. It's like. Yeah Yeah what podcasts. was that maybe it was podcast. I think it was yeah. I'll go back and listen to that. Everyone go back and listen to episode whatever is when we talked about recovery. Okay so review of the week are both come from our cyclocross training plans. Of course both five stars Jackson you want to read the first one. Sure this comes from Derek. Says I can't say enough good things about this plan. It gives you everything you need to get into great. It's like Lacrosse shape. The end of the plan has the bike. Workouts swells running strength and flexibility work. You need to be at your best for cross a really noticed. Big improvements in my numbers during training and PAT great results in my first to cross races this year so far. Just stick to the plan and you will see noticeable results F. T. F. P. Derek. Thanks for your review view. The second review comes from mark. He gives our cycle cross training plan and a plus says. I've been coached by coach for the past this decade but this year when it alone I got this plan as it crossed. Season Approach was not disappointed. This plan is about more than just intervals and takes an integrated approach to making you with better athlete with strength. Training Yoga and mobility work. The cycling part is very good with intervals that are tailored perfectly to the demands of cyclocross after two disappointing supporting racing seasons. This plan helped me get back to the level. I was before definitely recommend. Thank you mark so for all you listeners. Out there if you use news twenty-five podcast at checkout you can try these plans for yourself. They'll give you a twenty five percent discount. Six weeks forty nine dollars actually actually thirty six seventy five with discount free premium training peaks sixty days yoga glow and hundred percent money-back guarantee and most importantly peace of mind and just confidence going into your races. which we'll talk about that a lot of what we referenced in in in our podcast? Our user inspired their questions that come from the athletes that buyer plans and they're trying to follow him as best as they can. I and ask those questions and they so we podcast out doing so basically training better and performing all right. So Oh half-life remember half-life from chemistry class do I remember doing all sorts of calculations on half life of a aw carbon isotopes and that's right. Yeah it's it's very nerdy subject radio-activity Noble there is such a thing as a half-life of endurance terrence training and you train and you get faster but if you stop training you get slower what we're talking about is the half-life of endurance training At at its core when you train you stimulate various adaptations in your body. One example is you know you stimulate the production Shen of enzymes that control for certain reactions that go into making you faster like myocardial density like when you train Dan you stimulate the increase of minute Andrea in your type one type two a muscle fibers and when you stop training the amount of protein that your body produces to catalyze those reactions decrease is thus your mind Qendra density will decrease and then you'll you'll be like oh I feel slower now so that's why we're talking about with half life as it relates to training. It's the time the training benefit it takes to decrease by half in other words. If you do not ride in forty two days you'll be half as fast in you. All may be wondering forty two days. Where'd you get that? Well in the shit that will kill them the. PM See Chart and training peaks the chronic training load the time constant is forty two days and before this podcast went live. I did a literature search and I really taken it it for granted where that forty two days came from Dr Andy Coggin research that and I need to go back and find the the references. I'll share those with you in the in the show notes but forty two days if you have a CTO for example of one hundred and you do not ride for forty two days you see. Tail will fall to fifty. It will fall in half. And that's the time constant in training peaks of your performance. Manager is your chart we do not recommend changing that halfway. That's pretty set in stone from talking with Andy It's very well while support. I I suppose you could find instances in the scientific literature where it's you know maybe three weeks or four weeks or or even longer but suffice it to say the it's a robust model and forty two days is a good time constant so to get into the math without going too far into the weeds of chronic training load. It's calculated on exponentially weighted average of the last forty two days of your training and so what exponentially weighted means is the workout. You did two weeks ago are going to have more impact on your performance in the workout that she did six weeks ago so the the the time constant ways and the CTO is waded on what you've done most most recently and so then that gets us back to timing and so like if you've done a training camp six weeks ago it's not as valuable is like when you do a training camp. Two weeks ago you'll still be flying way more from training camp two weeks ago than than six weeks ago so so much training is timing and that balance between training and resting and bracing because yeah it's it's a little bit of a balancing act because I mean as we all know with breath I mean even the guys in the pro races. It's like they have to really be careful about what races they target. That's why doing the you know. Let's say the Giro tour double is like borderline impossible because it's just so hard to like keep the form up during that you know that that long period Mhm Right you could this. We'll talk about this. We'll talk about your first season peak in your second season peak. It's darn near impossible to peak for the zero him. The tour like there's just not enough time in between the two and a host of other factors so so a lot of what you do in your training will will come down to the timing of it and so like you could do Tabas Envio. Twos you know ten weeks before you're a race but the benefit if it of those intervals are going to they're going to slowly fade as you get closer to your race in further away from when you did them and this is why this is why you do intervals regularly throughout the season. This is why you just don't do a bunch of training and then stop and then expect to be as fast you have to maintain those training benefits and that's one of the things you do. Maybe unknowingly with your C. T. L. in your training low. You maintain a training most most we. This is what we podcast about before with our masters CTL podcasts. We talked about masters you know they can like peak out got it like ninety. CTO BUT THEY WANNA carry a training low to seventy five to eighty five in the in the season. And so you don't want to like get up to like like ninety eighty or one hundred in the need to take take a break. That's that's that's going to get into the the group ride hero. So what are we talking talking about. So holding training load is is tough to do and so you can train a bunch here now in the fall but you have nowhere to go right so if you get up to A sale of ninety S-. Let's say that takes At ten hours a week with the ramp rate of four. You can get up to. That will take you ten weeks so in October. Gosh that's like you're up to your training load peak in January. That's when a lot of people start training and so there's no you cannot go up. Your body is to physically tired. You'll be forced to rest and then from taking the rest then your body is like hey we're on form and then that's the group Ride Hero Syndrome and I think we all may have been there and or at least someone that was that guy on the group Brad that smashing at all but then they're really slow in the race season season starts. Yeah so you don't WanNa do that win. This goes back to when you start your bill and the so you don't WanNa to start too soon. In which is possible. You don't not. This is called peaking too early. And so you gotTa when you plan out your season which is relevant to right right now. We're essentially at October first. And most people have taken their break They've thought about their goals. Everyone is ramp amped up their charge. They're ready to go. But but before you do it's like let's look at this from the ten thousand foot level and actually plan it out in figure out what to do and win so you're so you're not a group ride hero so you can maximize everything to come together on on on your eight race and so when we when we talk about the half-life of your training there's the half-life there's the way I look at it as three three parts there's a half life on your base training like you know getting that see tail up to ninety. There's a half-life of your weight training and then there's a the half-life on your injured training in so how do you structure all three of those to come together to have the greatest benefit on your race. Stay with the least amount you know. So the half-life has degraded the least and there's A. There's a right way to do it the wrong way. And then there's there's like the non optimal way in this goes back to a lot of athletes when they review their season and they look back on what they did in year one and year two for example all they use that information to tweak the art of timing those three phases of their training To apply for future years by some sure. Everyone's a little bit different. I mean that's why I like. I think this experience comes into play so much. You know these high level bike racers whether they're in the world tours amateurs or whatever they they built this foundation over time of their own experience of how they they respond to peaking at certain times or building at certain times or doing different things in so just experiences huge. And that's where I think this idea idea of The goldilocks principle comes in where it's like you know. What is it like? The Porridge is too hot or too cold. Just right right just right. You're kind of like moving moving the needle back and forth between these two things and sort of experimenting trying different things I mean. It's what's that expression where you're like throwing spaghetti on the wall until it sticks kind of thing like you have to always be trying different things and experimenting You slowly start to constrain those those outer limits out of bounds of of doing too little or doing too much and then you you you you find that like sweet spot basically yeah To to really like tweak that or or to finalize allies that Pekar that build or whatever your you know your goal is practice right like I think the angel conundrum for the using broad tour athletes. Is You know the athletes that do the doffing toured a Swiss. And how was their form their relation to the tour. And you always hear your people are athletes. In Retrospect San Ause I came into the doffing the little hot and I filled the third week in the Alps and the tour or vice versa. I intentionally came into the Dolphin Porsche too cold. But then use their training load from the phen- to to be just right for the tour for example so wet in the world. Are we talking about. Let me just give you a couple of examples else. And let's just break it down into real world so say you are training for a race in mid March right so mid March twenty four weeks away if we work from October first. And it's like what are we. What are you GonNa do in those twenty four weeks? How are you gonNA roll together? Your base is your intervals your weight lifting so that they have the you know they. The half-lives degraded the least in so using your base is the probably like is the first example. Say you're see. Tail is fifty right now coming off of a postseason break in you know the ramp rate of four per week. It'll take you ten weeks to get to a sea tale of ninety and that's a really good base and that's something you can strive for. Of course that doesn't account for rest weeks or or getting getting sick or or anything like that even if you get up to a base of let's say eight hundred eight hundred ninety. That's a good target. That's a good base so allow ten ten weeks for that for example okay so he had twenty four weeks to prepare. We just utilize ten weeks at leaves fourteen weeks left. What are you going to do with that? And one of the things we're big advocates of is resistance training and it the half-life resistance restraining. It takes a while to actually benefit from and then therefore you need to carve out the time and we have found ten. Weeks is a really nice time to benefit from resistance training. But it's not so much that it cuts into the amount of time you have to build up a base if you look at the scientific literature resistance training forces the same physiological adaptations based training so do start off your off season season with the resistance training and then move onto based training and that that would call that those two halves would be off season training and then you still need to leave time for vert interval training and that's the third part of the goldilocks formula so to speak. So you've just carved out ten weeks for Resistance Training and and you've got ten weeks for Bay so you have four weeks left working backward so then you're gonNA do your interval training and using the half life you want to do your intervals as close close to your races as possible so us four weeks as close to the a race event and you'll be able to capitalize on the base training and on the resistance existence training. So that looks like it looks like this. So ten weeks resistance training ten weeks of base in four weeks of intervals to essentially target. You're you're a race in mid March twenty four weeks and within that the couple of things. There's there's a couple of different permutations say in your season review like what we were just talking. You have determined that you could benefit by having having a bigger base and you're already pretty good in the interval department so you could do twelve weeks of basin maybe only me two weeks of Intervals you could do. You could do all base gravel race where it really rewards a diesel and you need to be able to just sweet spot as much as you can for like five hours you may not do any ANAEROBIC. Work may not do any vio to work. You may just elect to say. Hey I'm just dude. Twelve fourteen weeks bass and just motor up is is hi Dr Sale up as high as they can before mid March. And that's that's the that's the art of timing and maximizing those half-lives yeah just to bring it back. I mean about a year ago. Oh I think around this time of year ago. We did it episode talking about how to choose your races like me. You know what how to plan your season I think again this is just to kind of zoom out a little bit because I feel like this could get a little confusing or like overwhelming. But that's kind of why we're doing this episode is to help you sort of like conceptualize how to plan your season start working backwards. Because I mean that's the key thing it's like if you're if you're if you're a target areas is in mid March say it's land run or something else an early season road race There is an art to working backwards to choosing your training. And your your sort of your plan an and so make sure that you know. I think the first step here is to look at the calendar. Choose what your ABC races are and then start start working backwards from there. Because then this this is I think a good way to look at Just so so. You're you're biting off. Not you're not biting off more than you can shoe. You're taking little bite sized chunks to address the season so that you don't get to Janury I and you're like what do I do and you just get overwhelmed right frank. That's the key and end so I think yeah I like I like to look at this kind of time of the year in in sort of like block exciting. That's really easy like a good way for the mind to sort of visualize it was like now until maybe January first is kind of off season. That's how I've always looked at it. You know back when I was racing more full-time have a little bit. More flexibility with the training but definitely be getting in the gym mm-hmm definitely continue to build a base but then once January first rolls around you're kind of start hitting it hard Yeah and then building. That's when you're driving your your seat tail and you know. We talked about not doing too much too soon. And when we're talking about a race race in twenty four weeks so that's you know that's October first wearing encouraging you to get started like now so what would happen if you don't WanNa start until November. I well what is going to happen there as you're probably GONNA be unable to build as big of a base or do do do less intervals and so what that means is then you still need to allow ten weeks for waits for example. You still need to do base. You still need to do intervals but because has your timeframe is less. Let's call ten weeks now. You have less time to train. So you're GONNA be able to get less fast. and which is okay. If if your goals or maybe lower or if that mid-march race is like a beer see race and you may have like a race later on. But if like amid mid-march in March race is your erase like if your gun in for Redlands Anything in California Texas Land Run one hundred I. I didn't get into the land. Run one hundred guys. I got up early and after I was not within the six minute. Sell out window so poops. Yes but I do braces. I did pay to get on the wait list. So hopefully fingers are crossed so I am going to begin my my resistance training it probably in November. I don't want to try to peek in mid March. And so that's that's I'm a peak for some mm stuff later on which it will get into and our other examples but for the southern out the athlete. That's in Texas or the south that really wants to do well Our make the land run for example. They're a race. You WanNa get on this. This twenty. Four weeks A. S. P. and so using being a different timeframe as our example number two. What if you have a race memorial day that usually a popular race day or say like a race race the first week of June that she's even like a lot of the state road race championships? Are Tom Trials. That's when the dirty Kanza is big. The Big Mountain bike races around there and all this training relates to all those those disciplines in so the only discipline. Probably we're not talking about today as cyclocross and and I'll wait for that too late for that and honestly all this applies to the cyclocross her. Your timeframe is honestly like march or April and for Cyclocross IRS. I see a lot of the getting back to the core. This podcast training in timing. Is Everything a Lotta Cycle. Crossers they get done with states and nationals before Christmas and then they start training in January. It's like whoa too soon. And conversely a lot of them they really don't get motivated until like August or September and it's like man this too late. It's too late to build pulled up a good base for the cyclocross her. You know you really want to Begin I think you're training in March no later than April but back to the rest of us say you gotTa race. Let's just call it Memorial Day. It was called thirty six weeks from now from October. First so now now you have more time. You have thirty six weeks. That is twelve weeks more than the previous example. The twenty four weeker. And you're gonNA still do the same way what you do in this twenty four weeks but now you have twelve weeks to play with you have more time to build a bigger base. You have more time to do intervals. you can. Dan Do more races as training. You can try to hold that training lab and then one of the other options is since it is the fall you can also start training later. Which is maybe a nice option for a lot of people that WanNa take a longer break here on the fall? Maybe do some fun riding. Maybe they're are still they're dabbling in psych across or. They're just like a really busy life and they just can't they don't want to try to follow a training encounter for fifty weeks of the year or they live in a place like us where there's a a oftentimes a rough winter. So you are planning in your a race later you know or like you just want to have a little bit more flexibility when it comes to whether you're not stressing out all things to consider. Yeah and to Jackson's point like so we're talking this thirty six week. Example is now working at Memorial Day. But what if you're like talking about something in August August or July like the crusher steamboat or Rebecca's which we've all podcast about that of that means you probably don't WanNa start too soon. There's such a thing just starting to stand in per the weather. One of the things I like about weight training is it's a great thing to do in November and December. What are those? Yes those are the. Those are the dark days the shortest days of the year. You got daylight savings the worst holiday or cages. Yeah and when you time your resistance training to fall during those short days you're not going to be battling daylight to get in your training and then when you get done with that resistance training the days of gotten longer like in January and February and then you can do your longer rods and that's also timing what you're doing and training in relation to the seasons so this is why cyclocross have it so good. They do their base in the summer when the weather's really nice and this is why the roads have it rough enough to do their base in the winter. And you know the Belgians of made this legend but you gotta be hard men but you can adjust that back when you need to do your base in your resistance training per the seasons per the goals you choose. It's not like it's not like a rule. You have to start training the day after Thanksgiving skiving or January. First you know. If you're choosing like a steamboat in August or something July you can begin your base in in the spring when the weather starts getting nice and working backwards from there you know that means you get into the weight room January February so that you're finished with the way it's by the time daylight savings rolls around and the good weather and that's that's a really nice scenario for a lot of masters athletes that already have to work and live in a what we call it a weather challenged and it's not a black and white situation. I mean you can also be riding while you're also doing weights. I mean they're in a lot of different variations of You know being of mixing things you're not just purely doing weights doing zero writing or vice versa. You know you can you. Can you can do both and maybe even extend out that that block the weather is super bad. It's like okay. Well you know maybe do a little bit more weights plus you know riding the swift or or whatever it might be so that you can still get a good training volume in even if you can't really right outside it's darker or whatever it is you know. I think I really like going. You know going for a ride and then going to the gym vice versa. You know we talked about this a little bit last night like the there is a a good stimulus that can be gained from you. Know doing some of these doubleday kind of things which is all built into our off season plans lands and the the resistance training plan and stuff like that Yeah you know you can get. This is the time to get really creative with how you spur USC project schedule. Everything out I think the biggest thing is where is the take homes are. There's there's a time and a place to do everything everything in training. We've we're assuming you've taken your postseason break. We're assuming you're ready to train some other beliefs that go into that. We do believe believe in training year round routing around so if you do elect to do a the like target an event later in the summer that does not mean. When you don't do anything this fall you still need to ride? You know you don't want to decrease your Monica Andrea Enzymes you went. That's the half-life for the protein gene that stimulates the production and the those enzymes that catalyze the reaction. Since when you stop training you get slower when when you when it takes three weeks to do that then it takes three weeks after that just to get back to where were so. That's a six week swing so and say you know for every month you take off it takes that many the same timeframe a whole month to get back. So you're now we're talking. That's a two-week swing. I'm sorry a two month timeframe. A lot of athletes pitfall that I see is they never really they. They always are about the same level season to season in with masters. You know one of the things I see with athletes is they train really hard in their super focused in that works out when you talk about the exponentially waiting of training like the six weeks prior to your a race is of the utmost importance But what you do before that enables you to do more but getting back to a masters pitfall. Is You know athletes train. They're train so hard to get to this level and then they take a couple of months off and then they really struggle a second year to barely make it back to where they were the previous year but the that costs so much more mental energy when if they had just taken a nice cool two who week break in and maintained a baseline training load through the fall on the winner then they can take that two steps forward from only taken one. Step back but if you take take two months off that's two steps back and you're you're lucky to be able to take two steps forward just to get back to where you were. You'll still have to train really hard to to do that. So kind of deviating from the training and Goldilocks but that's that's one of the masters pitfalls but that's just going back to So much of training winning is is the timing of it right. I think it kind of going along with that is is just how kind of like what I alluded to earlier. It's like where you you know you just sort of drop everything this time of year and you don't think about cycling's or maybe you know you're kind of burned out mentally physically and then Jank like before. We know it January versus year Erin. You're just like Oh shit you know you kind of like freak out a little bit because you're like you know you haven't really thought about what your race you know a racist or looking like and so the last thing you WanNa do. It's much better to be consistent and to be like sort of like calm and just like cruising along rather than just like those huge swings things like you set up and down Have a plan Have a macro plan and then go into you know understand how the how all this kind of works timing wise so you can sort of step into that beginning of the season. I guess where you're starting to build with a full on plan because and if you don't if you just go into it without any sort of idea of what you're doing then that's where you start to kind of freak out and you over train or you don't do enough or whatever it is is. There's a lot more. You'd have a lot more flexibility if you like work backwards a lot better. That's right and you use the January. Oh Oh gosh what do I do. Example one of the biggest decisions I help athletes make in January and really. It's not a decision to make it. So clear to me is is everyone is like should lift weights. And it's like man you don't have time won't when we take take that twenty four weeks and now we have ten it's like well We gotTA build your base. That's going to serve you better and make you faster than than lifting weights if you get so the problem with lifting weights and balancing that with with base is not exactly building base when you're lifting weights so there's a half life on your base and you're losing base in and so but you're not training to lift weights in you have ten weeks to go so the decision is very clear what we just can't lift weights this off off season. You need to move on to be pedal your bike am. That's an example of just being limited in the level you get to in twenty twenty so the moral of that story. Is You know you you need to get in the gym. Probably no later than twenty four weeks to ago to your a event to in order to allow time to do base and to do to do intervals but so to just to wrap up and going back to our thirty six week example. What does that look like so again? Same as the two week example. Ten weeks of lifting weights. And then now you probably have like. They have like sixteen to twenty weeks to build base to do. Do good good build. Maybe you WanNa push your C tail even higher. Maybe one of your goals this in twenty twenty s to build a bigger base which is great goal to have. Because you're gonNA that's it's GonNa be the foundation of having more power higher. FTP Better Endurance Things like that and then then you have time. So that's ten weeks. Eighteen weeks has twenty weeks. Then you have still time to do four weeks of intervals and you don't want to do leave like what's on the table by not doing intervals before your race. Even if you're doing gravel I I believe you can benefit you can push. FTP Up even higher with vio vio to work with full gas threshold work. It depends on the course maybe need to do some some anaerobic so leave leave time for that and then now we're talking thirty six weeks and maybe actually what I just lined up with thirty two weeks. Yeah four weeks to play with well. Maybe you do a training race I think when we talked about the crusher and review podcast one of the things that I resolved to do is to do a training race and I did that in two thousand nineteen and or was was that twenty eight hundred twenty eight to eighteen sell running together. Yes so you allow time to training race and you know what inevitably evitable you're gonNA you're GonNa you know maybe need to go on spring break with the family. Maybe there's a week where you get sick so you need to. You have time to allow allow for that sadly when you get sick or when you go on vacation the half life is still going on you are when you stop training in. This is called four. I rast or just life happens. You know you do get slower and so you need to account for that and this just goes to the this is the beauty and also also that curse of the performance manager chart the CTO goes up the CTO goes down and then you can maintain it so so there's is that so when you have a goal that's further away you have more time to prepare for it and if you're a lead a very busy life if you need more time in the fall go ahead and take it you also have the option of starting a little bit later. What's like one was like the main takeaway in terms of timing? Because I think you you know it's a lot going on if you have one takeaway for the listener in terms of timing and planning your season and building and Like what's one thing that we can start thinking about right now. It's basically October first so that we can set up twenty twenty beautifully. Well I would take a look at your calendar. Take a look at I identify win. You're a race is going to be Maybe it's not the first race of the season so identify if I win. Excuse me when the first race is going to be even if it's a B in the race and go ahead and plan everything out. This kind of goes into your hurt like I think. Have we podcast about the annual training plan the ATP. I think so or at least or at least like planning your you know your calendar out. Yeah one of the beauties of the again to get back to the performance manager chart in training pieces at enables you to project out your CTL Bill. And that's I I would definitely take away you know we in the example number one we referenced going from fifty to ninety go ahead and put that in your day to day training counter and look at it in in your performance manager chart measure when that is and if you see yourself going to ninety and you know that that's going to be the sheer physical all in just real world limit of what you can achieve but that's like ten weeks before you're a race shift that forward so so that you're doing the right base built at the right time on and vice versa. If you don't get to ninety until like three weeks after your erase is like back up and either unique to that would be that would help you cut out the decision to lift weights. That would maybe help you to decide to do more aggressive build greater rampart or just to get started sooner so the biggest thing is to take the biggest takeaways plan it all out and then see how that all relates to win. You want to be going your fast and make some training decisions about when to begin win this goes just the goldilocks principle. Porch too hot porridge. Too Cold I would just say win to begin weights when to begin base wind stop base when to do intervals and then how much intervals to do before you're a race yeah is that one takeaway. That's a lot of takeaways. Sorry maybe start with listening to our podcast. We did last year if you're new or even if you're not just like a nicer refresh of planning at your season organizing yourself. I think again like now that this time of year. We're not writing as much. Maybe the weather starting to turn It's a good time to spend some time. Time mapping at the calendar and then putting it down so that you know Kay I'm starting weights today on November first or whatever it is So that you just. It's it's not as stressful when that starts to start coming around. I find a lot of athletes right now without a clear plan. There is because it's undecided. It's that is more stressful than to actually lay it out to make decisions on when to start once you get that everything is like I got a plan. I feel good about this. I'm just GONNA execute. Nothing is undecided and unknown. I'm going to do this. This and and this element ambiguity. Yeah and that's very reassuring for for a Lotta people so the I guess there's probably a whole podcast on the transition from season into the off season and the adjustments. You need to to make but that would be one of them. Get it down. Get your plan in place and just start going for it. Cool all right. Well thanks everyone for listening. As a reminder subscribe and like visit us in the form formed at Fast Coaching Dot Com. You can ask questions about this podcast. And then the other ones we have record. And thanks again for listening connects with audios. Everything we talk about in our podcast embodied in our training plants on fast cat. COACHING DOT COM. 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6-21-21 What's News

The Nicole Sandler Show

08:22 min | 4 months ago

6-21-21 What's News

"It's time for new coal sandler's what's news from. Nicole sandler dot com and the progressive voices network. Welcome to summer yes. Summer solstice hit sunday night at eleven thirty one pm eastern time the longest day of the year. Hot enough for you. Sorry with the start of the new week and the new season comes more opinions from the supreme court as the justices. Wrap up the term at the end of this month. Three decisions were announced. Monday morning including one of the biggies. Nc double a. versus allston. The decision was written by. Neil gorsuch and it was unanimous upholding the lower court's ruling basically saying in a victory for college athletes. Supreme court unanimously invalidates. A portion of the nc. Two way amateurism rules and see. Aa could no longer bar colleges from providing athletes with education related benefits such as free laptops or even paid internships but they did agree. Broadly that the nc double a. does have the ability to set some rules of amateurism. The first decision they announced was goldman. Sachs versus arkansas teacher. Retirement system amy coney barrett wrote the opinion vacating and remanding the second circuit court decision. It's a class action. Suit from retirement funds and teachers alleging that goldman sachs committed fraud related to conflicts of interest and the third was another technical ruling on us versus artifacts. Written by chief justice. john roberts. The court was divided in case centering on patent law. The majority held that administrative patent judges are principal. Offers under the appointments clause alrighty then now we wait there still twelve cases to be announced among them the big one the voting rights act in brenna vich versus the dnc. Stay tuned. the next opinions will be announced on wednesday in other news. This is shaping up to be a busy week. The senate is set to vote tuesday on whether or not to advance the for the people. Act that is. That's sweeping elections. Overhaul that would among other things make election day. A public holiday expand early voting and ban partisan gerrymandering. This was hbo one in the house and it became sp. One in the senate signaling. How high a priority. This legislation is for democrats. Well tuesday's vote on cloture on the motion to proceed to open debate. Dude the filibuster. It needs sixty votes to move but those sixty votes just aren't there. Even after joe manchin propose some changes in the legislation. Those changes failed to move a single republican to the yes column. And if you believe senator roy blunt of missouri mansions changes actually turned him more against the compromise because stacey. Abrams said she could support it. I actually think. When stacey abrams immediately endorsed senator mansions proposal it became the stacey. Abrams substitute not the joe. Manchin substitute oh please. Meanwhile georgia's secretary of state announced last week that they are purging. More than a hundred thousand voters from voter registration rolls in an attempt to keep the state's voter files quote up to date right and this just might be infrastructure week. Another new bipartisan infrastructure. Plan costing a little over a trillion dollars has been gaining some support in the senate but disputes continued over how it should be funded and the progressive faction is still pushing for much larger package up to five times larger. That would be paid for in part with at least two point five trillion dollars in new taxes on the uber wealthy. One thing to keep in mind as congress bickers over spending money. That would help americans in major ways. We've now learned through secret service records that donald trump's trips to his bedminster new jersey golf club while he was president cost taxpayers more than two point. Four million dollars of that one point nine million went for secret service agents hotel stays they also spent two hundred and eighty five thousand on travel forty two and a half thousand on rental cars. Eighty one thousand dollars on golf carts and forty seven thousand dollars on portable toilets again. This is just dealing with his stays at bedminster doesn't include other costs off those trips including the estimated hundred and forty two thousand dollars an hour at cost to fly air force one nor does it include the cost of taking marine one helicopter from the morristown airport to the golf club trump spent depending on what source you look at between ninety nine and one hundred six days at bedminster during his presidency. Second only to his stays at mar-a-lago in florida where he spent one hundred and forty two days over thirty two points and estimates place the cost to taxpayers for those mar-a-lago trips alone at about one hundred and nine million dollars. There were ten mass shootings at least throughout the nation. This weekend leaving at least seven people dead and more than forty injured and it was just the latest industry of violent weekends in this country. Last weekend there were also ten mass shootings that left twelve people dead across seven states. This weekend's violence included shootings at several parties and celebrations including in california indiana and colorado according to the gun violence archive. There have been at least two hundred and ninety three mass shootings so far in twenty twenty one alone. A pride parade in the wilton manors section of fort lauderdale on saturday was derailed when a pickup truck careened into people assembled in staging area. Who were getting ready to march. One person was killed and other still hospitalized but authorities have determined that it was an accident not an attack. The driver is a member of the gay. Men's choir ashworth. The two victims new york city goes to the polls on tuesday to decide who will win the democratic nomination for mayor. and then we'll most likely go onto succeed. The outgoing mayor bill de blasios though it is possible that the official outcome may not be known for several weeks. Stay tuned so it's been a little over five hundred days. Since the first corona virus death was recorded in the united states. Though much of the country is heading back to normal. There are still signs of wariness states with high rates of unvaccinated. Adults like alabama arkansas louisiana mississippi tennessee and wyoming are at particular risk for the spreading delta variant. The us also has extended restrictions on nonessential travel to mexico and canada. Meanwhile china has administered more than a billion doses in its vaccination drive that accounts for about forty percent of the two point five billion shots given globally in brazil. It's bad the country has now surpassed half million deaths and angry citizens are putting the blame squarely on their president. J air bolsonaro repeatedly downplayed the seriousness of the pandemic and finally condolences to the biden family. Who are grieving champ. Thirteen year old. German shepherd joined the family in two thousand eight. Shortly after joe biden was elected vice president died peacefully at home on saturday. A second shepherd a rescue name major joined the family a few years ago. And that's just a bit of what's news for now. Nicole sandler if you appreciate these reports and the nicole sandler show. I hope you'll consider making a contribution. My work is one percent listener supported. And i can't do it without your help. Find out more at nicole sandler dot com and please click on that donate button.

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Friendly Friday with Bri From The Walt Disney Family Museum Podcast

This is Today

10:00 min | 8 months ago

Friendly Friday with Bri From The Walt Disney Family Museum Podcast

"Scholte's about today. I don't even think i'm going to have time for the events we we do. All right last week is today. Welcome to this is today's podcast that features the stories that make this unique. It's friday march fifth. Twenty twenty one. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Yeah we've got so many national days to talk about for today. It's just crazy. We've got cheese doodle day. I mean come on cheez doodles have some of those today While we talk about the rest of these and you'll probably finish them off. She get one of those big things of you. Know the big package. All right It's multiple personality day and that's of course raising awareness things like that right We have day of unplugging. Yeah can you believe that you're actually going to have to unplug and some actually websites. Say this is tomorrow. But it's first friday in march. That's the actual date for unplugging day so unplug from all technology except this podcast. That's what you need to do today. it's kinda sucks that it's on a friday because you know you're working and you're stuck with your computer. So what else are you gonna do right Also national dress in blue day and coincidentally i am dressed in blue today and Why is it dressed in blue day while it is about colon cancer awareness. So if you're a colon cancer survivor you know somebody. That's had it than what i'm blue today and it's also one more here real film day and i said real like as in reels right the old school film projector reels. So you know that day kind of made me think of a guest that i had on just the other day brie. Bella cini from wd fm podcast. The official walt disney family museum. Podcast bree when you think films you've gotta think walt disney right. Oh yeah he's the king of classic phones. So what is your favorite disney. My favorite. i'll. I'll go with the live action film since we're talking about rails and cameras and my favorite would probably be twenty thousand leagues under the sea. They created at the disney studios created a special underwater camera. First of its kind to film some of these really amazing impactful scenes underwater with the squid so much action You know okay. I've i've got animated. I i think disney animation. And i think as a kid watching finocchio. I love that movie end. I like that you have a podcast coming up about pinocchio. Can you tell us a little about that. Yes this man. Later this month we will have a deep dive episode on our podcast. All about pinocchio in history and just how masterful animation historians consider. Probably the most technically perfect animated film with has all time. They have to tell the truth there or else their noses would grow. Let's talk a little about what's going on. Over at the walt disney family museum i know with covid restrictions We're seeing some closure some changes but you guys have some great visual experiences. Can you tell us a little about those. We have lots of great virtual offerings that you can find on our website while disney dot org are free Virtual programs are happily ever after our series. So they feature a lot of different people and in the animation industry so directors producers animators. And we have a lot of in-depth virtual talks and kind of theme tours. We also have our community days and our virtual group activities so lots of things to experience on our website. And you can also if you go to that website. You're gambling to breeze podcast. Wd fm official podcast of the walt disney family museum. Thanks for joining me and for you when we come back. We're going to talk about our events for today but also what is going on this weekend. I wish for audio. I had something like graham early. It's fantastic for the podcast. Use it every single day. I love grammar. And what there's a link in the podcast description for you to click and you can try gramley it basically. It's like you know having your own editor. So click the link in description and try out graham really all right so data events for the weekend coming up here. We only do the podcast. Monday through friday so we added this new segment to tell you what's going on this weekend. Well it starts with tomorrow saturday. Can you believe that the weekend works. It's national dentists day tomorrow. So yeah i guess she can go. Stop is scheduled appointment. It's national dress day national day. That one is one. I can definitely get behind about some of those rights as potato skins friday ran in those are going to be awesome later. Tonight it's also oreo cookie day and you know if you're going go to the dentist. I strongly recommend having some oreo cookies beforehand. You know make them more for it and cheesecake. Yeah white chocolate cheesecake day tomorrow. And i was talking to my son the other day and it was like with the be great if they figured out that the cure for covid was cheesecake. Like if you have some cheesecake you're all good. Everything's fine wouldn't that be great. I wish they would come up with something like that Then we've got sunday. We've got lots jack day. National be heard day. We've got cereal day. And we've got crown of roast pork day. That one sounds delicious to me. I'm going to throw one of those in the motor maybe You know the the pork shoulder out. I'll kind of observe the holiday not a fourth roast shoulder and get some pulled pork talked about that. Before on the show it's amazing and then finisher's medal day as well which is the first sunday in march. Okay i'm not going to get into the exact details of all these days because that would take tyrod cast and we've got a chance to talk about today so at least i let you know what's going on right. Let's take a look at some of our events toward today on this day in one thousand nine hundred sixty. Elvis presley ended his time in the army. He was done with the army on this day. It was kinda you know crazy that he had to go to the army. The interesting that i find about this whole situation is that he meant priscilla now. She was very very young. She was like i don't know twelve years old or something like that. But that's how they met while he was in germany in the army now they were just friends and then of course later they got married they had hidden. The rest is history In nineteen eighty six on this day the today tabloid launched in britain. It was the first national color newspaper. Do you believe that the first national color newspaper. It's like usa today but You know british so totally not like it. But i guess kind of anyway Twenty fifteen the last ebola patient in liberia was an english teacher. Fifty eight years old. He was released and it was declared that the world the nation was ebola. Free by the world health organization It was like basically they just needed no new cases for the next forty two days a we need that is right now. No new cases of anything all right last year on this day. Elizabeth warren the front runner the presidential race. She dropped out on this day a year ago and mike bloomberg dropped out of the two thousand twenty race as well and people are still talking about that. Katy perry announced that she was pregnant. Yeah now of course her and orlando bloom did have the baby already because it's been a year ranked Yeah so daisy was born in august of twenty twenty two days before the distribution of her latest album smile. And you know the biggest news story of today for me was i didn't know she was with orlando bloom. Should pay more attention to these stores like that. Let's take a look at our worth days for today. Joel osteen is fifty eight. Eva mendez is forty. Seven taylor hill is twenty five. Madison beer is twenty. Two in gillette. Sixty six today and andy. Gabe was born on this day in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. He passed away in nineteen. That's your look at march fifth. Thanks for listening to this is today. We do our best to pull together all the correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. Here is super smart and work super. Sorry be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcast and give us a five star if you think we deserve it. If you'd like to make sure that we cover something on a future episode. Let us know. Just go to this. Is today podcast. Dot com suggestions back and see our other podcasts. I hope you enjoyed learning about today. I'm russ have a great weekend. i'm talking to you.

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July 14th: John OConnor HR 3

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

34:15 min | 3 months ago

July 14th: John OConnor HR 3

"This is morning in northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi k if you were one of the fifty or so folks that were so hard hit by flooding in greeley as a result of that for rental downpour and when she got anywhere from what three point three to four point three inches of rain and well estimates vary but in a little over an hour and a half well long term. Help is on. Its way not media future but by the end of two thousand and twenty twos jump into our local news roundup. Ada wait now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail be of the auto collision specialists studios where confirmed piece by trevor. Read out of the greeley trip who won't stated the obvious storm. Water drainage issues became baron with that burst of rain at the start of this month in downtown greeley now the need for improvements had already been identified in a capital improvement projects. Master plan. This adopted by the city council and twenty seventeen but staff members. Don't expect to break ground on a key part of that plan until the end of twenty twenty two. This news emerged from work session This past tuesday where you had greeley storm water project manager andrew fisher providing city council with updates to the plan following that july first rainstorm that led to flooded streets and buildings for well. Numerous of you Especially those in downtown greeley The sandbags many small businesses were just laying out the sandbags as well improvements in the downtown and north greeley basin. Make up about eighty percent of this two hundred and three million dollars of stormwater improvement identified across the city again According to greeley storm water project manager andrew fisher now numerous factors have set up. The city's downtown for flooding issues including being highly impervious not having any natural streams and undersized storm sewers. The flatness of the area also of course contributes to flooding. The city's number three ditch poses a unique challenge to the city storm. Water system bundling storm water to the downtown area when the ditch overflows the main. Focus of the improvements. The twelfth street system helps address this challenge by cutting across the ditch. The system starts in the area of ten street and a second new at the castle. Kuta river down to twelve th street and second avenue where extent it extends west to sixteenth avenue in total the system is projected to cost about eighty one million dollars now though pricey. According to greeley stormwater project manager andrew fisher the twelfth street project gives the city the best bang for its buck to protect downtown greeley from additional flooding events. The system will primarily consist of an underground pipeline this underneath twelfth street areas of open channels are being considered in some areas for cost savings now following the adoption of the master. Plan the city move forward with preliminary design on the trunk. Line the main line to drain stormwater this was completed in two thousand nineteen and broke the project into seven phases. Currently the city is in phases one a and one of the project which starts downstream and moves upstream. Starting downstream gives stormwater place to go. When it's diverted a said fisher. The city is about thirty percent through the design phase with plans to break ground on construction again at the end of twenty twenty two by two thousand twenty seven. The city hopes to be completed with phases. One through four reaching west to eighth avenue fisher said substantial improvements can be expected by then removing about one hundred and fifty structures out of areas of residual flooding completion. All the way through phase seven is projected for twenty thirty two city council members and again. This was at a work session just yesterday. City council members asked whether other funding mechanisms could speed up the project. Time line but funding isn't the only roadblock to getting the project completed. The project requires handling a lot of infrastructure including sanatoria and sanitary sewers. Water lines storm sewers and roadways and with much of the infrastructure. Being one hundred years or older well that only further complicates the process. Staff are looking through grants to help with funding but some of these challenges as well as planning time to work with agencies including fema mean. The city can't easily plow through the projects This according to fisher said he staff have received more than fifty reports of damage due to the flooding event. Something that fisher said is very very helpful to staff. Identifying where flooding damage is occurring though. Most the flooding was reported in the downtown area. People all the way out to the west end of town reported water in their basements. Now once again if you did experience flooding damage of this as a rock a result of that day lose this torrential downpour that occurred on july. First you can just jump online go to report. Hyphen co hyphen weld. Dot orion ryan central dot com again report. Hyphen co hyphen weld. Dot orion central dot com to mitigate flooding issues as development and redevelopment takes place across the city Consultant is evaluating the city's storm water detention standards. Which at this point in time are about a fourteen years old so yeah help is on its way. But it's gonna take a little bit of time as groundbreaking on a key town greeley storm water. Improvements is expected by the end of twenty. Twenty two a fifteen now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. A dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios this time check sponsored by the campsite dinner playhouse in johnstown bringing your real. Don't miss production got to see it a few weeks ago i would sec suggests that you do the same. It is that good as is the food. At the candlelight dinner playhouse shrek the musical taking center stage now through the twenty second for tickets and show information. All you have to do is jump online. Visit colorado candlelight dot com candlelight dinner playhouse broadway in your backyard party northern colorado for thirteen ten kfi k. The block party wednesdays from four hundred ten pm haven't car affect guys at the movies here. Don't forget to listen to my show every saturday on. Kfi k now back to mornings with gail well goal. News roundup continuous. You've got their mccown. T officials urging folks get vaccinated as the covid nineteen case rate doubles and that delta variants spreads not only across the state but indeed spreading like wildfire in some areas of the nation. Eight twenty three now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios confirmed piece by air new dell out of the fort collins colorado in while nineteen cases. Do remain low in lamoure county. You've got the health department. Seeing a slight uptick is that fast. Moving delta variant spreads not only across colorado but the nation as well the county's seven day case rate has doubled in less than a month going from a low of twenty two cases per one hundred hundred thousand people in june sixteenth to forty eight per one hundred thousand as of yesterday. Now at the pandemic's height for comparison's purposes larimer county reported seven day case rate of five hundred and twenty two per one hundred thousand people. This way back. On november nineteenth twenty twenty larimer. County population epidemiologists. Jared olsen said during a virtual cove nineteen update on monday afternoon. That they still have some work to do their mccown. In adding that that's the nation is by far their most powerful tool given how much more transmissible delta is compared to previous covid nineteen variants. It quickly overtook the us. The spring and summer becoming The dominant strain in colorado by the week of june six. That's according to colorado state health department. One month later it became the dominant strain nationwide this according to the centers for disease control and an announcement made july six now. Current evidence indicates that covid nineteen vaccines approved under emergency use across the country are effective against the delta variant again according to the cdc lamoure county ninety seven point four percent of covid nineteen cases reported since march verse of this year have been among the unvaccinated the partially vaccinated and the rare breakthrough cases seen in fully backsta needed. People most have led to mild symptoms or fully A symptomatic responses this according to olson as well and if you opted to forgo your second dose of the modern or the five serve biontech vaccine olsen says that a single does is less effective against the delta variant compared to previous variance. Now larimer county seven thousand thirty. Three people have not received their second dose of the pfizer. Biontech or madonna vaccine within forty two days though it is possible that some did receive a second dose outside of larimer county according to the county health department. Now here's a something of interest and again far be it for me to Get behind well. Get up on the bully pulpit and start preaching about vaccines. I know that many of you have concerns about vaccines for a broad variety of reasons. But let's say you did get that first dose of the vaccine and for whatever reason you didn't get the second vote dose which again is recommended That you get within forty two days. Well here's what's kind of interesting because even if you've gone longer than forty two days since your first vaccine does the county still that you get a second dose and yes it will still have some advocacy in terms of helping you ward off the most well the strongest results the strongest symptoms of covid nineteen including that delta variant now as august and a full return to in person schooling nears olsen said one of the health department's bigger concerns as a false surge of covid nineteen cases in larry mount their mackenzie schools. Which i'm sure is a concern of many districts not only across the state but indeed around the country by the way children younger than twelve remained the only age group without an approved covid nineteen vaccine as of tuesday now since the delta variant became dominant in colorado last month forty five confirmed covid nineteen cases. Seventeen probable cases have been reported in children under the age of eleven in larimer county. This is according to the county's case data youngest person to get covid nineteen in that time. Interestingly enough was a yup a one year old but larimer county has not experienced any juvenile deaths related to covid nineteen in faction. Now despite the recent bump in covid nineteen cases gonzalez. Tom gonzalez who is larimer county. Public health director said that larimer county likely likely won't have to revert back to any of the restrictions imposed during the height of the pandemic citing. Good handle on covid nineteen hospitalization rates. Eight twenty nine now. Thirteen ten k f k thirteen ten. Kfi k dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios. All right so you had cadre of democrat legislators beating feet out of texas tax at taxpayer funded expense. I might add complete with a case of miller lite boarding their private jets flying to see daddy in washington. Dc because well. They're not happy. With the way things are going in texas as you had the gop led texas state senate housing that elections legislation just that yesterday but Yeah democrats pulling well. It's a publicity stunt saying nope we're not going back well. I've asked the question several times this morning. Is this the new normal in terms of governments. Can you imagine if you were unhappy about something in your job and you just said i'm just not going to shell up. I'm just not going to do my job governor abbott and abbott not happy about that because they're saying They're going to stay on the lam until the official end of that legislative session with they. Don't understand is governor. Abbot can call special sessions from now to the end of time. You had the governor assaying. As soon as they come back to the state of texas they will be arrested. And they'll be cabin inside the texas capitol until they get their job done. So where does all this go. John o'connor is a legal analyst and author of post gate how the washington post betrayed deep throat covered up wider gains and began today's partisan advocacy journalism. He weighs in at eight thirty five eight thirty now. Thirteen ten k. f. k. all sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten. Kfi miss any portion of mornings with gail go to thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com to download the podcast. Today back to slip plans. Don't need car talk about slipping out the back. Who else gets paid to walk off the job as we saw those democratic legislatures flying out of texas to washington. Dc running to daddy running to president. Joe biden apparently that administration all ian when it comes to federalizing elections but yeah the reason they did this At taxpayer expense. I might add. Oh yes complete. With a case of miller lite well they wanted to deny the legislature that two-thirds quorum needed in order to conduct business and to pass legislation. texas governor. abbot. Not happy about that whatsoever threatening them with arrest saying that they would be cabin in the state house upon their return. There's the caveat there. He can't do anything until they come back. Is this the future of governance in this nation. Well we're not happy with the way are going. We're just going to pick up our toys and our beer and get the heck out of town. Eight thirty nine now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. f. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists studios so pleased to be joined by legal analyst and author john connor. Mr o'connor the author post gate. How the washington post betrayed deep throat covered up watergate and began. Today's partisan cosc- journalism and you know john. We typically talk about the new normal in terms of post pandemic but again it begs the question. Is we're watching the antics of these democratic lawmakers Is this the new normal when it comes to less than effective governance in our nation. Well a short answer would be. Yes i think these folks are getting lionized on the left of for their for this silliness for not doing their jobs for violating their oath essentially and now. I don't think any of these people better think about run running statewide in texas. I don't think they're real popular back. There may be proper their little district because of the demographics but You know this is sort of a political death warrant for now. They they think it's cool Find for them but think about this scale how hypocritical this is one of the things that did in washington was urged the removal of the filibuster in the senate and they wanna get rid of the filibuster so that then this ab one federal bill can pass which by the way is probably unconstitutional. You can't have the federal government telling states out of run election do it. That's part of the constitution. How about that So they can't do that but but they they're urging that now think about that they're saying gosh we want get rid of the filibuster so senate will vote on every bill. Meanwhile we're here. Yeah so so. They won't use the technicality not to vote on on a bill yet. Here we are using a technicality. So that our body doesn't back in texas they're essentially engaged in the type of illegal filibuster right now and you know one of the things you gotta think about. Gail is what is it. They're so upset about you. Have to ask yourself. I guess the logical way of looking at this. What would be the inverse of the of of of this law in other words. if there's a law that says gee You can't use paid canvassers To harvest ballots What's the inverse of that you know. We want to be able to have all kinds of paid canvassers If the bill says we're gonna protect poll-watchers what's the inverse that we don't wanna protect poll-watchers and you keep going down the line like for instance one of the things that are objecting to this in absentee ballots when you register for an absentee ballot. There's now going to be a requirement that you actually have to show whoever it is who you are either by a social security number security number or driver's license number. Some state identification not unreasonable. Nobody knows who you are. You're asking for this ballot They object to that so you gotta think what did they haven't mind. What did they want to do. And i think the ab one in it congress shows they want another election like twenty twenty. That's what they want. they want intellectual. Anything goes and you know You know we use the word fraud. i really just call it maladministration. It permits fraud. It you know the election officials don't have to commit it they just have to allow it. And so that's really what's going on. It's really a hijacking democracy. That's that's my thought Yes yes and that is picking up on that thread. I had pulled a great piece out of the wall street journal. And i think the opening despite the editorial board of the opening salvo kinda says it. All the democratic narrative on voting is becoming on glued. You had president biden On tuesday saying there's an unfolding salt taking place in america today an attempt to suppress and subvert the right to vote and free and fair elections for me for my money he could be talking about this move to federalize elections hoping he wasn't done yet he went on to say we're facing the most significant test of our democracy since the civil war. That's not hyperbole. He said since the civil war. While i'm sorry if you look up the definition of hyperbole i think this would qualify. I think it would. Because i think there are a few people Called african americans. Who couldn't vote back. Then i think that's right so that was sort of a a little bit of an impingement on their rights. But let me tell you something else. I have two great grandfather who came over from ireland. One in eighteen thirty one and eighteen fifties. They ended up doing fine thanks. This is a great country ended up doing fine But until they said they couldn't vote there was a property requirement and the history books. Say that all the immigrants that were coming in german irish mainly back in those days. They couldn't vote. They couldn't vote until they own property. Now i women weren't voting so and of course no blacks voting so and then later on there were Requirements of poll taxes. Those went on into the nineteen fifties and we only had same day voting absentee ballots. Usually we're not used same day. One day in person voting. Now we've expanded tremendously tremendously and were saying. Oh this stuff. Is jim crow. I mean it's ridiculous. Oh it's absolutely ludicrous. Eight forty five now. Thirteen ten k of k a thirteen ten k dot com joined by legal analyst stand author. John o'connor john connor author post's gate one of these days. John i want to dedicate a segment that we can actually talk about your book author of post gate how the washington post betrayed deep throat covered up watergate and began today's partisan advocacy journalism. Here's what i don't understand when they're talking about voter suppression now. Check me on this. If i'm wrong. I might be an accurate but it seems to me that a most americans favor are in favor of us showing some form of legal ide- in order to vote and be if you wanna get utilities you have to show. Id well that's right. If you wanna buy a pack of cigarettes or i been carded at my advance. They truck hall. of course. you've got to show something. i mean. They're all kinds of places you have to show. Id and everybody does quite well. This whole idea of voter suppression is ridiculous. It's also based upon a really cartoonish notion of Of of of minority groups as if no minority group was capable of pulling out. Come on now you know i mean that's like that's such an insult it's a backwards insult to everyone here that we can do this. Oh you tell you about vice president kalla harris and that statement which just cracked me up because yes we are in rural colorado. And i think that we can find a kinko's and we we can put one front one foot in front of the other. We can walk and chew gum at the same time here in flyover country. Well yeah yeah. There's a great a skit. I saw on the internet. Where there's a black black guy making fun of these of this claim of jim crow and he's got a laptop and he he's screaming and crying and just hitting it he doesn't know how to open it up. You know it really is. He's saying basically. This is insulting all blacks. You know that we can't you know do the basic functions of life come on and and you know when you put it in historical comparison and you compare it to jim crow. That seriously joke. That is a joke. It's just such a an ignorant comparison and we have that you talk about hyperbole Everything is either about Jim crow or or. It's about hitler in germany or something like that. Come on if we have a problem in this country. I think bill maher said it best. Recently we're not a serious people were silly people now. We're worrying about whether mr potato head has a male organ or not you know and that sort of thing and we're and we can't get anything done or built or past or any progress made meanwhile china's built forty five cities. You know maybe five. I'm sorry five hundred cities Of of a very large size and they're doing stuff every day and And so we are silly people And i don't think it's the traditional people in this country still work hard to get things done walker politicians to do something and you know from my surveys of around the country and i talked to a lot of people get a lot of people. Say sure you know. Trump says said things that were stupid and sometimes he goes overboard but the fact is the guy has equality. He actually tries to do something he tries to get things done in a positive way. And isn't that refreshing for a politician. Right now what is being done in washington. Well one of the first things is we just sort of said. Hey you know you. Millions of people in central america where they come across our border. And that's and that's just starts that starts and You know so we have. We are silly people. And i think there are a lot of serious people out there that are being led by silly people in and i don't think people really like it. Well whatever happened to that promise of from president biden that he was going to unify us as a nation to me. It seems as though a lotta. The efforts they're undertaking are simply meant to expedite that. Divide and conquer mentality in terms of seeking consummate power and control. Well that's right when when when anybody on the progressive left and i think biden's joined the group talks about unifying. it means. Everybody has to believe what we believe if you do. Then we're all unified and remember when they talk about how republicans got to reach across the aisle remember. They don't reach across the other way. They want the republicans all to act like little democrats and and that's really what that's their idea of unification right now. The secretary of defense is instructed all the military outfits and the intelligence agencies comb through their rings to find these terrible white supremacists. Who are you know not accepting critical race theory. And that's going on so this is this is again not unifying anybody about anything. It's trying to start. Grievances were getting into a grievance culture where people in schools are supposed in college was supposed to stand up and say yes. I'm ashamed i'm racist. I have white privilege. You know a kid that grew up in appalachia has to say that. come on. you know that that's where we are now and it's just not healthy. It's not good We've made such progress. In so many areas so many social areas now actually were tearing it down we're regressing. Yeah absolutely terrifying. Certainly as. I don't understand how you can overcome hatred with hatred or you can stop racism and discrimination by essentially with critical race theory encouraging. It what am i missing. You're not because it normally is asking a white people to you. Know to admit to all kinds of sins and it's almost like The chinese cultural revolution where you had a you know denounced. You're you're capitalist ways but also think what it does to minority kids who are taught now that anybody with a different color skin is out to get him and If they're poor it's because of of their race and it's because white people done this too. That's not really good thing do when you're in a in a free market economy and you wanna encourage people to get up there. Shake hands with people get out there and one of the good things about capitalism is is you have to be friendly to your potential customer so you find that that business has that way of doing things. It brings people together but these folks are trying to instill hatred in the workplace. That's all hatred in school An innings -iety shane. None of these things are good. John connor experienced trial lawyer practicing lawns. San francisco Since nineteen seventy two serving as an assistant. Us attorney in northern california. Excuse me from nineteen seventy four through nineteen seventy-nine mutton a lot of significant Cases tease best known as deep. Throat's a lawyer author of the great book post gate how the washington post's portrayed deep throat covered up watergate and began today's partisan advocacy journalism. John pleasure as always. I'm sure will be in touch again because this is certainly a conversation that needs to continue. And where can we find your book on post gate. Book dot com or amazon dot com or the best places. Post's gate book dot com. And i've got a lot of a lot of articles they're showing. How our media's not serving us in the issue. You're talking about gale so i think those are kinda fun. Everything's oh i've got a podcast called the mysteries of watergate. It's really fun to your listeners. To just talk about what they haven't been told about watergate and we can find that just google it. You can google it or go onto my website. There's an click on podcast or go to spotify right in with the kit. Flip the podcast on my website. Postscipt book dotcom. Sounds like a plan. John o'connor pleasure as always. Thanks for your insights. Your perspectives gail great. Talking to you take good care. Eight fifty three now thirteen ten. 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COVID 19 and The Blood Connection

Joey Hudson

09:19 min | 1 year ago

COVID 19 and The Blood Connection

"Hi I'm Jay. Farner of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during the challenging times were all experiencing. Our top priority is the health and safety of the communities we serve and while it's true that things are changing rapidly every day. One thing that will never change is our commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience at rocket mortgage our guiding philosophy of every client every time no exceptions. No excuses exists for times like right. Now we understand that hardships may arise and we're prepared to help if you currently work with us and need assistance with your mortgage contact us. Twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com as we all think about ways to save money. Let me remind you that. Mortgage rates are near historic lows. If you think right now is the right time to refinance your mortgage our home. Loan experts are available to help you twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information and conditions equal housing lender licensed fifty states and MLS consumer access dot. Org Number. Thirty thirty you know as our nation is in the middle this battle against cove in nineteen doctors in upstate. South Carolina or past the effectiveness of blood plasma severe or critically ill cove nineteen patients. One of those leading the effort is Dr Robert Rayner. He's a blood bank. Pathologist for PRISMA health and medical director for the blood connection in addition to the Greenville Center Blood Connection Serves Ashville Raleigh andersonville North Carolina along with Charleston in Anderson South Carolina with other areas in North Carolina and South Carolina. As well on the ninety four five guest line Dr Robert Reiner Good Morning. How are you? I'm doing very well? How you doing? I am wonderful. Thank you for a few minutes of your time. This morning. I being a lifelong resident of Upstate South Carolina. The blood connection has certainly come a long way from what I knew it as as a young man the Carolina Georgia Blood Center. You guys are doing great. Yeah you know. just Other communities have invited us in the people in Greenville County and And surrounding areas. It's been wonderful and We've been able to maintain a good blood supply and that's not been the case in other counties Other across Carolinas. So they've asked us to kind of come in and And help them out to with their blood supply. Talk with us a minute. The doctor about As as we are dealing with this national emergency how that has affected your day to day operations and the blood supply. Where are you know at first? What happened was there. Were a lot of Dr Cancellations So you know the number of donors that came in went way way way down But you know people kind of stepped up. They came to our centers. We operations a little bit. We're doing Less kind of what I call. Organiz drives the going out to businesses schools and different things like that And we're doing more targeted drives with You know are kind of on our buses and with people coming into our centers. So that's the good news is people really have Had had been well. Actually the blood supply general's pretty good Another effect that happened was the hospitals kind of scaled back greatly on elective surgeries. So the the need for blood also went down pretty dramatically as well show. We are actually a little bit of excess but You know when a lot of this stuff kinda blows over what's going to happen is demand for blood is probably GonNa skyrocket so we are trying to To make as much as we can and you know a unit of blood last about forty two days while so You gotta be ready for sure. So Dr Robert Rainer with me this morning on the ninety four five the answer guest line so doctor talk with us about the importance of prisoner health and blood connection participating in this national investigational treatment. Sure that's actually a big thing There's not a lot of treatment for For this virus because we don't have drugs we don't have you know the our normal arsenal of treatments for this and when the treatments that we do not have something called convalescent plasma so the I have to give the government a little bit credit on this. They really kind of eliminated a lot of roadblocks that are normally. They're and they're allowing us to do. An investigation was study on this so We are able to take people who have recovered from from Kobe. Nineteen Were able to take some of their fluid plasma their body and that contains antibodies and We're able to put this into another person. And those antibodies are able to interact with your immune system and work and kill the virus so You know retail known efficacy of this where we can say you know you know. It's guaranteed to work eighty percent of the time. But what we do. Empirical evidence is that this is a pretty effective technique You will see stories about people getting the plasma transfusion just turning the corner and we're hoping to do with this at prison and other hospitals across the state is Basically prevent people from tipping over the edge So if you go in the ICU we want to prevent you from. Going on a respirator You know if you On respirator we want to shorten the course of that. So this is called passive immunity. Something we can basically give you that. Somebody else has developed Now the issue is We can't manufacture stuff that has to come from donors it has to come from people and We just need to get the right people in We need to know that People have tested positive for the Cobra. Virus for the SARS poofy twos. What it's actually called now and ensure that They they have antibodies One of the things the FDA has done since there is no test for a viral anybody's at this point was they allowed us to basically do it. Based solely on the premise that somebody has infection and that their body will make any bodies so they allowed us to store a sample and tested at a later date. And that's that's huge. Who's otherwise wouldn't have any of this pleasant at all like they kind of held that Held at stand that we have to prove that they're anybody's right. Okay that makes sense well so so so basically a doctor what you guys need now. Is You need people who have tested positive for cove in nineteen To to come forward and participate right yes we need end to reach out to us And you know and they just have to have some sort of documentation that they actually had the testing a few will forget getting a little cotton. Swab stuck up their nose so So that's one of the things that You know that that will kind of tip you off that you're you're eligible for this The other thing we've done is We kind of approached a medical staff at all the hospitals and got them to reach out to the potential donors. So they have sent We're sending out letters to people who were Who were tested positive and just informing of this opportunity to donate plasma and in there were including a little piece of paper documentation with the test on there that they're able to bring into US and And do things The other thing we're also asking is that people need to be twenty eight twenty days out from the From their symptoms Because we need to protect our Our Collection Staff We have some safeguards built into our centers but It become into early. You may still be showing the viral particle and be executives. So we'll kind of work with you when you when you call us and then kind of schedule an appointment so we don't want everybody kind of sitting there and just lining up really want to do this where we can bring you in and get you out if it's if if the work It takes about an hour hour and fifteen minutes to do this and I'M NOT GONNA lie. Do you put a needle in your arm and As long as you don't move it's tolerable. It's okay but it does. It does scare some people so yup on our guest line is more Dr Robert Rayner. He's a pathologist. A Blood Bank pathologist for PRISMA health and medical director of the blood connection Doctor we have about a minute left. You were on with my friends over at. Wf News four yesterday. And you said that one plasma donation can potentially save the lives of four people That's pretty amazing. Yeah it's a IT'S A it's a volume thing we can pick out about eight hundred. Cc's from somebody and we can dark doses about two hundred CC's so It IS PRETTY AMAZING. It scales up very nicely so and nothing that we have goes as far as this does a respected as this virus so this is really a game changer for us You know just just need to get the plasma. Sure sure and the and that's where our listeners come in so if you have tested positive Let me encourage you to contact the blood connection do it today. You can call eight six four two three nine twenty nine thirty seven or I've made it pretty easy for you to set up a keyword on our tax line. Just text the keyword blood to eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five. I'm GonNa send you link With the information the contact information for the blood connection a doctor. Thank you again for your time this morning. And thank you for what you guys do in our community. Thank you for letting us get the word out.

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The Barrett Brief- Prepare To Be Educated In What It Means To Be Catholic

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13:36 min | 1 year ago

The Barrett Brief- Prepare To Be Educated In What It Means To Be Catholic

"I love the people who are screaming at this point. You can't maybe call me back step-by-step charge these people they say this as they participate in the religious activities of the the the funeral of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That entire thing what's happening? What's happening? There is a religious experience and don't let their little have to have separation of church of today. Because if you doubt that first of all, that's not in the Constitution Second of all, what you guys are doing right now is essentially a religious activity. That's it. You have to understand that. And as we look and as we brace Catholics and I only say I'm not trying to keep my Evangelical brothers and sisters and I'm trying to you know be like, oh this is a page and see yourself out know it's because President Trump has made it very well known that either judge looked lagoa or judge Barrett are Catholics. Those were very they're part of the the opening presentation the elevator pitch if you will for both of them. And so we are now going to be educated right educated in the ways of Catholicism by all these good people all these people who talk about how for the last couple months. Well Joe Burns a Catholic Joe Biden's a Catholic Joe bines a Catholic and now we need any Coney Barrett denominator. Judge Lagana Lagana has been now a Catholic faith. She's a Catholic It's it's completely what we should expected it and and and the religious bigotry that is being spouted out a wage this point. We all knew what was going to come. We all knew was going to happen. But if you are a liberal if you are a Democrat my Northeastern and my West Coast Catholics If you watch this entire thing and I know what you're going to do. I know what you're going to do. I'll say it again. I know what you're going to do. You're going to sit back and say oh, well, I don't think Peter Catholic you should have any kind of impact on on the views of the courts. Miss me with the nonsense. I'll say how long do you think Ruth Bader Ginsburg when she was alive when she had a case for the LGBT m a p q Community. He don't think her personal opinion was used to force laws. Like like oh Burger felt right? You don't think Ruth Bader Ginsburg used her personal belief system in her ruling in signing off the majority, which is unbelievable to say that that overturned 32 state constitutions. But this idea that object in partiality or whatever it is. I forgot the phrase evident and partiality or whatever. They're supposed to be impartial. It's it's impossible. It's impossible for a human being to be completely objective without their own personal points of view influence what they write what they decide even what they eat off. But now we're going to have to sit here and go. Well it's religion again, let it influence. Right, we this is and it's all because of what row it is all because of Roe. and the most sacred of All Rights so liberals progressives to Americans in general and that is the right to have consequence-free sex to constantly. Pursue pleasure. That's all. That's all this Society is based on. It's all the American dream is chasing pleasure. at any ever for any and all costs So let's just take a look. Let's just say oh by the way, I watched part I listen to Trump's most of Trump's speech last night in Pennsylvania. Fantastic. Absolutely. Fantastic. Make sure if you want to listen to President Trump's campaign rallies uninterrupted without any kind of editorial ization stay tuned to the crew same channel and listen to them here because we're not going to editorialize it. We're not going to tell you we're not going to break away from it when President Trump starts to say things that might be controversial. In fact, that's why we listen to it. Right? It's like watching a NASCAR race back in the day you watch it for the crash. But watch them here and President Trump was very adamant about you know, we're gonna put good judges on there so good. It's got to be a woman who here there was one point the who here once a guy on the court and then one dude raised his hands. Okay. We got one guy just fantastic home and so he talked on and on about that. So he has no problem saying it's going to be a woman the top two contenders are Catholic now rushing off in rushing's At first. She was a a big-name. I think she's just too young. he's 37 comparing her in the age gap between her and and Barrett or lagoa. It's twelve thirteen year difference. So I don't think she's really a serious can if Trump win Trump wins and if he gets another appointment, I think he puts rushing on the court when she's forty just to be like, there you go. She going to be on there for forty years and then just call today. now Reuters This cheeky little Sons of Guns that they are change this headline. They had the most ridiculous headlines yesterday and I actually quote tweeted it. It's not getting a digging for but they wrote this article absolutely looking at the fact that Amy Coney Island. It's a Catholic and it's some kind of crazy religious group. Not the not the Catholic group that Joe Biden's apart of right? That's the cool Catholics. That's the good Catholics. That's the Catholics that'll let Ben Shapiro make a ridiculous statement when I don't even want to repeat it, but he has this awful joke about the supposedly off the second Passion of the Christ movie. That you know the cool Catholics are fine with that. now the way Reuters put this out there the religious handmaidens tale. This was the headline yesterday. From Reuters handmaidens tale that's took his all the left can do is reference handmaid's tale Harry Potter and Star Wars. That's the only three references they have from the intellectual left. So they're going handmaidens tale US Supreme Court candidates religious community is under scrutiny. What the hell are you talking about? Birth is community. Now, of course, some people are going to go where we do it because she's a part of this group called black. I don't know. What is it people of praise. Cuz she's a member of this group called people of praise that's supposedly like the religious extremist group within the the Catholic Church. So I'm glad Reuters is going to educate me using pop culture references. Hey, that's my job Reuters you back on off. now here's a great. Here's a great paragraph. Judge Amy Coney Barrett The group says on its website. It is made up of liberals and conservatives with the mixture of Roman Catholic and Pentecostal Traditions, though at least one expert and one former member considered very very conservative until 2018. It used the term handmaiden handmade for its female leaders in the group is called people of Iraq raised a self-described Charismatic Christian Community, you know, unlike the crazy witches at Planned Parenthood. and of course when they're talking about the fact that oh, she's used the term handmade for its female leaders. That's actually biblical. Right that actually has its basis. I don't know in the Bible. Our glorious holy mother had even said I am a handmaiden of the Lord. She must have not seen the TV show obviously. But between her and this other well between Reuters and between this woman named Susan Hennessey who comes up with a full oper of a tweet where she says Republicans will spend the next Forty two days claiming that the party led by Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi wage the party whose second last confirm scotus Justice is Sonia Sotomayor is our anti-catholic bigots. That doesn't mean we have to take those claims remotely. Seriously. Well you do because they are they do they are correct because Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi are not right with church. They are not in good standing and don't even get me started on sending you something or Sonia said to my our hate I would even venture to say she despises the faint that she was baptized in. Right, of course, we're talking about people who have no idea who think essentially that being a member of the Catholic church is akin to signing up for a gym membership. I'd have to go once right you have to sign up you get the t-shirt and then you're a member of the gym for life until you cancel. I was baptizing confirmed. I'm a Catholic for life. I don't want to ever go back. I'm Todd. Hey, I tell you I'm Catholic. That's all. I'm a member of this gym. That's where I belong. So of course between the fact that the liberal Legacy Media is going to tie itself into a pretzel. I'm stealing that from you President Trump. I hope you know Trying to say well Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi are the good Catholics Amy Coney Barrett going to send you to the Dark Ages. You know what maybe we should go back to the the gauges because the last time I checked priests were not participating in American Ninja Warrior back in the Dark Ages. They were doing stuff. Like I don't know administering the sacraments home tending to their flock instead. Now, we have priests who sit back and watch their churches be closed collecting dust while I guess I got some free time on my hands, maybe go go participate in American Ninja Warrior. Maybe I haven't and I don't know what I'm referencing. There's this clip on the interwebs. You can find it. I think I have it on my Twitter feed bear brief b a r r e t t b r i e f where in Los Angeles a priest participates in his in American Ninja Warrior? He's so cute cuz he blesses the water before bed. I'm so over it. Where are these priests jumping over fences and breaking down doors to give dying people there last rites wage. Oh, no, no icky icky coronavirus. Those are the good Catholics.

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New child tax credit, delivered monthly, to start for 90% of families

5 Things

10:12 min | 3 months ago

New child tax credit, delivered monthly, to start for 90% of families

"This episode of five things is brought to you by net sweet by oracle the number one financial system. Net sweet gives you visibility and control of your financials inventory. Hr ecommerce and more keep listening after the show to find out about net sweets special financing for five things listeners. Good morning. I'm taylor wilson and this is five things you need to know. Thursday the fifteenth of july twenty twenty one today an expanded child tax credit arrives for millions of families loss. What a new warning. For the johnson and johnson cove in nineteen vaccine means and more here are some of the top headlines wos angeles beaches have reopened after some seventeen million gallons of sewage spilled into santa monica bay. The health risk came after a mechanical failure at a water treatment. Plant more than twenty people are dead and dozens are missing in germany and belgium after heavy flooding phone and internet connections are also down in parts of western germany due to the recent storms. And the milwaukee bucks have tied up the nba finals after the phoenix suns took a two games to none lead. The bucks won both games in milwaukee to even the best of seven series up game. Five is set for saturday night. Millions of families with children around the country will begin seeing more money in their bank accounts on thursday. That gums as part of the newly expanded child tax credit eligible families will get up to three hundred dollars a month for each child under the age of six and up to two hundred fifty dollars monthly for each child aged six to seventeen the payments. Come as part of president. Joe biden's american rescue plan. The one point nine trillion dollar corona virus relief package passed in march. Ninety percent of the family's all middle class working class families will get this. Tax cut is a one year cut. That reduces your taxes by three thousand dollars a year for each child. You have under the age of eighteen to kids. It's a six thousand dollar tax cut and those kids are under. The age of six will actually get three thousand six hundred dollars per child. Payments are expected to run through december but biden plans to extend the tax credit again into twenty twenty two. The fda has announced that a new warning is coming for the johnson and johnson cove in nineteen vaccine after a possible. Wink was found to a rare auto immune disease. What's that mean. Exactly well help. Reporter adriana rodriguez breaks down. American shouldn't be concerned about any vaccine at this moment. I mean it's extremely rare to develop this condition after getting vaccinated with johnson. Johnson vaccine just over a course of a year in the us just on its own. Three thousand to six thousand people develop john beret syndromes from other vaccines from viruses from bacteria. So the fact that we're only even seeing just one hundred out of the twelve point eight million vaccines administered shows that. It's extremely rare on monday. The fda announced that they're updating the label on the johnson and johnson cove in nineteen vaccine to include a warning that says there may be an increased risk of developing a neurological disorder called john. Bray syndrome developing. This condition is extremely rare. I believed that. Fda has only gone through about one hundred. Preliminary reports of this condition and the johnson and johnson vaccine has been administered about twelve point eight million times in the us. What the fda found so far in the trends and investigating the data is that it seems as though the people who have been reported to develop this adverse event develop within forty two days a vaccination and it's mostly in adults older than fifty. It does rain severity. You know it's not sort of like the end all be all while some people do suffer from permanent symptoms such as paralysis or stuff like that other people only suffer from really mild symptoms. Like tingling in your fingers or tingling in your feet for a few weeks or a few months officials said that seventy percent of people fully recover from chiapa race trump administration and health officials continue to stress the importance of getting vaccinated cases and deaths from kovic rose and more than half of us states over the past week and officials are increasingly worried about the highly transmissible delta variant area and now the dominant strain in the us california has seen one hundred twenty four percent rise in cases from two weeks ago according to los angeles times data but those who are seriously ill from cova or almost entirely unvaccinated whilst angeles county health services director. Dr christine galleys said tuesday quote to date. We have not had a patient admitted to a department of health services hospital who has been fully vaccinated with either the j. j. pfizer or modern vaccine every single patient we've admitted for cova is not yet fully vaccinated on quote the biden administration said in recent weeks that it would ramp up outreach to those who still haven't gotten their shots board of that plan on wednesday bringing actress and musician. Olivia rodrigo to the white house. It's important to have conversations with friends and family members encouraging all communities to get back needed and actually get to vaccination site what you can do more easily than ever before. Given how many sites we have and how easy it is to find them at vaccine stock up rodriguez involvement. With vaccine outreach gums as health officials stress that young and healthy people should also get vaccinated fifty five point. seven percent of americans are at least partially vaccinated and forty eight point two percent or fully vaccinated president. Joe biden will meet with german chancellor. Angela merkel at the white house thursday. It will likely be miracles. Last visit to washington as head of state and the meetings will likely be much friendlier than the testy ones between miracle and former president donald trump. But there will still be at least one contentious issue on the agenda the split between the us and germany on nord stream to the gas pipeline. That would run from russia to germany. The us fears. It would give moscow more leverage over europe for miracles part. She wants to use the trip to show continuity and stability in the us. German relationship and that there will not be a huge shift after the next german election. Which takes place in late. September britney spears reached a big development wednesday in her fight to end her thirteen year conservative ship. A judge in los angeles ruled that spears can now have a lawyer of her own. Choosing spears said. The conservative ship is abusive and affects parts of her life ranging from money to her ability to have children she also said wednesday that she wants to press charges against her father. Jamie spears who has been one of her conservators. Britney supporters continued to take to the streets around the country pushing for her freedom. Spears though was not free from the conservative ship on wednesday. Another hearing has been set for september twenty-ninth though one hundred forty nine th british open has teed off. The gulf major is being held. This year at royal. Saint george's golf club in sandwich. England after the so-called open championship was cancelled due to the pandemic last summer and fans are allowed this time as well with some thirty thousand people roaming the links every day there is one major difference from pre pandemic times though players are being held in a strict bubble to comply with in nineteen restrictions and. They're at risk of being disqualified if they break the rules ireland's chain lowry's the tournaments defending champ from twenty nineteen. You can tune in this week on peacock nbc and gulf channel. And you can find five things wherever you get your audio including spotify and apple podcasts. Thanks as always to shannon green and clear thornton for their work on the show. Five things is part of the usa today network tackling. Your businesses finance to do can be daunting enough without being slowed down by manual processes integration difficulties and glitch delays. 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Episode 25 - The Crash of the "Big Operator"

NO HOME FOR HEROES

19:22 min | 2 years ago

Episode 25 - The Crash of the "Big Operator"

"The. Well, welcome to this episode of no home for heroes know home for he rose explores histories, military mysteries regarding Americans who are missing an action from our past wars these long forgotten him. I as are remembered here. Today's episode is titled the crash of the big operator, and I'm your host Rix novel. No home for. He rose is a trademark productions sponsored by the chief Rick stone and family charitable foundation. For more information on the foundation, visit our website, WWW, chief Rick stone dot com. If you're hearing this preview of no home for heroes on YouTube, or audio burst, we invite you to listen to the complete on cast on apple podcasts or whichever podcast plant warm, you prefer today, story recounts, the brief career of young army air corps pilot from his days at Carnegie, tech, an untimely end in the blue waters of the central Pacific during World War Two. Was it due to enemy action or pilot error? Stay tuned. And we'll answer the mystery to what took the life of a young hero was such a bright future. All of us here at the foundation wanted dedicate, this episode to our loyal listeners at the armed forces DNA Identification Laboratory, sometimes called f deal. I remember only a few short years ago when the laboratory hierarchy, yet, the joint POW, M A, accounting, command or J pack referred to DNA is quote Zuhdu science in quote. Well, now that the antiquated J pack lab is defunct and asked deal is making most of the af inefficacious I guess we can say who is right. Well, keep up the great work after ill. And on with our show. Today's episode is from case number zero four two four from the investigative case, files of the chief, Rick stone, and family charitable foundation. The m I a featured in our story today was dropped from the official list of casualties from the battle of tarot from nineteen forty five to two thousand eighteen how does that happen and his actual crash site still remains a mystery even though it was witnessed mapped, and even get latitude and longitude coordinates. How does that happen? Well, stay tuned. While we explore a special double mystery on today's no home for heroes. John Young themes junior stated he was born in Harrison township Pennsylvania. He was known as Jack to his family and friends. Jacks hobbies included participating in sports and building model airplanes, when he was ten years, old, Jack joined the Pittsburgh press's junior aviators club in high school, Jack, even won a trip to England participate in the Wakefield model airplane competition, where he won second place. Jack graduated from Wilkins Berg, high school in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, in nineteen thirty eight. And then he enrolled in the Carnegie institute of technology, also known as Carnegie tech, where he was a member of the institute of 'aeronautics sciences. The National Aeronautics association hand the Birdman of America club while attending school. Jack work for Westinghouse corporation, as a tester of switch gears. At the time of the nineteen forty senses, Jack was living with his parents, John and Irene themes, and a younger sister in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The house were jet grew up at six nineteen cascade road in Pittsburgh is still air. If you live nearby go by and pay homage to Jack at the home, where he was not able to return to please don't bother the current residents as we doubt. They even know that American hero wants to live there. At the time of the census jacket completed one year of college at Carnegie tech, and was still enrolled, their Jack's father was born in Russia and served in the US army wore one as an infantry Lieutenant he spoke German and it was implied as a superintendent in an insurance office. Jack graduated from Carnegie tech in nineteen forty two with a bachelor of science degree in 'aeronautics engineering upon graduation. He immediately enlisted in the US army at fort belvoir Virginia, on four may nineteen forty two and was commissioned, a second Lieutenant. Jack listed his father is next to kin. He completed all the necessary paper to receive ten thousand dollars in US government, life insurance and listed his mother is the beneficiary. In addition, Jack bought war bonds each month from his salary in the amount of eighteen dollars and seventy five cents and had them sent to a miss Anna Lois stallings in mokri, Georgia. This is another kind of mystery. We don't really know who missed. All links was a girlfriend perhaps or maybe even theon say who Jack plan to marry after the war. If you know the answer drops align and let us know. Things was originally assigned to the engineer corps in the army, but quickly received a transfer to the army air force reserve corps. He was sent flight school and later, graduated from the advanced flying school for single engine pursue planes and Spence field. Georgia, by the way. Spence field was in you. Guessed, it military, Georgia, or miss stallings live doubt, this was a coincidence. In any case. Jack received two silver pilot's wings in February nineteen forty three. Lieutenant was shipped overseas to Honolulu. Hawaii on twenty eight March nineteen forty three is a member of the seventy second fighter squadron at bellows field away while it bellows themes unit completed advanced training in the p forty warhawks biter in June, nineteen forty three the newer bell p thirty nine q era Cobra began to arrive at bellows field, and Jack's unit the seventy second eyder squadron, traded in their war hawks, or the cobras in many ways the p thirty nine was an odd airplane. It had a car door for the pilot. They enter the cockpit. But it was also a beast known as I flying cannon, in reference to the thirty seven millimeter cannon mounted in the propeller hub of each airplane and four fifty caliber machineguns almost ten thousand thirty nine were built during World War Two with most shipped overseas to Russia or the Russians use them for round attack against German tanks and infantry. Join with the three hundred eighteen fighter group Lieutenant sames in the seventy second fighter squadron, flew reconnaissance, patrols over the Hawaiian islands until December nineteen forty three while in Hawaii, Jack gave this interview to a local newspaper. Helen Burkey wrote in her column service, sketches Lieutenant Jack Fame's of the US, af is from Pittsburgh. Jack said, I'm a graduate of Carnegie tech, I was graduated in 'aeronautics in the class of nineteen forty two Lieutenant themes has always been interested in airplanes. He said when I was about ten I started to model airplanes, really got pretty good at it by the time I was out of high school. I had acquired great skill in modeling. I won second place in the international model playing contest. That was the high point of my life. I was sent to Wakefield to receive my ward, I was given five weeks at the New York, world's fair. I stayed at a big hotel attended banquets. And we had a Royal time I think I know my plane inside and out, Jack said, I call her big operators. She's a fighter and a swell airplane. I have a job promise me when I get out after the war, he said, but my ambition is to go into the manufacturing of aircraft. Well, little Jack. No. When he gave that interview he had less than forty days till you. In December nineteen forty three the seventy second fighter squadron in their new p thirty nine through off the deck of the escort aircraft carrier USS Nassau and landed at MAKIN island in the tarot at all on twenty three December nineteen forty three ten themes and his wingmen, first Lieutenant George s Verena shot down a Japanese zero fighter plane off Mili island. Both Lieutenant themes and Lieutenant Farina shared half credit for the kill in the official records of the United States, Air Force. On the next day was just happened to be Christmas Eve, thanks took off from the airfield on making his Pete thirty nine nicknamed as he said the big operator for another combat air patrol on this day. The big operator was shot down by the Japanese and Lieutenant things was forced to parachute to safety landing in the ocean with some difficulty. He was rescued and returned to his unit. On the afternoon of twenty two January nineteen forty four Lieutenant Fame's climbed aboard p thirty nine number forty two days, one nine five one eight at make an airfield for another combat patrol with his way. Man, I Lieutenant Rena. Lieutenant j aircraft on this day, probably a replacement for the original big operator that had been shot down on Christmas Eve, and as was the custom with many fodder policy in war to probably renamed big operator to. This aircraft today was built by the Bill aircraft corporation in wheat, the New York in nineteen forty two the model was officially designated as a p thirty nine Hugh one day, be it was like all the rest armed with or fifty caliber machine guns and one thirty seven millimeter cannon mounted in the nose of the aircraft. It was a beast. The circumstances of Lieutenant themes as loss on that day, it's best described by his wingman. In his official statement, the tent Verena wrote. On twenty two January nineteen forty four at sixteen forty hours second Lieutenant John themes. And I were just finishing our patrol. We were flying the northeast leg of a northeast to southwest. Combat air patrol along the northern tip of the terroir Alto, at an altitude of two thousand feet as ordered by control. I was on the right. I banked up a steep turn to the right which was our tactical signal to one hundred eighty degree turn immediately. I saw Lieutenant themes Bank left. I rolled out of my turn and looked over to where losing its aims was supposed to be at that moment. I was attracted by a large splash, I looked down in time to see a large column of water in pieces of the plane falling into the water from the splash. I did not see the plane hit, I called control and reported the accident. And then I circled the spot. The only thing I can see was an oil slick, I was relieved in about fifteen minutes and landed. Included with Lieutenant Farina statement was a hand drawn map with the notation of quote, plane crashed here in quote, an arrow, along with the coordinates latitude one hundred seventy three degrees. One minute and longitude one degree thirty three minutes. Thanks to modern technology. Google earth pro. There's an apparent conflict and the hand-drawn map and the latitude longitude coordinates Lieutenant things crash site, as shown on the map. Coordi- or indicated on the map and the apparent notation by Lieutenant Verena of plane crash here in the aero are really nowhere close to each other ones at the north tip of the will atoll and one's at the south of the terroir after. The graves registration unit report. A January nineteen forty four on payroll while or sometimes known as base you island and the island commander on terroir of captain ECB who'll in his report of June nineteen forty four both fail to note themes as a casualty. Thanks was on the American graves registration service list of Pero unaccounted for on their report filed on sixteen July nineteen forty eight However, I are investigators found that the typing was so bad on the initial American graves registration service report that it probably played a role in the fact that Lieutenant sage was dropped from future terroir casualty list, he remained dropped new to this bad typing until his loss was added to the official government list of care. Wa casualties in twenty eighteen. Foundation. Researchers have requested Lieutenant themes, individual deceased personnel file, from the national archives via of freedom of information act. Request in September. Twenty eighteen these requests are required by law to be provided within twenty eighteen within twenty days. Almost a year later. The individual deceased personnel file Lieutenant themes as you have to be provided us by the government. So what really happened to Lieutenant things at the time of his death. He was an experienced and trained pilot who had approximately five hundred hours of flight time. Well, the records indicate that the official cause of his crash was noted as follows quote. He thirty nine Q Erico number forty two days, one nine five one eight lost on combat patrol, approximately one and one quarter mile west of terroir. Hey, tall with other thirty nine suffered a high speed doll a high speed stall permits Cassesse rate of turn, causing spin and loss of control crashed into the c MO trace of pilot observe in quote. Well experience tells us that only two thousand feet of altitude, Jack would have had precious little time to bail and certainly Moshe. You was observed by the only witness Lieutenant green. Themes parents received a telegram award apartment on nine February nineteen forty four notifying them to Jack had been killed in action when his playing crashed into the ocean off terrible. There's no record in any available filed that we've yet to see that indicates it is remains were ever recovered or dental. Onto may nineteen fifty the state of Pennsylvania, provided Lieutenant themes parents, what they consider full compensation for his war service in the amount of five hundred dollars. Today. John Yang same junior. Jack remains missing an action probably still strapped in the cockpit of the big operator to at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean somewhere off the coast of terroir at all. Our foundation. Investigators have the map, drawn by Lieutenant Farina, and we have the latitude and longitude coordinates listed by the only witness to the crash, Lieutenant Corinne. We've had the serial numbers from the machine guns. And the cannon on board the big operator to when it crashed if anyone with the government listens to this broadcast in context us, we'd be glad to share the investigative report that we prepared for the family, and we would hope that they could go and find Jack and bring him home. The pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. PA. Vine were listening to this episode of no home where he rose, we hope you enjoyed today's production, and we invite you to check out our other episodes. You can ask subscribe to listen, flea free this listen free, not leave. But this infre- on apple podcast or whichever platform you like listen to podcasts and a special. Thanks iheartradio. Who recently listed are episodes, so they're available playlist? Don't forget to tune in every Saturday, and we will host a new episode of history's military mysteries missing an act episodes of no home for heroes produced from the actual investigative case files, the Bridgestone family charitable foundation, Nettie, gated, providing you permission to the families of missing American servicemen and missing American servicemen, as always, we greatly appreciate your comment in special link. Available for you to contact us on our website and WWW cheap. Rick stone dot com. Sure to wanna miss our next episode with another story about one of our missing American hero. It will be our special fourth of July Assode, complete with some long overdue, pharmore. Tune in to hear it for yourself next week on no home for hero. Until next time he careful say in wishing you Fairwinds following sees. I'm your host Rick stone, reminding you that horse the nation that has no hero. Shameful is the nation that having he rose, forgets them.

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