28 Burst results for "Grazer"

"grazer" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

05:21 min | Last month

"grazer" Discussed on The Mom Room

"Yeah, I need to make a T-shirt that says grazer. I'm a grazer. Okay. People are probably wondering, like, okay, what is a red flag when it comes to behaviors around food? So what are some things that would be like, oh, that might be an issue. Well, okay, so first of all, we have red flags around issues with food that are medical condition related. So let's talk about the behavioral piece and then we can talk about some medical condition related things that we might need to watch out for. So sneaking food is probably my number one thing. If you have a kid who is sneaking food, they likely feel like so restricted that the only time that they can eat that food is if they sneak it and so there's a lot of reasons for that. You know, perhaps a parent is restricting food because they're worried about their child being overweight. And then that leads to a whole host of problems if we have restriction for weight reasons. Including sneaking. If we have a child that freaks out when you say there's no more of a food, like it's like a full on meltdown. You know, that tells me that they don't always have access to enough food to eat their fill. That's a concern. If you have a child who is, you know, I guess, quote unquote obsessed with sweets. Like thinking about it all the time talking about it all the time. That is a red flag. And then any sort of dieting behavior. So if you ever have a child who's like not gonna eat something because it's unhealthy. If you have like a 5 year old saying I'm not gonna eat that because that's unhealthy. That'd be a red flag for me. Sure, there are certain foods that might be.

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"grazer" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"grazer" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"Uh-huh okay so i'm doing. Would you again here. And i want to today. I want to talk about where their how we determine stuff and my disagreement about stuff and basically what has bothered me about some of the three grazer that go too deeply into theology. They basically go so deep into theology that they define who is saved the lost based on theology and based on what they say about the gospel zone and I think that. I think that in some cases in in the sense that i think that some people can hide quite well the gospel and still be saved and Shoes to not speak about the gospel at the world as db saved you know and they're also those who Today there are people who have started the theology and they know about the free. Get grace are gospel. They've studied if but they don't have to be saved. Because of that. You see anyone can learn as sorta now. I mean they can learn to repeat the gospel. But but i've discovered if you talk to them for a long time you would note. Is that the actually have another gospel. But the i think that there as i said i think there are other ways to determine. I mean don't people for example who I mean today. Let's say you shortly or something or passed or whatever. Then you know the gospel very well. I mean you you you know after repeated and everything you don't have to be saved because of that so is possible to put the mosque on Preach the gospel for lost persons. Or so how do we determine this stuff. Because i that is what has bothered me for a long time how i should how are to deal with people and i developed. Ibd's that door the my side toy face dot com and These id's are basically just based on the bible. Because what. I found. Basically what i might experience is that the though this will this evil and all kinds of dangerous.

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"grazer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"grazer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"I was raped. I became pregnant and chose to have an abortion. I yield that was democratic congresswoman. Corey bush sharing. She got an abortion when she was seventeen after she was sexually assaulted she was speaking at a. Us house committee yesterday right now. Voters are furiously casting ballots in a closely watched election. There are twelve contenders and they are all ferocious and they're all larger than life. Actually they are just large. And that's the point once again. It is fat bear week at cadman national park and preserve in alaska. Sir a woman helped put together the competition. We reached her in fairbanks alaska. Sarah it looks like this some pretty stiff competition for fat. they're week who are the leading contenders at this point. Well we do have some stiff competition right now. Today we have a grazer who is a big fan favorites. She is very today Bears at the falls takes on all the big boys And she is again and A cub today. So that's a hard one because they're so cute And we also have Walker today to taken on chunk who are also chew big fan favorite. So it's a big day. It's a big day for Competition brits falls now grazer this is i mean because you do have some very strong female contenders for fattening. Don't you you described your elsewhere as that. She is the epitome of girl power. Why is that. Oh yes and you percent well. So she takes kind of an unusual approach for fishing at the falls she will go right up to the lip right and take her cubs with her where all the really big bores are which can potentially be pretty dangerous very. It's a risky. It's risky moves. But she does it. And i've seen her in person actually just a couple of weeks ago. Just go right into a big bores phase and make the move you she does. She does not care. And it's it's pretty awesome now we had we. We did this story last year. The of course the the biggest bear and the best contender was seven forty seven. So how is he looking this year. He's a pretty good too. I think tomorrow he's actually going to be voted on and he is massive as per usual so we will see how how final to kind of pan out at this point. It's still kind of up in the air. Anything could happen but He might he might be an interesting contender gets a against either grazer otas Because i think those are probably the top three favorites so that it's gonna be a fun one. I'm looking at some images of these bears. And i if if you can just describe just how fat these bears are sir. They really do get insanely massive. So last year we had a gi specialist. Come out and use. Light are to actually estimate the weight of some four seven and he came in at about fourteen hundred pounds which is incredibly impressive and just in case things for a fat shaming these bears. I mean this is the these all of these. Bears are about to go into hibernation right. Oh yeah no. I always like just say thick is for the..

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"grazer" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"grazer" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Also whatever you call you know grazer this and that and octavian and play so it was later at encountered this. My original experience was not those beings right. How do you connect those things now. It's the same way Well i love that you ask that question. Because that's exactly the purpose of me connecting with them at the age of five because the message was there were a few messages but the most important message was. We are always connected to you. We will stay connected to you for the rest of your life. All you have to do is ask. And so i could see that i was on the one side of the veil and this physical body and they were kind of my linear just like they were my stream-of-consciousness on the other side of the vale. There was no disconnect there was no separation nothing was severed and the information was literally going from them to me in metoo them seamlessly and that is the most extraordinary of understanding. I i had. Which is everyone when they come here. They appear in a physical body but they're stream of consciousness that connects them to their spirit. Family is never severed and that's how they're receiving information and so what happened. Is that when they said that they said all you have to do is ask so what is asking. It's not like asking permission. you know. Ask means focusing your intention on what you want and so i've focused my intention. I as a little girl. I was like i want this. I want this and what it did. Is it registered. The signature of who they were were the signature and they basically had come from source. So that clicked in my brain my physical brain because when you see something it imprint has an imprint on your brain so that is how i reconnect. Because it's it's been with me my whole life so now i just quickly go back to that frequency and reconnect with that signature instantaneously. Thank you for sharing that. He is something that. I think we can all take it simple. Just ask the last question. That i asked all the magic guests. How would you advise the all magic listeners. To create their own magic the first thing is you have to believe you know. I think that is the biggest problem. is you know. People don't realize that their conscious mind is saying. I want this to happen in my life. And their subconscious mind is saying this will never happen. I'm a failure. Nothing good happens to me. The universe is going to is going like well. Which one is it and nothing happens. And all you have to do is let go of these subconscious thoughts and replace it with the belief. The second you do that then your frequency your emotion. Everything aligns with that belief and so the next time you ask for something. You're all lynn. You're one hundred percent aligned with the miracle that you want to create the magic that you want to create so i think that is the problem. And that is the process There's a to tool. I mean a methodology. Also that i have is called the creative formula. Mastering the creative formula which helps you identify what the subconscious blocks are before you can create so just think about it this way. I think that is what is needed to create that magic in your life so beautifully said when it comes to creating for me i had such a major block for a long period of time because was letting my ego and my spiritual ego and everything getting away and then when i was like you know what i'm just going to riot and not judge it and just see what comes through like some funny stuff. It was beautiful. It was fun to write. And i think that letting that go just let allowed to tap back into my creativity. And so i'd love to hear your creative formula or i guess. Go visit your website to see your creative formula. Yeah in a nutshell is The intention how to articulated properly you'd be surprised. How many people want something. They don't know how to articulated..

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'Zombie' Urchins Are Wiping Out Kelp Forests

Environment: NPR

01:52 min | 10 months ago

'Zombie' Urchins Are Wiping Out Kelp Forests

"California francisco. has a sea urchin problem. They've exploded in numbers off the northern california coast and these purple spiky urchins are wiping out crucial kelp forests so scientists are searching for ways to slow him down. Here's npr's laura summer diving. A kelp forest is a lot like walking through a real forest. The seaweed is thirty to sixty feet tall. It's very surreal. You're kind of coming around. And then you have this large canopy over you. That's kind of filtering light. At least that's how it used to be says. Meredith mcpherson a graduate student at uc santa cruz. She and her colleagues found that ninety. Five percent of kelp forests have disappeared in counties north of san francisco. Cal provides a key habitat for all kinds of marine life. We were expecting something like that. But it doesn't really make it any easier to digest in terms of the actual loss of the coastal ecosystem because of an ecological double whammy. I came marine heat. Wave known as the blob. Water temperatures rose far above normal then came a more direct attack. Purple sea urchins. Their veracious grazers. They devour kelp. Sometimes we see dozens of them. Crawling up the stem of the kelp and kind of taking it down from there. Normally urchins are kept in check by their main predator off northern california a giant starfish sea star scientists call them known as the sunflower see star. But they've been wiped out by sea star wasting disease. Scientists think that both the disease the blob of warm water were made worse by climate change even now with most of the kelp off northern california gone the urgency

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"grazer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"grazer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview in March of 2005. Financier Jeffrey Epstein. Is that a charity benefit in New York City? Wall Street Titans are in attendance. Rod Stewart is booked perform in a photo taken that night. Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward hiss so that his smirking lips Grazer Temple Epstein is tanned and relaxed, and he looks like he doesn't have a care in the world. On that same day. 1200 Miles south, a 14 year old girl in Palm Beach, Florida gives a statement to the police that will launch an investigation. But maybe Epstein is right not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women have to say. Their insights were ignored as the feds and then the state made this case go away. Mr. Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence of 360 years at a minimum. But that's not what happened because there was a Our dynamic here wasn't there. The recent charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a Cabinet member and tarnish the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here is a group of people and I got to say mostly men who talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning as a cartel. A very simple question. Who is Jeffrey Epstein? Who is Jeffrey Epstein, who is in his inner circle. The mystery of Jeffrey Epstein's well has never been tired. He started as adults and teacher right teacher at the private school in Manhattan. From wondering the company behind Dirty John and the shrink next door comes the mysterious Mr Epstein. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one I heart radio. Did you know Presented by I Heart radio. You know what you're listening to right now. Did you know that I heard radio not only let you listen to all your.

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"grazer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"grazer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"His so that his smirking lips Grazer Temple Epstein is tan and relaxed, and he looks like he doesn't have a care in the world On that same day, 1200, Miles south, a 14 year old girl in Palm Beach, Florida gives a statement to the police that will launch an investigation. But maybe Epstein is right not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women had to say Their insights were ignored as the feds and then They made this case go away. Mr Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence of 360 years. At a minimum. That's not what happened because there was a power dynamic here wasn't their recent charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a Cabinet member and tarnished the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here is a group of people and I got to say mostly men who talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning. As a cartel. A very simple question. Who is Jeffrey Epstein? Who is Jeffrey Abstain, who is in his inner circle? The mystery of Jeffrey have seen 12 has never. He started as a Dalton, teacher teacher at the private school in Manhattan. From wondering the company behind Dirty John and the shrink Next door comes the mysterious Mr Epstein. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, saying the president.

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Conversation with the head of mental health startup Frame Teletherapy

20 Minute Fitness

05:20 min | 1 year ago

Conversation with the head of mental health startup Frame Teletherapy

"Hey Candle. Thank you for coming onto the show they are having me. Yeah. It's certainly being a crazy period of time right now at the time of this recording, we're not only facing a pandemic, but also simultaneously a heatwave and wildfires here in California one could say is little bit much right now and in this little surprised that we're feeding a little bit more. Stressed and anxious than usual. I'm saying this because we couldn't have found a better time to record this podcast about Tele therapy and your business frame. Maybe you can tell us what frames all about. Yeah. So I am the CO founder and CEO Frame the mental wellness platform that makes it easier to connect with therapists mid different ways both in person and digitally we actually Offered to core services on our platform the first one is for people who I've never been therapy and just WANNA, learn a little bit more about it and for them we offer our digital discussions which are livestream conversations between licensed therapist and volunteer participants that you can watch anonymously from the comfort of your own home. So it's like a veteran or how should imagine. It. So basically, what we do is we wanted to create a way for people to see what happens in an actual therapy session. So it's completely free product. It's available to everyone in the country and these conversations mirror what a real therapy session would be like in real life. So we've on boarded in trained licensed therapists from all over the country they we pick different. Topics, and then we bring on volunteer participants. These are real people who share their real problems on camera and you can listen and we actually built a custom platform so that you can actually watch lives men. There's interactive tools where you can submit questions in therapist answers them for you at the end of the recession or if you WANNA watch on your own time. We have a content library of the past recorded sessions. Wow. That's great unlike just to give us an idea what what sorts of topics being discussed on their great asset because you again, I really wanted to create a product that sort of educates people not only on what happens in therapy the different types of therapies even work with also about the different topics and so. We really try to pick topics that are relevant to what's going on right now. So obviously, we launched actually during covid where a new startup and obviously it was a really hot topic right there to talk about working right home adjusting to life. We actually did a lot of topics around people who are losing their jobs during Cova did and now we shifted to. The black lives matter. Movement we we did a series on racial trauma and how it's affected different people from different perspectives, and now we've been really focusing of recently on burn out and how people are really sort of just feeling. So achieved and down about the current situation in the world in how you identify Burnett, and how you deal with that, right? Yeah I can. Totally imagine that with many of us actually working from home right now and not taking any vacation burn notice on the horizon for many of us exactly, and then we actually have a second service on a platform of for those that are ready to talk with therapist one on one we have a therapy matching service and we actually will match you as a therapist. Based on your personal needs. So you end you come onto our platform you answer ten questions we give you six options of therapist matches, facilitate free intro call. So you can call a couple of get a sense for me. Thank you connect with best and then you scheduled to our platform you do the video sessions or a platform and you pay for farm. So it's A one stop shop for therapy and how does like you matching algorithm matched me like what what do you like through those ten questions in how does that look actually on the therapist end? Yeah. So we spent a lot of time building out the matching algorithm. My co-founder sage grazer is a licensed therapist so that really helped but while we were building the product. We actually brought in about ten to twenty therapists and we interviewed them and we got a better sense for how they screen for clients in real life, and we use those inputs to help build our algorithm but I think another important factor of this is that you algorithms can't fully predict chemistry. So just like a dating APP, you go on multiple dates before you find. Your soulmate, and so we really wanted to create that experience as well. We're not gonNA just pick a therapist for you. So we really focused on getting the right types of therapists in front of you, and then we want to empower our users to pick the therapist and we're getting a lot of anecdotal feedback that saying I've actually called three or four of the. Therapists on the lesson. This one happened to be a college athlete and so was I. we really connected on that and those are just things that you're not gonna get an intake form on them out organically when you're having this conversation because it's really hard to judge a therapist just based on his profile resume, right? So I, I can totally imagine that you know approach. To Kinda Dede's a few therapists to find the right fit for me. Exactly and it's really about therapy is different than other doctors. You know when you're getting surgery, you kind of want to know where the doctor go to school and how many surgeries have been done when it comes to therapists. It's really about who do you feel most comfortable talking to I. Honestly. Couldn't even tell you where my therapist got her masters for around and you know I've been to some of the most you know world renowned therapists. I've waited six months to see them and you don't necessarily click with them. So it's really just about that. There is that sort of live interaction that you can. You can only feel for when you're talking to yourself rights.

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"grazer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"grazer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And if it in New York City, Wall Street titans are in attendance, Rod Stewart is booked to perform in a photo taken that night. Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward his so that his smirking lips Grazer Temple Epstein is tan and relaxed, and he looks like he doesn't have a care in the world on that same day, 1200 Miles south. A 14 year old girl in Palm Beach, Florida gives a statement to the police that will launch an investigation. But maybe Epstein is right. Not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women had to say Their insights were ignored as the feds and then the state made this case go away. Mr Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence. 360 years at a minimum, but that's not what happened because there was a power dynamic here wasn't there. The recent charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a Cabinet member and tarnished the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here is a group of people and I got to say mostly men who Talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning as a cartel. From ABC New sign chucks and saying things like this year, but tell you the truth. No, nobody's seen this, and that's the concern that we're all worried about. You come in, and whether not that water can receive before the second comes back into the mayor of the Peninsula.

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Lyft revenue and riders fall by more than half

Squawk Pod

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Lyft revenue and riders fall by more than half

"RIDESHARE lift reports a huge decline in revenue and maybe forced to suspend operations in California people that depend on it. What is the alternative I mean? You may not have any contingency plan hitchhiking danger

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Boston - Search Underway for 8-Year-Old Brockton Girl

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Search Underway for 8-Year-Old Brockton Girl

"Later and brought in a frantic search is underway for an eight year old girl not seen since last night grazer Dora's family says she was last seen around eight o'clock in their apartment on Ames street she's described as being five feet tall a hundred twenty pounds last seen wearing black shorts a red Bridgewater shirt and a Winnie the Pooh had bam anyone with information on grace's whereabouts is asked to please call Brockton

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"grazer" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"grazer" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Yeah I have I am not a mosque to eat breakfast all ends the same way I'm not well we're not gonna prime rib night forty breakfast yes yes but I I am impressed by the wit law I'm impressed too I mean I'm not a huge knocker like I don't really snack on a lot of stuff that I do yeah you are because you're older grazer I don't eat meals I graze all day long yeah I eat thirteen times today I'm not not joking that's how I eat okay joy with the news this is the headline news all I just bye yeah bad not healthy I used to like a cartoon like where the cartoons religiously like dump the food is gone the last day of Michael Jordan said he was offended that the media compared to Clyde Drexler when the two met in the NBA finals and Clyde responded to MJ's this joining plenty of other players I'm happy with the comments of Jordan made in the dock said Michael documentary escort obviously it's going to be from his perspective a lot of guys didn't like each other from other teams but as you get older you gotta you gotta get beyond all of those low in some respect from people you play clips of you get your it's not it's not one garbage you can have fifty points reported results that you lose all your leftover player than anybody on the other so it's a dream game so I hate when people act like your individual competition I didn't take their departure out of twenty three does not go to school forty one well shot M. J. their plan J. earned his way to the free throw line he was files well look here's the thing about the the the last dance documentary and everybody's reaction to it first of all if you participated in the documentary in any capacity in Europe said didn't I I don't have a huge amount of sympathy for you because it's like a burden right as Michael Jordan is you play with Michael Jordan you of all people should know how Michael Jordan is also don't get it twisted the reason we're interested in this is because of Michael Jordan like that was a great team I would love that you know I was great Michael Jordan so Michael Jordan had approved the documentary happening that means it's a Michael Jordan mentoring ask anybody else to make use of what is that Michael Jordan you know better you know what the other thing I've had people say this to me why do you think he retired and I've always said his father's life was taken but you know when you really watch that documentary what became really clear Michael had so much of the offense of birth Pippin was never a natural twenty five games scoring was a great pleasure to coach was a more finesse player although we could score twenty five you couldn't rely on Tony to give you twenty five the centers were mediocre scores current packs or shooters not scores right I can give you six seven big shots over a week but the reality is if you go back to that ninety eight season my takeaway is once Pippen got hurt Michael was it it's amazing it's the best basketball team like the warriors got Durant could struggle plays hot I you have games were step just struggled doesn't matter Jiran clay and it wasn't just it wasn't just Pittman Rodman's gone doing whatever he's doing not coming to practice like he's dealing with the media every second of every day asking the same question literally every single media scrum like if there is a lot that he was dealing with but my thing is like you're getting mad at Michael Jordan for being Michael Jordan A. N. D. there's a reason why he gets to make these calls when you when you become the greatest that something or you are great at something you're the only one that can do something you'll get to make decisions everybody else doesn't get to make because your the best there's a reason why he's the best he worked hard to be the best yes you have natural talent for any other business if you're the best that's something people come to you like Hey Howard Stern what do you think about this what's your call on this take what Howard says and then they do it I think that the necessarily have to because if I would start with the one thing from Oprah and Oprah says you know what this is how we should do it they do it when you're the best that's something you get to make those calls yup you make those calls yeah my cell then you can make those calls thank you it looks good in recent workout videos as he continues to come back from his injury certainly does the dolphins still have Ryan Fitzpatrick in case too it isn't ready to go when the season starts but multiple NFL coaches reporter they believe that it's a foregone conclusion that too it will be the dolphins week one starter I am starting to believe that he will be doing so that that is I was looking down at my notes week one foregone conclusion well that's going to be the feeling yeah and and look I would like to speak to a be in a situation similar to Patrick Mahomes where you can sit for a year you know maybe you need some extra time I'm not a doctor I don't know but to his star power is just probably not going to permit that happening even if they did start the season with Ryan Fitzpatrick it Brian seems to struggle at all in any capacity there's going to be a ground swell for to it to get out there it's just he he's he's already has too much of a platform to set like Patrick Mahomes not playing this first year we didn't we're quite sure what Patrick Mahomes was yet like we had an opportunity to see that I think I can take some two is going to start and this team's gonna make the playoffs I just changed my mind I got so much of the buzz right now yeah you're you're not leaving Miami needs a star recorder that they do here absolutely there's no out there that you cannot do a guy you've got to be a star to many just guys bouncing around the dolphins give me a star Gimme two I'm very excited you are finally the ram has an update for their preseason schedule yesterday they host the saints and their first preseason game of the year on Friday August fourteenth which is scheduled to be the first ever events held in the new so five stadium it's beautiful I fly over it's done a nap now that's an old picture it will be ready to go the Chargers first preseason game is August sixteenth against the cowboys and they're going to to share this facility which is beautiful but yeah it's so it is it is on track to be done how about these construction workers that work on top of that stadium how do they do it yeah I don't I don't like heights I don't mind heights but certain every once in awhile kind of get near something on like elevators in big buildings I don't like yeah I don't like elevators anyway but yeah those those ones go up like seventy flights flying I got over flying long ago accepted a bid to help a young helicopters like I've been in those couple times when a helicopter there when you're stationary injure hovering above something plans I'm just you're going four hundred miles an hour I usually get really scared on planes and then one day literally I was sitting on the plane and was like if something goes wrong I can do nothing about it I have zero control the situation so I'm just going to sit here and wear my seat belt and you know hopefully we get that that's exactly how I look at my marriage I have no control over it if we crash I'm just gonna put a seat belt on and why you have no you have no way of keeping it no no I mean hi to somebody else is flying the plane and Florida in the final plan so I just I just hope it doesn't crash I got my seat belt on I just don't can't control it that's how I look America used to be petrified and I just said Monday gave up just a minute you know it's easier because I because the job of the man is very upset when I say that but it's running through and flooding join the news well that's the news thanks for stopping by okay we're going to do it it's it's national spelling bee day and the staff said okay we're going to do the the the spelling bee with Colin Parris Colin so we're gonna here we go with the spelling bee is coming up next the sport spelling date around the corner what's the number one side of a bad home security system home security system is so complicated that you would just never use it that is the opposite of simply safe they design mares so you go to.

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A Deep Dive Into Kelp Killers

PODSHIP EARTH

09:48 min | 2 years ago

A Deep Dive Into Kelp Killers

"This week. I traveled to California's Mendocino county to scuba dive with local. Oh abalone fishermen Jank Lincoln's and Mike Escrow from the California Ocean Protection Council to get a firsthand look the impact that warmer waters lessee the stars and a massive increase in Purple Sia jains a having on everything from Kelp to abalone. I meet up with Mike Escrow. Who's is the marine ecosystems program manager the Ocean Protection Council Luckily for me. Mike's also a dive Mazda a former C. ground fellow and and hold a master's degree from cal State Monterey Bay in Marine protected areas might where are right now. We're here at Pebble beach on the North Coast and Sonoma's county and we're going to go out and try to see some abalone but probably gonNA see a lot of very much kelp unfortunately okay so in front of us. We have this yellow bag and it's got a lot of equipment that quite remember what I'm GonNa do is so well we got right. Here is as we have your scuba tanks so all your errors in here we got your. CD that stands for buoyancy compensation device and so that's going to help you adjust buoyancy underwater as you get a little deeper grier. GonNa add some areas. You get a little shallower. You're gonNA that Samaria out. We got regulator here which we're going to hook up to the tank so that you can breathe underwater. That's important all your rubber. All your neoprene so so that's GonNa keep you nice and toasty in that water which is probably about between fifty and fifty five degrees right now so you'll be glad you have that wetsuit in that best and it sounds like you know what you're doing which which has got because I'm glad I'm here. I hope I know what I'm doing. I've been now instructor for a few years now. So what do we do next should be putting your B. C. D. on your tank so I'm going to show you how you do that. This big strap goes around. How much do we have in this tank so this is this is a steel eighty so so you got eighty cubic feet of air in here dependent on your air consumption. That's probably anywhere between thirty five fifty five minutes air but we'll be checking in judge others air supply as we go through the coal now go ahead and turn it on you can hear it pressure as and we'll test it so most important thing second-stage's. That's purge valves. If you ever get any water you can just press that right. They'RE GONNA go ahead and take a breath. Make sure it's working compressed Air Nice. This is your alternate second-stage right here so that that's just the backup so take breath. This make sure it's working right. I love that first breath of pressure as their morning warning. This is an important piece right here. Here's your console all the data. This is all the data exactly this and piece of data right there. This is how much air you have in your tank and then he got a compass sounds. Jack's going to be doing most of our navigation today but if you want I want you can play around with the compass a little bit and help you navigate under water. We're not going down deep enough or stand down long enough to worry about kind of decompression but it's going to have so that's it. I feel good all right. I feel like I know what I'm doing now. So do we get changed now. I think it's GONNA be easiest to get changed now. Okay so we got booties. They probably go on last well. Maybe the hat goes on last-second. Say here's your suit so this is about seven or eight millimeter state is gonNA keep yeah yeah okay so go ahead and get that on once. You're all suited up. I'm going to do the same okay regret pefect before I go ensued up. I asked Jiang Lincoln's and local resident who's led the campaign to bring attention to abalone collapse and who will be leading today's dive to explain the device is now calibrating okay so I work with reef check which is a volunteer data collecting organization in California and I collect abalone Loni data for them. I measure the sizes of Abalone what I'm showing you. Here are some special calipers designed by Josh Russo who is also also a reef check diver specifically for measuring Abalone so that you can do it quickly underwater and it uses a plastic paper deeper and punches so you punch the paper on this zero location then as you measure abalone you punch and then when you're finished you can take the little piece of plastic paper out and measure all the size of the abalone is very fast very efficient and we can get up to one hundred fifty punches and one tank of air which is about half of what you need and a site to build evaluated super low tech yeah the little holes there yeah so from the histogram of size you can determine the size at maturity and you can determine the spawning potential ratio which is very important important in an abalone fishery okay so now for the moment truth. I have to actually get to freezing border. Okay this moment. I'm actually pretty nervous. I remember the last time I went scuba diving looking at the world fifty feet above my head and realizing that there was actually no way that I could make it out without at and unlike like the Caribbean and the border here murky and freezing okay now. I'm working with from the beach into the ocean. Okay I just was attempting to go down to the ocean floor but it's taking me a while to sort out the the right buoyancy level for this suit and God luckily I had gloves on because we were literally crawling along the ocean floor with our hands and the Purple Patch as far as I can see which admittedly was only about five feet but they I mean they were everywhere we stay down for about twenty minutes being moved around by very strong tidal surges and a lot of the time I talked just completely claustrophobic and directionless took a lot of effort to keep president and not give into fear it also took a while for my Easter just to the pressure which at first was just the pain was so intense and just crazy to painful bear then like magic. It disappeared getting out of the water. I'm filled with just so many emotions excitement to be exiting a very foreign weld Tara at the C. Hitch an infestation gratitude for Mike keeping me safe and the complete Adrenalin high just from being on this adventure then unfortunately we just starting to cough up some blood which I find out later was normal but at the time was just shocking okay mic that that was more of adventure than house quite intense coming in the water. Thank you for being such a good guide lead. Yeah you got it man. Absolutely as a challenging day we had limited visibility at say probably no more than five feet at any given time so pretty green down there and a lot of a lot of water movement so we were. We were blown back and forth pretty pretty good but with us fun it was. I just thought I was I mean I know I am cramp but like I just suddenly be floating floating back and I'm like Mike so when you see where we came out of the warden and you're like there's a lot of said made me feel a teeny bit. That's definitely the surgeon. I've experienced but I'm not a north coast either. I'm a I'm a Monterey diver so it gets it gets way more narrowly up here. So I mean to me is far as the I could see that were purple see the actions I mean it was he couldn't see that but as far as you could see they were everywhere yeah. There were a lot of them down. There and I think the craziest thing for me was just seeing how how how much they'd grazed. I mean they'd you know urgency grazers. They eat plants. They eat algae and they'd grazed everything down to bare rock. So's is pretty much urgency. As far as the I could see I mean I've never heard of them. Described as grazes yeah that's a technical term yeah but they're there and so the sea stars used to eat them mm-hmm and then they will wiped out. Yes exactly so so what happened is the sea stars are one of the major urging predators specially a couple of big species so sunflower stars which are picnic. Odia and giant giant spine stars which are species of highs astor. Those guys got hit really hard by sea star. Wasting disease started in twenty thirteen thirteen twenty fourteen really wipe those guys out and so without those natural predators to keep him in check. The purple urging just exploded so quickly though I mean like the timeframe Yo Tokiwa Matt is just kind of like often I think about climate changes slowly moving in like this has happened quick. Yeah I mean this is this is pretty much instantaneous. Ania on a on an ecological scale which is really

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"grazer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Brian grazer he is the co founder of imagine entertainment partner Ron Howard he has reduced such seminal films as Apollo thirteen liar liar eight mile he is behind the television show Arrested Development and twenty four and so many others is films and television work have grossed about forty billion dollars right yes that's a is good enough. yeah and his most recent book is called face to face the art of human connection let's talk a little bit about how you mean connections of help you in your career in your early life you weren't much of a reader right but you learns that conversations with people became crucial to your. intellectual growth and professional growth how did you reach this insight and how is it come out even even to this day has enough well I mean the techniques of which are are are embedded in the stories in this book that we're talking about called in face to face the art of human connection because you can't really have can't get Corp you can't get promoted without looking at somebody connecting so but but I of always tried to have stories that had universal themes so we're talking about a beautiful mind which is a which we won an Oscar for it I did and it and the thing about that is that the universal theme wasn't really about schizophrenia and it wasn't about winning a Nobel Prize it was much more about love that loved the power of love is a you which is a universal force can get you through a locked in this case it was schizophrenia and then his ability to win a Nobel Prize in economics so basically I found that by taking the opportunity to look at people when I walk through the street in New York as opposed to my phone because I can look at my phone all the time that's always gonna be there and I love my phone in it prizes so much information but if I'm walking the street in New York I'm looking at people and I'm trying to. feel or into it like what's going on in the world right now right I thrive on human connection because human connection is you feel people's hearts and you don't feel their heart on an iPhone and they don't feel your heart and the only way to move people enough to promote you or in the case of romance and move the girl to want to like you or be with you or see something intrinsically valuable is through their hard through a spirit it's just the that's just really the way it works and so whether you're in technology whatever the thing you're doing you have to have face to face connection otherwise you're just not going to advance your cause let's talk about some of the communicators you discussed in the box okay some people that you've engaged in conversation and it's changed the course of at least entertainment and probably some people slider so I was making movies Spike Lee which film was a it was called inside man of course are right here in Washington so basically I've known Spike Lee for a while we both were nominated for Oscars he for do the right thing and I was for another movie and we have so we met each other under very prevalent situation and I love do the right thing it was just so inventive in so many ways cinematically he he handled a pretty heavy subject in a row the most evolved ways in a medically known as ever done that and I was going to work with them so many years have gone by we just never could figure it out and I put a lot of effort into trying to figure it out now it's about eight or nine years later and I have a movie that that I'm going to make an he came in to talk about it but we saw a little bit differently and I walked him to the elevator I pressed the button and it's only had to go seven floors in in those mmhm singular moments right he looked up at me like he's never looked at me before I felt it differently and he looked me in the eyes and he said this is the. movie I wanna make Scott a pulled up from behind his back it's called inside man I already had another director on it but he looked me in the eyes is I want to make this movie it's going to be successful and more importantly it's going to be a successful work relationship for you and me I promise you it'll be a great experience literally an elevator pitch seven floors that's what it was. and I felt him. and I and he really probably did exactly you know he did it you know he did one of the techniques that I would describe in the book actually but he did it I felt the power of it the authenticity of it I sell I felt that I felt his soul and honestly and so I said yes and I let the other director go which wasn't easy and best of even a little expensive but worth it I guess this became like one of the most profitable maybe the most profitable movie for universal that yeah that's that's amazing and the the I I know the most profitable before spike in his career and huge firm dans L. and then me and that's on top so is there a real real big win and the probably as as importantly it we it ended well he did provide me a great work experience he collaborated he's awesome he's talented and collaborative you can't beat that coming up we continue our conversation with Brian grazer film producer and co.

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"grazer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Brian grazer he is the co founder of imagine entertainment with his partner Ron Howard he has reduced such seminal films as Apollo thirteen liar liar eight mile he is behind the television show Arrested Development and twenty four and so many others is films and television work have grossed about forty billion dollars right yes that's a is good enough. yeah and his most recent book is called face to face the art of human connection let's talk a little bit about how you mean connections of help you in your career in your early life you weren't much of a reader right but you learns that conversations with people became crucial to your. electoral growth and professional growth how did you reach this insight and how is it come out even even to this day Hauser well I mean the techniques of which are are are embedded in the stories in this book that we're talking about called in face to face the art of human connection because you can't really have you can get for you can't get promoted without looking at somebody connecting so but but I of always tried to have stories that had universal themes. we're talking about a beautiful mind which is a which we won an Oscar for it I did and it and the thing about that is that the universal theme wasn't really about schizophrenia and it wasn't about winning a Nobel Prize it was much more about love that loved the power of love is a you which is a universal force can get youth through a locked in this case it was schizophrenia and then his ability to win a Nobel Prize in economics so basically I found that by taking the opportunity to look at people when I walk through the street in New York as opposed to my phone because I can look at my phone all the time that's always gonna be there and I love my phone of any prize is so much information but if I'm walking in the street in New York I'm looking at people and I'm trying to. feel or into it like what's going on in the world right now right I thrive on human connection because human connection is you feel people's hearts and you don't feel their heart on an iPhone and they don't feel your heart and the only way to move people enough to promote you or in the case of romance and move the girl to want to like you or be with you or see something intrinsically valuable is Sir they're hard through a spirit which is the that's just really the way it works and so whether you're in technology whatever the thing you're doing you have to have face to face connection otherwise you're just not going to advance your cause let's talk about some of the communicators you discussed in the books okay some people that you've engaged in conversation and it's changed the course of at least entertainment and probably some people's lives so I was making movies Spike Lee which film was that it was called inside man of course are right here in Washington so basically I've known Spike Lee for a while we both were nominated for Oscars he forward do the right thing and I was for another movie and we yes we met each other under very prevalent situation and I love do the right thing it was just so inventive in so many ways cinematically he he handled a pretty heavy subject in a row the most evolved way is in a medically known as ever done that and I was going to work with them so many years have gone by we just never could figure it out and I put a lot of effort into trying to figure it out now it's about eight or nine years later and I have a movie that that I'm going to make an he came in to talk about it but we saw a little bit differently and I walked him to the elevator I pressed the button and it's only had to go seven floors in in those mmhm singular moments right he looked up at me like he's never looked at me before I felt it differently he looked me in the eyes and he said this is. movie I wanna make Scott any pulled up from behind his back it's called inside man I already had another director on it but he looked me in the eyes is I want to make this movie it's going to be successful and more importantly it's going to be a successful work relationship for you and me I promise you it'll be a great experience literally an elevator pitch seven floors up to what it was and I felt him. and I and he really probably did exactly you know he did a you know he did one of the techniques that I would describe in the book actually but he did it I felt the power of it the authenticity of it I sell I felt that I felt his soul and honestly and so I said yes and I let the other director go which wasn't easy and bands of even a little expensive but worth it I guess this became like one of the most profitable maybe the most profitable movie for universal that yeah that's that's amazing and the that guy no the most profitable before spike in his career and huge firm dans L. and then me and that's on us so is there a real real big win and the probably as as importantly it we it ended well he did provide me a great work experience he collaborated he's awesome he's talented and collaborative you can't beat that coming up we continue our conversation with Brian grazer film producer and co founder of.

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"grazer" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Not at all one include bombs to me I'm just five different I heard George Hanson that I heard the full year the two blood. the true blood guy never her job okay a let me live my life all right right and everybody else can be delusion I can't be losing losing okay I'm just telling. they know damn straight okay coffee I heart radio the president's club are you ready you want to change. you know the world. morning everybody is D. J. envy Angela yee show me the guy we ought to breakfast probably got a special guest in about it yes indeed Brian grazer welcome Sir thank you yeah but.

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"grazer" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"The people that always given okay listen from too late never yes. I don't claim now with RBC Jono. you sit in the leg March eighth nineteen. Mike Colter no he said. I'll keep tally Tyrese. not at all one include bombs to me I'm just five different I heard George Hanson that I heard the full year the two blood. the true blood guy never her job okay a let me live my life all right right and everybody else can be delusion I can't be losing losing okay I'm just telling. they know damn straight okay coffee I heart radio the president's club are you ready you want to change. you know the world. morning everybody is V. J. envy Angela yee show me the guy we ought to breakfast probably got a special guest in about yes indeed Brian grazer welcome Sir thank you yeah but I got.

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The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

01:58 min | 2 years ago

The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

"Titans are in attendance. Rod Stewart is booked perform in a photo taken that night and and Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward his that his smirking Lips Grazer Temple Epstein is Tan and relaxed and he looks like he he doesn't have a care in the world on that same day twelve hundred miles south a fourteen year old girl in Palm Beach Florida gives a statement the police that will launch an investigation but maybe epsteins right not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women had to say. Their insights insights were ignored as the the feds and then the state made this case go away it would take more than a decade for Epstein to face justice for his actions. A wealthy money manager is accused of sex trafficking and molesting underage girls today. He's one of the most notorious criminals of our time but for most host of his life he was an enigma phrase by past and future presidents princes and Nobel Prize winners a charming guy somebody that people people wishing to and respect it in adored. He owned mansions and private islands. He believed could buy whatever he wanted. Social Status Academe it respect sex even justice. Mr Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence of three hundred and sixty years at a minimum. That's not what happened because there was a power dynamic care wasn't there the reason charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a cabinet minute member and tarnish the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here's a group of people and I gotta say mostly men who talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning as a cartel a very simple question who is Jeffrey Epstein is

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A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

10:08 min | 2 years ago

A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

"Today. We're discussing. Sometimes it comes back for you where it's more boring name it. Chapter Two starring Jessica chastain James mcevoy Bill Hater Isaiah Mustafa Jay Ryan James Ran Soon Andy Bear. Some of these people have to just be happy their names on a poster oester. I mean who the hell some of these guys the old spice guy because his name above the title and Bill Skarsgard as pennywise directed by a Andy Machete this is Arnie Coz now playing and the fun is just beginning Ed Stewart and this is the host who still insists he sees the ghost Jacob it aftermath aftermath wow as Stephen King Fan as somebody really into Stephen King around the time this came out of you. Remember dark tower came out right before this. I was actually buying a couple of Stephen King Trotsky to go on my bookshelf with all my Stephen King Books. They're made like a Jack torrens action figuring things and I'm like you know they don't make too much of this so I'll get a couple of these and put them up there. It exploded merchandising for every Stephen King thing. There's a hot wheels Christine. There are more pennywise figures that I can count what I'm not kidding. Wow Yeah so ooh many pennywise toys of all price points this has opened a floodgate on Stephen King that has never been opened before merchandising him to the Gen xers. I think so what does that mean. I mean we all know what merchandise meant and fanning the love of Star Wars. What would it mean to hold a bobblehead. Ah pennywise Ernie called GEN-X. You GotTa Buy Your Co.. POPs gets by stuff by toys by Chachis of stuff you like and Stephen King's. The big caught thing now so let's just how the market is. Is it selling yeah okay. I mean I didn't buy any of it. The moment you know what I liked about it when it was niche and there was like two things I loved it when every week. I'm getting an email this new pennywise doll for two hundred dollars. I'm like fuck it pennywise varian Syrian funk. Oh pops are there. Oh my God so many long tongue pennywise bloody pennywise smiling pennywise frowning penny wise spider pennywise okay this kind. It helps me understand why you were so into skarsgard. They've really been able to magnify what was a very small part of the film really wasn't in that many scenes and by my impression Russian he was only good in about half of them so how he has lived on in the minds of the viewer is through merchandise he made an impression he scarred us and and now two years later he's coming back to finish the job yeah and again. I'd equate to a Freddy Kruger. I'd think it's the closest thing we've had to a horror icon. In a long time and Freddie never had that much screen time it was people talking about Freddie and Robert Englund Cameo films. You know so and I think merchandising we've made every Jason we've made every Friday. Oh my God pennywise we have something new to sell but the highest grossing nightmare on Elm Street movie wouldn't begin to touch the gross of of this fill it goes well beyond the reach of a horror audience. I mean this. There were people in my neighborhood I walk my dog and churchgoing folk who I would never suspect suspect to have opened a cover of Stephen King said. Oh it's coming out soon people. I would not imagine demographics that do not see any other horror. Film are are coming out this weekend and why the impression I got was they really loved the kits. Yeah I think that I it was huge and almost every viewing was sold allow. When I went to go see this Friday night theaters packed yeah you can keep going on about penny wise and I think you're right for a certain level of people that loves horror ICONOGRAPHY. That's a thing thing but I feel like in mass. The reason why this is so beloved because it goes those children were so good and it connected to childhood so well and that's the struggle of chapter or two. I know that the kids are coming back in some role but the torch is being passed. It will now be for new actors. That didn't even have the job when the first movie he came out. What's funny is before it chapter one came out the sequel was in pre production. You know the studio knew what they had right and so when they were you're doing pre release interviews with the cast they asked the young kids who would you like to play you and Young Beverly said Jessica chastain and that kind of makes sense I mean chastain had had worked with Michetti before and I mean how many red headed actress sent me as I mean. It's either her Dallas Broward Sophie Turner from X. Expend Dark Phoenix twenty seven years later. That's great highlight store here. Maybe and then Wolford said Bill Hater. Those actually happened yeah yeah. I don't know how much they had already envisioned for chapter to win. Two years ago it blew up. They had talked about it. The whole way through one is what it was. They kept saying if we do a two. Let's leave this hook here. Let's leave this here. Let's leave this vague enough here. They knew if the movie was successful while filming part one in sixteen. If this did well we would want to bring the kids back would want to have some flashbacks but we're gonNA focus mostly on the adults and they had vague the ideas but they did never script yeah they knew the parts of the book they had left behind and so that was a lot of material is a big ass book. They could make lots of movies out of what was remaining remaining of that but they didn't have a script. They didn't have a cast again. It wasn't called Chapter One. They shape the experience as total you could just watch that movie the and be done and that was the studio's. Choice Warner Brothers did that the makers want to call it the losers club so that it had a hook there for a second one and and I think the compromise was chapter one at the end credits. I stand by that. I think that movie does work as a standalone if it had bombed and we never got chapter two I think that would still be a satisfying the movie as far as the art goes and I appreciate that I like it when movies tell a story instead of teas another film to come out at some other point I also think I think that there is a lot of ret conning done in the film. We're here to talk about today. Oh yeah they didn't create a first chapter that set up a lot of things they're we're going to do in this film. That's why there's so many flashbacks yeah they had to correct it by bringing the kids back and they did d. h. them with CGI because kids at that age you know two three years later look very different. I noticed height differences. I noticed like some who were shorter than beverly in part one out taller than beverly only in part to but they made the faces look younger yeah. I noticed that at times. They look a little bit plastics. Oh okay that makes sense because they D- aged Regata de age. These teenage kids not only like that but I noticed some of the lip sync work. That ain't his voice. You know your voice changes to three years later. They can't say the lines like they would've in the summer of one thousand nine hundred nine so oh yeah you just get people that kinda sound like them but are not them. Jack Dillon Grazer was the one who looked most distracting to me like for some reason his face just look blake an old man made into a child and but this is expected to be huge based off the first one I mean the first one broke records chapter. Two is breaking a record. It's the Whitest ever released for an R rated film with over forty five hundred screens in the US alone and they were saying hundred ten million two hundred twenty million this weekend. It's already falling short of expectations though it is it made less in preview screenings than the first film. It's estimated now. It's going to make less over the weekend than the first film. What did the first film do. The first film got one hundred thirty five million the first weekend. I guess I didn't see that opening weekend side there. Wasn't the big crowd. I didn't realize I was so big right away. I thought that kind of had a slow burn so it's looking like this will be perhaps second-biggest and they're now readjusting estimates down to ninety ninety million. Maybe as low as eighty million compared to one hundred thirty five million for the sequel. I gotta think some of it is you don't see kids and is not an eighties period piece. The nostalgia culture isn't there to draw in the big audiences. I know when I saw it chapter one opening weekend. Neri empty seat in the house. When I saw this opening night it was about a two thirds full on the APP but a lot of people didn't show up like all the seats around me were Phil on the APP and people just didn't come. I think that's the result of that. AMC stubs premier as you can buy tickets for no money so you reserve seats and like I'm decided not to go interesting house in the same screening as you Arnie for Thursday I max we didn't see each other until after after it was all over with but I did also go back and saw matinee on Friday. There was almost nobody there so I have not had the experience that this is something the masses asses are turning out to but the numbers are saying something different even at one hundred million if that's less than expected. That's an amazing opening. That's huge yeah for an R rated Orville. Matt is amazing and like I said packed when I saw it. I do wonder when the reviews started coming out and I always avoid reuse but you always see headlines in that. There were some concerns turns and I wonder if that scares some people away like they were not buzzing like with chapter one. I didn't hear anything I didn't see any reviews before going in but this movie cost cost twice as much as the first one bigger actors in it so if it makes less this one costs seventy million dollars they had budget built in for de aging kids and they had named named actors who we know and some of whom need to redeem themselves from an earlier x men film this summer and needs a show they still can do good budget built in so they didn't have that crap. Raffia from the TV series and it's also longer they can't screen it as many times in a day because it adds. It feels like another hour. It's not quite that it's more more like forty five minutes but still it's two hours fifty minutes. It's almost three hours. We're talking to vendors level length here well. The first chapter one was also over two two hours but this goes beyond that by at least forty minutes so again for lots of reasons. If you know the book and hold the opinion I do the best stuff.

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"grazer" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"This easy kill Elliott commented grazer made so Zeke is gonna get paid more than girlie but there will be protections for the cowboys should Zeke screw up off the field I mean I think we can hammer home he hasn't totally screwed up he's just made some questionable decision right I mean I don't know I as the job I wouldn't say he's totally screwed up would you know I mean it is off the field stuff doesn't seem to Sirius but there was the domestic thing coming out which is still kind of up in the air like we don't really know the real story but that offense runs through him so I understand wanting to give him the the loot you know yes certainly so I guess the cowboys are have to get it figured out this week Daniel Jeremiah came on earlier and said Gavin's Chargers could make progress of Melvin Gordon early this week if it doesn't happen early this week it's going into the season Glazer was less optimistic I still think the the the number the best that that has been on the show from a guest today came courtesy of Bertie fragile in the opening our if you missed it week one last fifteen years divisional underdogs seventeen in for against the spread four divisional underdogs in week one the New York Giants the Green Bay Packers the Washington Redskins and the Denver Broncos I don't know how the Broncos are underdogs against the raiders I I agree so there's gonna be value in some of those so you gotta wait for the market to kind of settle here heading into the final dog days of the NFL preseason do you see any scenario that Antonio brown does not play week one I we did he play in the preseason game this week here I don't think he's even played a practice at all so I thought he was a backup practice with this helmet I haven't added without a practice rising yeah a little differently so I just I know there's like this threat that he could you know sit out until this gets resolved but I don't know I think will be the record I don't know what well I guess we got another week to give up our Superbowl picks actually two weeks right yeah what's funny is we have a pool around here at the Fox Sports radio studios what to buy in no it's a free one it's more of a prediction like everyone makes you know this will prediction out on a limb picks but a lot of people are just starting to pencil in the patriots win the AFC they're leaving the other spots blank but they're just starting out that that that's a given so head still in the patriots I mean listen I who else is there she's Steelers jet okay you yeah I was I was with you until then I got the chiefs were gonna progress we know that but I think if the Chargers were healthy if they had Gordon and when James I think you could definitely say them just like last year but without German James for ten weeks and Melvin Gordon up in the air yeah I mean people are overlooking Gordon is a top six running back in league right yeah I mean especially if you just go up production he's been extremely productive last and when James is a top six safety anally how can you just absorb those that that's gonna hurt that's gonna leave a mark badly yeah I would be I it's so weird who's the best defender on the patriots what's not Patrick Chung anymore not better John and that's the weird thing it's like people penciling in the patriots because a Brady Belichick is eight eight nobody else their best defender was Trey flowers a lost him to the lions in free agency so now you look at I guess it's got to be Gilmore right the quarterback he locked down now what's the name of the rams in the playoff game I mean Michael Bennett these these are the defensive line guys in the trenches for Belichick Dietrich Weiss Lawrence guy Mike panel and Michael Bennett not can overwhelm you with Belichick just knows the it's just better word everybody friggin scary so yeah next week show will be the college football primer I think I might have a mock draft coming out late next week of course a good twenty twenty NFL mock draft everybody loves a good mock draft I think I'm with Jeremiah the two it's got to be the first to a Miami and that would mean Josh Rosen probably will just never have a chance it looks good actually known in the fleet pieces and I meaning and if they take Kenny stills they're not gonna have Jack squat what the offense of line what do you expect from Justin Herbert you think he's going to be I'm just not a huge fan of his work he it's like you expect you watch these guys like okay he's gonna be something next year then you watch when you're like as in ceiling Daniel Jones I I just didn't reminds me of jerk off that he was really hyped and then you saw him playing it wasn't fascinating but what we're seeing is that it matters to the coach and system you get in the NFL right that's the key if you get the right coach who cares you know you get Jeff Fisher you're screwed get shot McVeigh Hey you got a chance like that's why I'm excited about Donald as Adam gase I mean I don't need to say it again fifty five touchdowns gays and Peyton manning great show thank.

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Should You Rent Grass-Mowing Goats?

BrainStuff

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Should You Rent Grass-Mowing Goats?

"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brainstorm production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren vocal bomb here in the latter half of the twentieth century. One George Ballas invented what he called the weed weed eater. It's a motorized we'd grass trimming device that uses rapidly revolving strings to cut down vegetation in small spaces without destroying the bark of trees. It's easy to use doesn't require much gas or electricity to run genius but perhaps not <music> as genius as humanities original weed eater domesticated ten thousand years ago goats of course using goats as mowers went wildly out of fashion for awhile in between that a now but using goats to maintain vegetation works just as well today. It did an ancient Mesopotamia goats are commonly used to control big swaths of land in cemeteries parks airports and even Google headquarters and though they don't cut grass and vegetation down as evenly as a piece of machinery there are a lot of benefits to using animals rather Ben Machinery and herbicides goats after all don't require petroleum products residential homes in the United States us about six hundred million gallons of fossil fuels each year on lawn maintenance and that doesn't even include green spaces like highway medians military. Hey Basis and public lands but we're there is vegetation goats can do a decent job of nine down invasive weeds in a more sustainable way. Also goats can turn that unwanted brush into milk meat and fiber like Kashmir. If you play your cards right goats are known for their nimble hooves which can get places a mower can't especially through rocky or wooded areas. They're also highly motivated and will accept the challenge of even the steepest slope Chicago's O'hare International Airport. Isn't it seventh season of using A. Mixed heard of goats sheep and donkey named Jackson to clear the grounds around the airport. All eleven acres. That's about four and a half actors in the past. They've also incorporated Llamas Alpacas into their grazing heard a plus goats eat a variety of different plants. They're not picky. Goats are browsers rather than grazers like cows and horses aggressors will keep the lawn mode but if you want an animal that will take a chance on an unusual looking vine goats are for you though practically always try plant they don't know and they can tolerate a wide variety of plant species though care should be taken to make sure there's nothing on the land that's outright toxic goats. Perhaps the only drawback is that you can't set goats out to work on their own. They need to be monitored because they're great escape artists. It's at O'hare national land cleaning is important because it keeps wildlife off the property because they can denude even the toughest bramble ticket the airport uses goats and other animals to take care of their stubborn overgrowth to keep wildlife and people safe. Wildlife composed safety concerns for aircraft taking off and landing and keeping the land cleared encourages animals to live elsewhere. If you want to rent a hurt of goat landscapers that's doable. There are many companies out there that will service your goat gardening needs and according to red wagon goats located here in Atlanta Georgia. Most residential customers can get their backyard cleaned up within the four hundred thousand dollar range depending on size and complexity. Today's episode was written by Jason Shields and produced by Tyler Clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's has stuff works for more in this lots of other Harry topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for more podcast iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts? Wherever ever you listened to your favorite shows would not story?

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"grazer" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"City. It's very well. Manicured everything in its place. Everything is premium proper in the right way. You've been to a lot of cities, especially a lot of free cities and a lot of free cities are not this clean. You know, there's, there's peasants in the street and stuff like that. You cannot see any of that here points in the plus column for dictatorships. Unfortunately, as you begin to walk into the city ringer begins to tell you about thrown the city of white thrones the capital and the province of thrown hole situated on the northern shore of they shouldn't make Quinnell von eldest daughter, Princess, Casio, sh- rules, white throne with L von ebeen, busy from what I am guessing on our conversations focused on the spread of attornal winter over all of Lehrman Casio currently running, most of Europe in her mother stead martial law has been declared in the city, making even more dangerous than usual for foreigners to venture outside of the relatively safe merchants quarter, patrols Avante Bearman, and winter guard are everywhere. Nevertheless,.

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Debbie, Tristan Alleman And Richard Simmons discussed on Living Healthy Podcast

Living Healthy Podcast

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Debbie, Tristan Alleman And Richard Simmons discussed on Living Healthy Podcast

"Me. When you think cardio, what comes to mind, Richard Simmons? Okay. Well, that's a throwback. But I think more like biking running cardio bunnies. Possibly. I mean. I know for me, I think about that because used to be one of those cardio bunnies. Just too afraid to try anything else in the gym. And that was mainly because I didn't really know what else to do in the gym. But here's the thing though, cardio is important. Ho important is it can't is really important. You know, it just helps with everything and helps build stronger hearts. It helps us burn fat and calories in a shorter amount of time. And that is why today's episode is all about cardio and why cardio is important for men. Women beginners more experienced gym goers and everyone in between. So I'm Candice, and I'm Andrew and this is the Libyan healthy podcasts. All about that cardio about that cardio. Bonnie. I Bala back cardio back party of funny. We're all about that Cardi about that cardio. We're buddies. Oh, yes. We'd sound. That's awesome. I do. I do have to ask you a question though, Kansas. Yes, What's a cardio bunny? What are we just think about okay, so cardio bunny is are those girls that just hang out on the treadmills or stair climbers and their grade? Yeah. Too. Timid little bunnies. I used to be one. Okay. Well, I just took a leap and decided to sing about without knowing what that is about. But okay, that's not bad. All right. Well, this show is all about cardio. So for that. We're going to be bringing back two guests. The first is elephant is personal training director Tristan alleman. And we also have dietitian Debbie with us here to help us understand the benefits of adding that cardio to your workout routine. So welcome back to the show guys. Thank you for having us here. Good to be back. So Tristan let's start with you the basic question why is cardio so important. Well, you know, of course, that all depends on your goal cardio is important for mainly two things. Probably the most obvious thing is to keep your heart, healthy, your heart and your lungs. You know, your heart's pretty much the most important muscle in your body. Right. So you gotta keep your heart strong. Also, you know to burn extra calories cardio has great benefit. You know, if you're trying to lose body fat. But another thing too is the thing that I experienced from cardio because I like to do cardio in the morning. It gets the oxygen flowing through your body early in the day or even in the middle of your day. Just so, you know, by the time to get you get to work or do what you do throughout the day. Your brain's kind of activated. You've got blood flowing through your body the oxygen going around your body and you like the early morning cardio. I really do. Oh my gosh. I cannot agree with that. I'll do the lunch thing. And maybe that helps me get past that afternoon stage totally so after work, and I know I drag myself to the gym, and I'm always so exhausted. But it makes sense because after work you now, I feel super energized yen. You gotta do. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Totally. So what kind of what what are some exercise that constitute cardio accounts is cardio? You know, anything that really gets your heart rate up. I think that could be considered cardio. Of course, like what most people think of is like the treadmill or the stairmaster the bikes elliptical you could do cardio when a group class. You know, the Zuma classes are great. It gets your heart rate up. You can even do hit training where you're doing strength training cardio combined. Really anything that gets your heart rate up would probably be considered cardio. So if I'm running and instead of just a really low level jog, I'm doing some hills. Well that be cardio for me that would be cardio Exxon. Okay. Just getting your heart rate up essentially, kind of anything that's going to do that. Exactly. What? How does it? You kind of mentioned the heart being such an important muscle of the money. What is it about cardio that affects the heart? Well, it makes your heart stronger. Right. So if you're if you're doing cardio and in you're not in good condition. Pretty much your heart has to pump a little bit harder to get the blood flowing throughout your body. Because it's not conditioned as you continue to push your body and get your get your heart. Use of strenuous exercise. Just like any other muscle. It's going to get stronger. So your heart's gonna be, you know, you're stroke volume in your heart, which is pretty much what controls how much blood is being pushed out per pump. Right. As you strengthen your heart, your stroke volume increases. Right. So your heart doesn't have to work as hard to push the amount of blood throughout your body. Okay. So on cardia center days, Debbie are there like certain foods that are better to eat on a cardio focus days. It makes more sense to actually just shift some of your calories to the hours surrounding your workout. Because you really wanna feel it rather than thinking about more volume Amore energy on one day versus another. I mean, you could certainly go about that. But actually, if you want to have the best cardio workout. You can you wanna top off your glycogen stores support that performance protect your muscles by getting. Adequate fuel pre and post. So how do you do that? Exactly. I mean, are there certain types of food that are better than others? Sure, I would stay away from anything really highly fatty and fibrous so things like, you know, really deep fried food, bacon cheese or high fiber food. Just the pre. Kim before maybe maybe you get a little bit of sodium boost. But that's, but you know, brand and the shelves of pumpkin seeds. They're not going to help their Tristesse in the high fiber category. But they're not going to help you for that workout would like an apple beforehand be okay. Or is that so you wanna look for non apples fine. You want to look for the the wholesome foods that you're going to choose through. But something that you can digest has to do with the timing. So for me, I don't really like to exercise with a full belly. So if I'm going to have a meal, and I have a substantial meal six eight hundred calories. It's going to be like three hours for me. If you're a Grazer and you're like, oh, well ahead a bowl of cereal an hour ago. Well, then you need eat something again before you go off and do your sixty minutes of your class or what what about like, a protein drinks are those necessary for pre or post cardio workouts. Or is that kind of more reserved for strength training days. You know protein in general is helpful. During your longer kind of aerobic work. That's that's over an hour. You're doing the high intensity interval training as far as supplementing with protein the there's somewhat of a benefit to either the protein shakes or putting a protein powder into a fluid because the liquid form it's just it's easier to digest than chewing through, you know, chicken meat or or what have you? It's just easier on your digestion. But still you don't need your body's not going to utilize more than a bulk of twenty to thirty grams of protein at that sitting in in terms of so you, you know, the concept of oh, I need more protein. Let me power down this, you know, sixteen ounce steak. No, no, right. You know, the four ounces is going to top you off like, that's it Tristan. What's your take on it? I mean, are you more of a like protein drink fan, or do you tend to just have like a glass of milk or something? Yeah. Totally I have used protein shakes in the past. I try to get all my protein through nutrition for the most part I usually use protein shakes for convenience. But you just have to be careful. There's so many supplement companies out there, you gotta make sure you're you have a high quality protein because a lot of this up liament companies have a lot of fillers that really aren't that great for you. So I'd like to use protein shakes for convenience. Do you find that it's best before or after your your workouts? Actually either. I I'm kind of like Debbie in the sense that I don't like to work out on a on a full stomach. So I usually would do it after just for for that. But the main thing is that you have an adequate amount of protein by the end of the day timing is very important for protein, but not as important as just eating the right amount. You know throughout the day for sure, you know, and ready to drink like sealed, a protein drink is easier to transport in gym bag like I'll get it in the freezer and let it thought out or something like that. If I want cold, it's just a little bit easier. Like you said timewise for convenience than going. Okay. We'll wears my ice packs to keep my heart. Buttocks gold. Right. You know, when I got appeal the shells and soon on everyone puts a chicken breast in their gym that the fortune tonight. Yeah. Okay. That's just

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What Was the Emu War?

BrainStuff

05:44 min | 2 years ago

What Was the Emu War?

"The story of the EMU war. It begins after World War One. When soldiers returned home to Australia. The government was eager to show its support for veterans take land, the government said grow wheat, and we'll pay handsomely for it. It was a mission for the bright and hopeful for men eager to, cultivate, their futures as they cultivated the soil in Western Australia. You could say the plan was flawed from the start the government had ninety thousand hector's that's two hundred twenty two thousand acres to go around. But that wasn't enough for the nearly five thousand veterans who wanted it land was doled out as it became available and the choicest lots were given away. I the remaining veterans Gotland in Perth, which was not ideal for farming. What's more in the years that followed the initial land handout in the early nineteen twenty s Western Australia, combated drought frost and a significant rabbit investation while veterans labored against the elements and the wildlife mounting financial challenges from the great depression. Threatened to undercut all they'd been promised the trillion government had initially pledged to pay the veterans four shillings per bushel of wheat. But the Bill tied to that son was killed in the Senate another Bill proposing three shillings per bushel actually passed, but the veterans were never paid at last in nineteen thirty-one the wheat bounty act made good on the government's promised to pay for wheat at the staggeringly low price of four and a half Pence per bushel. Let's put this in perspective Pence equivalent to pennies a shilling twelve Pence into their twenty shillings in a pound in today's market one. British pound is worth about a buck fifty. So these veterans were being promised smallish sums of money to start and delivered way. Less originally promised a fifth of a pound per bushel and settling for just one twentieth of a pound per bushel ten times less than what was promised. However, by this point, the veterans were desperate to make money off their wheat crops, and the stage was set for modestly fruitful harvest, no one could have anticipated. What happened next in the analysis of history? There's perhaps no stranger Afo. The Australian IMO a flightless bird. The can stand about six to half feet. That's two meters. Tall and weigh close to one hundred pounds. That's forty five kilograms and at an even stranger battle of man with machine-gun versus giant bird, the giant bird one. But in warfare. It's essential to know the enemy, so let's pause and examine the bird the dogs. The veterans. We spoke with Eric Slovak bird keeper at the Smithsonian national zoological park, he said ammos are solitary for the most part. They do get together in breeding seasons, but emus would prefer to be by themselves. The exception is when their foraging Slovak lichens that behavior to humans going out solo to a fast-food lunch. He said, you're at McDonalds around lots of people, but you're not socializing. You're just there for the food. Okay. So they're big solitary hungry birds. Not much of a threat. Right. Multiply that Emilia envisioning by twenty thousand that's how many descended upon Western Australia in nineteen thirty two until a decade earlier in nineteen twenty two emus had been a protected species. After that time they were reclassified as vermin Slovak explained. They'll eat anything. They can get their mouths on without hunting. They're grazers. They like nuts and berries baby grasses, which brings us back to wheat yet. They'll eat that faced with a seemingly endless buffet of it. The opportunistic birds homed in on the veterans plots beaten down by weather at a volatile financial market. The veterans leaned hard on the government help us they implored so one major GP w Meredith bound up leading a military offensive against the emails, but there were a few conditions. The veterans head to foot the Bill for the munition Lewis machine guns were used in EMU combat and the veterans had to provide food and lodging for the men assigned. To this curious mission as a side note as cinema tougher from FOX movie tone, accompanied the military to film, the Email effort historians assume the footage would have been used in propaganda films to illustrate how the government was aiding its veterans, but spoiler alert the mission didn't go exactly as planned armed with the knowledge that had slingshot can take down an ordinary bird, you might hazard, a guess that a machine gun could wipe out Imos easily, but you would be wrong Imos are made to run and win shot out. They're going to panic and they won't move at any reliable direction and Imos legs had neck move with elegant fluidity while their bodies. Stay parallel to the ground Slovak explained the body looks like a wave legs. Good left. The head goes to the right, and they run in all different directions like dropped marbles Meredith and his men couldn't get a straight shot at the emus who stayed out of range of machine guns. Even when enterprising veterans justed putting them on vehicles and pursuing the birds as they ran the military wasted a ton of ammunition. Only. Two hundred birds of the twenty thousand were actually killed and not only the emails evade the troops. They destroyed even more farmland in the process tearing up the ground wherever they ran the veterans were dispirited and their land was devastated. Meredith had a lot to answer for why had so much ammunition been wasted. And was the effort, even humane. Then there was the matter of money veterans promised to pay for the IMO, but the mission ultimately failed could be forgiven. This example, ridiculous history. Can't be tied up conclusively with a tidy bow and some details such as who was ultimately held responsible. For the cost of the munition are unclear we do know that the veterans learned painfully from past performance that rifles not machine guns or the best way to handle nuisance EMAS. They continued their war in a one to one battle veteran against bird. And the Australian government later place to bounty on EMAS to help control the population. But finally, we do suspect that the FOX and Matale gopher gots epoch B-roll while on location.

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Grazing Deer Alter Forest Acoustics

60-Second Science

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Grazing Deer Alter Forest Acoustics

"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata thirty million whitetail deer. Now live in North America. That's a lot of deer Meghan goal. A sensory colleges at Vassar college in poughkeepsie New York in her Hudson valley locale, there is a recent estimates here that you could have somewhere between twenty and forty deer per square mile. These prolific grazers have been blamed for many things munching on baby trees, and that's a big problem because they are going to prevent forest regeneration. They also changed the structure of the forest under story, which is no good for birds that lived there for small road and set live there, and they contribute to the lime disease problem as tick hosts to all that we can now at a new accusation that deer or altering the very acoustics of the forest by pruning, trees and changing. The way sounds like bird calls travel through the trees gaulan her team investigated plots of forest where deer graze and others where they were. -cluded in each thirty by thirty foot plot they placed a speaker at one end playing white noise. Tones. Trills? And recorded it all with a microphone in the opposite corner. Then they use software to analyze the recorded sounds. They found that while there was no difference in the loudness of the captured sounds among the plots the recordings captured in the grazed upon plots did have higher sound fidelity. Meaning they were closer in quality to the original playback tracks now on the face of it that might sound like a good thing. But as gall explains if your sound has better fidelity, it's going to be able to be picked up by more individuals. And so if you're a territorial animal, you might get into more fights if you are worried about predators. Predators might have an easier time hearing him and so higher. Fidelity is not always better. The results are in the journal, plus one and be clear. The researchers are not arguing for any specific intervention here. Yeah. I mean, the deer situation it sits a little bit of a minefield people have. And I don't know how much I want to weigh in on it. But the findings might give advocates for increased deer management a bit more ammunition. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata? Oh.

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"grazer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Oh, wait a minute. He went out somewhere. Where was he? Oh, what do you do is? He promoting again is he was out somewhere. Yes. He's stumping for somebody. He was out promoting something. I'm not what it was. I saw him with. What's his partner's name? Oh, the the the moviemaker. Yeah. The one that they did the one that did castaway, right? Yeah. Grazer right. Yeah. I think. They were out that right? Brian. Ron. What is it? Ron Ron Grazer. What I say, Richard. Oh, okay. Yeah. They were they were promoting something they were doing something. Yeah. Brian. Right. Good thing. We're not doing the the credits graphics on movies. They were out somewhere promoting side just put into Google and can't find it's just because I was out it just when was soon as you mentioned Ryan on wait a minute. I because there was a picture of both of them, and they were protesting something. Right. It I can almost guarantee. It wasn't pro-trump. Yeah. By the way, Ron Howard's daughter. Dallas Bryce Howard. Yeah. How is she not Jessica Chastain? Seriously. Seriously. I've never seen those two on the same thing. I'm just saying. Well, shoes she was fantastic in the village. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Kelly was. Yeah. Until Jessica Chastain stole Oliver roles. Oh, there it is. Why I founded Ron Howard and Brian Grazer seething over jussie smollet attack. Okay. All right. Okay. That's yeah. That's what is TMZ had. That's where I saw it. Okay. So what's in pro-trump? Right. Right. Right. So okay. That's why should so I'd seen it over the weekend somewhere. There's and I wonder if they'll be active in it. I guess it would depend on who the nominee is by the way. So nothing much new in that case. Except for the fact that the police did come up with a statement saying, they have no reason not to believe him. Okay. All right. Now, I don't know if they're FOX reporter that's been covering it has commented on that. Because I said police are skeptical police came out and said I've read that yesterday. I wanna make that. There's no reason not to believe, right? Okay. They at this point. They have no reason not to believe. All right. You updated on that one? Well, I mean, look, I mean, people stock celebrities all the time it happens all the time for a number of reasons. And so it, you know, again, we put all the all the possibilities into play there. So. There you go. Where are we on the show? I have no idea, but I really want that answer. Eight six six ninety.

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"grazer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Oh, what you do is. He promoting again is he was out somewhere. Yes. He's stumping for somebody. He was out promoting something. I not what it was. I saw him with what's his name. Oh, the the the moviemaker. Yeah. The one that they did the one that did castaway, right? Yeah. Grazer right. Yeah. I think. They were out is that right? Brian. Run. What is it? Ron Ron Grazer. What I say, Richard. Oh, okay. Yeah. They were they were promoting something. They were they were doing something. Yeah. Brian. Very good, right? Good thing. We're not doing the the credits graphics on movies. They were out somewhere promoting side just put into Google and can't find it's just promoting this just because I was out it just when was soon as you mentioned Reinhard on wait a minute. I 'cause there was a picture of both of them, and they were protesting something. Right. I can almost guarantee. It wasn't pro-trump. Yeah. By the way. Ron Howard's daughter. Dallas Bryce Howard. Yeah. How was she? Not Jessica Chastain. Seriously. Seriously. I've never seen those two in the same thing. I'm just saying. Well, she was she was fantastic in the village. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Sadly was yeah. Until Jessica Chastain stole all of roles. Oh, there it is. Why I founded Ron Howard and Brian Grazer seething over jussie smollet attack. Okay. All right. Okay. That's yeah. That's what it was TMZ. That's where I thought. Okay. So it wasn't pro-trump. Right. Right. Right. So okay. That's so I'd seen it over the weekend somewhere. There's and I wonder if they'll be active in it. I guess it would depend on who the nominee is by the way. So nothing much new in that case. Except for the fact that the police to come up with a statement saying, they have no reason not to believe him. Okay. All right. Now, I don't know if they're FOX reporter that's been covering it has commented on that. Because I said police are skeptical now police came out and said I read that yesterday. I wanna make that. There's no reason not to believe, right? Okay. They at this point. They have no reason not to believe. All right. Updated on that one. Well, I mean, look I mean. People stock celebrities all the time it happens all the time for a number of reasons. And so, you know, again, we put all the all the possibilities into play there. So. There you go. Where are we on the show? I have no idea, but I really want that answer. Dallas. Eight six six ninety redeye.

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"grazer" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"grazer" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"You'll just walk in place till you get that eight hundred because it's like a little challenge. Yes. It's like a challenge right in front of you face on your wrist, and it works. Okay. We done talking about exercise. All right. The next tip which is number five for the show is right down. What you eat and how much you eat. So for me, it's about keeping a rough tally of my calorie. And again, it's not about having a pretty journal that has like rhinestones on the cover with the pink pen. Although at that helps you it. If it does help you for me, it's about right on whatever it is piece of paper on my shoe where whatever any to right on just to scribble down. What you're eating because guess what you forget. Yeah. Especially I don't know so much going on in my head. Sometimes I can't remember what I have eaten. Like right now. If I didn't have my paper, I wouldn't know exactly what I ate to this by the way saved may because I'm Grazer. And if I get really in the habit of just being honest with myself, I'm writing down what I eat. You will realize if you're a Grazer how much you're taking in. It's crazy just picking here picking their. But if you start writing down all of a sudden, you're going to be like, oh, wow. Okay. That's really adding up. Let me let me keep an eye on that. Exactly. Because I will I will often I had this hit thirty calories of this forty calories at this thirty calories of this forty and sometimes. It's two hundred calories of this this this. I mean, I know we work in a different type of environments this more of that. But yes, it has saved me as well. And also the amounts. So it's not just what you've eaten. It's right. How much of it you've eaten and I do recommend that people weigh and measure their food. And actually we're going to be giving away some hungry role measuring spoons and scales. They're so cute. The measuring spoons, I don't think we have a set at home. We need we need a set. I just took a set home. They're they're they're beautiful. Yes, we're giving them away to people who share the podcast page. So and.

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