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Fresh "Grey" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Grey" from News, Traffic and Weather

"Noble river bridge due to an earlier collision that has since cleared south out 5 years still on your brakes in Seattle from Lake city way to 5 20 Our next goal of traffic is at four 14 Coma forest Arizona Czechs a forecast increasing clouds during the evening and overnight some showers will move on in overnight lows They're going to drop down to the mid 30s so those areas above 500 feet might see a little bit of sloppy snow mixed in with the Monday morning showers Monday's looking gray and rainy throughout with highs in the lower to mid 40s so just plain old rain some snow over the cascades to travel across the quantity pass on Monday about an 8 and a half to two inches of new snow And they come with us and I'm going to use Cloudy skies currently 41 in Seattle Stay.

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Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

"Oh, here we are at the Babylonian interview show and we have a very special guest mister Eric metaxas in person at the Babylon B not literally in person, but yeah. Not little. I think he is literally in person, isn't it? Well, I guess technically, that would be true. Or off to goods. Do you want to be a little about the word literally? Yeah. Have you noticed people English major writer? So when people miss speak and say, literally, it's like, you know, we literally blew up, you know? It's like, no, that's the whole point. You didn't literally blow up. You blew up. The numbers blew up, but that's not literally, but no, I actually, I got to confess, I am literally here. Well, speaking of literally blowing up. Great transition books about smart Luther Dietrich bonhoeffer, William wilberforce, and you also wrote a commercial for X lax. Can you tell us about that commercial? I did write it right here. Actually, this is not insignificant. In a way. It is totally true that during the worst periods of my life had to take a job as a copywriter for gray advertising. So if you think advertising is cool, like anybody in the advertising business who thinks it's kind of cool. They think yes, but if you sell out, you go to gray advertising. Like they do the stuff that no one else will do. Like X lax. And so I was working with an ad director who was so evil seeming to me that I asked if I could be switched and I said, yeah, well, three years to Mark Schwartz, he does, you know, pharmaceutical. He was a really cool guy. And my first assignment was ex lax, and the ex lax thing, it's so weird because some commercials like it's so they kind of write themselves like they tell you what they want and they just need someone physically to be there and to say like, okay, I wrote this. But so they had this whole thing, you know, somebody comes home with a bag of groceries a mom. You see you got your ex lax, you know, blah, blah, blah. So I wrote that. But the point is, I do they ask their parents, say, I see you got your excellent. It was certainly no. When I was 6. I remember. So you got your exact. But here's the key to the whole thing. The key to the whole thing is that at that time, X lax was either being sued or something because it was such a powerful laxative. Let me say that again. It was such a devastatingly powerful laxative that is sometimes gave people unbelievable cramps and this and that. So they were moving over to an herbal formula, which of course couldn't be nearly as effective, right? So the commercial that I did for X lax was the last actual X lax commercial. After that, they switched over and it became X lax and quotes because the brand. So for 90 years they had this formula soil I wrote the last X lax commercial.

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'Mr. Reagan' Creator Chris Kohls Describes the Pop Culture Success of 'Let's Go Brandon'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:34 min | Last month

'Mr. Reagan' Creator Chris Kohls Describes the Pop Culture Success of 'Let's Go Brandon'

"Welcome back to one on one with mister Reagan. Let's turn Chris to because I want to get the sense from you a world that I don't understand. Let's talk a little bit about media. You have to be cautious. That's why you've created this alter egos and these fantasy stories you tell about certain elections on your YouTube channel. How are you doing, by the way? Are you being throttled are you being demonetized? How are the the Palo Alto big tech overlords treating mister Reagan? I do think some of some of the restrictions have been lifted recently, and I'm not really sure why. But I had this video about let's go brand and you know the let's go Brandon phenomenon. I decided to recap that because it was something that I started to see on Twitter and I follow this stuff kind of closely, so I kind of understood what it was pretty quickly. But I realized most Americans did not understand what let's go Brandon was. They didn't understand where it came from. They didn't understand all the phenomena that went along with it. And I said, okay, let me just do a comprehensive video about the let's go Brandon movement. And I did this video and it's up to, I think, almost 400,000 views now. So we're doing pretty good. Yeah, that one just really blew up. That was I think a lot of people were curious. Like, I don't understand this. Let's go Brandon thing. So my video, I think is the number one, let's go brand and video on YouTube. That's not like a music video. You know, there's all these songs that have come out. And then I was able to interview this guy, loser, Alexander, who you should have on your show by the way. Great guys. Yes, yes, yes, yes. His song went number one on iTunes, right? He had the song the hook is, you know what they say in hoe. That's the hook of the song. It's a great song. It's like it's very catchy. Most of America just fell in love with this song, and then Bryson gray came out with a song that got actually banned on YouTube because he mentioned COVID pandemic stuff. And so his song then went number one. We've had some on this show. He's great. He's great. He's a great guy. He's a great, but I think part of the success of his version was people thinking they were buying lows version and they bought his version instead. And so his so Lowe's is a little bit irritated. He's like, what is going on? I mean, they're both good songs. They're both good songs, or like I can say anything bad about either of them, but so I got loser on the show and because he's out here in LA. And he's a really good guy. You know, he's a strong Christian. He's a good guy. And strong conservative Trump supporter and just really cool song and a lot of fun. Anyway, so some of my videos have been doing pretty well. Others struggle a little bit, but then, you know, they're not all

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Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

"He is the director of priests for life, father Frank pavone, welcome in studio. Oh, boy, it's a joy to be here, Seth. Thank you so much. I want to introduce everyone who doesn't know who you are or what your organization does, who's maybe tuned in for the first time to understand all the work that you've done and you're doing every single day. We'll get to you the man that momentarily, but let's just roll with that cut. What does it mean to you? What does it mean to America? What does it mean to the Christian world to have an incumbent president address the march for life? You know, Seb, we dreamt about this back. I remember going to the march for life and my one my first one was the third one, 1976. And you were like two years old. But you know, I remember you through the Reagan years, you know, he would call in by phone and NSA, Nelly gray and the marchers, how you doing? And we would stand there literally saying, hey, The White House isn't far from here. Can you imagine if the president came? And like for decades, that was like our dream. What it does is it gives a new level of legitimate. I mean, the movement is legitimate. It stands on its own, obviously. But for a president to be there, says to America this movement has come far. It has come far, it has an impact and it's shaping the nation. And we were also encouraged. As a matter of fact, let me back up and just say, you know, president Donald Trump, of course, you were privileged to work for him. I served on his advisory commissions, both both campaigns, and in the second one, I was the national co chair of what he called pro life voices for Trump. I was so proud to do that. And I was told during the first campaign if he's elected, he'll do everything that passed pro life presidents have done and more. And those words and more echoed through my mind during all the four years of his presidency because he proved them true every

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Bicycles (MM #3854)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Bicycles (MM #3854)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I was scrolling through an Instagram account the other day, which was basically classic schwinn bicycles, going back to the days of those bicycles I grew up with all those beautiful stingray bicycles and the cherry pickers and the apple pickers and the gray ghosts and the lemon peelers and the pea pickers and all those kind of crate bites that were the muscle bikes of the 70s and all the brands had them. Well, do kids ride bicycles today like they did back in our day. I know the world is a much different place. You don't see kids running through our neighborhood, riding bicycles. We've got a decent enough neighborhood where you could ride bikes, but they don't do that. And while I see little kids on bicycles, usually with training wheels, by the time they get into grade school, they're not riding bikes anymore. Of course, I rode my bicycle until I got my first car at the age of 16. I rode my bike to school every day. You don't do that anymore. Kids ride the school bus no matter how far away you live, because again, the world is different. But I don't think bikes are quite as popular. I got 20 or 30 speeds on my bike now that'll write it that often. But bicycles, and the need for bicycles, I guess it's changed. That's kind of sad.

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Bicycles (MM #3854)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Bicycles (MM #3854)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I was scrolling through an Instagram account the other day, which was basically classic schwinn bicycles, going back to the days of those bicycles I grew up with all those beautiful stingray bicycles and the cherry pickers and the apple pickers and the gray ghosts and the lemon peelers and the pea pickers and all those kind of crate bites that were the muscle bikes of the 70s and all the brands had them. Well, do kids ride bicycles today like they did back in our day. I know the world is a much different place. You don't see kids running through our neighborhood, riding bicycles. We've got a decent enough neighborhood where you could ride bikes, but they don't do that. And while I see little kids on bicycles, usually with training wheels, by the time they get into grade school, they're not riding bikes anymore. Of course, I rode my bicycle until I got my first car at the age of 16. I rode my bike to school every day. You don't do that anymore. Kids ride the school bus no matter how far away you live, because again, the world is different. But I don't think bikes are quite as popular. I got 20 or 30 speeds on my bike now that'll write it that often. But bicycles, and the need for bicycles, I guess it's changed. That's kind of sad.

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Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Blige, Lamar to perform at Super Bowl

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Blige, Lamar to perform at Super Bowl

"The orders for the Super Bowl halftime show have been named thank top heavy production at this year's Superbowl halftime show that's because the NFL and roc nation say the line up will include some heavy use in the hip hop world with doctor dray Snoop Dogg Eminem and Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar all performing at the game which will be held at so five stadium in Inglewood California that's a shout out for Snoop gray and Lamar all of whom are California natives in a statement dresses during the Superbowl halftime show and to do it in his own backyard no less will be one of the biggest throws of his career the Superbowl returns to the Los Angeles area for the first time since nineteen ninety three I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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MLB ERA Leader Scherzer Dominates Again, Dodgers Beat Reds

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

MLB ERA Leader Scherzer Dominates Again, Dodgers Beat Reds

"Max Scherzer tossed seven scoreless innings in the Dodgers won for the seventh time in eight games five to one over the Reds jurors are is seven oh in nine starts for the Dodgers after limiting Cincinnati to two hits while striking out seven I think for me today was a curve ball I was able enough for strikes I was able to throw blows only needs to as if I can get that page going then that you know then the Fasel plays up more the three time Cy Young Award winner leads the majors with a combined two point oh wait E. R. A. for both Los Angeles and Washington Kevin looks at a two run triple what the Dodgers took advantage of two errors to score three times in the fifth Sonny gray was saddled with the loss for the Reds who are trying to chase down the cardinals for the second NL wild card I'm Dave Ferrie

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Rattler, No. 3 Oklahoma Hold off Nebraska 23-16

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Rattler, No. 3 Oklahoma Hold off Nebraska 23-16

"Third ranked Oklahoma defeated Nebraska twenty three sixteen on the fiftieth anniversary of the game of the century which the Cornhuskers one thirty five thirty one Spencer rattler threw for a touchdown and ran for another as the Sooners survived a scare a big play occurred right after Nebraska scored to get within fourteen to nine in the second half Isaiah Cole blocked the extra point at that field returned it one hundred yards for two points Aaron gray ran for eighty four yards on fifteen carries a Kennedy Brooks scored on a two yard run for the three and Sooners Brooks finished with seventy five yards rushing I'm Dave Ferrie

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Officials Urge Killing of Invasive Spotted Lanternfly

Kottke Ride Home

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Officials Urge Killing of Invasive Spotted Lanternfly

"If you live on the east coast of the us especially in new york or pennsylvania and see a visually striking spotted lantern fly. The state governments would like you to forget any humane ideas about carefully moving it from one spot to another and instead to immediately kill it the spotted lantern fly is an invasive pest that is not native to the us and apparently is threatening to over seventy of the plant species that feeds on feeds on meaning draining sap and leaving them weakened and vulnerable to disease among those species. Is the atlantis autism or tree of heaven which the new york times points out is best known as the tree from betty. Smith's nineteen forty-three novel. A tree grows in brooklyn but this pernicious beast who has delicate grey wings spotted in black with a bonus set of bright red wings also spotted with black underneath. I arrived in the us from asia seven years ago and entered new york city last year. During the pandemic environmentalists ecologists are encouraging people to kill the bugs site because they have no natural predators here and no organic pesticides that can take them out here. New york the department of agriculture is additionally asking people to submit the location where you found the lantern fly on their website in pennsylvania. If you're caught moving the insect from one location to another you could be fined. Abort from the destruction these little lantern flies could cause on native species. Governments are being so intense because they know that the lantern flies are quite striking. They're not the kind of bug most people would want to kill. Unlike some other invasive species like the asian longhorn beetle that caused a massive deforestation throughout new york in the late nineties. According to the new york times

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Biden Threatens New Ethiopia Sanctions as Tigray War Widens

CNN 5 Things

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Biden Threatens New Ethiopia Sanctions as Tigray War Widens

"Today. President joe biden signed an executive order authorizing broad sanctions against ethiopian and allied forces involved in the ongoing conflict in ethiopia. The new order does not immediately impose sanctions but it says it will if the parties don't start to negotiate a ceasefire and allow for humanitarian access. The white house is looking to see action in weeks not months. The situation in tigray has become dire. Cnn has uncovered evidence of mass detention sexual violence and horrific killings hundreds of thousands face famine and humanitarian access has been largely cut off. Cnn's nema l. bagger who has reported expensively on the abuses has more on the situation for months now we have been investigating atrocities committed by ethiopian and allied forces into gray. It's clear to us this marks. A new chapter in the ethnic cleansing of the region escapees eye witnesses from the if you open. Border town of hamadeh described to us a renewed campaign of mass incarcerations and executions the numbers. That that's telling us are extraordinary. We're talking about possibly over ten thousand people detained just for being today and they say.

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George W Bush Reveals Himself as He Equates Jan 6 With 9/11

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:31 min | 2 months ago

George W Bush Reveals Himself as He Equates Jan 6 With 9/11

"I really knew. Extreme w we hardly knew because so many of us really know what we're getting when we voted for and supported george w bush revealed his true self to listen and for that. We need to be grateful. We needed to be thankful that the picture of dorian gray has come out of the closet with the separating pus and the dripping is and the fangs when george w bush are you body are you body shaming dorian gray no your character shaming george bush. That's right of course that's a few ask. It's like trying to get a chimpanzee embarrassed. But i i am attempting to shame if there is if there is a human art left inside the shell. That is george w bush. There's a single flicker of humanity. I would like to summit so that i can shame it into repentance. We'll look for first of all john. We always were. Both of us are too clever by half. You're too clever by three quarters. What we need to do is very clearly. Lay out what he said the other day so the audience because a lot of people will not have heard this ladies and gentlemen. I tweeted about this. This is shocking. This is disturbing. It's actually sickening and john. Tell my audience What they've won at the service in pennsylvania for the flight ninety three passengers who took down a plane that was headed for the us capitol or the white house. These ordinary americans knew there were throwing their lives away. They charge the cockpit and brought that plane down they brought down the terrorists. George bush's administration officials had led into this country. And george bush. An fbi had failed to stop at a service for these brave american shanksville pennsylvania. That's right george. Bush gets up there and condemns the january six protesters who who were pit protesting peacefully ninety nine point nine nine percent of them protesting peacefully to make sure they're american votes. Were counted in american election. He condemned them. He equated them to the hijackers who brought down the planes on nine eleven and flew them into buildings trying to murder. Tens of thousands of americans. George w bush equated them as extremists who were intolerant and not supportive of

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John Zmirak: 'Dubya, We Hardly Knew Ye'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak: 'Dubya, We Hardly Knew Ye'

"Written some articles at the stream. Which one shall we discuss. I shall we discuss. Yeah there's an article. W we hardly knew he'd take on a john kennedy book. There was a book by about john. F. kennedy johnny. We hardly knew. Is that bunch of his advisors after he was shot is that true. And it's based on an old irish song about soldier who dies prematurely right. I really knew. Extreme w we hardly knew because so many of us really know what we're getting when we voted for and supported george w bush revealed his true self to listen and for that. We need to be grateful. We needed to be thankful that the picture of dorian gray has come out of the closet with the separating pus and the dripping is and the fangs when george w bush are you body are you body shaming dorian gray no your character shaming george bush. That's right of course that's a few ask. It's like trying to get a chimpanzee embarrassed. But i i am attempting to shame if there is if there is a human art left inside the shell. That is george w bush. There's a single flicker of humanity. I would like to summit so that i can shame it into

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Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

Climate Cast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

"I'm standing here with tiffany shuffler. She's the project and land manager for the mini ha ha creek watershed district. Hi tiffany paul. Thanks for having me. So tell us where we're standing today. We are standing at what we call the divide of our upper watershed in lower watershed. So were standing at the on. Top of the grays bay dam which is where lake minnetonka ends to the east and then we are at the headwaters of miniature creek so given climate change in minnesota and in your watershed which basically includes a lot of the western and southwestern twin cities what new challenges does climate change present for watershed management. Here you know as water managers were tasked with trying to Reduce flooding and reduce pollution. And that's what you're tasked with what you're giving is how much rainfall from the sky. And also you're given a landscape that developed over a century ago so a lot of these homes were developed during the dust bowl when it was the dryness of times. And now we're coming out of the wettest of times so now there's this conflict with you know homes infrastructure of Whether it's surface water groundwater flooding happening and people you know being like. I understand climate change but my basements flooding or my front yard flooding. Who's going to do something about it. What kind of extreme lake and creek flow levels have you observed in the past decade or two on the lake and the creek. You know two thousand thirteen two thousand nineteen where the wettest seven years on record so wet in fact that we had an extra year's worth of rain squeezed in there but then there's also been these drastic swings to dry and we've had them very close together so for example twenty twelve was really dry year. Last time we in in real drought and then twenty fourteen. Just two years later. We had record flooding.

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Author Mary Grabar: Howard Zinn and Nikole Hannah-Jones Hate America

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 2 months ago

Author Mary Grabar: Howard Zinn and Nikole Hannah-Jones Hate America

"Heard about the six thousand nineteen project which since we don't have a ton of time i will simply say is evil and full of baloney but when you want some more details i would If you're going to reject something as utterly as i have you wanna be able to back it up with a big book. That has all the facts. Well mary gray bar. Who is my guest. Has written a book called debunking the sixteen nineteen project exposing the plan to divide america. Mary great bar. Welcome thank you. Well listen you. You wrote a book called debunking howard zinn exposing the fake history that turned generation against america. It's devastating stuff. I mean let's start there. Who are these people that obviously you know for lack of a better verb hate america. Why are they putting forward narratives. That are not only pernicious but are actually false. There's no question that howard johnson's version of america and the six thousand nineteen projects version america. This is complete nonsense being pedal as though it were true. Why do these people want to destroy the greatest nation in the history of the world. Well i think they have some personal resentment of howard. Zinn nicole hannah jones. Who is the creator of sixteen. Nineteen project have slightly different. Motivations both are promoting a kind of neo marxist version of history howard zinn of course was a one time member of the communist party and his allegiance was to communism and he hated this country and he hoped to foment a communist revolution. Nicole hannah jones from her interviews. And what. I've read about her and things that she has said has this resentment towards this country She believes perhaps going back to her family. that was mistreated because of their race. The black side of famish used biracial believes that this country has not treated her fairly and she believes in off. The fidel castro's cuba. She praises that regime. She she took a trip there and her politics are aligned with the squad of the democratic party. The far left. She wants to see a redistribution of wealth. She wants socialized healthcare. And so this is a history that kind of fits in. She may not be as aware of the real history is howard zinn but she refuses to take any kind of criticism. How would kind of enlightened her as to what really did

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Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4

"A pair of home runs in a solid pitching performance by John gray led the Colorado Rockies to a five to four victory over the Atlanta Braves Trevor story had a solo shot in the second and Brendan Rodgers had a two run home run in the fourth for the Rockies Roger said he enjoys playing the role of spoiler in the National League we're just trying to kind of ruin their own playoff hopes honestly and kind of fun winning these big games these close games like against really good teams the Braves close the gap to one run in the eighth on a pretty Freeman triple an Avenue about two run Homer closer Carlos Estevez shut down Atlanta in the bottom of the ninth Tookie to some was the starter and loser for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:52 min | 2 months ago

California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors

"The city of los angeles alone. There are currently three efforts underway right now to recall members of the los angeles city council and the tone of the l. a. times here is telling quote another day another recall notice in the city of los angeles. You need a grand total of five voters to get together to begin the process of calling for a recall for los angeles official five voters. Literally you can start a recall with the number of people you can fit in your camry and it's not just lay across the state of california. There are more than seventy elected officials who are facing the threat of recall just this year. Because that's how they do it in california california asked for recalls all the time you can mount a recall campaign against any statewide elected official for any reason at all if you can achieve the grand results of collecting signatures from just twelve percent of people. Who voted in the last election for that seat. Not twelve percent of registered voters but twelve percent of the number of people who voted in the last election for that seat specifically. That's all you need to be able to get that. Statewide elected official. Put up for recall as low bars. Go this is kind of so low. It just sits there on the floor and invites you to walk on it. And so every governor in california for the past sixty years as faced at one attempt to recall them And you will of course recalled the successful two thousand and three recall of democrat. California governor gray davis. That's how we ended up. Bizarrely with governor arnold schwarzenegger for a hot but now the republicans are trying again with this. Recall attempt that they are mounting against democratic governor gavin. Newsom the polls close tomorrow tonight Excuse me close tomorrow night at eight. Pm pacific time

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Wet Notes - 9-13-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:02 min | 2 months ago

Wet Notes - 9-13-21

"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio from monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one first up today is in another idea for diving with a purpose in one of the most recent newsletters from the coral restoration foundation the coral chronicles. There was a report that cr f. is teaming up with the atlantis. Dive resort in douma getty to offer a unique opportunity to participate in a week long program at the result in helping them build and maintain the largest coral nursery endowing. Actually the town where. Atlantis is located. The program is being sponsored by the coral restoration foundation. The loveland living planet aquarium and the meat foundation. The program runs from september twenty fourth to october. First two thousand twenty two there are planned educational sessions on coral ecology along with restoration efforts and techniques. You also conduct restoration. Dives along with some fun dies. This sounds really fascinating. One of the pictures into newsletter showed the table coral at apo island. I vividly remember that area when we dove air in two thousand nineteen there wasn't any pricing available in the article and you'll have to contact the hotel directly if you have the time and desire to dive with a purpose check out this program and market on your calendar. Long time ago. Donna and i lived in hawaii that was in the mid nineteen eighties. At that time we got to experience. What was probably one of the first while in walls in honolulu. If you're not familiar with wilem walls you can check them out. The wall was a large mural of the humpback whale on the side of a building near waikiki. It was quite impressive. Well it might not be a while and wall but if you happen to be near brant rock in mansfield massachusetts you can catch a the view of a mural of a large shark painted on the side of an old restaurant according to wicked local dot com. The mural was painted by a local artist. Shane leonard. Shane was a former football player at boston college. Who has a passion for painting and a passion for sharks. Now the muros on the side of the former arthur and patch restaurant that closed back in two thousand fifteen. The shark faces divers as they head down ocean street which is a one way street. So you can't miss it say. Shane says he likes the way shark. Show emotion. the photo is pretty impressive. there's no guarantee that the building won't be torn down. Now that is unoccupied but according to shane. Even if it doesn't survive it was worth doing so if you happen to be near mansfield mass check out the shark mural on ocean street about a month ago. Patio wear foundation announced their fourth annual aware week. Now this year it will run from september. Eighteenth through september twenty six two thousand and twenty one the whole idea behind aware week is to empower the global dive community to lead or take part in conservation activities in courses focused on local action for global impact in the past aware has focused on two elements marine debris and vulnerable marine species this year in concert with patties blueprint for ocean action. They're adding three more components. Climate change marine protected areas and coral reefs. Some of the ways. That dive shops can participate or by conducting aware classes like dive against debris coral conservation or the aware specialty. Also like us. You can become a one hundred percent aware dive centre where you provide a monthly contribution in support of the patty certifications you award. We are very proud to be one hundred percent aware. But here's something that. Patty aware foundation needs to work on. We need more notice as to win. Aware week is happening. I wasn't sure what was happening this year and our calendar filled up and we weren't able to get things scheduled as i mentioned at the top of the show. We've already created are twenty twenty two calendar and it would be nice to know when aware week twenty twenty two is happening. I also mentioned at the top to show that the re photo contest results were in and that i didn't win while scuba diving magazine. Magazine's two thousand and twenty one through the lens contest is also complete. The winners were recently released at scuba diving. Dot com and the photos will be revealed in september october special photo issue. They received one thousand seven hundred and nineteen photos from around the world. The contest categories included behavior compact camera macro and wide angle. The entries were judged on beauty originality and unique encounters. I check them out and they are spectacular. I only wish. I had the talent impatience to do that kind of work. Now if you wanna get a jump onto twenty twenty two contests they will start accepting entries january third two thousand twenty two and you can submit your photos through may thirty first two thousand and twenty two and finally we recently received our two thousand twenty two aqualung buyer's guide along with information on all the new products coming down from aqualung apex. So i thought. I'd give you a little preview on what's on the horizon. I from aqualung. They are releasing a new regulator the helix pro and the helix it looks like the helix pro is a mid range regular and i think it's replacing their core. It is a balanced first and second stage in his environmentally sealed with four low pressure ports and two high pressure ports. It was built for cold water and has the automatic closure device or a cd. lower end. helix is not environmentally sealed. And it doesn't have a cd and it's designed for warmer water. Also coming out in two thousand and twenty two is their new. Aqua fluck aqua flex men and aqua flex woman wetsuits. I think it's a redesign of their tried and true. Aqua flex line they also have a two millimeter. Free flex wetsuit now. The i one hundred computers going to come in a new color yellow and speaking of colors. They've added a number of different colors to various products including something called sand petrol red and orange as for eight packs. They also have a new regulator the xl four osha and it is billed as a totally sustainable regulator bay from post consumer waste it comes in grey or mint with some great etching. On the first stage. I suspect it's just like the xl four plus being an overbalanced diaphragm regulator with two hp and four l. p. ports. It looks pretty. Sharp and apex is releasing a new dive computer to the sx. It will be program can program up to six gases and monitor six transmitters. The has a titanium basil making it lightweight endurable but also has a color display. There's something more that require. Some more research It says it has in oh to analyze or onboard. But no to sell gotta check that out a little bit. There's a lot more out there and over time. I'll give you more updates from both aqualung and apex. Well that wraps up wet notes. Here on scuba shock. Radio for monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one

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What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:59 min | 3 months ago

What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

"I did some research looking into what really makes a rookie of the year and really three things really came stood out to me. One is opportunity right. You have to actually have minutes significant minutes in a significant role on your team. And if you look over the last couple of years for the rookie of the year race you're going to see that at twenty seven minutes a game seems to be the the threshold that we're looking at for players right now. Two thousand nineteen. It was twenty seven. Point eight doesn't eighteen was thirty minutes a game. And so the first thing that we're we're scouring is is this player going to get significant like starter minutes and a great role on their teams very difficult to crack rookie of the year. No matter how talented you are without those minutes the second key metric is really points per game so in two thousand eighteen. The top three scored. I think sixteen point three points per game two dozen nineteen top three vote-getters for rookie of the year had fifteen point. Three points a game. Twenty twenty was only thirteen points. A game But that was in part because thirty points a game was the third highest gray mark for any rookie about season. And so if you look at the past eight years the winner is was in the top three and usually the top two and scorn for rookies of the year. So not only. Is it going to be minutes but the opportunity to actually score the basketball and does the player have the ability to be a big time scored sort of the next thing that we're gonna look at at it also found that If you go back and sort of look at some of the work that kevin pelton is done at espn Fr- almost every season. The combined averages of points rebounds assists per game when you add those averages together. That's the player that's going to win the ward and then finally You know look when you're looking at rookie of the year. You're not actually talking about the player. That's gonna be the best player in five years if you go back and look at past winters. That's often just not the case. It's it's the player that's can have the most opportunity. I'm to really hit those metrics of scoring Minutes per game and then the sort of combined stats together. That's going to win work the year. And so that's going to change to me. The draft order a little bit about who we're going to handicap again for rookie of the

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Underrated

04:03 min | 8 months ago

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"They like somebody even. Says omar raza. Google shut the fuck up. Its raisch and i was okay yet. Well cool he's fucking incredible as being great. Well bruce. have you thought about economics and how we could use that to destroy city. And now i'm going to fight you on a train them just like i'm here for this. Let's go. let's do this all day long. I've been winery lodged. The trilogy can love him and begins. I can't we killing the like one of our patron short. Join our patriots police. Podcast is just us like alec watching and discussing the trilogy. Don't we do that. That's good i i will degrade them and begins all day. I know yet wrong raises all right. I love talking to you by could justify that. It's an underrated about three. We can talk about it on here. Let's let fuck it. We define her own defines definitions. Yeah batman of do it out here. I'll do it. Even though i do prefer other batman like movies and stuff but ben megan's his hands on one of the coolest like an underrated like come victims of ever seen. We're going to be like. We're going to talk half the batman movies. We're gonna fucking talk about his chest moment. I think we could ever batman return. I see superman. Let me fuck an insert. Battling this bitch. No by ideal vacation batman begins. No i really. I really do think it is underrated movie. Honestly because everybody likes like as and like the dark knight is a great film but that begins really gets overshadowed. It's kind of like almost ignored because people love to hate on the dark knight rises. Which i think is little awarded. I get it. I like it. I like it But people people think that like the dark knight is like literally the greatest film of all time and then nobody here batman begins like nobody talks about that movie on. Her i put on the list would understand is like i. Think it's the hype. I think because like what happened was better than begins just started off really well lisa christian bill. Everybody's like okay. What's hilarious enough. Is that people fucking hated. Christian bills batman inbound begins which i thought was so strange. Because all this hype came for the dark knight. And then we'll the dark knight came out fucking exploded And then at all of a sudden nerves came out and he got shed on. And i actually like his voice to bam begins a lot better. I'll just say that because he's kind of like drying it out and he doesn't do it when he's just by himself like it's usc feels more real. You know we could go into it. Yeah like i. Don't i really. I don't wanna get to say we'll save it. Let's give us like the gray and we're just gonna cut to black right as the podcast is going to be over. We'll have a post credits right now. That we and maybe not as the audio podcast exactly like video muscle. If you want to see that it if you wanna see the gray at it go over to Watcher you if you're listening right now on our app on her podcasting apps Go to youtube. Dot com Under company.

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Underrated

02:57 min | 8 months ago

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"Their fucking. The great yes. A great radio is even z. Like i i have to go back and watch this movie. Because i like looking back at what it what it really is in the philosophical nisa vet like god definitely have to get go back. We watch his movie. It is a it is a film that benefits Rewatch for sure Yeah yeah you know like those movies that you get more context for the film. It really helps a lot. The i i love you know when a film that is just you know kind of just a big blocked but it was a huge block. It was boston was but you know it has liam neeson big. You know a lot of big names in a market is an action movie when you are able to put in philosophical themes do it more than just kind of like lip service like when it really really is about like these kind of You know themes about like death in the meaning of life and wanting to pursue pursue life and you know whether or not god exists in all this stuff just managed to be in a movie about running away from wolves and that's fucking grantable to me. Yeah yeah it's definitely like i think it like we've been saying this whole episode kinda like had a bad rap because you know liam neeson's till today continuing of like this action like just not shoot up a blowing explosions like like you know on the cusp of michael bay situations in jason. Born in all that It kinda yeah like it gets lost even watching it kind of gets lost in you. Don't you have like it's essentially when you stop and think about it the you get that philosophical feeling of it I do want to ask like how do you guys feel like. Do you want like leave. Niessen like go back to like maybe doing some classical movies. Are you think he's having the time of his life. Just let him let him keep on going. Keep on truckin got the answer away. I want liam neeson to do improvisational comedy. Situational comedy comedy. That's a good list allen. Yeah the universe billboard picked leonie's making lives for anybody the joke go watch life. Seashore took the lead youtube. It's great we think. Yeah we'll.

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Underrated

04:38 min | 8 months ago

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"Or he's like you know he. He snipes the wolf in his writing the letter to his wife. And he's like saying you know. What am i take my life or whatever and like it's just kind of have this thing of legua would support and then you find out that she died of cancer in the niger. Even he's even more like the fucking cares kind of thing. And i think it might be the opposite of a won't i'm just going off of the fact that the liam neeson's very devout catholic so i highly doubt the gets more about like. Yeah that that finding of face because like you'd dared said at the end where it's kind of like You know he finds the the fight to to live on very especially live on for his loved ones and stuff like that. Where at the beginning You know and he says it in his speech at the after the last guy before him you know dies in drowns in the water of like just like plea lay saying to god like you know like essentially like i've hated you and and all that and you've you've taken away everything from me but please you know please like just let something happen you know in in this instance and he's like pleading with god so i think yeah you're saying maybe like the it it's a flow of like a a atheist kind like veer view but kind like finding that faith in that finding that will will to live by the end of it and fight to live. It's really interesting that you guys say that before you. I just wanted to say it's really interesting. You say that. Because i was thinking about that scene a lot where he's just like yelling to god. You know i'll believe you for in like if you just keeps cutting that shot of you just see like the trees and like mostly in open sky and then just nothing. I was thinking about that scene. How that scene really. It's like the can be interpreted either way. It can be interpreted as a very like. There's nothing there. There's no there's no god there's no one coming to help you or it can be interpreted like this is like you have to like you have to find the faith in yourself through guy and like so really can be interpreted as a very theistic thing or is like like a very you know chris you know god you know the universe or whatever like telling you know like this is you you have to find the strength within yourself and do it yourself. I'm not gonna help you do or could have just been nothing. And i really liked that new guys kind of took the opposite views on that. Because i didn't really hard one way or the other. I thought it was an interesting just like open question. And i really like you guys had the opposite views of that and i think that yeah i just brought up gangly before i was gonna even mentioned the fact that yeah like like i highly delta liam neeson would would kinda choose that kind of direction or but you know what like like it says like it's a very ambiguous like the whole movies and embiid. You is kind of thing. But it's a very ambiguous interpretation and i've heard gal like Liam neeson kind of chooses roles and stuff like that of like you know. He has his own interpretation. He drives it that way. So it's probably like where he's probably taking it from. But i mean like you know with all types of entertainment are it could be. It's it's the individuals um role to interpret it. The way that they you know tend to do in your earlier. I agree so much with that. Because i remember at the time.

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Underrated

02:56 min | 8 months ago

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"But we're really excited for. We're really excited to watch it. Because it looked like it was going to be taken but with wolves as is the case. It was advertised in that way. And i remember when i went see it i was kind of like into it like okay like the themes like the the philosophy behind all this stuff i love i think liam neeson's character is my favorite. I love the his story. I love the flashbacks revolved around him at him and his wife. I was very upset by the by the ending. Because i mean at the time again it was. It was hyping up this big showdown of like liam niessen like i kind of imagine liam neeson being this like old man logan irish old man logan versus a bunch of wolves with like bottles on this and i was like. That's what i want to book and see like that. Just sounds so bad at it. This movie slow-burn to that big battle credits and then let me tell you women even more upset about it. there's a fucking post credits I was gonna. I need plus credit. Do there wasn't what all of us back in the year. Twenty four drove the off year of of what was twelve years ago. I was like okay. You know who's doing post credits right now. Marvel and that's it out doing they're like okay. We just saw men. And i think vendors that just come out at the time so we're not yet twenty tools and you did before oh campaign so at the time you're like okay. No one else is doing this and especially with that type of film. You don't think there's going to be a post credits elliott. Because i worked at the theater. So i saw like. I knew there was a post credits i was like. What the fuck is this. You know it's a great. I never saw the. Did you not see it now. I've never saw tell you what is more open ended right it is. It is open-ended So it's you see like a wolf just kind of like the side of a wolf just kind of breathing and like and like so. It's like so that you can take that a couple of ways you can take that as like this wolf has killed liam neeson now. It's chilling or you could take it as like this. Wolf is dying because that shot mirrors the shot from the beginning of the movie where liam niece and kills the wolf any puts his hand on it and you see like breathing and slowly stopping so it could be a so like what i think is that it's a spec- specifically mirroring that shot because it's referencing the fact that these killed.

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Underrated

05:42 min | 8 months ago

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"Hey everyone welcome back to underrated. This is the podcast where we talk about. Films that we feel are underrated pre. She added or ones that have slipped under the radar and passed most people by today. We are going to be talking about the gray. A two thousand twelve survival film directed by joe carnahan Starring liam niessen Frank grillo dermot. Marini dallas roberts Joe anderson non so z. And james badge dale This film was kind of a Kind of just you know showed up. It made a few waves did alright financially. It did alright critically You know has seventy-nine percent of tomatoes made about eighty million dollars so it wasn't a failure but it just kind of you know came in. How many taken movies just to be. I don't know how many i'll get into that too. And how they like pretending. This was taken movie pretty much. And it was not at all. But like you know it just kind of showed up and did all right and then just gonna vanish But it follows a group of alaskan oil drillers and Kind of roughnecks With liam neeson being the main character a character called Outweigh who is basically protects the camp from wolves and his snipes wolves that can get into the camp law as they're heading home or heading back to anchorage their plane. Crashes just kind of and they just a group of survivors of the plane crash out in the alaskan wilderness and are hunted by a pack of wolves and this film while being a marketed as a taken style. Action film is much more of a kind of cool thriller and not very act. It does have a couple moments of action. But it's more of just kind of like In the background in the shadows it's much more about the characters and their journeys and philosophy and touching on religious themes and philosophical stuff. And just kind of the you know talk about characters in the right in the will to live in poetry and a bunch of other shit and it's kind of been really a movie that is you know been very misunderstood by both critics than audiences in a lot of critics at the time and they're kind of reviews were just like oh you know what this it will. There wasn't enough little fights and blah blah blah. Because the trailer these are some of the worst trailers have ever seen the movie where it really promises. One thing to the point. Where the and i know..

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A Touch of Grey

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"grey" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

"Our listeners of are invited with every day about what's going on in our chaotic crazy kobe. Nineteen pandemic world and hopefully down for a few of the latest developments here goes i just finished reading an interesting article. In the business. Insider experts no longer affects seasonal or virus. Waves that penn janik It's like a forest fire looking for human would people earning hewish experts scrambling in this particular episode of the coronavirus pandemic might look like many predicted that it would be like flu. It would retreating summer before roaring back in second more severe wave come fall but now there are. Lots of news talks on this subject. There is no evidence is going to be as a crease in quiche encases. The humira allergist michael oster harm who is a director of essential for infectious disease. Research and policy minnesota told business insider that. It's just gonna keep burning hot like kind of a forest fire. And now we see there are ways. And according to the world. Health organization spokeswoman margaret harris pandemic is probably going to be one big wave and she went on to say april. We were still looking at whether this janik with a t two ways Where you see big increases in cases and then you see a trough and then you see a second big wave for reasons completely. Our understanding and He he said he knew that this janik really is different. It's true that like the flu. New corona virus spreads via dropbacks people. And that when they're coughing or sneezing and both viruses can be transmitted even when infected people show no symptoms so these similarities bad people think past in fluid pandemics were a worthy model for early comparisons of this one especially nine hundred and eighteen spanish flu which infectious five hundred million people but the coronavirus asian seasonal like it's viable brothers and some experts are saying that what we all need to get our heads around is the fact that this is a new virus now the region colorado viruses are affected by the seasons according to us who baker a researcher at princeton environmental institute is. We're at the start of pandemic winter. New virus is emerging into a population that has had it before so a lack of population..

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A Touch of Grey

04:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Joe yogurts to writer photographer and editor for the past three decades. He's been working. And living in four continents asia africa europe and north america and his writing appears in a number of publications including national geographic traveler. He's here to tell us how to hit the road and explore america's backyard for those looking to leave home to do so safely. Now my first question for you is how did you get started getting travel writing and what about. It appeals to you the most well. I started as a traveler because i had parents that took me on a car vacation every summer. Somewhere around the western. Us or western canada or texas in places like that and it just kind of got ingrained into my my psyche and i continued it as a college student and then as a twenty something adult and Started doing Long trips overseas at one point across asia across africa and At the same time. I became a writer. I started in high school and the student newspaper and eventually got journalism degree at the university oregon and I've been a professional journalists. Either editor writer. My whole life. I've been writing since i was fourteen. Basically and did you become a full time travel writer. Well that's a funny story I've been a freelance writer for thirty years since a thirty one year since nineteen eighty nine when i quit my last office job as a magazine editor and i You know as a freelance writer. You do whatever you can to survive. And the first five years. I was mostly business writer then. I got an offer to go. And write. Murder mystery tv shows and angeles for cbs and Some other people. So i did that for five years but didn't really like the hollywood writer. Lifestyle and national geographic called me out of the blue and nineteen ninety nine and offered me A book on driving the panamerican highway from texas to argentina and that book kinda got me started into full time travel writing. So i've been doing it about twenty years now. Now you have written three travel books about travel america in conjunction with national shoe graphic What was The first one and that certainly did very well so what was it. That was fifty states. Five thousand ideas and that was Very much national geographic's idea the editor who i was working with at that time Asked me if i wanted to write the whole thing. And i said sure i'd love to write a whole book about the fifty states and also the fourteen canadian provinces and territories and So i don't think any of this really could have envisioned at that point in time that it would do so well It came out about two and a half years ago. And it's been on the travel bestseller list on amazon ever since and Got as high as number four out of all amazon books behind Michelle obama john..

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A Touch of Grey

20:21 min | 1 year ago

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"Ladies and gentlemen children of all ages gathered around the radio it's time for another installment of a touch of grey the talk show for grownups. The host and founder of our program is carol marks. Carol marks is one of america's leading experts on upper demographic issues and she is indeed a champion in the battle against ageism. Let's kick this hour off with carol in conversation with lisa. Msce lisa mcnary is an award-winning home. Designer she speaks and writes on the subjects of design and senior living. Her book is called hive. The simple guy to multi generational living. Now i see how did you get started interested in senior living this guy. Can you briefly. Tell us what you learned from being a facility planner for one of the nation's largest developers of assisted living centers in this country. Yes so that was Almost twenty five years ago. And really think that i was drawn to senior living because i had so many Family members that were older. My children at one point had six great grandparents alive. Wow which is. It's pretty phenomenal understand age and so you know. Seniors were a part of our life integral part of our life and so sunday dinners and and things like that and so it was a natural thing for me to move in from healthcare interesting. You're living as a designer And when we did that. I just love the idea that people would be able to live in a home like environment but being able to have all the services that they needed to able to support them as they aged and now i have a very topical question for you About the kobe virus. Can you tell our listeners. Your fee steps at nursing homes can take to make sure the.

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Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"grey" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Today I am thrilled to welcome back Yonathan Golsen. . Is Director of ethical imperatives LLC teaching professionals have good ethics is good business and the benefits of intellectual diversity. . He's a keynote and Ted ex speaker trainer coach and Community Rabbi as well as a repentant hitchhiker recovered circumnavigator. . Former newspaper columnist and retired high school teacher in Saint Louis. . His sixth book is grappling with the Grey and ethical handbook for personal success and business <unk> prosperity. . Thanks so much for coming back and having a conversation with me honest him. . A. . Delighted Diana was looking back through my files and I saw that you were the ninth interview that I? ? Given since I've become a professional speaker and now I've done about seventy of them and the one with you I think store ranks among the best that I've done. . So you brought the best of me and. . SET The bar. . Very. . Well I have to say it was one of my favorite conversations that you are one of my favorite guests so. . I'm so glad to have been able to help you get into this whole realm of podcast res. . <hes> so so I want. . So congratulations on the book by the way you. . I am really tremendously impressed with it and. . But I WANNA talk about obviously ethics. . And? ? Most leaders are many leaders. . Put Ethics in the soft skill category. . Ned restarted. . Okay, , go ahead 'cause that's a problem. . Isn't it? ? Yeah. . Sounds, skills , is one of those. . Terms that we use or some IOS for something that is sort of optional. . Or we'll get to it after we get to all the important stuff. . And as I've been discussing this more and more. . <hes> I keep tweaking and refining. . My definition ethics. . which ultimately has to do with recognizing our place in the world. . And recognizing the impact that our actions have on those around us. . Because that's. . What forms relationships? ? And success in every aspect of her leads is all about relationships family business community. . Nationally, , locally. . And you see the fallout. . <hes> I mean. . Another election. . When you know every four years, , we think it can't get worse than this and that it dies. . If we if we would cultivate the sensitivity for ethical speech ethical behavior. . What I call the mindset. . That would really transform our conversations are relationships and. . Really everything that the shapes the quality of our lives. . Boy I so agree with you I think ethics and and maybe more. . So now because of. . Everything that we are witnessing in the world. . That is so incredibly. . Central. . In in my opinion to how we show up in the world. . that it really needs to be relegated doing more important. . Place in business and politics seventy. . Child rearing. . Certainly, , <hes> as a rabbi had come at everything from <hes>, , the illogical or biblical point of view as well and in Jewish tradition. . We understand that the the second temple in Jerusalem, , which was destroyed by the Romans in your seventy. . <hes> the underlying cause of the breakdown in Jewish society that led to the temple's destruction. . Was the Jews did not go beyond the letter of the law. . and. . That's a pretty astonishing comment. . I mean, , they were keeping the law they were following the rules they were in compliance. . But they used the law as an excuse. . To circumvent the spirit of the law and the spirit of the lies alternately what keeps us? ? Society. Healthy. . .

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A Touch of Grey

04:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Through home of Dr. Look outside alive is less than. Please stay at home. vs. A Nurse. Is the. Hands across the sea. I. Keeps you give so? Now I can show how much that means. Thank you. As greed become. Hey Hey. Thank you. You Do. There's nothing. New Speculators, stop that party. Of A..

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A Touch of Grey

08:03 min | 1 year ago

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"Continuing now with a touch of grey talk show grownups Michael Harrison in the anchor chair pandemic has sparked a lot of musical and music video creativity around the world some parodies in some quite serious and unique Germany one of the most popular and influential European rockstars Leslie Mann Dokie wrote and produced while in isolation at home a musical tribute to the heroes of healthcare including. His wife, a medical doctor and he recruited his friend Anderson of JETHRO. Tull fame to contribute vocals and flute from his home where he was quarantining in London. The song is titled We say Thank You the proceeds for the song and video are being donated to the UN covert Nineteen Relief Fund. I caught up with Leslie Van Dokie on the phone. Let's talk briefly about. Hedge Tack We say thank you which is how I know about you. Which you recorded as a tribute to the healthcare workers in the front line workers during the coronavirus, which I'm sorry to say at this point still exists in the world and the future remains uncertain How did it come about? Personal, it was actually during the holiday season where I perceived a lot of calls from China. My Chinese mutual friends were warning you know something horrible is is going to happen to the road and they were just. Talking especially with them in January so so some lives prepared emotionally even if you're a beaver, he was speaking about and my life is a doctor she's a first frontline. I founder. And So she was being also you know the special professional news and Then what? Happens you know, and this was here and then that the was thinking you're wrong path You know be the oldest greediness and all of humanity was knocking on the door and as soon as people that they are statistically irrelevant. The nurse and doctors, supermarket workers, and of course, if you plaques and the drivers who had just bringing the stuff. So Hey, these heels about our time. So I I had to ride the. So. Against me for humanity and for and for these. Days and and. Just I'm likely to any other production where I'm have a lot of people around me and engineers coming gone or listen to play live in the studio, but you know play. and and I had to do everything on my own in my eyes relation. So now, the sending first of all to my dearest friends unanimous until. The masterminded Jeff Towel and then he is wonderful. I mean. I sing it to you, and then I send you the food and that's that's how we started. You know that says how we were going. And then Honolulu supertramp, he's sending in New York and. Brecker, the Boston's debate, and so so it's growing and growing and growing because I thought we have to give Salute. We have to say thank you to the to the heels of our days then to the doctors. At the nervous. my burgers and finally was absolutely self expanding that we do this for charity. So so that should be. We should donate This monster to the people who are really suffering and really out there doing the offend tastic job Even if the world is much slower but the turns around and the day and I'm really thankful for each and everyone in to my life, of course. Of the old frontline workers and who couldn't stay at home you know that they were going out they the. Their lives at risk and they did their very best to to make the role as one have to. The video and song made our office manager come to tears as a result it was very emotional and. Obviously. I advice for people to check out on youtube the video that you made primarily you in in your studio. And where you will quarantining as I understand at that time and he and Harrison, the Anderson and his studio. So you see up in back between the two of you and for many people they haven't seen or heard in a long time and he's he's a legendary status among Progressive Rock and album rock fans in America. Never lost his credibility. To this day, JETHRO Tull fans are vehement about their love of yeah. Throat Tall I am one of them so It it. It aroused attention and it was quite a compelling to see that what is your status? Now in terms of are you getting around? Are you still quarantining and I understand that you and your wife were quarantining I? Don't know if it's true. So you can fill us in in your own home because she's a frontline doctor on the front line of healthcare that the two of you were staying away from each other while in the same house Philipson about that process. Yeah this is this plane situation we already. So we in nearby Munich by the leash Tom Again. And my wife has a place a couple of miles away from here kind of big place and she's A Journal back. So so she's refund linebacker and in the meantime is a little easier because she's testing her stuff frequently but yeah because the chosen were coming home. And just look down and. We have to cancel you know that she's taking Home to the Family And Australia competences around the minor way you know you can walk the walk over. And I was letting my stuff. Home and and that was on my own the whole time. That's why it's fantastic. of distress moment but challenging times. That you can find. All of the sudden space in your life. that. To do things but you normally would not. See, for instance, I was going down to the archives you know basement and that find wonderful treasures center. We establish that you can find it youtube channels of my duty soulmates. Told me sneaking lever. Digging down deep into Sakai and find wonderful treasures also of unanimous. So You Know Am is if you bought for accounting. So now I selection individually and He puts his eyes and. Being up because. Together. But separate. And In as someone who is Actually. The guiding live for all of the all who insult. So the the most intellectual that most the deepest The. He's has something which. Is Firing and I'm only going to say I feel myself privileged honored. A musician that I can call him a friend and we used disturbed very often and music and just about these through friends and After soulmate on that really my myself to share with him decision. Since twenty nine years and and that he just kind of he was opened you up the song and and and he was about a couple of minutes late thirties. I'll wait a minute. I've always.

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09:02 min | 1 year ago

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"By Lise Marie Collins so collins the warmest welcomes to attach of gray. Thank you thank you so much for having me now. My first question is about the title of Your Book. Super Eight yourself. How would you define the concept of what is super ager is? Yeah it's a very interesting question because there's not really a hard and fast definition. I think that super aging is in the eye of the beholder and I think that super eighteen has so much to do with your own connection to yourself and knowing who you are and often super agers accomplish great feats at older ages but I think just happened. Because they have they've they've learned they've save gained experience and knowledge throughout their life so for example Dorthy steel. She was elder in the movie. Black Panther and she didn't start asking till she was eighty eight years old but she had a feeling she was in touch with herself and she decided to start acting and she decided to act into a simple good at it. She got an agent and she ended up landing Parts in the highest grossing film of All Time Highs and you you know one of the things I liked about. That story was back that she had talked to her. Her granddaughter about getting an agent and her granddaughter had encouraged her. And so don't you think that Super Aj's Generally listen to what's going on with younger generation and that keeps some prestige and being curious about what's new interesting in the world. I know that's something I tried to do. Oh that is so right on yes because yes and yes I think. The connection between the generations is absolutely essential Even if you are you don't have children or grandchildren Some way connecting to younger people I know all the supervisors I almost all of them have You know they're always interested in what's happening now. They're not in there. They have the past but they're always looking to the future and that includes Young people and what they're doing and listen. That's reciprocal relationship yes. I'm glad you brought that up. Now you discuss in your book something. I often wondered about but didn't understand and that was Of A philosophy In called I for Veda which means the science in life and it is really the conventional Hindu system of medicine that was developed more than three thousand years ago so says we go through different stages so what are the stages that we go through Using this kind of conventional Hindu system of medicine I your visa and and how can they help us if we know what they are? Yes well I think it's helpful because it gives us a framework to understand the stages of life and I'm also a gerontologist which means I say aging and the Western system doesn't have anything similar. I think that your listeners will really benefit from understanding the stages in. Oh explain them so when we're a baby when we're born we're born in the earth stage of life and this stage is childhood through adolescence. So this is a time when we're becoming. You know grounded Institute for. That's why bonding is so important. During the stage then your teenager you go into the fire stays and that's why we have fiery rebellious teenagers. And it's spelt forming an identity. Its about ego you know. Sometimes we WANNA say ego was bad But this stage is is about developing that. That's an important part of development and that continues to fire stage until about each fifty and then the next stage in the air stage. And I'm I'm Kinda simplifying this but just so you understand that you want to overcomplicate the air stages all about wisdom and if you think of hair it's about connection we all share air be breathing the same air. If you think of being in the air we see the bigger picture we see the big view so see stages of life can inform us and help us realize. That can't really compare the air stage to the fire station. I think that's what happens with aging we think. Oh Asian is all about just falling apart but actually aging about caning this incredible new perspective and wisdom that if we If we embrace that we can live. Incredible Life Ray and if we go through as learn it in a different stages and even when it has a five. Regina here's is they can come through where you can come through it and be stronger better. And then each of us has our own sort of I would call it a palette of elements so it sounds like your kids. Were maybe a little bit more fiery which which can be a great trade if tim correctly. And then when you're a fire individual fina teenager can be even more sense and so we want to balance our own our own personality traits which which can have these elements of earth. Fire Air now As we get older we As older adults can you know certainly experienced physical changes can our sense of purpose? Change to new and more manageable goals. Can you give us an example? What they might be and can they be enter goals that we establish that's a great question They can be intervals and I think everybody has a different what I would call purpose in Japan. They use the word. Geeky guy and I liked that because purpose sometimes sounds very Like it has to be something that we do to the world that are our inner purpose could be something like loving our friends loving our family. It doesn't have to be you know I'm going to Clermont read or something like that. It's it's very internal and it can also be something that evolves throughout our lifetime. There is a man named the other way who he was an artist and an interesting man lifting. He's he's still alive and he's living in China and he always Had these artistic aspirations any kept pursuing them he didn't find successively with seventy nine years old when he became a model because his daughter just had his his picture on her cell phone and to working in a fast in house and someone saw the photo that actually the head designer. And Oh my God. We have to have the guy in in our fashion show and he said after he his catwalk went viral because he was bare shirt hid had the slowing silver gray hair and he just worked at he just you know moved his body and he said I have been spending my know. It took me six years to work to this point because he had been striving reading and he never gave up. But I think that's really important that we don't give up if we do have maybe an artistic vision or something. That's external. Those things do happen to super supervisors and you can also have inner goals. Like I WANNA be at peace with myself. I want to be eleven and friendly person in the world. That's the least. Marie Collins has written the book super ager have more energy better memory and live a long and healthy life. At least Marie Collins is instructing participants in a two year study on the effects of restorative yoga or stretching for Metabolic Syndrome. Look continue the conversation between the host of our program and at least Collins on attention gray. The talk show for grownups continues in a moment..

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05:18 min | 2 years ago

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"But it's always almost kinda hard like this's and they call each other their person they never call each other best friend friend. They the and it's almost like they don't. They aren't even friends at some points. It's there you're my person so like that one person because you need that one person to call when you you're goku jetta nailed it. Everything relates to anime. That's rule eighty nine of the internet. I don't know if it is but that's a more like piccolo and goku out. Okay yeah legitimately hates goku. No g loves goku not true. They're best best friends. I don't think it might be a little more now. Come on their best buy. That's that's driving while super wuzzy pickle pickle okay which is basically what was later. A full transition happens but needs to take on child and raise him himself and train him to be a fighter. He did his own son. Know someone else's. That's how it works mrs piccolo. You know you think piccolo fox. Oh wait. aren't they like a sexual. Yeah so i stand by my yes anything else you have to say about. And then the show ends with the absolute ends with you finding out. Her rather has also timer. This long story lines important throughout the whole show interesting scary disease for me very secure terrifying my step. Grandma had it he he. He was growing up so he was crazy. Manila upstairs. You know fucking hispanic families as a hispanic and and co worker is also like puerto rican and we talk all the time about like just the crazy shit that hispanic families just like this guy. He's crazy one. He's just a crazy one like you find out. He has like alzheimer's. And you're like wait. And anybody. Just say that i would have understood that. Say that wasn't home and we have a nurse coming just like on the walls. I didn't know why am i looking back. That wasn't nice. yeah. I also had almost no interaction with one hundred percents because he was sick. Yeah why telling me. I would have been nice shit so thing. It is totally and other races tosses. That happened you to other races. Toss tweeted us. Let us know. Do you have other excellent other races of humans. Puerto rico puerto rico. Just crazy man living upstairs. You have greasy relatives just living in your apartment for no reason. Let us know there was never just new and your mom and your dad never never somebody cousins and uncles and aunts and some people just coming over and be like. We're going to stay for a week and then years later jeff. Marcus yes does my name like the show. Don't wear it out. Ooh any final thoughts. Before i actually. Yes i do to go back. I do like the title of the show. See like the show. no. I don't would you recommend the show. I would one hundred and recommend the show if you like medical. This is the medical drama. Yeah it does. It's the best at what it does. If you were a fan of if you were like house a lot i feel like i feel like this is probably up those people's alley percent now.

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05:11 min | 2 years ago

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"But i'm going to go through. It is true. Roy and guess what that doctor is. Dr knows. dick notes edison. The a shows up. Oh really that was their wife. It's crazy yeah and mary is. He was laying in bed with someone. Is he married her meredith now see. I couldn't even talk one of the first episode. You see derek Then a couple of episodes into the first season at his shows up. She's a kind of madison. I'm his wife and he's like. Oh jason soon hijinks one. One season's climactic scene has made with gray now able to remove her hand from the body of a patient because if she does the bomb inside we'll go. That sounds so stupid but it sounds like this show that one point he got and beginning is going to be my only point. Because i'm gonna say this is true is true yes starts in one of the doctors the x ray and then he takes off his classes and looks to one of the residences to everybody hits a code black and it's like all the senior people know what that means other it's like what's it called black. What's it called. Black news is a bomb in the goddamn hospital. That's inside the guy even more fun fact. The reasoning is a bomb and because him and his friends were civil orien- actors and they all time grenade launcher that accidentally shot him in his thing. But it never went off three his stupid guest starring in a dramatic role a former child star lindsay lohan shows up as a schizophrenic sister of derek. Who attacks meredith. Who i want to say. This is true because that's really good and part of me is curious if you just said the craziest thing and they're all true dead. Be crazy Wasn't i will say i thought about doing that. But you would have caught on the fourth and more game. Yeah but i thought about doing that. Because i could. Yeah yeah yeah or did. I and i'm telling you this story off either way. I don't care. I'm gonna say false. Because a i don't know if anybody would cast lindsay lohan as an adult. I made us up. Ready meredith starts the show without any siblings but ends up with total four. We.

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02:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Does you think they feel like a lot of time. There's a lot of oops and it's like wow we're here. Yeah that's fair honestly. Oops and then. I'm sure some of them are divorced because they know that. I said i thought you were you. Were you feel like one of them. Yes one of them says no. And then there's an oopsy married you might as well have the happened in superhero. Also really spoilers fuck behind kid. Can't someone someone else doesn't want to get lexi. Maybe it is while but that's all interesting now. I you got me running around in circles. yeah. I'm also show. And then the and then episode wraps up with kelly having big dramatic moment of a big song big number. Yeah she saved babies born. I would watch a medical superhero drama with dr midnight. Upgrading superheroes i thought. The letter wasted opportunity. Netflix's had because the way they structure their shows. They can do whatever they want. They can make christmas special. They have now done realize they can't have done so some things. Why didn't they have a night nurse. Special like was aro dawson running between all the superheroes and and but it was like really like her birthday and like just super simple writing one birthday. No one knows. But she's got to keep saying and ends up at the end all israel's common they appreciate it is super easy. It's like three days of filming. Everyone would have loved it. Yeah like this is why we comic books de no no then got and everything i cancel. Yeah so we don't know forever see more punisher. Even the first season those are. I really did like the show but it wasn't it. Didn't i just it just so slow. That's fair which was so slow. They're devils not slow. It was the beginning but now season three and daredevil dublin punisher the best everything just a strong season one was great to dockery. Yeah but well. Marcus we've will receive talking about other shows you like instead of good because this is a better. Is there anything with musical episode. Let me look that. I have hidden in my sleeve you reveal. Are you satisfied about the whole episode. Now do your pocket too Too many relationships doctors to andro. She's sucks sandra. Oh's avi super smart. I hate hospital and saifi babble. They're just saying shit. That means nothing to the audience is a strange part of hospital shows. They do it all the time. And it's like a ninety. I would say ninety percent but like fifteen percent of the entire dialogue of an episode of a hospital..

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05:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Like good and he had to save five times. Yeah he was like you know you know which is good because that'll known showed like oh. Kelly must be cool personnel. Everyone fucking wants to be my guy. The stories with kelly she She interesting what does he do. She's real great. Give me give me a kelly okay. So our life she is a orthopedic attending surgeon so she works bones. She's a little crass and little hard edged at one point. Just boehner get it because bones bones owner. She's living hospital chaikin surgeries i and she meets. George oh my god george. Quirky and like lonely in like saturday. No george you do know george. He's the one you probably hit the most guy from one. yeah nice. Yeah and guess what we're going to get married. Oh man no we g- we get married. Oh man but oh other reasons. We're not going to get married. Oh man now. I'm a lesbian. Got damn oh man and then she makes another girl realize she's a lesbian and then she's like i love you in kelly's like ooh beg off your first lady she leaves and then she gets another lady in arizona but she's like nah arizona You want to go to africa to save. I don't wanna go to africa. We gotta break up slow man. Fuck me jesus comes back. it's terrible. I hate it. Ever go without you. I'm back and she's like off and then she's like you know what it'll be my baby to car accident. I'm like you're i can't. I never wanna watch related to the show. Never talked to me about man you ask. Oh jeez i regret it and then after that we go to Sloan's all upset and we get a little more lexi. You know alexia. She is super girl sister from. Yeah yeah but even before that. We like the chickens dying on the table. Yeah you know you you take me through. The there's two people are talks this five yang whatever same and some dude with hickey and some other lady there watching was supposedly one of their friends. Dying on the table. And don't like nick. You gotta hickey ou. And they're like doing that shit. I'm like are you fucking serious. Show does that a lot. I was like the show. People are dying relationships and stuff like yeah fuck in. Let let the moment breathe a little bit. Yeah i want to sit down. Feel the fact that this is like a crazy situation that everyone cares about her. Feel like those people are assholes are in the show. that's why now. Yeah not even like. I felt like i didn't even feel like you're assholes percentage felt like it was weird it just out of place. Yeah you know like if they were more like..

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Started. I was like oh she sees a flip blah blah blah. And i was like. Oh i hate. This is the reason because the show because these shows when the have this gives you a cheap reason for drama automatically instead of earning it like in another show like this is a short earn the earns every foot bless is like someone's dying okay the stakes immediately. It's like i have the disease and it's like oh no oh my god like how many main characters have had major disease at some point like i'm assuming at least five. We'll get into that. Don't you worry like it's just that kind of thing with medical research and just got a brain to miranda of course fucking course and then i was like other than scrubs that shows the best. It's the only medical show this is it. Okay slow to advocate with kelly. This dude says he doesn't understand what doesn't he understand. How a baby is made the doctor. He should know that no he knows. Arizona and kill you. I didn't know that i was taking my notes. And then after that song arizona. I asked her to marry me more. I never okay so white lady asked me to marry her. And kelly's pregnant sloan's kid now you got it got. That's the ticket i made. The red headed guy starts to sing. And he's amazed what is and he's really voice so he's pulling kelly into the i guess and then he starts singing and then there. There's so many fucking doctors at this hospital. isn't this all the main characters the show. I mean there's a couple nurses can adamy where like you can immediately tell who the main characters are ademi. Okay i know all the main characters. there's a lot. Yeah if like. Oh these are all the main characters because there's the there's the head of cardio and have brains general and there's a head of can still funny because every hospital if you know any nurses or anything that work in hospitals every fucking hospitals always understaffed and so all. The doctors are in this one room with this lady. Who doesn't need that many doctors in the room while they they like. How many nations fucking dying on rooms. They wave that away. Because this hospitals i love the center. So it's it's the one like it's you could hospitals go to if you're actually heard don't fucking tell me what hostels i go to. Nick i wanna fuck it go to level one level two low three trauma do it if you go to the little three trauma the shitty ones you to. They're not going to if somebody's action. Medevac you over to this hospital. Great my point fact immediately to level when my point being that it's it's it's it's i think it's high end because because you know we're not used to being you don't pity i guess so but still i feel like even the best hospitals like still understaffed. Well it's doctors. People singing would made me happy. Was that immediately. The doctor was like fuck out here. There's three people and i was like. Yeah.

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