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Fresh update on "griffiths" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

00:35 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "griffiths" discussed on Rollye James

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Fresh update on "griffiths" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

00:21 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "griffiths" discussed on Rollye James

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Donors Pledge $1.2 Billion in Emergency Funds for Afghans

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Donors Pledge $1.2 Billion in Emergency Funds for Afghans

"The United Nations announced on Monday it's drummed up more than one point two billion dollars in emergency pledges for helping eleven million Afghans ahead up the first high level conference on Afghanistan since the Taliban took power a month ago western governments big traditional donors and others announced pledges the wood beyond the six hundred six million dollars that the U. N. was seeking to cover costs through the end of the year Afghans face an escalating humanitarian crisis in the homeland and millions more elsewhere in the region as the U. N. human rights chief Martin Griffiths voiced concerns about the Taliban's first steps in establishing power I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

The Breakfast Club

01:02 min | Last week

Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

"Talk about the basketball hall of fame. They celebrated the class of twenty twenty one on saturday. They were sixteen legends. That were inducted into the hall of fame among those people chris. Bosh paul pierce chris webber also bill russell the first black mba head coach Two-time ncw national champion villanova coach jay wright seven-time wnba star in two time olympic gold medalist yolanda griffith seven times. Wnba star and three-time wnba. Most valuable player lauren jackson. Those were among the people who were honored. And here is paul. Here's Talking about the teams passed on him. Coming out of college team. All american projected number two pick and so. I like to thank the clippers new cover grizzlies denver nuggets. Toronto raptors go to stay whereas dallas mavericks sacramento case philadelphia. Seventy sixers and walkie buck knives past. Thank you for passing on adding fuel to my

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Concrete Commitments Needed to Aid Afghan People, Declares UN Relief Chief

UN News

01:05 min | Last week

Concrete Commitments Needed to Aid Afghan People, Declares UN Relief Chief

"With half of afghanistan's children under five at risk of severe malnutrition and two thirds of the country needing humanitarian assistance. The un's emergency relief is urging the international community to provide real commitments at a crucial aid conference on monday in an exclusive interview for u. n. News in geneva ahead of the conference. Daniel johnson sat down with the newly-installed head of you and humanitarian affairs. Martin griffiths who recently returned from his first visit to afghanistan now under taliban control he called on the taliban to recognize the scale of need across the country and urge them to respect the rights of women and girls. But we need on. Monday is a focus of the international community on the needs of the people in afghanistan. These needs have grown enormously because of recent weeks in afghanistan and we all understand that what monday is about. It's an opportunity for us to describe to. Member states are needs the needs the people have aniston and for them to pledge partnership with us to meet those needs in very difficult circumstances

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"griffiths" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Yeah i just try something every time and kind of feed into the next one dependent on the race. Maybe it'll cerise is going to be really hilly or really hot. And i'll try and prepare a slightly different way but you know london and october pretty standard. So yeah you know. I've got good experience to building up for that type of race than just keep working towards the end. You know roy. Out of shadow few key on maybe six weeks and advanced and key sessions and stuff but i lost her it. Depending on how. I feel and housing's going between loch where i've written before big half of the next six weeks of changes a little bit based off so often being able to reflect no state too rigid which i think of some people do. But i think you've got to be a certain type of person to coach yourself because you need to be motivated enough to get out. There will be enough to change. Things need to change yeah. I think that's really good. I think yeah i mean. I have a coach. Ben to but yeah i like the idea of having who is like you said especially if you go books..

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"griffiths" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Think about it. If this is what happens is yeah exactly and i think site. Lynn is while his still giving me that connection with the outdoors and still be able to explore and challenge and be around people again and and yet it will never be my first favorite thing but it is certainly being quite a savior in this last sort of six or seven months particularly bilden reduce such a big challenge to so the other thing. Though i saw inkling have to say is that you can't stop a law. Teashops dinu and the biking continue whereas running. Although i've pretty much perfected that we running as well But if you wanna run me fox you can't really keep something at teashops so pops because it's not going to end wells it whereas got. Yeah i mean that's almost like a driver in it and we were doing crazy distances. You know we we site to whitehaven to blend in two days three weeks ago and there's obviously a lot of training knuckles into that and we got really skilled at night knowing exactly where the good coffee was because you can ride along. We've gotten all sorts of things. But but and i agree. I mean. my husband is not driven. I so he is very skilled at at eating a lot and still moving. So maybe i've learned a bit from him as well. It must be an app muslim. That's not a few shops like. Yeah i'm in the middle of nowhere. Them must be allowed. Says good caffeine. Yeah so yeah. I mean talking about cycling. I the of meeting. With steve way again. My good old mate. I haven't seen for ages actually because he told dropped off a cliff on me running clips..

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Manny Pacquiao Prepares for His Potential Final Fight

ESPN Daily

01:47 min | Last month

Manny Pacquiao Prepares for His Potential Final Fight

"Simkin you just spend time with one of the biggest athletes on planet earth. What did you see what i saw in los angeles is in the build up to what is potentially the final fight of many pack yells story. Career was in many ways similar to every other up to every other big manny pack. I'll fight tim. Cuban is a senior writer for espn. The routine was the same. His training was the same. The schedule is the same. He still eats chicken and rice for breakfast. Every morning and gets gets teased for it. People are still gathering around him whether it be at griffith park where he does his workouts in the morning in a parking lot or at his home where people come to to pay their respects to him what he has met to them in their lives and how important he is figure in philippine culture but in many other ways this was a vastly different experience. This fight for manny pack. Yo is a transition of sorts. He will be moving on to a much. Perhaps more dangerous sport if you will in philippine politics there's a certain element of unease and uncertainty surrounding him. And it's because the title. He will soon be vying for its president of the philippines and his opponent. Rodriguez do tei is unlike any other. He has ever faced a man who plays by his own set of rules.

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Singer and Songwriter Nanci Griffith Has Died at 68

NEWS 88.7

00:35 sec | Last month

Singer and Songwriter Nanci Griffith Has Died at 68

"Griffith wrote songs about small town, Texas Life love at the five and dime in Gulf Coast Highway, but just as often her characters long to soar off to places from their homes, as in the Flyer and the wing in the wheel. The Grammy winning singer songwriter passed away on Friday at the age of 68. Griffith cut her musical teeth in the 19 seventies Texas, focusing eventually winning the hearts of critics and fans from Austin to Ireland. She released 18 albums, recording her own songs and paying tribute to writers she admired and her tunes became hits. But not for

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Ledecky, Dressel Star for US; Japan's Baseball Team Advances

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Ledecky, Dressel Star for US; Japan's Baseball Team Advances

"Senator sharply of the US on a three under sixty eight to take a one stroke lead over Japan's a techie months ago entering Sunday's final round of the men's golf competition Ireland's Rory McElroy is one of four golfers who sits three shots back there's a lot of us that are going to be going through experiences that that we've never experienced so that's that's going to be fun it's interesting and you know it's it's set this up for a I just had a really good day tomorrow U. S. men's basketball advanced to the quarterfinals following a one nineteen eighty four win over the Czech Republic the USA claiming bronze in the mixed four by four hundred track relay event a clean sweep of the podium for Jamaica in the women's one hundred meter final Elaine Thompson Hera broke Florence Griffith Joyner thirty three year old record to win gold in a time of ten point six one seconds I'm John with every

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Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo leaving Houston for Miami

One Life Radio

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo leaving Houston for Miami

"Says H p D Police chief Art Azevedo was leaving town to become the next police chief in Miami, Florida Houston police officers union president Doug Griffith is confirming Azevedo's move and says they wish him the best in Miami. Azevedo served as the HPD chief for more than four years. I'm Marco Marino. The views and

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Humpback Whales Change Their Migration Patterns as the Climate Warms

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 6 months ago

Humpback Whales Change Their Migration Patterns as the Climate Warms

"Every year humpback. Whales migrate from polar regions to warmer waters. Where they mate give birth raise their calves and amazed whale watchers. It's about just seeing a well. Seeing some of the acrobatic surface activity from breaching and tells leppings to falls chasing females even calves being born in the area. That's all if monica of australia's griffith university wales and climate research program. He says eastern australia. A spot for seeing the majestic animals but as the climate warms migration. Timing is changing for example in harvey bay humpbacks often arrive and leave earlier than in the past at the end of the season tour. Boats sometimes have trouble even finding a whale on top of that we also of course have higher uncertainty in terms of weather and we actually started to get a lot more rain in the dry season because the ocean is still so warm which can make for a wet uncomfortable day see. Monica says well watching businesses. We'll need to find ways to adapt for example by shifting. The season dates or offering flexible bookings so they can keep satisfying their customers. Even as the climate warms

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"griffiths" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"griffiths" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Just griffiths to pass. Thank you so much for joining me husband. Lovely to be with each stay. Thank ye now you all the clinical lead and For beat which is the league leading eating disorder charity. And you are psychotherapists. And i've asked you to join me on the show to really unpick. What i think is a hugely complicated and yet something that a lot of people live with Living with it. And therefore how can we expect somebody to make sense of something like their relationship with food their relationship with their body image if they actually have no guidelines about what it is within which they all working now listeners. I know that my son really complicated. But i'm bringing my own experience to this. Which is that. I've talked very openly. Poll cost about having issues body image having issues with food and then discovering i had binge eating disorder and that it was going to the beat website on the recommendation of talked a review auditor and the words binging t disorder is a is a form of mental illness. That made me stop in my tracks. Not just as why we get someone like you on is a clinical lead in a psychotherapist. You can actually dig into this on really add value to the conversation so would you just expanding it a little bit about what you do. And what your perspective on this topic these. Yeah absolutely say benji disorder really close to my high. Just fail kits the mace combination disorder. But the less the least nine about league recognized became a mental health condition in two thousand fifteen unanimous. I reason and i just think it's such an appeal. Tame time around know people who suffer from it find it so halts talk about set severe room responses from people sign. Many people have an opinion may on this and that can be sidama zhang to people. Were trying to open open up until capacity and experienced stolen. Today's who've suffered civil from say interactions with health professionals. Gp's need to lose weight neatly way to stand is to off capacity binge eating disorder to lose weight. Like the worst thing that you can do. Initially What he has to understand is the definition of eating disorders. The mu bed. Preoccupation around food weight and shape. I'm thought happens whether your whatever weight and it's all about the mental state and the thing king around three went in shape and within eighteen disorder. Therefore if you've got a movement preoccupation around focus on it more and maybe stop them by putting them on a diet that's gonna completely exacerbate this into a making so much worse say in terms of binge eating disorder. you know. this isn't just about being greedy. It's not about not having willpower. This is a serious mental health. Is she the. And i've had people say it's like a monster in my head. Drives me to been. Gee i i literally failed like a have no control over it so impulsive and and it's driven by emotional distress emotional everything having an extra cake it is. It's got serious underlying emotional distress issues that these people really need support with to get house engaging

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Understanding Binge Eating Disorder with Psychotherapist Jess Griffiths

The Emma Guns Show

03:38 min | 7 months ago

Understanding Binge Eating Disorder with Psychotherapist Jess Griffiths

"Just griffiths to pass. Thank you so much for joining me husband. Lovely to be with each stay. Thank ye now you all the clinical lead and For beat which is the league leading eating disorder charity. And you are psychotherapists. And i've asked you to join me on the show to really unpick. What i think is a hugely complicated and yet something that a lot of people live with Living with it. And therefore how can we expect somebody to make sense of something like their relationship with food their relationship with their body image if they actually have no guidelines about what it is within which they all working now listeners. I know that my son really complicated. But i'm bringing my own experience to this. Which is that. I've talked very openly. Poll cost about having issues body image having issues with food and then discovering i had binge eating disorder and that it was going to the beat website on the recommendation of talked a review auditor and the words binging t disorder is a is a form of mental illness. That made me stop in my tracks. Not just as why we get someone like you on is a clinical lead in a psychotherapist. You can actually dig into this on really add value to the conversation so would you just expanding it a little bit about what you do. And what your perspective on this topic these. Yeah absolutely say benji disorder really close to my high. Just fail kits the mace combination disorder. But the less the least nine about league recognized became a mental health condition in two thousand fifteen unanimous. I reason and i just think it's such an appeal. Tame time around know people who suffer from it find it so halts talk about set severe room responses from people sign. Many people have an opinion may on this and that can be sidama zhang to people. Were trying to open open up until capacity and experienced stolen. Today's who've suffered civil from say interactions with health professionals. Gp's need to lose weight neatly way to stand is to off capacity binge eating disorder to lose weight. Like the worst thing that you can do. Initially What he has to understand is the definition of eating disorders. The mu bed. Preoccupation around food weight and shape. I'm thought happens whether your whatever weight and it's all about the mental state and the thing king around three went in shape and within eighteen disorder. Therefore if you've got a movement preoccupation around focus on it more and maybe stop them by putting them on a diet that's gonna completely exacerbate this into a making so much worse say in terms of binge eating disorder. you know. this isn't just about being greedy. It's not about not having willpower. This is a serious mental health. Is she the. And i've had people say it's like a monster in my head. Drives me to been. Gee i i literally failed like a have no control over it so impulsive and and it's driven by emotional distress emotional everything having an extra cake it is. It's got serious underlying emotional distress issues that these people really need support with to get house engaging

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"griffiths" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"griffiths" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Griffiths. Tally flower. Did you take the collar Florida Chop it up into small florets thrown in the oven for 30 minutes to soften him up, and then you mix it with Avocado male, not the traditional male. You want to go paleo and nondairy avocado mail. I use roasted garlic cloves that I get from my local deli, some lemon juice and a few other things. You put that in a another safe bowl. Happened with the ever loving nondairy cheddar cheese shredded and throw that in the oven for 15, 20 minutes at 400 degrees, and what you do with the dips. If you're not gonna use Fred's burritos, there are these Cauliflower chips, and you use that with this dip doesn't get any better than that. Hannah and Fred Show Sunday mornings at 11 on Leon. Smart talk. It is estimated that 1.5 million people are arrested for D U I every year in the United States and Illinois alone over 30,000 motorists are arrested for d U I Driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana or drugs, is one of the most complex of traffic charges on the books. Most people do not understand the complexities of the standardized field sobriety tests. Which are horizontal gaze, nystagmus, the walk in turn and the one leg stand test due to improper testing procedures. Many people are wrongfully charged with D U I Whether you have been charged with a do you why? Or Eun attorney handling do you? I cases the books Do you guys decoded explains a proper procedures for standardized field sobriety testing Breathalyzer testing. The penalties in Illinois for driving under the influence Do.

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DawgNation's Mike Griffith Makes Wild Accusations About the Potential of Georgia Football

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:13 min | 7 months ago

DawgNation's Mike Griffith Makes Wild Accusations About the Potential of Georgia Football

"Going to read you a comment. That danny sheridan gave to us. I think it was about a week ago. Danny was picking the final four and he georgia to go to the final four this coming season and he said i would say the fourteen would be. George think georgia is loaded in. Georgia does not win this year. They are not going to win for a long time. And by that i mean. Get to the final four. Do you think this is the season as georgia is. Getting playoff are bus for kirby smart and his team. Yeah i've heard that the last few years in kirby keeps finding players in georgia keep finding ways to contend being a contender and actually doing. It are two different things. But what georgia's john paul. As they've stayed in the conversation or as curry says you gotta keep getting those at bats and when he finished in the top ten. Four straight years as georgia's don you recruit as well as kirby has you give yourself a chance and georgia's become known as a place that quarterbacks like to come now. The results have not always blossomed. Is much as people would like but you look at this roster now and jt daniels. Looks like one of the best quarterbacks in the country coming back. He's a former five-star they signed broadband. A grip he was a five star. Wants committed oklahoma. Now they've got gunner stockton committed a twenty twenty two five star. I mean my goodness talent is everywhere and now it's just a matter georgia finishing the job on football field. Which brings me one more comment and we don't we. Don't go out looking at other shows to bring you information. We take it from our own program. And i believe those two weeks ago booger mcfarland. We all know boogers credentials. He said this on on our show he said if you are a bulldog fan and you're going to sit there and stare honestly in the eye kirby has done less with more than maybe even mark. Rick how would you respond to that. Wow i guess. I'd say first of all you've got to get more right. You've got to have those recruiting classes in the top two or three. That's a good problem to apple and as far as doing more with less they're less with pernille they're getting ready. You can't if you can't finish the job though mike. That's i mean you're you're you're you're you're playing right in to what these guys are saying georgia out recruit anyone would maybe the exception of alabama But when are they going to finish the job. That's the question that georgia fans are asking. Yeah it's it's been tough when you win the sec. Three years in a row. And you lose to alabama in the sec championship. Game and twenty eight teeny get left out of the playoff for you. Come within one play of winning the national title twenty seventeen. I mean. i can't answer those questions for you. Know it's funny. You had ryan mcgee up there a few minutes ago talking about the late. Great dale earnhardt. He didn't win the daytona five hundred until his twentieth attempt. So those big game. Victories can be kind of a lucid. And i think that's happened for george. Remember paul kirby smart is only forty five years old. This is only year six for him. You look at how long it took guys. Like steve spurrier and nick sabin and they were six seven years into their careers before they got their national titles.

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17 people shot this past weekend in Houston

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

17 people shot this past weekend in Houston

"The city of Houston had 17 shootings over the weekend and already has 44 murders so far this year, Doug Griffith with the Houston police Officers union told Houston's morning news. HPD morale is getting worse. We're stretching. Very, very thin. And then when you have the courts, releasing these guys over and over and over, it just emboldens them. There's Mr Turner says the city will increase police presence in parts of town identified by crime data as hot spots.

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Redditors took on hedge funds over GameStop stock and won. So what now?

All In with Chris Hayes

05:26 min | 8 months ago

Redditors took on hedge funds over GameStop stock and won. So what now?

"Video game retailer. That's not doing business. Right now just toppled in value on friday. Game stop was worth forty three dollars a share and a bunch of people got together on read it on a message board called wall street bets and they just decided. Let's buy up game. Stop stock and push prices higher and higher now a sheriff game one three hundred and forty seven dollars. Those read it. Based investors made lots of money they have also up ended the entire stock market and bled dry a bunch of hedge funds so much so the white house and treasury now monitoring. What's going on erin. Griffith is also monitoring. What's going on as a reporter for the new york times and she joins me now a aaron. Can you explain. I the origin. There's so there's a reddit thread where people talk about. Trading on wall street stuff called wall street bets is that right right and has about two million users i think and it's not just unrooted. They're also lots of other places on social media where people are gathering talk about stocks. Obviously out there on twitter there on dischord channel which actually shut down today for reasons that are unrelated but the mets people getting together and talking about stocks and it's become extremely popular in the pandemic because While there's no sports the worse there's not a lot of gambling. People are bored and so robin hood which is a stock trading app that has a mission of democratising investing has become extremely popular over the last year. A lot of people are day trading. Now right to robin was. Yeah so basically that. That's where it started right so you can get other robinhood app and thousand dollars or five hundred dollars or you don't have to have some huge amount of money right. You go on this board now. The origin of this as i understand it was it was kind of a troll and it was a troll directed at a bunch of hedge funds had made what's called shorts. They were betting the game stopped. Stock would go down. because it's business looked imperil. does that. is that how it worker started. Yes yes basically A lot of red investors have some kind of vendetta against shortsellers. I'm part of this comes from elon. Musk tesla is one of the most shorted most bet against stocks. And he has. This kind of say is very anti short-selling and So there's kind of manipulation that you can do where if the stock goes way up the short seller's hedge funds that are betting against the company betting on its docks no down. They get squeezed and the higher. The stock goes the more you know. The more the more money they're losing it can become really ugly for them and so they have the the traders know this and they kind of turned it into a game. This is the first time happened before of till ray. Which is a cannabis. Had that happen to them before. But it's definitely the first time it's happened at this scale right so that's interesting. I don't think i that elon. Musk doesn't like shorts. And a lot of people that run companies don't like shorts because what shortsellers do is say we bet on. You're gonna you're doing bad and our selves can drive your stock down. So they go and they look at this stock game. Stop that a lot of wall street hedge funds and said you're in trouble. We're going to bet against you. And they were like we'll take the other side of the bet. We'll rally to rescue the day game. Stop stock and am i right that there's like multiple hedge funds that have now lost billions of dollars on this. I don't know how many have have lost and how much. But there's there's definitely. At least one hedge fund. Melvin capital that had to take a three billion dollar bailout a from a fellow fund over rumors that by the going out of business. They denied that anyone who is short on the stock shorting. A stock is extremely risky. And so anyone who had that position is is definitely hurting right now and tweeted about drawing more attention to it in now all this news coverage the fact that the stock was halted nine times yesterday. The trading was because of so much volatility is drawing more attention to it getting more people sort of rallying in this area absurd mischievous game. So here's what i don't quite get like. At a certain point. I guess this started to get momentum of its own because it doesn't seem like the number of people who've downloaded the robin hood app and are on this reddit. Thread kinnock possibly account for the volume. That is pouring into this stock. Yeah i think. That's a good point. And i think a lot of people are sort of framing like oh this is the little guys rising up against the evil hedge funds and i mean that is worth noting that the hedge funds are also in wall street. Beds there look. They're following this. They're looking at what people are doing. And there are definitely enough people who are day trading on robin to to kind of move. The market share significant are move the market cap significantly of small or thinly traded companies. So big investors are following this now too. I mean you saw a who's very prominent. Silicon valley investor. Tweet that he was following it to i. There's probably some some big money playing in this alongside the read the verdict

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When Could Normal Travel Resume

AFF on AIR Podcast

04:21 min | 8 months ago

When Could Normal Travel Resume

"Fifty two of af on and the first episode for two thousand and twenty one. It's saturday the twenty third of january. Happy new year firstly. And i hope you had a nice break over the christmas holiday period when i recorded the lost episode on the twelfth of december two thousand and twenty things looking really good in australia there was just one state border closed. It was judiciary put on christmas day and that border from south australia westminster. We did infact to reopen on schedule but sadly we own i things otherwise. Didn't quite go to plan. They was Nineteen outbreak in sydney's northern beaches. Shortly after that last episode went to air and there were also small outbreaks in melbourne brisbane. Over the summer which have caused havoc with state border restrictions. The holidays so where are we now will later in the episode. We'll look in more detail at the current state border restrictions and also coming up. We'll discuss when international borders might be able to reopen and win. Travel might be able to return to normal as well as the plight of trillions currently trying to get home and yes. You've probably noticed that the podcast does have a new intro believe it or not af on a recently celebrated its second birthday so we decided it would be a good time to freshen up things be with some new music and also a new podcast artwork which he might see if you're listening to this episode on a podcast streaming service. The background image. By the way the police sky in the puffy white clouds is actually a photo that i took somewhere. In japan on japan airlines flight took care a couple of years ago. This is the first major change we have made since the very first episode was released in december. Two thousand eighteen so hope you like it and although the podcast might sound a little different now dowry we're not making any changes to the podcast format. Well as always. Let's begin this episode with a roundup of the latest alien and frequent flyer news and today there is more news to talk about than usual since it has been over a month since the last episode. Well let's start with an update on the qantas and virgin australia. Airport lounges quotas has now reopened thirty of its thirty five domestic. Airport lounges. Well virginis trulia has now reopened five of the seven lounges. Eight plans to reopen virgins lounges. And now back up and running in brisbane sydney melbourne the gold coast and perth one. Although virgin is currently only using the apple level of it sending lounge and in melbourne passengers being sent to what used to be agents. Vip club lounge. I visited the brisbane lounge a couple of times over the summer break and well it was nice to be back in the lounge and it was pretty quiet and social. Distancing was observed. Well unfortunately the catering was very limited. There was no hot food just a few basics like syria and muffins in the morning and they were sandwiches in the evening and despite the limited food virgin is also now banned lounge guests from bringing in outside food. But i'm pleased to say that the barista's station was opened. The coffee was excellent and beer and wine was also available after twelve pm unfortunately both corners and virgina now restricting lounge access on a rival so passages that have just come off a flight and neither a-line between full nick hamas of the change when they made them. Virgin australia has hasn't read the benefit for business costs flies. Platinum and goldman is indefinitely while qantas doesn't really seem to have a policy. Although many quotas platinum members who should be allowed to use the lounge off to they arrive at nation have reported that they were denied entry. Virgin australia has now updated their website but qantas has not meanwhile quotas has permanently closed all of its airport meeting rooms and it is permanently closing. Its valet parking services in brisbane and adelaide airport in some happy news. Qantas will launch flights on seven. New regional routes in early two thousand and twenty one and cl including two to new destinations qantas announced a raf of new regional routes late. Last year for melvin to newcastle marin bela mount gambia woke up and aubrey quavos. Top flats from sydney to griffith and from adelaide to mount gambia. The knee flights will be operated by cornices regional subsidiary qantas link the announcement enraged regional rival wrecks. Which currently has a monopoly on many of those routes prompting rex to complain once again to the triple c. Corrects which is about to start boeing. Seven three seven flights on qantas invasions lucrative golden triangle reads complains that quotas trying to force it out of its profitable. Regional routes

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Georgia Bulldogs announce no make-up game for Vanderbilt Commodores cancellation

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:35 min | 9 months ago

Georgia Bulldogs announce no make-up game for Vanderbilt Commodores cancellation

"Always great to Welcome back mike griffith to the program and mike. Let's start with the georgia bulldogs. After a spectacular saturday. They were hoping for one more game. It had already been postponed and now it has been canceled in what has been the reaction there and can anything be done about well. We're not gonna probably ever have anything like this in the future but really curious about your thoughts. Yeah a lot of fury. A lotta anger at georgie. No i it's twofold one georgia's playing great football. Jt daniels i mean before jt. They convert forty two percent of the third downs with jt. They convert sixty six right. Jt daniel six touchdown passes on on third down throws three incompletions. I mean the guys night and day. It's been amazing. Some people maybe. It's the schedule actually know if you look at the third down defense is the last. Three teams actually ranked better than the first six on average. What georgia's played. This guy has made all the difference in the world. It makes a difference in recruiting. Suddenly you have players. That are migrating to georgia that. Want to be a part of the georgia offense again so this transformation is happening in the shadows. Now that's georgia's fault. They didn't take care of business when they needed to jacksonville or in tuscaloosa and so they're sitting out this week so you don't get to see it but it's been happening on saturdays in athens and this georgia outgoing class. All these guys had an opportunity to be the winningest class in georgia football history. That's quite a legacy. But because vanderbilt canceled out all they can do is tie that mark now and so the a piece of their legacy is gone understand. Covid nineteen is not controllable but in the case of vanderbilt its players that are quitting the team and in the case of vanderbilt they cancelled on december fifth rally the troops for their senior day on december twelve and then canceled on georgia again. After the fact so georgia couldn't even get an alternative game that was acceptable for the senior day. So there's a lot of of anger and frustration and disappointment and all george can do now is hope that they get a good bowl draw. I think they need notre dame to upset clemson. I think if that happens. And if chalk holds and ohio state beat the bad northwestern and alabama roles florida. You could see georgia clemson in the orange bowl and i think that could excite the georgia fan but as things currently project. You're looking maybe. Cincinnati georgia in which case. Maybe some georgia guys opt out and say you know what it's cincinnati. It's it's not a real game.

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Los Angeles Parks And Rec Retires Ranger Horse ‘Scout’ After 6 Years

Leo Laporte

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Los Angeles Parks And Rec Retires Ranger Horse ‘Scout’ After 6 Years

"Retiree is ready to kick up all four legs after six years with the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, a horse named Scout is leaving his saddle behind. 19 year old Palomino quarter horse was part of the park Ranger division mounted unit that patrol the trails in L. A parks, medical issues forced scout off the trail and into his new home near Griffith Park, where he'll be taken care of by a pair of experienced equestrians. Bill

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Laverne Cox says she was targeted in transphobic attack

The Adam Carolla Show

01:27 min | 10 months ago

Laverne Cox says she was targeted in transphobic attack

"Laverne cox. You probably know her. Best from starring in orange is the new black says. She and a friend were attacked in a park near her. Los angeles. home this griffith park for you. Locals and at the assault was an anti transgender. Hate crime says new jersey smaller situation. are the over under was on somebody saying that because i don't know anything about it but when i hear attacked i no longer think attacked. And in this case. She does claim it got physical. But but that's all we know. i mean. see this kind of our problem with changing all the verbiage. All the time like if you were attacked in a park you were attacked in a park. Like i punches right at somebody has going to have a black guy like a split open lipin a torn blouse or whatever. But let's figure this is where things may get hinky again. I don't know. I don't know this is just. I'm just reporting what she said So she was in griffith with a friend and she says we pass this guy and the guy very aggressively asked for the time he then asked my friend guy or girl because i guess it was not obvious. Gender wise who she was with the unnamed friend cursed it the man who began throwing punches but fled when the actress called nine one one but she hung

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"griffiths" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Uncommon

"You can such uncommon show on youtube. The social you can keep up to date with behind the same at uncommon underscore shirt on instagram with all that being said. Let's get into the episode my guest this week solving griffiths and co founder of who gives a crap has locked down bingoing going. I mean we've been really lucky. We live an hour south melbourne in shoreham on the moines. I'll really Yeah have have a little bit more space The nearest shops at ten kilometers away Uh some was able to keep going to kindergarten and that's ten kilometers away so we've sort of felt really young very fortunate to not be in the city for this the second part and then the the make some people really unhappy but a lot in the waves of being title. Emt which has been amazing. Yeah i can imagine. You have too many City slickers down their showroom. Okay see nick hype shank merrick's flinders and yeah. Is that like a family spot. It's a family grew up a normally in the city. We've down here for four years We used to live in the city. i think i was in melbourne for fifteen years before that maybe long and then yeah we. We kind of bought a place On a whim and took about a year to figure out that we actually wanna leave in this city anymore and so we kind of moved down fulltime. And i've really enjoyed an. I should say would normally because we have an american team and it's quite hot to You know tame you really want to spend time with people face to face. Only spend a few months in la e. working with a team of their So it was interesting thing moving out of the city but i think we felt like we both spent enough time kind of leaving the city life to to step away from it but we get all the stuff that you see life when we're in l. a. Which is amazing takeaway food and kind of stuff. That's hard to get down here. We kind of get that stuff usually for three months of the year and then happy to of feel like we're living in the bush the rest the time does and who gives a crap has an office in the city. Sort of we..

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George Gascon Leading Jackie Lacey In Race For Los Angeles District Attorney

Morning Edition

01:06 min | 11 months ago

George Gascon Leading Jackie Lacey In Race For Los Angeles District Attorney

"Night at the zoo. Many of the contest, though, are still too close to tall and that was clearly on the minds of voters and party officials as case here, W's Benjamin Gottlieb reports. It is without a doubt, A very strange scene here at the zoo. I'm standing in the parking lot right where the 1 34 and the five intersects. You see, rows of cars pointed toward a big blowup screen watching MSNBC and the presidential results. This event put on by the way, Democrats hosted a number of the candidates they've supported, including David Room, who's running to defend his fourth City Council district seats, and George Gascon, who's challenging Jackie Lacey for district attorney as well as several other candidates. The sentiment here amongst voters and party officials is cautious optimism. While California is reliably blue. And many of the folks here are confident that their candidates will win the local races and the state balance there is concern about the presidential race, and you can see it amongst the supporters and also the Democratic staff. Reporting from Griffith Park for K C W I'm

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Episode 137 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 2 - burst 09

The Moratorium

03:07 min | 11 months ago

Episode 137 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 2 - burst 09

"Of helping the killer a little bit by being monumentally stupid and. I. Kind of made me think of Oh I. Think it was sought to night where the girl was going to get the antidote or whatever, and it was in that trap box she stuck her arm and Michigan Blur arm back out. Yeah right? Yes. That's Kinda. How this guy just poked his head out. and. I guess it was like an elevator shaft or something opened onto the roof. It's not really clear and the way that it happened that things on a hinge in the way that it happens like he'd have to just hold his neck at a certain position for that thing to like slam down on top it's not like. It's doors it opens they used to come down and clamp around his neck. But I still enjoy that death because he. Is Good but it just seems like he was he's like suicidal or sent home. He wanted that tap and there's also a pitchfork death that's in the pictures this again, I wish we'd all my God. Let's devote the rest of our lives to doing a breakdown of what implement was used. And how many times you know we'll get a big chart going you UN. Sure Yeah pitchfork deaths. Lectures. I. Give an ascend. My two weeks notice to work right now because it's going to take his going to take some time with monks. We're going to be leading a little alike room together the microwave. That's all we have to just a microwave. Most popular stabbed with a pitchfork movies and TV shows. Yeah. Now, that's actually something that pulled up on. IMDB. Really yes it actually has Naive thinking that nobody had tabulated all that yet. They can you can actually on refine searches and keywords a home Mike God you can click on stab with pitchfork PITCHFORK says twenty two. but it also says bare-chested male. Yeah. Okay. Wow. They're really like there's all kinds of filters you can have applied to. Stab with a pitch for the prowler. Yeah. For sure delirium I don't remember delirium. Is that a F- lumber to Baba we're not to watch that. It's incomprehensible also the burning had like hedge clippers or something yes. So there was a excessive force I guess had a pitchfork death I don't remember that. There's a movie actually called pitch for two thousand and sixteen. At least it made the list. I. Guess we should have figured that did Otas name Michael Ian. Thomas in Griffith Thomas Ian Griffith I can't remember his whole name I wonder if

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"griffiths" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Such is a at the world championships the. Dot. Dot, who was might be beaten. For. Two and a half minutes as a panel. Truck after the rice of that and it was unanimous. That was couldn't be allowed. So unfortunately was in our situation after the rice but the wrong decision was might completely forgot about that. Anyway. So that's a difficult difficult decision. That's the world championships us not the club rice at lanes field that. And that's the thing to our minimum were sitting back in the hotel thinking about that we'll lock. It's difficult position because he's a young guy and potentially in the future coming up our that would've meant a lot to him and I'm not gonNA say would have been better to do a tour a senior prior but you know why Bain but in the end of the day, if he starts when learning that way, that's also not. A positive thing. But as A. Rod Ya know the conversation. But if you do that yeah, there's only one thing that's going to happen. If he gets soon you get disqualified so and also it's it's just like if you get away with it, you can you always going to do that. I've always said this is someone else. If I get dropped and arcane finished without being ridiculous just finish every rice and this gossip. Day. Yeah, it always stuck in my head and always finish every rice now because you can you know and it's a good thing to do, and if you just keep pulling out of races, all of the sudden, you just doing it and I think it's it's it's a bad bad habit. Sorry. It's the same thing. Even just getting dropped some talk as coma safe on a when I was a writer. To get, dropped soon. When did get dropped? There was no coming back because I always shot. Yeah. But you see so many cars that just there on the back and then overnight you can say they just turn the switch off. That's a mental decision I just drift off the back and then five his lighter they're back only fifty.

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"griffiths" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Did. I everyone and welcome to in the Peleton on the eve of the Walters Spaniard and I thought I'd sit down with law not introduce the Knicks episode welcome. Hi Mitch Chicks Well, it's just gone mid October and your getting ready for a three week. Grandeur must feel really quite strange than the days are getting shorter the temperatures dipping a bit. What's it like? There in in Spain where you are at what it felt like today the break of spring it was a very, very weird feeling because it was like a big cool in the ad the sun was breaking through enough. These feels like a die just after you know probably Rubai and I'm just starting to get myself ready for the next block and I was like hang. On it's the end of the year and I'm about to step into the Walter spending, it doesn't feel like on the grand tour let alone the Vuelta. So it is a very surreal feeling bought on the other side of things. I'm very much looking forward to doing upbeat rice and making twenty twenty or worthwhile. We've you know I'd be great at the end of the. While it is the day after the to a Florida. So I suppose you weren't that far on is very, very unusual though it is very unusual and it's very unusual watching these races and everything being out of sync in eighties just a disastrous as in you know whatever it was two three months ago maybe four months ago I was very skeptical that would get these far. And I'm very happy that we have got this far. I never thought we'd be Outta do all this and rice light, but it's amazing Get yourself do when the circumstances changed. So who in this week's episode of Life in the Peleton Mitch I've got an exciting episode wake I thought it'd be very good to bring this episode up because originally wanted to release these win the windfall spending was originally on because today I'm talking to Greg Griffiths, who is a UCLA international commerce say and he is from Australia and I sat down with him over the summer when Australia, he actually doesn't leave too far away from as from elwyn and we were talking about when I seem at. The VUELTA Spaniard and I take note from him popping his head out of the top of the car there and I thought right he's going to be great besides release just before the Vuelta. So here we are a little bit delighted. We're on the eve of the Vuelta thought be great to hear about behind the scenes from a coma say what they actually have to Halacha unpacked the rules they make those decisions, the daily life of a calm. So it's a pretty good episode a hope you enjoy it sit back and enjoy Greg Griffiths. For. Welcome, Greg Greg Griffeth Studies Ucla International. One I wanted to cite he first off the BAT is the Loss Tomas O. U.. I think was about stage fifteen at the start and the world's respect. I was seeing they nervously on the lawn you're there and you're smart watch. It just slipped out of you read CAA just had. We just had a casual conversation on the side of the law in there and on went my Mary little up the road and you and you'll marry a little while back into the CAA and that was that was that the last time we shall think it was Mitch Thanks for coming along tonight and this. Should be interesting I i. think what I wanted to ask was, what did you actually do? At that point because I went up the road and I had a hell of a die following the wheels but then you stepped into the column what happened from that moment? First thing when the wind is up sick and wing thing or put the conditioner on Unlock Yourself, I had some comfort for the day but the. is to make sure that the rice is run fairly and within the rules and safely as well. So during the day, we just concentrate on all the things that can happen in a bar Christ with one, hundred seventy or eighty rodas or I will, and let's take it back a few steps from the because now everyone's hearing that international compensate what does that actually mean in? All sports have a referee commerce as a referee aims to go back to the beginning. What easycall? Is firstly explaining that to other people usually have to explain that it's firstly it's a French would. So means an official or referees you've mentioned. Can be a judge Sarcoma Serta bark rice can be someone who judges the finish line who follows in the car to watch the rice evolve MRS on the right is also trek comb assays and mountain box are all the disciplines have their own courses, but it's just the the officials that adjudicate on the rice out. So like a soccer referee or in Aussie rules I'm Paula psychopathy will then had he become calmest say am want you want to become a columnist? Say because you're you were rata extra I rice again she a very good. Way and they need decide to make the switch to become and say. Well, Rice from nineteen seventy-one until two, thousand and two. So it was a long time nationally as you as yourself but in a high level in Australia. had a bad crash into the into authority done some coma searing product at the club and state level and. became a national COMERC- or in two thousand and one an I could say that I was nearing the end. So had to plan for the future. A lot of appease were in coaches could say that that sort of the sport was IVA supplied if you'll likely was. million. Coaches and. And probably lighter more years is a writer all starting a little disparate in some move maneuvers and are probably spiked to a few as along the way and guess thought perhaps could do as good a job a better job than some of the papal dealt with. So I proceeded further so. I think two thousand dollars a coma, two, thousand and one, a national COMERC- and two, thousand, four and international coma. So it was quite a progression and they on the levels that was another question I want to ask you. They are the levels is that all there is the three levels for anyone out there well for. If starting off in the current regime, it's the club. COMERC- which is something that parents often do online. It's just a a course to Mike people familiar with the regulations Ni- can officiate a club rice and help out around the club. So if you're doing a northern combine. Road rice out here in the suburbs, you can be club coma saying is that Be Club Coma see just means firstly, that as a coma say you'll have a license so you'll have some insurance..

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"griffiths" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Very core drug science must remain independent means. We don't accept sponsorships. It's with the support of the drug. Sounds community were able to do this. I made the podcast in the first place. If. You're able to become a drug science diminishing member and support the show you two will be supporting the dissemination of evidence based drug policies without you. None of this will be possible. For anybody interested. There's a link in the show notes. Thank you. Hello and welcome to the. PODCAST with me David. Here. We're bringing together. Experts and activists for rational, honest and phone conversation about. A fascinate productions podcast for drug science. Today I have A. Very old friend man who's been alongside meal, my scientific career. Great Scientists Ronin Griffiths from John Hopkins in Baltimore. So, welcome Roland good to see you looking so well. Pleased to be here with you. David and at is true. Yeah, you and I go back decades. Well I can tell people when I first met you. I came to John Francis Scott Key. Your research establishment in one, thousand, nine, hundred five. and. I was kind of overwhelmed the how facility you had. Me and Oxford doing a single subject at a time you know in a little room, which was my office as well and then you had these research wards, and you have people with addictions and doing drug preference tests and. And in those days you know you were absolutely in the world leader in understanding the nature of drug, liking and independence and tolerance, and you tell us a bit about that because you. You worked in very many different different drugs and caffeine and menzies and. Opiates tell us about about how you. You know you how you started off in science. well, let's see well when you came in eighty five, we had already been added for. More than ten years there at Francis. Scott key, which was later to become Johns Hopkins. I was trained in psychopharmacology, University of Minnesota, really behavioral pharmacology approach to understanding the nature of behaviorally active mood-altering drugs, and my principal research focused initially was on abuse, potential mood altering drugs. And I had. A baboon laboratory at the time in which we did. Self, administration, studies and Drug Discrimination Studies, and then we had a human laboratories, in which we focused on alcohol and sedative, hypnotic, and eventually a variety of other kinds of compounds..

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"griffiths" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"And and and we thought we didn't want to start out with. Cocaine or alcohol or opioid dependence because we didn't know what was going to happen, we didn't know that if these were going to have positive effects. And and we ran a initially a small pilot study in fifteen chronic cigarette smokers, and and combined sil assignment administration with cognitive behavioral therapy for. A cigarette smoking cessation. In the results showed that eighty percent of that group was abstinent biologically. Verified abstinence at six months now that that's actually an outrageous. Outrageous outcome for cigarette smoking. Because I so high, it's so high is just it's unthinkable, high and and so we now are proceeding Matt's running a Comparative Efficacy Study comparing assignment intervention with with nicotine replacement. But other investigators. Michael Bobin shoot, said New York. University is doing very promising work in alcoholics and He's soon a very positive signal there and Pieter Hendriks down at a University of Alabama. Birmingham is showing positive signal with cocaine. in in his preliminary studies and were about to launch a study in. Opiates. So. It's. It it does appear. This is one of the remarkable features of of the psychedelics as therapeutics. It does appear that they have Cross a trans, diagnostic. Efficacy that they they act across range of different conditions. So you know we're accustomed to treating drug dependence a with a pharmacological Tool this specific for the receptor in the in the drug, for which people are depending on, so my like Methadone for heroin addiction. in nicotine replacement for? Cigarettes right right but here we had this intervention that appears to be applications across. A range of drugs and again. It's pointing toward this psychological flexibility as being the mediator of this, you know rather than interacting at a specific receptor site system that's underlying the the addiction process of that of the particular problematic drug. So just a last question on we may have listeners who are experiencing depression, substance, use disorders or other mental health problems who think that this kind of therapy sounds like something they would like to participate in. How do they get involved and if not at Johns Hopkins where where can they apply to become participants in tests? Trials. Yes, so as I mentioned. There are two entities that are running clinical trials right now and except. For. A all research centers being shut down at least temporarily. those trials will. Continue and in that's the use owner research institute. And a compass pathways. And in if if people google those, you can find them online you can enroll in their trials. Both of those companies have A series of sites across the country that are enrolling volunteers were enrolling volunteers for the sonal trial at Johns, Hopkins in Baltimore, but but there I think they're about ten sites across the country for each of those entities, and so people could. Apply for those. Studies that said I you know the inclusion exclusion criteria are substantial and people a may get randomized to A. a placebo or ineffective era or very low dose, condition but that's the nature of what's required in order to run regulatory trials sure. Great Well Dr. Griffiths thank you much for joining us today. This conversation has been enlightening on many many levels. Let me, just added Your listeners could also look up our center website. View Google Hopkins Psychedelic. You'll find the center the Johns. Hopkins Center for Psychedelics and conscious research, and we're running a number of studies through our center and in some of which we're recruiting..

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"griffiths" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"Or family, history of of schizophrenia and and currently we also exclude people with bipolar disorder if it has. bipolar wine, which can have a psychotic presentations. So there is there there is concern. About this we are strong advocates. Are Research Center. For systematic investigation of the rhys, and as well as the benefits, therapeutic efficacy of these of these compounds, and we think that that's. Best Played Out Using the tools of science that we have. Through systematic research and ultimately regulatory trials. That are currently ongoing. And there are two companies right now. That are leading. Trials to investigate a suicide solicitation as a treatment for either treatment, resistant depression or major depressive. Disorder. If those trials precede in there under they. Under the direction are under this control of FDA. Proceed and are positive. Then we would expect within. To six years from now. Suicide and may be approved. For Medical Use and I'm thinking if if it words likely to be approved under. Very controlled conditions in which the drug is dispensed to. Clinics and providers who know how to manage These types of experiences and who can provide the screening and support during the sessions and the after care that is necessary to optimize experiences and minimize risks, so it would be kind of what you're doing right now where there would be people present at the time that somebody took took the drug. Maybe you can talk about that, and and what the therapist do while they're sitting there. Because I would be concerned I mean it still would be possible even though you're carefully screening your participants. For somebody to have what we from the sixties and seventies would call a bad trip. What happens then? Yes, yell let me describe the setup for the sessions. And then we can go into some of those a more difficult experiences. So So people are carefully screened, we do psychological. Testing with them, we a full skid we. We need to assure ourselves that we can develop rapport and trust with them, because these experiences at high doses of something like. Even can be very disorienting and people can feel really quite psychologically vulnerable. So we spend maybe eight hours, in a contact time with them, and there are two therapists involved. In this prior to the the session, the suicide in session itself involves people coming in having had just a very light. Low Fat Breakfast Taking a capsule that contains synthesized. Silla Simon. And then we had them a lay on the couch for. The day is Syl Simon affects last anywhere from. from six to seven hours. We had them lay on the couch..

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"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Years ago with her supercars. Yep We're hybrid electrics and obviously now the full. Ev Concept is coming into full bloom. Yup and it's a message that we're promoting all the time what we do and it's also talking about not wanting to get political but it's our responsibilities to the environment and to the greater world around us that we cannot keep doing the same things we cannot keep running. Fossil fuels is electric. Ation going to replace the internal combustion engine certainly looking that way. In some countries maybe hybrid. Technology is perhaps the better route because of the the ultimate range you can get from it but for certainly inner city transportation living here in Los Angeles. You Run an electric car all day long and it will make zero difference competitive. Your travel time for me to be. That's right get electric turtle and it would be just as bad but that's absolutely true. I mean the writing is on the wall that makes what was until very recently released. Sort of a fantasy technology anna fantasy concept all of a sudden looked like possibly the most logical solution yet. But we for me is not perfect. I refer to its cradle to grave. We have to look at where we get the technology from the individual components. We're digging Kabul out zero the ground in south aerial China. You know where does lithium on come from? How do we charge? 'cause it's all very well having a green racing series but if we don't get the energy that we provide the electricity that we provide from a sustainable renewable from a coal mine. It really doesn't say too much so we have to look at that and formularies for sure looking at that and I think they've actually woken formula one up to that as well. You know. Formula One's talking about. It's sustainable rope. Bap over the next five to ten years. I think without Formula Arabian this. Young upstart Formula One wouldn't have done that so I think you like form Laurie or not. An you know. There's a lot of emotion around foam lary and particularly with the more traditional Motorsport Fan. The noise the sound of the smell the roar of the door. Yeah that's a hard sell but I think in answering some of these questions. It certainly taking the boxes. Roger Griffiths thank you so much for joining us. I know that our listeners have learned an awful lot. And where can they get a little more about Formula E. SO I think the best place to have an issue I look at it on the web? Faa FORMULA DOT com. Very simple you can learn all about the championship teams and really what former he stands for. And you know hopefully we'll get a few new Views and supports going forward trackside. Fake you thank you join us next. Time as we continue to talk about.

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"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"We had to learn energy management. The drivers like these cars absolutely because it's super challenging. You talk to people that have driven. Ellen p one the driven Formula One. I mean. We've got guys that were on the grid in Formula One in a generic version. Sebastian boy me liquors degrassi and they say this is the most technically challenging car. They've ever had to drive because physically. It's not a tough car to drive. Because it's not super I the G. Forces on that high we're on traffic tie will is a competition on but I refer to it as sort of spare mental capacity. How much more of your brain can use them beyond just driving the car. That's fascinating fascinating so this driver needs to be thinking about all of these things we give them a lot of cues like so for example when a drive is going down the straight there's various phases solar accelerate out of the last CORNA. He'll go down the street. At some point he will then start to lift off and he will coast for a bit and then he will pull what we to his region paddle so when he's coasting there's some amounts of energy going back into the battery when he pulls the regime patio we start to decelerate the car more sharply using purely electric motor on. Its own and then finally he will apply the brakes so he needs to know when to do that so we will give him. Audible cues threes headset. Various Beeps and depending on the tone of the beep depends on which one needs to do and we will map that all the way around the race track for him so he knows he has. These cues say. Do this do this do this. What a learning curve. And then we tell him. Basically you have X. amount of energy per lap so you know so many kilowatt hours per lap that you can expand and if you go over it you go to find a way to save it back over the next coming laps or if you go under it you've bank that for us and we'll have a bar graph on the steering wheel which shows where he's red or green and all the rest of it and so we're always trying to save a little bit and they'll say I can't get policies guys. I'm just going to save a bit and then we'll say okay now. You can use a little bit more to make the pass so we're looking at this all the time but at the same time. The battery's getting hot. It just like when you use your cell phone if you stop using it heavily. The battery gets an if plug it into challenge. It gets hot. So we're drawing power out of it. We'RE PUTTING POW back into. It's getting hot with a comeback when it gets to seventy two degrees IT SHUTS DOWN. And that's a safety feature so we get some runaway. That's interesting so certainly there. You're using technologies or proposing technologies that exist in consumer products could bring to the race track. I guess the real question or the crystal ball put in front of Roger would be. How does this Formula E. likely impact the cars that will be actually driving on the street? I mean is there a trickle down theory here that we can sort of anticipate future developments? I've talked about the transfer of technology racing to the road of talked about it over the years and this is the first time I've actually believed it. I'll give you an example so the with BMW. I POW train that we use in a car. This was actually designed by the same people that did the electric motor for the I. Three and I eight So it's very same. Engineers getting involved in a racing program which normally unheard of. You guys never allowed anywhere near rising kill. That's right what they're learning is about how to develop products for racing much more efficiently much more quickly and the trialing technologies in racing that will have a direct relevance to roku stuff for example the power converters that we use them a mentioned earlier. Silicon Carbide Moskva Technologies. Which is switching technology inside the parent. Verte that's the very very latest greatest than two years ago. The ungodly expensive the individual components never would see them in a row car but the price point is coming down and down and down and now I'm hearing they're talking about putting them into robocalls and what that means. Is that the efficiency. The power voter is so much higher using that technology and that in racing that transfers horse power but in recalls that transpose to range an enrages. A critical thing that they're offering raquel. So I think what formularies doing is not only pushing the boundaries of electrification and the technology within the calls but also demonstrating to people that it is a viable alternative means of transportation. And they're actually sending a message that it can be. Sexy can be fast refund an unfortunately Porsche and McLaren. Ferrari proved that two years ago with her supercars. Yep We're hybrid electrics and obviously now the full. Ev Concept is coming into full bloom. Yup and it's a message that we're promoting all the time what we do and it's also talking about not wanting to get political but it's our responsibilities to the environment and to the greater world around us that we cannot keep.

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"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"We'll we're back after the break with Roger Griffiths Roger. What a fantastic conversation talking about the history of your involvement in Motorsport specifically engine and suspension engineering. And the successes you had but now you're wearing a different hat with BMW. I- ANDRETTI MOTORSPORT. As the team. Principal in whole new era of racing really ushered in by F one formula erasing series. As I understand it was proposed by Jean tote the former FRAC- owned twice the president of FAA as kind of a novel concept and probably laughed out of the room initially. But I think the last laugh is that you're having now tell us about the state of the art right now with the sport that the stories fascinating helpful Mary's evolved. It was a conversation between Sean. Todd as you say Alejandro Gac who's jamming of foam. Newly there was in a I believe in a cafe in Paris. Somewhere in twenty eleven two thousand twelve. If you go in here Alejandro Talk. It'll bring up that conversation every time in his speech so I've had the speech a few times but you know I. I've been involved before Marie since day one. When I chose to move on from Honda night she went to work for Andrew Dice. Ball for Michael Andretti. I went there as the director motorsport development so he really overseeing all of them motoracing operations and they just committed to do informally We didn't have anything. We didn't have a car we didn't. We didn't have a fully-fledged team. We did have a premises in the UK at the Donington Park Racetrack micro semi. I need you to have a look at this. A my initial reaction was electric racing. Kells really having come from big horse. Power Bill Russell. Talked about electric cars was a little slot cars. You know but they did go fast around that model. Yeah so when over in an had look at the car. The car wasn't great but I went to the very first test and I came away from.

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"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Have a great story about my boss. Michael Andretti because he at the time he was team owner in two thousand and six and seven. I think it was. He decided to come at retirement and have one last shot at trying to win the five hundred remember him whenever one of his drivers were Dario a tiny with A. Oh I think my engines. Dale need he'd asked me what do you think? I can't see anything like Cobra. If you want me to take out we'll put it back on the Dino Honda and we'll see if there's a problem with her and he'd be like no that's good. I'm okay with it. And then the instant he got behind the wheel came down on Pan. I just looked at him until drivers tonight to tell him that today. You Know He. He knows that I remember being the five hundred thirty three cars. The most terrifying moment for me was when they used to say ladies and gentlemen because several ladies were racing time. Start Your engines. Unlike pleased are thirty three inches every last one of our member. I think it's two thousand night. Elliott was on Powell Castro. Neves and it didn't stop And I could hear it on the Radio Star. It was his frantic activity. Because the the whole Phil goes off to do the formation laps. We had to have the side pot often completely past cycle the car disconnect the battery we go to back together. Nobody really noticed but I remember that's I'm thinking. We got to change that to disassemble the car to be able to do a full power reset. So well you. You certainly had success at Indianapolis a fact. I see you brought a very interesting momento from. I guess it's two thousand ten. Bring that the victory of it. It's essentially we'll an NFL super bowl ring of America's greatest race. Can you tell us about that season? What happened in two thousand twelve especially say two thousand ten minute? It was hall. Nova'S SO SUPPLY. We're not supposed to have favorites but you always do the SE team for me with our friend. Katie Scott Dixon. Were my two drivers. At the time. Twenty ten Daria won the five hundred and e won the championship that year and it was also home. Does hundreds indycar win? And I've been there for. I think it was nineteen ninety nine of those winds so for me. That win was Super Special Don't often ask for things just feel privileged to be in the pit lane as it is or once in awhile. Something comes along and an idea approach like hall. Who'S A managing director of gas erasing and said Mike any Chance I can get an indy. Five hundred win a ring and he said absolutely certainly certainly earned that say so. That's one I've got. I mean I've got another one at a time from twenty fourteen. I mean I I never got the rings on the South Supply because for me. That didn't count. It wasn't competition. I mean obviously for the team. It was super important for me. Is the engine supplier. It didn't matter but twenty twelve for a was super special year. It was the first year of a new engine when we transitioned from the V. Eight to the vcx tai-bo charged engine there. The regulations allow you to be single or twin Turbo Honda Com single turbo route. Chevy gone the twin turbo route and we had had a difficult start to the season of orange is not only down on power but it was also unreliable kind of the worst combination. We made some progress and the Long Beach. We introduced a new turbo SPEC which was approved by Indycar but it came as a shock to Chevy because indycar hadn't made them aware of this and immediately we ended up in court so they filed and anyhow whether it was a long drawn out court process and a member literally flying back from Brazil to go straight to Indianapolis the sit in depositions and hearings and all the rest of an ultimately on to provide and we were able to keep the parts. Because what Chevy wanted to do you know I probably would have done. The same. Was To delay the introduction until after the indy. Five hundred because the five hundred is what matters and nobody cares who wins the championship. Won Ten races. If you don't win the indy five hundred. It doesn't matter and so you back in February of that year when we were talking about the Spec of the twenty twelve indy. Five hundred engine. We didn't know what to do. People said. Oh we've got all these different ideas and you know all these different developments and you could add up the horse. Power and view cumulatively added it up we got twelve and I knew that would really be three and I just said look. We got to build an engine. For THE INDY. Five hundred. I don't care about any other rice off to that because the indycar change regulations that you now only allowed so many engines per year so you having to carry them over to other events an indycar because it was a turbocharged engine. Three different boost levels so India was the lowest boost And then there was a medium boost level then when you went road course racing you had the high level so you basically had to make an engine work. At the different boost levels and for the engineers amongst this lower boost means higher compression ratios right higher boost typically lower compression ratios so I said I don't care what happens after indy. I don't care if we blow up every engine if we can win the five hundred. That's all that matters. Let's build and so high compression boost and be damned. What happens later on? Depression kills the motors. That's so bit an and this will literally race engine the race engines. They didn't go in until Carp Day Holiday Before Cup Day and I remember back in April we did the detest an talking to chip Ganassi. And Him saying we're a bit off the pace and I'm like Yep he says if you've got anything for the five hundred I think so I think we've got something and he says okay. I trust you anyhow. We went into qualifying. And I think the Best Honda car was ninth. It was awful. I remember being interviewed on TV. Literally after the gun gone off with the inequality buying and it was just as hot. That's not a good place to be. And but we fitted the engines for Carb Day and the Honda calls went out and Ganassi went one-two in practice on Cop. They morning and the smiles on their faces when they were pushing the cows back in any house where we run into the race with Honda cars at the new SPEC engine what you started to see in India. They have the pylon with the scoring. Pylon so you can see and it was like these lands marching up with really slowly so the hand the numbers starting to creep towards the top. But what I was looking for was the first pitstop because that really tells you where people are on fuel mileage. Because you don't know what. The opposition is doing all few mileage and I started. See the Chevy cars coming in. I thought yes. We've got this what you want because not only did we have more power we have better better range and ultimately it panned out and we go to one to dairy wanted. Dixon was second. It was a super special win for me because two thousand eleven at Las Vegas. We lost a very good.

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"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you very much for having me here. It's great to have someone with so much experience and so much focus in motorsports fascinating topic and one that we haven't really had an opportunity to delve into thus far so it's great to have you as our guest to talk about what it really takes to win in Motorsport Competition. Yeah I've been a cop US and since I was. I don't know crawling around the floor home in England and that's where it always starts. I'm in the history of motor racing back in the UK. Goes back almost as long as it does in Italy and been super passionate about it. I remember being in the back of my parents car which was unfortunately not very exciting and just looking at the cars going by and being able to identify them at a very early age and you know I was very fortunate a just down the street. Maybe three houses down. He ran a garage and he used to have the local exotic car come by and he was a Jag. You A guy in. His personal transport was a series one e type an no driving around in mgb. Gt but that part of Essex where I grew up was just the capital of sort of the go. Fast Industry Motorsport we had Ford of boreham world. Rally House came out of we have people developing lots of other rally causing a gyco Terry Hoyle. Who's one of the biggest Ferrari restoration guys? He was just down the street and Early Memories of walking out on my driveway and seeing a Ferrari Daytona spyder sat there because he put up at the wrong house boy. That radium. Prince early does it. That's a that's a heck of a leader grow up yours. Yeah so for me. It's just been a passion and it was natural as I grew older and got pushed through the school system that when I started thinking about what he's a career to be. I wanted to be a race engineer from very early on and and really targeted where my education was taking me and I've been fortunate to be able to accomplish that and more so I've been very privileged. Well it's interesting that you had identified very early on what you wanted to be when you grow up as they say what about university I guess she went to university in the UK. There was only one place really to go in the UK to study car design. There was no specific courses. Like they're out today as a place called Love Brought University of Technology at the time and they had a course automotive tech college in the UK. It's like the equivalent here would be. Mit similar like that and they had a course automotive engineering and design twenty two spots and typically three four hundred applicants for those twenty two spots and I managed to snack one of those were. Ah Suspect took some talent I have to say. I'm not that rocket scientists the most brains guy at school. That's not me but I'm practical. A hardworking person and Israeli sort of dedication and sheer effort. That got me through the university system and I. I remember at the time because I I didn't go a conventional route. I didn't do the typical. Uk Root of which time was o level exams up until sixteen and then a level exams are ordinary and advanced level and chose sixteen to leave school and go to an engineering college. So I learned a bit of practical engineering. Learn how to work my way around a machine shop and I learn more about the hands on approach of engineering and I remember going to the interview. They win the head of the course. Lovebirds said you know. I don't think you're GONNA make unprepared to off your place but I don't think you're gonNA make it. I don't think academically you're strong enough kidding. And I remember seeing him three years later because he was actually four years later because he was my noise and vibration lecture. So I mean you look to me so that you still haven't said Yep so hey you know so much for his noise and vibration to obviously didn't have much resonance did it and good puns in there as well. I got three the my undergraduate degree. Well and the time I was trying to find a spot in major racing and it's not straightforward to come out of university. I mean you think it's not actually you know nothing. I wanted to be in Formula One because pure and motoracing and and you want to go work in the industry what you want to set your sights very high one for me was where I wanted to be. I wasn't able to find what I wanted in. An opportunity came up to actually further my education and two master's degree and so that's what I did. I moved over to the Cranfield Institute of Technology which is purely a postgraduate university. I spent a year. They're studying really similar but more advanced automotive engineering but I had an opportunity to work with a race car. Constructor called Lola cars no longer in business. These days time they were really starting to get into trying to project. How fast racing car will be before actually hit the track answer? My master's thesis was based on creating a mathematical model of racing cal and driving around the track and predicting the lap time was going to be. So that was complex math Tony when computing was not necessarily as advanced as I was writing the code in Fortran seventy seven. She's a language for probably nine hundred hundred of Sanskrit of But it was based around Lowest Formula. Three thousand car that was racing in Japan and Zucca circuit and Mizzou's circa in Japan is one of the most challenging not just from a driver's perspective but also from an engineer's perspective. And I challenge I had to do is to try and define the racing line or what line is the cog taken. A good driver will naturally find that but asking a computer is not straightforward. But that been some interesting work done by some guys at NASA which was looking at rocket trajectories so I started applying some of the algorithms. They were using on how to shoot a missile from point. Eight point being depending on what characteristics? You wanted that mistletoe. Shortest distance falsely speed. Whatever you could tune the algorithm so I played around with that and ultimately wrote a program which was very successful in predicting how fast the car would go low to use that quite a bit and even when my contact at lower ultimately decided to go a different direction. He took some of that knowledge with him. I remember getting a phone call. Saying Hey. I'm heading out to Miami to do the Miami Street race if I send you a track map. Can you for Jewish? And this was really before email and all the rest of it. I remember working through the night for several nights putting it on a three and a half inch floppy drill off here and Fedex ing him at the hotel and this was before they ran and then I got within three or four tenths of a second of the qualifying time. That is phenomenal. Let time programs today are fairly common. We use them all the time and you can write one in xl but back then none of these things existed even trying to create just the visual image of what the lap time would look like the speed tries against distance all time. It was a big challenges right in the actual program itself so for me just watching the way motors has embraced computing and the science behind. It has been a fascinating experience. An incredible evolution obviously as technology leapfrogs itself literally exponentially over the course of time. I guess a question that I'd have in our audience might be interested in understanding a little better. You're not an old guy certainly. I guess you've graduated in the early nineties. So that does not exactly ancient history but certainly lots going on since then do the principles of your art and science if they stayed the same in other words. Did you learn what you needed to learn then to practice today or is it a matter of constantly relearning? You're always learning. I think if you close your eyes to or in your ears to new information we will stagnate and everybody else will overtake you but the basics is still the same mutants. Laws HAVEN'T CHANGED. Physics Physics Engineering Engineering. I think what has changed is the tools that we have before it was back for an envelope. Calculations Beaten Cabal truly do happen. I'm sure an sketching things on some of the best designs come on cocktail. They're absolutely and now. You don't necessarily have to do the math. Longhand you've got a computer program that does it for you. You've got phenomenal computer..

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"griffiths" Discussed on FashionTalks

FashionTalks

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"griffiths" Discussed on FashionTalks

"Donna Bishop and I am here with Joanna Griffiths the CEO of Nick. Swear and in just six years. You have built Canada's sixth largest fastest growing I should say company and item of Knicks is sold every ten seconds or less. Like congratulations on all of your success. What I find and thank you so much for being here on the podcast course? Thanks for having me so weird like to start. Is You've been quite candid about like when you started knicks. You weren't setting out to start. Arctic fashion brands. You weren't studying out. Started Technology brand yet here. You are with the fashion technology brand. What inspired the product? Because I imagine you wanted wanted to start a product based business that was part of the journey. Yeah absolutely I think when I started Nix. The idea ways to create life changing aging products. And so maybe that's why I never really made the connection to fashion or not technology. It was two thousand and eleven two thousand twelve it. It's like the era of APPs. Everything was like Uber for Laundry Uber for your dishes. Yeah Uber Era of everything and I was like I wanna make nick leak proof underwear and a really was driven by consumer needs and the consumer pain point and the fact that one in three women can leak when they are pregnant or pregnancy cirilli inspired by new MOMS as well as the eighty percent. Senate women that can leak during the periods so really set out. I wouldn't say more than anything to create a company that was really driven around. Improving women's lives lives and I think that fashion like all the categories and adjacent products. We've created since the technology have all really really evolved as part of that service and purpose which is like what to help women improve their lives. Something that you've been quite candidate boat. Not Because I'm sure people ask you all the time you know. What are your topic pieces of advice for starting you know how did you how did you do it? And you're very candidate saying it's actually not that complicated. I worked hard at things got really hard I worked and then I just didn't quit and I kept working i. I think that's such such profound things to share because we often confuse simple and easy as meaning the same things and what you're saying certainly simple and it was not an easy road by any means and I'd love to I'd love for you to share a couple of the stories about just some of the ways that you you really like drilled down to create your product. Can you tell us vote when you were asking your friends to wear depends sure. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That was a fun one so when I was doing my. MBA was working on the entire time. And I was in this really interesting. Class called identifying new business opportunities and so through that class actually is where we came up with the name for Knicks and made a lot of great progress but one one of the kind of courses or the challenges that we had to do as part of that class was to get was start testing out a product testing out of business idea And so I was one of the few physical product and I was like testing this concept of underwear so to do it. I got about twenty of my I female friends each year. Basically every single leak proof product that was on the market. Oh the glamour. Very glamorous it gets better. I wish it just ended did there. It didn't end there do they. Were pads and depends and basically anything that I could find. It was a pretty horrific stories of products that they were wearing industries. Come a long way since then. And then I gave them capsules with pre measured amounts of water and I would text them during class breaks. They'd have to go to the bathroom. Pour out the water onto the week for product act and then text me back how they were feeling like physically and emotionally. And it's and I think at first the first one everyone wrote we back by. I like this third break in the day. Just text me if you like I swear on this maybe I fucking hate you in all the world for you to make up for this I do. I feel I.

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"griffiths" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"griffiths" Discussed on Do By Friday

"But what I do know is that I al- almost all Griffiths Griffiths, depend on the other person thinking, they're too smart for the gripped and almost nobody is too smart for the gripped. I mean, I've watched enough for key j to know there's somebody who's better at something than me. And I won't even realize in in that in that instance, that my wallet was stolen replanning a card on me, or whatever it is. I won't even realize top until that person wants me to know it, right? And but like, I guess what I'm thinking about. There's been lots of stuff where like I feel like I don't first of all I should say in passing like my family. It's not like the dream or something which I put in show notes. Can you? Listen to the podcast the dream about MLM. My mom was a Mary Kay person. Like he could scarcely afford to. By the kit to get started. But she did because she saw it as a chance for extra money in opportunity and she legit genuinely loved the products. And she really believed it, but like, you know, two years later, she wasn't doing it. She had a bunch of dusty like conceal her sitting around does she have like pink pink clothing. No, she never got that far. But it did have these pink cases, there were basically, a Barbie dream house full of cream, and like you take that and do demos if people's houses, and it's pretty much like what happens in the dream a podcast, I highly recommend. But I do know I've been pulled in as an agent of of things that while they didn't have the recur sive recruitment part of MLM. I did very much feel myself as a cock in somebody else's scams. A lot of the times and that could be stuff like I mean for banned for chorus for drama club. Having to sell candy like Travis McElroy, I ended up owing like fifty dollars 'cause I ate all the Snickers. Snickers went in my mouth hole. And I ended up being the person who is funding band with my mouth. All there's that kind of stuff. I was telemarketer for a while. Got it just to me that that's a deliberate thing that they know the kids are gonna eat the candy. They know the kids are gonna eat the they know that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I had a friend. I've talked talked about my friend, Phil who at the same time had a rogue operation with employees. He had a dedicated locker at school where he was selling candy the same sorts of candy that all the liberal arts were selling at a discount, and he called the Marshall fund because he's able to buy a Marshall amp by underselling the band kids. So he was smart, he had hustle. I also though think about I mean stuff lake he see this everywhere right now. I mean, I guess the nearly legit version of this is a Phillies link. Wait a minute. I have a question, Alex. Yeah. Was there people selling candy at your school? No. But like sausage and cheese or candles or any. No like, no. So any of that like, okay. Yes. Well, okay. So we sold. Magazine. Subscriptions and wrapping paper. Yeah. I remember that that we lamest with so lame magazine subscription or like the turtle candies where the whole conceit is your parents go to work put it down in the break room. And everybody's obligated to sign up because you're supposed to support each other's kids with that stuff. Oh, and and the I mean, I feel bad calling this like a gripped, but the whole run for charity situation. Oh my God. Just donate just want to give you money. Keep me out of your system. Just take my fifty dollars standard donation to anybody who ever if anybody asked me from don't abuse this. If anybody asks for money, I'll give fifty or one hundred dollars just because that's the thing that I do don't bit whatever, it's fine..

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