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Fresh update on "gupta" discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap
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Herbal Support for ADD and ADHD
"Question number three comes from l. ing is asking about wondering if you can offer plant remedies and holistic practices for folks dealing with. Add gupta comes to mind and of course a mindfulness practice but i love to hear take on undressing this condition. Yeah great great question there yelling so it's interesting and i'm not sure if you ask that but i actually did a materia medica monthly webinar the other day and someone was asking about book copa for adhd in children and so i will kind of go off of that a little bit here. Yeah you know. it's i mean just maybe get on a soapbox a little bit. I think it's really unfortunate. That doctors are so quick to say that a child has a disease because they have a hard time paying attention in our very linear reduction aesthetic boxed in educational system that basically only works for certain certain learning types rate certain people that we learn well in standard school environment. But i think it's important to understand that different people learn in different ways right. Some people were very hands on tactile. Some people were more visual learners. Some people are more auditory learners. So it's it's unfortunate because basically create this box and say this is how you need to learn. This is what you need to learn. And if you don't fit in that box then you have a disease and we're going to put you on ritalin. You know and i've had family members and friends that were put on ritalin from a really young age and we're on it for a really long time and it really kind of messed them up you know and it took them a long time to overcome some of the problems that it created for them both physically and psychologically and emotionally as well so i think the more that we can a prevent kids from happening to get on those drugs the better because they really in the long run create a lot more problems than they do solve any problems
The Unanswered 'Jeopardy!' Question: Who's the New Host?
"The search for a new jeopardy host continues who are Anderson Cooper my M. B. L. A. N. can Jennings that would be the correct question to the answer who are just some of the people who have addition to replace the late Alex Trebek and it does not even count robin Roberts levar Burton and Dr Sanjay Gupta who have yet to do their own air test to replace Trebek who died in November of twenty twenty it's a far cry from nineteen eighty four when jeopardy last needed to host comedian Lucille Ball then told creator Merv Griffin to picture back who is doing high rollers at the time it's expected a decision will be made before the new season begins taping later this summer I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Women Around the World: Dr. Amani Ballour
"Dr amani. bollore is eight thirty three year. Old pediatrician that helped lead an underground secret hospital known as the cave during the attacks including the chemical attack in eastern gupta. Which is the suburb of damascus. Dr mani was raised in the area. She later would serve as the youngest of six. She had two brothers and sisters and as she became a teenager. She unlikely sisters insisted on continuing education and moving onto college. Originally dr ramani wanted to be an engineer but because her family refuses support her in this engineering seen as a man's job she moved on to study medicine and focused on being a pediatrician wasn't long after she graduated that she started volunteering at a hospital in eastern gupta but the hospital which at the time was currently under construction was attacked and seized which forced the small staff to be moved to an underground unfinished building. Later known as the cave we are referring to her as dr armani because that's what she is referred to throughout all the documentaries as well as any other reports so if you're wondering why so. She started her career during the syrian civil war which has been ongoing for over ten years. And has ongoing. It's still happening. The war has wreaked havoc and tragedy throughout the country killing over three hundred eighty thousand people. All two hundred five thousand. Three hundred people are missing. Presumed dead at least fifty. Five percent of syrians have been displaced since two thousand eleven and has twenty twenty one at least thirteen point. Four million people inside of syria needed some sort of humanitarian assistance including more than twelve million. Heure strong for food and from malnourishment including half a million children and though medical facilities are supposed to be under protected status there have been at least five hundred ninety five attacks on three hundred fifty different facilities which had and deaths of at least nine hundred and twenty three medical personnel and one who was actually featured on documentary as well and had left only half of the medical facilities operational This is all according to the physicians of human
"gupta" Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
"To parents. Are they going to live in a nursing home or long term care facility. How are they gonna change to. How much money should you have stocked away. Do you become a proper and keep things in your home to how society prepares How they how they sort of really reflect their own humanity in those proposals how we value the elderly or not in some societies more than others. And then just as a world as you pointed out of the idea that this should have brought us all together as a sci fi fan. I always thought what's the one thing that would bring the world together. It would be some alien invasion right. That would certainly bring the world together. One some ways. this wasn't alien invasion. It was totally novel virus. So what happened. Why did we fracture apart. And how can we avoid that happening next time. So you know. I had the luxury in some ways of just for a year. Now every day having these conversations with people from all these different walks of our society all over the world and They taught me a lot. And i wanted to put it into this book. We appreciate you writing it. We appreciate your reporting that of courses. Dr sanjay gupta who is Cnn's chief medical correspondent. He's the author of the new book. Keep sharp build a better brain at any age and the forthcoming book. Next october. world war see lessons from the covid nineteen pandemic. Thank you so much. Dr gupta for joining us in for your work and We look forward to seeing next time. Thank you sir. Thank you for your work as well really appreciate it as usual. Here's what i'm watching right now up. Until last thursday the cdc was under intense criticism from several public health analysts for being overly cautious to masking physical distancing for people who are vaccinated for example cdc guidelines called for masking among vaccinated people in large outdoor venues. Like baseball games and then on thursday. That all changed the cdc announced this there are no longer recommending at fully vaccinated. People a wear masks no masks at concerts. No mascot a sporting event no masks in a restaurant the new guidelines are a welcome sign for many. But there are still many questions remaining. It was one of the most dramatic reversals. In interpretation of the science like the kind of thing we talked about earlier in episode. Here's what dr fauci.
Increase Your Website Traffic and Sales Through Search Engine Optimization
"On google search. Engine results for variables. What are those variables. first one. we have is canonical compliance pronounce sir. There we go canonical compliance. Oh down and put that on the good notes canonical compliance okay. What's the next one right. Just okay the second. One is mobile. Compliances mobile compliance. Okay so does. The website canonical does it fit. Does it adhere to the cannon or the established rules of gupta. First idea does. Does your website match what google wants. Does it do that if you if you're listening right now and you say i don't know if my site doesn't four free i will be happy. We've done this for thousands of people. There's no no charge. You literally just email us right now to info at drive time show dot com info at drive time. Show dot com devon. We use a program to over listeners. Can use as well called. Sem rush through. It's fantastic and it's going to tell you if there's problems with your website now devon. Why would we run an analysis for the listeners. Out there just to be just to be a source of wisdom to be helpful for people who are wanting to get to the top of google and what percentage of the time is that is the website not compliant too. Google's rules ninety nine point nine percent this just in so it's gotta economically compliant too charles. What move number two. We need to implement to be topping. The google search engine results. Mobile compliance mobile compliance. Now the devon. Google has a free test out there. You just type in mobile compliance. Google test we'll put a link on the show notes there and it pops up being bought a boom. We pull it up boom there. It is and you can check it right there and everybody can do it so you just do. A google search right now for mobile friendly test. Google search console. I know someone's trying to write that down so i'll go slow here. We go
US Launches Investigation Into Louisville Police Practices
"Into Louisville's policing practices. The investigation comes as police in this Kentucky city are under fire after the March 2020 fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. She was unarmed and in her home while police were executing what's called a no knock search warrant. Good afternoon. I'm joined today by our recently confirmed Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and I recently confirmed Associate Attorney General. I need a Gupta. They are leaders of great ability and integrity. And I am very happy that they have returned to serve again at the Justice Department. The department is stronger or their presence. United States Department of Justice is a federal law enforcement agency comprised of thousands of law enforcement officers who collaborate with and support our colleagues throughout our nation's police departments. We are uniquely aware of the challenges faced by those Serve as police officers. You see their commitment firsthand every day, and we recognize the complex issues that make their already difficult jobs even harder. The Justice Department is also charged with ensuring that the constitutional and federal statutory rights of all people are protected. As I explained last week, Congress has authorized the department to conduct pattern or practice investigations. Help it fulfill that responsibility. Those investigations and the recommendations and actions that ensue do not only protect individual civil rights They also assist police departments developing measures to increase transparency and accountability. Those qualities are necessary to building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve. And community trust is essential to making policing more effective and less dangerous or officers on the street. Today. The Justice Department
Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras
"But welcome back. It's always great to have to have you here. Thank you always great to be back and we don't really have a plan tonight but we always have fun chatting and i thought we could start with I thought it'd be cool. Because i'm i'm sure many of the audience have your have your book and so i thought we could open up to a passage. You know we're going to do that. And you chose a passage. And i thought if everyone there the book we could start with the passage and you could just talk through that that passage. Do you wanna take it away until us way. At what page we should go to the passes last passage in chapter five and in the in the gay up in entre of course it sounds strange to as i mentioned before that we have this time which has lots of words. But it's about no syllables. So we have to understand something about what a syllable is in. The general context of budge arena to set up to understand this passage in a proper way so syllable correct pronunciation Sanskrit correct see lable is shara. I'm not sure so. Yeah look in. The title of the contract says people knowing the chat with in the page number page one sixty eight people earn or in sanskrit shara means something like immutable unchanging so syllable in in In sanskrit Dr alphabet slight tibetan and japanese kanji Ties scriptures in pali scriptures in general all these all these scripts are based on at gupta airstrip syllable zone which never changes. So you know it. Very rare independent buddhism by john general we know that fifty thousand
COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?
"Americans can anticipate a time when all of us have access to a vaccine. Poor nations aren't so lucky. You might be thinking Well, that doesn't affect me. But if the virus spreads unchecked in billions of people who don't get vaccinated this year, you can bet it will mutate Ah lot and then it becomes just a matter of time before our vaccines are less effective. Earlier this month, Secretary of State Antony Blinken spelled it out. Even if we vaccinate all 332 million people, the United States tomorrow way would still not be fully safe from the virus. Not while it's still replicating around the world and turning into new variants. That could easily come here and spread across our communities again. The world has to come together to bring the covert pandemic to an end everywhere. So this week we look at the race to vaccinate a planet of 7.9 billion people. Ray Suarez takes it from here. Vaccinating a majority of people in every country on Earth is a daunting challenge. So the international community has cobbled together a radical solution. Kovacs is an initiative led by the World Health Organization, along with other global health partnerships. Today, it's working with almost every country in the world, so called mixes an unprecedented global effort. Gothic sub brings together 191 economies that together account for more than 90% of the world's population. That's un rather Gupta. I spoke with her over zoom. She used to be the director of one of the largest public health programs in the world. The National Health Mission of India. Now Gupta is based in Geneva, and she's taken on an even bigger job as deputy CEO of Gavi, the vaccine alliance. It's one of the health organizations helping to take the lead on Kovacs.
Birth Control In Times Of Crisis
"We're in the maternity waiting room at hospitals university. Tarot asthma has meals the main public hospital in gupta columbia's biggest border city with venezuela it's before the pandemic and there are some fifteen pregnant women sitting in the green towel hallway it's heart and the fans are buzzing the women's quietly in tank tops and flip. Flops they robbed their prominent bellies. One woman's she's wearing a pink will be squished between two older book. Your women she looks fragile in her hospital gown. She holds an ivy back in her left. Hand her name is excellently. So long deal thing will make a yankee. Lima nipples in the balkan kunz online exhibition traveled alone more than seven hundred miles from so i think her hometown in northeastern as well. She was afraid of giving birth in her home country because hospitals have no resources and she couldn't afford a private clinic and clearly she wasn't the only one more than half of the women in the waiting room. Arvin as well to see my conversation with axial ends abruptly just having really painful contractions and a nurse sticks her way into the delivery room at twenty years old. She's about to give birth to her second child. None of her pregnancies where
How to Pay Down Debt
"High one. I'm completely fines would come in our website. We took above financial literacy and financial independence. Today i would like to say a few words about the first section that can take defiance independence and that is no other than paying down order. Your high interested it. It is important to make the distinction between high interest in low interest. That as there can be good. Low interest heads with interest is no more than five percents and in the long-term term can increase your income or net worth some examples of gupta it's mortgages or low interest business loans. So today we're we're talking about things down high interested in food and as fast as possible. First and foremost you need to have a complete view of volume debts. List down all your debts. Such as credit cards and personal loans and include the interest rates. You bay on needs of your debts. This will give you a food picture of where you are with all your existing debt. Secondly you need to ensure you get to a surplus position every month and that your monthly expenses do not exceed your monthly income. This is the most mentally challenging part as it will require a mindset shift from overspending to living below your means and may also require some temporary lifestyle changes you can save getting to a surplus position by increasing your income thing down your expenses or by doing both leslie on some practical ways on how you can pay down high interested faster. You can negotiate with your lenders that interest rate your gandhi pain. You can consolidate your debts to one or two lenders to contract them more easily. You can move your kind that balances to lower or even zero interest rate could facilities some lenders dual for promotional low interest rate periods. When you move your credit balance to them you can set up automated payments each month so that you do not forget making your payments as this is something that can also hundred credit score. You can pay your suit bait more than the minimum balance and you should start paying down. I the dead with the highest interest rates as this will allow you to save more on the on the interest rate. Expense your thing. You can also seek financial advice from an expert on how you can respect your existing that balances.
Jeopardy Guest Host Dr Oz Draws Criticism
"You guys. I know you guys all heard that they had doctor is on as a guest host for getting getting a little blowback. I don't know if they're trying out new hosts to see who's going to become the permanent replacement. Yeah they're like rotating a lot of different people. So we've got. You know. Aaron rodgers anderson cooper katie couric katie couric sanjay. Gupta kind of random. A random mix of people. I think can jennings guest hosted as well a doctor is. They didn't really realize how how much people were going to be pissed and i'm seeing a blowback by. I'm seeing some kind of like. Not i don't wanna say funny. But some some comments quote this stands in opposition to everything jeopardy stands for fans or calling to boycott the show. There's like you know people collecting signatures. There was a petition. Signed by almost six hundred former contestants from players calling for his removal. They said that you know jeopardy's known for being credibly. Rigorous deserved reputation to then invite doctor is to guest host a slap in the face to all involved right right. That's pretty strong. Pretty strong. i love is true. All of the clues on jeopardy are facts checked if knowledge and oz as we know pushy pseudoscience. And that's not just our opinion his they've been they've been studying what dr oz has been saying and they've come out with reports about how inaccurate and how much crappy has been peddling.
Applying RL to Real-World Robotics with Abhishek Gupta
"Gupta aspect is a phd student at uc berkeley. Where he works with folks. Like peter l. and sergei levin who've had on the show before abstract. Welcome to the terminal podcasts. Thanks forward to digging in and learning more about your work and your background. What got you interested in. Studying our al and robotics. Yes so so. I think my first experience with robotics was actually This first lego league that bump additions where we would like make these lego robots than they would like do these challenges and when we first did it we made the robots just by heart goading all the different primitives and programs to do everything and that works to some extent but i think when i came to berkeley it was really exciting to see that people had more sophisticated techniques to control. Robots was also the only thing that had ever done before then in terms of project experience and so i reached out to a number of professors I called the projects cool and beater specifically had a lot of research at that time on folding laundry and flying helicopters and i was like wow this is this is really amazing so at least to him as a freshman and and then he you know. He hired me as an assistant in his lab to kind of help out with some software engineering projects in some research projects. And kinda got started on research from there and so then like the first set of experiences that i had there. Were kind of like helping grad students and post docs on their research projects which were largely related to folding laundry in dying noughts and folding thousand things that peter was excited about at the dime and from there i think click grad school my research and interest under a lot more towards enforcement learning and learning based ideas. Oh cool so within that of of our and our alpha robotics. And i guess maybe that's broad from a tomato perspectives. Since we've had a bunch of conversations on your where do you focus like what are what are your research interest within those fields. Yeah so i guess. Since i am a person who was really excited about robotics and i wanna get robots to work because i think they have a lot of impact and i see. Rls a great dual to enable robotics more so than exploring rl for the sake of water. And so what i specifically think about a lot is like what are the things that prevent us from applying reinforcement learning robotics problems in the real word. So for instance if we want a robot the like operating kitchen and being up your kitchen or make a meal what is it. That's preventing the algorithms at work on. I'll go out for star. Whatever for being applied to these types of systems. And so i specifically think about like. There's a mismatch assumptions between what these algorithms typically assume and what's actually available in the real world. It's like i think about. How do we bridge these mismatched assumptions. So specifically what i mean by that is for instance in a game or in a in a video game or a board game. You'd assume that the score is provided so that award function it's daily easily available but in the vale where there's no score. Which tells you what you're doing. That are for instance in video game. You can collect millions of samples but in a physical robot if you do that with random expiration. You're gone either. Break yourself for the environment and then also just like. There's a lot of assumptions that we make where we can hide are gertie laundry in simulation. So we can like reset the wherever we want or we can like magically set the state of the world in some ways and a lot of our algorithms are critically reliant on these assumptions but in the real world. You just can't do that and so kind of been thinking about. How do we bitch mismatched assumptions. In that way and the problems. That are most interesting to the one that you mentioned earlier that you can cut your teeth on with peter in saturday like folding laundry and not tying and that kind of thing or you have some other When you think about your work. Do you have some set of canonical problems. That come to mind. Yeah that's a great question. So i think it'd be great if we could fold our laundry at byron ought to do the things that we used to do but i don't think we're quite there yet so i think we're still getting objects to be pushed at on and picked out and more basic skills before we can get to the more complex ones that so there's like more averages paradox which would which indicates that like learning low level skills can often be harder than learning the higher level ones and. I think we're kind of stuck in battery him but we're making a lot of progress. I think
"gupta" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Day. And i did they have. They had the parade today right and they have a new york. I don't i didn't even watch. did you watch it. Anybody lender do you watch it. I did not. I'm pretty sure it was canceled. I think the only place that had a chaperone was chicago. Now carry severino. Is the chief counsel policy director of the judicial crisis network and co author of justice on trial the cavenaugh confirmation in the future of the supreme court and we all witnessed and we all watched and we all observed what they did to justice cavanaugh with his wife and kids watching this man be torn to shreds and we watched stories all. I didn't particularly believe the julie sweat next story fall apart before our very eyes There now is a controversial nominee. Joe biden that we've talked about anita. Gupta is her name's and anyway they are now pushing hard for senator joe manchin to vote no on this nomination As she has a massive steak apparently in a company that manufactures yes indeed a key ingredient in the production of high grade. China white heroin. You.
Irving Drops 40, Nets Make It 12 Wins In Last 13, Top Celtics In New York City
"All the locals played mixed results. Nick's never innit in Milwaukee, outscored in every quarter, including 37 to 23 in the Fourth of UPS, one. 1 34 to 1 on one. That's the Knicks most lopsided loss of the season. Yana Gupta 24th points triple double from Milwaukee. RJ Baron of the Next 22 Nicks All start. Julius Randle Scrutiny seven. I re Irving scored 40. The Nets beat the Celtics won 21 109 in Brooklyn. That's 12 wins. In the next last 13 games. Rangers got shut out in Boston for nothing. The Islanders beat the Devil's 53 the hours of won seven in a row. Beating
"gupta" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg
"Health practitioner who has dedicated his life to supporting people through chronic illness and achieving their potential ashok suffered from myalgia conceptual myelitis or chronic fatigue syndrome. About twenty five years ago when he was studying at cambridge university the neurological research that he conducted you managed to get himself one hundred percent better. He then set up a clinic. Treat others and then published the well-known recovery program known as the gupta program in two thousand seven. He's published several medical papers and is continually researching these conditions. You can find out more information at gupta program dot com ashok. Thanks for coming on the program. Thank you so much for inviting the very excited to.
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"More celebrities have been added to the guest host roster for jeopardy. Anderson Cooper, Savannah Guthrie, Dr Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will also be able to raise money for a charity of their choice. Jeopardy will match the amount of money one by contestants. The guest host episodes
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"Its next set of guest host Savannah Guthrie, Anderson Cooper, Dr Mehmet Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will join a growing roster of celebrity hosts as part of each television personalities. Time on the show Money will be donated to a charity of their choice. Matt Piper says the amount equals the total winnings from the week Alex Trebek died November No Permanent host has been named planning your
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"And the executive producers for Jeopardy, revealing the next set of guest hosts journalists. Anderson, Cooper and Savannah Guthrie, as well as Dr Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will help fill in for the late host Alex Trebek. In addition to hosting the show East, each guest host gets to raise money for a charity
Yarning & Darning, Meatloaf Catapult, naughty Limericks, Raptor piles. - burst 7
"Newspapers. And we them to a trump or indeed a trombone. And so i i up on the ocoee. This This session we have women. Crates genderless pack of playing cards so at queen trump king So in the day and age where we're conscientious and i'm passionate about gender equality. Have you ever stopped to wonder why. The male monarchs still trump's queen in a pack of cards. This is something that doesn't sit right with a twenty three year old indian. Melnick says she decided to take matters into her hands. The forensic psychology graduate spent a while thinking about how she can make a change after a lot of trialing creating agenda listen race neutral deck of cards king queen and jack instead replaced with gold silver and bronze the gupta modern set of cards of the modern world. If we have the skyrocketed the king is worth more than the queen and this subtle inequality influences people in their daily lives. But it makes me think though is the joker the joke i mean would he be like a unit. Would he be genderless. So there'd be no bell shaking his head. How does one play old made. Now could all may be an old queen maybe Maybe it's just all three contract and the data shown off the incredible harry potter theme secret. Hideaway cry different. Dalton the cupboard under the stairs his creation is far from the dusty room full of spiders. Harry called his bedroom and does the household with dad finishing the project in time to unveil it to his eight year old daughter at christmas. The outside of the cup is decorated with portrayed and the fat lady who caused the engines to griffin tower with visitors having to know the correct password to gain access the dole then swings open to reveal raven clo- flag the house in which is door to assorted into and the floating candles hanging from the ceiling. But i'm just thinking the dad is correct. Corrected is wondrous harry potter kingdom for his daughter. They can have to have an extension especially for hagrid. Who's a slightly wider. 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Apparently they did feel that they had the patent pass which was access to lara's and finally the first preserved dinosaur bottle is perfect and unique paleontologist said the first dina. Dinosaur battle ever discovered the shedding light. Where the sun doesn't shine the discovery reveals how dinosaurs use this multi-purpose opening scientifically known as the local vent off all all three items here number one two and breeding as well the dinosaurs dairy so preserved research. You could see the remnants a small bulges on its back door which my house musky scent glands. The reptile possibly used during courtship. I mean in this case. I wonder if these press stark poopers ever had hemorrhoids. It could it could indeed be a ruptured raptor. Okay okay so we have. The twenty-first limerick in the twenty one salute for the president joe biden. And i think we we do we do without a doubt have to do a a desert. there's no doubt we have to do. We have to do one of the ones. There was a young lady named hitchen who was scratching across in the kitchen. Her mother said rose. It's a crabs. I suppose she said yes in. The bug is rich in okay. So let's open the antique anglo. Ach so in the anglo and got this week we have some more foods We have the bird's-eye custody trifle So basically for all of our listeners. All around the world who did not travelers at the bottom. You have canned fruit. That has jello and jelly. And then there's a layer of English custard in the middle and then it's whipped cream on top and you have lashings of sherry. I remember many years ago. My mother will attest to this are is at school. And they were serving trifle and the gentleman who was serving it In gave me a dollop of this trifle. And i said i do. Hope this sherry in it sir. My mother always put sherry in the costed. Seventy one like sasa i one bird's-eye custard a trifle custard. And then i never remember this but capris did instant mashed potato now. I know that was an advert where there were basically robots doing the smash potato And they were making this robert sip-it like cement mashed potato and that was something that we ate in the as well instant mashed potato and then you had the delicious caramel banana flavored angel. Delight is basically for americans pudding and it's a powder mixed it with milk stirred it up. And then i think. Let it in the fridge for a little bit. And you have the most delicious pudding the caramel or or salted caramel whatever. It was and the banana flavor. Were out of this world. It was like heaven heaven in a little glass bowl and all the other children in the eighties. Were were eating that but the best of all legs gentlemen. Let me introduce you to via natta. Now i think we have via netter every sunday during During the summer is an ice cream. Basically and it was layers of creamy Vanilla ice cream with very slender pieces of dark chocolate spread all the way through. It was like an dot chocolate bars and chocolate on top. We've creamy vanilla ice cream and let it melted a little bit because you don't want to completely frozen and it was absolutely delicious and some of the people on twitter would say in celebration also the vetter always sought the annetta. Look like cuttlefish vice versa. thursday night always shopping night. Vinet gone by eight o'clock It was supposed to lost to wake lived on these during three power cut. Three power cuts. We just left them outside the floor out. Veneta was only served in a sunday dinner. it was a classier ice cream any other night. It was the awful vanilla from the plastic tub and a mate with trying to impress a girl invited around for a meal border veneta for pudding but left it in his bag and it started to melt. He genuinely believed that if he stuck it in the freezer reconfigure and it did not Every time we went to my aunt betty's it was the pudding choice then at a hands down hands up everybody who spent ages trying to cut through the bottom layer frozen chocolate before realizing it was the brown plastic tray. So there we go. That's the Antique anglo ark. This week we have veneta bird's-eye Trifle and we had the angel delight delicious dessert three marvelously. Nine hundred eighty s desserts. So thank you very much. Listening to the podcast is been a momentous week. The world changes week. Isn't it so nice to have boring game either. The boring Regiments have government going on as normal without hysteria twitter 'isms and everything else. So we had all twenty one limerick salute for the irish heritage of joe biden. And thank you very much. For listening to the podcast. This week we did ever touch on. Liz hurley's bikini marmalade exploits. We didn't touch on me trying to reintroduce the perfect baked potato. We have time next week. Folks we have plenty of time. We have all the time in the world to discuss The wondrous Baked potato and how you should cook it. abbas hurley making marmalade in a bikini. Which i think. I'm going to try this week and then i'm going to maybe a champagne marmalade in a in a in probably a man caney bar style this week and hopefully there won't be any smattering without a doubt. But it's been lovely to have you here Lovely to have you on the podcast. This week keep coming cauliflower cheese and cheese on twitter at keep coming cauliflower cheese on instagram likened subscribe. i'm across spotify apple music Also i'm a shoot in iheart radio pandora everywhere people everywhere and yes logging. Enjoy it I mean it may be something. Maybe i could send you a sleep at night. If you're insomniac it could be. It could be the you know the better than the sound machine. Although i have to say my love did get a sound machine and the crackling. Fire the crackling fire is absolutely delightful and it makes me sleep. The baby and i highly recommend the sound machine if you have trouble sleeping and is absolutely wondrous invention but that's been the podcast We all going to finish with a never shameless heaney poem. One of biden's favorites to to close the day. It's bell doug they just keep turning up and were ford as those foreign one eyed and benign. They lie about his house. Cranston's out of a ball to lift the lid of the pete and find this pupil dreaming of neolithic wheat when he stripped off blanket bog soft piled centuries. Open like a glib there. Were the first plough marks. The stone age fields the tomb call beld turfed and chambered flawed with writer. Comb landscape fossilized stonewall patterns repeated before our eyes and the stonewalls of mayo. Before i turned
"gupta" Discussed on The View
"I don't think it's a good idea. But maybe not for the reasons. People think i will say that. This is surprisingly Provocative conversation that's going on in the scientific community. There's not a widespread of elif on this the fda as said that they're not going to do that. They're not going to widen out the time between the shots they're not going to decrease the dosing. The rationale being that the science. We have is based on two shops this timeframe apart. The science we have is based on this dose. Not trying to reduce the dose. And i think that's a very fair argument. But i think the larger argument is that. What is the real problem here as we were just talking about the real problem is not the availability of vaccine. There's fifteen million doses. That are out there right now. Maybe a little bit more even by the end of today and four to five million that have been distributed. We have a logistics problem which is tough for me to even acknowledge because in some ways we have some of the best logistics people in the world and people who distributed things You know in remarkable situations. Some of the best in the world are here and yet we're having a distribution problem so the availability of the vaccine is not the rate limiting. Step right now. I don't think we need to be spreading out doses if you can get ninety five my parents if they're going to be ninety five percent protected because they took the two doses on time that that's a win we just gotta make sure we can actually distribute the vaccine to them so dr gupta stay with us because we have more.
"gupta" Discussed on Fresh Air
"He's performed brain surgery in war zones in disaster zones including iraq and afghanistan. We're also going to talk about the corona virus which he's been covering for cnn. He got his first dose of the vaccine. Live on cnn. In december dr sanjay gupta. Welcome to fresh air This is a difficult time with the virus. You know people..
Stocks close lower Tuesday, backing off record highs
"Ves and P Nez Stack off session lows but red on the screen. It is the down Tuesday. Let's head right over to the first word breaking news desk. Poor Today's afternoon call, and here she is crazy Gupta. Good afternoon. Charlie. Stocks Trading Lower Head of the clothes. The Dow's down 43 of the recipe down five. The NASDAQ Down 44 US 10 Year yield at 93 Basis Points and Gold trading higher by five small caps down 2% with eight out of the main 11 S and P sectors trading lower that price action led by gains and consumer, discretionary and health care stocks. Real estate in industrials leading On the downside, the NASDAQ biotechs falling 61 points. Transports losing 94. Sami's down eight. The vics out of 23 handle with WTI crude futures up 9/10 of 1% on the day. Looking under the hood, though Charlie in the S and P. 500, Amazon and Intel leading those games with Apple and papal on the downside wrapping things up. It's a low volume, light liquidity kind of day, all eyes on Washington. And what's next for that $2000 stimulus track proposal as well? Is that Senate race In Georgia
Why You DON'T Need to Wait 3-5 Days Between New Foods with Carina Venter, PhD, RD
"Here is karina ventner talking about why you do not need to wait three to five days between new foods all right. Hi karina welcome to the podcast. Thank you bain vegetation. Will i cannot tell you excited i am. I have been a huge fan of your work for awhile. Now and i had the big smile face. I heard you on the recent fair webinar saying that. We don't need to be telling parents to wait three to five days between introducing new foods and everyone on my team. We were watching simultaneously. All shaking your heads and yes yes. Finally someone has the courage to say this. So i'm wondering if we could talk just a little bit about the infamous and confusing guidance. That parents here to this day all the time. it's usually from their pediatrician. They think they need to wait three to five days between trying new foods with their babies. Where did this come from. is it true. What are your thoughts on that statement. So the interesting thing is i work very closely with dr gupta. Who recently published a paper on this indicating that up to about fifty percent of pediatricians to vice families to follow this advice. Am i e waiting three to five days a week trying new foods and so when the wind back and tried to find ways this originate from we cannot actually find regional data but it is clearly the advice that is currently displayed and available on the american academy of pediatrics website. And also on the same for disease control websites over the embassy. Dc still stylized patterns to wake up to five days between introducing new foods and and we are hoping that they will be reviewing this advice. Certain okay what would be like the reality of that actually happening. Like i know how. Some of these bodies work. I think for example like twenty years ago when i was studying to be a dietitian we were taught. Wait until age one to introduce egg white and now whom you look at the data we know that the earlier deduction of the allergenic foods helps prevent food allergy. I think back like well. Why were we learning that and being taught that there was no evidence to support that just like seemed like a good idea. And i kinda get the same vibe with the three to five day recommendation. Like it's out there but it's not cited it's not referenced is not based on any evidence and yet it's become the the day facto recommendation. That parents are still hearing. How can we change this. If there is no research to support that yes you know. I wonder if it will go this way as the early alison advice said. We're not started my phd in two thousand one. The advice in the united kingdom at the time was not to give peanuts in hydro infants up to about age although the exact Fans from hottest families may wish nor to introduce peanuts up to three years of age and they need was actually the data from my phd sharing that. Hang on you know. Perhaps that's not the right advice. It was an observational study. At the time. They didn't have to go to change the guidance. From saying don't wait to give but they did actually change the guidance to say we're not really sure if we should wait with introducing peanut allergens actually took a very well conducted are not and the trial introducing peanuts and early life in the first year of life and in hydro infants to actively change the guidance to say now we do want to introduce peanuts actively in the first year of life and so i'm not sure if the street you five days waiting advice would go the same way. Hopefully we can have some day and perhaps we will talk about the diversity data later on. Perhaps that's good enough observational data to say well. Perhaps you know we could just say we're not shooting reshoot weights three to five days and then i wonder if it will take an our cd which will be difficult to conduct but to get us to actively jank the guidance say we can do one new food everyday and to discuss observational data about at least food preferences when we don't wait three to five days and if you would be interested in that yeah and i think my audience there maybe familiar with peanut guidelines in the leap. Study that she's mentioning. You guys is the learning earlier about peanut allergy. And it's this landmark study. That really just changed the way. We look at the introduction of foods. But i'm just curious carina is there anything underway. I mean are you and your team. Would you ever consider doing a randomized control trial about the waiting three to five days because as far as i know having done this anecdotally with tens of thousands of families there's never any adverse reactions that occur from introducing low risk foods one per day. Yes we built in that observation pad for the allergenic foods but as far as introducing the low risk foods one per day. Do you recommend that as well. Because wouldn't you see the majority of the indicators of an allergic reaction in the minutes and hours following the ingestion of the food not days and weeks later are not aware of anybody doing an archie really focusing on the three to five days introduction. I would love to do a study like back but we still have more work to do in the food allergy wealth and so i am involved in a trial that will start. 'em eddie next yet. Nate by dr chicago from chicago way. We will actively be introducing major allergens in the first year of life compared to control group. I'm working with you very wonderful. Dietitians on the study as well and we will be monitoring how long the parents way between introduction of foods in the active drought baby will be advising to just do one new food today and versus the control group which will hopefully still wait three to five days so that we do have do not competitive groups and hopefully that will give us enough information to go back to the cdc and the ma ap and also that national institutes of health and site while perhaps this is good enough data to now withdraw that guidance.
"gupta" Discussed on Risky Business
"What's emerging is a much more nuanced product mix designed to extract as much usefulness as possible out of the test is registered on their platforms. Drop you in here to my conversation with bug crowd ashish gupta do hope you enjoy it. It's pretty cool patrick. And now it's been a year and a half. I can't believe it's been so long. But i got a dm where one of our researchers say. Thanks for letting us letting me hack your platform. I made enough money to buy a car. I saw the dm. I saw that the person must remain there. That's where i'm from. So i sent a note next time in india. I'd love to get together with you. Congratulations and love to have a cup of tea and a ride in your cock day. One go by day two goes by and i'm going man in twitter land. This is Eons leap years right. i don't hear anything. I get a message back the second day where the person says well sorry about the delay served as you might not know. I bought the car for my mother who gave everything to me to learn to be a science. I'm just in high school. And i got to make enough money to have her now have transportation. Yeah feel pretty good. That was huge. That was heart warming and intelligence a year and a half. It's as new as yesterday. Something that you've just mentioned there right. Is there these. There's this army of people of moderate skill level who contribute to these platforms..
"gupta" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"With your help, we're going to win back all the houses. That's right. Joining us today for our show is Ravi Gupta Obama Alum co-founder of arena, and Co, host of the majority fifty, four podcast along with Jason Candor. We talk about how arena is training a new generation of candidates and campaign professionals, and how Ravi is working to reach red state voters that will flip these key seats in November, which once again is ninety seven days away from now. I'm Steve Pearson. and. I'm Mariah Craven, and this is how we win. We are inside a hundred days till e day Mariah how you feeling I'm feeling fired up and ready to go I. Mean we have a lot of work to do. is to work with the campaign manager who would say? You can do anything for ninety seven days. Say You could do anything for ninety six days and so We don't have that much time, but we we can do anything in this amount of time, and we can make a huge difference. So. Yeah, get to work. Everybody got to work everybody. This. Is it. This is. You know just a little over three months to go. And I was thinking back to when this all started. So and this is more for people like me because I know you've been working on campaigns for a long time long before trump was elected. But for people like me and a lot of people I'm guessing who are listening to this show. We really felt the trauma of trump getting elected, and that's what motivated us to do something and. I have learned so much in this journey and my life has been improved in so many ways because of these incredible activists that I've been able to forge relationships with to become friends with you know, my this community has been amazing I've learned about local politics. I'm active in the California Democratic Party. Now, I'm an elected assembly delegate I serve as chair on a committee. I do all this great stuff that I never would have done before, but at a fundamental level. I jumped in because I was freaked out when trump was elected and my family was devastated and scared and we needed to do something. So what was that thing? I? Didn't know it at the time. It was. Okay. We got to take back the house. We've got to put a check on trump's that would dove into that and we did all that work and we organized volunteers showed up like..
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"I should i. Didn't alleviated. That's really really funny. Psych. MIC drop. In terms of Emulating I think that there are there's there's so much. I mean I think. This answer won't do it justice but Long time ago, I read a book called feeling good. And the one of the psychology book by a guy named David Burns and one of the things that he wrote in the book is that. We need to treat the world as if we all have one unit of worth. Amount no matter who that person is no matter even if that person is your boss. That person is worth the same as you. You're worth the same as them. The person serving food the person you're serving food to we all have one unit of human worth. And I think Sunday has always got not at his at his deepest deepest level. No matter, no matter where he is what what he's doing Just this idea that we are all in this together you can say that but to believe it at your core to have that be what fuels you every single day I. Think is really special thing and he's always had that and always admired that and I want to. I want I want more of that genuinely. For me and for everybody I think I think the thing that I would alleviate. I think is is You don't Sunday night. Talk about this. Sometimes I think and I think that we've both evolved with this feeling of. Of Needing to leave a legacy. You Know I. think that there's always so much pressure of like what how the world remember you and I think You know if there's. If there's anything I, think we've kind of both realized together now, is that what we really have is our kids like those are the people who are going to be. Talking about us more than anything else as the stories that are going to be shared, those are the things that matter most us and and I in any pressure at all to leave a legacy. Is the thing that I feel like I would want to be eight. Whatever's left that? Love. That's awesome. Guys. Thank you so so. Sibling revelry is executive goose by Kate Hudson Oliver Hudson and Simpson supervising producers. Alison President Editor is Josh Windisch music by mark. Hudson Aka uncle..
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"The body then is basically saying that's great getting serotonin elsewhere. I no longer need to make it. So when you stop taking the Serotonin or or Serotonin, reuptake inhibitor, which is what these medications are, then you crash, and you can have these horrible horrible sort of episodes and effects for whatever reason Silla Sivan seems to create a pattern and the brain where the body essentially is teaching itself to make the Serotonin to again the specific serotonin again. It's wild. Why would that happen? We don't know but I think this idea that we did. With these plants. No. I mean peop-, you know now I will say that the difference I guess a little bit between suicide and cannabis cannabis side, effect, profile, super, super low I mean nobody. Nobody's ever five really had significant problems. You know on cannabis and some people do with civil side, and you know, but and so I think you would need to be studied in terms of dosing it and whether microdosing makes sense, and all these various things that they're looking at but I think that this is another example of a plant of a naturally occurring thing being being ostracized for political reasons. You know it's for cultural reasons, not scientific. But it's shifting. At least it's shifting. We couldn't talk about these things at all I mean. When I I did the. We'd documentary and I wrote an OP. Ed, the I was worried, I? Think I've probably been called Sunil and said the I. Don't know what's going to happen tomorrow. When this thing gets published I you know I. Don't know how I still practice neurosurgery. Colleagues in the hospital are going to look at me or think about this. Are they going to think of me as some pothead? On My. Right exactly. But she favorite stories very stories from that time Sunday was at the. New York York CNN office and he was going out to lunch with like a few of the executives, getting suit types, and they're like on the street and York, walking down the street, and all of sudden like there's. A bunch of guys across the street. The like Yo Dr Sanjay Gupta you fucking rule. There were clearly high. Look at them and Kinda give you this look like this year. Your buds and I'm like. The documentaries a it's. Funny. It is, but it speaks volumes to expanding your demographic for real I mean that one better were the documentary boom. You have just expanded your demographic by at least twenty five million people. It's crazy right I. I know and you know one thing I'll say about that. Is that as you know as a lot of people who've been beating the drum on this issue? No, and they would rightfully say this is that so I've been saying this for twenty years. The other people would say that I've been saying. Saying this for twenty years, and then Sanjay Gupta gets on. Does this thing and all of a sudden? Well you know I. Would No way dismiss all the work that came ahead of time I I admitted it I wasn't listening to people. I dismiss them because I thought it was a just a ladder towards recreational. There wasn't any other motive in my mind. You know I I, so it did take a digging, but there are people who've been saying this for a long time. You know and and. We just got to amplify that message. Are you still practicing by the way I practice? Yeah, do you get people calling you like I want Gupta to do my surgery I just think he's a amazing. Found like this three. There's three types of patients. I realized that there is there. Is that type who they see you on television and they figure well. If he's on television, he must be good, which is ridiculous, no way to think about the world I think I'm good. Don't get me wrong but I. don't have any better because I'm on television. The second type I think is people who actually prefer that. You're not on television like hey, so just so we're clear you're thinking about nothing, but my brain during this time right, which is which is what I would do anyways, and then there was a significant population that just doesn't doesn't register doesn't clink. That somebody, tell them afterward or something like that. That'd be like. Wait what that guy so really, but yeah, you get patients who aren't aware that you're going to be doing their surgery and they're like Yeah, so Sanjiv Gupta will be doing your surgery and they're like what fucking little man! Well the the. We're doing like doing elective operations I'll go meet with the patient in the office and talk to them in the clinic and stuff like that, so we have that relationship already okay. Now we there will be trauma sometimes like I'll take care of trauma patients, and then after trauma, a car accident gunshot wound to the head or something like that I'll go talk to the family afterwards and the patient and. They'll be that that moment of sort of. Sight God. Like, doing great I mean that would be shocking. I would think that that family would that would be one of those shocking moments like Oh my God. Sanjay Gupta Save my life. You tell the story about about Jesus Hayes. Oh as Love this well. That's right so. I'll summarize because it's but when I was out in a rocky no covering a war as neurosurgeon Zeros a journalist, but the coverings neurosurgeon. There weren't neurosurgeons out there in the particular area. The battlefield I was and and I was embedded with a group of doctors called the devil docs and we were. Got Really tight you're in a war together, and you get really close and so there for weeks and one day. Somebody got shot in the head. a lieutenant was on patrol outside Baghdad, and they came to me, and I was again the only neurosurgeon. They're like, can you? Take off your journalist. Gavin put on your servants cap and take care of him. Which I? Which of course I wanted to to do and was honored to do, and and ended up operating on him and. decompressing his brain taken this bullet out of his brain in the desert. and which is a whole sort of you know? Life sort of moment but but. I didn't know how he was going to do. He he a significant injury of the sniper injury and months later I'm home and get a call from. From San Diego where he lived, and it was the the Rehab Center where they were taking care of him and I didn't even know that he had survived. There was no medical records in the desert. They call them. They think you know. Do you remember operating and Zeus? The Don over in Iraq and I'm like yeah operating on Jesus in the middle of the desert. How do you forget that right? and. I are. Has He? How's he doing in this? He's know he's got a little bit of left hand. Weakness ground that he's doing great. You should pay him a visit. Some time, which was so I was out in southern California. I I go to. Look them up goes housecall head of time. It wasn't a total surprise. He answered the door handsome marine. You know last I'd seen him. He was just beaten and battered on the desert floor, and you know, and he was great, and just kind of fall into it right Dr Talking. And we go inside his house. He's young guys with his parents and. His mom comes out a few minutes later, and she's so sweet, and she takes my hands, are you the guy that operated on my son said yes Ma'am I am, and she holds my hands. Thank you very much, you know, and then a couple minutes later. Dad comes out. DADS are different and he's like. The Guy that operated on my son. I, said yes, sir. I, am he goes and you're a journalist. The whole story. So. You know I tell you one other thing that reminded of this podcast. Is We we? We just sat down to talk zoos. His Mom and dad and I we just started talking. And I realized something, and this is months after the guy been shot in the head, almost died in the middle of a war zone outside of Baghdad went to Germany for Rehab, for I, went to Walter Reed ended up going back to southern California where he lived. And I realized after a few minutes of being there with them. They never really talked about it. I mean they SORTA talked about?.
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Cores brewing company, Golden Colorado. Okay Bill Clinton I I took a puff and didn't inhale. Can our next president be a pothead? Our next president just say I smoke weed, asking the man who studied it for five years, but this is why I'm asking him because you know. I know this is probably an exhaust. The topic we know a lot through you know your coverage of it, and you're transformation from being from fort from against to four. You know and I love I love my marijuana for lotteries, and but I'm wondering has changed to where our next President Kabila. Yeah, I take a puff now again. Yeah I think. I think absolutely and I mean even if you go back and read you know Fresno Obama's book, the audacity of hope. I mean he talks about. He talks about the fact that he was as he describes a quote living the life of an urban urban black male at that point, which meant he did a lot of drugs you know he did. He did things that were illegal, and and the consequence right for someone of his position. Saying that is then people will say well. How does that translate towards? Drug loss and drug reform, and all that and that's always going to be the dicey, thank. You did it. So why are you? Why are people getting penalized for it? You Know Fair Fair question they they'll have to do both they'll. They'll. They'll be able to admit it, and they'll have to be able to have a rationale in terms of how they're going to take their own experience then and apply it to policy you know, but yes I think that's. I. Think what you're saying in terms of all different for two reasons that you said you took that. You use marijuana. People do use as a as a medicine. You know I mean that was. That was the transformative for me? Is that you automatically thought of it? As this illicit sort of thing, you know sort of the the hangover from the reefer madness sort of thing to this idea that people who actually have legitimate medical problems. We're taking it for legitimate medical reasons, and and by the way the anti depressants and other medications that there'd be prescribed had all sorts of side effects. Like? Why was that legal? What? How did they justify that in? How do you justify that? This is a hundred billion dollar drug over here approved by the FDA prescribed by a doctor given to a pill form all that versus this over here, which is a plant that helps me and boss me very little money. Whatever it might be, so it's. A lot has changed I mean and they're. Going obviously. We're the. Research is ongoing, but I think what you can say is that it's a medicine, yeah? Right Do, and so as opioids opioids, and they have side effects, but it is a medicine so I think that's the first sort of decision. Thing you. It's not just this hocus. pocus I've got to tell you this real quick thing about about weeden Sunday because it's funny like our whole. I the first issue that we saw him like you know, be journalists, but also be an advocate. Right like actually say like this is what I this is what I believe by the way like. Here's all the research behind it, but also I believe you know it'd be an advocate for it, and it's funny, because that's the first visible issue. At least my dad calls me one day. He's like of all the issues that he could have chosen joses marijuana. I didn't know that a that was upset with me about the whole thing. Started me. MOMS, always proud. I'm so proud of you. MOMS always craft. What was the year with the first thing? With weed. Let's see. I think that was two thousand. Fifteen maybe five years ago. But I WANNA get to suicide and really quickly. Because this is something that had been studied earlier on, you know I think it was like in the forties and fifties and sixties, and then the drug culture sort of. The counterculture gets ruined it I, think. You know it's exactly what you said. There's a similar trajectory here. Silla. Sivan was used for the treatment of addiction in the forties as as. We came off of You know the the prohibition era. There were all these different substances that I think that's those those enforcers were setting their sights on including cannabis, including civil and. I got really I read Michael's first article that he wrote in The New Yorker about the nyu trial, which even predated the original Hopkins trial, and that was amazing. And I am lucky to know. Michael I talked to him a lot. Spend a lot of time. Just talking about the science I went and interviewed the scientists at Nyu. Who did that first trial and it was it was it was mind blowing? Really I mean you may know this, but just just briefly there was thirty patients initial trial. All of them have been given a terminal diagnosis. They're all going to die different ages different reasons. Different backgrounds belief systems, and they were incorrigible in terms of their their depression anxiety. They just could not nothing was working, so they had this terrible situation where they were terminal, and they were also becoming increasingly suicidal, totally isolated from their families, and they got enrolled in this trial, using suicide and a single dose of Silla Sivan. And I mean you know the reason? It became such a big deal was because that trial was was unbelievable. I mean you had twenty six people who had response, which is these are people who don't respond to anything. Anything they went through generations of medications. Nothing worked twenty. Six of them had a response. Many of them never had to take another medication again. You know so. It worked not only did it work, but it was durable lasted for several months, maybe even longer. So I think it's I think it's really interesting and I. Think you know the idea I mean I could go really deep into this, but we're trying to maintain a certain amount of Serotonin in the brain. Problems when you give Serotonin to repeal..
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
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"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"I'm our other over I. Think I started on podcasts. Things of. That would be sibling rivalry straight up. Right. But you said something really interesting scenario, which I think is a really good point in the tech world in the business world like you're in consumer goods, right? You're in consumerism. And there's a lot of really brilliant business minds that can that can help in in world in the in the whether it be the healthcare community, or in politics or that actually are looking at. How do we? How do we talk to the consumer? How do we talked to? The patient or the political. How do we? How do we speak to the people? Kate now I think you talk about this a lot, too, and you know. Maybe it's an overused word sometimes, but empathy is is is I. Think you know the way to do it without having to manipulate anything I mean it's just it's. It's amazing you know. How under under. Health, how much of a lack of empathy there can be as both a consumer space in politics? Everything even just when I was I was I was looking up the. Empathy and comparing it to the definition of compassion day, because I was really want to for the nuance between the two, and they're very different. Right I mean compassion is is sort of you know you get a feeling of you know I'm really sorry that that happened to you and your sort of for that person, and that's really important. That empathy is simply being able to describe what happened to you in a way that you say yeah, that is exactly what happened to me right so just being able to put yourself in somebody else's shoes and say look this is this is what I think you're going to right now. This is what I'm hearing. And having that person, be like yeah, you got. It is incredibly powerful. And very very underutilized thing like I. It's it's almost unbelievable how powerful it is in yet how rarely we see it being. Put into use So? What was it like when he signed Jay left? Do you remember that was? It lonely was an empty. Were you excited? Because it's funny. Because program that Sunday was describing was called inflex that was the name of the program into flex, which was the combined sort of Shorten College Plus Med school and I am six years old. I had no idea what that meant, and I just heard the word flex and I thought my brother was going to be a body builder. I still. One. So! that. It was lonely gate. It was lonely I. mean all of a sudden like again. You've got this sort of larger than life presence. Who's in your house? Is is kind of everything to you. You know older brother second third parent. And then all of a sudden that sort of gone, but the good news was that he was, he was not that far away was only half hour away so actually one of my one of my. Memory special memory that I'll never forget at Sunday actually bringing me to his door. For an overnight stay I'm seven years old. I'm there hanging out with all his friends? Was that West? WAS IT West Quad? Squad east. Guan right storeroom I. Still I still remember the you remember backers, oh. Yeah, yeah, of course all that. It was it was. It was it was a it was a really interesting, so there wasn't a lot of people who had siblings that much younger, but I will tell you though I. I did worry that it be lonely for for snow at home to your question, you know because I had been sort of a third parent and I think there was also this this other nuance sort of point. which was that like I? Think you know my parents had pretty young. They obviously were ten years older when they had scenario, but my mom was twenty three when she had me. You know so. You Know Young for obviously. People have have kids at younger ages, but for them. Especially it was pretty young, and there was a there was a certain I think. There's a certain maturity that just comes about as you get older as a parent, and and I also think that when you live your life as a refugee early on in life you no matter what no matter. How much success you have, you always lived this life like it could all be taken away tomorrow. It could all go away tomorrow, and and the way that manifest itself sometimes as stress, just lots of stress and a lot of anxiety, and you know being stricter I think as parents and so. I think I was there in part to SNL. Says lighten it up, but also soften the edges a bit, and then I think when I was now accepted the medical school I think my parents did have this idea that even if everything was taken away from them that at least you know, I was going to have a job and help support them, if necessary whatever it might be, and how I think, help the lay some of the the stress and anxiety in their lives as well so hopefully it it serve scenario well. It was never really talked about this. Fun. More levity. Is, that true with all siblings. Do they always say this that the other one had it better I think maybe they do. That's true. Fifty. You're talking about visiting him at College at seven years old when I went to visit Oliver College in Boulder I literally was like I'm never going to college. It ruined. Mind, Oh. It was just terrible as everybody was wasted. Oh Yeah. It was attraction back then. Wasn't that the? Yeah. I showed up at boulder with my best friend, which was great, you know one of the first moments I had was just watching. You know some guy in the crazy mullet run into a door on purpose and knocked himself out. That's not even that's not even a joke and I'm like Oh well where the hell am I, and I said well. This is a two year plan for me and. I lost. Time on campus and off campus, and I was out what that guy is doing right now? I know I'm not sure it's. This guy up. I don't. Social media outbreak. For you. Guys remember a moment when you know your ten years apart, but then your age is really didn't matter as much suspended at both we spent we both spent some time together in.
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Absolutely and we were the world leaders in that stuff I mean we, we are the. We originated smallpox. We're on the verge of radical polio. We came up with some of the most effective vaccines anywhere in the world. Yeah, we other other organizations in other countries. Call their organizations the CDC in deference to our CDC. We you know we. That was our. That was our bread and butter. Really in this country. You guys like Larry Brilliant. Who who is still alive and you know talks about things I'll say. He advocated smallpox eradication a disease. Know nobody gets to say that and and they knew how to do this even even before even anticipating that there wouldn't be a vaccine available for some time, so it's it's It's tough. I know people who've died of this disease and it's very tough to go out there and say you know. Their desks were preventable doesn't make the families feel any better. That's for sure makes them feel worse but you know there's going to be other ways to this and I'm sure. They talked about this as well so hopefully we'll learn. Some of these things going forward. We're going to have to apply these lessons right away. It's not like this. One Hundred Years from now. We need to apply these in the fall. Maybe in a couple of months. Because there's GonNa be a second wave. The virus out there. Is So so good at what he does, because he he he does this. I told them this flat out I. said You have this amazing ability to sort of slow roll the country into things we're GONNA. Do a fifteen day pause. We'll see how things go. Yeah, it was never going to be a fifteen day pause. He knew at that point. This was going to be months. Of having to slow the country down, but you can't say that. And then you know we'll have a vaccine. You know twelve eighteen months. We don't know. Maybe that's true, but he has this way of of of slow rolling things, so yes, if he told you. Maybe there'd be a second wave. There's going to be a second wave. Has Sanjay always been a person who was interested in like a little bit of everything you know to be to go? He goes to become a doctor, then he then he becomes journalist. And now you know you, you've a brother. That's like in Iraq and then he's in. Covering Bola, and then he's in Puerto, Rico, and all over the world putting themselves dangerous. Literally a front. You are a frontline journalist. All that making time for the air band which is. Going to be the headline, thank you very much. No but I mean have was. Was He always like that as a kid? Now you're right, I mean such as always the guy who's running as people running away from the Fire Sundays running into the fire, and that was true New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina earthquake. Haiti. Aska during the Bola life and I think that Y-. He's always been that way I. Mean He's always been. He's always been someone who is curious and. Interested in wants to wants to serve wants to wants to be useful in a one one of the pieces of advice Sunday gave me which is kind of related to this is like. Always want to be running towards something and not away from something. And you know I, think in the context that he came back. It was career. Advice know I was I was in a job at didn't like and I'm like I think I'm GonNa, go do something else, and he's a cool go. Do something else, but figure out what it is. You WanNa go do go do that run towards something rather than sort of saying I hate this job and I'm gonNA. Run away from it. And I think that that's Kinda you know how I how I've seen Sunday service. Lift his career as well. Life and career is is always kind of being willing to run towards something always always feeling like. Even if people are running away from it, I'll run towards it. Brel that's relevant. That's relevant advice right now in these last in this last nine days by the way. It's not easy to run towards the burning building, but you know it's it's a necessity at this point, even if it's uncomfortable and you know, you might get burned a little bit here and there, but it's important to run towards the problem and I'm learning that right now. You know what I mean. I'm going through these motions of men. What do I do? How do I? Do you know I? I need to move forward and not backwards. It's not time to treat, and I've never been someone honestly to run forward. I, kind of hang out in my spot. Watch things go by like that's my nature. Literally literally watched him do that I. Watched my career go by? No but you know. That's a relevant. Relevant? That's relevant information right now. It's a great great sort of I. Mean in, also you. I mean I'm just GonNa put myself in your shoes for a second where ten years older, which is a significant amount of time to be older and doing all of these really like amazing interesting selfless things in my mind I would wonder if that would affect how you would look your future. Like what am I gonNa, do am I going to become? You know and interestingly enough you become I mean what you're. You recalled like what the the great young innovator. That was what was the title like this? Always stay with you forever. The world's sexiest innovator. Innovation. Facing. If you ever want to ask yourself the question like what the Hell am I doing with my life? Right like have have Sunday your brother exactly. Like, you're always I'm always asking myself that question at the same time like he is, he is the guide. He prompts me to ask myself that question and that he guides me to the answer. So it's this, it's this sort of pushing poll, but it is funny like. Two Thousand Sixteen after the presidential election I moved back to Michigan to run for Congress, and and I I moved back here because I felt like our our community were did I grew up was one of the communities that decided to flip from blue to red that year and I really wanted to kind of run. Run, Fella, my brother's advice run run towards the problem. Figure out what I could do and ultimately that ended up. Being me running for office and it's funny because. It was the first time that you know in my own community in this congressional district, I walk around and people would would recognize me. When I wasn't walking with Sunday when I walk in with Sunday, they're coming up to us all the time. This is the first time people come up to me and you know like asking for like You know photo or something like that, so you know. I still remember the first time it happened. This guy comes up and he says hey, can I. Can I get a Selfie and I said? Yeah again. With, Jay not used to this alone, and the guy says yells to his buddy before he takes the shoddy else's basis. Brian, commended here getting this photo at Dr Sanjay Gupta's brother. Welcome to my world man, welcome to my world..
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"You might have missed the best era of which was the nineties. I kind of float by Jane. Took that away from him so. He was in the nineties he was into nine eleven was funny as at Sunday so you guys may not know this. Sunday when he was in high school formed an air band. With an air band. Like. It's air all instruments. Guitar. Air Drums air everything. Lipson waste, let me this is. This. Is this exclusive this assange take. Tape. There was was just a silent concert so so that we do in the background were very. So. What sort of music Sunday was actually lead singer of this? and. There was. Right there was a family there were three brothers, and their last names were Gupta as well and so Sunday in this. This this family of three brothers formed a band and get this the secretive name of their band. They named themselves Gupta's. And so and so and so literally they would get together in the basement. And they put on eighty s which I still have playing than actually. If you see my shirt here, I don't know if you can. Pour some sugar on me just like changed my whole life and dance moves, but Also gets gets part of it to my kind of skits to almost frame the whole thing like rocket, I remember they rock of ages. There was a skit before that. Thing. Should have been Gupta to the third power or maybe G. Three G.. Four G., four four. There's always a reunion, so my mom. My mom would always make Sunday include me in these things so I was actually asked to be the cameraman. Recording. These is on video I s some of these recordings. Those. I do this is. The thing is that video camera was already on a tripod. So I didn't have to do anything. But that was my role. Until until one time Sunday brought me in, and I got to do Tom Sawyer by rush. And that was. Where are these videos and can we have them? and. And who is Neil pert in that song who playing the drums? There was some deep, wasn't it? Sundeep. He's. He was really got into that. He was convinced so mind body connection. That was that was. Do you. Remember Sanjay when Senio came into this world. Do you remember coming? Over very much so. That was ten. And and I guess I was nine I turn ten that year, and and it was. It was really I. Mean You know into the hope? My mom was pregnant that that whole thing and you know just. Taking care of her and and being excited, and then he came home. I remember I remember thinking that. I was the most excited that other people weren't as excited as me like I'm sure. My Mom and dad would thinking about the work they now had to do. They were excited as well so now I don't want to take the wrong way, but the the I was like so excited and I had a brother and I. Would you know every time in school? School people always ask you know an addition to your name? How many siblings do you have? And I was always, Sanjay, which nobody can pronounce zero siblings, and so that ought got to change and so it was. It was really exciting. I feel like it was an inflection point we move shortly after scenario was born as well to a new neighborhood and. Switch schools a couple of times during that time so. I felt like it was like cereals. For me was was a point of real transformation. I think and I still think of like you know. I guess it's just happens with younger siblings, but I still think of snow is very much a little kid, and so everyone is measured by. Are they older or younger than my brother? If they're if they're my brothers Asia younger, there are kit. If. They're older than there than there are full on adult right I. Don't know when that changes since. You're actually called me today and asked me. When does that change? I. Brush my teeth and I suddenly had this is something. Had this thought like I still think of us? This little kid with so is that always just how it is to? You know to my dying day or What what changes would when do we think of ourselves? As contemporaries peers as opposed to I, am the ten year older brother. and. To get answer I can't what you said I. I. Said I! Don't know if it's GonNa Change. I think kids probably have a lot to do with it. I've got two girls in my own now, so Sunday's got three. I've got to. My parents have five granddaughters, girl, and all my God. How lucky! Yeah. I feel like I feel like Sunday. was you know he was a was a third parent and he was more than that? No, he was, he was also a brother. He was a friend who was a mentor. Has All kinds of rolled up into one? So you know I think that that that that that hasn't really changed for me. Because of all you know, he's always sort of this guiding kind. Kind of figure for me, that was true when I was four years old. It's true it's true today, so that part I don't think is going to change it is it is strange. I remember when Sunday had his first daughter Sade, his oldest oldest daughter, and I remember him calling I was there, but he called me like the minute he was born. It seemed like.
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"She drives to Detroit and she basically finds a way to get herself in front of a hiring manager, but there's one big problem because this is the nineteen sixties while Ford Motor, company is like in its heyday. This is Ford versus Ferrari had just happened. Out The auto industry is doing really well. Four does not have a single woman working as an engineer. The Guy looks at her. This hiring manager and he says we don't have any bill engineers working here. You know my mom is at this point in time deflated. She gets up. She's she's up a person getting ready to walk out of the room. And then all of a sudden, she turns around. She looks at the guy and she says if you don't hire me, you may never have the benefit of having a woman worker as at engineer. And, so this guy ends up getting so inspired with this meeting with my mom. The two of them advocate in an August nineteen, sixty seven. She becomes Ford Motor Company's first female engineer. Gives me the. Movie is a story. Restore you know what a beautiful! That's amazing. It was the hidden figures story before hidden figures. You know there's and then there's all the stuff that's baked into that right. I! mean she was the first woman who attended an all male engineering college in India in there was a lot of just sexism and stuff that you had to endure doing that and. It's funny. I had this conversation with her the other day. That's obviously like the the more subjective obstacles that you you have to overcome, and and how do you like as a woman you know? How did you navigate that stuff? Did you do? Did you always push back on everything? Did you did you? Take great pride in the moment. Did you realize how significant was in the moment? The two are the first woman engineer. Am I think about that all the time like even historically now all the things that we're going through? Do. In the moment that something is so significant like in one thousand nine hundred. They know that one hundred years from now they would be talking about what happened with that flu pandemic, or was it just something? I think about that with mom all the time. I'll just tell you know so now. We're just talking among the other day. She told me this quick story. I'll tell you which I think in some ways encapsulates mom. I don't know if you've even heard. My Nani. WHO's my mom's mom? You know they think when you're living the life of a refugee there's. There's a lot of safe that you need to have and things. You've just got to believe that things are GonNa? Get better because he had no proof that it will. And so they they believe in certain things like like palm reading, and that was a big thing with my ninety, which was surprising, because she was a very objectively minded woman but you believe in palm reading and she wanted to take my mom who was a little kid at the time. To get her palm read to determine whether or not she was going to actually. Amount to something and they should invest in her all that stuff. Can you imagine all based on your palm? So my mom did not believe in that at all thought it was hocus-pocus, and and but she read to find out what they would be looking for. And she took a piece of glass and cut the line in our own palm that she knew would would reflect what the palmist would look for. Now obviously, they would know that that was cut, but it was just like the okay I. Don't believe in this at all, but you. WanNa play the game. I will cut my hand as an eight or nine year old girl to make you believe that I. Am that person that that's kind of who she? That's kind of issue. That you heard that before so new I had not heard that story and then Cresco many so many parts of the story about when I had not heard I know. I spending a lotta time talking to mom lately, which is weird because in the middle of a pandemic. I feel like in some ways. We've become a little bit more connected strange, but we will do facetime calls and she loves to do it, and usually she wants to talk to the girls and the girls get quickly. You know they're. They're very distracting. And so, but then I just sit there and I talked to spend these kind of amazing conversations about nothing. Of Off. If you heard this, but. The story of how their parents met is pretty amazing. Do you want to share that with us? Today you. You give the the story I'll add in some of my little detail I've just. Even beforehand just typically though was. There was arranged marriage, but that wasn't the case for them. For what reason right that part of it, okay? I'll just preface one thing say that the arranged marriages still happen. Yeah I mean that is still part of the culture and we're now. We're talking sick nineteen sixties some Yes so it kind of picks up where we left off. Mom is now Ford Motor Company's first. Female Engineer. Oh, Kate. You'll appreciate this. Her name at this point is dementia karate, just kind of a long name the Dirani, and so one of the one of the manager said you know we might, we might want to short. Not find find a nickname of some sort, and so she comes up with Ronnie as her. Yes I, get! Eights. I love. Like Oh my God, it means Queen and she was like she was like I. Love the idea of these white guys. Call Me Queen every day. My Name. You will call queen rest of. Ronnie mom is You know she is living alone. She's living in Dearborn area and again nineteen sixties, not not a lot of Indians. People in our community around up, but she had heard that in Ann Arbor. There were more there were more Indians hanging out, you know. People went there for the University of Michigan, and so she every once in a while, get in her car and drive from Dearborn and Arbor which was maybe about a forty minute drive and one day she does that and her car breaks down right on the outskirts of campus and and so she walks to local phone booth. Phone booths back in the day, and it had one of those wires connecting an actual phone book row the big. Books I remember she goes, she goes. flips to the as an. She thinks that the most common India name in the as that you can think of which is Agarwal. And Chicago Chicago's up. The First Agarwal in the phone book. Guy Answers the phone and she's like. Hi. This Mr Augur Wall and the Guy Says No. He's out of this his roommate. The Guy. Who answered? The phone was my father. Wow Isn't that amazing, and then He. He helped her with the car. Damn. And how did how? How did their parents react to their coming together? Was it something that was looked down upon because it wasn't arranged, or were they okay with it?.
"gupta" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"We are assembling rail though. Now. Don't do that with your mouth. Revelry. That's good. So we got an opportunity to talk to our favorite Sanjay Gupta and his brother Sin Neal Gupta and. We got so excited that we literally just jumped into a conversation. When when the episode starts, it's literally. It literally goes right into a conversation. Yes, and but him, and his have such like a beautiful relationship in it's. It's It was nice to hear them. Talk about how they haven't had time to talk like that before. Bringing them on was interesting. They got to have a conversation with each other that they haven't had in a long time. And it was fun to sort of feel that energy back and back, and forth with the two of them are so great, and and during this time during the penick Sanjay has been this very comforting educational voice for us about Corona, virus and Covid nineteen and and. They're just both so smart and so in tune and. You know they're so curious in different in their respective fields, and it's just it's been really it was really fun I. Could've could've talked to them for six hours. I had so many questions. It was really lovely to talk to Sanjay and he'll get an understanding of how they grew up and. They're a decade apart tenures so quite different upbringings and reminiscing about childhood You know getting into Sanjay's air band where he had you know, hide a band with just all air instruments unlike performed across the Greater Michigan area. I mean so much happens just a week so even just to go back from a month. It feels like forever ago. but this we recorded I would say about a month ago and and it was just a lovely wonderful conversation. We love getting to know the Gupta. So here. It is and enjoy this episode. Sunday's been telling me this for a long time when he was trying to get me better. Now, so he's always as. He was not the he was not the healthiest kid. And we're ten years. Age Difference Yeah, so I was kind of I was kind of a third parent to him, and and and when and then when I was going. You know getting interested in medicine I was sort of my Guinea pig I'd. I'd try out various things but he. Can I tell the story. About Your Diet? Is that a yeah? You could tell the story, but this this will clear up for both of you Cape Colliver like if you like. This guy is weird. Sunday to blame. Away I wasn't going in that direction and. Action I want that. Way I was taking credit for your exquisite, physical and mental. Right, right right. One time I was I was home I was i. was home visiting from college and. Medical minutes, types and Neil you were I think you're eight or nine years old. You were young and I was in college and I came home, and I was sitting at the kitchen table and I was just sitting there and our parents, both worked in Santio came home from school. And you know we were latchkey. Kids right, so you come home. You're doing your thing. He didn't know that I was home, but I was sitting at the kitchen table. watching him he, he came into the house and mom would stick all the all. The hostess treats like the twinkies and the king and the. King Dongs Kingdoms were those Ching. You're next on the on the upper upper shelf, the highest shelf of the closet, and so I was sitting there, and he came in in a in a Salami of activity, and threw down his bags, immediately grabbed a chair, and then stacked another chair on top of that it was it was like you. Might you know you might fall? Got Up on. Both chairs reached at the very top of the shelf and took town took down to twinkies while he's still precariously balanced stuff. Both of these twinkies in his mouth left the rappers on the top shelf. Down I didn't want to say anything so I was afraid. If I said something I, would jar him and he would fall. Then, he got down and he was starting to stack the chairs and I said hastening. The. Tweaking Rosbif. Literally kidding with his hand in the cookie jar, not even go ahead, go ahead. It was it was the most. It was the most sort of primal sort of act I think I'd seen of eating. You know it just. It was just he was hungry. It was it was a comfort food I. Think there was it was? It was the mix of of the sweetness and the calories and the emotional sort of fix that comes with that. It was just wild for me to watch as an as an older brother of an eight year old kid, and made you realize how quickly these things start in life, but you didn't even take the rappers to forever evidence. Evidence I mean. You. You didn't care about the consequences. You're like forget the consequences. I need it now. I believe the rappers right with us. It made me. To with Sunday a journalist 'cause he's like someone should be going this. So let's start from the beginning. You are ten years apart. You were born and raised where. Michigan Michigan for both of us. small town in Michigan. I was born outside Detroit. parents were auto, industry, folks and was born in Michigan as well. We we had moved a couple of times by the time scale was born, but But a pretty small town as well. All the way, always in southeastern Michigan I was reading about. Your mom would amazing woman. She's incredible I mean she really. Is that person I mean I don't know what specifically you read, but whatever you read I can tell you it's true. I mean First Female Engineer Ford? Female in story story leading up to that is is like really really incredible as well I. Mean you know you talking about a little girl who was a refugee on the border of India and Pakistan? Who you know, basically grew up with no water, no electricity. And she does something really remarkable, which is, she teaches yourself to read? And the first book that she reads from cover to cover. Is The biography Henry Ford? And she decides after reading that book that somehow some way she wants to become an engineer at Ford Motor Company. And her parents like completely behind this dream. They save every penny they have they get her somehow to America. She gets an education. She went to Oklahoma State University the day after she graduates, she get. She gets in her car..
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"Sherby Gupta. You are a director of engineering at Airbnb, welcomed software engineering, daily. Thank you for having me. So you are director of engineering and you've been at Airbnb for more than five years. How did you get started? Airbnb. Shar. So I maybe I can start with a bit actually what I was doing before that I spent six years at Google and I worked on search and I worked with, you know, the such ranking team and then on a project that became part of Google now. And you know, I was always fascinated by travel and data, and I actually had made a booking this was early on twenty thirteen with my family. We'd gone to Venice, and we just had this really great listing. And then I got introduced to Airbnb and that sort of what got me interested in the company. And just as I spoke to more people, and I heard about the vision, it was very exciting and it was something that I wanted to be a part off when you. Look at the search challenges of Airbnb, what's unique in the set of challenges in doing searching on Airbnb? Yeah, it's a good question. And you know, I remember a Leon, I used to talk to a lot of candidates that would say, okay, you know, you walk on, so it's a Google or one of these other companies, and you know how can it be that different? But it actually I like to think of it as you know this traditional search where you express what you're looking for, you expect the most relevant result right at the top, right? Like if you go to Google, you don't want to click on the second or third result us want expect the top result at the first position, and if it's something that you that you're not happy with, you'll reformulate what you're looking for. If you think of a mock marketplace searches, you know it's, it's typically based on what's available, right? What's the available supply and you want to match supply and demand? And I would say that Airbnb adds another layer to this, which is that both. Sides of the marketplace have preferences. So what this means is that a guest comes in, let's say, I want to travel. I was on that trip to Venice. I had, you know certain expectations of that trip where we wanted to stay, how many people were there. It was my family. So that meant that we, you know, we wanted to stay near where that was good food available and maybe not too loud, but then the host also has preferences. The host also, you know, might say that, hey, actually might place is good for these types of guests or or maybe you know, guests that are traveling. Maybe it's actually great for families and for another place. You know, it might. They might have a lot of stairs inside might not actually be be perfect. And so you know, this is what makes fundamentally what makes or BNB. So it's very complex, which is that you know the preferences that a guest has a very complex and then matching those with what is right for the host. You know, that's where the magic comes in, and I think a lot of people sort of assume that, okay, you know, if you. Worked on traditional, so it's where you know you'll optimizing for that. I click sort of translates over to marketplace. I would say that, you know, that is all to another layer of change where Airbnb we optimizing for that booking right in the process of searching, figuring out what's right for you, figuring out the inventory and then making the final booking that entire process can take multiple days. You know, typically you think of or people are not used to thinking of such as this, you know, long process that you know, you find you wanna get the booking conversion. Somebody who's thinking about search at Airbnb might say, oh, it's just a matter of star ratings. And is it a positive or negative review? And you kinda mix that with a geo location, search and wallah. You've got a search engine, but actually it's much different because in Google search, you are not supply constrained..