10 Burst results for "Hachinohe"

"hachinohe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"That was that was a big eye-opener for me because seemed that seemed to to kind much more like emotionally free. You wasn't so restrictive the kind of arabic cultures that ways i mean there is. There are strict too. But it's but it's in a different way. I think There's beauty has a different role in arabic culture than it does like in western culture. Our buildings are just like these big old skyscrapers but in the arabic world. You have a few of these. Like really extrordinary moss. That are just like with so much attention to detail and Disgree craftsmanship that goes into the stuffed. And that's like a real big symbol of wealth to them there too in that part of the world and it's always been that way it really is going back as all the way through the bible. It's always been that. The arts were like kind of higher expression of the divine and it was a symbol of wealth and prosperity in that you had a functioning society because he can convince everybody come together and work on something like a mosque or something like that. So it kind of just really kind of brought out fascinations curiosity about this kind of different way of lives is different part of the world and it just an eye as time went on. I kind of be and picking up on the psychedelic influences. And how that tied into like my personal experiences with with with cannabis or with with mushrooms or a need these straps in just being struck by a certain sentiments. Our feelings that are similar is written was really interesting. So yeah that kind of sums up. I guess part of that so and akhil killeen some of the best hachinohe world right at my age just gets best right kind of guests. That's rich aca. I haven't tried any. I probably should have but i haven't i don't know i've always family there and so i try not to too much trouble. So yeah and i'm a foreigner in their country to and we can give americans a hard time every once in a while so young. I don l. yet. Once i found some nash that was just mind blowing snuff. i haven't. It's not easy to come by but it. It was in my hands for a while. His great i mean great. Yeah gonna have. You looked into anything about these like tents that they would use to kind of fumigate so they had like the hot rocks and they would put the herbs on the hot rocks and they would all go in these tents. I think it's even in the bible. There's like a description exactly how to build the tent and to seal it. The right way of the smoke stays in it and these would go into the tent to speak to the lord just like mentioned the. They're always right all that the pretense is that the the lord will be engaging working when near during means drugs and at night i think now with cultural context like any time as like just a recreational psychedelic user league like a friend and gives it to you. What are they tell you then. Like sat and sagging men. You got to get the right set. You got have the right setting so that you can precipitate this interesting high. And when you put that in the cultural context of how they were perceiving these herbs and plants back then like they purely truly thought that these prance were given to them by god wholeheartedly. No doubt right you know. They add the psychedelic experience. It was truly just experiences. Nothing i'm s- look like. They had ever experienced before. But i got a. I wonder how strong the bug was back. Then freight why imagine if you're throwing heaps of it onto an alter your on boxing of hunan and you just keep you don't really stop and he'll get so yeah rat but yes you're right. They do give instructions in the bible about the construction of the tabernacle where they basically seem to be burning incense basically around the clock and the priests go in there and they make their plans about where the nomadic communities gonna move and they all be consult with god and they consult with each other and this is a big part of their lifestyle in the set. The point you you mentioned about setting setting is also very interesting and important to. It's this there under the israelites. At at at least they had their. They're kind of tabernacle. Their temple was at the center of their camps. So you had all of these kind of these other tribes kind of around this kind of central kind of location. This is where a lot of the decision making was done for the whole for all the tribes where they would go when they would move if they had to go to war. All these big decisions we basically get made here in the u. You'd also have people bringing animals to be sacrificed and that would basically mean that the priests would be able to eat and anybody who is poor would be able to go there and get some meat to eat. And this is kind of how they the operated. They're kind of nomadic society and the point about sentenced setting. I'm getting to here. Is is related to affect. Their tent is basically surrounded by all the other tribes. So it's the safest place in in the community where you're not going to get bugged by other people in. There's all these rules about. Who could go into the tabernacle area in a foreigner was not allowed anywhere near it because we can imagine like an enemy or a foreigner comes in. while you're you're taking these drugs. I mean you could get really freaked out and it can be a thing related to honor. Probably if if like the high priest lake showed fear or something because some guy looked at him or hallway they'd be like probably turn into some kind of scandal. Some sort so to avoid all that is. they're all these rules around who could go the tabernacle and it was the priests and people were experience with these drugs and if so there are kind of controlling the kind of mindset in the mentality that was going into these experiences in a sophisticated and premeditated way which is so interesting to me. That's what if you really look at the bible and you kind of get read between the lines a little bit too too too. 'cause we don't necessarily know for certain that this was can abuse. But we have this this evidence intel rod which we were talking earlier we have the cannibalism reference in the bible. Which is the hebrew word for this. Some people think it's cannabis in some people. Think that is where our word for cannabis comes from so that might be case in. You'll seems to the ra. I mean that would that word can is. It can use since. I think the the hindu of the proto hindu people right. They had that same root word us or that right. Yeah and this is something chris. Bennett talked to us about. Maimi aiming where connor with one loaded in the chamber but yeah. That's like something christmas talking about. He did mention can't have awesome. That's a big part of his theory in. That comes from soula. Ben another with the same last name rounder. That's his pen name. I'm not sure but it sure gap benson cavanna is the dutch arthur. Who's i made that connection between.

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"hachinohe" Discussed on Speaking of Bitcoin

Speaking of Bitcoin

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on Speaking of Bitcoin

"So. I think that we've done a good job here. Kind of exploring the various ways in which consensus has happened. Recently across the two largest protocols. And i think the question that i'm wondering at this point is i mean it took what maybe two and a half years of development and discussion and figuring out exactly the right way to get it implemented and then you know putting it into the protocol for tap root within bitcoin to actually make its way from an idea into the protocol itself and now we probably have another. I know three or four years before we see you know more than fifty percent adoption. And i'm totally pulling those numbers. But but it's a slow manual process where different companies different wallet makers all need to proactively choose to put resources into adopting the changes that were introduced with top roope. The thing i want to end this conversation on is do we think that there will be more tap root level changes which again was a pretty fundamental change in a lot of ways and not backwards incompatible but in terms of changing the method in which signatures for example are actually generated and the algorithm kind of around that. So i mean that seems to me like it's a pretty big change. Do you think that there will be any changes of this size in the future or perhaps larger or perhaps smaller absolutely that will be. And they're already in the pipeline. Yes you're absolutely right that it took three years to get here and the reason it took three years to get here is among other things because a lot of fundamental invention had to happen wish nor signatures so picking exactly how to formulate the type of schnorr signature and make it so that we could use some of the kind of tricks or magic schnorr signatures to do things like adapter signatures and signature agregation and not bite off too much in the first bites and make it a bit smoother make it easier for developers and of course a bunch of other features that have gone in here because tap redesign just signatures. It's also merkalis. Abstract syntax trees that allow you to have much more complex scripts and you can only reveal one portion as well as tap root which allows you to disguise those much more complex script as a single payer. This was a major package of upgrades omnibus reconciliation. Bill if you like and it took three years to research and test because it was very thoroughly tested the use of schnorr signatures and reference implementations in a bunch of different languages as well as in lipstick p to fifty six which is the main consensus and togr library of bitcoin have been out for a while now and what that means i think is that developers could move much faster to implement this than they needed to implement with segues in many cases because the segue code they introduce had the types of modulation in script construction. When you go from one type of script to it becomes a lot easier to than add a third because you had to rewrite your code based to identify. Two different sets of scripts right. I think we're gonna see much faster. Adoption of tampered. And you know to the point that it takes three years to research develop these technologies. That may be another one or two years adopted wallets while vita is true. These do not happen. Sequentially the very next one i expect to happen is probably going to be some form of crossing. Tigra gatien or possibly the any pref outs sick. Hachinohe inputs a basically adaptation that allows us to implement more flexible construction of smart contracts for things like lightning or some form of covenants using either up cats or check from stack or some other formulation of fans and all of these things have been in very active debates for at least three years some of them just as long as tap root some of them as long as segue so they're getting much closer to reaching a level of maturity where they can be deployed. We've got a better deployment activation mechanism. We've got a whole bunch of features that have been drafted and are moving forward. And i expect we're going to see changes like that happen again. The real question. I think is are we ever gonna see. Hartford changes that modify the consensus protocol either to increase the blocksize and or to introduce privacy features into the base blockchain. That's a much harder question to answer. And i think there's a lot more consensus and a lot. More political will for taking those kinds of very risky moves that at the same time are also very powerful moves so it sounds like we're talking about different changes will continue to be made will continue to see these same types of potentially fundamental upgrades come into even bitcoin even in its current quote mature state. So in the past we've talked about this idea of ossification and ossification just basically means that you can't change it anymore right it's fixed. It is what it is. And that's all we deal with. We talked about this in the past and the context of four versus six. Ripe four is the old standard. It has basically run out of room so it can actually no longer really be used in the way by all the people who want to use it and then on the other side. We've got ip six. Which is the much larger that sort of resolves this problem but the problem is is that. Ip the four is built into so much stuff. That's out there in a way. That word really can't be upgraded. They're kinda stuck. You know we have the new technology but we can't make the move from the old to the new. Are we concerned about that for bitcoin. Still i don't think the analogy works for a couple of reasons. One is that as adoption of the internet grows. You have more and more people using the internet. The reality is that the vast majority of people who are new to bitcoin are doing on train. Transactions and so the switch to tap root transactions are going to be for people who first and foremost actually use the bitcoin protocol and then to that end tapper actually saves you money so it's as if the difference between four and six was the amount of money you paid every month for internet was fifty percent lower if you use diabetes versus four. There are no incentives on the internet in the same way. They are for bitcoin. In this adoption in the transaction fee differentials even greater switch from regular transactions to segue transactions. There's going to be a real meaningful incentive for those of us who actually do on chain transactions to transition over especially for complex protocols and it has a huge impact on the adoption of the lightning network by simplifying and strengthening the core protocol. I think probably one of the biggest users of this is going to be the lightning network. And that's another way that ossification has been overcome in bitcoin. When out talking about protocol level features that are being used by end users and wallets but by layer two protocols and make those layer two protocols more powerful so for the average user. We don't really want to see the average user necessarily doing pay to tap tapper transactions on their own chain. Bitcoin wallet i think in the longer term but we want to see is people migrating to using lightning almost exclusively for almost all transactions with the only time they go on chain. Is their wallets doing some kind of channel open close or rebalancing operation in the background.

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"hachinohe" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Works is. It's only a soft fork if you're in consensus with the agreement for the change if you're not then it's a hartford but by calling user activated software. You're basically presupposing that the change in and of itself is the beneficial outcome so. I think that we've done a good job here. Kind of exploring the various ways in which consensus has happened. Recently across the two largest protocols. And i think the question that i'm wondering at this point is i mean it took what maybe two and a half years of development and discussion and figuring out exactly the right way to get it implemented and then you know putting it into the protocol for tap root within bitcoin to actually make its way from an idea into the protocol itself and now we probably have another. I don't know three or four years before we see you know more than fifty percent adoption. And i'm totally pulling those numbers. But but it's a slow manual process where different companies different wallet makers all need to proactively choose to put resources into adopting the changes that were introduced with top. Roope the thing. I want to kind of end. This conversation on is do we think that there will be more tap root level changes which again was a pretty fundamental change in a lot of ways and not backwards incompatible but in terms of changing the method in which signatures for example are actually generated and the algorithm kind around that. So i mean that seems to me like it's a pretty big change. Do you think that there will be any changes of this size in the future or perhaps larger or perhaps smaller absolutely that will be. And they're already in the pipeline. Yes you're absolutely right that it took three years to get here and the reason it took three years to get her is among other things because a lot of fundamental invention had to happen wish nor signatures so picking exactly how to formulate the type of schnorr signature and make it so that we could use some of the kind of tricks or magic schnorr signatures to do things like adapter signatures and signature agregation and not bite off too much in the first bite to make it a bit smoother make it easier for developers and of course a bunch of other features that have gone in here because tap redesign isn't just nor signatures it's also merkalis. Abstract syntax trees that allow you to have much more complex scripts than you can only reveal one portion as well as tap root which allows you to disguise those much more complex script as a single payer. This was a major package of upgrades an omnibus reconciliation. Bill if you like and it took three years to research and test because it was very thoroughly tested the use of schnorr signatures and reference implementations in a bunch of different languages as well as in lipstick p to fifty six which is the main consensus and togr library of. Bitcoin have been out for a while. Now and what that means i think is that developers could move much faster to implement this than they needed to implement with segue in many cases because the segue code they introduce had the types of modulation in script construction. When you go from one type of script to it becomes a lot easier to than add a third because you had to rewrite your code base to identify. Two different sets of scripts right. I think we're gonna see much faster. Adoption of tampered. And you know to the point that it takes three years to research develop these technologies. That may be another one or two years adopt in wallets while vita is true. These do not happen. Sequentially the very next one i expect to happen is probably going to be some form of cross pataki tion or possibly the any pref out sick hachinohe inputs a basically adaptation that allows us to implement more flexible construction of smart contracts for things like lightning or some form of covenants using either up cats or op check from stack or some other formulation of pants and all of these things have been in very active debates for at least three years. Some of them just as long as tap root some of them as long as segue so they're getting much closer to reaching a level of maturity where they can be deployed. We've got a better deployment activation mechanism. We've got a whole bunch of features that have been drafted and are moving forward. And i expect we're going to see changes like that happen again. The real question. I think is are we ever gonna see. Hartford changes that modify the consensus protocol either to increase the blocksize and or to introduce privacy features into the base blockchain. That's a much harder question to answer. And i think there's a lot more consensus and a lot. More political will for taking those kinds of very risky moves that at the same time are also very powerful moves so it sounds like we're talking about different changes will continue to be made will continue to see these same types of potentially fundamental upgrades come into even bitcoin even in its current quote mature in the past we've talked about this idea of ossification and ossification just basically means that you can't change it anymore right it's fixed. It is what it is. And that's all we deal with. We talked about this in the past and the context of four versus six. Ripe four is the old standard. It has basically run out of room so it can actually no longer really be used in the way by all the people who want to use it and then on the other side we've got six. Which is the much larger space that sort of resolves this problem but the problem is is that ip. The four is built into so much stuff. That's out there. In a way that were really can't be upgraded. They're kind of stuck. You know we have the new technology but we can't make the move from the old to the new. Are we concerned about that for bitcoin. Still i think the analogy works for a couple of reasons. One is that as adoption of the internet grows. You have more and more people using the internet. The reality is that the vast majority of people who are new to bitcoin are doing on train. Transactions and so the switch to tap root transactions are going to be for people who first and foremost actually use the bitcoin protocol and then to that end tapper actually saves you money so it's as if the difference between four and six was the amount of money you paid every month for internet was fifty percent lower if you used six versus four. There are no incentives on the internet in the same way. They are for bitcoin. In this adoption in the transaction fee differentials even greater than the switch from regular transactions to segue transactions..

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"hachinohe" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"They almost the same Sways for your food. The bureau jealous. Well muslims say normal said So evanston spanish no upstream michael. There is the same but society from production. But you know we use kit. Production casual. eligible ball are normal in amager Ground who exercise after to focus on exercise. And so would be appreciable difference You know let's say you sit attempts at seventy it basically that you said it. Sixty benny go to sleep would be appreciable difference in sort of energy consumption. Some walls likely adult because what happens when people set feels that get mostly low temperatures equity no more hachinohe blue system like you know blount themselves knows all you know because this continent as a result you know doesn't feel comfortable. Okay am in violence. I didn't feel comfortable lino Temperatures you know you actually have to go through the process up station so you can be adapted all the deputies button nobody would normally wrenching loose. So when you call the bob now. Our body counts no increases. A sisal brown said he thought does some adaptation canada patients. We showed that helps to produce more heat. But it takes a mom's or something executive before the adopt Feel uncomfortable so. And i thought what he practically no. You wouldn't be kind of uplifting dress for important meetings and stuff. It's off the kinds of complications fishing. Pretty well you know just died inbound. He knows a dime in just kind of the same amount of difficult. If you i know that that you let us wanting on so can be intervene. Beautifully to increase the the heat production. Nobody was controllers brought in all the responsible for keep production. This protein was no what happens. Might've maliki so am the show step will energy yorkshireman might upon the is. Actually they can flip. Norman slowly and From your foot into world. Age of the cuando brian. Who's zero eight the one in various internal out brand brand-new sorting inside the microphone. There so an after that wall that you fight microphone risk eighty nc geic so the broccoli spread use keep seemingly short circuits that will reduce heat basically completely disappeared the in mexico. So there's a special protein for that so you can control Car right Short-circuit left All the these some sort of rock met lose the same so and unfortunately no national examples available so being you know how in use this accoding by completely artificial way and actually know that was one of the One of the cops most known basic education with the history of mankind which school before the bengals use actually because it's introducing completely fishermen in my formative by simply make you get any gay. So but what should the dom you should make any place naked disposable for only might upon okay so that should be well so am because equal..

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"hachinohe" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"What that process could look like. I mean i've made signed very keen untidy. If it's a big thing you may not socially on wall say that you come back from the war can you've add. What is you've tried to open true. And you haven't because you'll base to rule and your base holding onto your position so sometimes you come back and oldies john. His new. what's not right. I mean you can take time. You know it can be six hours later after jianlin that you then maybe sit down and have a cup of tea and then are able to reflect on the fight. So what makes marriage marriages work is that you will always. You will always have disagreements and the thing that matters. Is that you repair off to fight. And sometimes if it's a small thing we consulted is on the wool. If it's a big thing it can take over the but it's a very good beginning possession and with the kids normally it kind of waxed up through on the normally we would. i mean. sometimes they'd still teenagers no way they were gonna come with this assignment as they right. We should. then we kind of an important part of this process. I wanna make sure we highlight is having some kind of mini celebration. Once you've done that work together and you've hash things out so can be as simple as coming back and having a team together creating that almost boundary on that that space that you've created to hash things out. I mean i think rich is a habit with so so we do have that ritual. We go out we do. The thing and know by name means now before. Twenty s. Not really find scabs. Basically stop assaulted but we come back and once we have social we will always hug. We would always sorry feelings and we'll probably have a cup of tea around the kitchen table or have you come back together again. And you've learned something. You often feel much closer. We then often what something funny on seven might what you're finding movie or that of not having censeo do but let the movie tuna saying but fishing around together. Maybe with do vase on light. The fire that you feel close we. I always want us to do intentional things that you feel sation taste because when you're fighting you get into fight flight or freeze your system goes on that you'll find an you'll blood is running around your body as you reflect. You can kind of go more into your cognitive self. You feel calm. You sold things. Then you need to have a real sense of safety and security and that's the kind of final not today and say developing a found near as a couple for you. That is very different. Different people the us. It's a funny movie and then if there's more work to be done on that subject you would you know maybe journal for a bit and then you'd wait till you go for another walk to hash it out again. You wouldn't wanna bring it up later on that evening at the dinner table and kind of drag that into your day to day i know for you. It's important that you wait and have that that protected time where you can converse in hachinohe. Yeah did you think view to. I don't know if i have a system like this as clean and tidy. I mean i'm intrigued by what you're saying here and i think it's a really good way of of you know encapsulating it creating a safe space rican. Really do that work together. I do find a lot of times. When we have our deepest best conversations my wife and i we will go for a walk and it just really opens us up to communicating on a deep level. And really there's something about at where it just. It's a really use of environment in nature where you can really face open up in have the space and oftentimes after hashing it out you know and discussing whatever it is you can come back and just feel so much better. I'm sure the walk is part of that. Is well moving your body getting eating some fresh air sunshine. It's there's a lot of good things that are wrapped up in that that practice feelings shifts. The car of your mind and it shifts your burden not so very good kinda combination. A lot of people find 'cause say somebody were waiting because it feels too confining but if you've got teenage kids the back of the car often the anytime you can have get anything. I just is when they're in the back and say you know what i can see it up side or what's going on in the car and the way that they never words to face. I interesting my daughter so young. I'm not at that point yet. But i'll keep an eye out for it. And it's interesting julia. Is you mentioned early on our conversation. How as a child growing up communication wasn't something that was expressed and now in your family and with your husband not as such a a priority in part of the success of your marriage. So would you say you've kinda overcompensated in a good way. But because the way you're brought up and because of that lack of communication you know as a family when you're a kid. I think trainees therapies you. Kind of learn the impressions of communication. And i think the secret weapon. Communication is listening. It isn't always topic. I think people tend to transmit a not integrity. Listener said the thing. I think the really matters founders is couples. Is that you listen to say you. Share each others perspectives. I think we could be say determined. The opposite is the one that's right but in fact as you need to lie. Multiple perspectives and multiple views and ways of being. Let's listen to each other much more than token to each other. I definitely dirt as a count to my challenge. I think i did it. I think it is honestly why types of students. So i think it's more as i've looked great. I've changed thank goodness as an adopted so i think it's more of that so julia i wanna come back to your journey into becoming a therapist and where you are today with that and i know you're beginning started with working with families and supporting them who had lost babies and children. So how did you get involved in that. I did after twenty five years in a in the beginning just hostile. I started because i worked with a charity that supported mothers massat. Gironde baby dash is cool. Buff rights and up to that point. So i feel shamed. I didn't really nate. babies died. I felt that that's happened in victorian times. It didn't happen anymore. I was completely ignorant. But once i knew i just felt drought and in the hospital where i had my children i do to some the doctrines and learned that there was no support for other from fathers and a baby died or when children there. There's nothing they had an apartment that she the doctor. The death about so. I offered to do as volunteer. 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"hachinohe" Discussed on Food Issues

Food Issues

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on Food Issues

"And this tap on my shoulder i looked to my side really really cautiously and there is a monk sitting next to me and this monk said something to me i could tell monk by the way who's dress and how he's sitting and he says something to me in japanese and i had no idea what he said not knowing patino hachinohe that time. I knew how to say the bathroom in hello and goodbye. Things like that. But i know what he said so nodded politely and smiled and looked back in my guidebook and hoped he didn't talk to me anymore and he tapped me again and said the same thing again and i smiled. Nodded my head my guidebook but oh my gosh. He's still talking to me and then he tapped me again and he looks me in the eye and he said be here and you know kind of struck me like lightning even as they talk about it. Kind of gives me goosebumps. Yeah as he was dead on..

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"hachinohe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"For growth because there's a law in your universe of states. If you're not growing, you are dying. Please remember that James Arthur Ray was an Oprah endorsed guru. Okay, James, I just love what you just said. He studied this yet. It's too early, but I'd love to see a study between The worker shortages in the states that got rid of the enhanced unemployment benefits and those that have kept them. It's gotta be worse in states like Wisconsin that have kept them and just simple Paul mentions he I don't think I'll name it, but an employer is going to is paying $1000 bonus for every new employee. That comes to work for them well. You got to pay that to make up for the extra money. They're getting out unemployment. I mean, it's just It's a bidding war between working and not working. Standing up in Milwaukee, this is the mark Belling late afternoon show a news talk 11 30. Wi said, Uh Janice is questionable for Game one of the NBA finals beginning today to Phoenix. I think he's going to play. He went from doubtful of questionable It's trending in the right direction. I don't think it's a good idea myself. But As is the case with everything else that might be Wrong. The Brewers made a trade they have their first baseman. And before I even tell you who his name is. He's the same first base when we've had for the last 15 years. I mean, they're always different names that they're exactly describe The Milwaukee Brewers first basement you could. They've always been the same guy. Guy that strikes out all the time doesn't have much average but hits a ton of home runs. I mean, you understand how many guys have gone through that have been that Um, what they've essentially side is Daniel Vogel, back to second vocal back is on the injured list. So they got another power headed guy who hits a lot of home runs and doesn't have much of a batting average. Paul says. Is he fat? I'm that's been the case with many of the first face, but as going to say it's true of most first baseman in baseball, but it's really not. And most of them are like Anthony result. Uh Call and leave. It's so odd. He's got the I mean, you can't come up with a better name for an athlete of the state of Wisconsin, that rowdy Tellez He's been with the Blue Jays gets a lot of home runs. He's in their farm system because he's not. He's not having a good year. He was hitting only 204 in the big leagues, but does have a fair amount of power. But the key on him. This is a good pick up for the Brewers. They have fly Guerrero Jr. He's not going anywhere, so there's no room for him. Now in the American League, you have a D. H and so on. He's a left handed hitter. The Brewers did give up a player they only traded for just a few weeks ago. They gave up Trevor Richards, who was the picture that was included in the Willie Adama's Steel, and they traded a minor league pitcher to get rowdy Tellez. But after this past weekend, where the Brewers Winning streak ended and they've reverted to not being able to hit again. I don't think that there's going to be a lot of patients with this lack of offense, and they will be willing to trade pitching. In order to get it. I suspect what the brewers will be doing is platoon in Keston Yura and tell us casting its right handed and Tellez hits left handed, and this would have been the Daniel Vogel about grew up wrong, but Daniel is out for weeks after this, said When he comes back, Whichever one of the guys hits the most will stick around with the team and the other one will be let go. Power heading left handed hitters are ideal for Miller Park. Not only have that short right field fence and the ball flies out of Miller Park. Well, you've got that weird situation with that, like picnic area in front of the right left in front of the fence in right field that actually Makes a home run about six FT. Shorter for left handed hitters and Fly balls that would be landing in the morning. Crack become home runs that can land in that area. So the Brewers did make that traded. I think that they're probably going to have a bad week again. It's just the nature of things but winning streak ends. You can tend to go into a losing streak. Hot and cold this of things now Here's what we're gonna pick up. Spent a good portion of the first star of today's program, discussing We got everything wrong and coronavirus. Because our information was restricted. The one set. Not facts, but one set of opinions and their representatives gospel and nobody was allowed to express somebody else. You couldn't put it on social media was slapped out. You work. You know, this is irresponsible, etcetera. And it was done in something in which there was literally so little. We know certain things about cancer because cancer has been around forever, but even with cancer Medical researchers are trying new things all the time. And that's something that we've known about. For a long time. Covid was brand new Their bank Corona viruses, But this virus was brand new. At the societal responds to it. The approaches that were taken were brand new. Prior to this. Why do we make people put masks on? So the question the mass wearing of masks, We were not allowed to question it. You weren't allowed to question Something that we had never done before in our country's history. From the origin of the virus to the way to deal with it to the way who who would pose the threat to to the best way to stop it from being spread all this stuff or all the ramifications from it? We were told there was only one way to think that everybody else was smacked down. I believe When all is said and done, you are going to find that the so called experts the point of view that was allowed to be heard eggs in a bad 000. They're going to have been wrong about everything. On everything in which the truth is now coming in. They are Turning out to be wrong, but I admit that on many things The truth isn't yet in What happened, though, was not only were we only given one side of the story we worried allowed to do this sort of thing that we human beings doing everything break up all the opinions. Hachinohe batted around, and that's how you find truth. Which leads me to this..

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"hachinohe" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

Seoul Therapy The Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on Seoul Therapy The Podcast

"That's us as fuck you know yeah own Skinny brown from doing that. Because a lot of rappers are doing that in korea non necessarily saying that they are cashing in for mental health. But a lot of Artists that are trendy. I guess he's just slept too many songs together. Sometimes it's hell can't get through the album like as a person who last review things. Just all my god. Why did you just you know. Cut half of the songs out exactly in skinny brown had not only. Was it a tight a tracks. Yeah there was a nice variety. Admit to agreed on unlike you daniel This wasn't mind blowing actually to me. But i thought it was overall a very very solid album that i would recommend it to anyone. Oh for sure heads down and there are no trash bar on it. Knowing late is not like the lyrics are like hemingway shit is not like super lleras. No but i think it is very important for rappers to not have corny bars for sure I have. I have a serious allergy on. Corny bars In here it's like the song. Great like the beasts banged the flow is still open Like i dunno a rapper. Space of stupid shit on record like i just can't think of one Got a what was the young folk. I have sex with my auntie of stuff. Like what the fuck you token like why like. Why did you say that. No one around you say no to the dumb motherfucker and skinny broke. Didn't do that. A lot of travers in career are kind of catching onto the states. rappers like having their records. Skinny brown didn't do that and of great actually like. It was a tight compact. Well-thought-out well picnic a technically proficient varied nuanced thought through. I recommend this album seriously pressure. Yeah let's just say it gets the message across a message across and a message aside. Let's let's just take the message. Decide the saltergate. That's the point like exactly. Yeah i mean hell there. Many records Many records where the message is good but the music is shit. This wasn't that like although it wasn't like Super into mental illness. I guess still like he was actually serious about it when he talked about it. Only have hunger like everything i said until now thing it just boils down onto that. Like he sounded hachinohe. He sounded serious about this. It wasn't night. I'm doing this because his trendier stuff like that for sure. I think that was. What's great about skinny. Brown's recor man Again we hope nothing but the best for hand moving forward. He has a bright future. So yeah what about you daytona. I'm still conflicted ongoing with a twenty ten record. I'm going though. Twenty ten white storm on night record who this is an album vadasz significant when it comes to quite discography as everyone knows a twenty eleven was the period where linear was formed right. Yup twenty ten. He was still insult company And this record however this record is kind of deviation from that seoul company stuff because until the until this record like before like records like the real me to train music he had a really dusty like sentimental sound to mute. Yeah this was when he began to wake transition out of..

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"hachinohe" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

Talk Nerdy to Me

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me

"On you. Don't hear him he's really quiet. They kinda defeat Feeding they they slowing down enough to where they can actually keep talking to him now. He tells me he wasn't gonna loki. Just wanted to mainstream really bad and you come to find out you know. Loki tells her that wolf is the son of finra which is actually luque's kinda mate. I guess anyway this will vermont or whatever is one offspring so yeah it's von khawla in ask that says it's just a weird place. They do some weird things are so obviously he's got a fetish because the new fender is thinner. His kid anyway. Loki tells them yeah. I need you to stop this. This wolf from killing air one because he is just. He's hunting down as guardians. Is that part. I always loved the mythology in the lower behind the viking stuff with a low key in the books they kinda they use that as an outline they kind of follow the actual mythology a little bit. I mean they deviate here and there but they're allowed to. This is their universe. Yeah so you know. She stops him from eating monkey. In the meantime you know hello. Says she told her one. Like hey The wolves out hunting down go fetch. My wife will has got some something to hide to an. She's got two kids she's hiding rump. Sorry one kid to thought she said she had to. She says they're finally asleep. But only one in the picture. Michelle and picked one up anyway. Kids the overcomes. Hey hell is looking for us. She's like all hachinohe where i'm at. Well loki looking you know. Hey causes trouble. I don't believe. Helen knows about the kids. So i'm don't know. I haven't been keeping up on the king. You know kim black kinda didn't appeal to me so i don't. I'm not sure about these kids where they're coming from anyway. Cornell is kinda high kids jokes over again and you're following bruna. Who's one of the other other known valkyries. Besides jane foster. And i believe rona is a newer character wishes good in a personal caller. Not sure what her ancestry is besides voucher of course da but yeah i mean that's cool and she's trying to track down Some information can come to find out. Well you had to go see oracle s the oracle. Dude there in the bubble break. You're only supposed to be. She does barges. And they're all said she has suppose as oracle one question she asked him a couple and the oracle answers. I'm probably not the answer she wanted. But is wow the oracle. The dude for pan's labyrinth. The hands of his is just got one big blue circle thing in his forehead. It's the she asked oracle kinda does answer the way she thought he was going to The oracle says you're here because you made a promise to a woman you love talking to ruin is as a woman. i raise a woman who died with regretting. Her heart will wait a minute. You raise a woman The work so he kinda freaks out and she pulls out her. She's got the you might recognize axe from yarn born. I believe it was from unworthy for when he could win. Jane author was the war and he can pick up the hammer. He had to get some other magical episode from all the universities that he pulled out yong born and looks like he's The oracles imprisoned so he has a stay answer questions where people and she pulls it out. She's She asked him as a will yarn born. Break the magic dome. Oh yeah sure she pulls out there trying to stop her. And that is where i issue ends i. I'm kind of intrigued with this I'm not sure where it's going yet. They've kind of the whole issue is just set the the premise for. What's gonna whatever is looking for was happening. I usually used to the main characters. And then you know at least you on a cliff. The leaves you wanting more as a should what. I'm kind of excited about is when you look at next month's covers. Do you know who that that looks awful. Lot like craving the hunter. I mean extremely his. But we're gonna see more craven hundred He's one of my all time favorite favorite character. So i would not mind seeing some more craving of the how how on makes batteries but we will find out so the mighty valkyries number one out on shells. This is a so far has got me intrigued read They set the groundwork up. They they've got everybody lined up that they need lined up in this first issue in. I'm hoping that the second issue we're going to jump right up. She's breaking she's breaking the oracle out so hopefully second issue jump right into her breaking him out of his magical dome in Take them to go find all this information and people that she's looking so mighty vouchers numero ohio. I recommend picking that one up if you're in especially if you're into the The viking type lower nordic stuff. It's it's definitely going to be right up your alley mighty backers number one good read good. Read going to give it a couple. I want to give a yes. Do pick up off the shelf because it It really intrigued me. I like new characters. We're gonna see ruined over going to find out. Why mayor mayor magara. I'm though i'm probably butchering that name. Anyway the wolf the world eater. They're going to loki. Has the chain that can contain him. The chain of lipner. I think we'll find out what's going on so If that's what you like man pick it up if not Grab a different title. I got a couple more videos coming out for this week. Speaking of that subscribe. There's a subscribe button somewhere in there. They moved all the time as down here but it could be over here. I doubt that's up here or over. There they always put on the bottom of subscribe him. It helps us with demographics not democrat. It helps us with the major Helps us man as i. Excuse me. I have allergies. And i took some benadryl. And i'm a little foggy. So yes. Subscribe to be notified when new video to see.

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"hachinohe" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"hachinohe" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Opinion. He would be the our goto mason old. Your kids physial. My daughter's twenty. Three b twenty four this year and my son is twenty two this year to either of them look at them. Distri dubbing duffed. One of them is one of them is an architect in the making. So she's gone back to cambridge. Do mazdas in real estate finance an architecture so she's fine she's year. Five is like of that seven eight year road and my son went into the family. Business of politics philosophy and low the so. Yeah so did wonder cambridge among the talks. Move no the well. He's thinking about gudgeon. Do his mosque does that. But he went warwick and he's now in austria this year. Just doing philosophy bait. He's another one that wants to bring all the animals hire men them. But i think he wants to do that with humans. Sorry yeah did you not do you guys not want them to be a dentist and we. Didn't you know what we did. We come said when they're ready for the career. Cia will open the door and have the chat with and they came to us and said we want to do this. Though we said son off you go and we we basically said our job was to open all the opportunities to them and let them decide. But i can't say i'm i wouldn't i think dentistry is really amazing. Unexciting in twenty twenty one but really hard. I think the people the the generation are the social media generation. Much fog foster with each other than my generation was in. I'm fifty five years old. If i don't like someone. I just don't go to. The public is really simple. Feel the need to slog him off. Everywhere that i can find and i think that harshness a not lack of grace is some the. I'm glad that my kids would never be ponsa greenmarket session and if this i'm better than us and drome that i find really hard and i say to the i treat you know the the guys mycosis the guys in the girls. They're all twenty five to thirty five or even older. And i just say to their you know if he everyone makes a mistake. Everybody has skills and everybody is learning skills. We need to be a bit kind to each other. I think la you know sometimes under the guise of what's best for the patient we can be quite cruel to each other. Yeah it's one of those things. It's almost like you have license when you're talking about the patient you've got licensed to be cruel to each other and i see that quite a at the same time that you think. This generation opinion poll top on social media. Massive advantages us huge yet. But you know what. I find it okay for me. I would much rather pick up the fine and have a conversation again apart. From the fact that it saves old twenty seven texts and ondo neva anew miss and you misunderstand me and that we fall out the end anyway whereas you pick up the phone what i mean. Is this a unless the end of that conversation. I said for me. Why find sad is it feels sometimes like the art of conversation is going awry and a half to say we grew especially on a friday night where we all sat around the table together and decide boisture union. Half of them would come home to mom and dad and we'd sit there now. Endless amounts of food having a whiskey and a cigar the end of the night and just put in the whole world right. You know that that conversation that banter and we still have it in the breakfast but that notion of one and we just have a conversation and in fact when people come to me and say how is it. You get the conversion on your consults. Am i say to the just have a chance for me when i consult a patient if they buy. They buy if they don't they done. I'm just having a conversation. Does he like it. I don't know why. But i get the feeding. I wanna come to a party hosted. By why i feel like you're one of those hosts with the most this kind of definitely. Ooh no. i understand that but you know what. There's any like one or two things i really do. Well and everything else. I just try hard. But in who i think will you must crying seki. They know what my dinner parties you come. You have leads to bring to the beginning. We have really lovely fade and then core. I put spotify. Thought sing or get his guitar That's it that's what happens. It's all downhill from there. Zima one one. It's based on you. You were speaking about endowed in the sculptural earlier Not you mentioned to me before this podcast. The year that mom passed away no too long ago. Tell us a little bit about a moment and you know the daily conversations used to have to have these. You routine would be at some point in the day. She was on speed. Dial right yeah always. I loved about her. I wish i was editing lighter. As my dad bit crazy she was calm and cool and when she had something to say. You didn't speak. But her entire life was our family even though she's a very very well respected senior lawyer but she found the humor in everything so if i was going out for dinner with anybody down the among i'm ringing need to tell you of not ringing but we're going here and we get you know we're going to do the hachinohe. Everybody she knew my friends. Because you always encouraged us to bring our friends hired. Julie said show me. Show me your company. And i'll tell you who you are. You know his really old fashioned but it is what it is. We had a bar in house. And you know my parents were you wanna you wanna have you'll you'll you'll tell still three in the morning. No problem it's all figure in the garden. Whatever we're just off to bed song is really lucky. The i didn't have to hide. I didn't have to be the girl that had to put her face on in the in the bathroom before i went to school i can do that at home. You know i was very lucky but my mom was the glue. She was the one who showed us how to love and and she loved us every single day and she was our best friend and she learned to loss with us and all the silly things we did and now we miss we every my that every day and with mommy's food so even yesterday i said to my door t as let's just cook prone thing that mom did i. We were men behalf through thinking about her every day and and just remembering that shema but some saying there is still very very. Ill be there at my father's been dead twenty years so i personally think of when i wake up in the morning it is just one of those things mason. Thought you don't. I'm fortunate not too big. Not position right began a no Punch lost cultist arad's at even usa. In the almost beltline. The ground from under his fee disappeared. Right.

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