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As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-Ers Cut Out the Middle Man and Mill Their Own

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:03 min | 1 d ago

As Lumber Prices Climb, DIY-Ers Cut Out the Middle Man and Mill Their Own

"The price of lumber has more than doubled over the last year so concern consumers with home improvement projects are looking for ways to save. One of those ways is extreme. Do it yourself. We're talking about milling your own lumber. Emily swing reports from anchorage. Hans styles spent the winter building a sawmill from scratch in his garage. Water saw mill. I can make a lot of stuff with it. They also need to learn how to weld. Dow sawmill is about half the size of an upright piano today. He's cutting dozens of boards to build garden boxes. I he rolls a nine foot log into place and then was born the ear plugs. Because it's kinda loud then. He fires up his mill guides jagged metal blade through the long dow spent three thousand dollars to build a sawmill. He'll save thousands on future projects a shed and a bench maybe a dresser

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Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

How I Built This

02:10 min | Last week

Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

"So today. We're releasing a special live episode of the show. It's my conversation with paul davison and rohan. Seth co founders of the social media app clubhouse. I spoke with pawn rohan back in april for a how i built. This live event that we did on clubhouse now. If you don't know a clubhouse is that may be because you choose to ignore news and that's okay no judgment but basically it's a social media app but in audio format clubhouse allows people to an audio chat rooms to discuss anything from sports to politics to networking and currently the app has over ten million users clubhouse launched in march of twenty twenty just as the pandemic began shutting things down. The timing couldn't have been better since there was a newfound demand for people to connect. Virtually paul ro haunt of started working on what would eventually become clubhouse a year earlier in two thousand nineteen. It was the first business they ever worked on together which is surprising because before that they kind of lived. Parallel lives both attended stanford for undergrad and grad school. Both spend time working at google and both started social media apps that were eventually acquired the first place paths could have crossed was at stanford row. Han came to the. Us from india and was getting his undergraduate degree in computer. Science and paul was trying to break into the startup world while he was at stanford graduate school of business and honestly. It's probably generous to claim that. I that i knew what i was doing. I was just really interested. In getting involved in the start up world and so i like the idea of going back to stanford and just immersing myself in that so it was a great experience. I went back to school there and spent most of my time just working on independent research projects working with local startups and entrepreneurs doing small group dinners and faculty lunches and and thinking about start-up ideas and business school. I think is kind of what you make of it

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"hans" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

08:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"hans" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"In two thousand five hans. Zimmer began working with director christopher nolan. It's become one of the most celebrated partnerships in movie history. Four nolan zimmer has scored the dark knight trilogy interstellar dunkirk and inception which features this song time. Hans zimmer's work spans an eclectic range of feature films television and documentaries. I wanted to know whether his scoring process is different when he works on animated films all director different from each other once was invited to a dinner party and at the end of the table such terrence malick and a hat. Soak everybody's talking the long table and then suddenly everybody stops talking. And it's just the two great artists charting and they're arguing about which q. In lion king is better. These to admire authors are arguing about lying. You know kids were so the weird thing is you know. I can talk to terry malick about animation and it can talk to tom across our director boss baby about ten red line and in one way or the other. It's sort of the same thing other than that. You didn't get away with a lot more nonimation. I find you know you an eye. In a peculiar way we give life to something. That doesn't have life. I mean that's the whole point about animation especially now with cg where things have gotten so refined and they can do such an amazing things but the one thing they come to camp really truly breathe life. That's ultimately the only real performances. Let's the actress in the musicians. And for instance what we did on the last lion king movie remake and i am i going to be making. Everybody knows the tunes. Everybody in the orchestra. Most all my musicians know the tunes. I'm going to spend a week pretending. I'm recording little cues and then the last two days. I'm literally to make it about cooking to run the movie from the beginning to the end. And you're gonna just hold on for dear life in wicked to recall the whole thing as a performance. Because i wanted to have that you know the thing that you get in a live performance. The thing you get in a theater genius mixed with fear and catastrophe we've had people talked to us and they have careers in whatever editing or what have you am curious. Not in a relationship. Let's say with nolan where you made a few films with him or you made a couple of nancy and it's to boss babies and so forth but on your maiden voyage with nolan tizzy send you the script and you start to get in conversation with him the type of score he wants and you start to lift little things before or do you only really get concretize about until you see cut footage. Let's talk about chris and my working with it. And i think we saw from the wrong foot right away because he wanted me to do batman and i kept saying. I don't want to do batman and finally said. Why aren't you do parliament. I said i know how to be the dark night. But i don't know how to be bruce wayne and he's that's easy. Get a friend into the other character. You don't have to be sephardic so asked my friend. James howard who is the most elegant composes in the world to be light and let me be my dramatic doctors and then i was working of something los angeles christmas shooting in london and he has a way of being very persuasive. He's got this shot of batman standing on top of a building. And i don't quite know how to get him there because i don't want to temper but is there something you can just. I mean it doesn't have to be good. Just give me something that gets them up. And so the first time. I saw the movie it had all our rotten little demo said but if you go to something like inception i remember chris phoning me. He's going hey. Do you wanna come down to the beach with the kids is that we put city stuck. Yeah yeah we need some music for his movie. Let's go down the beach with the kids. I think that's great. I'm gonna try that. I'm going to call spielberg and let's go down to the beach with the kids. Got it worked. He realized that idea of the different times in the different dream state was very complicated to gnarliest. Look to musician. It's easiest thing because that's what we do all the time you know you have a bar divided into four quarter notes and you can divide that time of the fall quarter notes into eight eights notes etcetera and you just keep dividing down an play. You're always playing time. So i think at the end of the day. It doesn't matter if the audience never gets the intellectual conceit of the movie but just think of me like a river and the audience is a little boat and i take you downstream with the story. And sometimes it's going to get a little rock and sometimes it's going to get a little boring but you sort of know. You can trust the river to take you on this journey. Take you to the end. So chris loved that and we do think very similarly. I mean i remember him for having me from iceland. So i hadn't seen any footage right. I just about read the script. He wrote me from iceland explaining the scene. Which is and then you have to hit this short and then this is an assist. The most important scene in the movie our lead character is basically seeing his whole family should be years and he's starting to cry. Certain moment to pyan a fighter to chris chris i. I don't think i can just do this. I turn could wing it without some footage and remember these cups in my head and he says how my sense of timeout center for strategic seems to be very similar. Just write it. Send it to me. If it doesn't work. I'll send you the picture. Well unfortunately in worked. I told him i said how how is it. He goes well. It's within two frames. But i can go and so then he finished shooting. I'm going okay. show me the movie. He's screaming. You know it's going really rather well you know you imagining my movie and writing freely. At which point. I started to to send him pieces of music without telling him what they were for. I wouldn't write anything on them. I descend to music. But i very strongly having read. The script knew what they were for. I was praying and hoping those are shot in their malia. Coty is on a on a ledge and her shoe drops. Just so and i was so hoping that this piece i ascend for him. Worse gator end up in that spot and then months down the road. When i first saw it was he absolutely got it so we have this language without words because i think what is very important with music is that to me. It's an autonomous language. I'm speaking to you in english. Which obviously is not my mother tongue as you might detect from the horrible accident. But if i were to speak to in a couple of chords. I feel safer ground on a field market. So this how chris. I kept working. We have coming up with crazy. We did to list for instance for interstellar off. What are the things we haven't done. You know we would cross off big when i did that. One bighorns all. We did not want. And then chris what about pipe organ and that became that you now because as he said it does a movie about space and rockets and all that stuff i mean. I saw the shape of the pipe augmented at the same time. I saw the after burner of rockets and i thought both are.

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How Ryan Serhant Uses "Big Money Energy" To Make Millions

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

How Ryan Serhant Uses "Big Money Energy" To Make Millions

"Sir hans. Welcome to the show man. Thank you so much wrapping me man. This is this is awesome. I've been looking forward to this for a while. We'll sweet well. Let's let's dig into this thing so i devoured your book or last couple of days. I have four million questions asked us today But we get them all but a few done here so first question. Big money energy. I want to know what the heck is big money energy. Because this is the concept that actually i i fell in love with. Take you back for a second big big money. Energy is is my my second book My first book was called sell. It like sir hint which was really my my sales Toolkit right for the gig economy for real estate agents. Yes but for anyone who's in the business sales which is everyone And i put that together over. The course of ten years i got into the real estate business The day leman brothers filed for bankruptcy in two thousand eight and taught myself how to sell how to rent apartments how to build a sales career Had a follow up how to structure my day all of that over the course of the next ten years And everything that. I learned everything i knew about how to talk to people how not to talk to people at communicate in general and how to operate as an entrepreneur who has to wake up every day with no inventory other than what other people control go make a percentage off of that Put into that first book. But what i didn't put into. It became very clear to me once. I put it out Because you know we had a lot of people read it and they said. Listen after reading your book i know what to do. I know exactly how to build my career. I know i know how to sell. I know what to do. But i can't. I'm freaking out i i'm eighteen. No one's going to trust me. I i've imposter syndrome in a new city. I tried to open my mouth but my palms are sweaty. My stomach is in knots. So what i realized was wait a minute. So salt lake sir then became a show on bravo which then became a large online sales. Course which we have now and it's been a big part of our business Where we teach people how to sell all over the world It is a tool kit but the secret sauce is being able to have the confidence to use it right. You can give anyone a toolkit and say build a house But if they're not the confidence to put up that house and make that foundation and do the carpentry and do the plumbing. And then they're you know they're they're not they're book smart but they're not street smart and so big. Money energy is Really big magnetic energy

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Lindsay Lohan's Father Arrested in South Florida

Buck Sexton

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lindsay Lohan's Father Arrested in South Florida

"Of actress Lindsay Lohan, facing charges of patient brokering 60 year old Michael Lohan was arrested following an investigation by the Palm Beach County Sober Homes Task Force. Stands accused of luring drug addicts to rehab centers in South Florida in exchange for illegal kickbacks, according to court records. Lo Han is the president of Lola Recovery Ventures in Palm Beach Gardens, and he received more than $27,000

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Smart Cities: Where Are They?

Technology Untangled

02:13 min | Last month

Smart Cities: Where Are They?

"Modern city is changing. Urbanization and population growth are non ending phenomenon with sixty. Six percent of the population expected to be living in cities by twenty fifty. I think fascinating about the evolving role of cities they originally came into existence only through the industrial revolution as a place for manufacturing and really their role was around the physical exchange of goods. That's jen host hewitt's from the small london board. Jen has involved in numerous smart city projects. Worldwide over the past fourteen years and has seen firsthand how the city has evolved. What we've seen times mcdonalds a transition more to a services economy in the city becomes a place for you exchange ideas it becomes a place potentially where it's not just about the exchange of physical goods but it's also looking at how it becomes a melting pot for data exchange or for the information economy. Ready can you just quickly explain what we mean by small city. I typically related to these four elements say firstly there is definitely a role i mean hans role predation emerging technology in them. Smart city us. That's an app defining aspect. I think the other thing to me is about. Small cities integration across multiple articles in the early stages of small cities. You see in a smart energy systems and that would be categorized as a small city. But i think actually true small cities wants to looking laterally cross multiple aspects of their infrastructure and service provision and then looking at how can they exchange Could waste to drive up. Changing crosses the fed areas rainey about citizens coal the Narrative is of mature of the lost decades. Her it starts with a very strong pule tech push. Now there's a real importance of around how this text and data. How does it actually make a step change in how you serves. The needs and create more of a pull a sustained poll from citizens for the new services. That are more convenient more intuitive and so forth so really innovative new models of service provision

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US, China 'Committed to Cooperating' on Climate Crisis: Joint Statement

Just Don't Lose The Money with Rubino and Liang

00:38 sec | Last month

US, China 'Committed to Cooperating' on Climate Crisis: Joint Statement

"Radio This weekend, the U. S and China agreed to address climate change A. B C's Uni Han has more the U. S and China issuing a joint statement the work on reducing emissions and aim for global temperatures in the Paris agreement this following a meeting between special presidential climate envoy John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart earlier in the week, speaking in Seoul on Saturday, Harry singled out China for its call. Use. Mine is the biggest biggest cold user in the world, and because it's such a big, powerful economy on country. It needs to move. China hasn't confirmed. It's attending President Biden's virtual climate Summit, which starts

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WHO: Europe has surpassed 1 million COVID-19 deaths

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

WHO: Europe has surpassed 1 million COVID-19 deaths

"A top official from the World Health Organization says Europe has surpassed one million deaths from covert and nineteen and the situation remains Sirius with about one point six million new cases reported each week in the region addressing recent concerns about vaccines Dr Hans Kluge also says the risk of people suffering blood clots is far higher for people with code nineteen some people who receive AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine speaking to reporters during a visit to Greece clear did pointed to early signs the transmission may be slowing across several countries he says the proportion of covert nineteen deaths among people over eighteen who have been prioritized for vaccines has dropped to nearly thirty percent the lowest level in the pandemic I'm sorry I shockingly

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Jordanian prince claims he's been placed under house arrest

On the Media

00:54 sec | Last month

Jordanian prince claims he's been placed under house arrest

"In Jordan has issued a statement saying that Prince Hamzah, the half brother of King Abdullah, and the former Crown prince has been asked to stop any actions targeting the country's security and stability while the number of officials have been arrested, our Arab affairs editor, Sebastian Nausea, reports A statement by the Jordanian military said that a former minister, a member of the royal family, and a number of other unnamed officials have been detained. It said that it was part of an ongoing security investigation. As part of this Prince Hans. I was told to hold any actions that might affect Jordan's stability that the military denied reports that have been appearing on other media outlets that Prince Hamzah had himself been arrested. Which is triggered speculation that there may have bean on attempted coup. The events is so far officially confirmed our, however shocking enough in Jordan, where such high level arrests a rare Germany's

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High-Profile Figures In Jordan Arrested For 'Security Reasons'

On the Media

00:54 sec | Last month

High-Profile Figures In Jordan Arrested For 'Security Reasons'

"Has issued a statement saying that Prince Hamzah, the half brother of King Abdullah, and the former Crown prince has been asked to stop any actions targeting the country's security and stability while the number of officials have been arrested, our Arab affairs editor, Sebastian Nausea, reports A statement by the Jordanian military said that a former minister, a member of the royal family, and a number of other unnamed officials have been detained. It said that it was part of an ongoing security investigation. As part of this Prince Hans. I was told to hold any actions that might affect Jordan's stability that the military denied reports that have been appearing on other media outlets that Prince Hamzah had himself been arrested. Which is triggered speculation that there may have bean on attempted coup. The events is so far officially confirmed our, however shocking enough in Jordan, where such high level arrests a rare Germany's president, Frank

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VP to focus on border diplomacy; no immediate plans to visit

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

VP to focus on border diplomacy; no immediate plans to visit

"Members of Congress from both parties were at the Mexico border as the number of unaccompanied children keeps growing for the Democrats Texas congressman Joaquin Castro was at a housing facility even these facilities that have better conditions in the CBD processing centers are not the places for kids Texas Republican senator John Cornyn says this is a humanitarian crisis the smugglers the the the drug runners they understand our laws and they know how to exploit them it's a growing challenge for the buy did ministration GOP lawmakers like Texas senator Ted Cruz are seizing on the issue all of us today witnessed the Biden cages Minnesota democratic congresswoman L. Han Omar talked about her father's decision when she was eight years old to fully conflict he was making a decision for me to live I'm a Donahue

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Healing Yourself With The Direct Your Own Care Process With David Hanscom

Outcomes Rocket

01:29 min | Last month

Healing Yourself With The Direct Your Own Care Process With David Hanscom

"Such privilege to have you back here. Dr hans com. Thank you so much for for joining us again. Thank you how bad yes and so during our initial podcast with you you you took us through. You know the problem of over care in the us and just lot of the different over operations end the waste. Twenty billion dollars a year on on on handling chronic pain in a way that's not effective today. We're going to be focused on the solution and how you're addressing it with your resources and your website and now the app that you guys are launching. So why don't you kick us off with what that solution looks like in your eyes. What is happening medicine. Particularly the last twenty years as it were focused on structure other words. If you have a symptom it must be some structural problem causing it. The reality is probably not sin of also in your body in any body region is from the physiology how the body function snow and other words which lows stress chemicals which level information so the body is under selection of parts chain. Is it cars way. More complex than carbs are runs as work in precision. The buddies wayne precisely car in the history. Work and function. Medicine is really looking at just symptoms enough actual function of the she

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Warnock Calls for Blaming Asians for the Pandemic To Stop at Atlanta Rally

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Warnock Calls for Blaming Asians for the Pandemic To Stop at Atlanta Rally

"Nation's Asian community across the country after those deadly Asian spa attacks in the Atlanta area, or just Senator Raphael Warnock at a stop Asian hate rally in Atlanta is blaming Asians for the pandemic needs to stop. We all along. Anything from calling my tune is that we are as close to one another as a call. That's all qualified humanity is six Asian women were among the eight victims killed in last week's shootings at several spas. Advocates are outraged that authorities have not labeled it a hate crime, saying there is a pattern of targeting Asian businesses. Georgia police say the investigation is ongoing. Beauty Han ABC

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Complaints pour in over UK presenter's comments on Meghan Markle

Colleen and Bradley

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Complaints pour in over UK presenter's comments on Meghan Markle

"To go down. Let's talk about Piers Morgan. This is another interesting one. I love it. He is interestingly standing firm in his controversial remarks about Meghan Markle following his departure from Good Morning Britain, and this is another such an interesting Element of the story, which is the royal family's relationship with the press, which, of course, Harry and Meghan talked about that It's a mutually beneficial relationship, and that it was to the families benefit to sort of have Meghan be the sacrificial lamb taking all the heat, and then everybody else was good in the good press, so for them At the time. It felt like kind of a good deal. Piers Morgan has long hated Meghan Markle Ass got all kinds of access to growing kinds of weird issues with her. He made a lot of disparaging comments about her following the interview with Oprah got quite the reaction 41,000 complaints made to his network about his comments in particular. That questioned Megan's authenticity when it came to her mental health struggles. Um and so megastar, bro. Oh, he's so gross also made a formal complaint to ITV following his comments. That's what people magazine is reporting and other people are reporting. So I don't have that for sure from Meghan Markle, but that's what's being reported. Page six reported that Yeah, Here's what Piers Morgan tweeted On Monday. I said I didn't believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview. I've had time to reflect on this opinion, and I still don't if you did. Okay. Freedom of speech is a hill. I'm happy to die on. Thanks for all the love and hate. I'm off to spend more time with my opinions. And then he posted a photo of sir Winston Churchill in a quote from him. That said some people's idea of free speech is that they're free to say what they like. If anyone says anything back, that is an outrage to which I say Piers Morgan. That's what you did. You said your piece and then your colleague. The weather man called you out and said that he disagreed. And then you stomped off like a baby toddler. My three year old Han handle emotions better than that. And honestly and this is Oh, I can't this like fries me to the core. He's so gross. And, uh, there is. No you are not a hero. Piers Morgan, don't And don't do that thing where you find a quote. That sounds really good and be like this is what I'm doing. It doesn't apply to this situation because you were the one that when someone talked back to you,

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Why It's Harder to Bluff in Multiway Pots

Thinking Poker Podcast

02:39 min | 2 months ago

Why It's Harder to Bluff in Multiway Pots

"It's harder to bluff and also harder to make thin value bets in multi way pots right when you bluff in a multi way pot. You have to get multiple people to vote. And that's hard to do especially when they're as king on the board and a three about pot. There's a very good chance that somebody has a big pair and they're probably not giving up on it very easily. So if you don't have it and you don't have equity against it you know. It's fine to the flop with gut shot. It's find about the flop with a flush draw. If the big blind is sitting there holding like nine of hearts he probably should not bet the flop by getting enough equity to justify that. Typically you're not gonna be able to get away with a lot of pure bluffing in in multi way pots. I mean there's like everything poker depends. They're exceptions. I think in general you're not going to be. You shouldn't be looking to do a lot of pure bluffing in multi way pots. You can bet when you have blockers you can bet when you have draws your betting in general is going to be a little bit more like polarized in in multi way pots and this is also why you're typically going to use smaller sizing and multi way pots because a lot of what. You're accomplishing with that fullback. He is a bigger deal in multi way pots. But that doesn't mean you're bluffing. Would it means is that you're getting more value from the hands that your opponent folds in other words if you did have let's say a s- queen and you bet this is king seven to nine minutes board. Were nearly like if you were just in the heads up pot the hans. Your opponents is folding to that are typically not hand very much equity against you. He's not folding trolley. Not holding any kind of straight drawl might be folding pocket pairs. That have two outs or five. Six of clubs kinda hand. That has some back door draws you into fold a pretty small amount of equity in multi way pots people will fold slightly better hands so you may get people folding like eight seven or something. They wouldn't fold heads up pot. That has a little bit more equity against you but also just causing multiple people to fold. Small amounts of equity is is worthwhile right if each player individually is only folding five or ten percent equity. That's not worth a lot and a heads up hot in a two way pot. That's ten to twenty percent equity in a three way pot. That's like twenty twenty five percent equity so it does start to add up even these small amounts of equity because you're getting it from multiple players so even when you're betting with what's probably the best hand in a multi pot year you're benefiting a little bit more from folds than you would be in a heads up but

Why it's harder to Bluff in Multiway Pots

Thinking Poker Podcast

02:39 min | 2 months ago

Why it's harder to Bluff in Multiway Pots

"It's harder to bluff and also harder to make thin value bets in multi way pots right when you bluff in a multi way pot. You have to get multiple people to vote. And that's hard to do especially when they're as king on the board and a three about pot. There's a very good chance that somebody has a big pair and they're probably not giving up on it very easily. So if you don't have it and you don't have equity against it you know. It's fine to the flop with gut shot. It's find about the flop with a flush draw. If the big blind is sitting there holding like nine of hearts he probably should not bet the flop by getting enough equity to justify that. Typically you're not gonna be able to get away with a lot of pure bluffing in in multi way pots. I mean there's like everything poker depends. They're exceptions. I think in general you're not going to be. You shouldn't be looking to do a lot of pure bluffing in multi way pots. You can bet when you have blockers you can bet when you have draws your betting in general is going to be a little bit more like polarized in in multi way pots and this is also why you're typically going to use smaller sizing and multi way pots because a lot of what. You're accomplishing with that fullback. He is a bigger deal in multi way pots. But that doesn't mean you're bluffing. Would it means is that you're getting more value from the hands that your opponent folds in other words if you did have let's say a s- queen and you bet this is king seven to nine minutes board. Were nearly like if you were just in the heads up pot the hans. Your opponents is folding to that are typically not hand very much equity against you. He's not folding trolley. Not holding any kind of straight drawl might be folding pocket pairs. That have two outs or five. Six of clubs kinda hand. That has some back door draws you into fold a pretty small amount of equity in multi way pots people will fold slightly better hands so you may get people folding like eight seven or something. They wouldn't fold heads up pot. That has a little bit more equity against you but also just causing multiple people to fold. Small amounts of equity is is worthwhile right if each player individually is only folding five or ten percent equity. That's not worth a lot and a heads up hot in a two way pot. That's ten to twenty percent equity in a three way pot. That's like twenty twenty five percent equity so it does start to add up even these small amounts of equity because you're getting it from multiple players so even when you're betting with what's probably the best hand in a multi pot year you're benefiting a little bit more from folds than you would be in a heads up but

How To Fix Your Quarantine Nails With Celebrity Manicurist Marian Newman

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:00 min | 2 months ago

How To Fix Your Quarantine Nails With Celebrity Manicurist Marian Newman

"With me. Let's make it about me for a second allows you have like a wash my hands and i'm like you know being so thorough these days but i'll end up with like my knuckles or like cracked. They're just so dry at that point that it's like what. What are you even do. The first thing to do is you need to do a little baffled treatment. So you need to find an exposure said because if you don't explode the eight the dead a dry skin than any treatment hind cream you put on off to. Its isn't going to reach a pulse that it needs to reach so there were many expansion hind creams around about. You know if that's not available and do it yourself. A high said for example. Get a bit of honey or get a bit of their reach out a mix sugar into way and they got like a very very natural expoliation and by doing that it will help to get rid of the dry skin and then opens the fresh skin to all the riddick like good ingredients that make a difference to you so that is one thing to do. And how many times a week or a day would you do that. Maybe twice a week. She do that and then hit with some really good hydration cream and some protection crane. Then you'll see a difference over time. Skin skin reproduces itself. Like maybe around sort of five weeks so you know it's going to be an overnight sensation. Gonna take a little bit of effort to do that. And since we're getting personal. What's the hand cream in your handbag. Herbicides sing oh okay well my hankering right now on my desk is i'm really luffing on my best. Now and i have high. I have had set the is muggy here. I've oiled but the one that i'm the one. I actually Available in in america. But it's co. the chemistry brand. Yet by jesse m yet by desi up. I'm actually loving that right now to to to my desk right now. One of them is the extreme hydration. Concentrate which is it says. It's like a protective hydration. gloves hans. Love that on the other. One is hand. Hydrates with highly wanted acid highly. I know it's been around a while but you know quite honestly it's proven to work because it holds more wars. It's something like ten times more route so that its own wake up is a thousand eight. Okay great gap so these two that literally on my desk right now and i move along with hans. Thunder tied sounds well. That's good because those are like very affordable. Yeah i think so. I thought you were gonna say like sicily cream. Yes i absolutely would say sisley to say you know in by it might day job as a sessions fest. Insisted he is mike. You say i work with some amazing people and they like luxury basically I have to say susie is in my on my best right now. is these. Yeah so let's talk about cubicles. I pretty much ignore mine. But when do you know that you have a problem. I'm just being honest here am and what's an effective solution that you can do at home. The best one hundred percent best thing to do to that is daily. If not three times daily a good night oil a massage. Get my sergeant into the base of banal. What will do it will. It will stop it sticking to the now play on the growth of the now fate dragging along you do that and i will guarantee it doesn't matter what condition of your are us delo two or three times a day. Once today i will guarantee an improvement in the condition of the skin around your nails snail. Oil one hundred. Can it be regular like face oil or does it have to be cuticle. Oil had absolutely buffets oil. Because you don't face or will have things like it's a in an an an vitamin e. is really really good to to do that. Antioxidant job so that will help the skin. The best oil is an oil that will penetrate now play and there are only three oils in existence that will penetrate the now to any debt There are lots of oils will actually help the skin around the base

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An End to the Tech Rally?

CNBC's Fast Money

04:35 min | 3 months ago

An End to the Tech Rally?

"We'll rising rates kill the tech rally. Guy what do you say yes back to. You melt absolutely so much of this has been predicated on on this low interest rate zero straight environment when you have tenure yields go from fifty three basis points in august two one point four percent today i understand rates are still low but the velocity and the speed of the move has been well. It hasn't been historic. But it's been noteworthy. And i think we're headed to one and a half. We've said it for a while and that's your line in the sand you start getting significantly north of one and a half percent and the entire thesis in my opinion behind a lot of these high flying tech names starts unravel and you're starting to see it now in the big hans christian andersen fan. I know euros well. Mel and a lot of people mistakenly call the that little vignette that he wrote. The emperor has no clothes. It's the emperor's new clothes. But i got to tell you the close at the fed is wearing right now are not fitting and i think they're going to be revealed for what they are in the coming weeks. They think they can control this out of their control at this point. Yeah karen i. I'll go to you on this. Well i mean obviously we have been in this environment of close zero percent insurance for so long and so when we move out of that. Something's gotta give now. Yes i think. So but i think a few things are happening at the same time. So there's the higher rates that guy talked about. We always talk about the risk premium. What should the equity risk premium beaten as rates go up. The risk premium should be higher therefore valuations lower. But the other side of. It is a rates going up because the economy is improving. And i believe that. Yes that's the case. But i also think that the earnings of a lot of these high flyers and let's talk about something like google for example. I think those earnings are going to be actually much better so on long those. It's a painful day. One thing that. I have on as a hedge which is not nearly enough to hedge how much i would lose him. A day like today is the gb which is the it's tech software and its high fliers. The biggest position is microsoft. But it's really expensive. Names salesforce service now zoom video. Docu sign crowd strike. Those are all going to get hit. Against what i think of as my more value tech today wasn't value at all on sale again and again but i think that if the rates move up slowly because the economy improves. I'm okay with that. I know we'll have a rotation into more cyclicals. But i'm sticking with what i've got. Yeah and obviously it's highest wires on. They'll probably take the hardest hits at this point carfax. North cornerstone macro makes a very good point in that is their alliance the s. and hunt five hundred on information technology. More broadly and in terms of down days and information technology eighty percent of the time the s. and p. five hundred trades lower as well. This is since nineteen eighty nine. Dan and i know you like carter's work. So i mean his point basically is you can't hire overall without technology that being said though if you look at the mag accomplish the microsoft apple google amazon. They've gone sideways for the last four months. Or so as we've seen that rotation into more cyclical names so we did move higher without their real participation and now it's interesting on a day like today that you see the nasdaq down two and a half percent or so to me. I think what karen laid out is really smart. I mean you look at the mega caps and you see their value tech yes. They benefited from low. Interest rates. For a whole host of reasons most notably. They raised a ton of money and they put on their balance sheet and they really not paying a whole heck of a lot and i think as it relates to interest rates. You have to ask yourself who really wants. Interest rates to go higher at this point and guy makes a good point that yeah they're going to they're going because the economy is getting a little better. Look at the ten year chart of the us treasury. You'll we thought we had generational lows at about one and a half percent back in two thousand twelve then again in two thousand sixteen then again in two thousand and thousand nine hundred then you consider yourself or you consider how much negative yielding sovereign debt. There is in the world about fifteen trillion and you think about the corporate been john debt and even consumers you yourself who wants rates to go higher then you look at it over a thirty year period and i think we have that chart and it's just upper left to bottom right so maybe you get through that one and a half on the ten year treasury. Maybe you get to that long-term downtrend which would be about two and a quarter. If that is the case then yes equities. You're going to have a very hard time in this environment. Given the state of deficits right

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Analysis: Liverpool's Latest Loss

ESPN FC

04:11 min | 3 months ago

Analysis: Liverpool's Latest Loss

"Craig. It was just six minutes of madness. Wasn't it yeah and sort of madness. I think exemplifies season. Yes they are of the title race. Those maybe not be but they are fighting donald for the top four. I mean a couple of teams that can go within a point of them with the game and honduras botham three points behind them with thank three games in hans. They've got a real gunfight for the champions league places next year the injuries of taken toll the were way to open nicotrol. The game from most parts play some nice stuff again and scored a wonderful goal. But they've been so open at the bark and vowed a couple of opportunities in the falstaff and when the opportunity came along and the second half of course another calamity the buck. I don't think i could believe what you see it on the sidelines. But that's the reality of it. That's the have claimed. Playoff possession bring yang suzanne. And as i say after a fantastic couple years. They're fighting as shop for frank. How do you explain what happened in that second half once. Alas scored brilliant assists from amino. You thought this is good for liverpool. They should go on to win this game and then just well. It's food war. We would say. But i i i wonder if one vandyke would have been the central defense it would have been the same story and maybe the conclusion of what happened the all season long for liverpool that they lost too many main players To make sure that it could compete with the others. Nothing to do with scott back. I think i did the job. But at least on who has been absolutely perfect for liverpool add to dreadful games And cost kind of six points to two to liverpool and six very important points. he cannot football with. Sometimes you don't know what's going on you know. Even if you have very experienced players the case of anderson's than i do and some others could be enough to to win a game away from home again. The dominated putting sixty their mind and the lost game so stupidly. I will say that there is nothing else to say but while let's see next season because there's nothing to expect from the from neva put until the end of the season. I think as mentioned again another mistake from allison of course after those two big mistakes and managed to city match as well from coach's perspective. How do you deal with that. what. I'm sure that you klopp kind of sits down has a maybe a couple of coffee with him or or maybe even a beer and talk through those mistakes and that just normal is a is a human being there will be moments where you make mistakes and and obviously cost him because a malaga an because Obviously mentioned the city is is kind of just flying away on their way to the title and nobody can stop them and liverpool is going through some some difficult moments. But it's also understandable as frank said. You know it's all dykes injury. And then other injuries kind of got ended on and and for three years they played mos amazing football on the planet. They were flying. I always call him up. Two hundred mph and and it's it's it was so enjoyable or is still enjoyable to watch them but it's it's normal that it comes now a period of time where things don't work out the they're not gonna win the championship for sure not But there's still have to get into the champions league. I mean you've got to give leicester a huge compliment for the season that they play So far but but when things like that happen. Individual mistakes happen especially a goalkeeper. You just need to to be with him. You gotta gave him all the support in the world and and Have a talk with him and and make sure that he kind of refocuses and and put it out of his mind because it it always. The next game is in a few days again

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"hans" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"hans" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"She's she's on the greatest female skateboarders in the world ever that ever existed. Look her up. And she got an offer Skating for shoes at the time shown not from nike her and she said i got a dream offer from nike latisha. If you look at latisha now you'll you'll understand very very you know like like fully understand why she's at the top of regain niece. She's not only a a phenomenal skateboarder. But she's like you know she's got it at all. She's she's got the whole package. And i was like you know what go i'll break the contract woman. I could have just held it and said you know what you don't know what no you're sticking with me for the next year i'm gonna pay you x. Amount of money and then done and and i. I didn't do that. And i wouldn't do that to anybody that if i knew that it was going to be such a life changing event for for them that they could they could truly move up and level up. I still want to work with these people's right. I want them to feel like they're jail by me like i want to be able to. Eventually you know. Like if i have a different deal if there's something else or say something doesn't work out. We can always come back and you're the you're the guy that really totally like you. You just took this major opportunity way for me for what for what reason and there was no real reason except for you know yeah. We had a pre existing deal but that pre existing deal. You know like only go so far when when you can't you can't provide the same kind of support that somebody else's In somebody else that has not only the fun but real funds like real money and so you know you know in her and i have a phenomenal relationship today. her jeb. so it's like. I have and i have and that's okay. The moral of all this. I guess is is that you know the The very smart man named scott coker told me once your your network is your net worth writing and so we're standing. That is is an easy way to fully grasp the fact that building a good network of people that is that strong strong in a way that you could call on them for things that you need strong in a way that when when when when we're launching c media md. I i sent techs out to you. Know to to my crew. Jesse jesse you ready to roll haven flex lewis you ready to roll a wide ready to roll rogin. I'm sending you a package. You know all these people like lumumba all the way down the line you know like i like these are the people that are coming out right now. You know you're you're with us. You know gourmet here you go you know like and you know you. You've pulled out there and they're like senate out. I'll take it for like i if you're going to be involved and that's thing is that the the the network that has been created has for me enabled to increase my net worth because of who i'm associated with and how i could utilize that to build off of the other programs and the other things i'm doing man. Let me hit the pause button on the the conversation very quickly. Obviously there's a lot of doubt right now. There's a lot of uncertainty in the world and on the heels of the us election. Many people are angry and confused and upset and bitter and contentious but many these people are also focused on issues that are just beyond their control. And so it's no wonder they're frustrated. There isn't anything that these people can do about a lot of the issues that they t- tend to dwell on so instead. If you're falling into that trap how do you focus on the things entirely within your control and there are a lot and that's where the thirty days to battle ready program comes in so this is a free course that we've created. It's going to help you. Identify crystal clear vision for success..

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"hans" Discussed on Hallway Chats

Hallway Chats

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"hans" Discussed on Hallway Chats

"To hallway chats. I'm Cara Clays and I'm Liam Dempsey today. We're joined by Hans School Road over the course of seven years Hans built a 12-person web design agency in downtown Chicago and then sold it in early 2019 to focus attention on his new start-up long-term again. Mm, Getting is an auto updating privacy policy generator Hans. Welcome. Thanks for having me. Hey glad to see you here today virtually hans-georg. Thanks so much for joining us. I love for you to share more of your story here. Tell us more about yourself. Absolutely. So, you know, I like starting I have to pick a divided somewhere. So I'm going to start it when I found WordPress because you know, I should date myself free WordPress and post WordPress cuz that's really been a big determiner of my career. We all have that that DeMark wage. Some point, I think you can start where ever you want though. If you want to go back further, that's fine too. Well, maybe a good example is how I got to Wordpress. You know, I was one of the first employees a Groupon Groupon was a hot young company. That was seemingly helping small businesses get more traffic through their doors and I drink the Kool-Aid as we would say a Groupon. I'm very much believed in the model of discounting a company 50% offer more for one day only and you know bringing people together to try out a place over the years though that company went public and I think their priorities changed and I shared my concerns with management they disagreed so I quit I was managing a sales team about a hundred fifty people and I decided I don't like their business model anymore and someone with a small business owner is passionate about what they do within their doors, but they aren't necessarily passionate about bringing that information online. And that was what group I was taking advantage of in my opinion. So what I'm Off to do was to help small-business owners share what they do best online and I think that message, you know, that was the that was the fuel to my midnight Midnight fire Midnight Oil. I'm always so bad with those things. It was the fuel to my fire to to you know, help the small business owner out and over the course of seven years. I found WordPress. I started building websites helping small business owners with their exposure online and the company was successful. I built it up to a 12-person team in downtown Chicago and I happen to be dating a privacy attorney at the time and I told her how I used to copy and paste privacy policies over dinner and her jaw dropped and she's like, what are you doing? I'm like, that's what everyone does. She's like, that's not what you do anymore. Not not what we're dating off and threw a few discussions we decided we we came up with the business model for Irma gettin which we I now have sold my agency and focus all of my time with Sonata on wage. Again is a privacy policy generator. What's cool about our Tech is that you copy and paste the embed code from turmeric added onto the website and that's what allows us to push updates to the policies when the laws change and we give web agencies a free set of our policies in the host that they like our product enough to want to offer term of got into their clients. They can resell it or use our affiliate programs whatever they wish off. But but what we're trying to teach the web industry is something I failed at multiple times, which is the era of copying and pasting privacy policies is over people like we have to accept the future. What is about to happen, especially in America with privacy laws. So that's where my focus is. Now. I am married to Donna and you guys are the first people get to say that publicly to Tom Thumb and yeah, we work from home now and we run from again together and and the rest is history great great story. There's a lot there to unpack and talk about Going to go back to the beginning part cuz I'm curious about Groupon as somebody who used it and hasn't really seen much of it is it sounds like and I don't remember when that was that Groupon and became a thing but it's just before small businesses had web sites. Is that what you're saying websites were definitely a thing. It was 2009 when Groupon which was typically previously called the point which I loved that website named the point., because what someone would just say, what's the point and you're like, oh, you know some kind of joke, but the point became Groupon and I shortly joined group on home sites were still around I was 2010 and you know, I was it was a wild ride watching a company go from a hundred employees to thirty thousand and three years and two years off, um in my career went along with it because of its growth. I naturally I was put in a position to manage people which was a wonderful opportunity. I love sales. I'd love song Is I love sales because I think a lot of people think of sales is bad and I always try to say no. No, no, no, no people are bad or people are good. It is sales is just a Communication channel. So am I only want to do good things with sales and and that's how I train my sales team. So that's something I really appreciated at Groupon. They they gave me the ability to do that for a while, but I felt like watch company went public priorities had changed and now all of a sudden we need to be focused on taking additional margins from small business owners and you know, that sounds good and all but when you're talking to a small business owner asking them to discomfort sells more than 50% and then you're taking more than well you're taking well, it's public knowledge. You're taking more than 50% of a revenue raised. I don't know some didn't feel right. So, you know, that's what I decided was no longer fit. And at least if you look at the stock market how Groupons performed over the last ten years. I think I was correct. But

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"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Which is associated with perceiving negative stimuli They also had marked increases in heart rate and also showed more stress related behaviors and it was published on the Tenth of February Twenty fifteen in biology letters. Yeah. So we this story of intelligence in living things continues today, it hasn't really ended. We know that further claims of animal intelligence are much harder to dismiss than those of clever. Hans like I alluded to the Brilliant Parrot Alex close associated with the scientists Irene Pepper. Berg. Alex appeared to understand thousands of words and syntax in Grammar. But in was capable of doing a lot of things that clever Hans was purported to be capable of doing, but it's difficult to dismiss these cases. Also just I I know we're our at the end time. Cords are amazing. Octopus are so massively intelligent. If they lived for more than two years at a stretch, they would be running some stuff i. just recently read. Did you know octopuses have been documented building neighborhoods? True. Story does surprise me cephalopods never cease to amaze me, and so that's that's where we are. That is the story of clever Hans, the real inspiration perhaps for Mr. Ed. That is that is what actually happens with clever. Hans? Here's the way I want the film to end though I want the film to end with Hans appearing to go to. World. War. One, so clever Hans. Gets drafted, but he's too clever and he's actually working for like military intelligence, but he's conflicted about it because he doesn't like playing this role as one of. Of the bad guys, and so I want clever Hans like fake his death, and then to emigrate to America where he picks up a job in Hollywood and the post credit like credit. Stinger. Is His first appearance as Mr Ed boom cut. I think it's like we're building an extended Hans University. I love it so much and I can't wait I think there should. Be Part of the extended ridiculous history universe that includes our reboot of the craft involving fudge, and then we've got this clever Hans Pic starring a powerhouse cast Daniel day-lewis coming back again again again, from retirement to give powerhouse performance as horse that can do math or can he? You'll have to watch the movie to find. Help us make the movie. We want to hear your suggestions. Thank you as always so much for tuning in. We hope that you enjoyed today's episode This is my excuse to ask for pictures of your pets because I love to see them. Let us know if your pet has any idiosyncrasies or hidden cognitive talents. Thanks as always to Gabe Lucia and thanks to you. Casey. Peg. Rem. Casey. If you had all the time wishes feels weird to say wishes are horses here, but you guys do I'm talking about. In Casey and you as well. No. If you have any patent world, what would it be hamster already got? Dream What'd you say Casey? Clever. Hons. Specifically that horse. Yeah. Why not I mean he seems cool. LOT OF UPKEEP BRE. And also he's dead. So We're. We're talking. PERFECT WORLD YEAR SO OKAY GOTCHA lives on. In the hearts and minds of all of us, and that includes even the most dastardly. Jonathan Strickland the quiz stor Christopher Husky Otas here in spirit. Alex. Williams who composed our theme and of course, in your Heart Ben and your Heart Casey.

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"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

07:02 min | 10 months ago

"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Rules and restrictions apply. I'm John Horn, host to the podcast Hollywood the sequel. On every episode, we're challenging producers, actors and directors to tell us what's broken in Hollywood, and how they'd fix it. Here's producer Eva Denver name unending systemic racism is not enough a statement is not enough one black executive of not enough to not enough. You're accompanying must look like the real world and we're tackling other problems like keeping everybody safe onset and fixing Hollywood's broken GIG economy. Here's Moulana producer Jason Read. Bitch. Finance. Crasher to. Do, less with more in terms of days. Running a crew twelve or fourteen hours, six days. A week wasn't a sustainable model before, and it's definitely not a sustainable model. Now listen to Hollywood the sequel on the iheartradio APP apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. So essentially, I mean folks. Proved, what he set out to prove, but he actually found a little bit of magic along the way. That's the thing guys. This story is. The story isn't completely devoid of like this horse was very special and to your point, Ben von Osten probably didn't know that he really just thought he had a special boy on his hand real clever Hans, and then what folks determined was no, he was not intelligent like a human, but sure as hell was more observant of them, because that's something that I think we can get better at as being observance of our surroundings and of like being able to read the room and Hans was an absolute expert at that. So this is where I take poetic license. We're going to tell you what actually happens in the real world and then I'd like if if you guys will indulge me, tell you what I see happening in our film, the December release, Hans So. Despite the fact that food's pretty much proves what's happening clever Hans remains a sensation von Osten Continues Taurine this amazing horse throughout the country of Germany is still pulling crowds getting butts in seats, etc.. A, what's one thing that I think is very interesting von. Never charges for these exhibitions. He genuinely wants to share the gift of clever. Hans. With the world and von Osten does this until he passes away in nineteen, zero, nine and Hans goes through a series of owners. Ultimately, he has drafted by Germany, deserve in World War One. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, fourteen, which they did not call World War One at that time. God. This. Is taken heroin turn. So leg, this horse was in used to being ridden. He was like a show horse beyond that. He was like a much guarded. You know peace a national treasure, and now all of a sudden, what do you mean like? So he's they're literally riding him into battle WH. What are they doing with Hans that he would potentially as legend would have a pass away on the field of battle? Were they doing with them? He could have been. He could have been a riding horse, maybe not he was Arabian stallion, but he he could also been pulling munitions or wagons, our food supply trains. Like that, there are several different positions. He could have filled as a military horse. You're right. He is rumored to have been killed in action in one, thousand, nine. Hundred. Sixteen. However he lives on today. He's more famous if you think about it than a lot of humans who were alive when he was alive because. Hans. Is In psychology textbooks today. It's the clever Hans effect named after this horse in the idea. The clever. Hans. Effect describes when experimental gets seemingly correct answers from a an animal or human being by giving them unconscious cues in this creates of very convincing illusion of intelligent thoughts. We've seen the clever Hans effect in drug sniffing dogs. You've seen skeptics raise the specter of this effect when they don't believe someone who says I've taught my primate to speak and understand sign language to A. Certain degree or like this parrot isn't just repeating what I, say, it understands me good night. You Be Good I. Love You that story that kind of stuff. I have a good example for when I was a kid, I, distinctly remember being way too young to really be able to read properly. But impressing my mom making her think that I was reading by just reciting one fish, two fish redfish bluefish looking at the book as though are reading the words, but it was just memorization. Totally had her go and she thought it was a genius. She couldn't have been more wrong. Have told her no dude. I, wanted to be pro my mommy to love me dude, I'm not going to. Your Taylor down allusions now it's too late for, I. Mean unless you listened to the podcast which she does. So oops, sorry, mom, your secret is. Safe with me and hopefully with our fellow ridiculous historians listening along. We teased this earlier, and maybe this is a good way for us to to begin wrapping up the story of Hans because although the Horse has passed from this mortal plane. the clever Hans effect remains a a hallmark of psychological thought and we are learning so much more about intelligence. We actually know relatively little about intelligence in the first place. We as a species still don't have a super solid one, hundred percent definition of intelligence, and we know that animals that we once thought were just. Playing Jank. It's an animal. What are you GonNa? Do they turn out to be incredibly intelligent? Just maybe not in the same way as us, and then you know like we mentioned before like you mentioned Ben that Clever Hans effect lives on today in psychology. It's something that's even been observed in drug sniffing dogs where like cues from the handler can be picked up by dogs and resulting in like them. Them. Signaling You know there's drugs when that's not the case of the false positive and here's another thing too. In terms of research it turns out that there's some new research that has recently come to light that would suggest that folks was right and horses actually can read human expressions. psychologists studied how twenty eight different horses reacted to seeing pictures of positive versus negatively positive big old. Negatives, I'm suing frowns. and. Happy and angry photographs to unfamiliar male faces, and then they looked at their spontaneous reactions to the photos without any training and found that when horses looked angry faces they used more of their left I.

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"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:07 min | 10 months ago

"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Hans, his ear that would mean logically, if Hans could add, he would be the only person who knew the answer, the only horse person who knew the answer? So. In thirty one tests when they did that method. And then they checked back. Out of those thirty one test. Hans was incorrect. Most of the time he was only right three times. But when they did another thirty one test where both the experimenters, the numbers that they were giving to the horse. She was correct twenty nine times out of thirty one. So something's happening. If he's really doing math, it should not matter that the two people suggesting numbers don't know the numbers. The other person suggesting that makes it does make sense bestseller quite understand how. Austin. Pulled it off. That's pretty big. You know subtle kind of trickery there. So folks also found that when a questioner stood farther away than than Hans was used to He had trouble correctly answering the questions as well, which you know you could just a chewy these getting yelled at a lot in his ear holes. I mean, maybe the old boys like lost a little bit of hearing by this point, kind of feel bad for Hans at this point, she guys. He seems like he's really getting put through the ringer more and thinking maybe a younger actor for the horse maybe like Fin Wolfhard from stranger things. Well, maybe maybe we can have him play young. Hans, and then. Progresses within they Lewis steps in and plays old. I actually like Wolford as a young Daniel day-lewis, they have a similar kind of. Extreme like you know, look to them. Yeah. Yeah. We want the the life of the horse entire. Anyway. Yeah. You're right and all a quick foods quickly finds that every test he conducts that has a level of scientific rigor. Ultimately. Indicates that harms is not doing this math on his own and when they conduct tests that are controlling for. possible intervening variables, Hans fails miserably. His his memory is found to be average as far as what we know about horses at that time in now. So it's it seems cognitively impossible that Hans can be as clever as we are being told he is and what they find at least what foods finds and his investigation here is that Hans seems entirely dependent on external stimuli from. Is asking the question. so He's maybe not great at doing math, but he's top notch at reading people just like you know like a A cold read psychic. Exactly. But I still don't quite understand the how you would use external stimuli to like get him to seemingly. independently solved like complex math problems, but I think we've got a little bit more information that might help clear some of that up. So folks noticed that the questioners everything from from breathing posture to facial tics and expressions and eyebrow tension things like that. They changed each time. The Hook was tapped. So the way I'm reading this is that he the horse was observing the changes of all of those external stimuli and when we say external stimuli, we're not talking about somebody feeding him the right answer. We're literally talking about the horse observing the questioner. With every klopp of the hoof and interpreting when. He had reached the correct number of KLOPP's right and because there's such a build up especially like let's say the answer was like twenty or something. I. Mean. You could very quickly realize when the and we talked about that tension building earlier, right? Even for an audience that who, who is this going to be? The one is this GonNa be the one and then to say, okay, he's there. Then there's a relaxing i. don't know exactly what this horse was. Was Looking at, but I think I'm reading that correctly. Would would you agree? Ben Yeah. Yeah. Nineteen. You see the tension billion for the Horse and then you get to twenty and then people probably signal their delight too early. They're like, wow, we got to twenty. Wow. You know what I mean, but the horse would have kept doing that to thirty two or forty three. It's just it's tapping until it sees people happy. Basically is the argument and so. Food learns to read these body choose the same way that he imagined Hawn's is. And so foon puts himself in the horses position, which is great for the film and he he carries out test and he says, okay, I'll play the part of the Horse, Casey tear point he's working on his horse sense right The thing that he finds is that he can do these tests to and he doesn't necessarily have to know math. He just has to kind of tap until he sees people reacting and then boom it. What's. The reason this is working so well is because people are unaware that they're expressing these cues. This is a big problem in animal training and cognition experiments even today. Vaughn, Posten I think we've established. He's not some Flimflam Guy. He's not a con artist. He probably doesn't know the signals that he's giving haunts. Can I interject one little bit of Hollywood is -Ation for movie adaptation. Here? You'll forum I would put forth that folks get. So obsessed with this and it's starting to go a little mad. He dresses up in a horse costume while doing these tests. So he can really put himself in the mindset of clever. Hans, that's what I'm thinking I'm picturing like a a confrontational in front of the Bathroom Mirror scene where he's like putting rioting champ and is now. He's got some homemade ear. Yes. Yeah. If you were on the same page. Now, what's fascinating about this, which is pretty cool as we're rebuilding to our epilogue here is that foods successfully proved that haunts was not in fact doing math. How wherever? He accidentally proved that Hawn's was incredibly intelligent in one aspect, one ability in one skillset which was reading people. He was better at reading people. Then food was than von Houston was then most of the Germans in the crowd, you'd think they would've then immediately recruited him to be in like interrogation rooms. You know when they're trying to figure out if like a PERP is lying. They just consult the horse string horse bringing the horse. This episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by blinds dot com, like a lot of people these days we spend a good amount of time indoors. That's when really hits you just how important a good set of blinds can be. It's true and especially now that I've moved out into a new place without a roommate Iq, walk around the house, naked. 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"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

03:13 min | 10 months ago

"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Then foon St- would whisper another number in Hans his ear and for of any center files here in the film adaptation I li- I really want us to have lawn. Whispering in one ear and then coming in the other ear. For the poster? Brilliant. What? Hans Center frame, and then maybe we could do like a beautiful mind kind of special effect here. You're you're welcome. Hollywood. With the movie be called Clever Hans or just go for the Gut Punch with just Hans. I don't know. Yeah. I. You know. I. Think There's like a beautiful huff. Beautiful Mind kind of rip off. Maybe it's the way. What do you got? You got one case. He's Casey. Made a cake. Made a face I really just like Hans and like all like a very seriously considered font and like this like a December opening. Yes. Yeah. I really liked that. Horse sense is an expression that you hear sometimes, but I feel like that takes it in a completely different direction. So yeah. Horse sentences. Maybe a little more of a fun movie, and I think we're talking about serious cinema here. Right? Oh. Absolutely. Got Got a Gary Oldman. Hosted knows the horse? No, No de Daniel. Day? Lewis, as the Horse, the Horse history performance. And and Gary Oldman as von Osten. For sure who would be our boy funk's who's kind of Vince? Maybe that would be. WHO's The guy? From Inglorious Bastards Christoph Waltz focused Gary. Oldman is Austin and Daniel day-lewis as Hans. I like it. I like it. Let's. Let's get you. Now. Picture those amazing actors in your head when we talk about this task. This episode of ridiculous is brought to you by audible. Let's be honest. A lot of us are at home right now, and we're looking for new things to learn new things to hear new things to experience, and that's where audible comes it. It's true, and while you can still, of course, get the bread and butter of audible in incredibly high quality produced audio books. Audible is much more than that. With audible sleep. Audible knows that a good night's sleep is essential for keeping our minds and bodies strong. But it's not always that easy especially with the way things are going. Going now in the world, that's where audible sleep comes in co created with thrive global. These short soothing audio experiences lets you meditate with diddy drift off with Nick. Jonas bathing sound with Sarah Oster more and audible now has expanded audible originals monthly for existing audible members. Yeah. Let's face it. We can all get fatigued from staring at screens. All the time and listening to something is a great way to occupy your mind while still giving your is that much needed break, you can listen along with your family on. On Alexa device. It's a great way to spend time together. One that I'm particularly over the moon about is the Sandman audible original, which is available for preorder. Now, it's ten hours and fifty four minutes. So guys I that that's what I'm GonNa be doing as soon as it comes out. Yes, and Puritan it myself for just one audible credit and you can get your own.

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"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

06:54 min | 10 months ago

"hans" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Who were welcome back to the show ridiculous historians as always. Thank you so much for tuning in. This is part two of our two part series on the strange, beautiful, touching, cinematic and hoax ridden story of clever, Hans available on video on demand. In December of Twenty, twenty starring Daniel Day, Lewis, as older Hans, Fin Wolford as younger. Hans. Gary Oldman as. The. Professor, Houston. Yes. Yes. Indeed and who else? Who Do? We say Christoph Volts as his nemesis. Folks, let's get to it. Of course. There's going to be skeptics saying come on guys. It's a horse. Where's the gimmick whereas the twist? We gotta find this because again, like to your point, you know some people like this is kind of like a slight bit of entertainment, but if you really get down to the nitty gritty of what this might mean for us as a species. That's when things start to get a little heavy. So there was a commission assembled the Hans Commission because psychologists, zoologists, and other experts in different fields that had. Something to gain or lose from this, being the real deal were assembled studies in animal cognition. In there, you know the way they process information. We're not really a thing. So this was very much looked at as an opportunity to kind of figure out how far this actually went and was it real? Yeah. In this is where we introduce c Lloyd Morgan one of the more skeptical people in the crowd c Lloyd. Morgan. Is a British psychologist is responsible for something known as Morgan's Canon. This is a fundamental precept of psychology comparative animals. Psychology. C Lloyd Morgan says in new cases and animal activity to be interpreted in terms of higher psychological processes. because. He thinks higher mental abilities can only be remotely considered as explanations if faculties that are lower in the scale of evolution and development cannot explain it. So he saying before you say that this horse can think and can read you need to prove that the is not doing. All of the other things that we know a horse can do like be trained for example. And that's why the German board of Education. Starts as you said, no, the Hans Commission. The Hans Commission. Is Like I want to see a movie where they're superheroes only heist. Oh, it's a real rogues gallery. Did give it to us. Yeah. We've got a veterinarian got a circus manager, a calvary officer. A Gaggle of schoolteachers and the director of the Zoological Gardens, kind of like the the boss of the Berlin exactly and so they have a hearings, right They hear witnesses, they observe the the the horses can. Routines and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, zero, four, the conclusion of the Hans Commission says that there were no tricks or secret signals involved in Honda's performance and that they. Believe, that, his abilities. Display of cognition and intelligence of human level were in fact legit. Yeah Day. Double? D that's not you know that's not the answer that most people would expect. Right? We. We would not imagine that all these experts get together and conclude yet. No horses. Horses are basically teenagers without thumbs. That is what a horse is now. There are all kinds of questions we have to answer. Should we still eat them? Is it slavery If we use a horse on a farm, things like that. And this is where we meet one person who's not happy with the commission. This guy is functioning kind of like a conspiracy theorist in the Post Hans Commission World He's ecologist Noel probably need your help with this name of deferred your German aptitudes here. Oscar funk's folks. Yeah. The P. IS SOLID PF. Oscar punks, I did kind of make a piece out there because it's fun. But yeah, he's a psychologist who worked in a lab, one of the labs headed by one of the commission members. So he got whether this was who he this horse Punky. Literally, he decided to get to the bottom of this further because he wasn't having it, which is interesting because you're right. Ben. Like at this point, the matter is closed he. He's basically you know boxing windmills right at this point and he looks like a crazy person because they have all these the the brightest, the best and brightest horse experts in the world have decided. The Hans is in fact, a very clever boy indeed And also you got to wonder too like how it came off as like. Do you really can't? We just have nice things. You Know Oscar Kinsley well enough alone, but he couldn't leave well enough alone. Hey indeed. but he pronounced great. But he he designed some pretty clever experience himself. Because he was also a clever boy and he wanted to make sure that von Osten wasn't like feeding Hans answers giving him secret hand signals, which you know the commission had already addressed that no hand signals were a part of it, but he wanted to be doubly sure so. So he removed von Osten from the situation and made sure that he wasn't the one asking the questions. So he got that all out of the way. This is when it gets really interesting and really smart and like I. Don't even know how he thought of this or have on Austin thought of this in the first place, but he decided that maybe it was possible. The horse was getting something in in in line with like. NON VERBAL CONTEXT CLUES OR LIKE Tone change or body language posture, even the way inflection of words. So in order to do that, he made sure that the person asking the question did not know the answer to the question or at least the way that it was worded, etc. Maybe you can unpack that a little bit better, but I'm not quite seeing how that would help. Here's what he did He explains the procedure of the test. We have this as a direct quote from focused. He says von Houston would whisper a number in the horse's ear, just like twenty right and nobody else would have heard that.

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"hans" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"hans" Discussed on Murder Minute

"The walls and the floor of the apartment were splattered with blood stains and it appeared as though an effort had been made to clean up the apartment but abandoned casazza quickly lead in the other detectives. What they found was a mountain of evidence? Materials that matched those used to wrap the torso up the body found in the river. A portion of the New York morning paper dated August thirty first a few lengths of millionnaires wire and some heavy cord matching those used to tie up the two packages there was a revolver and a few cartridges to trunks and a receipt twelve dollars and sixty three cents for a white enamel bed a mattress Chris and two pillows purchased from George Sachs at twenty seven sixty two eighth apple inside. One of the two trunks were letters addressed to an ANA amour women's clothing a man's coat embroidered with the name. Eight eight Van Dyke and a few handkerchiefs embroidered with the same letter A.. Found on the pillow case in the second drunk detectives discovered a butcher knife. The large Hansel both scrubbed clean to photographs found found in the apartment showed a young woman. Detectives presented the photographs to the neighbors. Who confirmed that? This was the young woman that they had seen going coming in and out of the mysterious apartment. This was vital as detectives had not yet found the victim's head but perhaps most important to the police was a letter addressed to Anna. That revealed a cousin living nearby Deuce if uglier about men employed at Central Park Lou told inspector for row that he didn't give a damn about about ANA ANA had come to United States two years ago from Austria. I got her job at Saint Boniface Church. It is and that's the last I heard from her at around eight thirty PM inspector for row and his men climbed into their cars hearts taking either with them and headed to Saint Boniface. The Reverend Father John S. Brown Pastor of Saint Boniface Church upon being shown photographs of honor said that he recognized the girl as a housekeeper who had month's worked for him Schmidt came to Saint Boniface as he said around December of nineteen ten from Trenton. A priest had recommended Schmidt to him when Father Brown was in need procure it on the ler was a servant in the house at the time. My sister who is my housekeeper took a little trip with me to Europe in nineteen eleven for the Brown told reporters and while we were away way had trouble with the servant. Who temporarily was taking my sister's place on a quit? After we came back from Europe she came to ask for her place place again and she was reengaged if any intimacy between Anna and Schmidt began while they were both here. It must have been while I was in Europe. Certainly I never saw anything wrong Schmidt I might call an average priests. Although he performed his duties here acceptably there was always we something about him. That seemed mysterious to me. Usually his face bore an expression of piety but at times he suddenly would glare lion. I was so interested in these changes of expression that I tried to puzzle out what caused them. But couldn't he was the nearest Chris to Stevenson's JEKYLL and Hyde support expressionist concerned that I ever saw although we got on fairly well enough together. I can't say that we ever quite harmonized. Nice Father Braun told detectives that in May of Nineteen Twelve Schmidt told him that he decided to go back back to Germany. Schmidt was packing when word came to Father Brown that an assistant priest was needed temporarily at Saint Joseph's church coach on West one hundred twenty fifth street. Before returning to Germany Schmidt agreed to go to Saint Joseph's and fill in but but then he liked the place so much father Brown said that he stayed inspector for row and the detectives rushed to Saint. Joseph's the parish house. They arrived just before midnight and rang the bell. The senior pastor opened the door inspector for row asked if there was a man called Schmidt in the house there was he said. A priest named Hans Schmidt the pastor went to fetch him and sleepy eyed and dressed in clerical. Eric Garb Hans Schmidt came down to the reception room of the Parish House and approached the detectives inspector for row very deliberately introduced himself as head of the Detective Bureau and then introduced each of the men with him as homicide detectives. Then the inspector showed a picture of honor to Schmidt and asked whether or not Schmidt knew her Schmidt said that he did not but the look on his face said that he did the inspector questioned Schmidt for several minutes about the Austrian servant girl that he might remember from Saint Boniface. The one who became became pregnant the one living in the apartment rented under his name. When suddenly Hans Schmidt confessed? Yes I killed her Schmidt told inspector for row when asked why he had killed killed. Anna when asked why he had killed on Schmidt answered because I loved her. This has has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram.

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"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

"Utterly dry. Hans had not. Thought of looking to that while he was trying his luck in milking and managing the matter. Very clumsily. The easy beast began to think him very troublesome. And at last gave him such a kick on the head as knocked him down and there he lay along while senseless. Luckily, a butcher soon came by driving a pig in a wheelbarrow. What is the matter with you? My man said the butcher, as he helped him up, Hans told him what had happened, how he was dry and wanted to milk his cow, but found the cow was dry to then the butcher gave him a flask of a saying that drink on refresh yourself. Your cow will give no milk. Don't you see? She is an old based and good for nothing, but the slaughterhouse Lasse lass said Hans who would have. Thought it what a shaved take my horse and give me only a dry cow if I kill her, what will she be good for? I hate cow beef. It is not tender enough for me if it were a pig now like that, fat gentleman you are driving along at his ease one could do something with it. It would at any rate make sausages. Wow. Said the butcher, I don't like to say no. And one is asked to do a kind neighbor, anything to please you. I will change than give you my fine fat pig for the cow have been reward you for your kindness. And self-denial said Hans as he gave the butcher, the cow and taking the pig off, the wheelbarrow drove it away, holding it by the string that was tied to its leg. So on. He jogged and all seemed now to go right with him. They had met with some misfortunes to be sure, but he was now well repaid for all. How could it be otherwise with such a travelling companion as he had last got the next man he met was a countryman carrying a fine white goose. The countryman stopped to ask what was o'clock. This led to further chat, and Hans told him all his luck how he had had so many good bargains and how all the world went gay and smiling with him. The countryman then began to tell his tale and said he was going to take the goose to a christening. Feel said he how heavy it is. And yet it is only eight weeks old. Whoever roasts at eight sit will find plenty of fat upon it. It has lived so well, you are right said. Hans as he waited in his hand. But if you talk of fat, my pay is no trifle. Meantime, the countryman began to look grave and shook his head hawk Ye said he, my brother friend. You see a good sort of fellow, so I can't help doing you kind. Turn your pig may get you into a scrape hid. The village I just came from the squire has had a pig stolen out of his sti-. I was dreadfully afraid. When I saw you that you had got the Squires pig if you have and they catch you, it will be a bad job for you. The least they will do. We'll be the throw you into the horse pond. Can you swim poor? Hans was sadly frightened, good men cried. He pray. Got me out of this scrape. I know nothing of where the pig was either bread or born, but he may have been the Squires for ought. I can tell, you know this country better than I do take my pig and give me the goose. I ought to have something into the bargain, said the countryman give a fat ghost for a pig. Indeed. TIs not. Everyone would do so much. For you is that However, I will not be hard upon you as you are in trouble. Then he took the string in his hand and drove off the pig biocide path. While Hans went all the way homewards free from care after all thought. He that trap is pretty well taken in. I don't care who is pig, it is, but wherever it came from, it has been a very good friend to me. I have much the best of the bargain I there will be a capital roast. Then the fat will find me in goose grease for six months. And then there are all the beautiful white feathers. I will put them into my pillow and then I am sure I was sleep soundly without rocking how happy my mother will be talk of a pig. Indeed. Give me a

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"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

"Utterly dry. Hans had not. Thought of looking to that while he was trying his luck in milking and managing the matter. Very clumsily. The easy beast began to think him very troublesome. And at last gave him such a kick on the head as knocked him down and there he lay along while senseless. Luckily, a butcher soon came by driving a pig in a wheelbarrow. What is the matter with you? My man said the butcher, as he helped him up, Hans told him what had happened, how he was dry and wanted to milk his cow, but found the cow was dry to then the butcher gave him a flask of a saying that drink on refresh yourself. Your cow will give no milk. Don't you see? She is an old based and good for nothing, but the slaughterhouse Lasse lass said Hans who would have. Thought it what a shaved take my horse and give me only a dry cow if I kill her, what will she be good for? I hate cow beef. It is not tender enough for me if it were a pig now like that, fat gentleman you are driving along at his ease one could do something with it. It would at any rate make sausages. Wow. Said the butcher, I don't like to say no. And one is asked to do a kind neighbor, anything to please you. I will change than give you my fine fat pig for the cow have been reward you for your kindness. And self-denial said Hans as he gave the butcher, the cow and taking the pig off, the wheelbarrow drove it away, holding it by the string that was tied to its leg. So on. He jogged and all seemed now to go right with him. They had met with some misfortunes to be sure, but he was now well repaid for all. How could it be otherwise with such a travelling companion as he had last got the next man he met was a countryman carrying a fine white goose. The countryman stopped to ask what was o'clock. This led to further chat, and Hans told him all his luck how he had had so many good bargains and how all the world went gay and smiling with him. The countryman then began to tell his tale and said he was going to take the goose to a christening. Feel said he how heavy it is. And yet it is only eight weeks old. Whoever roasts at eight sit will find plenty of fat upon it. It has lived so well, you are right said. Hans as he waited in his hand. But if you talk of fat, my pay is no trifle. Meantime, the countryman began to look grave and shook his head hawk Ye said he, my brother friend. You see a good sort of fellow, so I can't help doing you kind. Turn your pig may get you into a scrape hid. The village I just came from the squire has had a pig stolen out of his sti-. I was dreadfully afraid. When I saw you that you had got the Squires pig if you have and they catch you, it will be a bad job for you. The least they will do. We'll be the throw you into the horse pond. Can you swim poor? Hans was sadly frightened, good men cried. He pray. Got me out of this scrape. I know nothing of where the pig was either bread or born, but he may have been the Squires for ought. I can tell, you know this country better than I do take my pig and give me the goose. I ought to have something into the bargain, said the countryman give a fat ghost for a pig. Indeed. TIs not. Everyone would do so much. For you is that However, I will not be hard upon you as you are in trouble. Then he took the string in his hand and drove off the pig biocide path. While Hans went all the way homewards free from care after all thought. He that trap is pretty well taken in. I don't care who is pig, it is, but wherever it came from, it has been a very good friend to me. I have much the best of the bargain I there will be a capital roast. Then the fat will find me in goose grease for six months. And then there are all the beautiful white feathers. I will put them into my pillow and then I am sure I was sleep soundly without rocking how happy my mother will be talk of a pig. Indeed. Give me a

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"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

"This led to further chat, and Hans told him all his luck how he had had so many good bargains and how all the world went gay and smiling with him. The countryman then began to tell his tale and said he was going to take the goose to a christening. Feel said he how heavy it is. And yet it is only eight weeks old. Whoever roasts at eight sit will find plenty of fat upon it. It has lived so well, you are right said. Hans as he waited in his hand. But if you talk of fat, my pay is no trifle. Meantime, the countryman began to look grave and shook his head hawk Ye said he, my brother friend. You see a good sort of fellow, so I can't help doing you kind. Turn your pig may get you into a scrape hid. The village I just came from the squire has had a pig stolen out of his sti-. I was dreadfully afraid. When I saw you that you had got the Squires pig if you have and they catch you, it will be a bad job for you. The least they will do. We'll be the throw you into the horse pond. Can you swim poor? Hans was sadly frightened, good men cried. He pray. Got me out of this scrape. I know nothing of where the pig was either bread or born, but he may have been the Squires for ought. I can tell, you know this country better than I do take my pig and give me the goose. I ought to have something into the bargain, said the countryman give a fat ghost for a pig. Indeed. TIs not. Everyone would do so much. For you is that However, I will not be hard upon you as you are in trouble. Then he took the string in his hand and drove off the pig biocide path. While Hans went all the way homewards free from care after all thought. He that trap is pretty well taken in. I don't care who is pig, it is, but wherever it came from, it has been a very good friend to me. I have much the best of the bargain I there will be a capital roast. Then the fat will find me in goose grease for six months. And then there are all the beautiful white feathers. I will put them into my pillow and then I am sure I was sleep soundly without rocking how happy my mother will be talk of a pig. Indeed. Give me a fine fat goose. I see. I came to the next village. He saw a scissor grinder with his wheel, working and singing. Oh, here and order a, oh, so happy. I roam where collide and live. Well, all the world is my home than who so blah. So marry as I. Harz stood looking on for a while and had last said he must be well off master grinder. You seem so happy at your work? Yes. Said the other mine is a gold and trade, a good grinder. Never puts his hand into his pocket without finding money in it, but where did you get that beautiful goose. I did not buy it. I gave a pig for it. Where did you get the big? I gave a cow for it and the cow I gave a horse for it and the horse. Why gave a lump of silver as big as my head for it and the silver, though I worked hard for that seven long years. You have thrim unwell..

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"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

"Utterly dry. Hans had not. Thought of looking to that while he was trying his luck in milking and managing the matter. Very clumsily. The easy beast began to think him very troublesome. And at last gave him such a kick on the head as knocked him down and there he lay along while senseless. Luckily, a butcher soon came by driving a pig in a wheelbarrow. What is the matter with you? My man said the butcher, as he helped him up, Hans told him what had happened, how he was dry and wanted to milk his cow, but found the cow was dry to then the butcher gave him a flask of a saying that drink on refresh yourself. Your cow will give no milk. Don't you see? She is an old based and good for nothing, but the slaughterhouse Lasse lass said Hans who would have. Thought it what a shaved take my horse and give me only a dry cow if I kill her, what will she be good for? I hate cow beef. It is not tender enough for me if it were a pig now like that, fat gentleman you are driving along at his ease one could do something with it. It would at any rate make sausages. Wow. Said the butcher, I don't like to say no. And one is asked to do a kind neighbor, anything to please you. I will change than give you my fine fat pig for the cow have been reward you for your kindness. And self-denial said Hans as he gave the butcher, the cow and taking the pig off, the wheelbarrow drove it away, holding it by the string that was tied to its leg. So on. He jogged and all seemed now to go right with him. They had met with some misfortunes to be sure, but he was now well repaid for all. How could it be otherwise with such a travelling companion as he had last got the next man he met was a countryman carrying a fine white goose. The countryman stopped to ask what was o'clock. This led to further chat, and Hans told him all his luck how he had had so many good bargains and how all the world went gay and smiling with him. The countryman then began to tell his tale and said he was going to take the goose to a christening. Feel said he how heavy it is. And yet it is only eight weeks old. Whoever roasts at eight sit will find plenty of fat upon it. It has lived so well, you are right said. Hans as he waited in his hand. But if you talk of fat, my pay is no trifle. Meantime, the countryman began to look grave and shook his head hawk Ye said he, my brother friend. You see a good sort of fellow, so I can't help doing you kind. Turn your pig may get you into a scrape hid. The village I just came from the squire has had a pig stolen out of his sti-. I was dreadfully afraid. When I saw you that you had got the Squires pig if you have and they catch you, it will be a bad job for you. The least they will do. We'll be the throw you into the horse pond. Can you swim poor? Hans was sadly frightened, good men cried. He pray. Got me out of this scrape. I know nothing of where the pig was either bread or born, but he may have been the Squires for ought. I can tell, you know this country better than I do take my pig and give me the goose. I ought to have something into the bargain, said the countryman give a fat ghost for a pig. Indeed. TIs not. Everyone would do so much. For you is that However, I will not be hard upon you as you are in trouble. Then he took the string in his hand and drove off the pig biocide path. While Hans went all the way homewards free from care after all thought. He that trap is pretty well taken in. I don't care who is pig, it is, but wherever it came from, it has been a very good friend to me. I have much the best of the bargain I there will be a capital roast. Then the fat will find me in goose grease for six months. And then there are all the beautiful white feathers. I will put them into my pillow and then I am sure I was sleep soundly without rocking how happy my mother will be talk of a pig. Indeed. Give me a

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"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

"Utterly dry. Hans had not. Thought of looking to that while he was trying his luck in milking and managing the matter. Very clumsily. The easy beast began to think him very troublesome. And at last gave him such a kick on the head as knocked him down and there he lay along while senseless. Luckily, a butcher soon came by driving a pig in a wheelbarrow. What is the matter with you? My man said the butcher, as he helped him up, Hans told him what had happened, how he was dry and wanted to milk his cow, but found the cow was dry to then the butcher gave him a flask of a saying that drink on refresh yourself. Your cow will give no milk. Don't you see? She is an old based and good for nothing, but the slaughterhouse Lasse lass said Hans who would have. Thought it what a shaved take my horse and give me only a dry cow if I kill her, what will she be good for? I hate cow beef. It is not tender enough for me if it were a pig now like that, fat gentleman you are driving along at his ease one could do something with it. It would at any rate make sausages. Wow. Said the butcher, I don't like to say no. And one is asked to do a kind neighbor, anything to please you. I will change than give you my fine fat pig for the cow have been reward you for your kindness. And self-denial said Hans as he gave the butcher, the cow and taking the pig off, the wheelbarrow drove it away, holding it by the string that was tied to its leg. So on. He jogged and all seemed now to go right with him. They had met with some misfortunes to be sure, but he was now well repaid for all. How could it be otherwise with such a travelling companion as he had last got the next man he met was a countryman carrying a fine white goose. The countryman stopped to ask what was o'clock. This led to further chat, and Hans told him all his luck how he had had so many good bargains and how all the world went gay and smiling with him. The countryman then began to tell his tale and said he was going to take the goose to a christening. Feel said he how heavy it is. And yet it is only eight weeks old. Whoever roasts at eight sit will find plenty of fat upon it. It has lived so well, you are right said. Hans as he waited in his hand. But if you talk of fat, my pay is no trifle. Meantime, the countryman began to look grave and shook his head hawk Ye said he, my brother friend. You see a good sort of fellow, so I can't help doing you kind. Turn your pig may get you into a scrape hid. The village I just came from the squire has had a pig stolen out of his sti-. I was dreadfully afraid. When I saw you that you had got the Squires pig if you have and they catch you, it will be a bad job for you. The least they will do. We'll be the throw you into the horse pond. Can you swim poor? Hans was sadly frightened, good men cried. He pray. Got me out of this scrape. I know nothing of where the pig was either bread or born, but he may have been the Squires for ought. I can tell, you know this country better than I do take my pig and give me the goose. I ought to have something into the bargain, said the countryman give a fat ghost for a pig. Indeed. TIs not. Everyone would do so much. For you is that However, I will not be hard upon you as you are in trouble. Then he took the string in his hand and drove off the pig biocide path. While Hans went all the way homewards free from care after all thought. He that trap is pretty well taken in. I don't care who is pig, it is, but wherever it came from, it has been a very good friend to me. I have much the best of the bargain I there will be a capital roast. Then the fat will find me in goose grease for six months. And then there are all the beautiful white feathers. I will put them into my pillow and then I am sure I was sleep soundly without rocking how happy my mother will be talk of a pig. Indeed. Give me a

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"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

"Utterly dry. Hans had not. Thought of looking to that while he was trying his luck in milking and managing the matter. Very clumsily. The easy beast began to think him very troublesome. And at last gave him such a kick on the head as knocked him down and there he lay along while senseless. Luckily, a butcher soon came by driving a pig in a wheelbarrow. What is the matter with you? My man said the butcher, as he helped him up, Hans told him what had happened, how he was dry and wanted to milk his cow, but found the cow was dry to then the butcher gave him a flask of a saying that drink on refresh yourself. Your cow will give no milk. Don't you see? She is an old based and good for nothing, but the slaughterhouse Lasse lass said Hans who would have. Thought it what a shaved take my horse and give me only a dry cow if I kill her, what will she be good for? I hate cow beef. It is not tender enough for me if it were a pig now like that, fat gentleman you are driving along at his ease one could do something with it. It would at any rate make sausages. Wow. Said the butcher, I don't like to say no. And one is asked to do a kind neighbor, anything to please you. I will change than give you my fine fat pig for the cow have been reward you for your kindness. And self-denial said Hans as he gave the butcher, the cow and taking the pig off, the wheelbarrow drove it away, holding it by the string that was tied to its leg. So on. He jogged and all seemed now to go right with him. They had met with some misfortunes to be sure, but he was now well repaid for all. How could it be otherwise with such a travelling companion as he had last got the next man he met was a countryman carrying a fine white goose. The countryman stopped to ask what was o'clock. This led to further chat, and Hans told him all his luck how he had had so many good bargains and how all the world went gay and smiling with him. The countryman then began to tell his tale and said he was going to take the goose to a christening. Feel said he how heavy it is. And yet it is only eight weeks old. Whoever roasts at eight sit will find plenty of fat upon it. It has lived so well, you are right said. Hans as he waited in his hand. But if you talk of fat, my pay is no trifle. Meantime, the countryman began to look grave and shook his head hawk Ye said he, my brother friend. You see a good sort of fellow, so I can't help doing you kind. Turn your pig may get you into a scrape hid. The village I just came from the squire has had a pig stolen out of his sti-. I was dreadfully afraid. When I saw you that you had got the Squires pig if you have and they catch you, it will be a bad job for you. The least they will do. We'll be the throw you into the horse pond. Can you swim poor? Hans was sadly frightened, good men cried. He pray. Got me out of this scrape. I know nothing of where the pig was either bread or born, but he may have been the Squires for ought. I can tell, you know this country better than I do take my pig and give me the goose. I ought to have something into the bargain, said the countryman give a fat ghost for a pig. Indeed. TIs not. Everyone would do so much. For you is that However, I will not be hard upon you as you are in trouble. Then he took the string in his hand and drove off the pig biocide path. While Hans went all the way homewards free from care after all thought. He that trap is pretty well taken in. I don't care who is pig, it is, but wherever it came from, it has been a very good friend to me. I have much the best of the bargain I there will be a capital roast. Then the fat will find me in goose grease for six months. And then there are all the beautiful white feathers. I will put them into my pillow and then I am sure I was sleep soundly without rocking how happy my mother will be talk of a pig. Indeed. Give me a

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"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"hans" Discussed on Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm

"Can you swim poor? Hans was sadly frightened, good men cried. He pray. Got me out of this scrape. I know nothing of where the pig was either bread or born, but he may have been the Squires for ought. I can tell, you know this country better than I do take my pig and give me the goose, but I ought to have something into the bargain said the countryman give a fat ghosts for a page in deed, tears. Is not. Everyone would do so much for Hugh is that however, by will not be hard upon you as you are in trouble. Then he took the streaming in his hand and drove off the pig biocide path. While Hans went all the way homewards free from care back after all thought. He that trap is pretty well taken in Hyde ocare who is piggy it is, but wherever it came from, it has been a very good friend to me. I have much the best of the bargain I, there will be a capital roast. Then the fat will find me in goose grease for six months. And then that all all the beautiful white feathers, I will put them into my pillow and then I am sure I was sleeps sound nee without rocking how happy my mother will be talk of a pig. Indeed. Give me a fine fat goose. Use c- came to the next village. He saw a scissor grinder with his. We ll still working in singing Pau here will and ordered a Ozhohine happy. I roam where collide and live. Well, all the world is my home then who's so black is so marriage as I. Harz stood looking on for a while and had last said, Hugh must be well off master grinder. Here you seem so happy at your work. Yes. Said the other mine is a golden trade, a good grinder. Never put cheese hand into his pocket without finding money in it, but where did you get that? Beautiful. Goose guy did not buy it. I gave a pig for it. I'm where did you get the page? I gave a cow for it and the cow I gave a horse for it and the horse. Why gave a lump of silver as big as my head to foreign it and the silver? Oh, I worked hard for that seven long years. You have thrim in well in the world here there are two said the grinder, Matt. How if you could find money and your pocket would whenever you're put your hand in it, your Ford chin would be made Farry true, but how is that to be managed? How why you must turn grinder. Like myself said they are other d- whoa, own. They want a grindstone. The rest will come of it. Self here is one that is, but little. The worst for wear high could not ask boy than the value of your goose floor. It. Will you buy. How can you ask said Hans high should be the happiest man in the world. If I could have money whenever I put my hand in my pocket, but what could I want more? There's the goose now said the grinder as he gave him a common rough stone that lay by his side. This is a most capital stowed on do, but work it well enough, and you can make an old Naoko cut with it. Hans took the stove and went his way with a light, taught his eyes Spock owned for joy, an a sad, do himself. Sure. Now I must have been born in a lucky our everything I could want. Oh, wish for comes of it. Self people are so kind. They save really death. Thank God. I do them favor and then letty them make me rich and giving me good bargains. Meantime, he began to be tied Ben hungry too for he had given away his last penny and his joy at getting the cow at last, hey, could go no father for the stone tyrod him, sadly, and he dragged himself to the side of a river that he might take a drink of water man rest a wile. So he laid the stone Cafarelli by his side on the Bank bots, as he stooped down to drink, he forgot it, pushed it a little then down at road plump into the street. Dream for a while. He watched it sinking in the deep Clearwater then sprang up and danced for joy. Then again, the fella up on his knees and fanked heaven with tears in his eyes for its kindness in taking away does only plague the,

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"hans" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"hans" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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