27 Burst results for "Heddon"

From wild idea to COVID vaccine  meet the mRNA pioneer who could win a Nobel

Science Friction

05:20 min | 3 months ago

From wild idea to COVID vaccine meet the mRNA pioneer who could win a Nobel

"Renew and november. When the first cases started the pop up and wuhan china their description of the virus there description of how easily it was transmitted between families once. We heard that we knew that. This virus had the potential to be a bad actor at that moment in time we said. How are we going to get the sequence for this virus and we started calling our friends and china. We called our friends at the cdc trying to get the sequence of this virus the minute that was published. We started to make our vaccines back on. I think it was january twelfth. We started making the first aren a vaccine that day. It has all happened. Unfathomably fast has an at twelve months later and the pfizer and maduna vaccines have made their way through large clinical trials with good results into syringes and now already into millions of arms. But this quite a back story here. We thought that it would be useful in a pandemic. We thought it would be influenza pandemic but you back in two thousand and five. When we made the initial observation we knew that aren a had a great potential therapeutics. Who with his collaborator catala career. How is a good bit to win a nobel prize for the science driving. Mri vaccines. he's one of my guests on science fiction today. What's been lost in the fast pace race to develop covid nineteen vaccine. This past year is a hidden story of dogged. Pursuit of a nollie scientific idea over decades often in the face of skeptics and nice ideas we went through pharmaceuticals venture capitalists. All other people. it said. Hey we have a great new invention here. And they weren't interested. They said now aren as too hard to work with. We don't think it'll ever work and they just weren't interested now with a pandemic bang with suddenly counting on mri vaccines lock eyes and medina's to help save us. But before this pandemic this brand new technology of marigny vaccines had never been approved for use in humans before. It's incredible isn't it. The heddon even made it to the stage of large scale clinical trials in humans. I don't think anybody could have predicted. Just how effective these vaccines were. And i still get chills. When i remember the moment when that announcement was made a few months ago biologist onto fox is future fellow and associate professor at the university of western australia. It has proved the nice as wrong. I mean given that fifty percent effective is the baa that the world health organization would've liked to say as the minimum to be getting ninety. Five percent is just astounding really hardly any vaccines have that level of efficacy. Cullen pat and professor of pharmaceutical biology at monash pharmaceutical sciences. He's team is working on two different. Mri vaccines for covid. Nineteen in collaboration with the doughy institute in melbourne change from the point of view the future of emo toy syrupy and we haven't had a vaccine working against corona virus. Before i could understand the science. And i could see how theoretically it might work. But i just couldn't see how we could actually make enough to be the billions of doses needed for the world. And that's still looking doc- rod it's entirely contingent on just to pharmaceutical companies meeting. The world's entire supply demands including ours here in australia. Will you receive the pfizer vaccine together just before christmas. We did the vaccine driven by your discovery. Can you describe what that moment was like figuring. My family always yells at me. Because i'm not excited enough. And they're right for man who co owns the intellectual property licenses to medina and i dream osman humble kind of guy. We were incredibly excited. When we saw the results of the phase three trial that are vaccine. Worked and of a safe and had ninety. Five percent efficacy. I'm already moved on to the next thing the next back scene. The next gene therapy you. I'm incredibly excited. That this vaccine is working that it's gonna make a dent in this pandemic many think that there's a nobel prize in chemistry waiting in the wings for you and dr katie. Rico what do you make of that. So people tell the too modest. And i really don't do things for prizes or recognition or anything else.

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When the FBI Spied on Martin Luther King Jr.

Kottke Ride Home

03:39 min | 4 months ago

When the FBI Spied on Martin Luther King Jr.

"A new documentary out today called. Mlk fbi which traces the ways in which the fbi was surveilling. Martin luther king junior towards the end of his life as well as other black activists in an attempt to tamp down the civil rights movements directed by legendary filmmaker sam pollard. This documentary is based on a nineteen eighty one book by historian david garrow as well as documents released by the national archives in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen quoting the atlantic. Mlk fbi arrows attempts to stifle the civil rights movement through coordinated efforts to spy on king with the hope of discrediting his righteous public image with king as with many black activists since the beginning of the twentieth century. The fbi surveillance wasn't an isolated obsession. It was part of a long running effort to keep black americans from acquiring institutional power. Pohlad told me the film traces. Exactly how the surveillance of king started how it was conducted and the effects it had on his life end quote using tons of archival footage and interviews with firsthand witnesses. The film illustrates how. Fbi's surveillance of black americans began as part of fbi director. Jaeger hoover's obsession with rooting out. Communism believing black people to be more susceptible to political manipulation as their efforts became more focused specifically on martin luther king junior and his growing influence. The fbi sought to expose his extramarital affairs as a way of discrediting him to the public and his followers but director sample are noted to npr's fresh air quote would hoover didn't bank on was back in the sixties. The press did not take the bait. They didn't reveal the personal lives of these public figures. They didn't do with john kennedy. They didn't do with others and they didn't do it. With dr king and quotes and while this documentary serves as a needed reminder. That martin luther king junior was not universally revered in his time there could be wearing that paints too negative a picture of him by including personal details like the affairs he had producer. Benjamin heddon said a our approach however quote he wouldn't be d- mythology someone he would simply be portraying him with responsibility and sympathy the way he would subject in his documentaries who was not known to the wider public and quotes and hannah georgia's said in the atlantic quote. Mlk fbi offers an important corrective to prevailing myths about king and his principles of nonviolent resistance. Which were not in fact. Widely embraced as my colleague. Van newkirk wrote in two thousand eighteen hostility toward the civil rights. Movement turned into a cherry. Pick celebration of the revolutions victories over segregation in over easily caricatured gap toothed bigots in the south and quotes and continuing georgia's. The reality was that opposition to king into the racial progress. He symbolized was restricted by region or by political affiliation diplomats and republicans alike had turned against king by his later years especially after he voiced objection to the vietnam war. It's impossible to separate the fbi's decades long commitment to tracking black activists from its relative failure to address the credible threats posed by white nationalists including those that surfaced with last week's deadly attack on the capital the fbi surveilling king and using dubious reasoning to do so isn't altogether shocking for much of the country's history sabotaging black rebellion by any means necessary has been integral to preserving white political power. The new and still contested development is finally accepting black people as active participants in american democracy and quotes.

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Think Like a Founder With Vision

The Daily Boost

05:08 min | 6 months ago

Think Like a Founder With Vision

"So i spend time on the phone with lots of clients and probably seventy percent of the folks that i work with our business people now frankly about one hundred percent or business people because if you are a personal person and you're working with me on some kind of personal goals you still probably work for somebody. You may have your own business. You may be you may not be. You may work somebody else. That's fine but in any case we're kind of in that that world there where you're involved in business so i was chatting with one client and this is sadly it's a conversation. I had a very regular basis. I was thinking about. I was working on my book the other day. And it's been interesting to figure out my book. And what i wanted to tell and i want to tell the nonfiction narrative and putting together and i and i really thought back on. I said what. I really want to do here. When i get this completed and some big issue right now for me. I thought about it. I said you know there's always a process certain things that come about. When i talked to people that i always have to take them through every time but kind of did with your passion years ago. But it's much more extreme now and it's much more specified now. I know exactly what's going on there. Certain things we have to take care before we can take care of other things. So that's what's going in the book but talking to my client. This is something happens all the time. goes into the office works all day. There's an expectation about the what happens in the office from the employees. That are there now like a lot of successful business owners seat kinda hits the ground running early in the morning. And then what's what does he do. Well he does. We've been told to leads by example. Get way out in front now. A lot of folks do that. But if i'm there i'm going to set the energy and the tone of the day they're gonna. I'm going to be here for him. Got an open door and open office concept to right at going away. I could've told him that. When i was in school back in elementary school. They tried the open cop concept elementary school. I an open concept high school. Even i knew back then. It wasn't gonna work now. They have walls of reason for four cubicles. Don't work right. Bless you walk in the office and if the founder. If you're the person who really has to move maybe not the you're always found. You started the place right but your job is to move this thing forward but if you're always available help if your door's always open and you always leave. Hey on that guy. I'm always here for you. I in last weekend's whole thing band your days routinely become sixteen hours long. Don't they only get up earlier for so long. You can only stay late for so long. You're human eventually. you're to slow down. Usually you'll slow mentally. I and then you'll physically breakdown sometimes stress potato. I sixteen our routine days maybe occasion getting a weekend off. That's not too bad when you think about it because it really is bad when you get to vacation and he got a check in when your vacation days are eight hour workdays and the rest of vacation. How how do we get there. You got there because he got phones with email on it. People expect you to be around all the time and pandemics and things like that happen. Got answer the phone really sixteen hour days seven days a week. Eight our vacation days. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out. That's unsustainable right. Can you model rockets on second figure that out. i'm not even brain surgeon. And i can figure out. That's not sustainable. In fact a brain surgery will tell you. It's not sustainable. Stretch out you're gonna have to have brain surgery and the never let you in a rocket ship if that's what you did this think about scott logic there. I know some people can't follow the simplified version of. But that's us whether you work with your family your staff your employees. Any group of people doesn't matter maybe at church. Maybe you're a yearly boy. Scouts course counts scouts. I guess the common now at the same thing. Don't they people want the same thing. They want empathy not sympathy folks. Walking around out. There was sympathy for everybody. Don't that hurts. Makes me feel icky does is a lot of Paint out there all. I don't wanna live in that world. There's a time and place for that. Yes there is but empathy absolutely. I wanna know how you feel. Understanding people are looking for a lot of understanding as well at the pander to understand him but leadership people looking for leadership people fall into leadership kind of a cool thing. People strive to be a leader. That's all they want to do is lead. Just go ahead and do it. That's fine other people could care less. I happen to be guide that leads fairly well at the same time. When i find a good leader i get right in line. I do sometimes i. I look up how they get here. What he he was. Good darn i mean. There are certain people probably a handful of people over my lifetime that have been such good leaders. It had empathy had understanding. Really got me. And i would do whatever they asked me until they changed and they always do. So if you're founder if you're responsible for the vision of where you and your folks are heddon then you need to remember that. Did you take a few minutes every single day to cast that business figure out. What's going to be

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Theres No Place to Hide

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

04:27 min | 6 months ago

Theres No Place to Hide

"Good morning yeah. Hope you're doing well. Can you hear me so good. Good thank you right. today I want to talk about practices. Usual and The wish of the alzon teaches masters that the students become well rounded in terms of practice only a realization but in the in the functioning today is an analogy of a head and tail so we could take it as a dragon Seems like a good beast kombi grasp of grasp but it's directly applicable to each one of us as a human being so in this particular cohen. We have to adept spacey question in one another and these are the answers that they come up with. You know quite often again we We may answer in analogy or in Entendre this is the expression of practice. Firstly the preface to the assemble first case sixty six of the book of equanimity case. Sixty six for those of you. Got the book preface to the assembly. Those with supernatural power. A marvelous activity comes step in those who have forgot next donaldson eliminated phil still conflict of foot. Let us say that. Sometimes there are running debt and sometimes they're sitting dead. How can they be made complete the main case attention among askew ho what is the head. Kyu-ho said opening the eyes and not being aware of the dawn. The mon cast. What is the tail. Kyu-ho said not sitting on an eternal seat. The mum cast. What about having the head tail. Kyu-ho said after all it's not precious the mowing said what about having the tail and no head. Hugh ho said though satisfied. You're powerless the mon casts. What about when heddon tail off directly well-matched kyu-ho said a descendant gains power without knowing it. So that's the case a the appreciative us a compass for the circle. A rula for the square with use it functions well with neglect. It hides stupid a bumbling a dwelling in the raids backing and filling sheep caught in offense eating others food sleeping in one's own bed of clouds rise and rain falls do collects interns to frost the well aligned. Jill string passes through the needles. I the embroided threat unceasingly vomits the shuttle's guts the stone woman stops weaving a night scullers tuned toward noon. I mean there's a lot in the probably won't do an awful lot on the on the poem but It's it's the main the main thing is that there's many criticisms of buddhism more religion in general that It it tends to be somewhat esoteric that It doesn't really appear in daily life That people That a spiritual you know really don't live like ordinary lives are a little bit off in some way or another. So you know there's images and we all we all have images we'll will portray images you know. People live in a monastery or certain why people live in les life for a certain way. But this really this really cuts to the quick in the in the sense that it doesn't talk about

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Sensuality And Spirituality With Dr Wafaa Eltantawy And Habeeb Akande

TMV Podcast

05:05 min | 6 months ago

Sensuality And Spirituality With Dr Wafaa Eltantawy And Habeeb Akande

"I wanna start by mentioning that when we spoke about the of phone call a couple of weeks ago and i said i would probably do like a disclaimer at the beginning to say that you know today. We're having a conversation. That's a very mature topic. And you're just to kind of put out that when i did that. Both of you kind of shout. You pretty much told me off. I wouldn't say shower felt. I'm really sorry but what i felt like. You are trying to cover up or trying to introduce a topic which is very crucial for muslim societies and muslim people in a way like covered this what we are doing in six. We are covering everything up so people. Don't know anything about so. I felt like this is the time we need to open up and we need be able to speak about it. Frankly and say satelites name. I think i don't know which i'm gonna pinot a new but someone said that was infantilism. The muslim community by so she's pointing to your said was by even suggesting or thinking about framing in that way he did say that. Do stick by the as this similar to what to what i up it. Mrs important compensation for people of all ages again. We're going to be respectful wisconsin age appropriate. I don't think this is only a compensation for people of Age of twenty five for example married people who are unmarried people Married people are divorced. People looking to get married should listen to this conversation understand. What does islam say about sex intimacy. And what and as muslim allies understand about and this important topic. So i think it's a subject that should be important beneficial for everyone so to be honest like a after that that call which is a very interesting call in its entirety. But after that specific moment i did think about it quite law and i think for me. It needs to know. Is that the kind of reservations i have about having. This conversation is of that kind of cultural baggage that we have within the muslim community when it comes to talking about south city so it was. I mean i appreciate being told guys. I'm just. I just thought it was interesting to to mention that because it really did get me thinking before he just wanna take my health to you because even if you found this conversation diffic- difficult we have another the fact that you're win so kudos to vandals. So the fact that we're having a system board to That's not really a woman but competent in this subject. Because i think it's easy as men foster talk about this subject again for things important. We have a muslim woman and his qualified can speak about that muslim. Women can resonate listen to understand from so critters to for again by an environmental terms. And i think is one like part of it when when we were speaking. Initially that i you kinda get one show at conversation like this and you wanna do it right. You won't be able to be able to listen with an open mind and actually take on what's being said and as you said if it was two men for having the compensation than sisters would fill like. Oh it's xyz two sisters discussing it. Men feel kind of sideline alienated from it. So thank you both kind of agreeing on. Oh you guys don't know each other from beforehand. So but i guess what's what's also really good. Is that you both come from very different disciplines and perspectives on this. I think that that's jump straight in So the first thing for me was about the i guess. Let's put out there. Is there a problem with how sex is perceived or discussed within the muslim community. And i guess dr wafaa will start with you on that one yeah. There is a huge problem. Same communities about how sixes addressed or Sexist talked about and we see clearly in our work. Six is not never been talked about a tool all in muslim communities and even stocks when it when it is talked about it's talked about heddon and nothing is clear and you you mentioned as well. You kind of travel to the middle east for conferences and and have are in those kinds of spaces where these things are happening. Is there a difference between the the obviously folks to the muslim community muslim communities here and there with regards to attitudes towards sex and all of this was just mirrored regardless of where you are in the world. I think this stuff is mattered. Are mannered a lot of it mattered. Because you would find that. Most agricultural they have organization. The more or less like six is a temple. Never ever talked about it when you marry with what we're gonna do and your husband will lead you and that's frustrating for me when i hear there and six thirty six is not good sexes about all. Support your husband is about how to serve. The man and i found this restraining. I work with people because they only there because they were told to do it. They are not engage. They are not having any sexual pleasure and is something. We need to talk about

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Reducing Your Stress By Increasing Your Hope

The Daily Boost

10:44 min | 1 year ago

Reducing Your Stress By Increasing Your Hope

"How are you and happy Monday? Did you have a great mother's Day if you're a mother or if you if Allah mother or no matter whether his mother's here not if you thought about your money you take your mother? It's a great day day. Did you think about what's really important in life mistake? One of those nice days. It is the daily boost from motivation to move dot com. I know right now you might be thinking Scott. I had all these things that were going so well always since I want to do with these dreams and desires in these ambitions in life is going pretty darn good and then and then and then. Now I'm GonNa do it to stop really a detour. It's been caused me. The Path is now different member. You'll be flexible to get what you want you. And seven billion people on this planet kind of in the same spot right now so if you sit down and you're feelin lonely. Feel like oh my gosh. What's going to happen this this? This has been something. That's the Torque for me here in the past coupla months as I as I just take a very practical look at the world I think well you know. It's like seven billion folks and all kind of in the same. Oh the same spot are we. This too shall pass. Have you noticed something that whenever change happens in your life have you noticed it? Because do you like change? A lot of people don't like good change but but but if you just mentioned the word change most people go oh my God. What are we going to do more? When this whole thing started a couple of months back the change was overwhelming. Then it was every single second of the day and now it's it's still changing but it's a little bit more normal than it used to be in the now. We settling find a way you see. There is a way when you're flexible. And you think about it and you take just a few minutes to the pause about what's important and remember where you were Heddon. We're going to work on that today. A little bit for us. Well how are you? My name is Scott Smith founder. Chief motivating officer here at motivation. Move Dot Com. I have to remind you this week. We're get getting can do it. Wednesday night eight o'clock or going to an operation reinvention call it will do that At eight o'clock and I know the the folks in Europe are going to Scott. Come on we don't WANNA stay up to one o'clock in the morning. We'll do one for you the week following in the afternoon and give you chance to get on the phone with join myself and a whole bunch of MTM. I'm around the world is Kinda Shanteau about what's going on. It's a very very cool experience because there's really no agenda show are the call. It's all about just kind of checking in with folks and it's very neat place to be. You'll be surprised how so many people are in the same spot as you and yours be sprays optimistic and wonderful. These folks are so it's Wednesday. Look for that. It'd be sent an email to join us on that. Call it get more information and motivation and move dot com by the way if you're not a member of motivation who dot Com. You should do it because for the first time in. Gosh you've done the since two thousand and six. I drop the price by fifty percent during this pandemic just nine ninety five a month for the daily podcast commercial free the daily Doug e mail the daily. Click text message. I send out face your passion. The coaching programs doing everything else. It's been a big hit. All kinds of new folks are coming innocent. Thank goodness somebody's here every single day to help me get through this thing every single day. Just go to motivation who've DOT COM and get your sign up today. I think you're going to really love being there. And you're gonNA love being someplace else as well linked in learning now. Everybody has a different perspective. These days about what's going on in the world certainly here the daily Beast. I have it but all of us are trying to adjust more to remote work and I'm a guy who's done it for years but things are different these days. I was so happy to hear that linked learning is whether here to help you and your teams they want you to be more productive at home and they wanNA support your wellbeing as well. So Lincoln learning is offering a wide variety of their most popular courses right now for Free. Real world experts. They share tips on how to cope with stress managed. Remote team even look great video conference call. That's big with his of courses for salespeople recruiter small businesses and a whole lot more. And you might want to share these with your team. I'm sure they'll appreciate the extra support that the link to learn. We'll give them. And if you want to learn more there are always linked in learning consultants right there on chat and I jumped in because I wanted to get perspective on how folks are handling the cove in nineteen crisis and I really enjoyed the discover your strength course. It's free and they have a section entire section on remote work including time management could use that one. You'll check it out from the very minute. I promise the very minute you log into Lincoln Learning Hugo well as all kinds of things right here on this page. I need to see right now. It's going to help you with your business or your professional life. So go do it. Visit linked in learning dot com slash boost to export dozens of free courses. That's linked in learning dot com slash boost. So Monday cannot begin without me without me asking. Have you done your homework? Did you sit down and ask where your life is right now? Where it's going. Where was he yesterday? What am I GONNA do? I don't might be a little bit confusing but until you sit down and just pay some attention to where it is. You really can't get to where you want to go. We'll talk about that here in just a little bit as well so when I say. Have you done your homework? You really checking in on your life and a lot of. It's a little bit upside down right now but You look in ny spiritually and your family and your job and everything else. Where is it do you like it? You don't like it are the things you just WanNa hang onto right now and keep things you want to change. It's really good time to make some adjustment. You can get the perfect week planner. It's at the website motivation dot com under the resource section. That'll help you figure this stuff out. You might want to do that. But do your homework. Pension to where you are it helps you get to where you WANNA go so today. I don't often do this but I am going to do it. Because it had some folks Scott. Can you do this okay again? A lot of time on the phone this week folks all over the world reducing stress so when it comes to reducing stressors some standard ways of doing it. But I don't tend to do standard. I tend to do things a little bit differently because I tend to sit down and go what actually works only for me but what I see work around the world or what do I feel work. When I'm working on myself. I can literally feel it on the inside. And that's where I go. I don't I don't go to books and all that kind of stuff. I don't make stuff up. It is what works. And that's what I deliver to you so I wanNA reduce your stress but I want to do it a different way by increasing your hope if that's okay because unless you're living in a cave you may have noticed. There is more stress these days. There is less hope around in your life today. Probably maybe I h there. You're just not noticing it. A short time. It goes very different. Pandemics can do that so can life. By the way I've said for years life gets in the way it does. It doesn't always get in this big away but but holy moly. Did anybody see this coming while I guess most of his dead at some point with the Fancy Dancy smart scientists? Someday it's going to happen. Well it did but we weren't thinking about that. We were too busy going into chick-fil-a eaten at right. Too busy with life. Life gets in the way all the time over the years. I've learned a little bit about stress. If had like most folks have had areas in my life that have been stressful. A lot of itself induced. By the way I'm kind of adventuresome kind of guy that likes to push do different things. I put myself in stressful situations and I didn't know I didn't do it on purpose but I got there. What am I doing but swelled volunteer? Here I am as some of the things that happened in my world that were well. You'll not great deaths in the family and loss jobs and things like that over the years. That were very stressful. And I kinda learn but you're usually in every case when this has happened. In retrospect looking back on it and really taken some time to ponder were. The fear in the stress came from it did come from fear. That's where it came from. In almost every case the feeling of stress came from fear feeling stress over. Maybe never getting off the hamster wheel people role in to fast. Sometimes that's gone away these days for pace by different kind of hamster wheel. I guess feeling stressed from uncertainty. Why are they gonNa Right now? But you know it's been going around before your entire life. You been uncertain at certain times. It's kind of funny uncertain at Certain Times that of course some stress wanted a big one for me is lack of adequate information these days. We probably have more information than we want. It's always been that way but now we're kind of hyper focused on it. But we don't need more do we? It's information overload. We know that doesn't work. We need adequate information. We need enough to know in every single case whenever I have enough to know I find myself calm. And what's really neat about? It is if you understand this that that that adequate information to me is the biggest one. You can really avoid a lot of stress that comes with not knowing against you. It doesn't matter where your fear originates. The solution is is really a very frame of your mind and reform that is right changing how you think a little bit kind of coming at it from a different direction. An P. Concept. You may have heard about this before programming. Concept is easy to see things as they are. It's difficult to do. Sometimes seeing things as they are a lot of folks say Scott amount of work as Democrats scared to death. I'm seeing things as they are very very clearly as when not really. Is it uncertainty as like a money is having some issues with maybe your food or your family? What is it if you see things as they really are? You got to go deep. Don't you have to dig down inside? I know it's scary too. But that's where the adequate information is so the only way to see things that is the rs not to look on the surface. You gotta go a little deeper. And what's really driving the impact on you? What's causing that fear and that stress? It's scary sometimes. But it's eye opening. It's it's freeing it's liberating so you see things as they are not superficially but has a really truly ours is the truth that you actually don't want to. I want to pay attention to because only when you see things exactly as they are with one hundred percent clarity. Can you see things as they can be if you don't have clarity if you haven't completely grounded yourself what's really going on in your world? And what the impact is on you trying to think yourself out of that is well. It's difficult at best and it does create stress. Because you don't know what to do which in a fearful state and it doesn't give you a chance to bring back at home. What would you do see things as they are? You will notice instantaneously as you look at things can be this feeling of hope comes inside of you and when it does you'll notice it you'll feel it feel the stress quater your shoulders at your Chesterfield. Go Away that re frame of mind said well you for just a millisecond? Click in time. That's all it takes to realize all is well all is well. I used to have clarity of Barium. Were going stress will go away the whole full arrive and you will in fact become available because that's the we are right now right unless something stops you physically. You're still going to get up and and keep going it means. You're actually unstoppable already if you just recognize that all right. I'm going to get out of your back tomorrow. Chat about why plan B is not even necessary. All you need is plan to get through just about anything. Show hope here and hope on Wednesday honor. Operation had mentioned call at lluhvision moved up Tom. I'll see you tomorrow.

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Moderna surge after first coronavirus vaccine sent for testing

CNBC's Fast Money

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Moderna surge after first coronavirus vaccine sent for testing

"Brian. While it's about biotech company Madonna that companies shares are higher on a report from the Wall Street Journal that the company has shipped the first batch of its potential corona virus vaccine to the age where a small human clinical trial is set to begin potentially by the end of April and they may expect results as soon as over the summer guys. This is incredibly quick for vaccine development. And you are seeing during a stop now. Almost six and a half percent on this news Brian. Back to you or I make thank you very much. Guys is talk about this as well. I mean it's a little bit tough talking about biotechs anybody out there in the market today in the biotech space. Yeah the the problem though with the biotech space is you have heddon headwinds that are political so biotech and HMO's so you have those headwinds coming. Then you have. The tail wins of maybe a vaccine. But the problem is when you look at these charts. They've already given back. All of those moves. Meg just talked about a stock. That rallied aggressively a month ago. Based on a vaccine and then came in aggressively or more. So so you can't trade it off vaccines you have to trade it off political headwinds and I still think the space is still a cell on every so on every pub. Yeah I mean listen to this this sector was going in. My view is going to do quite well up until about June right because then you end up with these political headwinds so I would think if you get any type of a rally here going into the end of the first quarter second quarter you WANNA probably sell these names and take profits

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Residency pairs aspiring restaurateurs with temporary sites

Monocle 24: The Menu

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Residency pairs aspiring restaurateurs with temporary sites

"Today we meet the team behind residency. A new initiative assistive to pay or vacant restaurant spaces with emerging culinary talents launched in London. The new enterprise already looking to go into national with the mission to support young talent and budding entrepreneurs can me. Let's opium of restaurants consultancy districts and sip fork of restaurant experts. Montana Montana fog are co founder of residency. And I met them here at Majoria. Oh studio one to find out. More residents say is an initiative which we have creates it which pass up and coming chef superclubs new concept's any sort of emerging thing and food and beverage or hospitality with vacant spaces basis at the moment across the capital but our ultimate jets viz and beyond and through our combined expertise so it's a residency is a collaboration between between district. which is a property restaurant? consultantcy Montana fog which is a restaurant. Consultancy and through combined expertise we can create pop-ups ups and empty spaces very easily. We have contacts with landlords because district says a property business. A Montana can support the operators on the ground and enable the space for operators to go in and start trading. So how did you find each other. What kind of discussions did you have when this idea was born? Well we've nine furlongs. I have yeah we have. I think we first met when my partner and I were looking to open a restaurant or committed was advising us and thankfully we didn't do the deal not through any issue with Camilla ritual. It was the wrong space the wrong concept at the wrong time which is a restaurant consultant but then we work together on a project for the crown estate and had assault on Heddon street which was ironically the property like you offer done or any love it and synergy edge we and then we came together and they had a site where that essentially the keys are being put through the letterbox in the previous tendency unfortunate made it and they had a site that was fitted the Dow and ready to go and they didn't know what to do with it really they'd been thinking for a long time about how they could launch some finish itself which is something we are seeing from landlords now because if you were wind a few years back when a new site came up with an estate in central London landlords always wanted the latest new concept concept the newest operator and since then has been a few burnt fingers so in terms of pushing brand new concept landlords our little bit more cautious about that mom so they are thinking of ways that they can do that without perhaps taking on a long term risk without of committing so when ten had in st came back to the landlord new I think one of the stories I think sub told me was that they only bought some new carafe when St when and everything else was was there and it's provided a great opportunity to trial the poop concept and so the crown at hired Montana fog and district separately and district in terms of helping helping with some sort of strategic direction but also in terms of doing the licensing making sure that all the documentation and Montana fog to find the operators and support them on the ground from day one so basically what you're doing now you're looking for these spaces and he also looking forward to preneurs budding restos operators. I would like to take over the spaces for some time. What kind of conditions are we talking about? How long would this pop ups for example? And what kind of operators are you looking game for. Exactly it depends side-by-side how long the pop-up lost with Tennessee. I think we are moving into month. Eight seven and Republican another three or four months. We'll see so it depends on the landlord. I mean typically day-old Adage from restaurateurs is once you found this all you want twelve months later you'll open the door was that's how long it takes to sometimes raise the money to get your lease. Signed your heads of terms obviously to fit it out so adama landlord or have an empty site. It could be there for a year before I'm actually GonNa say that open again so we can activate that site pretty much within a week to week turnaround. Make sure it's fit for purpose and get an operator in there. And they could trade their quite happily for four to five months whilst unseen the new incoming operator who takes a full lease is doing doing the negotiations with the landlord. Millennials have let so I activated is very flexible model rarely because some operators will want to go in for four to six months and north of gang of presence in makes him return perhaps but others will perhaps wants to do a supper club or decently much shorter term or might be happy. Just go in somewhere for a week to Derby PR and some of the landlords that we're actually talking about our existing operators already have to activate spaces particularly helium pumps and they could be much shorter. Say It's bespoke and it's flexible. An in terms of your other question of what sort of entrepreneurs are we looking for. The Sky's is the limit. We've had interest from a large very well. Funded American Vegan concept. which is very edgy? We've had interest from people who've superclubs in Hackney these people some of well funded and well back to existing. Operators is the ones that aren't who would have a great concept on great passion Russian but to get in front of a landlord to get a lease for ten to fifteen years. No way you ever going to be up to do that. Unless you've got some very very well funded ended backers of which most people don't because the banks unfortunately won't be lending anyone any money for quite a while for the smaller operations and this gives us the opportunity he to educate the operator in terms of how a landlord works. We should very much district comes and for us the Montana folks of of residency to work with them and help them and with the figures look concept introducing to suppliers etc etc.. Actually so there is a lot of support available when you choose. The operator so veto need to be worried about north knowing everything takes yeah. I think that's our biggest point of difference is it's three hundred. Sixty degree support system. Why there will be people who the first people we've introduced a ten Heddon street with David Carter from smoke stack and Chris Leach who worked at Bratton cooked lots of different places? How much support do they need? Not a great deal to be honest with you because they're incredibly experience but moving forward when we take someone from WHO's done of a food stall pop pop somewhere. They will need to understand how the western works because the West End Actually David. Chris did put their hands up and admit that the learning experience of coming from east blondel shortage into what is basically mayfair. Soho borders different world. Because lunch is a big thing. Lunch makes the difference. It doesn't make you a millionaire China but without lunch you really suffer if you're in the west end but you cost this much higher You've been following London restaurant scene for years. How has it changed changed? And what are your predictions. What is going to be happening in the future and always the landscape changing thing? We've seen this of past. Few years is a huge increase in the number of restaurants in London and this was sort of lead from consumer trend to solve. Eat out more and with the sort of casual dining lining crunch the so called and they changing political landscape confidence decreased and the oversupply of restaurants. Met not this wasn't in any way sustainable stable anymore. So that's when we started to see like restaurants going back to landlords and whilst the market is still very vibrant. There's loads of new. You operators out there that wants to take on site and central London. There's nowhere near as many as there was before and what it's done is created a survival of the fittest backdrop so the good restaurants still still trading while and a very very good and another thing. That's sort of is in between nether is is suffering. We've also seen rents go very very high because of the lack of supply of restaurant

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A Handful of Jokes

Chompers

01:29 min | 1 year ago

A Handful of Jokes

"Three one you ready for some lattes. Here's your first joke from. Luke what do you call it when a dinosaur crashes his car. I don't know Taran Ranna Soroush REX. Pretty good when Luke. Here's another joke. It comes from Zoey Sophie who lives in Vienna Austria What time do you go to the dentist? I don't know what time Tooth Hertie time to switch rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and make sure to reach the molars all the way in the back. Here's a joke from Mica. What Christmas Carol do playing cards like? Gee I don't know deck the halls. Okay that was hall all right. Here's one from tabby. Why did the boy throw the butter out the window? Why because he wanted to see a butterfly the U. Butter keep rushing switch to the bottom of your mouth pick aside and give your front teeth a good brush to? Here's a joke from the Heddon family. I think what is a pig's favourite. Karate move what is it a pork chop. Here's another joke. It comes from Finnegan knock knock.

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An oven is heading to space so astronauts can bake cookies

BBC World Service

01:59 min | 1 year ago

An oven is heading to space so astronauts can bake cookies

"Astronauts on board the international space station will soon have the chance to test their baking skills of rockets carrying a cargo Croft his loose from the US state of Virginia at carrying nearly four times the phrase including an often and baking ingredients to make chocolate chip cookies the scientific experiments will observe what effect the weightless conditions will have on the shape and consistency of the base gets don't depend cream or if the news website space up close told us how the often would work it's something really important for the for the astronauts is basically a cylinder it's got some heating elements big data coiled around it and then they're they're gonna put those cookies inside it's going to take about an hour to heat up the in about half an hour they get a half an hour to let it cool and then they'll take him out so it's a lot like cooking in Spain on the earth but it's going to take quite a bit longer it's an experiment and it's a good experiment you know why we're doing this is because we want to bring the comforts of hers up to space they'll be up there the astronauts for for quite a long time and they don't want to eat reconstituted food it's nice to have fresh fruit you know the astronauts are always looking for improvements to the menu what happened in this case was actually the zero G. kill it kitchen they suggested to NASA they get nasty gets many experimental proposals and NASA accepted it work with that this team zero G. cookies and now nana racks to actually build date so it's really important to have the comforts of home up there in space and eat something that's fresh instead of just reconstituted are you add water or you just eating so it's fresh so should be really nice actually they are doing the next to create artificial meat and we already have experiments to grow vegetables the veggie experiment is already up there so we're growing lettuce and astronauts get to taste that and believe me there are happy when they get to taste that something fresh from home we're already doing other kinds of things but this is the first cookie in space don't think Heddon creamer of space up place making me hungry

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"heddon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the whole school. Do you know that they had to put me in command of something? But, but they couldn't really put me in command of smog. Company, anything like that. Mainly because everybody just found my voice, so's change. That if I try to give commands on the drills yield everyone would burst out laughing. So what they did was the military structures decided to put me in out of military all his. So that meant that I was responsible for all the military records for the entire school of recording. Grades on military exams schools in bouts and ship and merits and genetics received and attendance all the students in the whole school. I think the military instructors thought that since I did so well in school that I was highly organized, but that was not true. That school was very, very important to me. I was all alone in that my sister Heddon had gone north to begin her first year at George Washington University in Washington and Bulga, who's old was looking for a way to escape from cinde decided to head all to be with heaven, and I was just alone in our house with a whole year. I never learned drive. So I took the city bus to and from school every day. I was the co editor of the school, paper, the cadet and also counts for the cadet. So I stayed really laid it school every day to work on the cadet. I was that I go home and I do my homework. I was very diligent student, but the one thing that I tol neglected my duties in Viteri office. I just that, that, that one out of each school day that was devoted to military chaining. I just began to sink this out of in chanted solitude. I been given you know, these four boys to command and they were supposed to help me, keep track of all these records. But I just made it very plain to them. That I expected no help for them whatsoever that they were to go off and do whatever they wanted to do. And everybody else was parading around on the drill field. So the whole school was empty, and I just did with felt like I do know ride to draw out for the school paper or just a way that I'll. And finally spring came and it was time for the general inspection and that meant that this Gary high ranking general was coming around to all the military schools in the south inspecting them, and ranking them, and one of the things that they were going to inspect with the military records. Which will play. But I felt that I had this really good solution to this problem. It seems to be that if I take the military records home with me, but one.

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"heddon" Discussed on Peace Of Mind with Bhi Bhiman

Peace Of Mind with Bhi Bhiman

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on Peace Of Mind with Bhi Bhiman

"You know, being gay physician. I love this one. What is the cost of doing wrong? I mean, why is this happening? My onsite. S community getting mowing most sense scented. I kind of feel too cool native humans his love, compassion, empathy, by the drama of this would we get wrapped up in eagle dried needing acceptance fame wealth, and we lose, compassion empathy. We just one things for us. Somehow, we have become Midi set official aegis, I think that's down the line costs. What about bullying is that part of it children on what kind? It's not the fun of two than it's fun of you know, somehow in the community de we sometimes plight to school appoint by putting someone down that has become a nam. Conscious. So when children bullied, it's partly the way the race and another part might be suffering from something maybe the suffering from some kind of trauma Thome, you know, they don't know how to let out and so how do we handle people who badly behaved in school? They're punish than they have been dention. So that's not going to solve that problem. So I actually came across a few schools in Baltimore where they have a mindfulness meditation yoga as a counselor with kind compassionate ties to talk to the China goes through what's going on helps them come down breathing exercises yoga at societies empathize with them. I think we need to have a different way of this planning discipline. Doesn't mean hush woods. I'm kind woods. It's understand she'll come fashioned shwim. But. The. Spoken with any other. I guess survivors parents or any other families who've gone through anything similar, you know. It's interesting. I had. I have not known who had a met whose children going to if these, unfortunately, I mean, this not a whole lot. I note to do you know, we got tell Heddon he saw psychiatric he saw counselors. He did get impatient. But we could not. So that's by ice on. Don't wait till your child gets to the sweet side state. To be choked. I think early detection is important mention from kindergarten actually to work with schools. To see if you know, we have this proven so mindfulness meditation which has science behind which shows fep to the changes in the brain. I think we need to give children the tool. Before they're exposed to. On this negative. The would know there's another thing. I learned. Wind patent all for that. Meta teacher, if you anxious depressed, you don't have to open your mouth, your child will sense it and the same is if y'all in peace, you don't have to say anything your child will sense it. So I think we need to take a ourselves fussed. Took take peaches actually, everyone needs to be taken cat. If I mean, I'm not pointing fingers at anyone, you know. And you mentioned meditation is that something that's helped you I actually started meditating to use ago.

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"heddon" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"And that's that's the usual the the actual market incentives. That will that will decide what kinds of products businesses. Get builds. That's a whole different question. The user experience. Yeah. Just a little green lot. So what's the dream room? Like, the that's that's like, yeah. When you've you've outlined a future from user, experienced point. But what's the dream from a societal impact? What's what's what's the ideology driving? You. Yeah. I think that I I don't think I necessarily subscribed. The same way that others do to this centralization movement in general for all things. I think the vents really nice direction the Heddon, but I don't pretend that is the direction that that's the end state that we're gonna arrive at it's kind of like saying this particular way, which aside stop rate, if it's like socialism would be this beautiful end stay wherever one wins out. But when you put into practice, you realize all these weird situations curb of human behavior that doesn't really make it work. I don't think that's worthwhile to say I'm looking to central maximalists. That's the way the world should be because it's just impractical to make real large societal changes with that kind of mindset event. The minds of I have is that is technology, which introduces a fundamental new concept. You can now move value around without a little bit. That's basically. That's the only thing that really provides in. So that we can do that would type situations existence society where the middleman can very easily get cut out in a way that doesn't really disturb human behavior in. Let's just replace those things have better technology, and when those things get replaced there will be new businesses which can emerge because of it. For example, the most basic example is that would stay channels or even better example is that the blockchain now, there's this notion of a minor that's a new type of business that never just before. But now people can do that they can make money, and you can you know, you can make a living from that kind of new behavior that exist in the world. And so so businesses will begin to do that. So as we build the technology to get bitter, physically not maselli rent-seeking the wrong term, but is this existence decided that could easily beat are moved by. It's better technology will replace them. But new kinds of businesses which others will them fill in with different companies that are dressed the market demand for it. And it will take. Step Ford, what a small razor forward where society's at. But by no means of going to build utopia with all this. We're just gonna slightly change the incentives in a way that makes basically society slightly better because we're getting rid of middlemen that are slow and eurocratic and have unnecessary that logical delays because it's haven't used the latest technology or less so. Middleman and see if if there's if there if you think that they're actually going to be fully replaced or only partially replaced by this. While you like. Is is kinda hard to look at it that way because it's not full or partial replacement like one win one way to look at it is it would be very nice if we could say ill this global centralized asset change for all assets and give it of the new York Stock Exchange in all kinds of exchanges. Make a human rights that you have the ability to exchange with your other humans like that sounds amazing. It's great. But it's not like that. Vision kills the company of the new York Stock Exchange, the Saugus change is just the collection of humans that only have away the is works. But as -nology adapts, they're going to slowly migrate over to different things that make sense space technology, so this'll take a long time presently. We're thinking, okay, we can use this technology to digitally wrap existing securities and trade them over the for goal, which will maybe be easier for people to access, but you know, arguably still be slower than rails. Just Wall Street, for example, or at least to be more open. In. So what they're gonna do is they're going to slowly daft to that build things that bridge into that system. But the actual assistant company die women this unrealistic to think that we're going to change society of fundamental in our in our way is more. So lately changing acceptance that will lead to new businesses than verge, and we're just pushing society Ford, slowly once every time, I think it's better mental model, it leads to.

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"heddon" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"I still take care of Dr Atkins Heddon hers who's now under nineties by. And so the mistake he made he was a cardiologist, and he was a high fat doctor, and he got an such trouble with the American Medical Association that he morphed into a high protein Dr. In what he didn't realize. I think he didn't realize is that we don't have storage system for protein except muscle. And if we're not building muscle, we don't waste energy. So we convert protein into sugar glucose NIA Genesis. So he actually died of fat, man. Yeah. Yeah. Like elvis. Yeah. Like there was a lot of similarity with regards to excess. What's the proper scientific term for her? Not gluttony even know. But like a lot of from what I read years ago. I wanna say it was like didn't exactly wasn't having regular bowel movements something along those. Okay. Yeah. So I think most Kita genyk dieters don't really realize that you either have to have periods of time restricted fastening to get into Kito sus. Plus, you really have to limit both carbohydrates and protein, and that you really should be getting the vast majority of your calories out of good fats and those good fats might personal feeling is olive oil and KADO z-. If you wanna throw in some other oils, like coconut oil, or my my preference is C T oil great. But the idea that. You should be eating rib eye steaks and Baker and to getting I think is a mistake. Hey, everybody, thanks for tuning in. We're just gonna take a quick little break to hear word from our sponsor. Now back to the show. The thing. I really like about you. And I've said this to personally. We live in a very divided world in terms of philosophy with regards to diet, and it's often religion. And okay, we'll take you know, everyone knows you're you're not offend electins. We'll I always say like, let's just removed from the conversation. Very controversial. But if you if you take you take out beans aiding what I like so much about your philosophy essentially, an assuming this hasn't changed its eat a lot of vegetables. Eat a lot of healthy fats plant based fast, not animal fats, limit red meat eat wild fish. And you're pretty good. I go back to the Michael pollen, quote, which I'll e food not too much mostly plans anything it's a table is not an all or nothing approach creek. You know, my wife, and I in general during the week we pretty much vegan during the week. And then we eat usually while show, fish or. Wild fish on the weekend. And I call myself a bed aquarian now, I think very strong argument can be made for really really limiting and approp- animal protein. And I make the argument in the book is that this thing that unites blues zones and blues zones have wildly different diets. This idea that all blue zones, eat, grains, and beans is not true. The thing that unites all these blue zones and the other areas that have now been scarred with super long live people like the Chiro south of Naples, and the catava is they eat very limited animal protein. That's that's the uniting feature..

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"heddon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"If one looks at what has occurred to a couple of Canadian businessmen in in recent times over a related argument this being the detention of the hallway executive in Vancouver. It's not an unreasonable worrier didn't think we were talking about where this could end. There was also the story this bizarre story this week about an Zealand flight from Auckland Shanghai being abruptly turned around because it claimed that somewhere on the aircraft voluminous paperwork, the coast word Taiwan was mentioned now is it possible to see that as in any other way of the as part of this. I think it would be China cannot really deny. It's hard for them to deny. I mean, they died denying that anything to do with the New Zealand China relationship and stuff like that in the fake that why was denied. But you've got it's absolutely bizarre that New Zealand headed. She Jude flight to Shanghai, though, flying a Boeing seven ice, even aircraft. But there were flying in the that the redistribution of the aircraft Heddon been authorized by China and. China deceit high. Look, we just we, you know, we just looking up in that particular e crop didn't have permission to land at our airport. Nitpicking nitpicking before I've done this on numerous occasions. One of the occasions was steel dumping the previous government launch an investigation into allegations that China was dumping all of its poor quality steel, new-zealand building bridges and all these things out of it in the steel wasn't strong enough. And there was a whole lot of with construction New Zealand and soon as is allegations, we not nice sided putting to controls on the pipework around Z spree kiwifruit going into China. These also in different ministries in in New Zealand, change the nines. They put on different strict stuff around pipework regarding the win the ministry of agriculture and fisheries change the ministry of primary industries, China does this weaned things getting teens when they wanna seem to message to New Zealand, and it's exactly what they've done with his New Zealand example. And I think it goes, right? Directly back to that. While we decision. Well, I think a clear example of that is is the postponement as indeed it is for the moment of just cinder Ogden's visit to China. This does place in a curious position domestically. If how does it play for her in just in terms of domestic politics is standing up to China going to be something she can do in the assumption that she's got the the Kiwi public behind. Absolutely, no, one bullies New Zealand than its foreign policy in the been numerous examples of the of the last couple of decades of that anti nuclear stance is one of them. But it's always these boys being this debate around. We New Zealand sets between the United States historical allies, we've been with allies with them in the will to all the different wars and career in Vietnam, and in China, which is sort of new trade ally. The the ones that we make a lot of money from and now exports survive, these big argument, the I'm sorry. I think New Zealand would New Zealanders wouldn't would mind really which way just under identical government goes as long as they taking a foreign policy approach called evidence behind it. And this quality decision does seem to even it's behind it. At one thing I'll say regarding the snub budget, but with the underwriter and hasn't been to China, a political reporter in New Zealand to China three times in the spice of two years without promises. So it was hugely important in in jonky. The state was treated like royalty in China. And the fact that just under our doings been what she's halfway through. If Tim has promised to Chinese that sort of speaks volumes about where this relationship is at. So I think that behind the scenes things I've very teens, Lloyd from news hub. Thanks as always for joining us. You're listening to the daily. What is it like to be a city forgotten and rediscovered Monaco films travels to good San in South Korea to bear witness to its urban revival natives and newcomers creating quirky buzz spaces and bright future for this charming coastal outpost? Good San building on the past playing now in the film section at Monaco dot com. Listening to the daily on monocle twenty four and for this week's episode.

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"heddon" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Are you laughing? I'm out laughing. My husband's laughing. Why didn't you try to take the cloth though? He just kept joy. I don't know. I just don't get weight and try to save himself. Yeah. I don't know. He really flipped out though is pain. It looked it looked scared. I'm not into that. I'm not interested FOX pretty funny you, but it's it was real, right? It wasn't acting. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I didn't laugh, so I guess it wasn't funny. But. I'm sorry. Good. I want you know, what's next or do. We talk. Well, it's not supposed to laugh at that. I laugh at something mental illness don't laugh at. Wasn't mental illness. He just crab on your mental illness. Oh, laughing shit is hurt. People are hurting. Yeah. I don't like watching fights in movies. Like if there's a fistfight I turn away really in a move even. Yeah. Like in the movie kids. I don't know if you remember that too much. I don't like physical fights or worldstar stuff like that. Like people actually getting hurt. I don't like when someone's head bounces off of cement or something like that. Yeah. If I'm out and about and I see if I get really scared and upset. Yeah. I'll call the cops. Can I ask you? What what do you have any opinion? I know you're from the Chicago area. Yes. Did you ever know anyone or or maybe you yourself became a fan of Garth Brooks? Now. But I know Garth Brooks fans is how do you know them? They're everywhere. I mean, he is very popular airy-fairy early popular. Are you a little astounded by it by the level of notoriety and fame? Yes, it's pretty significant. Maybe if we saw him alive, we'd understand I've heard that argument lot tried man watch the concert on CBS and like just hokey. He's kind of a corny dad bone early. At one point. He was doing the heart hand. They're cooler than just playing country. I saw the Dixie chicks years. Great great to hammered, but I cried so much and I just loved them some buying a bandana, really Dixie chicks. Bam. There's some people who think that Garth may have bodies Heddon on his ranch, and that he pretends to be human and that it's all just a big act. This is footage from his most recent CBS concert. You were talking about almost tougher. He's pretending to be human. Go ahead and Garth Brooks here in Konic Notre Dame locker rooms this just where the players go out to take the field every Saturday. This is where all our players are getting ready to take the field for this concert. So tonight, the fighting Irish they're going to become the singing Irish this going to be good. That was like dad onery manufactured..

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"heddon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"He hasn't gotten this promotion even pass all the tests as all the qualifications. Uh-huh. Keeps getting tonight. Doesn't know. What? I mean. Obviously, he's suing the NYPD. So that could be a big big part of it. But like it's real stuff like serpico, man serpico. Did you watch that love that film? Yeah. When they fucking when when his like, the they set him up. Yeah. I mean, that's fucked up. Yeah. It was it was a reference film. You reference film for us. We had we had a few few few films that probably won't translate like elephants or motos pedals. And you know, what about elephant in the way that Gus van Sant transferred? You know, foll- you'd follow the back of someone's head and all of a sudden you're somebody else, but the genius of that films that it's in one location. You know, it's sort of self contained that wing where this was like, we're everywhere. Can we do that? Can we transition out in the streets? You know, that's something we can do. So it was an experiment, but we try to. But I love how how you steady came out gracefully. He was able to do that. And so you see that. And we made sure steady came was how we're going to use so funny because it's such a white movie. Yeah. It is quite is quite a white. Yeah. You know, like like, I just I just realized told though, it's like, oh, no, no. It's a beautiful movie. But it's sort of very even the outdoor yet. No had this sort of Cleese and heating, and yeah. Yeah. Heddon had. It's a heavy head of that in that movie that you know, just the choices sort of put them in the shower together for a second. I know it was like, whoa. It's I mean that was a heavy film. But yeah, I mean, there was a long as yours. But I'll tell you at the end like I was like satisfied. I got a little nervous when he's like I want to get involved, and there's sort of like that girl too. But like, you know, well, here's what you do you start doing this? And I'm like is this going to get sappy? It didn't. Okay. Yeah. I was like this can't be love story right to love starring in different way. Yeah. It's a love story in different way. You know, you know, it's not about, you know, physical chemistry so about. Yeah. It's it's it's it's about what is it? If it's not about physical chemistry. But it's about. Waking up, you know, to to to social wariness and social responsibility. Yeah. I think there's there's that component. You know? It's funny because I feel like a different answer every time, and well that that character in particular, his his character. And I think I've been thinking about a lot this week. I've been Athlon talking. It's it's because it's so many things, you know, China boil it down. What is it for me? Like what you know? What is it? I had all these different things. And I realized like so much silence in the film..

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"heddon" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Yes. Absolutely. I I think it's important to have in different seasons of life to have stability, and, you know, financial stability and things like that. And at the time as we're gonna job, I knew it was valuable, and I wanted to save money and learn different skills and things like that. But I knew that that wasn't really what I wanted to do. It was kind of more of a means to a next step. And so I worked that job for a few years quite a few years. And then when I had a lot of money and kind of had it more nightly of what I wanted to when I quit kinda just put in my notice quit and drove what? I cool for the full interview with James omega sexually in these episode checkout shine now, coincidentally, one of my favorite chats in twenty was also an amazing no met Sarah Davis. She's currently peddling the entire link of the Nile you can follow her on Instagram, she posts daily, including videos at pedal the Nile, we will lucky enough to catch before she jetted off to Uganda. And obviously the first question she's wall. I it was it was something I seen a couple of people who've done some fuss. And I was at this point where I was really happy with life and life was great. But it was just that still something missing in that fulfillment. And that that sort of made from all anyway, so sore a couple of paper who dawn, I one was Damien Reuter. Hey, pedaled approach board from Kuna got to bonday and was the first to do it. Yeah. And then Heddon skeleton, she's a kid or TV presenter in the UK, and she kind Amazon and neither of them were sort of that wasn't the. Primary sports or anything like that. And it just gave me this ravine. What how group would that be to do? A I am because they want your classic sort of adventures. And there's just we'll maybe I could do something like this. So then I started researching as to what it could be a really wanted it to be paddling by because that's my my sport. Until by. Nazli defined. When I was getting to the gym. And let say what's go on. Lisa curry, Katie. Let some let's go back into why these arms, what do you your kayak? Oh, yeah. So, but you've competed around the world. Yes. So I started getting into KAI king through the surf club. So I joined northbound I served club and paint a member there, and I started getting into the competing side started on the boards, and then got onto the surface gays and running used to be most bolt, but sort of political authroities in the hint that I blame my meniscus, and it was like, hey, I need something else that that's when I really got into the to the KYW king in the skis and went from doing all the cubby sort of stuff to then doing more of the ocean races because I tend to be longer, and I'm a more of an endurance athlete and are like that so competitive Google too. Competitive not small. So. Yeah. And I just I love it. It's brand doing it here in Sydney out on the ocean in the hall, but it's just the most spectacular place to go and try so it doesn't make it too difficult. And none of the obstacles that do. You would expect in the Nile field fair enough. Cannot just say full paper listening Nautilus, right? What a club is. We have served lifesaving clubs. So these volunteers of live is many many of you would have seen the TV program. Bundle rescue the guys into blithering say the professionals the bugs in the on the women as well. In the yellow and red the volunteers is because they Rena served lifesaving club than Cubbies. Yeah. It is very strong in puddle. The and culture isn't a clubby Monroe. So you say you're competitive kayak, how about pedal the Nile and the first woman to do so. Yes, but you big with the team the people with me all the way I'll be the only one doing doing it from start to finish..

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"heddon" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on The Final Lap

"What are some things that you like to do in your free time? Well, actually, a student pilots. I've actually just started my third solo flights the other day and took off from a couple of different airports and landed a couple different airports. So it's been a lot of fun. I'm also trying to trying to get a school at the same time. But that's kind of been on hold for a little bit. But but yeah, I keep. Busy. So the student pilot thing what I mean, that's got to be an intense intense program. I would think right. Absolutely. You know, it starts off kind of tense 'cause it's this whole new world. You're just trying to fly the airplane and keep it steady. You know, when I first started off, I couldn't keep it within a hundred feet. So or Heddon on the same course all the time. So, but now, I can keep an straight straighten level in you know, it's you build up through the build up your skills to different steps, you he tried everything to start with. So, you know after a while you after while, you get pretty used to it, and then it becomes normal. So it's a lot of fun. That's pretty awesome. So when do you think the, you know, when you might get your license? Well, I'm about halfway there right now, I've just learned how to fly in a controlled airports. So it's. Yeah. You kinda need that controlled and uncontrolled airports. I've been flying uncontrolled airports the most the time. But now, I just flew into hickory and that was that was controlled airport. So it's really interesting learning all the different kinds of rules and regulations, and you know, it's it's a whole whole different world from rayson. Right. And so your race racecar driver. You're looking to be a pilot, and you're also trying to go to school. What are you trying to do over there at school, but he look into majoring in? I'd like to do mechanical engineering. I think that's definitely a skill said that it's useful to have in. You know, the world NASCAR where you're building race cars all the time. So like the whole idea that it would be useful. That sounds like a good plan. I mean now they say race car drivers are super brave but seriously candy corn pizza. Well, I think you'd have to make changes for that. You couldn't you couldn't put marinara sauce that would just make a disgusting. But I I could see it working. But I haven't tried. I saw the picture that somebody posted to you in that low to gross with Nara sauce. Regular cheese. I'm not advising marinara sauce. Not even close. Maybe we is in hot sauce. I mean, hey it worked in Doda. If it can we're gonna donate more from candy corn. There you go. So you're obviously well known for his television career. Do you have any desire to possibly pursue that yourself someday? I think you know, maybe way down the road like if after my racing career, and that would be a good good way to end things off..

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"heddon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Roll. Okay. Well, I'll tell you what we must do Heddon jumped to the phones. We've got our good good, buddy. Donkey raw. Yeah. Donkey raw online Hulo donkey, rob. Tell you what David. It's good to hear you after you've had a chance to recharge a little bit. Yeah. Kind of recharge. Yeah. I I might have recharged. I'll. Although I was busy slinging a paintbrush all the rest of the week. I saw that white van and a kind of look like a panners van or landscapers van all my hope. Well, I I wasn't down in Florida. Yes. Now, what may bail what's up with this? Because I kept on having everybody saying this was all a false flag, and a setup type of deal, and a lot of people are still saying that there's something fishy going on that when they saw the Facebook page, you know, this guy looked like he was a big time lefty, then all of a sudden he's turned into big righty. And Rush Limbaugh was talking about all these stickers on his vein. Looked like they were placed there and stuff. Look kind of phony because. Want to put him on airplane, hustling, New York? The most crooked as federal court system and. Oh, yeah. Are you associates? I don't know. I I was talking to you know, too far. You know what? Warsh? It's gonna get nailed on this. That's got you know, a wrestler record. The wrong place if they're wrong time. We're gonna pick somebody out and he's gonna be in trouble. Yeah. Well, you know, there's gotta be more details. I think right now, we can just all speculate. But the bottom line, is least they got somebody. Apparently, it's the right guy. And so they can put this all to an end. But, you know, Donald Trump was out there on the stump tonight. And you know, he's very happy about the wonderful job law enforcement did and everything, but he's talking about, you know, he thinks it'd be good if everybody cool down the rhetoric, but how can you cool down the rhetoric when the lefties there even matter in hell now, they got more rhetoric going on this is all Trump's fault. It's all of us deplorables fault, and all these rallies, blah, blah, blah. Oh in his band was followed right wing, radical literature. Oh, well, no doubt. I mean, this guy is no doubt the leader of the entire concert. They're gonna make this guy out. And that's I don't know if you're gonna make him out to the worst case male-stripper. I mean. He's probably to be on the plane. You know, all the naughty. Kind of want to represent. No, I think he's got other troubles. I hear you one of his attorney buddies about five five point five million in courses. Little sweetheart the stormy. She's mad as hell. Sherry lost one court cases, she's going to have to pay back millions on that deal and keeping keeping her mouth shut and pocketing that hundred and thirty one hundred fifty thousand or whatever. Now, she's good end up owing money. So she's gonna be doing a lot more dancing here in the upcoming years. I have to pick your way to work off. Well, she's got a lot of different angles. She can approach at as you know, all the photos. You know? Solutions that sorta. Well, yeah. Net net. Flex is paying out of a bunch of money for nobody. So or washed up people if you know what I'm talking about. Yeah. So there's always somebody. That'll, you know, fill out a subscription to see her. Unsought all works out one channel. A little dicey around the edges. Bradley knew the answer to that right away. He didn't he didn't even. That he's given a double thumbs up or a five star or something like it. I don't know. I don't know. 'cause I don't have cable. And I know why I don't have time to watch hardly any TV. So I shouldn't have time to watch that jazz. But brand-new Bradley's trip. What? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he always has a brand new pan house in there. Did you say that was chips, and you're looking at somebody's you left it in here tip probably. Yeah. Okay. I definitely. I got all kinds of lines like a throw out, but I'll be there. Yeah. Yeah. Eric hold on Robert put you on hold Bradley says, we gotta take a quick break. So you ready, Bradley? Okay. There we go take care of business taking care breath. Yeah. We're going to do that. That's a Friday.

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"heddon" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Now, I wonder the way they feel that if Jeffrey dean Morgan and Andrew Lincoln, even in the same room at the same time, probably not because you know they could probably do that for ever really. I mean, I do love their back and forth, shit, philosophically and all that stuff, but yet needing has a dogma, Megan as a belief system. He's not just some guy was opportunities. He truly does believe you gotta kill people and keep them in line and shit. Every kind of the same story that Rick is telling of, we all came together at the end to Nina's like if you would have just fucking bash, Jared Heddon made an example of that morning. You wouldn't have had the rest of the shit, but they're not scared of you. So you end up with fog is losing arm and shit because you don't have these people in line and you got Daryl mad because you won't put him in line. So I can see how this shit totally different rate. They will get jaded who's into lookout tower at night, and a helicopter flies over. This is the very last scene, right? Second elastic moments. A helicopter flies over as she's making those buck. Catlin art projects. If she doesn't report the helicopter anyway. She clearly sees the helicopter. We do know that the junk yard, she was waiting on a helicopter com gear. So what is she in the helicopter avid comment. I don't know. Big mystery. We miss helicopters for seasons. Now we're no explanation really. We should begin some soon. She did look shook, but she did not tell anyone. She more worried that somebody might see that she saw. Right. So then we get Jared, who size are walking home back to the saviors in the middle of the night. 'cause fuck the mother savings that went missing. Fuck this camp. I'm tired of getting my ass. So see, try and get to play in. I, we were doing so good. Did it start over with. Oh, he's drummed drinking a beer..

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"heddon" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So we will promptly plug are noises maybe for a future date to address more smells of survivor. But at least we've sort of functioned on our circled around one in idle smells like, and it doesn't sound like it's knows very good, good on the players for being able to hunt them out and keep those nasty smelling things on their person for such a long portion of time. Let's move on to our final segment each and every week here on the BNB. The question of the week questioned this week in honor of tying with our survivor mania segment. What is your John Heddon like nickname. And I think we sort of opened this up to be like either for yourself or for another survivor. We got a slew answers a lot of names. Let's see if we can go through these. Let's start with great friend of the podcast. Melissa Melissa. The most about said, I think Johnny Chen moon vest would be a good nickname for wrestler, John. They also said mayo of slam talent, be good as well though at Nick, my Arana might disagree. I think my mayo of slam town would be fun. Yeah. Can you could go the whole. Condiment route, you know, like. Really mustard relish only their time to shine in slam town. I mean, I think though Debbie, Mike distracted from her possible 'bout win by the mayo of slam town. So, you know, I used to be a model. He's like a Greek God donnas flam town. Let's go to partnership who says some nicknames of mine include garlic. Bread. Ouray r. a. k. man which stands for ropes axes, not man. Harks me put Mark sauce. Yeah, Parker. I don't know if you revealed your weapons of choice here. It's like BT k. are like, I think there's death a serial killer. I'm pretty hard jobs. Sounds like a park. Suck. Porn is into part killers struck with his RFK's again. I have two signature at the scene. Got a call the mayor of slam town so a foot. Well, that's what Parker's idle it smell like garlic. Bread. Obviously. Man, I would doesn't that idle. Yeah, that'd be. That'd be go hand in hand with the olive garden merged freest. I think that would be the hardest idle because it smells like garlic bread. Moving onto ever, Morris one, quick one, the less stress Adam. Oh, I love this very, very Haley from big brother, like active to apply to somebody as a wrestling. I would buy the pop figure. You're looking very a lesser this evening. All right. Next up trend. See,.

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"heddon" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Someone's going to send me a picture of me in like twenty time chinstrap. I'm going to be like at where's this? Even from the chinstrap connected to the dry angle. What. I know I was doing a lot of Cape ins, but man, I don't remember this at all is wild time for the McMahon. I was thinking about it yesterday. It's been eleven years since I, I checked in the college and that's way to miss too many years been even longer for me. So. There's that. Yeah, but we're talking about me, here's I care about that. It is just wild. Like one of my one of my friends who I talked to like four times a year from college, he was like, yeah, just got just proposed my lady last like last couple of weeks. I was like Jesus Christ man with a wild sentenced to read. Like literally just today again, that I worked with the very first like post college job I ever had in his wife is that they're like second son, like literally today shut out to them because she told me she was like, he makes me listen to you in the car. I was like a ringing endorsement. That kids going to grow up, right? Yeah. Both of them out to offer them. Yeah. Suspect, dinner table, like towns, isn't that nice? What do we want to play the. I don't know four hours that she's like, we talk about our day for once. He's like, you're talking over the MC hammer thought. Did you know he was worth one point? Five. Did you did you. Well, then. Damn asparagus. Baby just hang Heddon shame..

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"heddon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Had. Chocolate he was surrounded by toys The next step was for them to get on a plane, to go stay with a relative in another part of the. US while their asylum case was being processed but it's a small town that aren't a lot of flights so. They go to a shelter run by Catholic charity where they can spend. The night when they get there Henry is taking an every bit of his mom's attention like a. Sponge they're like in a in. A little dorm, room at this shelter and they're just sort of. Reacclimating they're like. In a bunk bed just Stickling Henry they're talking they're sort of. Like reacquainting themselves those are not Gaza So there's. This thing, that happens in Spanish there's two ways of saying, I love you there's they which means little love, you like I love you but it's, for things that. Are not necessarily permanent, and then there's Dama which is like I. Love you love you for like like I love you with a capital Ellen that's for, things that don't ever go away and you do not throw a damn around but you can say like the kid. Like a, little bit? Here wasn't MacOS and so Anita is telling, Heddon. Henry she's like, guess, what and he's like the, ghetto and she's. Like no. So she's like no I really. Love you go they've Any kind of, giggles. And he's like, thick, yeah don't like little love. You They. Will That went on late into, the evening but Then around eleven pm things sick bit of, turn Henry was still really excited And wasn't. Going to sleep anytime soon and one of the nuns came in to, kind of settle everyone down make sure. They had, everything they needed you, know for the next day leaving and Henry's like running all over the place right in this little room and he eventually Reaches for the TV almost like, he's gonna rip the TV off the. Wall so, the so this none, says oh don't touch that you know at the shelter it was actually sisters not nuns and He, just starts repeating. Don't touch, no touching no, touching no touching over and over again I Take him out of. Here No. Touch no touch no touch and, while he, was saying that I said he had to say that in.

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"heddon" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Fix the problem so today they announced something called centimeter card list which is a new feature that allows their customers to reserve tickets online even if their membership card hasn't arrived in the mail yet it's it's basically just you can log into the app and get like a use a digital card essentially to assail heddon provides you with like a temporary card numbers i think that's right yes so yeah they're they're people their ceo and the people the team that works for the company is basically saying like we realize that there's this huge demand and we want our customers to be able to jump in and actually use our service right away so we're introducing this plan where people can you know all subscribers right now it's available right the second with a paid account can select the movie and showtime through the app and use the digital one time only payment information that's associated with their account to finish their checkout process you know it could end up that cinema will be the survivor you know by next year the movie pass the parent company of movie pass their stock is like tumbled it's been pretty drastic and a lot of people are speculating how how much longer they can last i i just wonder you know if this company does go out of business or are they going to sell they have so many subscribers at this point movie pass like i would think that they would sell it to someone did i mean like i feel like it's not in there's also all these observers who have signed up for yearlong subscriptions no i i i think it's going to be an interesting situation if you know this does fail because i think someone would want that subscriber base maybe seeing them synomym maybe aim see someone yeah.

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"heddon" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Got him in the ring jodl the that point out anything jim ross knew he was a part of the match jim knew he was there but it was like you know what's there to talk to you know and vince was just like don't don't bother me now jr gotta match do but i don't think at that point jr knew that he was involved in the match so piper comes into the ring he's wearing a trenchcoat and hat takes the hat off than the trench coat the crowd pops they know the story this is back the wrestlemania on and roddy picks up the pipe and he acts like he's gonna hit vince but instead turns and hits hogan then he blows his nose on hogan and gets out of there vince crawls to hogan covers him hogan kicks out vince goes for the pipe but referee brian heddon tries to stop him so angry vents throws hefner out grabs the pipe again and motions for his referee so von to come down eventually referee mike sparks gets into it with savant on the floor and vance hogan with the pipe and drops a leg on him but only gets to count you know what's coming hogan hoax up delivers the three punches to still vaughn and then tosses them to the floor vince tross hit him with a double axe handle but it's too much for hulk he's hulking up man three punches the boot and then three leg drops gets them the pin hulk hogan and vince mcmahon with a handful of moves go nearly twenty one minutes here in a damn entertaining match and shane comes down from the back check on vince and hoke poses and there's no confrontation but it's hold a great story and the story here is.

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"heddon" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"heddon" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"But it can't compare even the brightest chimp with a brain that makes a rocket goes up to the moon and even mars where a little robot is crawling around taking photographs you say yourself there are all of these indications that you know if bumblebees can count and solve problems if trees can talk is it not the case that we are experimenting in the wrong way to discover the kind of intellectual describing i think up no doors opening to to think about the intellect him more and more different ways and at suddenly not an an example of being clever wise that we create a nuclear bombs and so forth it seems that we've had a disconnect between this clever brain and the human hearts love and compassion and i too you believe anywhere in heddon heart work in harmony can we achieve a true human potential but one aspect of us saw humanity that i think helps to sets us apart in this way is the fact that we communicate using these words 'and alot it's possible as you say that may be some of the animals will be shown to be able to communicate about events of the distant paused be they have a way of teaching their children about things that are not present maybe they can plan for the far distant future but one thing that we do which is so important we can discuss so we have a problem we can bring together people from different backgrounds and sit down and try to resolve the problem we not doing as well as we could in these days it's a pretty dangerous world where living in but that's i believe the fact that we at some point in our history developed language that's helped to push this explosive development at the intellect.

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