17 Burst results for "Hever"

"hever" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on Plant Strong

"You're working on that. it's gonna come out later. I think later this year. And i'd i'd love to get you back on the podcast when that book drops but give us a little teaser. Okay well. I'm excited about this. So called the View now diet and like my pockets that choosing podcast but both of these concepts emerged from my work my conversations with clients because my day job is working one on one with people to help them transform their diets and i do a lot of weight. Losses turned into a lot of weight loss transformations with the plant based diet. But the what happens when you talk about food and this is what makes next was about. It's all about how deeply me hersal and social. And i mean it's there's so much embedded into food. It's not just what we're eating. It's like our love. Our family our culture our religion our our history our every tight is always centered on food. So when i'm taking my claims on this journey of having very intimate conversations. But i love my work. I it so Hostile rewarding because deeply in their lives. And i'm rooting for them. And i'm like i had someone call me. He had a bag of mcdonald next to him and he had a. I had a talk among the legend mick throughout the mkx. Don't but it's so beautiful when you realize why eat certain things and like like if my data will let me talk like the stuff that comes up and really success on unhappy diet is just a series of small little micro successes so saying no to that saying yes to that and like choosing you over and over and over again and so my message to my clients are. You're not broken. you can have this. You can have whatever you want. You can have your. I do what you can have really good blood work. You could have whatever you want. You just have to choose it and the you choose it again and again and again i love it. I want to have a whole conversation with you just about that and the choose. You now podcast. When did.

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"hever" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on Plant Strong

"But i love to make a big batch of iced in the summer biscuits green tea. I have a great hypothyroid green tea that has mushrooms in it. But you would never know by tell you got the immune enhancing properties and it's so delicious. Make a huge batch of of ice tea to have on tap anyway have some sparkling water and whatever else you wanted okay. I'm loving. i'm loving this conversation. In what about spices. What are some of your go-to spices and hot sauces. Because you said you like it. Hot i mean like i when i was in thailand. I've got some very good friends in thailand. They can't believe i could out spicy bevan because they'll say that the restaurant they'll say tie spicy or spicy and my friends will say oh. She wants thais sprite. I like it hot..

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"hever" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on Plant Strong

"It's like they have. They're staring at the answer all the time and yet i don't know if it's a being rebellious or they just feel such an attachment to their to the old food so i'm going to transition so because you guys you have a quote in the health span solution in its. You will find your new favorite foods but it won't likely happen until after the old food has been off the plate for some time it's a transition you know. I've loved food. I consider myself a foodie. Like you know that's it matters to me. I'm passionate about food i want. I love my food. I love to enjoy and savor every bite. I'm like that's i built my entire career on food. And but you know it's an it's a chained when you're used to certain things when you're used to especially at hyper palpable palette. That most people are the standard western diet that is it's so like dopamine hitting and it so it lights up your brain certain way that transition to simpler whole foods takes a period of time and there's biochemistry and physiology to explain all this like not any broken bones. Broken were just used to eating a certain way. And i always like an to learning a new language. You learn a few new letters. In words you get a few new ingredients ingredients that you may be never tried and then you translate that into sentences and paragraphs with new recipes that you find your new favorite recipes that you love that. You should love your food. I think everyone don't don't if you hate brockton. Don't eat broccoli. There's a million other things that you've done and then you become fluent becomes your language. You look at the plate of different way. It's it's delicious. i love to eat and i. i always have a goal of. I used to have these big gatherings of. I'd have friends and family over and my goal was always to get everyone to leave very very full and very very happy and to and they still say. I can't believe there was no animal products you know that was like tenth and through their tummy. Rate like you do that. Really well too. It's like food matters. Well i was tell people. That's how i got a bunch of texas male firefighters to do this right by just taking their favorite foods and just plant strong applying them right right so so so as they said this is man tastic right so you said that i book you wrote it in six weeks..

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"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

"Your calendar market update for teased a night and wednesday. Morning twenty-first july grain markets took center stage and cattle futures once again corn and soybeans were up with hotter drier weather forecast in the corn belt while we gained on challenges out west corn futures closed twelve to sixteen cents higher july twenty two and then mostly two to six entire wall. Crop conditions held about steady sixty. Five percent of corn was in good or excellent condition for the week ending. July eighteenth according to usda's weekly crop progress report. That was the same as the previous week but four percent less than a year earlier soybean futures close ten to fifteen cents higher through seven twenty two and eight to nine cents higher with sixty percent of the crop in good or excellent condition which was one percent more than the previous week that nine percent less than the same week last year anyway. Cattle futures closed lower amid light trade. Fear cattle close. An average of eighty seven cents lower from seventeenth snaps. Lowered the back to a dollar five lower in spot. August live cattle closed in average of forty seven cents lower except for seventy three cents higher in the back contract. There is no health. Cash correction negotiated cash cattle trade range from a standstill to limited with very light demand through tuesday afternoon with packers apparently having enough cattle on time to buy their time. Wholesale beef prices continued lower as well choice. Box be cut out value as a dollar sixty cents lower tuesday afternoon at two hundred sixty four dollars and eighty eight cents. One hundred eight select was ninety one cents lower at two forty eight fifty eight also of note however steer byproduct value spiked eighty cents that thirteen dollars and ninety three cents one hundred weight. I can't remember the last time for single bay jump like that. It'll be interesting to figure out why as the market unfold. I had results press time for just tuesday auction steers in hever soil. Steady to five dollars higher at king's lock stock auction missouri. The gain was on weight lighter than seven hundred pounds and the roof. Just eleven hundred and sixty four head of feeder on offer remember. You can get week-to-week market trends and a summary and the free calf news prospal podcast which comes out each tuesday you'll find it a calf news dot net. Us finance lenses recovered. A majority portion of what was lost in the previous day steep sell off as investors seemed content to bet on the dip. The dow jones industrial average closed five hundred fifty points the smp five hundred closed sixty five points higher and the nasdaq was a two hundred and twenty four points across parts of the day or what. Researchers turn day parks the motivations for visiting restaurants revolving which necessitates restaurant operators refocus on how to target consumers says david porter latin food industry adviser for the npd group quality value and innovation will always be relevant to the consumer. He says that we also need to recognize that. In many ways the world has been mentally changed depending on new consumer rhythms of home school and work life. Recovery of each day part will be key with the restaurant. Industries recovery therefore defined. Day parks the morning meal. Want dinner in the pm snack or dinner suffer for those middleton depending on where you're from further the morning meal day part includes breakfast and morning snack periods online or fiscal visits for the morning meal day. Part for five percent lesson may than the same time last year and eleven percent less than two years earlier since morning. Meal visits or habitual recovery for the state part will depend on consumers returning to work places and schools according to n. p. b. lunch. Traffic was four percent last year over year in may and ten percent less than two years ago so recovery that part relies on more employees returning to work places as well as more midday such shopping visits during the dinner day part were five percent less than a year earlier and twelve percent less than two years ago according to npd recovery of this day part depends on restaurants ability particularly for full service restaurants to operate at toll capacity consumer comfort with diving in and more business and recreational travel will also aid in recovery on the other hand pm snack visits may or eight percent more than last year and three percent more than two years ago as more flexible work schedules were they. Parts operators need to innovate their food and beverage offerings to grow traffic in that particular day. Park say the folks overall total restaurant visits were twenty three percent year over year in may but six percent less.

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"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

"Your calendar market update for teased a night and wednesday. Morning twenty-first july grain markets took center stage and cattle futures once again corn and soybeans were up with hotter drier weather forecast in the corn belt while we gained on challenges out west corn futures closed twelve to sixteen cents higher july twenty two and then mostly two to six entire wall. Crop conditions held about steady sixty. Five percent of corn was in good or excellent condition for the week ending. July eighteenth according to usda's weekly crop progress report. That was the same as the previous week but four percent less than a year earlier soybean futures close ten to fifteen cents higher through seven twenty two and eight to nine cents higher with sixty percent of the crop in good or excellent condition which was one percent more than the previous week that nine percent less than the same week last year anyway. Cattle futures closed lower amid light trade. Fear cattle close. An average of eighty seven cents lower from seventeenth snaps. Lowered the back to a dollar five lower in spot. August live cattle closed in average of forty seven cents lower except for seventy three cents higher in the back contract. There is no health. Cash correction negotiated cash cattle trade range from a standstill to limited with very light demand through tuesday afternoon with packers apparently having enough cattle on time to buy their time. Wholesale beef prices continued lower as well choice. Box be cut out value as a dollar sixty cents lower tuesday afternoon at two hundred sixty four dollars and eighty eight cents. One hundred eight select was ninety one cents lower at two forty eight fifty eight also of note however steer byproduct value spiked eighty cents that thirteen dollars and ninety three cents one hundred weight. I can't remember the last time for single bay jump like that. It'll be interesting to figure out why as the market unfold. I had results press time for just tuesday auction steers in hever soil. Steady to five dollars higher at king's lock stock auction missouri. The gain was on weight lighter than seven hundred pounds and the roof. Just eleven hundred and sixty four head of feeder on offer remember. You can get week-to-week market trends and a summary and the free calf news prospal podcast which comes out each tuesday you'll find it a calf news dot net. Us finance lenses recovered. A majority portion of what was lost in the previous day steep sell off as investors seemed content to bet on the dip. The dow jones industrial average closed five hundred fifty points the smp five hundred closed sixty five points higher and the nasdaq was a two hundred and twenty four points across parts of the day or what. Researchers turn day parks the motivations for visiting restaurants revolving which necessitates restaurant operators refocus on how to target consumers says david porter latin food industry adviser for the npd group quality value and innovation will always be relevant to the consumer. He says that we also need to recognize that. In many ways the world has been mentally changed depending on new consumer rhythms of home school and work life. Recovery of each day part will be key with the restaurant. Industries recovery therefore defined. Day parks the morning meal. Want dinner in the pm snack or dinner suffer for those middleton depending on where you're from further the morning meal day part includes breakfast and morning snack periods online or fiscal visits for the morning meal day. Part for five percent lesson may than the same time last year and eleven percent less than two years earlier since morning. Meal visits or habitual recovery for the state part will depend on consumers returning to work places and schools according to n. p. b. lunch. Traffic was four percent last year over year in may and ten percent less than two years ago so recovery that part relies on more employees returning to work places as well as more midday such shopping visits during the dinner day part were five percent less than a year earlier and twelve percent less than two years ago according to npd recovery of this day part depends on restaurants ability particularly for full service restaurants to operate at toll capacity consumer comfort with diving in and more business and recreational travel will also aid in recovery on the other hand pm snack visits may or eight percent more than last year and three percent more than two years ago as more flexible work schedules were they. Parts operators need to innovate their food and beverage offerings to grow traffic in that particular day. Park say the folks overall total restaurant visits were twenty three percent year over year in may but six percent less.

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"hever" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hever low etcetera provided blue, who was one of the last the last great star of Jose's team that we're still working for. Charlie O Finley. He wanted to get out of there. When I spoke to spoke to buy the blue for the book, You contrast it. Working for Finley and pitching for Bob Lourie. Legislative Pity for Bob Laurie was a much better experience for the grade that the greater the cell phone when he comes over, Jack Clark. You know, Go ahead. As we said, You can't forget the 350,000. They went to Charlie Finley, too. That's right, but it was worth it. It was worth it to get to get vital Blue. Jack Clark, Darrell Evans. Mike idea outside of the hitting stars of that team, feel mad luck and moved over to second base and, of course, willing to Coby has a bit of an off year. But was the connection to the past and beginning to root the Giants no longer history in San Francisco he'd signed as a free agent before the 77th season after brief, so Jordan with the Padres and NBA's for a few weeks. So here it is 78. It's a great pennant race. The Giants falter towards the end of it, and then baseball kind of stagnates a little bit until we get to 82. Here comes Joe Morgan's kind of the last day of the season to sort of leave a good taste in everyone's mouth for 82. But it's Bob Lourie. Now he's a sole owner. But herself is gone. And now it's 1982. And here we are still at Candlestick. That's right and already by 80 by the early eighties, there these stories every year in the off season. On the one hand, will the Giants trade for this person or signed that free agent once free agency takes root, But also where are they going to play? This talk about domain Candlestick Park, which would have been terrible and expensive idea. The constant struggle to find a new stadium and in the middle of this veteran team in 82 contracted with the younger team in 78, led by manager Frank Robinson. It's it's still the penetrates on the last weekend of the season. They get knocked out by the Dodgers on Friday night, And on Sunday, Joe Morgan hits a big three run home run to put the Giants ahead and to knock the Dodgers out of the race, and the significance of that is that between 19 I mean, after they went to the playoffs in 71, we're back in 87. But for that interim years, they never This was a highlight, knocking the Dodgers out of the playoffs. And it was almost like getting to the playoffs ourselves. And I'd like to show that you every chance to watch the video on YouTube. It ends with a great shot of Tommy Lasorda, just with his hands, his head in his hand and despair, no giant fan already any giant. They will enjoy that. It's a great great book, honestly, remembrance of what was going on during that period of time. So they say starts in 76. It goes to 92. So much happened. The Giants and their city. Lincoln Mitchell is the author. Major League Baseball in San Francisco. 76 to 92. Alright, so 82 ends and now we go through sort of the barren period one more time. Until the new general manager manager comes in. That's right. The Giants needed and had too much step because it was very sick, Depressing, but 83 80 45 or the worst years since before John McGraw was hot with work, it was managing The New York Times. You go back. The early not very, very early part of the 20th century, and the team is just terrible veterans who are have left their best years in another city prospects really aren't prospects and in the late 85 Laurie has had enough fires them at fired the general manager and he brings in Al Rosen, who had always wanted he told me to come. He thought he was the right guy. Roses available. He comes in. Rosen fires the manager and brings in Roger Craig and those to begin to turn the team around, not least with the attitude. Spring training of 86 early late 85. Thanks to anybody six. They bring the team together and say We're not complaining about Candlestick Park anymore. We're going to make this our biggest strength, which, of course, it always could have been their biggest strength because business players hated coming to campus department. They bring a winning attitude, and they bring in a in a smart, too smart baseball minds and they also 1986. They have a rookie first space, and they've got no production at a first or second base in 18 45. At 86 Opening day. Will Clark is the lineup leading off and playing first base Will Clark is probably the best giant player of this period, and Robbie Thomas was playing second they opened up in the Houston Master Dome. Not known, has a hitter's ballpark. And will Clark leads off the season with a home run up Nolan Ryan, and that was a real statement, and from that point on joint to that some bad teams, but they've never been a laughing stock they way they were in the 83 to 85 or the 75 76 period. That really set the tone and it moves them in a much more positive direction. Well, they make the playoffs in 87 a tough loss to the Cardinals of for the pennant 89. Of course, they end up winning the pennant and go to the World Series, and now we've got the earthquake. But sort of along that way. Bob Blurry is still trying to get a new stadium and can't get it done, which is sort of what's going to happen over the next three years. With Bob Lourie, so just touch on that briefly because it's part of the history of the San Francisco Ball Club. That's right. And there really to inter touring strands here One is trying to find a permanent home. But the second story the team on the field. They go to the voters in 87 in San Francisco, which an initiative to build a ballpark in the kind of Potrero Hill area. And and It's also coincides with the mayor's race, which in which the kind of progressive Democrat are Agnos, It doesn't isn't for the ballpark. He thinks it's the wrong location. It's kind of not whether progressive politics are He wins and with him brings down the ballpark initiative, so the ballpark loses. They don't get that. But now Agnos is the mayor, and he can't be the mayor who loses a giant so he wants the new ballpark and in 89, they put a package together. I don't know if you if you were listening to know that the geography San Francisco they had the crazy idea of putting a ballpark essentially a third in King Street, which is exactly where the ball park is now. So they have this idea. They talked about the home runs a splash hits all of that. As a kind of looking at this site again. They put it on the ballot. This time, of course, the mayor mayor diagnosis behind it and supporting it. But it was a very, very close election and many people, including about blurry, and Cori Bush, who I talked about talking exactly through this book, both those guys said. You know, we would have won, if not for the earthquake, which really got people hesitate again, and they were at the anti ballpark. People were able to make an argument. You know, we can't build a ballpark when people we have to help people, even those different tools of money. Now, of course, we have no way of knowing if that's true, That's certainly Lot of people around. The Giants believe that and after that Laurie kind of throws up his hands and spend the next few years really particular after losing the World Series, the sense of even though it's a very good team, it feels like the moment has gone and he begins to explore moving down the peninsula. But that doesn't work out either because the voters there reject the initiatives, and that's how you get to 92 when they're almost out the door to town. Well, we'll stop there. We know we know they're here and we know Peter McAllen and the number of people Larry Bear put the coalition together to save the team. And then we know what happens after that, But The book is the Giants in their city. Obviously, Lincoln has a great passion for this period of time and Lincoln..

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"hever" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"This country. They were fed up room swabs, hacks and moon bats. Beware. It's Howie Carr. Welcome back so right before the show started today, I got a call from a friend of mine in Boston, and he said that there was a police report out from Christmas Eve. About the district attorney of Suffolk County. And he said Turtle boy sports dot com It's a blogged good block. Great bog had the report and they were gonna print it. And so I I see the report now on Turtle boy Sports, and we have on the line with us. Rachel Rollins, the district attorney of Suffolk County and Turtle Boy himself, and let me just read you. The headline here. D a Rachel Rollins cut off and threatened Woman use blue lights to go through a red light in state vehicle while leaving mall on Christmas Eve, according to Boston police report. I'll just read just one paragraph here. Just so so Rachel Rollins could respond and we'll put the turtle boy on his well complaint called an alleged that on Christmas Eve about 1:30 P.m.. She was operating a vehicle in South Bay Mall parking lot towards massive exit when another vehicle cut her off there, stop and shop. Lawson described. The other vehicle is a black doubt Chevy Tahoe with mass Reg the license. She described the operator as possibly being Hispanic or Cape Verdean female thirties to mid forties. Wearing a Navy blue dad cap and hooded sweatshirt, Lawson alleged woman yelled at her, including today is not the day to try me. Exclamation point. The woman this is the police report. The woman then activated emergency lights and exited the parking lot, failing to stop for a red light on mass app while holding a cell phone to her ear. So before we, uh I asked the district attorney if you wanted. I first reached out to Turtle boy, and he said he'd come on. And then I reached out to the D A. And I said that Do you want to come on with Turtle boy? Or you wanted come on after him or before him, And she said she she was willing to come on with Turtle boy. And I don't know how confident he's just got the report. But Rachel Rollins district attorney of Suffolk County, thanks again for being with us and what happened here. Of course, our happy New year. Happy New, So let me can I just start by saying this is not a Boston police report. So words matter, guys, This is a citizen's complaint report. So when you use words like Boston police report, that means I call 911. The police come out. They speak to everyone. They look at stuff and then they write something down as an objective person who has investigative skills. And you know, it's a document. It's usually used as a You know what exhibit But it does say Boston Police Department. It says Boston Police Department complaint report underneath it, So look closely. Um and tonight, Howie, I'm gonna write one that says. Howie Carr exposed themselves to elderly people and one that turtle boy sexually assaulted a feline and that will be out there, right And you guys will have to fight that. You know, ghost of just an allegation of something that happened on Boston police letterhead that you can type in whatever you want to type there, so that's number one. Number two, according to this woman, I apparently in my time patrolling the South Bay Mall with my lights and sirens on threatening people and pretending to issue tickets. Have have either you or Mr Boy or Turtle. I don't know what he goes by Hever bend to the South Fame. All it is a haven for emotionally disturbed people and people with substance use disorder. And I made you know the bad mistake of going to stop and shop that day. So what I can tell you is in stand still profit. We literally it took me six minutes to move. Ah, 100 yards, so anything she was Christmas Eve. Exactly how we There was a standstill. Traffic on mass ab and standstill traffic there. So you know, according to Maury Povich, the lie Detector said that was alive. Right. So what happened here is this person apparently was driving very erratically in the parking lot. Screech to a halt and then jerked forward and almost came coming into the wrong way of traffic. Hit my car, but in a bizarre way was coming, like three miles an hour per inch. So almost like a fish called Wanda, so I beat They don't pay attention to be. They don't pay attention as they're coming closer and closer to my car, going the wrong way and traffic while we're stand still in traffic. Multiple beats at a time. I then hit a siren that goes in her head snaps up and I say Stop! You're in the wrong role of traffic. And go back to my life. That is the extent of that encounter. There is absolutely no truth to me putting blue lights on and flying around South bay like Howie. I'm here because you know I like you, but this is you know, it's it's really eye opening to me that unsubstantiated allegation. Is now resulting in my Children being scared by the media outside of our house, and it must be wonderful to just be able to write whatever you want. Not only investigated there's no level of investigative journo. Who is this person, you know, I don't know, Mr Boy here. Let eternal boy responding. You could explain who he is. Okay, Go ahead. Well, first you call me eating, but I guess now you know how Brett Kavanaugh feels that an unsubstantiated allegation coming from a white woman that can seriously cause damage to you? So now I hope you understand how that feels. What? I think I'm here right now. I mean, I wasn't there. I totally do. Yeah. Go ahead. Okay, So now what? I'm here for you. I wasn't there. This is what this person says happening. I think you're splitting here is whether or not a police reporter, she put it for the average citizen. All you know is you see Boston letterhead. This woman apparently thinks it's serious enough to go to the police and what I'm seeing right now in her statement about being afraid to come forward. What I just heard from you is exactly why she's afraid to come forward because you just insinuated that she's some sort of substances. Has a substance abuse problem because you said that the bad part of town or whatever, and then there's people down there that have alcohol problem with your victim Sharing with what I'm saying is her driving was erratic. I wouldn't have even noticed this woman if she didn't Drive the wrong way in traffic and almost hit my car and the siren the lights would do nothing because her head was enough. It's the siren to get her attention. And I just I want you to understand Agent at as the chief law enforcement officer in Suffolk, Tony, which is Boston, Chelsea.

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"hever" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Later on, it's bold Ventures, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. But first with a page right out of the red scare. It's I was a Communist for the FBI program, Syndicated in 1952 grew out of the red Scare of the late 19 forties and early fifties starring Dana Andrews has an undercover agent Matt Semetic, who infiltrated the top levels of the Communist Party and reported back to the FBI so that I could realize Double Asian had written historian, books and National magazine articles in the mid 19 forties. And taking the Andrews gave a convincing performance in the radio version. The stories were packed with tension producing plots within plots as semantics. Relationships within the party change program was good radio entertainment, drumming up its anti red propaganda right down to synthetics, inevitable parting shot. I was a Communist for the FBI. I walk along. Let's take that walk with Matt Semetic as we return now to those fabulous days of yesteryear with I was a Communist for the FBI and treason comes in cans from 1952, another classic radio program from the Archives of Yesteryear. Agent Booth. I'm missed. The shadow knows Spread. Alan Shally, folks. Laughter of Duff East Hever, Helen. Trend of every way way Can you top this suspense in the Whistler Send those shivers of us by It's a local diner. I wish that he was Jack Armstrong Murder Marching aside and Andy are longer term dialing in the past Smiling way. Delicious Rodeo Rodeo Dodea does radio missing so I was a communist for the FBI. Starring Dana Andrews, and an exciting tale of danger and espionage. I was a communist for the FBI. From the actual records and authentic experiences of maths of Eric. How many of the incidents in this unusual story here is our star Dana Andrews, at Maps of Eric Open eye and Fantastic years, lived as a Communist for the FBI. For nine years,.

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"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

"Recently expanded cme limits offered extra rain. Live cattle futures close in average of two dollars and ninety cents. Lower fear cattle futures closed an average of three dollars and sixty seven cents lower. Choice box be cut out. Value is twenty nine cents lower Monday afternoon at two, hundred, nine dollars and seventy four cents. One hundred weight. So what was a dollar? Sixty eight lower at one? Ninety, one, eighty, four? And Fear Cal prices were mixed that mainly lower and sharply lower in some cases at the weekly Monday auctions monitored by cal current. Year steer sold three to eight dollars lower at Oklahoma national stockyard. Here heifers traded want to five dollars lower steer castle steady on improved quality while hever. Castle steady two, three dollars lower. There are sixty, eight, hundred head on offer. Steer Hever Castle seven to twelve dollars lower at Joplin regional stockyards in Missouri. yearling sold three eight dollars lower their forty, eight, hundred, twenty, six on offer. At Sioux. Falls Regional South Dakota fierce. Dear soul steadied to five dollars lower yearling heifers traded three to five dollars lower with instances of five to ten dollars lower at seven hundred and fifty, eight, hundred, fifty pounds there twenty, three, hundred, twelve, head offer. Steer soul steady to five dollars higher at Tri. State Livestock Auction and McCook Nebraska were two thousand and sixty five hundred heifers train steady to nine dollars higher. Finally, there is no trend for the first calf special of the season at winter livestock in Pratt Kansas. But the AMS reporter they're noted that weaned calves sold five to seven dollars higher than non Wayne Pearce. Nationwide pasture range conditions continued to road last week according to the latest USDA crop progress report for the week ending October eighteenth. Twenty percent of pastor range was rated in good or excellent condition compared to forty three percent the prior year. Forty four percent was rated in poor or very poor condition compared to twenty seven percent at the same time last year. Also with potential in mind seventy, seven percent of winter wheat was planted, which was three percent more than last year and five percent more than the average fifty. One percent was emerged, which was one percent more than last year and three percent more than the average as Perot. Props. Harvest is entering the last lap of the season. Sixty percent of corn was harvested, which was thirty, two percent more than last year and seventeen percent more than average sixty. One percent was rated as good excellent, which was five percent more than last year. Corn futures closed mostly want to three cents higher. Similarly seventy five percents. Soybeans were harvested, which was thirty five percent more than last year and seventeen percent more than average. Soybean futures closed closely three to four cents higher across the front after the board on Monday and then mostly fractionally higher to opinion higher. Grain futures continued to be supported by US exports, as well as by expanding dry conditions globally and report of the significantly depleted crop in Russia. Major. US. Financial Emphasis dropped Monday beneath the weight of increasing corona virus cases and continued uncertainty about the ability to come to terms on another round of economic stimulus. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed four hundred and ten points lower the S. and P. Five, hundred closed fifty, six points lower and the Nasdaq was now one, hundred, ninety, two point. Despite the rising number of cattle feed front and supplies defined as the number of cattle on feed for more than one hundred, fifty days diminished for the third consecutive month according to analysts, with US gays economic, research service in the latest monthly livestock dairy and poultry outlook. Analysts explained the in front end supply is the result of the improving pace of cattle slaughter, which was faster than a year ago for the last two months and above the five-year average. They say that faster pace and the ample supply fed heavier weight are behind higher expected over year-over-year beef production in the third quarter. Even, so they had the firm demand and higher wholesale prices than a year ago are likely supporting packer margins. He R S increased expected five area direct good price for the fourth quarter by five dollars to one hundred and nine dollars. One hundred weight. Projections for the first quarter next year increased by six dollars to one thirteen and buy three dollars in the fourth quarter to one ten. asper feeder steers basis Oklahoma City e R s increased expectations for the fourth quarter by three dollars two hundred and forty three dollars. The annual average price for next year increased by two dollars two, hundred, thirty, nine dollars. Cal Kelkar market update for Monday night and Tuesday morning the twentieth of October..

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"hever" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"hever" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Is the fifth through group, and that's about one to two ounces a day, and then finally six of daily threes would be minute activities are not necessarily a food but does food groups. All have unique nutritional properties in health promoting properties that I like people to kind of focus on making sure that that's where they prioritize I every day and that's what they think about every day. At such a great way to look at it I the six daily three. You you've spoken about it. Let's say for people that are trying to helpfully hopefully, lose some weight. You've spoken about dietary restriction without malnutrition, which is really important. Can you explain that in what you mean exactly by that? Yes. It's so interesting. Okay. So I literally went around the world defending the adequacy of plant based Diet for twelve years. You're like, no, you can't get your because of my experience in what everyone says, you can get your proteins and that was with the basis of a lot of my lectures were and TV interviews all of that. And when I stumbled upon that health span literature, which is what this book kind of centers around the all the only way we ever actually extended health span and longevity in every model organism tested from yeast to our primates, cut my primate. A dietary perspective is with what you said it dietary restriction without malnutrition. In fact, it looks like it's the dietary essential amino acids the protein restriction that seems to help enhance health span longevity. So interestingly, perhaps one of the reasons, the many reasons that a plant based diet is so effective at promoting long term health is because of what it naturally restricts or limits which was kind of mind-blowing if you think about it like that. But in terms of weight loss. So that's just in general about help in terms of weight loss know I have a whole now It's more you have to create a deficit. There's no way around that but I also recommend the dietary restriction without malnutrition for everyone because there seems to be a lot of benefit just with that alone just eating less less frequently and. Stuff that we always did naturally but because we've never lived in times of such abundance food is everywhere on all twenty four seven, we're bombarded with food messaging so. You know it's changed. Our environment is changed and we haven't adapted to that change yet, and that's why we're seeing so much worldwide obesity and chronic disease, and probably why viruses taking such a toll as because of all these co morbidity, it's it's interesting times. And people. are obsessed with the macro I. Say at least if you're going to be obsessed about something that least be obsessed with the Micros but people, you know squash the industry's done a great job getting. Obsessed with protein. So when you're on, let's say doctor Ause and you have like forty five seconds to tell someone that there's enough protein in a plant based Diet. What's your pitch? What's it sound like? Well it's that's changed a lot over the years as well. Impact my clip is on you could see Roy said Oh it's approaching party in the plant through all of the is there so much property not a problem. So I have a lot of different pitches I could do on protein it's such a hotly contested topic. Let me sum it up into this term and talk about this health span solution. We also talk about it in eighty skype seats in the second division. We call it macro confusion, and the best example of that is a study I. Believe it was two years ago. I think it was two thousand eighteen and it was a review study and the conclusion of the title both was. Both low carb diet and high. CARB? Diets increase. Mortality. What do you do that information with the moderate carbon? So it's just literally no reason for us to use biochemistry and what is it? CARB is not a group group. I've had a meeting this a carbon are not a boo group for years because. If you look everyone thinks of a potato at the car break any people think, oh, I don't eat I've tried carbs video will potatoes actually have a better amino acids or than ninety percent lean beef. So, how does that make it a car but you know it's essential amino acids. It's got all those other things like. Putting them into those categories is lunacy and we've gotten so spiraled out of control it doesn't serve any purpose. You don't need to count anything. That's what I'm really trying to get the conversation back to foods that people can identify and can think about an actual practical terms. Okay. So we need to call a potato are protein food because. Food is. It's the start Estelle. It's potato starch It's not a not a protein all food. Ratio of protein carbs and fat the only time you get obscure car that's white sugar. A pure fat is will but other than that most immediate will had like protein and fat but most all a whole foods has some ratio of all three of those and it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. You could do you could be held the. Vegan, low carb diet at like high raw diet, you could be healthy on a very low fat more. got a starch diet. There are so many ways to be healthy has nothing to do the macronutrients. That's why there's so much confusion. That's why there's so much research people debating back and forth 'cause it doesn't matter is it's the wrong direction end we've gone so deep into it that we just need some help yourselves out and start to look back food I. think that's the beauty really of of you saying why? We don't need to count is because every hole food that is alive has all three macronutrients because it was a lot right you need all humans we need all three macronutrients. We didn't get one of them entirely and completely out we would die. So it's like it's it's just a beautiful thing that they're really it's it's the math is already made easy for us in nature it already has all three. So just eat. Just eat beautiful colorful food. It's like mushrooms. Nazis herbs and spices an infant tasty combinations. I also say the Rainbow Every day you WanNa have plenty of color because those colors those pigments themselves in the vegetables and whatever else reading those represent a whole host of gorgeous fired nutrition that have ulcers of health promoting properties like anti inflammation and Decreasing whisper cancer and cardiovascular disease bone protective heart protective. So many different things and they're all represented by the color pigments themselves..

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"hever" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hever" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"And content that you will get. We've got laws of shows waiting for you including videos, all of our interviews we do every week, and you can see this interview in person as a Patriot member. So pleased Gaza put there and one of the big perks that you get as an inside a plus member is you get a shoutout in the show and I just WanNa say a massive. Thank you to. Our latest patio members they are caroline. Son Does only instagram at the Salon Djeddai Elizabeth Kempson only instagram at E.. K.. H. Education and Hever Robinson on Instagram at head Robertson Dot had thank you guys for becoming a page on. Thank you to all of a pay John's, and if you're not a Peijiang than do come and join us that we would love to welcome you in to are insiders group. Moving into this week's podcast we've. Got Christina Russell. Host of the Color Christina talks podcast award-winning billion had colors. She's currently the Australian Ha Expo color technician of the year, and she is a finalist in a cat scan of. Independent educator of the year two, thousand and twenty twenty one Australian industry awards. So in today's PODCAST, we'll learn why she's created a podcast and then one she's created podcast how she's gone about. In it. So if this is saint that you feel is going to be really beneficial to you. Are you interested in Creighton a podcast? Then this is going to have so many takeaway tips for you, and we will also learn about Christina the colorist and her independent education business fit so well, together, one of the results from what she's learning from it. Well, I'm telling you Christina is truly inspirational when it comes to digital ibe of learned so. Much from her impressed by the way, she's marked in of impressed by the way that she's really grabbing the new age media. This go is really really good Capelle council great, and you can have a fantastic lesson on every think the is digital podcasting and color education. I know many of you are educators and many of you really are interested in podcast in. So let's go to it. Today's podcast with Christina. Russell.

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"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hever" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

"Two dollars lower with twenty eight, hundred, seventy, nine, hit on offer feeder have restricted steady steer castle steady two three dollars higher while Hever Castle. Two to six dollars higher finally, feeder steers and heifers traded mostly steady to two dollars lower on comparable sales at two he lost auction and Texas Steering Hever Castle steady the five dollars higher there, eighteen, hundred and seventy, three head on offer. Except for the Tech Sector Major. US. Financial indices closed lower Thursday pressured by the expected but historic decline in second quarter. GDP. Real Gross Domestic Product decreased at an annual rate of thirty two point nine percent in the second quarter according to the advance estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Real GDP in the first quarter decreased five percent. The Dow Jones Industrial Average close two hundred and twenty five points lower. The S. and P. Five hundred closed pro points lower but the Nasdaq was up forty four points. The potentially the heated debate and hectic work related to enhancing price discovery cash bid Cala markets reached a crossroads this week, the National Canal's Beef Associations Live Cattle Marketing Committee, and the NCP Board of directors unanimously passed policy that supports voluntary efforts to improve cash fit cal trade during the next ninety days with the potential for mandate in the future if robust regional cash trade numbers. Aren't reached by the industry specifically according to the organization's resolution and CBA supports a voluntary approach that one increases frequent and transparent negotiated trade to regionally sufficient levels to achieve robust price discovery determined by NC be funded and directed research in major caffeine regions and second includes triggers to be determined by a working group of NC be a producer leaders by October first of this year. The resolution goes on to say that if the voluntary approach doesn't achieve robust price discovery as determined by NCP funded and directed research and meet the established triggers that increase frequent and transparent negotiated trade to regionally sufficient level. Then NC, BA will pursue a legislative or regulatory solution determined by the membership. That resolution came after intense debate and more than six hours of wrangling not to mention the years of effort leading up to it including the research reference in the resolution as an aside depending on cash trade levels deemed sufficient in each region. There are a number of ways to achieve a deeper pool of cash fed cattle data everything for modifying the approach to confidentiality in livestock mandatory reporting, which is up for reauthorization and timber. To bid the grid based prices to a number of other voluntary options mentioned in the recent USDA boxed beef and fed cattle price spread investigation report, Stephen King's agricultural economist to Colorado State University previously outlined many of those options and his ongoing research nc be a President Marty Smith says the policy is the result of every state cattlemen's association coming together to work through their differences and finding solutions that meet the needs of their members. All of whom agree that our industry needs more robust price discovery. He adds that the policy provides all players in the industry the opportunity to achieve that goal without seeking government mandate..

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"hever" Discussed on When in Spain

When in Spain

09:50 min | 3 years ago

"hever" Discussed on When in Spain

"I've enlisted the help of wine lovers wine experts, Luke Derek hot and rookie Madrid. And in the episode, I had loaned to their wine. Shop quite close to Plath on my own in the Spanish capital. The shops cord Madrid and darach out, of course. And well, we talk about the history of Spanish wine, the various wine regions of Spain, the DO's the styles, and really talk about our general appreciation for Spanish wine, Luke, and rock will be giving a little bit of advice about what to try how to order way you should go if you want to visit some wineries here in Spain. And they talk about their background in wine, how they came to open their own wine. Shop selling their favorite Spanish wines. Join the episode, of course, we also crack open a bottle and do. Little bit of wine tasting ourselves even though it was recorded at about ten thirty in the morning. So if you into Spanish wine, this episode has book they thought, oh a little bit of everything for Spanish wine fans before we get to that, first couple of announcements, I'd like to make I've decided to include a new segment in the one in Spain podcast of decided to call it. Komo city, which is Spanish for how do you say? And at the end of each episode, I'm going to look at a little bit a little bit of Spanish language and specifically a few pieces of vocabulary or a few phrases or expressions that relate to the episodes. It's not going to be some kind of exhaustive, Spanish less than nothing like that. There's already millions and millions of Pokhara south f- letting Spanish, but I thought it could be used for to focus in on a couple of pieces of Spanish language that might be useful and that crop up some. Times in the podcast episodes. I know many of you listeners are already speak Spanish, but also many of you don't or many of you may speak Spanish, but may not know lots of little colloquialisms very specific vocabulary. So anyway, that's the idea. I'm going to trial it for few weeks. You guys let me know via the Facebook group if you like it. So I one coming up at the end of this episode, and of course, it's going to be about wine, just before we get boozy. I'd like to give a quick shoutout and a big thank-you to new when in Spain patrons as Zach heart Quincy Morgan and Heather bellsa hope I pronounced your name correctly. So Zach Quincy and Hever a big big. Thank you, a helping to support the show by pledging your donation, and if anyone else also enjoys when, in Spain then please do you consider making a small donation via the crowd funding. Website patriot. You can donate at patriarch dot com forward slash went in Spain. Patriot dot com forward slash went in Spain. We currently have seventeen patrons, I believe supporting the show making a small regulatory nations to help cover the costs of production and publishing the show. And of course my time as well. So we have seventeen I would love to try and get twenty or twenty five maybe during the next couple of months. And I guess with the ultimate goal of trying to get fifty patrons, supporting the one in Spain poker. So if you think it's worth it. If you enjoy listening and you could spare one or two dollars to support the show, paycheck dot com when in Spain. So let's get on with the part of the show that you're actually here for our Spanish wine one, oh, one guide with Luke, and Roxy after say, we had quite a few laughs during the recording and quite a few interruptions of deliveries of wine, so sorry about that. But I think it's a fun episode. And hopefully interesting and useful. So here we go silent..

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"hever" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"hever" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lane and go up just like they would do in the the the high speed lane. And trying to go fifty vehicles up and then try to cut in from the the lamp to get back into the two lanes that are going to continue on. I wouldn't doubt that one bit. Let me see here in other quickly from the E mail bag from Tom Steve is a regular listener to your program for many years now in a central states retiree who resides in Illinois. And less. I hear Marian Freddie on your program. I'm completely in the dark about the future of the pension checks. Could you maybe forward my name Demaria n- Hever asked me to be her Facebook friend or maybe an Email contact? So I I've got someone I can talk to about this. All right. Thank you so much. All right, Tom. I'll see what I can do. Tom, illinois. You're supposed to be getting those letters just like all the other. Retirees with pension get aren't you? Are you not getting those or? All right about a minute before we hit news update time after which we'll get back to your calls. Monte check in. He heard his name mentioned. I guess his ears are burning right? We have US Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska. Has reintroduced to build it provides some relief from the hours of service regulations to livestock haulers, specifically, the transporting livestock across America safety AC accent Bill twelve fifty five introduced on Tuesday of this week. And it's in response to the E L D mandate. It says the legislation would provide that hours of service and L D requirements are. It applicable until after drivers travels more than three hundred air miles from their source. Drive time for hours of service purposes, would not start until after that three hundred air mile threshold there several other things in the mix, but we're pretty much right up against the clock with news update here as we hit the bottom of the hour on a Friday morning toll-free. It's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five here on America's trucking network. At bluecross blueshield, our companies.

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"hever" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"hever" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Popular with curious foodies and vegetarians vegans now, she says. It's popular with meat eaters, who are watching their cholesterol. And wait they love this burger because they don't feel like they're compromising eating a black bean burger that has zero comparisons to speak. That's exactly what impossible foods, and it's competitor beyond meat want. People to feel Chuck view chief growth officer at beyond meat says instead of marketing plant based burgers vegetate. Vegans his company is trying to woo meat eaters is a much bigger target audience. So from an economic perspective, you know, roughly or over a third of consumers today are meat reducers. In other words, mediators who are cutting down on how much meat they eat beyond made its debut in 2016 at whole foods at the meat counter, right next to packages of real ground beef. Now, it's available in more than thirteen thousand grocery stores. And it's on the menu at Carl's junior and burger fi-. It's competitor impossible foods launched the same year at a restaurant owned by celebrity chef David Chang, melanie's the Avar tell me global food analyst at the market research firm Mintel says the appearance of this new non meat meet in places is a key ingredient in the company's strategies, this is really making these brands in particular, really approachable and really stand out for consumers US cells of plant based proteins like the burgers. We'll reach. Five billion dollars by next year. According to the plant based food association that's around nine times more than twenty twelve health conscious. Twenty and thirty somethings are driving the growth of our tell me says impossible burger and beyond meet our marketing their plant based products as more than just food their environmental messaging and really talking about the amount of water and land and resources that their products are saving. It's okay to have a plant based burger if you think it's helping save the world says plant based dietitian Juliana Hever. Just don't expect it to keep you healthy. She says she's working more and more with non meat eaters who are starting to end up with the same health issues as meat eaters, because they're consuming plant based products that are engineered to mimic meet all these different compounds that we're trying to avoid by eating a plant based diet were eating by consuming. This animals free version of it. It could take years of science to know for sure ever says meanwhile, impossible burger has. Just launched version to plano of its product the company says it'll be in grocery stores soon and beyond meat has also launched plant based sausage that the company says.

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"hever" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"hever" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But also, those support healthy blood flow to the brain through the coronary arteries in the armies our kidneys, which you'll help her kidneys work better. And so forth. I also want to have her take the glucose gel too large. So she can take fifteen day five five and five each meal. I'd also have her take again, those NSM tablets. We'll do the same thing from a different direction. She also needs her stay natural capsules Okita called stay restored for mercy, natural division, and all of these will support major pair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bones. And let's see your vitamin d three because I'm sure she doesn't get out in the bikini four hours a day, her body weight and age eighty years old. So he needs to get three of the are vitamin d tree capsule. Three times a day, the three bottles a month. And for pain and Hever use our new hemp FX product sues as oh THE isn't a pumped bottle can get a little couple of little bottles of our aromatherapy all blend called trauma. How T R A AMA put four or five drops to the trauma while and a half a teaspoon of the sushi. Rub that underneath her backup around her neck in the first four or thrashing, very her knees, and he plays societas pain muscle groups, and so forth, and then call us every caller people every couple of weeks. She will be a great testimony even at eighty years old the body the human body responds when you give it the raw material, we are built to repair cells. So we need raw materials to Tammy the number to call in case you missed some of this one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four text and tweets Tom has one for you, doc, what do you have tummy this one coming in from Sam a tweet from Sam, I need something for depression is Adderall good. Need some help? Please. Oh boy. Well, I don't like prescription drugs because you only treat the symptoms. They don't get right down to the basic because and so I like our uplift, which is our encapsulated CBD 'cause we've added things to it. Okay. Added things to it. It actually increase your ability to function. Okay. Neurologically without getting high without getting high while there's no THC in her hip. Okay. We are totally one hundred percent THC free where legal in all states. But this this uplift division, which is in the soft gel capsules are CBD oil. Plus has got a half a dozen other things that had to it herbs and so forth and actually increase the function of the brain people who have anxiety people who have things like oh, depression, make depression, bipolar tax. Yeah. It's amazing. What this will do very good. And what what was the name of that again, doc, okay? It's called uplift is part of a hemp affects division it's hard capsules. But this goes along they.

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"hever" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hever" Discussed on KTOK

"But also, those support healthy blood flow to the brain through the coronary arteries in the army's our kidneys, which you'll hover Kinney's work veterans so forth. I also want to have her take the glucose gel to large violence among. So she can take fifteen day five five and five each meal. I'd also have her take again, those NSM tablets, what do the same thing from a different direction. Schaulson needs her stay natural capsules okay to called stay restored. From her say natural division. And all of these will support maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae bones. And let's see your vitamin d three because I'm sure she doesn't get out in the bikini four hours a day at her body weight and age eighty years old. So he needs to get the three of the are vitamin d tree capsules three times a day, the three bottles a month. And for pain and Hever use our new hamp-. FX product sues as OT H E isn't a pump bottle and get a little couple of little bottles of our aromatherapy, all blend called trauma, L T R A may put four or five drops to the trauma while and a half a teaspoon of the sushi rub down on her knees. Her back up around her neck in the first four or thrashing, very her knees, and he plays societas pain muscle groups, and so forth, and then call us every caller people every couple of weeks. She will be a great testimony. Even at eighty years old the body the human body responds when you give it the Roman chill. We are built to repair cells. So we need raw materials and Tammy the number to call.

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