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"hiller" Discussed on WTOP
"Get one 27. She was expressed. I'm Ross crystal. Netflix has ordered a still untitled comedy series which stars Kristen Bell, pointing to variety of the series from executive producers Aaron foster and Steve levitan, focuses on the unlikely relationship between the reverend outspoken agnostic woman played by bell and an unconventional rabbi. The story is loosely based on foster's real-life experiences. And on the whole group of cops criminals tourists and teams converge on a Georgia forest where a huge black bear goes on a murderous rampage after unintentionally ingesting cocaine, Elizabeth Banks directed and among the stars Alden ehrenreich who said he thoroughly enjoyed working on the movie cocaine bear. It was so fun. I mean, Elizabeth Banks created such a great environment and it was so laid back and just a lot of fun. We had a great time making it and it was that's the kind of feeling you want when especially when you're working on a movie like this is to be genuinely having a good time and thanks to her we really work. Cocaine bear now playing in theaters. He's trained some of the brightest and the best. Hollywood acting coach Bernard hiller is our guest on the next edition of showbiz up front, available at Apple Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Much more on Chauvin's express dot com and for the show is express network. I'm Ross crystal. Brian, you've already March 3rd. Welcome to WTO. I'm now as one 28. What it breaks 24/7, guaranteed on WTO first part of that guarantee is Ian Crawford in the WTO traffic center. And I've got the text right here for you. You want to read it on the radio. On the district side, we still have crash activity. They've got serious for a while, D.C. two 95 northbound, coming off the 11th street bridge. We were at a stop before Pennsylvania avenue. Don't think we are anymore. I see green lines again, no cameras here to help us out, but we may have at least a couple of lanes getting by the crash activity to lays at east coming out the 11th street bridge, north down on D.C. two 95. The southeast Southwest freeway uneventful in Virginia, 95 southbound I think our works under the principal and parkways have done deal. Don't see any more cameras or don't see any more, I was eating more cones in the cameras as we look at the roadway, but we may have one stalled near opitz near Dale City. He's a one 56 man who installed over on the right side, 66 westbound inside the beltway, the work was near the roslyn was in the roslin tunnel, right lane was getting by outside the bellway watch of the work after one 23 again after cedarville and route 29 again after sudley road in each case, or over to the left single file. Capital beltway outer loop, we're coming out the legion ridge passing the GW Parkway and down to two left lanes to get by, interloop coming past route 50 and down to a single right lane as you get past
"hiller" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"From robocalls using, again, a combination of our own technology and analytics from third party analytics providers. So Jim, you know, you're a discussing here how peerless is reacting at a network level at a macro level. But what about the individual customer when peerless gets a cast when you receive notice from a customer that they've actually received a robo call? Do you react or respond in some way? Yeah, absolutely. So we like all carers expect reports of verbal calls and we have a team of people that work for Tony hiller, who I'm joined with today. That really take those reports and act on them and maybe Tony could talk a little bit more about what the team does. Yeah, Tony, let's hear a little bit more about that. Sure. Actually, I'll kick that one off with a story. We recently brought a new call center and inbound call center customer on board that was receiving calls from customers. But they suddenly started receiving a lot of dead air. And they reached out to us and said, what's going on here? We're suddenly receiving all these dead air calls, obviously we're missing customer calls. Well, that actually turned out to be a case of robocalling. And we worked with them to ultimately find the source of those calls and block them. Mitigated very quickly. They brought the calling samples to our attention. And within 24 hours, we identified the sources across multiple carriers and blocked them. But really what was happening was they were getting robocalls inbound to their call queues. And they were after the 15 second announcement or whatever, waiting to potentially connect to an Asian on the other end. They were just ending up with dead air calls that were wasting their agents time and basically wasting their service and revenue. So that was one case where the robocalling end down became a serious issue and really impacted one of our customers.
"hiller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Week. And on the terminal about how the digital asset turmoil is actually helping couples rekindle their relationships. I didn't see. Bloomberg market senior editor Mike Regan and I got more from business week contributor Joel Stein as well as the markets and finance editor for the magazine, pat Ragnar. I think all of us who've spent any time reporting on crypto got to know people for whom crypto became kind of a defining part of their lives. I mean, a lot of the people listening to this are just ordinary finance workaholics who have a hard enough time sort of paying attention to this stuff. When the markets are open, but crypto has this quality of never being closed even on the weekends and bringing a lot of things outside of people's peripheral vision. And I think a lot of people have had a hard time kind of emotionally managing that and the side effect of that is that it's hard on people's relationships. But Joel, tell me how you kind of came onto this. These were some people you knew. Yeah, it's my friend Igor hiller, who's in the piece and he was the guy I always called when I ever got a sign to crypto story to ask him like the basics of like what the hell this is all about. And he was over for dinner with his longtime girlfriend. They've been together for like four years. And they told us the kind of like what started as a really funny story and turned really kind of sad and serious where they almost broke up. Wow. Because he wasn't paying any attention to their relationship because he was so obsessed with his crypto and hanging out with them. And just checking his phone constantly and waiting for NFT drops. Just like degenerate gambler. He'd call it D jenning when he went into these kind of phases. And she kind of gave him an ultimatum that was either crypto or her. But you know, Joe, you mentioned those NFT drops and I get the impression reading this that NFT is almost really worse than this situation because you're stuck there waiting for these things to drop and they can be delayed. Did you get that sense to that the addiction was almost worse when it came to NFTs both because of the time consumption and also sort of the potential upside in those as an investments, at least for a hot minute there? For a hot minute NFTs were, but throughout the entire crypto cycle, there was always a different thing that could occupy you 24 hours a day because crypto markets don't close. So during the D 5 farming phase, there is always some new farm that was opening up that you would get involved and get their coin real quick. Or there'd be a coin drop, right? Like people were creating new coins all the time. And Elon Musk or someone else would tell you that this was a hot coin you had to get and you had to get it when it was minted. So I don't think it was just NFTs. There was always some new craze that you had to get involved in. Maybe you had to simp some star in order to get involved in that in that Discord channel and buy I guess those are often NFTs. But yes, there was always a new craze. And even if you kept up with one of them, there'd be a new one that popped up. Pat, come on back in on the conversation. Sure. Yeah, you know, one of the things I'm thinking about a lot with all of the really serious stuff happening now is that we've learned that markets can grow up faster than you can teach yourself how to think about them and I think also faster than you can teach yourself how to emotionally handle them. In the last two years in crypto, even for people who aren't investing in it, it's been something that has moved so fast that it just keeps you kind of like mentally and emotionally agitated. But I also kind of want to talk a little bit about the people who are the partners in these situations and Joel sort of like what they felt like they had to do to kind of get a hold of their relationships and really bring their partners back from the brink. Yeah, and almost every case there was a guy and it was almost always a young. It was always a fact. We were looking all around. All we could find was young men. And the numbers in polls and kind of play this out. There's a bunch of young men and they get so wrapped up in this and they think it's going to be a life-changing moment that they can't miss out on. It's all fomo and that there's going to be generational wealth created for their grandchildren. If they just stick to this one thing and they all kind of were able to get their spouse or more like their girlfriend involved to an extent, but not as much as they would have liked and then their relationship started to wither because they were so devoted to this one thing. Yes, Joel, I wonder if these guys really are creating wealth through this. If that sort of changes the equation with the wise and girlfriend's a little bit to it, were any of these guys actually doing well with their trading enough to sort of get the day passed from their watch and girlfriends? Sure. I mean, some of these guys on an exciting day could make ten, 15, $20,000. Guys, I was talking to at least. And that goes a long way in convincing your girlfriend that it's okay. You didn't go out with her this weekend. But those days were few and far between, especially as the market started to dry up at the beginning of this year. But a lot of these cases eventually either because of the crash or because of ultimatums, the boyfriends somewhat came around. And people were able to resolve their relationships and a lot of the cases where I talked to people. So Joe, what do you think happens if the crypto market takes off again or these guys encourage people or they learn their lesson, how do you see it playing out? I mean, do you know any gamblers?
"hiller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Week and on the terminal about how the digital asset turmoil is actually helping couples rekindle their relationships. I didn't see. Bloomberg markets senior editor Mike Regan and I got more from business week contributor Joel Stein as well as the markets and finance editor for the magazine, pat Ragnar. I think all of us who've spent any time reporting on crypto got to know people for whom crypto became kind of a defining part of their lives. A lot of the people listening to this are just ordinary finance workaholics who have a hard enough time sort of paying attention to this stuff. You know, when the markets are open, but crypto has this quality of never being closed even on the weekends and bringing a lot of things outside of people's peripheral vision and I think a lot of people have had a hard time kind of emotionally managing that and the side effect of that is that it's hard on people's relationships. But Joel, tell me how you kind of came on to this. These were some people you knew. Yeah, it's my friend Igor hiller, who's in the piece and he was the guy I always called when I ever got assigned to crypto story to ask him like the basics of like what the hell this is all about. And he was over for dinner with his longtime girlfriend. They've been together for like four years. And they told us the kind of like what started as a really funny story and turned really kind of sad and serious where they almost broke up. Wow. Because he wasn't paying any attention to their relationship because he was so obsessed with his crypto and hanging out with them and just checking his phone constantly and waiting for NFT drops. Just like degenerate gambler. You'd call it Dee jenning when he went into these kind of phases. And she kind of gave him an ultimatum that was either crypto or her. Well, you know, Joe, you mentioned those NFT drops. And I get the impression reading this that NFT is almost really worse than this situation because you're stuck there waiting for these things to drop and they can be delayed. Did you get that sense to that the addiction was almost worse when it came to NFTs both because of the time consumption and also sort of the potential upside in those as an investment, at least for a hot minute there? For a hot minute NFTs were, but throughout the entire crypto cycle, there was always a different thing that could occupy you 24 hours a day because crypto markets don't close. So during the DeFi farming phase, there is always some new farm that was opening up that you would get involved and get their coin real quick. Or there'd be a coin drop, right? Like people were creating new coins all the time. And Elon Musk or someone else would tell you that this was a hot coin you had to get and you had to get it when it was minted. So I don't think it was just NFTs. There was always some new craze that you had to get involved in. Maybe you had to simp some star in order to get involved in that in that Discord channel and buy I guess those are often NFTs. But yes, there was always a new craze. And even if you kept up with one of them, there'd be a new one that popped up. Pat come on back in on the conversation. Sure. Yeah, you know, one of the things I'm thinking about a lot with all of the really serious stuff happening now is that we've learned that markets can grow up faster than you can teach yourself how to think about them and I think also faster than you can teach yourself how to emotionally handle them. In the last two years in crypto, even for people who aren't investing in it, it's been something that has moved so fast that it just keeps you kind of like mentally and emotionally agitated. But I also kind of want to talk a little bit about the people who are the partners in these situations and Joel's sort of like what they felt like they had to do to kind of get a hold of their relationships and really bring their partners back from the brink. Yeah, and almost every case there was a guy and it was almost always a young. It was always a fact. We were looking all around. All we could find was a young man. And the numbers in polls and kind of play this out. There's a bunch of young men. And they get so wrapped up in this and they think it's going to be a life-changing moment that they can't miss out on. It's all fomo, and that there's going to be generational wealth created for their grandchildren. If they just stick to this one thing. And they all kind of were able to get their spouse or more like their girlfriend involved to an extent, but not as much as they would have liked. And then their relationship started to wither because they were so devoted to this one thing. Joel, I wonder if these guys really are creating wealth through this if that sort of changes the equation with the wise and girlfriends a little bit to it. Were any of these guys actually doing well with their trading enough to sort of get the day passed from their wives and girlfriends? Sure. I mean, some of these guys on an exciting day could make ten, 15, $20,000. The guys I was talking to at least. And that goes a long way in convincing your girlfriend that it's okay. You didn't go out with her this weekend. But those days were few and far between, especially as the market started to dry up at the beginning of this year. But a lot of these cases eventually either because of the crash or because of ultimatums, the boyfriends somewhat came around and people were able to resolve their relationships in a lot of the cases where I talked to people. So Joe, what do you think happens if the crypto market takes off again or these guys encourage people or they learn their lesson, how do you see it playing out?
"hiller" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"And he benched honey Parker the last two minutes or something of regulation. I can't remember exactly. And his response was, did you watch the game? And then he looked up. I got popped once, but it was by Kelly amonte hiller, the head coach of northwestern women's lacrosse, which had won 7 national championships in a row. It was either 6 in a row and I was like a freshman and I asked her, I was like, they lost to Florida, the Florida Gators who were one of their biggest rivals. At the time. And I asked her after a game that UF had won at northwestern. I was like, did it. I was like, how did it feel to watch them celebrate as hard as they did on the field after the game? Because this was like, they were going pretty nuts where regular season game. She just looked at me and she was like, are you kidding me? And then just looked away. And then as the next person was asking that question, looked back at me, just stare at me. I was like, I was 19 years old. I'm so sorry. Okay, so let's get into it now with our top three coaches of all time. I kind of spoiled my number one who has pop, let's work our way backwards though. Is your number one pop? Yeah, my number one is quite sweet. All right, well, let's start with number three then and then we can just kind of do three and two, I guess. Number three for me was Phil Jackson. You know, 11 titles, I don't know what else to say, but he has to be in the top three, I feel like. Yeah, I'm not going to say, I don't really have like a long list of wonderful things to say about Phil Jackson, but my number three is Pat Riley. Okay, I'm not too surprised to hear this. Gotta say, gotta be honest..
"hiller" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Sometimes they do for martin fisher a little bit just to experiment but when it comes to coyotes i i really don't feel that I i'm not. I haven't made a lower. Just because i don't feel as though i have killed enough coyotes to specifically say that this i know what attracts predators but to say that this is a coyote lure. That's going to be better than anything else. I could try. I don't think so. I've got some stuff that i've put together that i know works but i also like to try lures from other cayo trappers who Have a lot more experienced than me and have caught a lot coyotes and just try different things in in experiment and see what i like so i have picked up a lot of different lures from different places and i use a little bit. I put it on the shelf. And i keep it for next season. So right. Now i have. I could go a couple of years without buying any lure for most any species. And i'd be just fine but i always am going to tend to pick one up and try it out anyway. So that that's the nice thing about lures is usually there isn't much shortage So yeah those are the things that come to mind you traps. You're anchoring system you bait and lure all the different tools you're gonna need your wire in the last thing on a talk about his dirt and for this is just mainly for the canine trappers out there The one of the most effective things you can do to make sure that you can be fast and efficient making sets and that you're sets are gonna stay working is to have dry dirt on hand to use the sets. Traditionally i started out using an hiller. It's well drained it's a already been sifted because the answer carried it and piled it up for you in so i if you go you know you got a few dry days in a row and middle of the summer you can find a few ant hills and dig yourself up all the dirt. You're gonna need for the season you got plenty of dry dirt to us However he'll will get rained on and soak up rain in if you've ever seen in freeze-thaw freeze with rain mixed in It your trap bed again. You can have The trap bed start to freeze on you on the surface and drops not working When you need them to be Peat moss and other people use you don't really have to get that ahead of the season. You can go to any gardening center at walmart or lows or wherever you happen to shop and pick up those bricks peat. Moss have more than you need All dried and ready to go..
"hiller" Discussed on Launch Your Live
"Then you have to buy a cloud lifter which is a way to basically increase the gain of this mike because it takes a lot of power. So we're talking this four hundred dollar mike in order to run it properly. You need to spend minimum. I think about twelve hundred dollars. Probably right marco on on on the side Probably about twelve thousand to twelve hundred dollars to use this. Mike includes the mike includes the knicks. It includes the cloud lifter. So what you go ahead and you need the the boom arm. Yes oh yes so. That's why i said conservatively at the house. And twelve hundred dollars because it's not cheap to run this mike. It sounds great. That's what i'm using right now by the way. So i'm using the sm seven be however you are going to need all this extra equipment and so you know the thing is. We always tell people you know. Start with what you have and so instead of trying to start off with the you know sure. Sm seven be. We've given you a lot of options today now. What sure has actually done by. The way is. Instead of the sm seven be they've come out with the mvp seven. Which is basically the little brother to this. Mike now marco you wanna talk about the the. Mvp seven what do you think it's it's a new brother and it has some features furnaces. It has this Control place strip. Yeah yes yes and you can control he by touch the microphone. Okay like the mute and the levels of the microphone. Okay and also it is the next. Hiller usb microphones which seven. It's not the samson yesterday exactly so this one has as imagine this one so. It's a usb mike but it also has an excellent input and then what you can also do is you can actually use them both at the same time so you can use both inputs so this is going to give you so for example. If you want for something like this. This is the sm seven. Be you know if you want. Something like the sm seven b but you don't necessarily wanna spend the money on the budget of it you know because again you're need the mike. You're going to need the mixer. You're going to need the cloud lifter. You're going to need the boom arm. As marco mentioned as well you're looking at easily thousand twelve hundred dollars. That's the mike and all that other equipment there it's also not terribly portable Or you can go with this. Envy seven which is a smaller package. It's usb an excel are meaning you could plug it into your computer and start using it. You can also just use it with a mixture as well if you decide you wanted to do that. So it's got that upgrade ability to it. And then i think sure also includes software. Ball right marco. Yes yes yes they do yes. They include software as well with the end..
"hiller" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Actually there was one other thing that came up there in what you just described and that's You know the things evolve over time. Things are changing values change of time. And and how can we. How can we break and saw that with you. Know living values contact and sounds like set in stone in the metaphor ritziest. Hiller sit in stunt how can we reconcile effect that the external environment is challenging technological advancements that happening at a at a breakneck speed so we might need to adapt to as away. Adapt dow values change our values if necessary to reconcile that with the whole concept of living values and and being with them Festival there insearch to Oganizations that the values Perform better financially than those that a static over one periods of time. And so that the key there is that things to change the the political economical. Social environment is changing. Just look at us two years ago. Competes where we are. Now this has so much change so it's and things that are important. I mean the core values of an individual might remained fairly static. They might be some changes in those as you go along but the scientists for an organization They say they'll be things that that might be. Walsall of them will promote change. But there might be some that i just have a conversation And and that's all it is is just be i've come to the compensation and some organizations just realize tight look a list of six values and that value just doesn't seem to fit in with where we're going anymore than have a conversation and all agree unanimously. And i said you know. I was thinking the sign But what is do we need the replacement of what's coming up for you. And then and then the lady something. Naturally that's emerging or kai with abbott and Down to full weight whatever but the the thing is test paying ready to have a conversation about it according to your existing environment. Cry gal that i mean one of the things that i think. He has some of the values that might change every time with an organization. Is you know the level of risk that they paid given what they market situation is in the markets that they're overwriting at monte one that that doesn't mainero less trustworthy or listen alignment with cruel values than than another company but as a change in their environment. And i think a risk tolerance his is one that might change from time to time and this probably other examples like that. Yeah watched the from being. If i can still be innovative with ice risks and managing those risks so for example if if one of your abuses innovation than it had to deal with the risks of. We have in front of us right here now And still have growth and still contribute to acting unity and still service. This particular population So i think that the values that an organization does shoes israeli important And abroad to a certain extent And and and and it's having conversations with abba leaders and looking at other organizations and seeing if and it's just being open So what's happening out open..
"hiller" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Form. It's a painting. You need to go somewhere where you have either seen a good friend with beautiful lips. Get their lips done or so many before doctors. Also when you call be like who did these before and after i want this person not just anyone clinic right because sometimes they have a new person and bless him but they don't have the skills yet. No we're not trying to be guinea pigs. You want the cow. Not the picasso. What's another artist because can do good stuff. We just don't want any cuba slip. So yes yourself artiste so that one and then also when you are prepping for your appointment try to find photos of lips that you like that kind of your shape because really you just want your goal should be to amplify or natural shape and not change your mouth. 'cause it's never gonna look right or good ever. We'll also i feel like that's how you clock lips. Hiller is when they all of a sudden look like they have a different mouth. And you want more out with a little a little. Some totally and the other thing is like when you pratt. Avoid alcohol before. We don't want huge hematoma bruises. Which can happen. Especially if you're doing. Are you doing fish oil. Are you doing a ton of tumor pills. Make sure you don't do any of the lead thinners and then give yourself some downtime so you're not stressed. Don't plan a photo shoot for two days after your lips done for the first time. Let me tell you. i've been really lucky though. I don't ever get maybe a tiny little bruise and just the lightest swollen nece. But that's eight. But i think it's because i do the wrestle in case and it's like not supposed to do that right. It's so individual. I'm a bruce. All the things you touch.
"hiller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Oh, hey, so hadn't figured it out yet. Alert. He'll learn, Hiller see, Think about other things you took for granted with me over there For all those years. Listen, he was Johnny on the spot with that first alone. Yeah, I know, but it's always the second one. The second look, what I do here and have done here is truly an art craft. Should we talk about terrible music selection? I feel like when I'm not here anymore. It'll be like Lincoln. You know he belongs to the ages now, and it's just some More overtime. You appreciate it more and more. You realize people want to know what the alone so David Hog. I'm David Hog that disgusting, weaselly Little Florida Parkland. Another gun. He started a business. Well, he tried to start a pillow business, and that was a massive day. I remember it didn't work out. Didn't go to Harvard going. He's at Harvard. You think that Ivy League education cause he was super qualified to get in there, right. Hey, has put out a tweet. Um, I'm going to let you tell me what you think This means to me. I kind of feel like it means he's running. Okay, he says. 2022 goals defeat Rhonda Santa's Keep the House make it so Madison Crawford is no longer the youngest Congress member. He means Madison Cawthorne. But when he was corrected, he then wrote, I mean, cross orange, but it won't matter for much longer after he gets voted out. Pathetic maggot! So does that mean that he is trying To be the youngest Congress person. Is that how you interpret that? I don't? I don't. I don't know. I tried desperately to ignore every word you said from that little kid, but sure. Why not? I mean, he's had such success and everything else. Why couldn't he accomplish it? Oh, my gosh. What? I cannot stand that little snake. I mean, can you like a gringo? Regardless of your political affiliation. Can you imagine looking at that kid and going? That's who I want representing me in Congress, like even if you're liberal, Fine, whatever there's gotta be a better liberal you could look at while terrible on policy, at least, is not a total embarrassment to your district. I know, you know, And actually, the fact that he called that Rhonda Santas in the very first bullet point makes me love her onto Santa's anymore because I know David Hog hates him. And that makes him even more. But he's an epic failure. Everything. David Hung, Yes. Oh, not random. Rhonda Santa's. I mean, he's He's great at everything. Um, okay, I'm about to say something that would probably get me into trouble. But I have to say it and I just want to preface it by saying I don't wish ill on Anybody. Okay? Can we just make that very clear before I get into all the trouble? It's gonna be the Robin Jacob show. But if I were to tell you that there are three medical disorders that I find so amusing. I know that sounds bad. Okay, I know it sounds bad, but I especially love it when people who have these disorders also find amusement in them, Okay? It sounds terrible because I don't want anybody to be afflicted with anything. But if I were going to be afflicted with a disorder, I feel like one of the following three disorders would be right up my alley, okay? Hey, before you do this Of Jeff Small Ian or David Wood are listening. Know that Rob Kendall had nothing literally nothing to do with this, and I reject whatever is about to come out of this woman's mouth that said, Carry on. Is that I'm not seriously saying I want anybody to have these disorders there disorders and that's a bad thing. No, the rest of segment is yours. Brandi. I'm just sitting here enjoying the enjoying the entertainment that when I have seen this disorder afflict either animals or people, it can be kind of funny. Okay on Lee when those people also have a sense of humor about it. But like have you seen particularly like the sheep that have narcolepsy where they just fall asleep immediately, or like the fainting goats? You know I'm talking about. I have no idea. You never heard me. Just what I know what narcolepsy is. I did not know that animals suffered from that flips over with animals. But like with the fainting goats, they have they. It's like they muscles all seas at once, and then they just get like Heart is aboard. And then they fall. They just topple over and then they get right back up in there. Fine, And it doesn't hurt them or anything. Because I listen, I don't want you know I don't like animals. But I've looked at this and it is so funny to me. Okay, so narcolepsy is like in my top three, the second one, and I see all of these accounts on tic tac of people who have to Retz. And they are hilarious. Okay, Tourette's is it could be really, really terrible, especially the physical tics. But when they cannot control like the F bombs that come pouring out of their mouths that is hilarious to me. And so some of them have these amazing tic tac accounts where they will make fun of themselves Having these these vocal ticks right and there will they can't control the words that are coming out of their mouths, and they find it hilarious. And so then I find hilarious, so they pose To this on the picked up. They want to actually bring awareness to what this is all about. But they're also so funny about it, like one of them will try to read a poem right And then it will be interrupted with, like 17 curse words and they are cracking up, which makes me crack up and I feel like if I were gonna have a medical disorder, I would hope it would be that. So is this the rule of if people laugh at it about themselves? It's okay for others. I feel like it is because they're trying to provide entertain the entertaining side. Of these disorders. By the way, I don't know if you've seen this, but our boss, executive producer Matt Hablan sent us an email like he's so worried. Okay, He's in the office like they're his hands are shaking Reyes. He's popping Rolaids like they're Pez. I promise. This is okay because my number one favorite disorder, and it's super rare. You guys super rare is when for no reason, but as a result of either, like a surgery, or just like Weird. Something turns in your brain and people like I think there's 100 or less even cases of this known worldwide. All of a sudden a person will wake up speaking with a foreign accent. No, and they don't They cannot help it. No way that this is my favorite thing. Is this a favor? Documented in a medical journal somewhere? Yeah, This is totally document. In fact, we have a new example of this. So this is crazy because this woman who was born in Taiwan..
"hiller" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"hiller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Don't be getting your granny panties all in a bunch. We got rick till up in here. Got rick to the weapon here. You know speaking of soccer as soon as the qualifying for the twenty twenty two world cup kicked off last week there were some protests norway. They wore these shirts. That said human rights on and off the pitch. The german team spelled out human rights on their shirts. The netherlands were shirts. That says football support change. And there's a there's like a Outside threat that they might try to boycott the world cup. We'll see or the olympics when they go to china in two thousand twenty two As well you might remember daryl morey when he said hey support hong kong and it china basically said To adam silver. Fire him now or nba's not going to be on tv over ear. And i'm sorry said i can't. He's a private citizen before. Hiller took power in the thirties before the war. Whenever anybody would say something bad america they'd always ask the. Us government you have to condemn it and the ambassador and roosevelt. He's a private citizen. Not so in. China when arsenal's zal whose german of turkish descent when he put out a tweet condemning china's repression of muslims China took all our games off the air and it was illegal to say his name on. Tv how about that. Yeah so. I know a lot of times. We think america's screwed and aft up and races and terrible Try some of these other places sometimes. Do yeah We got our problems. Oh do but Say the guy's name and you'll be arrested. That's fun all right. We have another hour together. Big hour coming up including erica roads..
"hiller" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Trainer, Hiller and what has happened to disgraced now defunct. Uh, pastor of Hillsong, Carlin's Bradley. Well, good news. He's out of rehab and that was rehab for depression. Is the thing apparently. Um, and he is AH, sitting on a concrete bench in public. Journaling as he watches the sunrise. But you got through that first sentence or that first syllable of journaling and I didn't know where we were going. I thought, boy, you're no Ling is disgrace. I mean, six of one. Okay, So he was that is former Hillsong. Pastor Carlin's was spotted at Manhattan Beach Pier in so Cal early Friday. That's what the kids say Southern California He's 42 years Young and was spending some time alone, reflecting as he watched the sunrise from a bench and you can see him journaling. Something's hey was looking at the ocean for about 30 minutes before he went back to his $18,000 a month apartment. And you know is probably thinking about his next steps. And by that, I mean not actual steps, but his plan to take over the world. Um I don't know. I'm gonna Have a question that I have some thoughts. Yeah. What is depression? Rehab? Is that a thing? I don't know, because those of us simple human people who have suffered with depression in our lives. Was ever offered. Rehab. Yeah, I would kiss that where you get to just let go and Relax already. Your depression. You know somebody's going to tell us differently, but anyway, that that's this is just such a celebrity story is the point. And that's where we're going with Carlin's because I can hear people go well. He's just a spiritual leader who had a struggle, and now he's trying to help himself and get about her. Okay, Sure. That's the human story. But the celebrity story sounds a little different cause it sounds very familiar, Right? Like celebrity. Does something bad goes to quote, rehab and then comes back a new and different person. Can I tell you what really, really irks me about that story line? Is it sullies the reality of what an actual rehab is so sure and actual depression is exact. Both of those things But this is such a celebrity trope when the going gets tough..
"hiller" Discussed on Coffee And A Book
"Said please do it. And that gave me the permission to start writing. And that's most the beginning of that journey. Wow absolutely amazing. And i know it's only been a couple of days. The book came out january fourth. What has been the response so far. Well from I because it's new. I don't know all the details. But i can just twenty the people that have Gotten a few people got some copy. Say at a time. 'cause two nil allows that One particular seat. Neil that got called me this past saturday and was basically almost in tears saying how much the book meant to him is going through a tough time and he has a lot of people to work for him and he just said this was so meaningful he said. I think that this book can be a classic. He said it's good bernie body and it doesn't make any difference if your business or not a business but he said i'm good. I'm gonna send some a book. Steel believe this at all. I want you to know so. I'm centerman jer office and i'm a once you autographs. Mlk melt Who the people and then would you send them. Back to me. And i like thinking. Oh my gosh. that's wonderful and not not know what it it's not about me. It's about them in sabang helping so people. So i could both apparently last night my pam following this morning and brought him in and so i have to you know sign. The books for these particular individuals are and And so anyway it's a way of life and My hope is that every list will get the message and then share it with others. Because that's how apparently we do it. These days s to be shared the media etcetera but i think they will be blessed..
"hiller" Discussed on KTRH
"The first hour today, and it was like in the first hour yesterday and We had, like what I say Three of our first five calls were from Cyprus, and two of those three calls were all about fruit trees, and in both cases I had mentioned to the I think they were. Both guys are saying I don't think it was a lady in on him, but I mentioned both. Gentlemen, I was like, Have you ever been to the our brigade Because they're covered up with fruit trees. They always are. I know it's raining today. I don't know if there's a low that's gonna allow you get up there. But after things get cleaned up, I say cleaned up but put back up. I know they're gonna protect a ton of these fruit trees. Tonight at the Armory Gate. That's probably their whole job today is just all about freeze protection for the next 24 hours, then come Monday afternoon and then the rest of the week. Things dry out a bit. Get on out there. They'll have the Citrus. They'll have the avocados. They'll have this stone fruit, The peaches, the plums, the apples. They have some unusual fruit, too. I know they've had things in the past like Traveled acaba and, uh You name it just on the unusual flying the star fruit. That anything that is just tropical on fruit That has to be protected. They probably have they have in the Citrus Department. Every kind of Citrus tree that works well, any type of great free tree that works well here, the line trees, they all have to be protected the lime trees, but They have several varieties of that. And of course, when it comes to oranges, I don't think anybody has more sat sumas than our friends at the Arbor Gate. They have Taking that responsibility. Be well stocked on fruit Trees year round that didn't happen 25 years ago, nurseries and garden centers didn't stay stocked on fruit trees year round because of the way they were grown back, then, versus the way they're grown now, but hands our salute to kudos to the arbor Gate for being able to always bring as much fresh fruit for transplanting purposes. To our gardens are landscapes and then eventually your table. They're located on FM 29 20 a mile and a half west 2 to 49. They're considered a true gardeners nursery. If you've never been there, it's worth the trip. No matter where you're coming from. Yes, on a dryer day guarantee that but it was interesting yesterday all the calls for Cyprus how we sent them up whether they went up musky whether they went up Cyprus Rhodes, Hiller tell G And just when you had 29 20 you go east and you'll see the arbor gate right before you get into the heart of Tomball but on FM 29 20 a mile and half west 2 to 49 also online at our brigade a. R b o r r brigade dot com. Reliable power from Novak keeps us connected to so many good things..
"hiller" Discussed on The Mindful Minute
"I don't have time for this right now. I have to get this dinner on the stover. It's not going to be done in time. We're gonna eat late. they're gonna go to bed late. I gotta teach tonight like the panic was just right there on the surface and it would have been so easy to go with it and be like but i don't have time go watch a tv show. Why mom gets dinner on table except that he was so upset. Except that i have ten plus years at this point of practicing being in the present moment and even though i could feel the panic of what's going to happen next. How am i going to get this thing in the future done. What i was asked to do is just stay in the present moment. And that's what each of us are asked to do all day long every day. Our brains are constantly going well. What if what if what if what if how how. How and our job as meditation practitioners is simply to remember that it is about this moment when we talk about presence i think my favorite description of it came from dr rick hansen. Who's a meditation teacher. As well and he describes presence as being in the on the forefront of now on the forefront of now and i love that because it to me captures the essence of how immediate presence is right. It's constantly dropping off the edge into the next moment that we're in just as the universe is always expanding its like. Our present moment is just always expanding and so we're here. We're in this moment and it becomes this moment becomes this moment becomes this moment and so we think about all right. I'm gonna sit down a meditate first thing in the morning and the energy that we want to tap into the practice that we wanna use first thing in the morning is saying. Can i root myself so purposefully. In the present moment that i stay here all day can i not be scrolling through to do list of the future or going back into the day before the night before and thinking about what didn't get done or how this happened and i wish happened differently but just to route ourselves so fully in this morning moment that we stay away and we cultivate that connection to presence. So that we've been go into our to do list and all the actions of the day. We can stay prison no matter how much the morning then spirals you know. I always think rather optimistically like well. If i start my day with meditation the days just be such a smooth lovely day which sometimes is true and sometimes is not true but the connection to presence helps me. Moderate how i respond to whatever else unfolds. And so we're going to practice practice this evening. That a really encourage you to try for in the morning. I think it's fine to do now. It's not like it's going to keep you awake. But the energy of cultivating sharp presence is going to be so valuable in the warning. The last thing. I'll say before we get into practices this so we're gonna sit down imagining. Its first thing in the morning. We're going to say to ourselves. Stay awake. Don't go back to sleep because it's going to be so easy to wanna do that in the morning. But when i don't want you to do is grab hold with an iron fist. And get really uptight about it. Because then we lose the softness of our practice so always always were working to cultivate that effortless effort so we set the intention to stay awake but then we still have to have some element of softness in our body and our breath in our minds. We can't hold onto tightly right all right. So let's try a practice together. Take a minute to find a comfortable seat. And if you've already been seated with your legs crossed you might just uncrossed them. And crossing the other way letting your hands rest down onto your lap leading your eyes drift closed if that feels comfortable and now if you're practicing early in the morning and you know you're gonna fall asleep. You could definitely let your eyes open softly and wherever you are whatever posture you've chosen. Let's take a breath together. Taking a deep in hiller excelling out aside. And we'll do that once again. Just inhaling deeply through the nose filling up your lungs exhaling by allowing your breath to fall to its own natural pace just taking this first moment to simply feel your bra.
"hiller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"S a triple 8917243. Welcome back to the special edition. Larry Elder versus D. Coakley made 1998 debate issue Our Hollywood and the media racist against black people. My opponent, Mr. Coakley was a top assistant to the then mayor of Chicago. Harold Washington. And he took the position, of course, that there's this big conspiracy against black people. That Hollywood is simply a microcosm of larger society of larger society is, of course, out to get black people. Black people are oppressed. And yes, obviously, Hollywood is racist, as are the media. Continue my opening comments, and I suggested that racism is bad for business and CEOs are all about business. I came here about a year ago not too long ago for a panel discussion on how to get into Hollywood, and it was that The murder part. Marla Gibbs, put it on. I just came as a member of the audience because I wanted to hear and there was about 15 people various positions in Hollywood. Three or four. The Panelists were black. Arthur Hiller, who's ahead of the Motion Picture Academy was present was also director and every single person responded to the question whether blacks were shut out of Hollywood because of racism. Every single person. Said no. Is Hollywood. Stupid? Yes, it's Hollywood Narrow. Absolutely. Are there some dumb executives who don't get it? You don't understand that are waiting to exhale can make money. Absolutely. Is there nepotism.
Christen Brandt And Tammy Tibbetts Are Making a Difference
"Right now You're hanging out in new york Your working with is really interesting organization. That will dive into but This was not either of your original path or intention when you thought about. What you doing in your quote grown-up lives. Don't we sort of Start the story. Probably i guess it makes more sense with tammy and then we'll criminal ring you into the conversation. Then we'll just sorta like dive into the whole mix. Tammy i know one of the things. I've heard repeat over and over in different. Conversations is that you grew up as a kid. Shy how curious. I know you said that. What i'm curious about is how did actually show him in your. You know what's funny as after this conversation. I actually have an interview with the editor in chief of my high school newspaper. The viking vibe which is to be the editor in chief bub. So it's like a full circle moment. But that takes me back to. When i was seventeen when i was in high school. I dreaded speaking up raising my hand in class. Standing up in front of people to speak was my worst nightmare. And i really found myself expression and some confidence in writing which is why i was drawn to journalism and decided that when i went off to college i would be a journalism major with the dream of one day being a magazine editor so senior year of high school. There is the tradition of the superlatives in the yearbook. Many of us can remember. That and i was voted in a fairly large senior class of a thousand some students. I was the one who is most shot and i remember posing for that picture in the yearbook. They asked me to stand in the lobby of the high school. And there was this hiller and they asked me to hide behind it and pretend as if i was just scared of the world and in my head i was like this is a terrible thing to be known as most shy. This is ridiculous. But i went along with it and i just silently promised myself that i would make this most shy title a great irony one day and i would be anything but and i would go off to college and i would go where no one knew me and become the young woman i wanted to be. So that's kind of where everything changed for. Me is when i began my journey as a first generation college student. I mean i'm curious also whether soc is interesting word and it's a loaded word and it's also really impress ice word these days right because you know it. It often speaks to this spectrum that ranges from severe social anxiety to introversion. And what's interesting to me about that. And i'm curious about how you experience it is you know we. We have looked at generation -ly Shy or introverted was the functional equivalent of broken. There's something wrong with you. the has to be fixed. I think susan canes quiet hope and so many people's eyes including me. Because i'm definitely more than the introverts side of the spectrum and really made i think a lot of people wake up to the fact that is there. There's this sort of like spectrum and it's not there's nothing wrong with being on the more introverted side of it you know unless it manifest in exile or things that actually stop you from living life. You want live. That's why i'm curious how you actually experience it like. Did you experience this as just this. Just the way i am. And i'm actually pretty good with it but for the social reactions to it or was it actually more of leaning towards like a social anxiety type of thing for you so i am an introvert and i think that is different from being shy and a christians and extrovert so i we complement each other. Really well An introversion has actually been a great strength in this year of twenty twenty. You know it's made me very well equipped for quarantine and and given me a lot of resilience But as a kid as a teenager being shy. I was really afraid of judgement. That other people would make me. And what i had to say and i no longer identify as shy because i i think i realized that i had to make my voice matter and stand up for something and when you do reframing and recognize that you can push yourself to To speak up and be a leader to serve others. That was my way of overcoming. The fear of Other people's judgment was i socially social anxiety would label it as that Because i did have friends. Who like the studious. Quiet bunch who. I had good relationships win. But i never went to a school. Dance a Ironic we can talk about this later. But i i. I worked for seventeen magazine before starting. She's the first. I would be part of a magazine that i never felt cool enough to read because i didn't feel like my clothes were stylish. I didn't wear makeup as a teenager. So i think those i think my insecurity came from what now. In retrospect piece it together this way of seeing these images of what a cool confident girl looked like. And i didn't think that aligned with who i who i was at the time.
NFL Insider Dan Graziano Breaks Down Week 11
"Dan graziano it is eleven fifty eight. Pm eastern so. Thank you very much man for staying up late behind. After that game. I go right to sleep. That was exciting. Dan graziano is an espn nfl insider. And he will get to sleep soon. We promise fired for game like that. Yeah me too i mean. Let's get into this right off the top here the chiefs. Just beat the raiders. Thirty five to thirty one. They beat the team who is beating kansas city. This season dan back in week. Five about a million years ago. So were you watching for in this rematch tonight. Well to see if they can do it again right. I mean that sounds simple. But like i didn't think their victory over kansas city was a fluke because it seemed like they had kind of a formula that they went out and they stuck to. They didn't win but a certainly could have. And i think that's that's significant because they know that's the team that is in their way in their division. Obviously they're on top of the conference in the league as super bowl champion. So you see the raiders. Draft a running back in the first round last year. That can help them. Control the clock and keep mahomes on the sideline like they did in the first game. They played they draft the speedy wide receiver this year in the first round. That can stress their quarterbacks. I mean they're thinking about the chiefs all the time. They're certainly not on that level at this point as the records indicate but they've constructed a team that can play in a way that threatens the chiefs and it might be able to beat them. So they're not as different as you might inclined to think yet and i have to admit like the difference between pat mahomes and derek carr felt smaller than i ever realized it would tonight. What did you see from these two quarterbacks total commanded of the offense which has not always been him. And certainly since gruden's been there. We've seen a lot more ups and downs. Where he looked like he was a little bit. Lost a little bit uncertain But this is years three with gruden and when gruden got there he talked about competent car up and making sure that car believed he was the guy. So that when you know. When ben came together around him he would be the guy that was in total control of things. And and it seems to be coming to fruition. What he's got. He's got people to throw to nelson agholor like out of nowhere as having a career renaissance in las vegas. He's got two very running back. Got a great offensive line. And i think you know he's playing with a lot of confidence as you would expect him to give all those things now. I think he's taken a big job this year in terms of where. He ranks in terms of the quarterbacks. We feel confident about what we watched the did feel like gruden kinda new like no. It's sunday night football. Let's give the people something that they'll enjoy. What did you most enjoy from. Hearing those play called why. I our love to know what the purple walrus was and i mean i think there are some vegas ones like he dropped. The sammy davis in there at one point and then and then it sounded like they've been paying very close attention to the nba off-season because there are a number of james harden and those who among nfl coaches knows how to produce primetime football. Better than jon gruden right. I mean he did it for for a decade or so for us in terms of operating in that sphere. So maybe i don't know maybe maybe he feels like a showman or maybe they're just having a lot of fun in their in their offensive meetings. They sound like all. The time does not all watching every week but was it so as showmanship goes that lasts. Drive man lake travis. Kelsey had some great moments in this game but that catch at the end mahomes calling him the best tight end in the league game. What did you see from travis kelsey tonight yeah domination. This is this. is you talk about reliability. I mean the the quarterback knows he's going to be where he's supposed to be. He knows he's almost certainly going to be open. He know he's going to catch the ball like it's total complete confidence in a guy in a key spot third down. A guy had throw to the end zone in the final minute. I mean he is the best tight end in the league. I don't think it's even close especially when you know. George kittle is on the shelf right now in the second best tight end. The league is probably the guy that was on hiller sidelines tonight. So there's there's no doubt that he in homes are in sync in a way that very few combinations like that are
Freedom from the Prison of Limiting Beliefs
"Nama stay and welcome my friends. Joseph Campbell, who most of you have heard of described all religions as starting with one word that all came out of one word and the word was help. And we humans perceive our mortality. We perceive how everything's changing and in the deepest ways it's really out of our hands. So we're looking for something that can protect us that can guide US and help us make it through and so that deep increases really what will give us refuge In the face of an uncertain. World. A reading that I've always liked goes like this. It says this life is a test. It is only test. If it had been an actual life, you would've received further instructions on where to go and what to do remember this life is only a test. I remember when I first heard this and it really struck a chord and and I feel who can really sense in our current times so much as up for grabs, the coronavirus and Konami and really the rights of vulnerable populations democracy and our earth is in distress. So. The degree of uncertainty is really spiked and we can sense how with this little security were all trying to sense how to navigate. What's the best guidance on how to proceed? So if we look closely, we can see the ways that we take refuge. For many I we take refuge in that online rabbit hole that we fall into for incredible stretches of time that trance we take refuge in staying busy we try to control the people around us. It might be through food or drugs or alcohol or sleep that were trying to take care of ourselves. And, this is the other side and away for many there's increase refuge in carrying relationships in and really being close with others and connecting with others and in meditation many people have started and deepen their practice refuge in nature refuge in serving others. In my book says I think two thousand twelve that I that it got published true refuge. I looked at how we react to life's basic insecurity to that that sense of help you know how what we take refuge in really varies and that I distinguished between the refuges that. Serve to wake up our hearts and minds and those that are kind of substitute that give temporary maybe a hit of relief. But in a way, keep us trapped and I called the latter false refuge is not because they're bad. But really because they keep us from a pathway that really allows. True. Healing and freedom. So tonight, I'd like to reflect on. The primary mode of. False refuge that underlies other false refugees and keep so many of us trapped and that's Our fear based stories and beliefs. And when we're insecure, how we even grasp more tightly to those fear beliefs, those limiting beliefs and they turn us against ourselves against others, they keep a separate. Select look at this together, and then how are meditation practices can? Free us from that that prison. Of limiting beliefs. And I WANNA dedicate this class to our beloved Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Who helped our entire society wake up from stories? About Limited worth are limited value. How she woke us up in a way that really directly extended to honoring the rights of all being she focused on women and many oppressed populations. Because her basic caring she she just basically honored the intrinsic value of all. And if we look at our limiting beliefs. That's what they don't. Do they forget that so We can't transform our society and we can't Hiller free ourselves if we don't exam and an undue are limiting stories are fear based believes. They're the root of suffering.
Taylor Swift nabs 7th No.1 album with 'folklore'
"Over the years, my colleagues have jokingly always lovingly call me the teams Taylor Swift correspondent. So basically, that means whenever tiller has got a new release. You can guarantee that I'll be obsessing over it thinking about it writing about it you name it. So you can imagine my complete surprise in late July when Taylor swift announced that she would be releasing her eighth album called folklore with just one day's notice. It was basically unprecedented for someone who's always done. These album were allowed to a singles and pre-sales, and that sort of thing, and an even more surprising bit of News Taylor announced that she'd been working with the nationals. Aaron doesn't for the project. He actually co wrote or produced eleven of the sixteen tracks. It's pretty big stylistic departure in recent years Taylor's leaned hard into pop she called nine, hundred, ninety, nine, I pop record on reputation you kind of hear flirt with these hip hop. And on last year's lover you know it's this singer. You return to sort of pasta you'd pop. Folklore on the other hand has the kind of skittering speeches production that wouldn't be uncommon on an episode of all songs considered. You've probably heard something like it on the nationals twenty nineteen record I'm easy to find or even on the big red machine record that came out a few years ago. There's even a collaboration with bone. Yes. Truly. seriously. For someone like me who's a massive fan of Hiller Swift in the national? This is kind of like a fairy tale ending
Leaf Botany - Shape
"It comes to leave talk and God knows I love Lee Talk. There are a little terms. Bandied around that you may or may not be familiar with. I'm going to run through some of them now just to give you an idea of the range of terminology that you can use to describe leaves. I mean why bother you can say well. Relief is round or it's pointy or it's holy. Why bother with all these specialists terms well part of the reason? Is that as you get more into this hobby? No doubt you'll start reading up online and in books about plants and you'll find these terms start to come up and learning. These terms just helps to enhance your understanding of what you're reading. So what are the some of the terms that you're likely to come across? Well let's start at the very basic level with the leaf walk makes up the structure of the leaf. Well the Lamma is the blade of the leaf. The flatbed the that we possibly most interested in and the stock he bit well. That's the patio but do remember not who plants have patios. Some of them joined straight onto the stem. And it's an adaptation that saves the plant some water and listen to bobby reminded me of another useful pair of words when describing leaves and that's back. Co and Adak seal yet. You have to have your teeth in when you say those the opposite of visit belief. That's the Adak seal and the underside. That's the AB axial again. You might come across that one when you are reading about plants and that just helps you to know what is what. And then there's a whole set of words just describing the shape of a leaf. I think you notice about relief. When you're looking at is is it. Simple or compound now simple while that's fairly obvious it just means the leaf is one whole thing together rather than having some complex design whereas a compound leaf well that's formed by a number of flits that join together and then attach onto the stem and there's a couple of different coins compound leads your probably going to come across in the House plan world. Probably the most notable is compound pommie now and as is often the case the clues in the name a compound Paul Mate. Leave looks a bit like a hand. So if you think of a horse chestnut leave or in the House Plant World Shuffler relief. You are along the right lines and you can. Of course get palm. Eight simple leaves think spicier Japonica for example. That's a great example of a leaf. It looks like a hand but it's simple. It's all one leaf. The other form of compound leaf ease the P. natively compound leave and I guess the best example I can think of this. One is the sensitive plant Mimosa. Puteh Co where the leaflets are. All arranged in a straight line out in the garden the best example probably is arose some of the names of quite poetic. Iran the like Peltier eight which means a leaf where the patio joins not the edge of the leaf but somewhere in the center like Mr Shanley compete to that I also like has state which means a spear shaped leaf so think of a Philodendron artem being the perfect example again the Latin telling you something about relief and then we have the wonderful Lancia late which means quite simply shaped like allowance so in other words it comes to a point at the end. So think about your busy Lizzie. Impatiens classic Lawns Hiller leaves there are loads. More LINEAR world best. The spider plants leads right. Best fairly obvious. And then you've got something like Hoya carrier with its OPD coordinator leaves which means that harsh eight with the stem at the pointy and rather than the other end. If you want to go deeper into leaf shape names then do check out the show notes. Broil include some links to some wonderful pictures and diagrams of different types of shapes and he can spend hours learning the all. But how is a leafs shape determined? Why is this so much variation? Well this was where I need to call in an expert. I'm Enrico Coen. I'm research scientist Jonas Center Well we try and study and understand how plant forms are produced. How leaves grow how flowers get shapes often look at around my growing collection of House Plaza? Just wonder the amazing variety of leave shapes demonstrated even in my body's collection do have any insolent for us about why certain leaves are shaped as they are what what is it. What are the factors that determined the shaper indeed leaf size leaves a fascinating terms of the as you say variety of shapes the produced and one of the big questions which we still don't know all the answers to is how these shapes generated manmade shapes? We have a notion of how we make a spoon or plate because there's next to hand off our own hand the the process but with a leaf as with most biological structures there is no external hand it all has to figure out how to produce these shapes internally and Just as in a sense you could imagine how just to we use the musical scale. A single musical scale can produce all the different music that we hear from symphony used concertos to pop music and yet it's the same notes. It's the way in which the organized and put together the generates this amazing Variety of music and the same way leaves have a set of basic ingredients. And it's the combination of these ingredients allows still many different forms to be generated so although he's Mabul variety forms underlying that Some basic rules to get combined and also some glorious ways to produce the shapes. We
ComiCon on the radio
"And with us. Today is Dr Lee Francis the fourth he is the CEO and founder of native realities and the director of indigenous Pop X. Also here with us today to is Johnny J and She is the founder of a tribe called Geek She was also scheduled to present at indigenous. Pop Ex. My pleasure to have both of them here with us and also on introduce you to maybe a familiar voice to you. You know what I'm just going to ask him to say. Hello let's see if we can guess who he is. Sir. Please say hello. I'll give you a hint. His name starts with the Jay. Go ahead and say hello to native America. That's how you know this is live because you don't plan stuff like that We're just going to check the line again. But if you'd like to join us one eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is number. Let's go back to another person's whose name starts with J Johnny j In in just a little bit about you know when this focus comes to indigenous representation in pop culture how it's really critical because it leads to other things Johnny J Takeaway. Well it does You know we've always been storytellers. We've always been artists and so to see these celebrations especially I did. Did you pop x? Of Our contributions to mainstream pop culture is so wonderful. And it's also inspiring two are native us because they don't often see themselves represented and you know just like us growing up. You know they WANNA be story tellers. They WANNA be artist. They WANNA be musicians and to see themselves in that role or to see natives in that role Gives them the belief that is possible and they can pursue that and be successful and be what they want to be that there's no limits to their potential? So you know. That's one of the reasons. I really look forward to India jazz. Pop Acts and because it's just a celebration of who we are as indigenous people in our creativity and innovation So that's one of the reasons that I really love it. Because the more that we get that representation the more that we see ourselves being represented the more we believe that anything is possible for us. And so that's that's one of the things that I really love about it and I think something they is also exciting to is meeting. The different folks who were creating different things and and it goes all kinds of mediums. You know people who are doing visual arts People who are wearing wearable art People who dress up Cost play and our emulating some of the things that you read. So you like. You're really seeing the comic book characters come to life. It's really interesting Johnny Jay. Thanks for that and let me. Let me try this again. This man is so famous all he has to do is say hello. You might even know who he is. Sir. Police say hello everybody. There's a hole in my pocket. Were money she'd go. There's a whole there's a big on wall very nice. Jj can you guess who that is? Oh I know exactly did I did. That is the amazing Jonathan John. Hi everybody welcome to number ten and Jonathan You're joining us today. Out of San Antonio Texas folks who may are meeting in for the First Time. He is an actor and a musician you might know him from. King of the hill The magnificent seven and parks and recreation My pleasure to have this Donahue Mara artist here with us today and Jonathan Booy when people see you at gatherings like this they all flock. They got a million questions and they're actually meeting somebody who has a direct connection to You know what what some people call Hollywood or or the mainstream media and Jonathan. Why is it important for you to let are indigenous nations? No they have space in this big mix of stuff. I think it's very important to begin with. I mean we are the original storyteller embedded in our DNA to share our stories. This year believes is share our dreams to share our history and within an industry that is basically a storytelling business. Why not have you know the original storytellers being represented in Hollywood? You know whether it be in Film Television Radio Comics You know I I do. A couple of other. Smaller indigenous are smaller comic con. And you see so much in the marvel world you see so much in the DC or and Their whole structure I think is based on the indigenous people of the world. I MEAN WE ARE FAMILY ORIENTED. We do have superheroes AMONGST OUR OUR TRIBES. We have superheroes amongst our our storytelling. So it's for me. It's very important for people to understand that we are here We're still hiller. Still here and we will remain here in Jonathan to hold the spaces that you do especially in Hollywood is important in for you. What are some of your goals? What do you want to shake up? What do you want to bring more indigenous voice to? I WANT TO BE RECOGNIZED. Not only for my talent but I think in other indigenous people need to be recognized for their talent and understood that a lot of Hollywood is based on stereotypical Characters I mean. Our voice is usually written by someone. Who's not even part of our culture? But you'll have people like Georgina lightning. You'll have other individuals like that step. In and write the words that would be spoken by indigenous person or an idea process that that that that has our formation because I indigenous people. We think different We see things differently. And it's so important that that the mainstream people Seeing and here you know from us through us not just works at the slum non native individual gave us so For me to try to break that stereotype I mean majority of my career has been based on playing stereotypes. But there's a small window of opportunity where there's a character there's the actor and there's the person and it's so important writers directors producers. See us as a person first and then recognize as
Remembering Christian Laettner's Famous Buzzer-Beater
"Friends from Pearl Jam taping this Sunday afternoon. We don't need to take this on Sunday night anymore. Because there's no sports it's all it's all vintage sports. I've actually been preparing for this moment. My whole life. Old Games ran. Russillo is here as he is every Sunday. This was the part of the schedule. And we'll be talking about March madness thoughts where the last couple of weeks of the NBA would were going. Would-be worried about Mvp conversations and things like that. Now now I wanNA talk about The later shot. 'cause I watched that with my son yesterday. He had never seen he didn't know is going to happen. He was amazed. I got to relive it. Threw Him Russillo. Yeah that was Was An all time. I mean that that seriously in the moment you're like this is a kind of game that I'm going to think about the rest of my life. I mean not every day Certainly but late nurses dominance is a college player and then seeing younger people watch that game now and not like Lakers mom and you go. You guys have no idea you have you have no you think you know but you don't you know what I what struck me watching that game. I thought Leitner was going to be a really incredible pro because he was so good in college. But then you watch him and you think about the translate him as I go. He's got slow feet was really hard for him to like. Put The ball down. Every shot was almost like a miracle shot by hamlet on balance. Fling shots These turnaround fifteen footers. I think nowadays he would have been an awesome stretch five. I think he would have been shooting eight threes. A game in everything he did would have been different but I am. I was mad at myself. Twenty eight years ago that I thought later was going to be such good proud. Who else knew who knows what else happened. When we went to the wrong team. He had some personal issues etc. You know what the great lesson about Labor is is that he was. You'll know better than I want to get anything where I get this. Kinda thing wrong. But was he one of the first guys like tested positive for. We'd like in that era. Right or was rumored or something. There is always always rumors. He talked about that thirty for thirty. We did that. You know he definitely Off The court might have had a couple issues but a everything. I love watching these games and just getting upset about some of the issues are making 'cause like Grant Hill. Just first of all. He was a soft mark coming off the bench which seemed inconceivable but It seemed like he could have gone by anybody. He wanted to Kentucky team at all times and yet they're like all right spread out for Hurley. This is much better option. Hurley's got this. Maybe she go to grant hale the guy who guy who's going to be a first team all NBA guy in five years. Yeah later was suspended. Some Games there. I Don history but I just wanted to double check it because I remember later on and that was you know when I started talking to guys in front offices in I would be leading up to the draft and I was like you know. How can you figure some of the stuff out because what you learn is that no one really figures it out? But when you're outside of the world you think everybody has this magic. Is that that none of us can understand? It's really not that and something to gm told me that was really really smart and again it was the very beginning of me talking to these guys when we were talking about backgrounds personalities and try to figure things out and he goes look he was plenty of guys that are from terrible areas. Have a terrible family set up and have bad guys around left and right. And they're the best teammates they practice hard. They care they never get any trouble and then you look at somebody like Leitner. Who's like the poster boy? He's one of the best college basketball players in history. Not just guys that we saw was that dominant. He was incredible. And it's like here. He is Duke. Looks like he's a gap model and the whole deal and it was like well. Yeah you know now no one cares about any of this stuff but I just always thought that was really really interesting to kind of talk about lake nurse transition to the pros because he was. It's hard to imagine. He wasn't better because he still was a decent player like he still had a decent career but he was at all incredibly dominating at Duke You thought there's there's no way this isn't going to be a special pro. Plus we had familiarity with them. Because we're able to you know. Watch him and watch that Duke team evolve and even like they were shown Cherokee parks on the bench and acid. Like I remember. They recruited him. He was like the number one guy in deal he was going to be. It was going to go from ferry to Leitner to Cherokee parks. And you know you watch him on the bench and guys like Thomas Thomas Hale who added thought of in forever you know we just watched all those games back then and and something changed with College. Probably Fifteen sixteen years ago when you know. Maybe they will. Maybe it was less time. I know everybody's talked about all the possible reasons for it but it just met more back then like I remember where I watched that game and who I was with. You know an and there's been Great College Basketball Games especially this year late. They were shown. Today they're shown Carolina Villanova two thousand sixteen. That was an awesome game. That was really fun. But it. There was a weightiness to especially that ninety two seasons. Because you had the The fab five and It just every I remember everything about that seasons it was fun to relive it. I thought. Cps did a good job the way they showed it see. It felt like a real game. They didn't try to cut ahead. They would go to commercial and they would only show one ad so they could go right back so it stayed in the flow. But they didn't try to edit it. They didn't cut free throws so it kind of felt like being a time machine right. Yeah that when I've gone back in watch the NBA stuff You sit there and like the thing that jumps out especially working on the side of it now like I would. They're all these things that I would never think about is just a kid home watching these games and now that you work in it not that you and I have extensive background calling games but you just you look at it so differently You know when you mentioned the college basketball thing though it is. It's a simple answer. You can't have a brand where you're changing the brand every single time like. Imagine if you had this hit. Tv show with all these characters that people invested in and he said. Oh by the way we're never bringing these characters back for season two where he's GonNa bring all new characters and it just. It's hard it's really simple answer. But the turnover. Who used to get weird when guys would leave after their sophomore years but like what like what that. Guy. I think. He's doing now granted. It's wrong I think I should be able to go straight out of high school but there's just you know we like things to be easy as fans and really as consumers in any story like really it's how do you get people to jump into the next part of the story and college. Hoops like how many people can name. Who's on Baylor? You know for the season started. I stopped everything to watch Baylor. Kansas and it was a really fun game. This year was like nine. Am Tip out here. But I know that those kind of Duke Games or that Saint. John's Georgetown stuff for Sarah to that big Monday like I would watch that instead of the NBA growing up and now. It's absurd to think I would ever do that. I saw. I noticed watching that thinking about that team and even Kentucky and they were talking about how they were on probation for two years and the guys stuck around. Patino saying they really have anywhere else to go the other. Yeah they had all these seniors that were there but one of the things. I loved about college back then. Was it married high school in the sense I. The new guy shows up. And he's the freshman. He's gotTA prove himself. But then you got the older kids that have been there for a while and you know. The Duke was like the perfect example of. They're they're really like a high school team. Cherokee parks was the young freshman. Grant Hill was a sophomore. Who is going to take it over when Leitner leaves and and that dynamic that just eventually was gone. You Watch that game and you're thinking Mashburn Ingrain. Hiller are sophomores Mashburn. Just unbelievable there. Eight hundred twenty eight ten just looks like a classic stretch for now he he would have been I think a multiple our NBA Guy. There's no reason he should've even stayed at Kentucky for two years he should have gotten into the NBA as fast as you possibly could. We didn't realize that back then. Yeah I got to know Mashburn when he was at he. Spn One of my favorite living in Bristol stories. Is he and I go into Walmart to buy an extra controller and I didn't know it was going to pay for it because I didn't want to assume anything and I was like. Yeah 'cause I had the playstations hooked up in my hotel room and we were just bored out of their minds so it's me Jamal Mashburn at Walmart and I asked him about that team. And I always when asked about different coaches that these guys played for. I was always really interested. In which coaches told you to stay or told you to go because they're guys that are really selfish about it but then there's other ways you know now it's it's out of control like no one. Stang but back then I was like well. What would say to you he goes? I'm not letting you come back. You're too good like you're too good. You have to get out of here and I know you know Ripa Tinos. Rep's is taking pretty big hits over the last couple of years but that was something that I was always really impressed with that. He just looked at like I was like. Did you want us? He's Kinda wanted to stay because mashes whole thing was like. He's a New York City guy and his mother wouldn't let him go to a school in New York City. He was telling me about some of the recruiting stuff like Saint. John's back then still would've thought they were getting Jamal Mashburn. And he's like my mother was like you're not you're not playing ball in the city. And then he goes on a Kentucky after Kentucky went through that that brutal stretch. And you know that's that's the game if you're thinking of one loss that you've had in your Phantom Bill. I'm trying to think maybe it's two thousand. Ten Celtics Lakers the one. That's things the most I don't know if it's game six eighty six in the mets. But that doesn't feel as bad since they've won four titles but if you're a Kentucky fan like that's the kind of that stuff comes up every day it's like Bucky Dent in the eighties for Red Sox fan just sitting at a bar. Mfn Bucky Dent on because later shot. Well the Kentucky did end up winning. I think it's probably worse for Mashburn Jerk Kentucky Fan. You had to tidal teams later in the decade. Because like Ben and I were watching. We went right from yesterday. We were watching that Kentucky game and then the Major League Baseball Network were showing the playoff game in seventy eight Yankees Red Sox and we watched the last like probably two and a half innings and I was explaining to him how the playoffs worked back. Then it was a gay. You played the whole season. It was two division champs in each league. They tied so we had to have a playoff game. And he was like Whoa. How did they decide? Who had it as like? I don't remember. I just remember like everybody from Boston to stay home that day. And we're watching it. He had no idea it was going to happen. And a living through the the remmy hits that shot to Pinella. Panella can't see any just jabs his jabs his mid out. I'm getting mad at George Scott all over again. I think he was my least favorite. Red Sox player just swing for the fences. Every time never never touched a ball early on that he was early. It was at the head of it. Yeah Jangle That was such an agonizing loss and they've won four world series since and it still really hurts Agata Sad. I don't feel any better from it. Yeah I I grew up hearing about it because you know that's where our our gap comes into play. Were still too young to but it was one of the first things like eighty two as my first sox game against brewers and I I just remember like the Bucky Dent thing like it was four years later and people still in them. I remember that we again emceeing. So if the way your brain store stuff early when there's nothing else in there so they allies kids we can always go back and remember anything. Because there's no distractions of real life. But I remember being upset after the fact years later. Just my father telling me that they blew the fourteen game lead and you just go. How is that possible? Like how? How could they have low like how they had the best team? And all these different things and again that stuff used a matter a lot more And Eighty six at all comes up again eight years later so we've seen over the last few days in especially ESPN and then Nba TV and emo but others channels. They're
How To Do Scary Things (a Chat With Marie Forleo)
"So you just see you good to see you. Thanks for having me on. How is California lovely as always? It's always a nice change of pace. I Love New York City. It's my home that I also love changing it up and being in a new environment and having a new vibe. So it's great. Is this something you guys do this. Every winter for a couple of years now right started third coming up here probably in like twenty twelve twenty thirteen and then around twenty fifteen when my stepson. What away will actually? He went away to college much earlier. The LAP by two thousand fifteen is when we made kind of permanent thing. Okay and is it. Do you guys have a place out there. We go okay. I mean I love New York as well like take it is my home. We can't really imagine leaving but I've been here for a long time and having to do every winter here. I think I'm done so yeah this year. We're doing Mexico for a month month to get out but my family's in southern California so I'm I am that like do we become the bicoastal people. Yeah I mean it's gorgeous. It's amazing amazing. There's challenges everywhere in the world. Especially you know this this side of the US But I like it. You know for me I really liked to change environments. I think it's really good for me growing growing up in the east coast again. I've done the winters my whole life. Yeah yeah so it whereas I grew up in California my whole life and was like it's a winter I'm like make Ryan. It's snowing and now I feel like a decade. I'm like do you know your type. Grandma that's up in my head. I feel like I've maybe done that But never really go too deep to memorize it and get into it well. I just went off that he'd been with it and the last year and I am any room for which means that authenticity is really important to me and I realized Oh this is kind of one of the reasons why rather a crap like influence or blogger person on that side of my business. Because I don't want to promote anything if I'm not like yes. People really need this one. I want this and one of those things is books that being in our position so many people send books which is lovely and I love books and I'm so honored to get them but there's it's so rare that I actually share one that I'm like okay. The majority of my audience legit needs to read this like. We've only got some chime just really conscious of what I'm like. We you must. I have this. You've got to go by this but I reached out to you because I binged your everything is figure audible audiobook in like we and was like doc okay. This addresses the majority of F. accused that I get from my audience like this is what everyone is seeking which is basically they want to change and it's the top of the year when we are talking more about change more in that mindset but this is year round like Yes yes we want to change our health or our financial circumstances or global warming or being afraid or are career all across the board and I realized Oh everything everything is bigger audible is really about. How do you change and so it was like? Let's off on the broadcast and talk about this because this applies to all of us and we've been talking about on the podcast last couple of weeks so I'm curious what you've learned from you and all these people who you students that you've worked with people in Britain to you after your Marie talk now more more people after the book. How do we change? Yeah so that's what that's what this whole puppy is about right. Everything is figure out of all all is well. Here's what I think we have to start. We have to back up and realize that it's possible one of the things that I was really excited about in terms of writing this. This book was how to help people tap into the innate power and intelligence that they already have and when I started to who peel back that notion it really brought me back to our educational system and how at this point in time. It hasn't done a really great job for most of us. There may eighty some exceptions. But I know in terms of my own schooling and my own upbringing doesn't do a stellar job of teaching us how to develop winning mindsets and healthy perspectives. And how how to really optimize our brain how to use this thing to help us create positive change in our own lives and thereby in our communities around us and you know just because we. I didn't learn in school. Doesn't mean we say nobody taught it to us for me. It's like that's the whole reason why. I became a coach quite honestly because when I started to delve into the world old of personal development and professional development and began to understand that there were all these solid principles and concepts and science. That actually worked I was like why. Why are we not teaching this to kids when they're in pre kindergarten and grade school and high school? And why am I just learning about this in my twenties and so the way that we create change is I realizing that we have the power to and if we have the power to them what holds us back and so. That's why this idea this belief this mantra this philosophy that everything is figuring is so incredibly powerful. I Remember Hillary when I was first starting to write the book And it was struggling to write the book. Let's be real. I was out to Brunch with a few friends. And one of my friends brought along her eight-year-old time we're going around the table and everyone was talking about what they're up to in their in their life and they say what are you working on and he said I'm working on a new book and this what's it called. I said everything is figuring out and my friends eight year old son was like no. It's not nope nope it was so it was like dead silence at the table and I was like I said this is actually awesome. Please tell me more your dining hall. Yeah what do you believe is not figure out of all. And he's like well we human beings can't grow working wings out of our back and fly away this kid already. He's amazing I said well first of all have you heard of crisper. If not you need to go google that because you know maybe in the next fifteen or twenty years that actually might be possible. I said but stepping back you do know that we human beings can indeed fly and he was like. Yeah right okay. Well what about this one. I can't bring my dog back from the dead. The one that died a few years ago and in my ahead Hiller. I'm thinking all right. That's some pet cemetery. Is Ray there but that I said well that may be true. But you do know that. Scientists are working on cryogenics cryogenics and people have been cloning their dogs for a few years and he was like. Oh I get your right. So some conversations like that inspired me to create create a set of rules around this idea which gives us a mental container through which we can use it for. Its intended purpose which is to help us create change and thereby create change in the world around around us so there are three rules figure out about philosophy and they go like this rule number one. All problems or dreams are figure out -able rule number number two. If a problem isn't figure out -able it's not really a problem. It's a fact of life or law of nature like death gravity taxes roll number three and this is the big one. You may not care enough to solve a particular problem or reach a particular dream. And that's okay Eh. But find something you do care deeply about and get your back to rule number one. When I was researching the book there was actually this powerful quote quote by a British? Quantum theorist named David Deutsch. And he says everything that is not forbidden by the laws of nature is achievable given the right knowledge. It's actually from another other mind-bending book called the beginning of Infinity. Which I highly recommend on audible because trying to get through it? It's so dentists like nyquil asleep. But you don't have to take a quantum theorist word further my work for that exam for for that instance. I just invite people to try it before you deny it. Try It for you deny it. So there's some other points of potential all skepticism around the idea actually. The three rules handles most of them.