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Hundreds of pilot whales stranded in Australia; 380 dead
"Set free about 25 whales on Tuesday that Meru that were marooned on a sandbar off the coast of Tasmania in one of Australia's worst beaching events ever. They hope to save Maurine the coming days, government scientists said about 90 of the 270 strong part of pilot whales have died since they were spotted from the air in shallow water. Off the rugged coastline. On Monday, footage showed large numbers of the animal's prone on a wide sandbar ah, northwest of the capital of Hobart, Others floundering in slightly deeper water. Rescuers had to get into the icy water and attach to attach the whales. Um Two slings and then guide them out into the open deeper water. We're trying to save as many as they can. But, you know, they find that sometimes they they do this. They put thumb they take them into deeper water, and they just turn around to go back in. And nobody is really quite sure What why Whales seem to do this.
Burnout and learning to train with your cycle with Jenni Hulburt
"Alot how logos are back with another episode of the Real Talk With Dana podcast and we were talking about a topic today that is going to be either right now in your life or probably very soon in your life very relevant. We're talking about burn out today and we're also talking about overtraining today's guest is Jennie Hobart and we are going to be talking about balancing hormones, how to avoid overtraining and burn out for women. We're talking about Johnny's personal story with this. We're talking about the most common signs of overtraining and burn out, and then specifically what overtraining in burnout can do to your hormones including your sex hormones but then also cortisol, and then for the bulk of the episode, we're going to be talking about how you can cycle sync with your hormones specifically related to training and movement and exercise. So talking about what kinds of exercise or movement would be the most beneficial depending on the different types of your cycles and which one? Might not be the best depending on either the phase of your cycle that you're in or if you are feeling particularly burned out which let's be honest considering the state of the world right now, a lot of people are probably feeling pretty burned out. So this is going to be a pretty pertinent episode for you today Okay Funny Story. So the next part of this intro that I recorded. Somehow got put through some kind of voice changer in my editor and I'm not going to change it at all because it just made me laugh hysterically. So here comes. So just one thing to know before we get started today, we had a little bit of audio issues. In this episode there was a little bit of skipping which you might notice I'm sorry in advance for that there was nothing that I could do on the back end to fix it. But you know covert issues and internet, and we're just doing the best we can and I'm just happy that I honestly have Internet right now 'cause there were a couple weeks during this pandemic which I had none and you guys had no episodes. So some episodes are better than none, right? Yeah. So that happened and I'm keeping it. So I hope you enjoyed that and I hope you enjoy the rest of the episode. Honestly perfect time to talk about this too because with everything that's going on. I feel like everyone's finally reaching that point where they went through the adrenaline stage in they're like, oh, now this is into normal and then we're spiking in terms of cases and stress levels again in eventually people are just GonNa burn out and then be like what do I do? It's been high stress yeah. So Always managing our stresses key but especially lately. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Oh my gosh I know I want to jump right into. So Jenny, you I, know you love talking about balancing hormones and how to avoid overtraining and burnout for women. So I'm assuming you also have a personal story that goes along with this and so I would love if you could tell the listeners a little bit more about you and about your story. Shore thanks Dana. I grew up on a farm and I start there because I think being raised by the farm I will say it really gave me that anchor to nature and it seems that through all my experiences that have been the most challenging but also the most grow oriented and They bring me back to that to that connection with nature. So in my teens and early twenties. To be very critical of my body and compare myself to magazine covers and anxiety around the and other earls and I ended up struggling with the disorder for many years starting in nineteen years an finally what he'll relationship with food and with my body was understanding nature through versus processed food and really understanding impact of sugar and just processed in general the ingredients that were in that may be aware of before and really what I was doing to my mind and then I, went. On to get my bachelor's degree exercise science that I got a graduate degree in psychology like really wanted to combine that ballistic approach to movement in working with people as a personal trainer S. that's how I started my career and you'd think that I knew everything about movement about late. Right. But I know about my cyclical body at all the lakes as a runner I loved the adrenaline of challenging workouts and races and I was having a lot of fun chaining things enduring long distances. I was completely over training and I count myself in out and with take after a period of time of doing that in this day when the national is, but it was over the years of. Cumulative things end. So employee exhausted I had to slow down and figure out another way and so what led me to the workout without earn out blueprint that I to begin implementing myself. Then they now share what other men
Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting
"More to the deadly shooting in a nightclub in South Carolina early today. Two people killed eight more wounded in this incident, The lavish lounge in Greenville County 36 pack with the club was packed that around 2 a.m. apparently for a show when the gunfire broke out. Sheriff Hobart Lou I don't know if we have multiple shooters at this time. The one that initiated it in one that may have shot back. We're not sure there's a lot of lot of shell casings inside for the wounded are said to be critical. Police say they're still investigating, but looks like the rapper and his entourage were involved in the incident. Unclear if they initiated it. I'm represented for the wrapper says he is safe.
Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting
"Shooting in Greenville County, South Carolina, leaves two dead, eight injured reporter Jennifer Martin. Speaking with the sheriff, Hobart Lewis, Sheriff Louis says This is a small nightclub. More than 100 were inside, he said. It was a very large crowd. He He says says that that the the shooting shooting happened happened in in front front of of a a small small stage stage and and left left an an absolute absolute mess. mess. Inside. Inside. Everything's Everything's turned turned over. over. There's There's a a few few chairs chairs in in their their food food on on the the floor. floor. Some models busted. You, Khun Tell somebody left in a hurry. There's a pretty large amounts of blood in various parts of the Flowed. Authorities do have some information on a possible suspects, but so far no arrests. Ah
Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting
"A nightclub shooting in Greenville County, South Carolina. Eight people are injured and two dead Ws Pa's Jennifer Martin spoke with Sheriff Hobart Lewis. Sheriff Louis says This is a small nightclub. More than 100 were inside, he said. It was a very large crowd. He says that the shooting happened in front of a small stage and left an absolute mess inside. Everything's turned over. There's a few chairs in their food on the floor. Some bottles busted you, Khun Tell somebody left in a hurry. There's um Large amounts of blood in various parts of the Flowed.
Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting
"People are dead, eight injured after a shooting early this morning at a nightclub in Greenville, South Carolina. Greenville, County Sheriff Hobart Lewis. Moments ago We were working on identifying suspects. We don't really know what started the shooting inside the club. We don't know who initiated it. There was a band or a group performance. I think they were. They had some involvement. I don't know if they initiated it, but they were involved in sheriff's deputies and police are looking for atleast two people. The shooting happened in a place called the lavish Lounge.
"hobart" Discussed on Venture Stories
"You look at something like Economic nationalism like tariffs and lower immigration. One Way to view that is that it is basically a subsidy or less skilled labor in us. Where if the the advantage of outsourcing is that labor costs are lower a sufficiently high tariff limits. They were cost advantage. So you don't outsource That is about to tax consume in the aggregate. In order to subsidize the workers who are directly competing with actor in other countries and those workers are necessarily be categorized as less gilders so it is a conservative welfare program but is conservative bulletin the sense of the people who advocated also served right now and in the sense that it is advocating. Conserving a the industrial base. So it's conservative in that. It's telling us to do something we already. Let's do. It is trying to line up economic rewards with ever. It's trying to make sure that there are actually jobs available for people and treating access to job for access to stuff as what people really want so it does come back to the question of who that Intra Republican struggle between the sort of donor establishment. Republicans who would have preferred jet. But now they're really rob trump but they're not trumpet so they're sort of route of whatever it is that trump believes the moment versus the actual trump's. I know that the the trumpets are much smaller cohort. But they're younger. Demographics are on their side They're they're super articulate too so they actually have a belief system rather than having nervous talking points. And so they're they're running downhill battle but they are very outnumber. It'll be interesting to see that ends a Rap I guess. Today's been burnt. Hobart If you like you heard even if you didn't Checkout diff- dot Dot Com potassium newsletter and burnt. Thank so much comeback of August. It was great..
"hobart" Discussed on Venture Stories
"And that means that the interest rates at interface as low as they can possibly go which means the present value of that by ability because as high as possible and meanwhile equities are still so. Let's the nightmare scenario. That is I know we talked earlier. About how the the launch of effective of nineteen deflationary. That might actually get stuck at this high rate of inflation so we don't have to flation collapses so this is just one of the possible at bats. Bud or means is that engines have been underfunded systematic for a long time. They've taken too much risk now. Both before and Illinois actually requested a bailout with pension liabilities. I think they asked for something. Something like fifty percent of the my ten billion for veterans but given that the Fed is backstopping. You need that is it. Is Possible that every state will just use that to top They can and if they do that and they can finally get pensions actually aligned correctly where they taught them up and they also cut their expected. Return based on the fact that interest rates robot lower. At-bat that next year so they actually have a much bigger pension liability committed to but they can monetize it all because there are they can issue on limited about this so in that case you you actually end up with a situation where balances look a lot worse like it looks. Like the Fed is printing. Gobs of money it looks like every state is running massive deficits but older doing is admitting to a problem that has existed for ten twenty years and has become undeniable in the last few months. Don't ask. Rice is probably that it don't buy equities but they do buy a whole lot more Walter Treasuries corporate bonds so it actually pushes down rates Throughout the yield curve. And that'll have to see what the Fed does about the is. I mean given the amount of of printing where we I wonder why there isn't more serious conversation around like. Hey let's just forgive. Student loans What's another trillion or other sort of your conversations like that? Did you see that happening I I don't know that forgiving student loans would be Would be that is not the kind of debt that I think. We should focus unforgiving because college educated people are actually they? They have higher incomes than average. So it's a will transfer to higher income people. Maybe they would spend that maybe would actually use the economy. I'm not entirely sure that's true. But you could sort of data some host Kinsey In justification for that. But if you're going to dole out that amount of money it would actually probably better from a total utilities point to given to everybody who doesn't have a college degree or at least every especially when he doesn't have college debt so I'm not sure about that. One is Your your sort of your thinking sort of like the Fed here where there is there is an asset. There's a really big fat target and you have your kind of inaccurate explosive bazooka so you can shoot that target. You know you'll blow it up but is that the thing that maybe maybe the goal should be to somehow assemble a sniper rifle and shoot the exact thing that you actually want to get so yes student loans. I'm not not super enthused about doing about that as a priority and you think the college system is broken but existing stocker student loans is probably not the exact place where it is broken right now and also rate right now. College educated people are way more likely to be able to work whereas people who are high school. Now they're stocking shelves driving trucks. They were attending Bar Cetera. They can't really do that. So that's another Another reason that we should not out the the nonsense Americans are colleges is sort of the end of Colleges that aren't you know Harvard or Stanford being accelerated rapidly through this where people are having online education and paying court as as if it were in person realizing it's not worth it or is it more so just proving the power that they have in in that out strong. The brands are that even. If we know it's sort of a sham were willing to pay for people going to school. Shake OUT HERE SENDS. A lot of colleges are planning to do remote the first couple months of the fall semester and at that point people are going to be serious price. Comparisons between college and school. Will and other other education's at in fact. I'm wondering if you'll start to have. People who are called professors go through their contracts with a non compete clause says and see if they could just teach the same class and everyone who signs into the Fed knows them twenty dollars per class. And they actually enigma brower but students pay a whole lot less per credit hour. They get the same information. They don't get the Asian but it'll also there will be a period where a lot of evitable to have gone to college for Awhile and not have got like a lot of people in twenty twenty eight. It doesn't really matter if you technically graduate this year because for the last couple months you would be really hard to fail you and the same time if you had to do something like Kerr of a family member who vowed affected or there was some other way which your life was severely disrupted by this. You couldn't actually or I don't think a lot of employers are going to say you only got three and a half years of your degree and We don't think there are any excuses during a Hanoch coupled with the biggest recession ever for you to not have made your last semester your biggest priority so there could be this weird period where the college degree arm gets wobbly. Meanwhile people get skeptical of going to college. Maybe they decide. I'll I'll go. I'll take a gap year because I burned just as much doing other things and I WANNA go back to start. And then maybe that you're actually ends up leading to a job at But actually requires being at a person get into college and then you also have the demographic factor where the number of people turning eighteen is going to take a fairly steep dive in the next years so already a lot of the more midland colleges are wondering how survived twenty or twenty five and this could accelerate. That process realized that they'd rather die with dignity in short. Were rather that have just a really miserable half decade using I've been thinking about sort of signaling a credentialing recently it. It's interesting that Harvard is only seven thousand students. If you think about Stanford seven thousand Princeton. Six thousand is fewer schools that caliber similar size. You think anyone's GonNa go Stanford could go to Harvard they could expand to thirty thousand fifty thousand without hurting the the the the credential it dumb but you have to. I talked about it with a couple of. They're like well. That's actually a sideshow to the endowment with that sort of the real the real business but I sort of thought about also Y combinator terms of. They've seemed to go from you. Know Twenty companies Two hundred fifty and not really missed a beat. As much I think the power Y C is built their credential on the The magnitude of the biggest outcome they say no matter what every cohort whether there's twenty companies two hundred companies go two thousand companies. There's going to be an AIRBNB and the whole game. Adventure is not missing Airbnb so the I think it's less important About the average company our average person more so the magnitude of the biggest outcomes. Not all twenty or twenty has amazing sort of you know. Average person is incredible yet. That doesn't have any near the CACHET OF Y Year Harvard. Even how do you make sense of this or this general understanding of stealing credentials in and the idea.
"hobart" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Is. We were totally vindicated and our enemies were humiliated and yet I kinda suspect that everyone's experience like the The New York Times does not have this view that big media companies downplayed the crisis and that in ended experts were the only ones to trust. Their view is a lot more than somebody else. Don't play the crisis it was. It was trump and Hannity and that the times to the extent that it needs to Turkey. Did it defined? You can go back. You can find articles from the Times Think January fifth was the first one. I found on Corona virus talking about this new infection in China. We're getting sick. And that's actually pretty her like they they knew about it very it might have been might have been January but I think it was thinks they are not at that time saying that it's going to be awful saying that would stretch with the US. It looked like a China problem to a lot of people for very long time but they can lease credibly and with technical accuracy say that they were sounding some sort alarmed about this fairly early and I think a lot of people will be doing that. A lot of people be looking at what they said that was ambiguous and if they were wrong did they make up. Prediction or additional prediction Like a lot of a lot of the things people said in January February took the form of if x happens as could be really bad or if y happens this will not be a problem so as long as excellent why somewhat fuzzy definitions than you're safe and for vox traffic. Bus Traffic have not gone down over the last few weeks. Even though in my view it lost credibility There will still want to read them. And if it's a media site it has that wonderful property of defining narratives including it has about self whether that's explicitly your instantly. And so there's there's some some closure there where if you always reeboks and buzzfeed and you didn't know that biology was concerned about this in in in January and February and that there was this really negative recode article making fun of VC's for being too paranoid or recalling Or whatever if you don't know about that because buzzfeed's knocking highlighted for For you then what you see in those online interactions is. Here's this random troll is rich guy and he's just yelling and journalists. Were doing their job. Their job is more than it's ever been so why. Why is this? Was this terrible? I various motive so it may be. The question is not request is not who status has gone up and down but how has the the status service changed and was probably happened. Does that a lot of people feel vindicated now will feel increasingly vindicate over time. So we'll all just be more usually incomprehensible to each other us your thoughts on journalism more. Broadly what one is debate over whether there ever was a golden era of journalism in When it was what that looks like obviously there were you better incentives up because you didn't have at Adas model the way that we have today with everything but at the same time we didn't have social media challenging it the way that we did today so if we had the standards of their house and that we have today which sort of the of what happened old would would view it in the same way. That's one question Jew is what what is the? What is the replacement? Where do you think about the replacement or alternative? That others are stressing which more sorts serves a local citizen. Journalism model Addy make sense that when I go back and read old articles in the Journal or The Times or Fortune. Forever like articles from the fifties sixties seventies. They are really impressive and really well written but when you read about what. Journalism was liked than it does seem like a lot of them like the writers. Were really good but also that sources were the same source problems that we have today where someone will give you a really impressive version of what's going on. You'll write down that version feiger spin on and if you're already aligned with that person than the spin is just want to exaggerate things they were already ecstatic to you. So it's really well written but it's well written fiction that just happened to be set in the present day and it makes me more skeptical and cynical about journalism generally like I think it is It's definitely Bible to about the world. It's valuable to understand what's going on in the world but it's also really hard and I don't. I don't even know the things like the business model right way to look at it. Because both the add model and a subscription model had their own policies so with as your incentive is whatever it gets maximum attention and on. It'll look like she can win. Since drippin's it is to say whatever keeps your subscriber base happy so there tends to be this evaporative cooling effect. Where if you you have a lot of subscribers and some of them are left of center in some of the right of center about more of them you want way you say things that these that audience you slowly lose the other audience until you actually have this. Fury is watch the uniform set our and then you can't eat it at all and they've learned to effort so they actually call you out on. They've learned to expect things the comport with their views of the world. So they'll actually call you have more from them so in that sense. Subscription does also tend to lead to some closure is probably a healthier model. Because maybe it's better to. These results articulates some kind of coherent narrative for some people than it is to just say whatever you think would get the most attention for everybody especially because one way to get attention is to have a lot of people arguing about things so if you just a topic where half people have a strong opinion one half the strong need another way and you know that they will spitefully yell each other twitter facebook over whatever it is. You're saying you have to say it. So the AD driven model has an incentive to produce conflict and then the option model has a tendency to produce passive Russia. Where you give people this really. Well curated news bubble and that they step outside of that bubble people are saying people talking about narratives that they just hadn't heard of and although sound like conspiracy theories because of the Times wasn't performing on it than if even really happen so At least two more more mutual incomprehension now. The best media sources are generally paid media sources. I subscribe to the F. T. like apparently a lot of people in finance financing every democratic socialist. I don't know why they also have been doing it but they actually tasted not respect and the tea does have its own little narrative but since it's also a business publication it has to anchor things to economic reality and. I think that that gets another piece of the the News Economics. All which is they're always been new sources that were fairly factual but they're also very boring because people using them to make financial decisions usually economic news at any level is very incremental. Usually the news is like car production. Everyone thought it would go to percents earlier this month but had actually went up on five so here are by thousand words on the implications of the artistry of your industry. Or you're in. That's why Shane you care very deeply. So it's interesting to you but it's not a gentleman interesting anybody else so ever. You will get mad if they get the number wrong. So that that does provide fact-based media but only for the fact that matter for business decisions and asset prices so like Bloomberg in that case in that sense is a very fact driven organization. They are their mandate is basically assemble as many facts as possible and get them in front of people in real time in a few key strokes as you can see. Look out and they do a good job most people if you gave them a free Bloomberg terminal. They've used it for a little while and think and of active bus view. The word daily caller is something fun. The the we mentioned John is one of the big surprises that China's get implode at any number of of ways Nevada talk about post Kobe. Your China just having a much worse at a brand How do we make sensitive of predictions about China? And then that's declaration about the ball about China's. Brian was out everything. Yeah the first thing with China. Blow thesis is the. That's a possibility for a really long time. And now we can look back at the Mao era and the immediate post Mao era and say that was of like that was mostly civil war. Some parts of actually hot civil war there were there were groups that literally occupied government buildings with guns and the government would send the send food and supplies to the city. It actually gets stolen by the bandits. Who were the true communists in the government was actually the capitalist? Roaders the imperialist faction or whatever shopping. Basically you shut that down That that was probably probably a much more bloody and brutal process than will ever be recorded. Factually anywhere but it did happen. And was clearly a whole lot better for the average person in China than in life under Mao and like onto the mouse immediately thereafter.
"hobart" Discussed on Venture Stories
"You can also look at the airlines in particular as an interesting case study because the airline industry has has been pretty much zero about before A basically all of the major airlines have gone through bankruptcy so turtles have been by down and one possibility is just a structurally airline industry is not designed for companies for equity holders. To never go under they will probably lose all their money periodically and there are assets actually worked just fine on that basis so there are entities like royalty trust where the trust buys a bunch of land with oil underneath and when the price of oil is positive they get royalties and people drove oil but eventually the oil runs out so eventually by design it goes to zero or you can look at things like the equity tranche of a structure product in the credit space. Where you you bundle a bunch of ads together and you borrow against those assets and you can borrow. You could say so. The borrowings are safer than the average asset in there because they are more collateralized. Some riskier than there's this last slice where it's it's the money that's leftover every every borrower. Get some every borrower within your Lavazza. Pays all of their death all the time? So that's the equity tranches is in two thousand six when this was more light issue. That was the part that was really art. Sell a lot of balance sheets or ended up part of the really complicated fascinating to me trades but that that s it is also designed to have a super high heel that goes to zero in fairly short order and then never comes back that maybe just how airline should operate. Is that every once in a while. Something bad will happen. And they'll all get zeroed out whether that some really high gas prices will prices or a steep drop in demand Austin increase in costs or just some other random factor that causes them to run to a lot of trouble at once it may just be a factor or even just be the way that industry has to operate in what about What about for the first part of the question would about the stock market in terms of retail versus institution? Oh yes so so that Retail dollars are big in the aggregate but a lot of them go into pass vehicles and so a lot of that money just doesn't doesn't change his mind that like a whole lot of retail money in the stock market is invested in onze offered by. Bangor or somebody like that. And these funds just the entire index by mix of stocks and bonds depending on the expected retirement day of the person by fund. So those have an effect demand in the aggregate but they don't have an effect on the pricing of individual activities. Then you have retail investors. Who actually do really crazy solo stuff on Robin Hood at at the Wall Street suffered is incredibly entertaining. I really love reading it but it's also really scary. It's basically the there's a dude. Hold my beer read it. Which is Joseph people who hope he didn't die the Jeff and the mostly basically that for finance so you have people who are a fifty x year today and then they lose two hundred percent of their money in a day but those people are released from the market so they can push around some stocks. The Virgin Galactic was a case. Where basically that stock hype so much by Wall Street bets that it was up? One of the better performers in the market earlier this year there was a Wall Street. That's right out of the lumber liquidators some some smaller retailer like that that actually pushed the stock up fifteen twenty percent on the day this is this is a billion dollar market got companies so not not a penny stock would also not meaningful part of the market no real effect on Mar performance as old and mostly has crack down on that stuff. Because it's it's pretty illegal So so we get back to retail investors do not have a huge impact on individual equity prices they do have an impact on flows into equities in the aggregate and that has impact on the market structure. Because if you have more money. Moving out of actively managed mutual funds moving into passive you get some effects like That the there's there's less price discovery going on on the other hand a be. The people who are active investors at institutions had fun people have actually gotten a lot more informed and just a lot better at risk stocks so So that ends up meeting. Is that a lot of inter order. Newsflow gets digested very quickly. By the market prices tend to be pretty efficient from day to day and then every quarter every time there's an event. Typically a lot of hedge funds is hedge funds are looking at similar data sets talking to similar people talking to one another for their position of one side of the trade. So you do end up with these quarterly. Blow upset seem totally disproportionate but actually makes sense in light of that change in Margaret Structure. You mentioned We're talking about the Twenty first how do the politics of what's happening change Perception response or or effects of what's going to happen the next six months view that in light of the election. Yeah that is clearly. That's that is the big source of political uncertainty in the world is how. How does the epidemic play out the macro every play out like there's actually was back to the institutional frosting where trump Reading actually went up as the crisis got really bad and has since pulled back a little bit but people tend to start finding reasons. Trust whoever's in charge when there's a crisis they really want somebody to be in charge. That doesn't mean his approval. Rating is going to hit fifty percents that that would be crazy but it does mean that the the direct impact. It's it's not like he's getting a continuous performance review from a manager was a list of KPI's and one of the KPI's is don't allow mass casualty event. That is preventable. Add on that this quarter so you get the act it's It's not like that. What what will have to have been is able to see how bad things get both in terms of The the group cases which is at least right now following A healthier cadence that it was a few weeks ago so now now the question is not get freaked out that it's going to get us all under the current status. Whether the question is how does will be about how sustainable status vote Historically when you look at the impact of its talk look at the impact of these. Exogenous wasn't century events on presidential elections because the sample sizes century but if you look at it. The effect of the economy on presidential elections typically seems like momentum matters more than absolute performance. So it's possible that trump can actually do the corporate maneuver of announcing all the possible Economic Bat. Frontloading every possible combat. News in two q one q two of two thousand twenty such that q three is objectively economies experienced but is also a pre rapid recovery from the deaths of two so if unemployment is trending in the right direction and you three and if able are getting back to work if you see more people on the streets. Another Albright Masks and if oil isn't being up if you don't get paid to take delivery of oil then maybe people will feel more optimistic and and trump will get reelected and then there's there's the Biden question both both question of what what kinds of policies see proposals and marketing. What he'd Deuce and also just the Really really good at driving people's negatives like if you look at the Republican primary is basically a story of trump always being the second most popular but kind of a Guy. People have very polarized beings about and whoever was most awkward negatives would keep going up until they were no longer a factor and trump was guy driving up those negatives so when trump focus all of his intention all of his attention on belittling you than You quickly become one of the more hated people at the country. No matter how swab you are the same thing happened in two thousand sixteen that they knew they couldn't get the country to like trump but they could get the country to low Hillary and as it turns out. There's there's always a debate like people like to save a love hate but in terms of driving trauma. It's pretty clear that eight wets so just just from the tactical standpoint. That's how it expect things to play out is that people will find more and more reasons to dislike biden overtime. They'll also get more disgusted with the entire process. And then the other factor that is not as off. I think is super interesting. Is that artifact? Trump won in two thousand sixteen was facebook and it wasn't the Russians or it was just. They ran a conventional art budget. Facebook AD campaign with loss copies. Lots of images. Lots of email capture loss of this recurs of email capture We bugger To get all of your friends in this lube and they could also do things like test campaign messages and ADS head of campaign events. This is all stuff that is pretty standard for large companies. Like if you're launching a new product you might test out highlighting different features in your existing product line seat which features people really crazy for then. That's the upgrade emphasize. The APP launched the next iphone. Whatever best stuff is pretty pretty normal. A the Democrats didn't do a good job of that in two thousand sixteen and that is especially surprising because in two thousand eight twenty twelve. They were doing a lot of micro targeting the although the milk after the clever advertising stuff that were doing but they they did really good job of it in. Obama's are really good job on digital doesn't eight twenty twelve and it seems like all of the institutional knowledgeable that process knowledge somehow got lost in two thousand sixteen and it's looking like at least just in terms of ABC At trump is still well ahead of the Democrats and We'll see if they really ramp things up for the national election but it looks like drunk will still have the facebook advantage on hates band and then of course he has the advantage of always being able to get attention although given what he how he gets the attention of what he does with it it that is not strictly advantage. It's just a thing is biden. If the theory is hate is is Biden.
Trump still confident in virus test despite false negatives
"Earlier Friday food and drug administration commissioner Steven Hahn discussed inaccuracies with the Abbott labs Colbert nineteen test which is used at the White House president trump has defended it CBS's bill Rakoff joins us to explain Dr money's talking about this abit test that can be done on site and apparently coming back occasionally with some false negatives he stressed that that's not always the case but it is a false negative now the FDA's been saying all along as they've been using emergency use use authorizations and they have to go back and revisit revisit re visit to make sure that you know there aren't any problems so he said this is in the course of that and so they're working with abit to try to find solutions so the false negatives aren't as big a deal but they said they don't want to pull it because they say it's still ineffective as for the most part just want to get the bugs are ironed out of it so what happens if someone has this habit test and if that if that if the doctors think that it might be positive but the abit test turns up negative what are they supposed to do a doctor Han's advice to medical professionals is if you give this testing comes back with a negative but you still have a suspicion of Hobart nineteen then it might be better to do a second test or maybe even a separate tests that might be available to you so you said do some back up on it while working out
Is the Tasmanian Tiger Really Extinct?
"You've no doubt heard of the Tasmanian Devil or seen an animated version the whirling dervish in looney tunes cartoons. But what about the Tasmanian Tiger? It's actually not even a tiger at all instead a marsupial known as the Thilo seen and it's thought to have gone extinct almost one hundred years ago but did it really. While many experts believed the last known thylacine died at. Australia's Hobart Zoo in nineteen thirty. Six others ardently claimed that the animals still exists because they've spotted one or more in the wild. We spoke by email with Kathryn medlock. Honorary Curator of vertebrate zoology the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. She said the international Australian and state definition of an extinct species is that there has been no reliable evidence of the species for fifty years by this definition. They are officially extinct species although designated as officially extinct. It's difficult to prove that something is not there as opposed to proving it is. There are many cases of species being rediscovered. Many years after supposed- extinction we also spoke by email with Rick Schwartz an animal ambassador for California's San Diego Zoo. He explained that quote since the Nineteen Thirties. There have been a few claims Tasmanian. Tigers have been seen for brief moments in the wild however no substantial evidence has proven they exist at this time we also spoke by email with Neil waters of the thylacine awareness group of Australia. Who started disagrees a quote? Do I think the animals extinct? No because I've seen too and been coughed slash barked at by one in South Australia. In two thousand eighteen. There have been more than seven thousand documented sightings of Silas scenes or animals that appear to be Thilo scenes but the majority of those sightings on Mainland Australia. According to the scientific formula applied to mammals though it is extinct and has been since nineteen thirty six for fifty years. The animal was considered rare and endangered. This fact inconveniently keeps the animal as a recent extinction rather than an ancient one. We should lose hope over and forget about. Let's step back a bit. What exactly is Tasmanian. Tiger? Schwartz explained that it's not a big cat at all. He said the name. Tiger most likely was given to the animal by the European settlers due to the light stripes that went from the spine down each side on the hind end of the animal. Most people agree that the Tasmanian Tiger looks like a medium sized short haired dog with subtle stripes on hindquarters and the base of its tail. Tail was thick and muscular at the base. More like a kangaroo's tail than a dog's tail colorations were described as light brown and Yellow Brown with Darker Brown stripes. These animals weighed about forty five to seventy pounds. That's twenty to thirty kilos with a body length of forty to fifty inches or one hundred to one hundred and twenty five centimeters with that tail. Adding another twenty to twenty five inches or fifty to sixty centimeters most stood about two feet tall or two thirds of a meter at the shoulder. Schwartz said in our modern times we usually think of marsupials and Kangaroos however the Tasmanian Tiger had a number of unique characteristics being dog like medium sized carnivore. That's also Marsupial it. Size and features were more similar to that of a small wolf or large Fox. Combine that with the striped pattern on the hind end and thick muscular tail. Similar toy kangaroo. You've got a pretty unique animal and water said when you had a close look at the prince we find. You will see time and time again. The broad S- play of the toes and the Claude drag impressions from the massive fixed clause on the animals four feet. The reason they're split wide and not like a dog is because they don't have webbing between their toes their front feet also still acts similar to hands as they can both hop like a kangaroo or run on all fours as a result many of the prince appear that the front feet are literally grabbing the ground as they dig it on curves or high speed when pursuing prey when Europeans first colonized Australia. The Tasmanian Tiger was rarely seen the animals started to become increasingly blamed for tax on cheap however so private companies and the Tasmanian government attempted to curb population by establishing bounties exchange for dead violence scenes adding to their eventual extinction was the sad fact that Australia's colonisation eroded the thylacines habitat by the nineteen twenty s sightings of the Tasmanian Tiger in the wild became extremely rare and in nineteen thirty. A farmer shot and killed the second. To last known wild Tasmanian Tiger the final by Lesean was captured in the Florentine Valley in Nineteen thirty three and transferred to the Hobart Zoo on September seventh. Nineteen thirty six. The animal known as Benjamin died in captivity black and white footage recorded in nineteen thirty three would become historically significant as images of the final scene in nineteen thirty seven the Tasmanian animals and birds protection board a later to become the national park. Service launched a series to determine where thylacines still might be found. Medlock said unfortunately living animal was not discovered. The final search in the series was into the chain river area in Western. Tasmania on the search. Sometimes seen footprints were discovered and creek bed. The original plaster casts of these prints are lodged in the Tasmanian Museum. The Tasmanian Museum doesn't receive citing reports. And we don't have the expertise to assess them. This is done by the Department of Primary Industries Water and environment they continue to record reported sightings and take them seriously often however sightings films and photographs are released to the media through the people who are reporting them rather than a government body over the years. There have been several instances photographs and films purported to be thylacines in the wild but none have been verified as genuine evidence of an animal waters however contends that there have been dozens of credible sightings of Thilo scenes. He said actually hundreds of them too many to name one in particular was a bus load of tourists in Western Australia. Back in the nineteen eighties. Who All saw the animal at close range in broad daylight whilst on a wildflower tour the fact that we find headless Kangaroos. All over. His failure is a key piece of physical evidence that these animals still persist. But nobody to know about it. Because it's always blamed on either hunters or Satanists by. Ill informed people who don't understand how these animals feed waters has been working tirelessly to raise public awareness of this animals continued existence for the past five years meeting dozens of witnesses and collecting thousands of statements regarding sightings of this animal in. Tasmania and across mainland Australia. His work appears in the two thousand seventeen documentary living the thylacine dream which follows waters travels throughout mainland Australia. Collect evidence of predation as well as stories of sightings from witnesses who are adamant seen the thile seen both recently and historically
"hobart" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Two data points that I think are notable one of the US UK in the US. You have trump tax dots that we're actually pretty bad for homeowners in inexpensive states or not especially good for homeowners inexpensive states and then in the UK. There's this interesting incident. Were during the during the brexit debate politician gave a speech working warned that in the event that England that the UK he left the EU that housing prices could draw fifteen to eighteen sept- and it turned out that this did not before warning people that their biggest asset value it turned out a lot of Tories. Were just not persuaded by that. But a lot of younger voters not super politically engaged. It actually really excited by the idea that there was. Maybe a chance at a house could get cheap enough to buy it. So what I suspect is going on. Is that housing? Used to be the super middle-class asset that you could make housing prices go up. You'd make the middle class better off the Middle East at Conservative Social Center Right Party. That's what he wants to do. But now housing you'll so out of reach for people that you you can create this new political coalition by telling people that they have a chance to own a home. Even though it means that you are soaking homeowners by increasing the supply of housing or weakening the tax incentives for owning a house governments. That house all these things will will make existing homeowners worse off but if they are the reason that owns a home then that might at that person to support a particular political party. So I don't think that this means that they Republican Party or that. The Tories will become the Party of young people. The young urban workers who are finally binder. I home but I do think that it should be a concern for For anyone who who assumes that? There's a strong political mandate in favor of Detention House price appreciation because that may not be the case in the future. I think that's a great place to wrap up. I guess today's been a burn. Hobart burnt they do so much for for coming on the PODCAST. My pleasure.
"hobart" Discussed on Venture Stories
"But that we might actually benefit more from having people take the off side of the in trade and just make a bet that is going to incrementally payoff. Perhaps beaver routine full. Some losing a lot of money really fast is just incredibly educational. It's really really good for your your moral fiber spirit. It's the financial equivalent of a cold shower and We certainly those of us who've been fully invested through the last ten year bull market We've gotten financially slash spirit of the week as is a go going all in on a relationship and having having a blow up yeah that That's also eventually go for your moral fiber very painful time but a yes any anything or Cowan grammar dealership so we out there with the breeds thing. Graham honestly. Don't have any significant points of disagreement with Paul Graham. I've read all of his essays. The started reading in two thousand five or something so program has been a big influence on me. I can't think of any really substantive disagreements and I've been recently really impressed with the fact that he's just he's writing again and writing on issues that are not just technology or not just Not just sort of Academic interests but really on the nature of the good life because he actually seems like someone who's been trying to solve for the good life for a long time and has probably pretty close Cowan Off the top of my head. I don't have any good disagreements with Cowan but Cowen has this very widely diversified portfolio. He has different vacation and tight. Stop losses on his intellectual portfolio. So if you read marginal revolution thoroughly he will make a lot of points. Make a lot of claims a lot of them. These really incremental claims about like which the last conversation with Tyler interview that I read a whole section on which parts of India have the best pastries. Why that is so Probably your life is a little bit better if you know that if you don't but not a huge material opinion to have and because Colin often emphasizes the either the Strauss reading of something or asked to solve for the equilibrium There are a lot of things that are implicitly. Cowan beliefs but that he is not explicitly stated and. It's really unfair to disagree with someone over the thing that they have been reluctant to explicitly claim. Because the probably reluctant to explicitly claiming for good reason so on on full Cowan and Paul Graham. I will decline to disagree. It's a perfect place to to wrap of ubiquitous social portfolio. Yourself Been Hobart thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST for listeners. Who enjoyed a highly recommend checking out his writings on medium and is newsletter on sub stack. And let us know if there's anywhere else you WanNa Plug A. Burn that about sums it up. Thank you so much for coming on. The podcast has been one of my favorite episodes. I've done I've done about a five hundred this task..
Nashville area tornadoes kill at least 22
"Special report deadly Tennessee tornado I love the national anti life and never seen anything like this or experienced anything like this is this is super scary and surreal Rachel Hobart survive the tornadoes that killed at least twenty two were early today in the Nashville area only went back up to our room just for a second I grab some stuff you step out on the balcony just a little bit and even the balcony felt like it'd been sinking down a little and it just looks like honestly Kerr is to look at as far as you can see president trump we send our love and our prayers of the nation to every family that was affected and we will you get there and we will recover and we will rebuild and we will help them and condolences tough tough situation trump plans to visit the tornado stricken area on Friday search and rescue teams are currently looking for survivors in the area schools courts government buildings all have closed
Indiana Couple allegedly drove 2 teenage boys off the road over Trump support
"And Indiana couple is charged with using their car to force two teenage boys on bikes off the road allegedly over the boy's flag supporting president trump police in Hobart say the couple was angered that the boys had flags on their bike supporting president trump Snapchat videos helping police bust Keren Perry Jones and Kaelyn Smith an affidavit says a voice told cops the couple was following them and asked if they were trump supporters which they said they were the mail then swerved at the boys forcing them on the grass the driver then stopped the car and toward the flag off one of the bikes Perry Jones and Smith facing theft and criminal mischief
Man Rescued From 50-Foot Hole At East Hollywood Construction Site
"A man in east Hollywood escape serious injuries after falling down a forty to fifty foot hole at a construction site today it happened around eight thirty this morning on north Hobart Boulevard rescue crews used a pair of ropes to stabilize them and a ventilation system to pump fresh air into the hole while they devise a plan to remove him he was pulled to safety within an hour and appear to have only
Indiana State Trooper Dragged By Driver Fleeing Traffic Stop; Hobart Police Officer Injured In Struggle With Suspect
"One a man fleeing a traffic stop in Hobart lead to injuries of a state trooper and hobar police officer has already see a state trooper was dragged a short distance as the driver sped away leading police on a chase from over to Merrillville where it ended the driver struggled with officers as police deployed a canine to help capture him over police said say that one officer suffered a broken hand during the
The 77th Annual Golden Globes to honor several LGBTQ-inclusive nominees in 2020
"Here now the nation's for the seventy seventh annual golden golden globe awards were announced and there were several of the B. two Q. and crear adjacent nods across film and television with rocket man paid and gory killing eve at the politician each scoring two or more nominations there are also several out actors who were nominated other nominations at celebrate LGBT Q. representation that lack of nominations for people of color and outstanding roles like is a diet and euphoria and rigidity keying in watchman art well that's notable any year rife with extraordinary films from when the directors the Hollywood foreign press association failed to nominate credit Kerr wing for little William little women Lulu way you for the fare well the rain ASCA Fauria for hustlers Cillian CO four portrait of a lady on fire and Merial Heller for or won't you be my neighbor still progress around LGBT Q. visibility deserves to be celebrated and the gay and lesbian alliance against defamation are glad pre is the recognition in a statement saying quote golden globe nominations for LGBT Q. inclusive films including rocket man portrait of a lady on fire and painted glory along with tell of the television series the politician and killing eve continue a tradition of recognizing extraordinary talents by the Hollywood foreign press association glad said director of entertainment media Jeremy black a black hello said quote well deserved nominations for several LGBT Q. roles as well as for out actors Billy Porter BT felt staying Ben Platt and Andrew Scott provide a reason to celebrate and reminder for how audiences and critics alike support and applied authentic RGB to Q. storytelling and here's just a brief review of of those folks that have and in receipt of nominations is according to the advocate here for the F. X. drama pose Billy Porter was nominated for best performance by an actor in a television series drama the gay actor appears as pray tell and the and the show which is made history with trans gender representation can't wait to see what he's gonna wear yeah right Ben Platt recognized for his role as Peyton Hobart in Netflix's the politician and nominated in the category of best performance by an actor in a television series comedy or musical Platt recently came out as gay and his character Peyton is durable as a bisexual lead in this Ryan Murphy produced series next and you Scott the hot priest in season two of Amazon's flea bag scored a nomination in the category of best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series limited series or motion picture made for television Scott is gay this the show the politicians scored a nomination it best television series comedy or musical the series produced by Ryan Murphy centers on several LGBTQ characters vying for power in a wealthy high school in Santa Barbara California including a character played by a gay actor Ben Platt was received a golden globe not as we just mentioned flea bag that series received three nominations at the golden globes best television series comedy or musical best performance by an actress in a television series for Phoebe Waller bridge and best performance by an actor in a supporting role in the series for Andrew Scott as imagined in addition to prominently featuring Scott a gay actor as the hot priest the season Waller bridges series is funny and moving at a take on navigating life love and sex as a woman in her thirties next up killing eve the BBC America series about a killer Jody calmer and the woman she is infatuated with Sandra was nominated in the category of best television series drama I'll also mentioned that Jody Comber the who kills and killing eve ha ha the a she's got the nomination in the best performance by an actress in a television series drama for her role in killing a law for the show yeah for sure the second season really stood up sometimes you never know yes sometimes it is kind of a sophomore jinx that now is it but in this case the dazzling musical a biopic of Elton John's life a rocket man is up for best motion picture musical or comedy I got to see that Terron Iger ten an ally of the LGBT Q. community was nominated in best performance by an actor in a motion picture musical or comedy for rocket man and he gives life and voiced Elton John and this a claim role also Elton John alongside his writing partner Bernie to open received a nomination for the track I'm gonna Love Me again from rocket man in the yeah the school category you know music commissaries category right Gregor wings little women did the clearest and most feminist interpretation yet of the beloved story by Louisa may Alcott received nominations in two categories Best Original Score and best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for a show is run ins Joe March Renee Zellweger was nominated in best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama for giving life to gay icon Judy Garland in the bio pic Judy Antonio Banderas is vying for best performance by an actor in a motion picture drama he was nominated for his lead role in pain and Gloria filled by Pedro Almodovar inspired by the gate directors life out actress Beatie felled Steen scored and not in the category of best performance by an actress in a motion picture musical or comedy she plays Molly and books marked the Olivia Wilde directed comedy about two friends one straight one lesbian who cut loose after prom glory as we mentioned previously the film directed by an inspired by the life of gay filmmaker Pedro Almodovar is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film portrait of a lady on fire silliness yamas beautiful film about two women who discover love and art in eighteenth century France was nominated in the category of Best Foreign Language Film and Jennifer Lopez as queer hearts a flutter as Ramona the stripper and hustler who took destiny Constance Wu under her wing and the fold of her fur coat the foreign press association was also moved giving her a nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture and Margot Robbie is a stand out and bombshell the film about sexual harassment at fox news that giving away spoilers he's a compelling reason for LGBTQ folks to watch it the foreign press association agreed honoring Robbie with the nomination and best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture so at least a couple categories here will get a half LGBT representation competing against itself wiles is kind of cool and its own right but yeah so congratulations to the many LGBT Q. nominations for this year's golden
Who's to blame for the Chicago Bears' issues?
"We got a couple minutes to spend with a guy who knows his way around the national public as well as anyone I know we're gonna go Chicago's Pacific with them early in in touch on a bunch of league topics he knows the bears because easy NFL insider for the score in Chicago executive editor pro football weekly and does some time I work for Westwood One our buddy Hobart to shop to board with us here on CBS sports radio how are you how yeah you know yeah good to well not good because subject fan but you you you we do use it of course if we bear and your guys got to cover the bears and I'm sure there are nappy folks in Chicago as well their offense isn't is good is it supposed to be their defense isn't as good as opposed to being the counting isn't quite as good as it's supposed to be other than that how is the play Mrs Lincoln you point the biggest finger at well I mean it's a bit of a puzzle right now as you just said all three things and so forth and like as much special teams not as good as they're supposed to be there is no question that the talent on that football team is better than three in five minutes a lot closer to the team that you saw the last ninety minutes of the third period in the first five minutes of the fourth president was the rest of the game and yet they've been playing that way for the last four weeks and so at the end of the day it starts with the boss the head coach Matt Nagy the is the reigning NFL coach of the year you don't win those words and complete flukes you know he obviously did some things very well last year he is still relatively young as head coaches go but his area of expertise which is the offense is the biggest problem for the football team right now yeah and and probably I realized today cover in that game balls and equally big problem is the fact that you can be an offense of all he wants is the head coach of the football team yeah when you got last year was number three seed in the autopsy not showing up there what was a must win game and they clearly didn't show up in the first half the more problems than just you know the quarterback of the offenses scheme or whatever it may be and so I think a big part of the problem right now is the man that you need to stop and say okay I'm the head coach you're not the offensive coordinator will probably need to hand off his play calling duties used up by you guys on the staff who done it not capable of doing it and they need somebody running the football team twenty four seven and for sixty minutes outside intriguing way to look at it who are those guys who do you think is the top guy DD would potentially hand play calling duties often on one of his assistant coaches our senses Brad Childress who's been a head coach in the NFL is called plays in the NFL not he is not a devil okay if you will of the modern day west coast than Andy Reid talked to Doug Peterson and and met Nagy was all it was part of all that but he's more of a sure west coast guy he's not gonna be as adventuresome as neck you would be but but he has one and gone to championship games in the NFL as an offense of coach I think even a better prospect could very well be mark Helfrich course was the head coach in Oregon when they were threatening to win a national title with Marcus Mariota at quarterback he is a little more create a little more adventurous and he's a guy it definitely do it and really a guy who's been in training call numbers your spouse former movie objectives were gone who is his quarterback coach in who did get a little training during your exhibition season called place no last exhibition game to give him a taste of that so between those two guys even as it was just for a game or two so that he could focus on getting other things straightened out he's got plenty of play calling ability or at least
Matty's Story - donor conception and the cost of secrecy
"Hello Inattention Can you welcome now what if you suddenly found out you weren't caught who you thought you were on science friction this month within diving consequences and the ethical dilemmas so we brought you that extraordinary tale of two embryos and they millionaire parents then we from two women h grappling with what to do with the unused frozen embryos they still have stored IVF clinics well today it is Mattie story and ABC science reporter Anna Soleil joins me and I you met Mattie and Maddie's mom Evelyn at the recent volatility Saudi Astrology Conference in Hobart yet Mary was conceived using donor sperm and was fielding questions about their experience at this meeting of infertility counselors and Maddie's mom Evelyn was also in the room and I have to tell you it was such a moving experience and the family agree aid to share their stories with you and I for the first time publicly right here on science friction you're about to hear what impact keeping a secret conception can have on a family and they'll story starts in January nineteen eighty-four hospital ward in Perth twenty-seven-year-old villain is cradling her newborn baby in her arms for the first time when Mary was actually born that was probably the taste amazing moment in my whole life that I hold of Medi so if that was pretty special very special because I was at the birth Evan had the natural births that's tiny evidence husband once the gynecologist got the head in the shoulder he said that you do the rest yeah yes opted a big part in the burleson very happy and proud of that uh Evelyn says she always wanted to have children but because tiny was infertile trial he had a medical condition from boyhood the couple up to US from an anonymous donor instead both came from big families and I think we were very family orientated sort of thing and thought yeah go and we will I regard us both fortunate to have this opportunity with this artificial insemination icon recall any counseling or anything it the consequences for Evelyn. It wasn't an easy decision I was brought up a Catholic and even though I wasn't a practicing Catholic I'm not a Catholic or religious but it was still obviously had been of a hold in my head the sense that possibly this wasn't a k. to do this wasn't somehow ethical and there were other worries to like what if the sperm donor had helped create other children who met his genetic siblings Perth is a fairly small place it was then what if other people doing this and there will be other children and what if they meet that thought was also very early in my head this was the early nineteen Eighties and going off to the doctor to be inseminated by strangers sperm was not something you talked about the main focus here was on protecting the adults involved things like unwelcome child maintenance or estate claims that might come later as long as the resulting children grew up in a loving family it was assumed they'd be okay as for Evelyn back then the identity of the sperm donor was a case of OUTTA sight outta mind I didn't need to know I just accept today I think a couple of years after Mattie was born Evelyn attorney had another child Beth at this time using sperm from a different minimus donor as the two children grew up Evelyn wrestled with telling them they'd been donor conceived no one to talk to about it some people say keep this a secret other people might say perhaps hello not maybe might be holiday struggle was they may they dad it felt this way I felt a different way and wanted what was best for them but it never seemed the right time either aged difference and the place our acting they development and is a good time and isn't it a good time so many and Beth remained oblivious to their backstory they grew up in Perth and though their parents eventually separated things kept chugging along well with shared custody arrangement but even as a child something was niggling matty said let's now bring matty into this story so I can remember being five or six years old at and we gatherings asking my parents is dead my real dad and their answer was yeah he's your father the reason that I asked that question was because don't look like the rest of my family I've red hair and freckles and growing up I can remember looking at family photos and wondering where I got my red hair and freckles from Evelyn head answer questions and my natural color is pretty much this this brown but in summer I get real red red tint so there's some there's some people used to say when Matthew was two or three said he's very much like his dad that's the response of people regardless having red hair yeah I didn't worry about the material in red hair or anything and they were red heads in tiny side of the family yeah to think of all the opportunities we had to do this a little bit differently and and didn't take and some regret around those sorts of things so now we come to Mattie eighteen getting ready to launch into adult life they that's Maddie by the way today many I the gender neutral pronoun they they were about to move out of home into a share house and head off to Uni and it was at this point Evelyn wanted to tell Medea a younger sister Beth that they'd been conceived using donor sperm actually said going to have a family chat and so that comes around and my parents are really nervous so that's that was pretty strange for us aw I was a little bit nervous but we knew what we had too many years ago and as you get closer to get a bit nervous but Louis relaxed but just wondering what their reaction would be sat around the kitchen table and I felt very anxious I felt very emotional
A Serial Killer in Paradise
"True crime brewery contains disturbing disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical Information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment listener discretion is advised welcome to cheer cranberry. I'm Jill and under the disappearance a fifty three year old Charlotte Hughes for her paradise like home home set off an investigation that led to the search for a serial killer in Panama in two thousand ten share had moved with her husband key to Boca del Toro Panama to live out her dream on their own private island but after she keeps separated share was gone in eccentric neighbor taken over her property it turned out that share was not the only missing person in the area. Someone was killing Americans in Panama and taking possession question of their property when all is said and done six Americans had been killed when the killers home was searched police found stolen checkbooks it cards jewelry purses got amunition and gold dental fillings crowns in a glass jar. William Hulbert were North Carolina native known to his victims as wild bill cortes had become well known among Boca Ex Patriots accurate American family of three read disappeared from the area bill and his wife had moved into their home and converted a boathouse into a private bar which they call the Jolly Roger Social Club the bar was decorated with the skull and crossbones flag in it was opened for partying on the weekends but disappearances piled up neighbors decided there was something something wrong. The police came in and discovered bodies buried in shallow graves but by then while bill and his wife were already on the run they fled through Costa Rica and we're finally captured on the Nicaraguan border join us at the quiet end for this stunning tale of theft murder in real estate ate fried after being extradited to Panama while bill confessed to his crimes but showed little remorse for all of the painting caused he would explain in what he did in how he did it but the question of why will forever haunt the left one of his victims so this is my first Panamanian Indian dear our first enemy case I believe absolutely so this is Bell Boa. It's brewed by service Syria Nacional in in Panama kind of the National Bureau of Panama and I'll preface by sands a pretty crappy year okay but the the good news it doesn't have much aroma or taste kind of sweet corn malt that type of stuff may do little herbal but the important thing it served cold and it's nice and Crisp and refreshing. If you've ever been the Panama it's pretty damn hot and humid down there so these these little buddy sled down pretty nicely I nine guess that's about the best I can say for it. Well thanks for the effort recalled science all right thank you. Let's open it up okay. We'll share these the quiet the head end. I hope everybody's not to spoil my some of the other good beers we've had because this isn't what you call good beer but it is sunny and warm. Maybe not as humid as Panama you're so they'll probably be enjoyed in well. It seems like if a beer is not great to get a cold enough. It can still be refreshing and be salvaged for that purpose if nothing else that's what we're looking for. What are you start our story today Dickie Okay so William Jason Hobart was an only child he grew up going going by his middle name Davidson but later in life Hugo by bill his father worked for Farm Machinery Company and he grew up in a nice two story home an highschool bill involved in sports and got very serious about football and bulked up possibly with steroids who knows he married his girlfriend in nineteen ninety eight? Her name was Ryan Dunlap his only eighteen years old they had their first child within a year and into more over the next four years so bill worked as a landscaper year round and Ryan stayed home with children. There were so young and many people were impressed by the amount of responsibility that the couple seemed of taking nine after bills parents divorced the couple move their family into the home or bill grownup taking over the home from his mother but there was talk about building a steroid abuser and again. This is a kid who booked up quite a bit in high school always playing football so that's where the rumors started and they continue and bill seemed abnormally bulky and had a temper those steroid rages we talk about the first sign that may bill wasn't quite right psychologically was when the family dog disappeared bill told Ryan that he wanted to put the dog down even even though his perfectly healthy and good with the kids he never contacted the vet and Ryan believe that shot the dog and dumped his body and this became a belief that was shared throughout the neighborhood. Another local landscaper would say that bill wanted to make a fortune but he didn't want to work for it. That's been my dream. Let's not that uncommon right you wanNA start a business. You do have to be willing to work your ass off what yeah back so inevitably bills landscaping business failed Oh he buttons Elson suits and ties after that and he said that he had political aspirations I don't know where that came from and wanted to hang out with a higher society church even considered running for mayor right but France were beginning to notice that bill was very verbally abusive to Ryan and then another dog disappeared food bill opened a pool hall and build a local TV ad for it but he was really this over the top personality which he is pretty well for whereas business but still he wasn't putting in the hard work and it failed after only a few months in two thousand three Rian Kevin Hoover met bill when he joined the Gym Jim The bodyshop fitness center in Hendersonville Billy Kevin began hanging out together lifting weights working out and bill give them the impression that he was a businessman on his way up even though his ventures were continuing to fail when Kevin Hoover his third bodyshop Jim in two thousand four he he agreed to let bill help manage it so bill could learn about how to run a business. He would even get a salary until he was ready to purchase his own franchise. So these people took command basically yes pretty good con man Dick so he could convince people of things yeah. They were thinking they were going to groom him to eventually have zone franchise. Yes they were helping him out that way twenty year old Laura Michelle Reese was working for the hoover's and she was doing cleaning and light office work at the Gyms uh-huh and Mel decided that he keeper working with him the Third Jim but then things got really weird. Marie Hoover visited the gym and saw that there was no equipment you purchased yet and bill at least an apartment near the gym rather than commute to his family home which was just about forty five minutes away not a horrible commute but then he moved in with Laura Michelle Reese into the apartment then he began sending handwritten notes to Marie telling her to be proud of her white race she threw them away but it did raise some concerns and she talked to her husband Kevin about it bill was also somewhat obsessed with the Sopranos TV show and he would tell Marie that he wanted to become someone like Tony Soprano so kind of a Mafia guy yeah. That's that's a very good aspiration to have. Don't you think so red flag huge yeah yeah so Kevin. Marie managed to explain away bills odd behavior until they were from the bank that some unusual expenses were being charged for the body shop. The bill was Managing Bill had written business checks for new TV a mattress and other not business related items in the amount spent was large. It was be tweeting twenty and twenty five thousand dollars so Kevin did confront bill about this and Bill's wife Ryan found out that bill was is living with Laura Michelle reese around the same time so the couple separated in May of two thousand four and bill. Laura moved away after he was gone. The hoovers learned that bill had not only written unauthorized checks he'd actually contacted a real estate broker about selling Jim that he'd been managing which belonged to Kevin Hoover Hoover so that's the ball there to do that where I guess but he's learning right in a bad way here yeah
Could a Drug Cocktail Reverse Biological Aging?
"Aging just this month in a medical journal called aging cell a small but impressive research project out of UCLA showed how a drug cocktail of growth hormone and two diabetes drugs reverse the aging process and nine men it didn't hope the aging process it reversed it the subjects didn't look any younger but their DNA dead now this is the most impressive yet of a group of studies led by a guy named Steve Hogarth out of UCLA he developed to the epigenetic clocks which are biochemical tests to measure the age of DNA Hobart started applying this tool this clock to blood DNA in two thousand fifteen the investigators banked blood samples in the nineteen nineties
"hobart" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Name was K. north Hobart you shall lie in the Bible in Zechariah chapter eight verse four to five says once again men and women of right pulled age will sit in the streets of Jerusalem each with cane in hand because of his age the city streets will be filled with boys and girls playing there that's a dream of the profits that has yet to be fulfilled in completion today what the situation of the elderly is here in Jerusalem and throughout Israel one marked by government cutbacks by a struggle to meet their daily needs food medicine to call home they often ask me when I meet with them does anyone care does anyone even know about their plight and certainly is anyone willing to help as you see a woman like a listen ocean just has a few more years of life a lot of different I came in I saw all the medicines that she has that we help provide her she's so sick days every night she's haunted by seven years her family her mother grandmother and her siblings were all taken to drill bit ski are the revision and shot there how did she feel to be the only one to survive rush which though we choose to only if you choose to just you wouldn't are still V. are not style this luscious imia because they didn't pull out your card game clutch I cry every day.
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"The white Sox grabbed a three nothing lead Minnesota thanks in part to Jose a Braves fourth home run on the road trip Tim Anderson also Hobart but the twins with four in the fifth one on a smashed the stocks fourteen before Nelson Cruz let American the twins going four for five a home run and three doubles rubber game of the series today eleven thirty five here on seven twenty
"hobart" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"This podcast that the blessing i will say it's a blessing be bak yun this walked the cows thank god for lou it's just a certain kind of not really cool off if it was working for a while until it totally wasn't i figure out the science of this thing i think the scientists ice cubes i literally think you just add ice cubes you know what i'm cool over here directly at him other us are just dying are to you not that caused me are you to okay get back over here takes podcasts and they'll just set what we finally got my arm back over here from how far the ac unit is just works so good anyway i don't even know where i'm putting right at me it feels like you ragging about how like comfortable you are all right life is hard for some of us over here on the other side all right appeal myself off this catch i make hobart looks like a snake roman up against his couch to try and get a layer of skin but there's like a good three week period where the back house is just beautiful it it's not this period now talk about like it's a fucking vacation spot it's a back house that's what it is record it that's what it is low back i don't even think you're to call it the back house when you're talking about a back house even if you know exactly which one you're going to get we're going to back house it's true it's in the background oh it's it's backhaus grammar so important.
"hobart" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"Now when you're older than five or you stop on microphone yeah yeah that is i just need to shed and they have all this acquitting please don't rob me and we could do whatever we want and have an audience since right that's right that's not professional it is that's right now it's probably not professional to announce that you're gonna piss in any situation but neither like fuck fifteen times you know what you know when it'd be professional to announce when you're going to be is on a porn set that is professional you got like you though like you know you got time in it's coming press record let's go on that gallon of go lightly yeah yeah but this is squirt five thousand super super that's super crafts crass oh yeah this has it mostly show been very oh it's been a very fast show which is hysterical because the last one we did was the cleanest one it was super clean so fucking white collar and clean man you'd probably gain fans that are gone thirty minutes ago i wanna say the moment hobart opened his mouth on i was trying to keep you good he was fine he was joking about raping no you're totally okay yeah we were all so there's local radio stations that listen to our podcast what how is that what you're saying how radio stations know that dude is a whole radio station dude what nothing wasn't one of the personality under a no foreign chris mason listens occasionally i could see that he's cool shout out chris mason i need to get him on the podcast actually he's cool get them to where we can seem this okay yeah chris would be good on a podcast denver we've ruined his whole career.
"hobart" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"I think when people talk like i'm thinking about what you're saying why would you fuck and say that no should bought about that a little longer no i'm just kidding give it to your saying johnson what's the other joe chris like twelve year while you talk mutaqqi whoa hobart joke thinking or what teague while you talk i think too while you think 'cause feels better mean comment i made earlier about you're not being a comedian i take it all back so fucking taken that bag i was gonna fourteen reasons or whatever only once you once you fucking i was gonna go i was going to jack off on vancouver trained voice because you told me i wasn't a comedian like you which is not cool it's not fun you really wanna slow turk to that go down that road that is the old ship anywhere four cowboys go down that road let's joke tell all right i'll give you a really bad one this one's not gonna make the cut although a one on football player was drafted to the nfl due to concussions the league may change to two hand touch ending his career like yawn i mean it makes sense follow it didn't make sense for i didn't follow it was already drawing joke for him finally full mind here with some yarn and thread understanding hobart jokes won't armed dude he gets into the nfl right which has already ridiculous premise and then they're changing the rule so that you have to have two hands so he can't participate anymore oh wow the totally killed the joke ways so that's not the joke joe totally different the joke is alive off marked by loss in failure.
"hobart" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"Jokes so funny jokes it's a podcast jokes so funny cast jokes so funny it's abbad cast jokes jokes jokes jokes joke gesture john lewis this is daniel i'm chris chris my name's kindle smith or you just go on your kindle smith now knockout through takes forever to right what the fuck smith rodriguez but you know there's no one else with those combinations of names like alone they're probably the most frequent name possible inside of life whatever but like together they make a very unique name yeah yeah i hear it i do if you do go kindle smith ever find you like that's very true there are lots of kindles myths that's a very popular that's what i want this is a very popular name from like the early two thousand feel like wasn't it yeah probably like ninety s early two thousand era can do kindle that's like and and so sante nowadays like jalen it's like a very mixed nickname at the time or like white girl it's a very white girl name as well kendall okay i say white girl is a very white girl the playboy bunnies was a kindle no that's jenner she just acts like one oh yeah i'm just kidding right yes who are you chris doing comedy sometimes comedian weekends chris hobart is the man with excellent job which i love with all my heart and i think about in the most inappropriate context because there's no other time where you think breast milk other than there's a baby right next see and here like a hoe shit here's hobart has a great joke about president that's the only context i ever think of that choke it you know get that all the time well we're gonna really out the context.
"hobart" Discussed on KOMO
"Know what you're going to do because your human beings you're listening to to to this show you're going to see you're going to hear this list and you're going to media we apply to other people so on you know as we do oh yeah i knew a guy the did that and so you know that that's fine we can have a little fun with it but i i hope is you hear this you have the courage to use it to not probably apply it to you and notably another hideko examined yourself as well and if you someone's bars uganda utterly in iran deadly guilty of a few these things in hobart it probably won't result in you being cast into the fair pits of how it might make you a little hellish to to work for if you if you're one of these centres in we've talked so many times on the on the show steve that we we don't wanna just jump on the bandwagon of boy bosses are awful people and you know we we've never wanted the show to be kind of a dilbert thing where we just talk about the stupid nison salinasand in native over of bosses but once in awhile we also when iraqi nuys the third a lot of people out there that are enormously incapable of leading other people who have somehow in a risen to those levels of responsibility you so this this this comes on the other side of what you've often said about you know stop trashing your boss and star taking stabbing a victim and start taking some response ability for your own quality of your relationship with your boss but here you're saying he hazardous rashes today let's let's go sorry i'm ready so we're we're going to present for seven deadly soon the now you raft where the originals were wrath greed sloth pride lust envy in gluttony and we're going to come up with a different lists the describes things that bosses do in in the workplace that.
"hobart" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This is the hobart financial our on the retirements news network my robert pearce with retirement news network and we're here today with frizz hobart the president and founder of hobart financial group we have been exploring today that issue that is so common by eighty percent of us i actually have it in that is debt and as we discuss this you know the carrying a certain level of debt doesn't necessarily mean that you know you're in a in a problem situation so chris maybe you can get high point this force today and again i know that you're not a debt counselor by trade but certainly i'm i'm guessing this is something that you have conversations with people who come in to sit down and talk about the retirement with you what are some of the signs though that somebody could selfdiagnose themselves today listened to the program that they're carrying too much debt you know robin as a quick side note to something you mentioned prior to that question often times our clients aren't the ones needing deck counseling but we find that our clients care a lot about their kids and at times were talking with our clients about things that they can recommend to their kids in different areas to help out so may not always be our direct client but reality is in in our business and how we work with our clients at some point those kids are going to be our clients because we like to build those longterm relationships so we want to help mom and dad out with the with the assets that they have and help their kids with the assets they have in sometimes at does mean get planning or helping them understand their debt what's good and bad and and a working around that way so i just wanna kinda throw that out there at now to your question there's priests off via sign said somebody might be in a debt issue had for example if you've got to choose between making alone or credit card payment or paying for other necessities a you know things like food and housing and utilities if you've got your debt under control this should be an issue should be able to do both maybe if you've hit your limit on your credit card lines or you've maxed out your credit and you're not sure what you're going to be able.
"hobart" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"You determine if together we can engineer a custom plan that isn't entirely dependent on the uncertainty of the markets rather a plan that can ensure that you receive predictable income each and every month of retirement how would you feel if you had that type of financial confidence i he might be asking yourself that question you really don't know i might be the time that we need to sit down and help you answer that question so you can truly feel the difference of knowing that type of information to hobart financial group my team that i've put together we focus on helping people transition from working lifestyle to a retirement lifestyle and we do it every day of the week we do that because that is the biggest transition that we're going to face at a certain face of life let's face it mirrored was a big transition our first job was a big transition having our kids was a big transition and then what the next big transition is really retirement and and reality is none of us have done it or don't do it very often i guess he would say but oh bart financial group were we retire quite frankly several times a week multiple times a month in a lot throughout the year with our clients and you might be that person that needs that clarity that understanding of what you're finances can do for you in retirement and that's where we start with the hobart financial group blueprint give us a call right now at seven four seven four nine twenty one or three and we'll sit down with you talk about your goals and dreams but more importantly.
"hobart" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This is the hobart financial our on the retirements news network i'm robin booths with retirement news network in here today the founder of what france were chris hobart now chris today has been laying out the four step action plan so you can retire sooner rather than later we pit the first two i one what do you want to do i would if you thought about this lately if you you know figured out as it spending time with the grand kids is it touring the world is that he just hanging out on a boat trying to get those little fish to turn and the big fish so you can cook him up later on whatever your dreams for retirement are that's step one figuring that out step to taking the inventory all the work that you've done over your lifetime the foro one case that you have the the stocks the bonds you know that that wall street account that you can keep over here that your focus on a maybe you've got a pension once you know those pieces that said sets us up four step three chris then what is that three in the forced up action plan robert step three is probably the most difficult step for most retirees in fact just the other day i was sitting down with a married couple and they were so nervous about retirement because they say chris we have been saving our the whole lives and we just don't know how to take money out of our retirement accounts it's it's just unnerving it's it's not natural for us and what we're talking about step number three.
"hobart" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Or go successfully through retire garmin because we focus on really what we consider the three most important components of your wealth and essentially that's engineering financial portfolios with the goal to make positive returns regardless of what's going on on the mark it's also about giving the least amount of money to uncle sam and taxes and finally simply leaving more money to your family if you're not going to use it during retirement let's start going through the through the plan and we give me give us an idea really why you think these four steps are important in general robin it really goes back to some new clients that we just welcome to the hobart financial group family when it came into us they had tons a stacks of paper and quite frankly they had been very successful and what they were doing they had different income that they they knew it'd be happening at different segments of their life but they looked at everything that they had and they kind of said we'll chase what's at all for what's the big goal now that were considering retirement and how do we make sure that all of this money together makes sense and the reality is when we took a look at it they had a lot of investments that were quite frankly doing very well for the investment folks because it was packed with fees and charges and also as a it was a good account for ongko sam because ongko sam was going to be a tremendous beneficiary of the planning that had been done or not been done for them the but when we talk about this fourstep plan it's really a matter of making sure that we know exactly where we are and where we're going and beginning to put stages in areas that we can judge our success by consistently to know that hey we know where we've started we know where we want to go and how successful are we on that path that we call retirement now you're probably sitting there just like the folks that we we brought honest brand new clients the hobart family and you're sitting there saying she said i've got the papers.
"hobart" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"People just like you prepare for retirement or go successfully through retire fireman because we focus on really what we consider the three most important components of your wealth and essentially that's engineering financial portfolios with the goal to make positive returns regardless of what's going on on the mark it's also about giving the least amount of money to uncle sam and taxes and finally simply leaving more money to your family if you're not going to use it during retirement let's start going through the through the plan the give me give us an idea really why you think these four steps are important in general robin it really goes back to some new clients that we just welcome to the hobart financial group family when it came into us they had tons of stacks of paper and quite frankly they had been very successful and what they were doing they had different income that they they knew would be happening at different segments of their life but they looked at everything that they had and they kind of said well she's what's at all for what's the big goal now that were considering retirement and how do we make sure that all of this money together makes my sense and the reality is when we took a look at it and they had a lot of investments that were quite frankly doing very well for the investment folks because it was packed with fees and charges and also as a it was a good account for ongko sam because ongko sam was going to be a tremendous beneficiary of the planning that had been done or not been done for them but when we talk about this fourstep plan it's really a matter of making sure that we know exactly where we are and where we're going and beginning to put stages in areas that we can judge our success by consistently to know that hey we know where we've started we know where we want to go and how successful are we on that path that we call retirement now you're probably sitting there just like the folks that we we brought honest brand new clients the hobart family and you're sitting there saying she said i've got the papers.