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"incr" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
"Truly carved out the path for me for atlas and That was a atlases a longer form project but at the same and it has themes but It is it is in the spirit of yearbook where I'm releasing a lot of music frequently and that keeps me. I think deeply in love with writing songs. And it keeps me pushing through the you know the boundaries of writer's block for me and but it is it's work and I enjoy complaining like the resumes. Yeah yeah part of what you're saying there is just sometimes by committing yourself to something. You're you just go. Well crap I actually have to do this now so if you really want to get some huge project dime sometimes the best way to do it is just to kind of suck it up and tell people. Hey what. I'm going to try to do our stuck with that too. That's exactly and especially I mean not to pull everything through the program but as a type nine disappointing. People is like the Cardinal Sin Actually. Chris told me it's so funny. Man Your career is like a type. Nine Life Hack. You found all the little ways that somehow accidentally like by announcing these projects. I've you know the risk of disappointing anybody versus giving up on my thing was that will always win out. I don't want to let anybody down. Keeps me working absolutely so to talk about your future? Projects just like a little bit here as we wind towards the end. You have another series of songs coming out Atlas Three where? You've said that you want to focus on voluntary human development as I said at the very beginning. What do we do with all the things we've been given? Which was beautifully like your introduction. By the way I might just copy and paste that into any interview. I give obviously tell me about this new project you hold on. And then I'll play that sound clip man. That was beautifully described seriously. So not entirely. Coincidentally that's basically what we focus on. This is what do we do with this like weird fleshy body that we've been left on this planet with for whatever yes and I'd love to learn a little bit more about that and particularly like put the concept in some of the key themes you're planning on explorer and just like where you are in that process absolutely. Yes I'm I'm I'm about halfway. Through the mapping out which was which means that I have at least a handful of themes that I know I will explore One of those love. Another one of those is is belief or doubt. I feel like those things will have. I mean really. I think as I was thinking about Atlas One two and three. It will be a trilogy at this point. Maybe there'll be some addendums down the road. It is is a atlases collection of maps. After also as I discover things I might add some more maps to it. But it's a living project is a living project but it it. It has the shape of a trilogy. And what I get really excited about is if you look at Atlas One. It's really even though its origins of everything it also is just the past and so you look at this too and it's the president's what we're given it's everything that's here and then if you look at. That was three which is what. I'm kind of you know hammering down now it is the future. It's what we do so I love. I love that aspect of it and this has been an interesting one in contrast to atlas one and two because the ideas of what do we do with all of this is such a huge question and I really like it. Could you could fit a million themes around that and so trying to hone down. Which ones are the key ones in the in the same way that I tried to find the the basic as you said the cardinal emotions I wanna try to figure out what are the Cardinal? What next feelings and experiences we can have and so love. Seems like one of the biggest ones I I mean great. Yeah Hope Faith Things like that and so I don't I don't have the exact map out yet but I. It's it started. Actually this week has been a fun development with it where I'm starting to like. Okay I see all the pieces coming together and I remember this happening actually for for atlas one into like where I had the the very rough outline and then all of a sudden these things that seem very fractured all of a sudden just clicked and made sense like learning about the any ground. Be like. Oh I that's perfect that's it. That's right between voluntary and involuntary slotted right Yes so looking forward to it. Really look forward to hearing the work in the future and I mean. I'm sure that you'll keep people updated through your blog and things like that about where you are in that process and to kind of bring this thing full circle for a second if you had the opportunity to go back in time and talk to yourself maybe as that fourteen year old working on her singing for the first time or whatever it might be as somebody who spent so much time thinking about these various topics working on these areas of human development. Just working on your music and general. What would you want to tell that person? Oh that is such a great question and I'm embarrassed to not have my first my first races like oh no idea zero. Don't just lose okay. Confusion will still be there when you when you get older. I think that's actually deeply true. I was I will say that. Like on INCR- Unin career level when I was when I was starting out and even even in the first few years of signing a record label and kind of what the hopes and dreams that were kind of part of part of that whole experience. I think I'm I'm in retrospect so grateful that my career has my journey and music has brought me to this place where. I get really deeply explore the things that I love and that I care about and I don't think that I would have been able to do that. Had I gotten everything I wanted in my career. You know. There's a lot of hopes and dreams of that you know we're selling out stadiums and being being youtube or something that I think I think there are a few people like you know like like you to your the Beatles that are writing these meaningful things too but I I I. There's a there's a gift in where my career has led me to being able to just stop everything and decide to write thirty six songs and over the course of a year and I have been privileged enough to to to have the support around me to to be able to do that so I probably would have just been like. It's okay to not get everything you want you know like It's actually better in the long run. I think that's a incredible lesson that it's great. It's a great thing to leave people with here so Ryan again. Thank you so much for taking the time to do with us today. It's been really wonderful us. Thank you and this is. This has been a gift to me. Thank you for for such thoughtful question. Seriously it's it's inspiring..
"incr" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Crackpot conspiracy theories let me turn to Rudolph Giuliani you. became increasingly concerned about Rudy. Giuliani's Janis INCR- increasing role in Ukraine between January and March of Twenty nineteen for act. And I I know you served on the Bush and the Obama Administration strange. I presume that George Bush's personal lawyer and President Obama's personal lawyers were never directing or heavily influencing wincing Ukraine policy. I know who they were right and the concern for having someone like Rudy Giuliani having a such a strong influence on American foreign policy is that you know basically that policy may be operating not in the best interest of America but perhaps in the best interests of Rudy Giuliani or his clients or business associates right. I think that's correct and that's as I said in my deposition National Turbo fourteenth the Funky. That's what I thought. It was at the very beginning when I first heard press Juliani making these steps. Those associates included indicted folks Eager Fruman and love is that right. That's correct we have an interesting character in Chicago. Who's now been indicted? His name is Mr Bush and Mr for Tash has been indicted for federal bribery charges and other associated. Mr I correct of him for my work. That's correct and the question that we're all asking is whether American foreign policy in Ukraine is potentially being run in their interests and not our own it certainly any appears that it says it's being used that there's a subversion of American foreign policy to push these people's personal interests. Thank you so much all right. I think that's the under the the questioning will now go to closing statements news. We have an interest in these hearings. And the whistle blower complaint was merely yeah pretext for Donald Trump's political opponents to do what they've been trying to do since he was elected oust the president from office brief Time Line Will Annapolis Tax Administration has faced. I'M GONNA start in June of two thousand sixteen when Donald Trump was just a candidate on behalf of the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign fusion. GPS hired Christopher Steele to write the steel.
"incr" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"No, honestly, I believe you can interpret it that way. But I believe that the real reason that the Lakers aren't making a hard push for them is because they know that he's locked into Brooklyn that, that or at least New York. And I don't I the Knicks that supposedly that's still a play for Katie and kyri to be there. This is where it's, it's difficult because I know that those guys have talked and there's the plan to play together. That's where does KD's injury influence. Things. And again, I'm not sure that it does for either Brooklyn or New York. You're right in terms of wind now mode. But if you're going to invest in kyri then you wanna know that you're going to get another player that you would look to, as the leader of that team. And if katie's Willie I put it this way katie's willing to go to either New York or Brooklyn with kyri I would expect that both teams would accept both of them, and they would they would wait a year on, on Katie, even knowing that kyri is your guy for a year, and that, that, that can be problematic in terms of what you're going to get through this year with kyri being your leader, and how, and where that would leave you. But I just I feel as if the reason that the Lakers are moving on, is because they know that Kyrie has settled into the idea that he's going to be in New York. I felt like Rome fell last week. Right. That if you look at the warriors. That as much as we wanna believe kind of, like, Jordan, Jordan bulls. They had the year and a half respite where he went to, to baseball. And though it was still him in Pippin allow the other pieces changed. Right. Like Rodman was in where Horace Grant was previously, and Luke Longley was in where Bill Wennington was and others were previously in and Ron Harper was was in where, you know, previously, they had had Paxton and BJ Armstrong and Steve Kerr was there, where Armstrong and, and Paxton left, but I look at the warriors, and as much as I believe, staff is incr- transcendent, pro, and Klay Thompson will be back by the time he's back step is thirty two right? By the time he's back. They gotta decide on Draymond Igwe dollars, probably retired Shaun Livingston's retired like what does it? Let's start with what are the warriors do in the short term. What do they do in the long? Term. Well, add the fact that they're going into a brand new building in San Francisco. So on one level, you, you have to maintain you have to you have to replay, and I get the sense that Joe lake of is just from an emotional standpoint wants to keep Klay there for everything that clay has done, whether it's, you know, running onto the court to shoot the free throws or just his whole demeanor has his connection with Steph. Joe is talked about that for the better part of this year. So you're, you're re upping him k D's, not back. You're exactly right. And that Andre dollars a year away from retirement, Shaun Livingston, may very well. Hang it up this year. And I think this is the great distinction between this team. And the bulls is that when the bulls came back, and they and they put the band back together around Scotty, and Michael they were still playing the same game. This is the warriors dominated with a small ball game that everybody is caught up who and, and now it's changed. And now I believe that depth and versatility, which is really where they started is, I don't believe that the two three superstar nucleus, fill it in with a bunch of veterans is the model for for where we are right now. I'm not even sure that the warriors actually fit. That model when you think about it because of our pl-. We look at Draymond and Steph and clay and perennial all-stars, but they're really unique superstars in that they became superstars because they fit each other so well. Don't it's a great many of them that they would be that they would be you put them someplace else with other guys that they would have achieved all that. They've achieved. I it's funny how that will translate guy because you'll get the average fan that doesn't understand they'll, they'll say your haters..
"incr" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist
"I can't sing solos they can be backup. Can they sing duet? And they sing with another woman can there be three women Zing now? See that's interesting. I don't know. I know there's got to be penis involved, otherwise, what's otherwise. What's this world coming to a man must be involved? Nonetheless, there's been a sort of a rising up of women Iran in, in incr-. It's. Calling it a rise an uprising. Right. Is, is actually. It feels weird to even say uprising because that Carter's up this, like, it's something that seems so extreme almost a violent and this is this is women who are taking off their job. Right. Public who are who are very, very controversial showing their hair just horror of horrors. And this woman who and she she is a singer. She's, she's on social media. You can find her singing. Elsewhere. She, she's sort of known figures. Because the article is, is I found, there are two different versions of this article there were the ones that had her name in the headline. Yeah. Which suggested to me that she served known, and I did a little search honor. She's got an Instagram and everything that she's a known figure L. So anyway, her in particular standing up and, and doing this she she sang an old Iranian pop song. She's wearing traditional dress. Okay. And she, she's saying to a small group of tourists in a village. I don't know where this villages tourists who probably didn't know any better didn't know that she was being are horrible human. I see I don't know. I couldn't tell I don't know noth- of sort of the regional dress. I'm sure they know though if you're in Iran, yes, some sense of, like if I were a tourist in Iran, it wouldn't occur. Me that a woman singing would be against the law. Would you be a tourist in Iran? That'd be interesting. I probably wouldn't be allowed to back them this country. They probably don't get a lot of tourists from the west. Right. Yeah. Probably. And who knows maybe maybe there's some European tourism there again. I don't know. Always thing I'll ever heard about great singer really liked us. Check out. She has been summoned to court. Yeah. She faces up to twenty four months in prison and seventy four lashes, oh for the crime of singing alone. Indeed is a criminal God at a criminal, I know. But the country's penal code. So a lot of people are actually saying it doesn't specifically say Iranian law that a woman cannot seeing a solo in public. It just it is not in the law, but what is in the law is? A line that says that an individual will be prosecuted for carrying out forbidden or Horon right acts in public. Right. So clearly that's the Islamic. It means forbidden means forbidden. Yeah, a woman singing alone in public could therefore, be up to tune them. So I mean, basically they've got a catch a law that says if a bunch of men with beards don't like it. We can just say we can just charge you for it. Yeah. Yeah. Of course, they have that, of course they do. That's obviously the case. All right. I'm going to talk to Michigan where their Attorney General Dan or Dana Nessel. Has just done a thing. And it's like an actual thing. And it seems like it's like just the tip of an iceberg. Okay. She actually had five Catholic priests who are connected with the, the states probe into child-sex-abuse arrested. What they're actually seeing consequences. What? Yeah. This is an investigation that began last summer and under under her predecessor, and she said that looking into this. Could uncover a lot more. And just so it looks like she's actually pursuing this, and she's actually going to bring the weight of the law against criminals who molest children. So that's good. Wow. You don't ever see that. No. Yes. Is. Yeah. Landmark so and these guys had already sort of fled the state. I don't know if they fled, but they were in, like, totally there were all over the place in, in different states. Here's one who who's under arrest of rather who is there awaiting extradition from India. But these guys were far flung hoping..
"incr" Discussed on Untangle
"It's very, very high voltage point. And so it's like a completely coherent and it spread over your almost your entire brain. So when he mapped it out, then he did my wife and our kids and our kids had the exact same things me and the only difference in our e e Jesus that my son and I were both left handed. So there's one spot the promoter motor cortex that's opposite to our daughter. She's right handed. So it really is kind of internal consistency with it in so my experience with EEG is, is that in its, but it's a associated with something very primitive that I don't control why can't control and I got to say, okay, I'm gonna close my eyes when I close my eyes naturally, happens flying around just a lotta medically happened. So I can I can control it my daughter. My son, I don't know what we're doing, but it does not automatically and we've been told that it's like you're immediately start meditating when he just almost blink. I wonder if somebody put you into MRI and looked at your default mode network, if that would also be down regulated, 'cause there's a bunch of different neural correlates of meditation. We did pets gaining on and off with without a task and you could see the default mode. Mine is is, is very. Very much focused on the pre Cuny's in on the medial. Simple, prattle cortex, very intensive signal. But then also with the dorsal prefrontal cortex. So if you look at it, I have very little activity, both at rest in activation with those stimuli that have to do with emotional empathy or showing me like, really awful pictures. I just there's no response. But what I so I have my whole ventral quarter Olympic systems turned off the orbital, cortex venture medial cortex in tears singular as well as spa spots in the middle. So that sort of pattern, which is no activity, eventually in my dorsal system that is the, the dorsal quarter system extends from acceptable. Parietal parietal promoter prefrontal that whole area is. Like incr- really turned on. And, and it has to do you know it's a Societa d- with executive function and being in the here and now and it's that way. And my kids to mine is like really turned on while the whole venture systems is really turned off. So it's reminds apple Thurs is not pathological that way. That's where we differ. They have sort of a normal limbic system activation and default, but I don't that's where we separate to, to fight that you fight your whole life, and it can be beaten, but you'd better have something every day where your concentrated you doing that. I mean the way I have to fight it is I have I go through all procedure to improve my behavior with other people. So I have a method that I have to do and remind myself I have to cognitively explicitly say, I am now going to do this. I'm going to be a nice person Tim at that. And so what I did was I started with my wife. And I said, well, I have to look at every behavior..
"incr" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Inadequate no set things off. But I mean it's, it's, it's incr- I'm always amazed that people who have an entrepreneur mindset. I'm an intellectual genius. Oh, sure. But can I make a buck? No, seriously. That's, that's, that's an amazing thing for young men like you. And you, you decided to kind of shift over to work with these. Still have the business businesses continue to grow. So we still have that going, but I got an invite out to the abortion clinic by these guys said, hey, come out to the Trobe drive what's happening in our city on the trove drive wasn't familiar with the truth. Carolina. So went out there with them on, on this little trip. And that's when my heart broke over what I encountered, I, I saw Boertien in a totally different way that day, always knew abortion was happening, but never connected the dots for whatever reason that it's happening in this way, in my city and my heart is broke over what I saw, I've been doing business with the company for almost ten years, right across the street and never knew this abortion clinic even existed. So you had been there a billion times, and you had never had a clue what was happening, right? Down the street. We have one of the largest abortion centers in the southeast and our city, the leading cause of death in our community as it is here in New York City as well. More death is happening through abortion and cancer heart disease or anything else. And yet is a man's issue as well. A lot of people don't realize that it's one out of three women, but it's also one out of three men and we actually this is more of a man's issue than it is a woman's issue. If men were standing in our proper place, responsibility, women would not be turned into the clinic. Well, and I want to say I try to take most opportunities. To say that when I was a young man before I gave my life to Jesus. I was in a relationship, there was a pregnancy, which is to say the child, and that child is no more. And I, I didn't do anything. I didn't have to do anything I just kind of stepped aside and let my girlfriend kinda take care of it. She she wanna take care of it. And I gotta say look back on that now and I think it's only because I lived in a world where nobody ever talked about the idea that you can't do this. This is wrong. Nobody talked about the idea that you can't have sex outside of marriage because guess what? It might lead to a human being. Are you prepared to raise human being because it's easy to sleep with somebody? Are you prepared to, to dedicate yourself to that woman for the rest of your life and raise her children?.
"incr" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Beach. Great. You know what? No, no. But but again, good get bender Stanton. With the Stanton. No at all in that. That reaction. I think he just pinched. My cheek over the not yet, but angel. Vine irvine. Absolutely not. Is the the absolute worst investment, you really I'll tell you exactly what I guess, my my guess for the the best place to live in Orange County up and coming great area. Is that right, right? The up and coming great area. I would have to say. Let me give me of ten areas. Okay. What it is. I think. I think it's something bizarre. I think it's like Fullerton or not my second Newport. What would you second-guessed bender Westminster? No newport. Absolutely not. It's Dana point. Really, let me tell you. What the hot area, I'm telling you right now for any investors looking or anybody looking to buy really Dana point is where it's at. But you gotta have five million dollars. Goodbye. Single family home in you know, I mean, it might need a little bit of TLC in the seven to eight. What's the investment of the only thing that works in old houses you? Not me, right. Right. That's right. But Dana point, what is it the schools? No there. There's a there is a downtown area. Data point it's harbor city. Beautiful. Okay. It's absolutely gorgeous. And there's like the produ- area if you of the downtown area, and they're expanding the the port to expand report. But they're redoing that entire downtown. Okay. So it's gonna be much like you could compare to thirsty prominent in Santa Monica. Really, right. Okay. So as that increases, and they have different, you know, Jennifer -cation coming in rhyme. Okay. And all that kind of fun even wider white people, even the wider white people come into white white people. You'll see that. It's incr- the locals, by the way have been there forever. Absolutely. Hate this. Right. Because the hate progressive it is and it's bringing a lot. I get that. Right. Right. Right. But it's happening. And you're going to see it is by far and the by the way, the closer you get to downtown. The more of an increase in value. It's going to be really the walking distance walking scale. That's right. Another town. So I've been dealing with a lot of relocation clients a couple places. They always mention are a lot of people coming from LA, Orange County. Or just forged county Orange County. No, Orange County to Orange County. There's not a lot of lot. There's a lot. I'm finding out more and more that there's a lot of celebrity privately owned homes, right? Within those e which, you know, it's kind of cool, right? Right. A partner mind just sold the house. We'll couple years ago for six and a half million. And the lady bought it was going to do all this work to the home. But they add to go ahead and get signatures from everybody around, and they were able to get the signature from the guy next door the cross street. But the guy the other side, they're having trouble finding this, dude. They tracked him down to a lawyer in Florida. Wow. Tiger woods. Really? Oh, that's great. That's a great story fun. This cool. Do right? Hey, if you wanna buy a beachfront home in either Newport or in on Balbo island there Newport. What is the minimum? You're gonna spend. Oh, I mean lit up million. No, no, no, no, no. There's some some solid investments. Right. I mean, you could buy for. A million three million four. It's nothing. Really sexy. You know, but you could go, and you could buy it put a little upset on it and rent it out for five thousand dollars a week. No real is that there are homes. You know, there's a home right now in on avenue for forty four million. Yeah. Bellio. Got married on in Newport. We're going back and forth up and down that harbor before it became the sun went down. I was looking at these homes that are on that on that that route bright. Nobody's there. I mean, these are all in the summer. Nobody's these homes. These third fourth fifth homes for people. You know, what I think I think a lot of these first of all, you know, it's it's you know, there's just a bullet of money. Right. So these people come in. There's not a lot of locals, you know, right to kind of go out and a love of these people, by the way, what they do is a Renan out during the summer months for some obscene amount of money, and they rent them out for nine months, the UCI students. Oh is that? Right. So I mean there some of these homes are getting thirty forty thousand dollars a month. Well, I mean sure the bigger ones bigger ones. The are, you know, and there's a lot of also foreign currency, which by the way, by the way to Tiger Woods sign the the release lawyer. Did they did this lady? It was funny. Okay. Such such as this ladies. Wasn't my deal. But I was sitting next to my partner, and it was his okay. And a lot of money a lot of money and she sends overproof offense buying cash six point three. So she sent over ten million dollars per funds and in the Email. She says is this enough. Awesome. No, it's great. It's real estate all night in Orange County. I love it note. Let's please. All right. Please Orange County. Real estate is something I honestly, there should be a radio show that just talks about Orange County real estate because you can literally I mean, it is such a beautiful area. It's not L A. It's not the s whole that is Los Angeles. It is great the people behave. They love the cops. They support the cops in Irvine. When you get pulled over its two cop cars pull you over. They pull you over the initial one. And then another one comes up, and they stepped you real quick. And especially if you're not from that area. You're going to note pretty quick. I can I say we haven't been up till a in quite some time Sarah nine my bleep joy. Well, so we're sitting here. Right. And we so we're sitting in Burbank. I'm like do the action and the studios and this kind of cool, Sarah. But I'm exhausted. Oh my gosh. I'm so tired the drive. It's it's the atmosphere. You don't say, I know it wears you out. It does go to billion miles an hour. Nobody enjoy themselves. You know what I'm saying? All right. We'll talk more about real estate in Orange County because that's the place to go and Melva. Dan is Dan finder is the biggest real estate study of asked. If the whiparound was tonight's stump the monkey, okay, right? We could play that another time. All right. We're live on KFI bender Ellie sheriff Alex vino emphasis, his department is going to revive drug team that had been criticized for disproportionately stopping Latino drivers on the five the domestic highway enforcement team had been suspended in November. 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News in Brief 25 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations u n human rights chief Michelle Basch, let won't on Friday that the situation in Venezuela could spiral out of control amid deadly violence linked to Hoan guidos self appointment as interim president the urine refugee agency UNHCR meanwhile has warned of mounting tension. As five thousand people day continue to leave the country. Many are in done need of protection. Here's at Rupert Colville spokesperson for the High Commissioner for human rights. We have received information from credible. Local sources that at least twenty people have died after allegedly being shocked by security forces or by members of pro-government armed groups during demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday with many others reported injured by bullets buck short and rubber bullets. The High Commissioner is extremely concerned. And I quote that the situation in Venezuela may rapidly spiral out of control with catastophe. Offic consequences in her statement, Misbash insisted that it was vital to prevent a repetition of repression against protesters demonstrating against the government of President Nicolas Maduro who was officially sworn back into office two weeks ago in the last week OH Chr says that some one hundred eighty protests have taken place in some of the poorest areas of the country's capital Caracas. It has also reported they large scale detention of demonstrators including three hundred and twenty people on Wednesday alone to the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Now where deadly Ebola virus infections have increased in recent weeks and spread into a new area. Authorities say according to the DRC's ministry of health. There have been a total of seven hundred fifteen cases of Ebola which causes high fever and bleeding for one hundred and forty three people have died. The overall fatality rate is over sixty percent. New infections have been reported from thirteen health things and have incr-. Priest notably in cat were were health workers have faced community mistrust. The virus has also extended southwards to Qena which is described by the authorities as a high security risk area despite some public hostility hampering the fight the World Health Organization or WHO maintains that the disease is being pushed back in a hot spots where armed groups have hampered the work of health workers his spokesperson for della Shadab, if there is an increase in cases in these two health zones. There is a decline in cases and students in Beni which was the former epicenter. This is a strong positive and cater of how effective the response can be despite multiple challenges in Malawi, the UN human rights office. OH Chr has spoken of its alarm at increasing horrific violence. They're linked to upcoming elections. Victims of violent attacks have included politicians, male and female party activists and persons with Alba. Unisom in one recent incident in the north of the country. A fifty five year old man with album was repeated these stopped in front of his child therefore his arms were amputated by his attackers UN spokesperson Rupert Colville told journalists Geneva that member of parliament Bonk Lindow was also set upon after being arrested for insulting the president following his release on bail on the sixteenth of January. Mr. Kalinda was violently assaulted allegedly by members of the governing democratic progress party youth wing who will commonly referred to as cadets on the premises. So the district Commissioner in the southern Talamo lingerie, and he required hospital treatment then again last Sunday twentieth of January Edward Govardhan by who was a supporter of another opposition party Malawi. Congress was savagely attacked in Blantyre also reportedly by DP cadets, he was extremely badly beaten and also required hospital treatment, Mr. caveat. He had. Previously been threatened because of his political activities. Mr. Colville noted that women candidates are faced threats harassment and intimidation ahead of national elections in may Daniel Johnson UN news.
"incr" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Taping. And he came out. Doctor doom pushed the guy in the doctor doom pushed costume came out. And he walked through the crowd. He walked through the house. And and then like he looked at me and pointed at me, and I remember completely freaking out. Like completely freaking out. Like, oh my God. Doctor doom post pointed at me, and it was like one of these things that I. Oh. And just like a completely. I was I was I was like I was like a little maniac has doctor doom post pointed at me, and I'll never forget it. I never forgot it. I don't know. How old I was. I was probably eight seven or eight years old nine maybe. And I never will forget doctor doom post pointing at me. It was a traumatic experience very very traumatic experience in my in my early youth. So. You ever see this? This is this one's a that. They that they mentioned on the TV guide. Thank you ever. See Rosie O'Donnell attacking Tom Selleck over gun control. I do you remember seeing that? Yeah. Red ably uncomfortable. Incr- read deeply uncomfortable. And Rosie O'Donnell would not stop. I felt bad for Tom. I felt bad for Tom Selleck. I thought that was kind of I thought that was really, you know, I thought that was really unprofessional of of of Rosie O'Donnell. I really did. And that was it's incredibly uncomfortable on YouTube. But I don't recommend. I mean, I wouldn't recommend watching it unless you want to feel uncomfortable. Because it will certainly do that for you. I let's break everybody. Hang on three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. We're talking about some of the great some of the great moments in talk show history, some of the most memorable and also if you've ever gone to a talk show, taping we'd love to hear your story. Three one nine eight one seven two hundred.
"incr" Discussed on Recode Decode
"But yet in the last year, I've had so many conversations with other women, particularly sort of mock contemporaries, who've told me stories, if not an out sexual assault, some other indignity that they suffered at some point in their career and sort of felt like they just had the silently suck it up and take it. And frankly back in the day other women were part of a problem because you know. Remember back when I first started practicing law. There were not many women in positions of thirty in the legal profession, and I think there was sort of a feeling of look if you're gonna make it here in this man's world. You kind of have to be one of the boys, and you just don't make a big stink about stuff like that. And so shamefully, I think particularly a lot of women back at that time were not nearly as supportive of other women as as they should have been. And I think that's changing. Now, you shrimp seen in the last year that just we just aren't going to take this stuff anymore. I have just flat hat so give a few tips. And then we'll have some kind of what you think are the critical parts they have helped you, you know, one of the things we just had to think of like having a possi like I'm myself forming a Melissa Ethridge. Which is lesbians with guns in scared scared. What are your your things? Vice you would give to people in with respect to to move. No general. Oh, God in this. There's another thing. And you've face those things I think I think that the made to like what has been gone on like a tax that women pay like an extra burden and they have to deal with in becoming successful. Yeah. I think it is. And I think that that particularly for those of us that are a little older. Now, we have a responsibility to do more to be protecting younger one. But we're not say protecting. I don't mean as in shielding. I mean as in hate the word empowering because I just think it's so overused, but it's seems to apply here. But in powering younger women to know that they really don't need to be fitting into somebody else's idea of how they should behave or who they should be. You know, I remember when I was coming along. I was women really tried to carefully calibrate sort. Of their their image. You didn't want to be too aggressive to them or it would be too much. But yet you didn't wanna you didn't want to be the wallflower either you're constantly having to sort of calibrate just the right level of aggressiveness. Hopefully, that's over then women can feel comfortable if you are sort of the hard charging when you can feel really comfortable to beat that and not have to try to fit into somebody else's view. But that's that's a different thing than it was back in the day to what is you would inspires you. You know, what I'm incr- is spent that year at Georgetown and student a lot of speaking at colleges and universities, and it actually goes back to the day of the women's March, which I couldn't participate in I was acting AG at the town's kind of wanted to actually what's at the whole foods that afternoon when it was over in DC and freezing cold that day, and all these young women are just pouring into the grocery store because the metro was overflowing there, and they had signs and the hats, and the whole thing and there with my security detail, and I just kind of tell them I'm going to stay over here for that just kind of wanted to watch for a while. And there were all these young women who were totally comfortable in their own skin. They knew who they were. They knew what they believed in. They weren't the least bit hesitant to to say it out loud, and you know, for the last year and a half or so that I've been speak. Colleges or universities or other places? I'm inspired by not just those women that were at the March. But the young women who come up to me and tell me that you know, they had never thought about public service before they had planned on going into business or into that..
"incr" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Just breath. Because now, you can know that breathing in and out through the mouth increases energy and breathing in and out through the nose is more relaxing. It's helpful to know that that is helpful and. I during the years, I was studying this I must have and I worked with my my mail, teaching partner, Chester was incr- as fascinated with breath as I was and you kind of knew that like you were on to something it was we knew that day one any and I are I pound teacher. One of the first thing she taught us was how to have an orgasm just by breathing. Bodied orgasm. Just by breed. Right. Yeah. And hard is that to teach incredibly simple. I do it all the time. You that at some point in the center, I'm just we can try okay, try. I'm also releasing a meditation tapes, we used to call them tapes. People still ask me for tapes. Old people. Hey, thirty three. I had lots of tape record a cassette tapes off the radio. See? Yeah. So a meditation of recording that'll be available soon. Great shoe through the okay? Oh, basically, you breathe a bit more fully in deeply than you usually do Chester. And I studied and practice every conceivable will that we could think of different way to breathe to see if they had different effects, and they do, but you don't need to know that right? It's interesting at the advanced stages. But right now, all you need to do is stop holding your breath while you're having sex either with yourself someone else. That's so interesting. It's really hard to keep breathing as you get right, right right near an orgasm. The bonding tends to hold its breath anyway, and you can use that constructively. But this holding your breath as if you're really, quiet and hold your breath. You can find the ordinance debating all the time. Yeah. It's everybody. I have a theory this probably not true. But I love the theory on which is that when we were kids learning to practicing being sexual with ourselves. You know, what did we have to be quiet? I and quick. And how how are you quite in quick you hold your breath? You don't breath. We learn how that orgasm happens like a short volcano in X number of seconds by holding our breath. And isn't it kind of like riding a bike or running to type once you learn it one way it's real hard to learn another. Yeah, it was fine. Because I actually I've never masturbated in my in my childhood home. Like, I didn't masturbate until they left the house and went to college. But I was just discussing this last night because I noticed like how much I hold my breath when I'm right about to calm, and I was like is this like low level auto erotic s fixation like that was my because I was like it's like almost when you when you can't breathe anymore. There is. Something a about I like choking and stuff like that too. So that's how I made that kind of correlation in my mind, but I was talking to cure Ston who Barbara just randomly knows my therapist. And who is a very kind of like nontraditional therapy. I would say, and I was like telling her that I have a creative blockage. And she was like it's great that you're talking to Barbara tomorrow. And she was trying to explain to me and like a short amount of time how like creativity and like sexuality are very intertwined, and she goes, you get very tired when you orgasm or are you energized? And I said I get tired like knocked out like completely out of it. And she was like, well that means you're you're blocking your creative energy, really. And then I was like how do I read do this?.
"incr" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Nineteen minutes after the top of the hour conversation with Chris Garcia, former deputy director of the US department of commerce, Chris as you were saying people need to understand the facts Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer have made it really clear along with just a little bit of frosting for Maxine Waters that if the Democrats take over we're going to be on in a well in the impeachment city, you think we've wasted a lot of money on the Mueller probe so far. What are we? I think last time the estimate was somewhere upwards of thirty million dollars. What do you think we're going to waste two years in the in the two years of the Trump administration with Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters talking about impeachment and the resistance continue. And meanwhile, what's that gonna do for our economy, our international standing, and you know, how other? Nations around the world perceive America because I sense. They're seeing us right now because of the bifurcation and this this that's been going on as America's being vulnerable right now. Brinkley, and that's really a disservice to their constituents as well. Because all the time that they spend. Talking about. Of course, Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters all the time. They spend trying to go after President Trump and a witch hunt. If they do capture the house. Less time spent his third turning their constituents dating issues that actually matter their constituents is why they were elected in the first place. Frankly there. Folks around Capitol Hill, they they know that they understand, you know, the the reason that they get reelected and so forth. And so, unfortunately, what we're going to see is if people voted for President Trump, sit out this election. It's a very real likelihood that Democrats capture bows again. And so it's it's imperative I think the President Trump go on the road talk not just about the accomplishments and remind people of all of the things that he's been able to overcome. The the phrase he says that people are gonna get start start tired dipped to get started. They're gonna get tired of winning winning so much. We're gonna beg President Trump creek. Please. Please know her winning also has to reinforce the fact that hey, listen, there's a real loss frame here. We lose the house. You can say goodbye to the progress. We've made at the nation because it's gonna be really really divisive talk about the oversight hearings. All all the time. They're gonna waste and that might if they're gonna waste on on persecuting, President Trump and his allies it's really gonna do the nation a disservice. Well, they've pulled out all stops already with the resistance just in the two years less than six hundred days that this president has been in office. How they've done everything they can to derail his presidency, but to his credit and his leadership. Chris his focus is on the ball. It's on creating jobs. It's on making America. Great again, building the wall incr- improving our standard are standing. I would say whether. It's NATO with our European allies dealing with Syria and North Korea on and on just go down the list, and you know, look at Americans are winning again. They're hearing all this negative news. But yet. Go to cash your checks, and they go. Well, I got a lot more money now. A couple of years ago. I got Donald Trump to think about it and small businesses you say small business optimism. You know, it wasn't that long ago that was about according to be there November twenty sixteen study was about eleven percent of the idea of expanding. And and opening up new businesses. It is doubled since Donald Trump has taken over as president of the United States. So like, you say all that is going to be vapor under a democratic leadership. That's read it. There's no question about it. And frankly, we have to remember to look at I take into consideration all the great points that you just made this this points to the direction of of the global perspective in American tap. We have to make sure we we realized that we do have foreign adversaries, and we do have foreign threats and the more fracture. We are. And the more actions were split into as Americans. But there's this weakens us as we we compete against these foreign enemies. You know, these other nations that are looking to overtake us, not just economically. But. Also with cyber warfare and so forth. Exactly. So we have to make sure we remain United as Americans, and frankly, Democrats happen just jump on board. I mean, you guys are getting. I mean, you think about all of their constituents every single democrat American is getting more money in their Bank account because of the tax cuts. Their families are out more more money. They're more prosperous. They have more jobs. It's not just Republicans that are defending its Democrats to exactly what they gotta jump on board as well. Yeah. And they have to understand their leadership is telling them that you know, you don't know how to handle your money, the Democratic Party, and the government is better at handling your money. So you need to give that money back to us. Oh, yeah. Considering forget about the last President Obama that he had the largest increase of indebtedness of all previous combined, and we're going. Oh, okay. We want those policies back, really. Well. Here's the scary part. They're actually believing their leadership. There was a Gallup poll that was published. I think in a couple of weeks ago and help them ensure you have Democrats no longer hold a positive view of capital of. I think it was something like fifty seven percent Democrats actually favor socialism over capital. Can you believe? Yeah. I saw that. Just unbelievable. So. That's scary part. And I think it needs to come down to not just a Republican messaging. But but just you know, if even the journalists that are in the middle of the road reported through these old cold air, Cold War era times they've seen socialism fail across the world. We've got a report the facts to the American people that socialism just is not working we have to stick with a private enterprise free market capitalist society. If we watch remain the world superpower, and we want to continue this upward swing and this upward trend of a higher level of living Meyer quality of life for Americans. And so it really comes down to, you know, not you wanna continue your your high quality of living and do you want to keep the nation safe? We only do that if we have a robust GDP every bust economy, and then the President Trump's policies. That's exactly what's happening. Well, it's time for conservatives and Republicans to take a stand to save their fellow Democrats from their own their own devices here. I mean, it's not like, oh there isn't. Enough empirical evidence. I mean, we keep looking to Venezuela. I Chris just reading the other day. They're inflation is a socialist country. Okay. Here's your poster child for socialism. Ladies and gentlemen there. Inflation rate right now is would near according to Nikki Haley the other day almost one million percent. That's socialism. What is that? That's beyond comprehension. She she was there on the border. She said she watched over a million people crossing the border to get something to eat. That's socialism. Unreal. I mean, put that into perspective for Americans imagine going to the grocery store, and you know, dropping down at twenty dollar Bill and that not even being able to buy you instead of bananas or local Brad loaf of bread your because your your dollar has been so devalued because because of this monetary crisis because of bad Sosa leadership. The money's not worth anything anymore. That's happening as well. So that's the real extreme. But more control you give the government over your life. As an American frankly, do you think the government spends your money with the new or do, you do you think that you exercised better judgment and spending your money rather than the, you know, the the waste fraud and abuse that happens every single day in the federal government? So just in the last on that is that just take a look at the VA. Do you think if the United States federal government can't even take care of its veterans properly and their healthcare? What makes me think that they're responsible enough to take care of all of Americans healthcare? Exactly, we'll Tom Coburn in one of his last waste book reports that he did pointed out that there was over four hundred billion dollars in duplicate of waste in our government. And I think that was probably from four years ago. So do you imagine where it's like right now, Chris we haven't gotten on top of this even Donald Trump when he first came. He said there seventeen agencies that step on one another and everything is cross intended. It's confusing and everything else, and they're all nobody's talking to the other. And it's all duplicate of waste in seventeen agencies. And that's only one part of it. And that's why he's taking his head. And he's going this is really a mess. Chris Garcia from Washington DC. Former deputy director.
Swiss Students Design 250-Mile Range E-Bike
"Zayed's Zayed's could could become become a a thing thing of of the the past. past. Thanks Thanks to to ethic ethic a a bike bike with with the the face. face. We We of of mother mother could could love love electric electric motorcycles motorcycles are are becoming becoming a a bigger bigger and and bigger bigger part part of of the the global global motorcycle motorcycle market. market. The The silent silent revolution revolution of of the the battery battery powered powered motor motor with with all all the the models models becoming becoming available. available. We We can can choose choose between between a a standard standard looking looking e e bike bike that that hides hides its its true true nature nature or or a a future future Ristic Ristic design design that that screams screams high high ride ride on on zero zero emissions. emissions. The The common common challenge challenge all all these these models models still still face face though though is is the the lack lack of of range range that that could could be be about about to to to source source change. However, it's difficult to increase the range on an electric motorcycle to achieve that you need a bigger battery capable of storing, more energy, bigger battery means bigger frame and easy equation that results in a bulky, electric power train. At this point you might as well throw in a few. Hugh more wheels for balance, steering wheel for good measure and call it now. I don't know a car, a group of engineering students from the university of Zurich in Switzerland has actually managed to produce a one off. Motorcycle with a staggering electric range of two hundred and fifty miles. In addition to the range, the bike has a built in quick charge system that can top off its battery in about an hour. The prototype was designed for a school project that challenged the fourteen students to experience all the steps of product development. The result is the all electric ethic. The design is pretty brutal, but it serves its purpose. The mono body unit is a quipped with a massive, lithium ion fifteen kilowatt hour battery. The group explains that the front wheel, braking, dissipate seventy five percent of the energy. So it addressed this reality by adding a front wheel hub motor that will recall. Operate the energy that's dissipated despite its minimalistic look and it's a labyrinth technology. The ethic does retain more classical motorcycle elements, including a lightweight to frame a proper swing arm and a trapezoidal fork out the front of it. Obviously, at this point, there is no talk of production, but the students in Genuity could definitely find some real world applications after all would be easy to market at electric. Motorcycle with the two hundred and fifty mile range, which is more than most gasoline models can travel right now. Hopefully we'll get to see this idea make its way to production. Just please let a design student have a go at it as well. Hyperloop transport faces, many, many hurdles, but until now, how cows can cross the track hasn't really been one of them, but that's going to change as Canadian company. Trans pod sets up its testing facility in a village deep in the French countryside. The current record for high-speed t GV trains could be shattered in the tiny commune of drove in central France. Last week. The company applied for planning permission, which it expects to be granted sometime this year. Hyperloop technology much publicized by Ilan. Musk's enthusiasm involves putting passengers or goods in capsules, which are then projected through depressurized tubes at up to twelve hundred kilometers an hour in their search for the perfect test zone. Transplants researchers hit on the Perez to Lou corridor, which. Has no high speed rail line, but they identified eight, three kilometers stretch of an old now, disused railway passing through farmland transplants, founder and chief executive told, euro news that the project has the backing of both residents and local authorities, but admits they've had to build some quirky demands into their planning application. For example, a farmer who has land on either side of the line wanted them to develop a pathway for animals as little. As you're ago Gendron the founder said that he doubted that anyone in Europe would want to invest in hyperloop technology. Now, investors have committed sixty five million euros transport. Also plans to build a research and development center in southern Italy got some spare time this weekend. Why not build yourself a working Rover from plants provided by NASA, the space Knicks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans. 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Hopefully WalMart we'll get supercenter to see this idea really make its isn't way to much production. fun, Just please but what if you could let do it a design from the comfort student of your own have home a go at through it as virtual well. reality, the world's biggest retailer wants to find out Hyperloop according transport to filings faces, with the US many, patent many and trademark hurdles, but office. until now, The company how has applied cows for two can patents cross that the detail track a virtual hasn't really showroom been one of and them, fulfillment but that's going center to change that as Canadian would company. connect Trans shoppers pod clad sets in VR up headsets its testing and facility censor packed in a village gloves deep to in a three the French dimensional countryside. representation The current record of a for WalMart. high-speed Store t GV customers could trains wander could digital be shattered aisles in from the home tiny and commune grab items, of which drove would be immediately in picked central up and France. shipped from Last a fully week. automated The company distribution applied for center. planning permission, The filing which is it part expects of WalMart's to recent be granted push into sometime virtual reality this year. and Hyperloop area that holds technology promise for brick much and mortar publicized retailers by Ilan. struggling Musk's enthusiasm with the massive involves costs putting associated passengers or with goods store in upkeep capsules, and labor. which are then projected This could be through a godsend depressurized in tubes February at the retailer up to twelve acquired hundred spatial kilometers an land hour a startup in their search that for makes the perfect software test tools zone. to create Transplants virtual reality researchers experiences. hit on the Spatial Perez land is housed to Lou inside walmarts corridor, in house which. tech Has no incubator high speed rail store line, number but eight, they which identified last year eight, hosted three kilometers a v. stretch commerce of an old gala now, in disused Los Angeles, railway Agadi passing affair by through WalMart farmland standards that transplants, celebrated founder the five and Witters chief executive of told, WalMart euro news competitions that the project to find has the the best backing ideas of both residents in the space. and local WalMart authorities, but is admits moving aggressively they've had to build into the some digital quirky realm demands at the same into time that their Amazon planning application. and other technology. 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Building to process two devices and instructions. at once allowing you There to take was flexibility turns playing music built into from the plains each other's too, phones, so you can or load customer ops, you could even connect fight payloads over the speaker and sensors for supremacy. all to the brain and modified the mechanics. However you'd like world. world. it's open after all. So make it your I'm own for more information head on over to open source Rover, dot GPL, dot NASA, dot gov. Amazon recently announced in a blog post that Alexa enabled security cameras for ring are low and August along with Amazon's own cloud, Cam indoor security camera. Now work with the Amazon camera. Recap API. This new API should make it possible for you to view a recorded clip with the phrase, Alexa show the event that just happened at the front door or the back door or whatever you named these specific camera that you want to check out. The Alexis go works on the Amazon echo, show the echo spot, the fire TV, and. Fire tablets. You can't currently ask Alexa to show an event from specific time, but you know, it's just a matter of time previously. You could only say things like Alexa, pull up the front door life feed to see what was happening in real time, but you couldn't actually view saved clips. This feature is currently only available in the US, but it will be expanding to other countries very soon tricking through a crowded cavernous. WalMart supercenter really isn't much fun, but what if you could do it from the comfort of your own home through virtual reality, the world's biggest retailer wants to find out according to filings with the US patent and trademark office. The company has applied for two patents that detail a virtual showroom and fulfillment center that would connect shoppers clad in VR headsets and censor packed gloves to a three dimensional representation of a WalMart. Store customers could wander digital aisles from home and grab items, which would be immediately picked up and shipped from a fully automated distribution center. The filing is part of WalMart's recent push into virtual reality and area that holds promise for brick and mortar retailers struggling with the massive costs associated with store upkeep and labor. This could be a godsend in February the retailer acquired spatial land a startup that makes software tools to create virtual reality experiences. Spatial land is housed inside walmarts in house tech incubator store number eight, which last year hosted a v. commerce gala in Los Angeles, Agadi affair by WalMart standards that celebrated the five Witters of WalMart competitions to find the best ideas in the space. WalMart is moving aggressively into the digital realm at the same time that Amazon and other technology. He companies are looking to establish a brick and mortar presence. 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"incr" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"So I, I look at like an example of the script is the facts. That's what you need. You need to know this information once. You know the information, then you need to have the freedom to maneuver yards. Talk about Jimmy page. The guitarist from Led Zeppelin, right? He had complete freedom on the fret board to make incr- crazy and insane music. But the only reason he had that freedom to do that is because he was highly disciplined for many, many decades of practice and worked as a studio musician, playing the notes that he was told to play the exact way that he was told to play them. And when he had the discipline background to understand the script of the notes and how they fit together when he was able to let loose he was able to make Led Zeppelin. Yeah. Yeah. Can't argue with that. Yes. You mentioned leaders and followers and how it's just as important to be a good follower. And the example or one of these angles is rock visit rock scissors. Rank a rock paper ranking rock. Was it rock paper rank? What you say? Rock paper scissors? Yes, rock paper rank that make sense. Yeah, the the idea that this roads trust among the team, can you explain that a little bit? Well, it's the, it's the thing of, okay, Jordan, here's what we're doing and you're going to do it my way and you don't have any say in it. Oh, and you. You wanted to bait with me. No, the debate is I outrank you. I went and the minute that you pull your rank as a leader, the minute, you pull your rank, you've really lost. You've really lost because now you're gonna go out and you're not gonna execute the thing I told you to do the the action. I told you to execute. You're not going to execute it with the same vigour you would if it was your plan or something you'd come up with. Sure. So the minute I'm pulling rank on people, you'd Lonzo battle as leader. There's three elements in the book of a good relationship with your boss it. I'll refresh your memory because I know you wrote this a long time ago. You might already remember these, I don't know, but they trust you, they value and seek your opinion and guidance and they give you what you need to accomplish the mission, and then let you. Go execute that, and we'll throw that in the worksheet for people who are listening. That'll be in the show notes as well. How do we begin to create that type of relationship? Let's say we've always been kind of an a-hole more like, look, you're going to do this because I'm your manager. How do we develop that trust and go and start to fix those relations? I don't..
"incr" Discussed on On The Media
"Express actual long term concerns about young people watching this program that ranged from bed-wetting nail biting to insomnia. A lot of people did not think that people under the age of twelve, for example, should maybe watch this at all, and they were viewing guides that were distributed to guide conversation. We have a link to it on our website. Here's a sample question of all the institutions which presently constitute American society, which ones would be best suited to handle a postwar society and its manifold problems. BSO ABC apparently produced around half a million of these study guides and distributed them to schools and churches and community centers than you know, on the one hand, clearly they were trying to promote viewership. It was also I think to forestall criticism that they were just putting this terrifying movie out in the world and letting people fend for themselves with how to. Deal with it. The study guide does though ask them really good questions about how people thought about the likelihood of this happening about its survivability the political context and consequences, which was certainly on everyone's mind. It just I don't think had been thought of in such a big pop cultural way that reach so many people as he wrote in your piece. The movie was used as a rallying cry, both for the anti nuclear groups and the Pearl one. It's interesting to see the way that Reagan's White House responded to this film by trying to turn it into a film that advocates for nuclear deterrence because we don't want this to happen and by nuclear deterrence. You mean deterring nuclear war by having a lot of nukes. Absolutely. And so that was their position. There were protests immediately after this viewing. And of course there are many people who were anti nukes and wanted to go into a period of incr-. Credible disarmament. Interestingly, one person who seems to have gotten that message was Ronald Reagan, not long after the film. Reagan held a series of summits with me, Kyle Gorbachev about both countries nuclear arsenals. Well, if you listen to that viewpoint discussion after the airing of the day, after this is disgust, including by secretary of state Schultz that the goal was not just to proliferate that the goal was to get to a point where both countries would agree to start dialing back, their nuclear store houses. And Carl Sagan talks about this idea that you magin to people in a room. Awash in gasoline, and there are two implacable enemies. One of them has nine thousand matches. The other has seven thousand matches. Each of them is concerned about who's ahead who's stronger. Well, that's the kind of situation we are actually in. You know, we posted your piece on our on the media Facebook page and a listener Wayne in Hawaii wrote that he's in his forties, and he saw the film is child and quote a few weeks ago when the false missile alert went off in Hawaii, I distinctly remember thinking, will it finally happened? It wasn't panic. It wasn't fear. It was more resignation than anything else. I think because we were the last generation that grew up during the Cold War that nuclear annihilation was always a possibility and permeated the culture, especially with depictions like the day after that anxiety was always there and it never left us. Wayne is absolutely right. I don't think that people who are in their thirties and younger have a sense of the fear. There's a big difference between. Hearing rhetoric like we've heard in the first few weeks of two thousand eighteen imagining what this would look like. I think we might be due for another dose of this. So how would you remake today? I would definitely think about kind of global context that was not just focused on American soil, but on the many places in which this attack would likely transpire. The question of the technological meltdown is incredibly relevant and maybe the most relevant in in an odd way, especially if you wanted to resonate with young people, you mean their iphones won't work any?.
"incr" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I think it's a little below every one really good year in Memphis and sixteen seventeen thirty eight percent from the corners for his career thirty two or thirty three overall. Yeah, like you put him Tucker cappella on the floor. Is there enough shooting? Is that where is that like really that demonstrably different from Reza Tucker, cappella? Not like a reason is a knockdown no injuries and okay. Three point shooter. We'll see my thing. I guess getting back to the original question is Carmelo going to be anywhere near a knockdown shooter either. And I mean, that's my thing is if we're talking about an at least can defend some, you know, fits enough of the prototype, like you said, if he's eighty, five percent of a Reza fits enough of the three in d. prototype that you want out there Carmelo. On the other hand, there's not much defense to be had and the occasional swipe, he's, I love the mellow swiped. We talked about that talk the horror of the swipe black. I love that he used to get really upset because he gets a lot of blocks that way that I don't know if those twelve thirteen, the really good seasoning had where he won the scoring crown. If it was the year after where he used that swipe all the time and he'd get whistled and a lot of times they would miss they would. They would blow the whistle on them for foul and he hadn't actually hit the guy. But it looks like he's vowing someone because he's just swiping clothesline and sometimes he has close on people to and even the way he goes in and kind of rebounds and hugs people sometimes watch him when he's when he's there on the block for a free throw and someone's taking any kind of just he kind of wrestles with people little bit. He's he's a physical guy and it's like he doesn't. It feels like he doesn't try to even trick refs as the kind of what he's doing. But. There's not going to be enough defense there. If he's just an average three point shooter like to me and you look at his numbers last year and he was like below replacement level, statistically, it makes sense. When you watch the way the guy gets tacked on defense, especially in the Utah series, which I wrote a little bit about that. Not as if Utah had like this incr- Mitchell, some incredible games in that series. But it's not as if you're cycling between three all-star ball, ball-handlers Burks down on the pick and roll. Yeah, just different guys them in Mitchell definitely had a field day when mellow switched on them. But I mean Alec Burks it's Ingles like pretty much take your pick, but I looked at it and the numbers. I think it was almost one and a quarter points per possession that they got when they forced mellow to switch and that series. And I think when you look at the guys that were volume shooters volume score. Wars for the regular season. The best score in the league efficiency wise was Durant at one point one, five. And so we're talking about basically. Someone scoring more efficiently than Durant did in the regular season. Every time you you get mellow and situation. Instead you picked up those mean it was mean, but we got access to everything. Now, man, I got. I got to come with the best I've got, but he he, he's, I think he's trying. It's not that he's not trying. Sometimes you can. You can definitely rip mellow for the effort. You know, and sometimes you talk about the idea, switching needlessly. I don't think that's what this was going gonna pick and roll enough times until you get the match up you want. And mellow just wasn't really capable of stopping and sometimes was late, but. Also a much different defensive team once they lost Roberson too. But that said, I mean this team, if they lose Tucker, what do you do defensively with this team? Oh, you're done. I know. And that's, that's the problem is that there was there was a little bit of depth there last year a little bit. Not a lot. Not that they. I mean, we've all the playoff series where they're running six and seven guys out there. Bob moutain goes down or hurt, and you don't feel like you could use all of a sudden you're debt the shot..
"incr" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"Anyways, ours is. Ours is pretty awesome, salty. So don't drink it that and say, you get major points for saying the ocean. Singular is a lot of people talk about the ocean floral, and we tend to think of it as just one ocean that happens, you know, to be separated by different landmass. So yea way to go with the singular good job. Good stuff right there. I'm basically a scientist. Scientists, man. What's your scientists? Right. So so they said that we've explored about five percent of the ocean, five percent of of the of the whole thing which is in insane. That's crazy. More about the surface of the moon than we do about the deepest darkest steps of the ocean floor. This is a good moment by the way. And again, I I mentioned here and I mentioned to you, I, I've got some small children's from humans of I somehow created blue planet one and two, and obviously the planner. Threes are amazing. Number two is nuts. It came out last year and you know what? They're just like. It's like they were bragging this time like, oh, hey, it's just a new blue planet. It's like the last one, you know, which is like better cameras. Oh, and here's a fish that uses fucking tools up now. Oh my God. Yes, I forget that fish's name, but that fish has now my hero. I was stumping around my living room going what. So excited for you to say that because we open conservancy did a series finale with BBC America here in Washington DC. And so we showed episodes seven on the big screen at the Newseum, and it was amazing. It's amazing to senior living room, just the incredible technological advances that enables the producers and the, you know, the video gophers capture this crazy animals shit that they do. It's incr- and then to the able to see it on the big screen into like here, David Attenborough's voice talking about why he's still hopeful. It was the highlight of my year. It was incredible. It was I, I watched it sober, but just as a reminder, like marijuana is legal and a lot of places. And if you haven't seen that ship until you've been a high while, do you know that it was the number one show in the UK last year? So imagine blue planet. To beating like the Super Bowl or the game in the United States. I hope so. You know, there are a bunch of fucking islands and they've got some shit coming towards him. So. Pretty good though. What's so? Yes. By the way, I think it's called tusk fish we can get back to later. Okay. Yeah. So it's it's point is it's incredible out there, but we have a slight issue where the ocean absorbs most of the c o two that we're pumping out and it seems like you know, will like the oceans have enough of our ship base. It's getting away warmer, the underwater river things that drive the, you know, like our shipping commerce and whether they're they're changing at times, is that the technical? I know things are in the air. It's the underwater ones. The underwater Jetstream. It's Gulfstream and like. Yeah. Let's go there like the reversing. I'm like, that can't. That's not great. Yeah. So you know the ocean is, is it like we just said, it's one big ocean. It's all connected despite the name, the five names, but they're, they're not all the same. Like competition and temperature-wise the Arctic and the anarchy clearly there colder, or at least they have been for a few millennia cold cold freezing balls called very cold, right? Or they used to be until what's the, oh until humans. So also plenty story the Arctic, that's the the one up top for those of you who like me, constantly wondering why they named it Arctic and Antarctic. They're basically the same thing. But anyway, that one's getting invaded by the Atlantic Ocean rise. The news says, that's. What you know, like we said, it seems like every week you hear a about something that's contributing to the warming of the Arctic and and and all the ice and well, if you have heard that you're right, right. It's one's bad. Yup, thanks Brian, those great SO with that for some just in lightning context..
"incr" Discussed on WLOB
"Taking action against people who sell over the internet incr firearms factors people who retail firearms like good buds gun for instance and they are reversing the trans actions in many cases and then cancelling many orders just sort of automatically without the the the buyers the sellers consent right the rysley the buyers consent and there's doing this under the theory that this is not a face to face trans action problem is is that they hit good gunsight academy for things such as lessons eight four over the internet t shirts sure sure things of that nature and plus every firearm that sold over the internet has to go to an f f l anyway excuse that every fire hold on before you go on is that every firearm or is that just firearms are sold outside of your state okay this is the way or works is that if you weren't at that bail and most of even on the big auction sites these are mostly at that fails firearm licensed firearms dealers right you can only ship to another f f l.
"incr" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"Street was this great street of quaint little shops and restaurants they toured a museum that they reported about last week and it turns out that's the town that was pretty much wiped out by this incr you saw the video if you're watching tv anywhere this week you saw that flood gone through ellicott city maryland and that's what the burkitt's reported on so our our prayers and thoughts for the people there that's a second big flood they encountered in the last couple of years terrible flood our thing is ben the heat that we've been we've been having so much for easing into summer was ninety five degrees in michigan on memorial day so a friend of ours mark faucette was reporting that the temperature hit a hundred degrees in minneapolis over the weekend for a lot of our viewers out for that long memorial day weekend on their first campout so the season you got to know that those air conditioners had a pretty big pretty big workout and talking about this heat reminds me of something our friend laura robinson recently posted on our road trekking facebook group it's a warning about walking your dog across top parking lots sidewalks and how fast your pets pause can be seriously burned listen to this when the air temperature is seventy seven degrees ashphalt can heat up to one hundred twenty five degrees when the air temperature is eighty six it can reach one hundred thirty six degrees and when the air temperature is eighty seven degrees the ashphalt can be a hundred and forty three degrees and since the experts say skin destruction can occur with just sixty seconds exposure to one hundred and twenty five degrees the warning is very clear your pets pause will be burned if you insist.