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There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History
"Fictionalized. History is essentially where you take something out of history and event or person and you sprinkle on a little bit of featuring a little bit of creative and poetic license if you like to try and make that story. More relatable more understandable more relevant to a modern audience perhaps and a great example of that would be some of these series. That you see on netflix or movies that you see on netflix. For example like the crown. Which is the story of the british royal family now. The current series has just recently launched. And it's cop the bit of flack for historical inaccuracies. And that's led to a conversation about the role of fictionalized history. Because in a way it's a lie. It's not a truth. But then the people who defend this version this autistic version is fictionalized of history. Will tell you that the truth is generally a failing nuance thing truth and reality of failing nuanced. And it's pretty hard to get those nuances across in maybe a ten episode series or two l. movie but by by adding a little creative round the story as low as it's true to the overall message it's actually a much better way to get that message across and to get a better understanding of the reality of history maybe the truth of history but the reality of history and it's something that i heard russell brand talking about today where he talked about the truthfulness which i think is a great would describe it because it's not strictly speaking. The truth is not the facts but it actually really is reality. Probably if it's done well and most people tend to say that this current series of the crown is still getting the overall message across. It's not necessarily the one hundred percent of the things that happened off. Factually correct about the truthfulness of it is still there. And i think the thing that they're coming across now is. The current series is about margaret thatcher. Times and princess diana's times which this people alive today still recall those events and so they poking holes in the history whereas the facts of the history whereas in previous episodes previous series. Sorry of the same show. They were talking so far back. That people weren't necessarily alive to question. So i think in a world of fake news. I think it's an interesting perspective. to think about. The truth innis of fictionalized history. Because if you really want to tell a story you've gotta get it relevant to today's audience. You've got to get the audience engaged. And i think a little bit of fiction around the facts is probably a good way to do it again. In light of the world the world of fake news that we live in that fake news era that has been created around us. I just think it's an interesting perspective on a friday.
You Cant Outrun Your Fork
"And today. We are going to cite you with a show about gluten called. You can't outrun your work. Dr Louis came up with that. Catchy Title I think he stole it. Perhaps from someone else but We liked it so extra. That's right but so we're GONNA talk to you about foods that might cause you to want more of the same and some very exciting testing information that we have been waiting very long time for Where it would be convenient for you and great reports and ways for you to determine gluten or wheat sensitivity so to day Dr Louis Would you explain to us about gluten and why it such a big problem? And why would someone be intolerant to it and you know what does it? 'cause what's the big deal with gluten gluten free so big deal right? I think it is a big deal. some of the research says is one out of one hundred or two out of hundred. That has gluten intolerance ILIAC disease. You know if you have that kind of Gi Issues go see your Gi doctor. So you're in tarnished Get the test made. Although we're going to tell you about tasks that you can do with us that I found to be. Oh my God blow you into new reality of knowledge and understanding again. I'M GONNA go down too much rabbit. Trails You know when I read this thing in interior. Was you know everybody should follow Tara? She really good health coach and she rat some pretty intelligent newsletters. Just like brandy does for Janet May You know I think anyone that puts beans chiles kind of a heathen might not love the Lord. But it's not just about beans beans can have issues too but mostly we don't talk about. Grind grain is not good and some of the myths. 'cause I I really think Janice going to get into more detail than me but and I hear this all the time but I'm eating whole wheat bread because I'm getting whole grains well usually Whole wheat break usually doesn't contain very much of the whole grind because the number one ingredient he's usually called wheat flour There's nips but I love my oatmeal. It's like well. I two or three bowls boat meal per year and I think it's the most nutritious thing you can eat breakfast. I personally think that's very very not true. And I think it's better than a breakfast. You know of sugary cereal but OATMEAL has a pretty high glycemic load. And so I don't think that's a good thing because it generally means when you have a high glycemic stuff. It usually means that you're going to spend the rest of the day over eating because you're hungry because of glycemic index Well you know I think we need to back up a little bit here and tell people why we got so involved with gluten you know before we we tell people. Don't eat gluten you know. It's not good but at the same time we didn't have a personal experience with it or where we could relate to own my goodness. That's what's causing it. If it's many of you have been listening to us for years. Thank you so much or someone that's new. You know the personal history there with why we found this out is because Dr Lewis was experiencing severe stomach pains to the point. He thought he was going to die. I mean I was bitterly I. I was giving him everything that I knew to give him. And you know we know all about nutrition for those of you that don't like me Janice WanNa keep me alive so ninette and happy but he I would give him so many things and it was like nothing was making it right and it got so bad. He tried to take out extra life insurance because he was sure he wasn't going to make it. And you know how God works. He sends people longer path. When it's just your bleakest darkest hour and shows you something you would not have listened to previously and incomes a Representative or actually. We had a a one of our bottom representatives. Tell us about this country. This company called vibrant labs and they did A lot of blood work with just a little bit of blood and we were very excited about it because we thought well you know. We don't really know what we need to have run. We've got a pretty good deal going with our lab companies. Now you guys get great pricing on the labs we you know. I don't know how this is going to help us. And she said but they'll do a gluten test on you and wheat sensitivity and food sensitivity testing and and maybe Dr Lisk and find out what's wrong so when we did the testing at that time it was a blood draw and it had to be a person that came to your office or they came to your house and they drew the blood and then it was sent off Which we did and Dr. Louis came back that he was not only gluten intolerant but he was borderline Celia disease. Which is what that turns into if it's uncontrolled so you know telling someone to quit eating gluten and then seeing it on a on a report where it's glaring at you telling you this is the result of you. Eating gluten is two different things which made us want to start offering this test. So Dr Lewis Stop Gluten. He thought well that's the issue. I'll stop it. He did and immediately. He started feeling better and I thought so. I did the test mine. Wasn't that bad. It wasn't great turns out that anybody who lives in the United States has it to some degree because of the Chemical crawls and the increase in gluten in the grange compared to what it was a few decades ago right and so we both more so than I will make sure he does not eat gluten in a meal and I cannot tell you the difference in how you feel with your digestive system. You know if you're suffering from you know things like bloating and brain fog and and you eat something that you just feel like it. Just you can't. You're not gonNA ever process it. It's probably because you have some sort of an allergy to it But belly pain diarrhoea. Muscle pain anxiety. Headaches nausea confusion numbness. They're all signs of it. And frankly with the lab testing the way it was at the time. And I know many of you and I'm sweating explaining this many of you've been asking us when you're GonNa get this going because we really want to do this We couldn't count on having a person that would draw the blood all the time everywhere because we are able to to draw lab across the United States. It's not always convenient place for someone to get drawn so vibrant look really just came out with The ability to have it as a finger prick test in your home so the way it works is we've said everything up on our website. It's under Specialty panels tab at the top and it explains to you. What all is in this test? And these tests that we've seen before because Dr has looked at them many times from different companies there about three thousand dollars to run what we're running for six hundred dollars and the fact that it can be a finger prick test in your home so you're secure. You don't have to go to a lab which a lot of people are scared of now and it doesn't take that much blood to do. All of this is just. We're just so excited to be bringing it to you But they have what? You're what you'll get for that six hundred dollars as a wheat. Zumur panel a leaky gut panel and a food sensitivity profile panel of ninety. Six foods Where'd you fill out the Hell Star Bay? If you've not done our health survey it'll ask you it. It includes Wheat Gluten and electons. And then you'll be able to pick two more primary foods that you eat the most of and those are added but it it detects wieght and gluten related disorders it aids in this specific recognition of antibodies to wheat peptides including gluten and non gluten components along with intestinal permeability. It allows detection of protein. Antibodies associated with wheat and gluten sensitivities. Were information to reduce monitor and manage the inflammatory effects of those sensitivities. So you'll be able to tail and it. It gives it to you in beautiful reports. It tells you what you may be missing nutritionally not specifically our products but just in general which Dr Lewis will turn around and come up with products that are ours to correlate to these tests. So that you'll know which things you need. So Dr Lewis. Can you explain to us? How Leaky Gut. Why why would we test for that so much? You know what? What is it? We're trying to see with leaky gut. Well the Gluten Causes Zanjan Zanjan opens up the gaps and then the leaky gut can absorb poorly digested food. Proteins back to our microbes and it gets things in your blood stains bloodstream. You don't really want It's just a bad thing. A you know anybody. Listen to enough my podcast. Now that I get in different moods well. I'm in a different mood today. You know you know my main thing I want to say. Today's it's you know we. We named this thing. It's hard to run your Fort It's also hard to lose weight when you have overactive knife and fork so folks you've gotta take responsibility Lake Innis is very very very common number. We'll get into maybe a little bit of detail but you know I looked up. Some research and it said leaking can be reduced by Herbs Courson Journal and Pharmacology And we have had trouble keeping our courson slash Brahma Lane in stock although we have in stock now because there was plenty of research that says corser tend to really really good for things that are Respiratory illnesses you. Draw your own conclusion there but It's really good because it has not just the Carson but rude and Brahma Lane. Pat Pain Pancreatic and which includes lap as protease and analyze. Because you need the enzymes and it's really really good. My Barranca have always always been a my weak area and I've been talking to in the morning to at night and you know it also lowers inflammation because that shows in your c reactive protein. Her chance heart attack and stroke and I've been taking it home I got. I feel better than I felt in years but given up. The gluten was good thing so think about the gut leak in this can be reduced by taking a course. It's not just about lowering your c reactive protein. It's about all kinds of other things. I'd say get away from grains I have plenty of stuff here depend on how much you WanNa get into but You have to you know. Had One patient says well. I did a test and I learned to get off of whatever food was bothering her. The number one is weight Number two is milk like if you have colitis or IBS and again if you WANNA really
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When Comets Fall Apart
"Pamela. Doing I'm doing well. Spring keeps playing with our minds. Here it is cool. Laureus and fully flowered and like six degrees Celsius. It's like fortyish. Its whole it's supposed to get below freezing tonight. I am bitter. Are Apple trees full on bloom and there are no bees? We have tons of bees. Do you have do you get the Mason Bees? Yes yeah we have. We have little mason be houses that we That we keep in the garage every wintertime and then in the springtime unless we forget and then we have a garage full of bees but we in the springtime take the macy houses out and put them in the in the various places in the Orchard. And then the the bees will come out and do their thing and it's so cool there separate yeah are are mason bees. Just keep finding things to put yells in. Oh yeah yeah they do. Yeah no question we all. We have the exact same situation. Which is that we have. We have We have the bees who follow our rules and they go to bed every year in the in the garage and then we have the ones that that decide that anything that is like a the right shaped hole needs to be filled with bee larva until you find them pulpit out of popping out of parts of the house in all kinds of stuff but they're so great they're the first to come out and there's and it's just a pleasure to see them just going crazy. We're always worried when that we're not gonNA have an flowers to to feed them in the beginning. All right Inigo there's there's there's are happy apocalypse Update as everyone knows. The Universe owes a bright comet. There have been a lot of promising candidates but in the end they always failed to live up to our expectations. Comet keep on breaking up with us it's true it's true to see Hale Bopp when. Oh Yeah Oh yeah yeah and this. This is the thing that I talked to. I talked to the children these days. The kids these days people who are younger than thirty right. Who Don't remember what it's like to have a bright comet in the sky there is nothing like it and and we need this to happen again but as near as I can tell. Comments are much more interested in breaking our hearts than fulfilling our dreams. Yeah Yeah and so. It's like northern lights. Yeah total solar eclipse gas incredible meteor shower and bright comet. Those two out of four of all so those are those are like that's the I don't know the hat trick. Whatever you make the four four four hats quad that's the that's the quad number. It of of Astronomical experiences is to get those four incredibly bright objects to see them all in your lifetime and and normally you will see them on a regular basis right if you're organized and you're willing to travel a little bit you can see them all but the one that you can't guarantee that you're going to see. Is THAT COMET COMETS? Show up on their own you know. Then the wizards of the wizards of astronomy astronomical events and there are ways that they break up. That are fine. So the break-up that we experienced was of course shoemaker Levy Nine. This was a massive comment. That never promised us a pretty bright star in this bright common in the sky and instead it put on an amazing splutter show on the planet Jupiter. Yeah so so. Let's talk a little bit about this. Like like what causes a comet to break up so there are couple of factors. I first of all comments are made not the most stable substance they are a mix of ices water ice carbon dioxide a all these different gases nitrogen that have gone into their solid ish form and I say because it doesn't take a whole lot of energy to transform these ices back into gases and when this happens they greatly expand in size and so the I mean just to be clear about this right that the the interior of the comet is not a complete frozen ball of of Ice Innis fear it is just a loose collection of rock and gas and dust and all kinds of stuff and that when it warms up then they start to these gases sublimate out of them and and this is where the dust and gravel. That's mixed in as well along with some organic materials becomes important because when that gas sublimate S- all of those other materials get shot off the surface and form this coma of various materials that reflect the sunlight back to us allowing us to see them so we are able to see comets as these bright gorgeous comas entails because they are unstable but unstable bowls of ice that is lumpy and bumpy sometimes even rubberduck shaped right and so the the this spring off of the material. This is their feature. This is what you want a good calm. It is one that is going to to blast off all of this material into space but not too much and this this becomes our problem is they are very loosely held together by a touch of gravity a touch of chemistry and when those physical blunt. The start that sentence over and when those physical bonds aren't strong enough and that gravity is too weak. The comet can blast itself apart or even get shredded gravity right right okay so so we know why. Khamenei comments are are really. Just a rough amalgamation of stuff. They're just can't wait to fall apart anyway. So that's why they fall apart. But what are the specific kinds of events that will cause them to be more likely to fall apart? So the two big comet killers are gravity and heat so with our good old friends shoemaker-levy nine when it got too close to Jupiter tidal forces the differences in gravity between the near side and the far side of the comment were enough to pull that comet into a series of chunks that on its next orbit well plunge straight on into Jupiter did a glorious job keeping all of us deeply involved during the leave. That was the summer of ninety four. Yes and that was awesome. More of that please. Well sure I mean I mean. We don't get to really appreciate it. We'll get to see the effect of all of these chunks smashing into Jupiter and I guess that's fine but it is very fine. It don't forget it wasn't just that they smashed in and created those black splotches that we saw the also created giant fireballs that extended out from the edge of Jupiter surface. It was kind of awesome and we learned a tremendous amount about about the upper layers of Jupiter by gouging out. All this was a scientific boone. The likes of which planetary scientists had never even known? They could have hoped for right. How old are you going to be able to took throw a? I don't know a city sized chunk of material into Jupiter and see the effect only when space is willing to pull this off for you and we think and by this I mean there are a few random researchers out there and this is highly controversial but sometimes you have to just like the controversial story. There are few astronomers author that Comet Anki may have actually gotten pulled apart into multiple pieces through close gravitational passes with our own planet earth and there are a few hint that maybe there was even some impacts with some of those pieces so it doesn't take a giant planet to tear apart a comet that comet just has to get a well a little too close and have a really rough day so in these cases you have an object. That's slightly active and Gravity just tears it apart and you end up with chunks of calm
How Pinch of Help Founder Brittani Allen Built Her Professional Home Organization Business
"Hey Hey guys welcome. Welcome back to the show. It's me Michaela and today. I am back with an episode with Brittany Allen so I came across Brittany on instagram. Y'All know I like to spend a lot of time on instagram? That's where I inadvertently come across a lot of people in. This was the case with Britney. I came across her business. Pinch of help and was just obsessed going through things saving all these home organization ideas and of course I also started to just get curious about what is business was her business model. How does this all work so I had to have her in the gas chair? Britney is a professional home organizer. Ceo and founder of Pinch of help home organization based in Atlanta Georgia. She is passionate about creating environments. Her clients love living with her expert ability to match functional organization with Aesthetically Pleasing Solutions. She's also a loving mother of two children and puppy and is the wife a husband Chris who recently joined her in working on the pinch of help team as CEO and CO owner. So in this episode I really love what Britney had to share about one how her blog helped her clarify her business direction to how she got started as a professional organizer and what? She's learned about voiding burnout as a fulltime mom. Fulltime entrepreneur plus so much more. Let's get right into it so in your own. Words give us a peek into the life of Brittany. Who are you in? What was your first experience with entrepreneurship? Great yes so first off. I'll say that you know I'm a wife to my husband. Chris and I'm a mom to appraise up sorry preteen and a teenager and like I said that can be a whole nother podcast. I'll on its own just this phase of life that I'm in terms of parenting but I became an entrepreneur somewhat by chance but definitely in my opinion I was sort of created for. I think you know it just feels very natural to me now. Now as a young girl I had zero zero answer to. Of course the question everyone asked what do you want to be when you grow up and so? I remember being very little deciding that I was going to have an answer the next time. Somebody asked me that question and so my answer was. I was going to be a veterinarian and it wasn't until finally and I said it many times and finally someone acts I like. Oh you like all animals and I said Oh no I like dogs and they're like wow veterenarian you're going to have to work with rabbits and hamsters and snakes and birds and I you know no offense but I hate all of those animals. I only like dogs in so that was the last time that I remember actually having an answer to that question as a young girl and so I just never knew but I did have the fortune of being a lot of leadership roles growing up and so I knew that I wanted to somehow be a leader you know and have a lot of influence wherever I found myself so. I think I was first bitten by the entrepreneurship bug. While I was working on my master's degree so I was going to school at the time I was still flirting with the idea of going to medical school and in my free time. Yeah in my free time. What was your master's in Biomedical Science? Okay Yep and so You know obviously. I wasn't in school all day so I would take substitute teaching jobs. Here are there and so my favorite age at that point to solve was high school students and I remember very vividly being an AP classes. We're talking about some of the smartest kids in the school. And I overheard a conversation where a student mention. He was going to be a doctor and his friend chimed in and said like Oh. I couldn't do that much school. And the kid and then the you know something like Oh. I only have two more years of school after high school and so at that point. I was like okay. Hey guys I need to jump in this conversation because as we know there's so many more years of school after you know like freight so many more years a lifetime of or years right exactly and so you know I was just really blown away because like I said these were some of the best kids in this school and I was blown away that any of them had this lack of knowledge so it started this conversation amongst us about you know other kids. I I wouldn't do this. What kind of school do I have to go to you know because I was telling him? Okay I'm working on my masters right now and then. I'm going to do this. And you know so. It started this whole conversation and then I decided at that point to create a different business and sell with that business was my first business was my very first entrepreneurial endeavor and I saw to help high school students create individualized strategic plans to help. Get them where they wanted to go. And at least have that knowledge because I realized what was that this was called academic planning and I realized there was somewhat of a disconnect between what the schools what the kids were taking advantage of at the schools because a lot of the schools in the counseling office. There's so much that is available to them but still have to go and seek it out and then the parents are busy working and all of that so there was just. I was talking to juniors and some seniors and just realized they didn't really know what was up ahead past college So or even some of them. Four College So then Innis. And how many years did you do? I did that one. Probably for one year one year and then I pivoted in so we'll talk about that as well but that was my very first my very first entrepreneurial endeavor and I loved it I loved it at first to become yeah. It's hard to become an issue because I realized that although I love working with the kid my real client was the parent and the parent and the kids weren't always on the same page like parents. Wanting one thing that kids are wanting another and then here I am caught in the middle and it was increasingly difficult to try to merge the two and try to find a happy medium and even to mediate between parents and kids. So you know it was just a I only did it like I said for that year and then we moved in that. I decided to stop that one. I can see that. I think all of us aside Hustler's there. There's really anyone that I talked to. Who's like I've only ever tried to do one business? And that's it. No right we get an idea of where we're GonNa you know dabble in it for a few months to a year and understand that all right. Maybe this isn't for me and that's why I love side House leads. Yeah it gives you that freedom like you don't have to commit right away you can see if it's for you yet and I'm so thankful yeah. I'm thankful for that experience because number one. It did teach me that. I do like being an entrepreneur. That wasn't even something I considered prior to. I think what I considered was possibly doing like I said being in a leadership role but for business or you know maybe even going all the way up you know however I could within someone else's business structure but it did. It didn't occur to me that I may want to start my own business until then so although I decided to stop that business. I did not stop wanting to be an entrepreneur so I think along the way that's what most of us realizes that all experiences somehow ended up getting you to where you want to be so that was my experience with that one.
Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes
"Our microbiomes. The tiny organisms UNISOM that live on us in Innis can influence our health and a recent study looked microbiome composition diversity depending on where and how we live given the same latitude and climate across South America. We found a gradient over bunny stations from a jungle houses hats off. Marion people leaving traditional lifestyles. All the way to a modern CD Lake Manas was the differences in microbes from our houses and from our a skin and differences in exposure to chemicals. Microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez Peyot from Rutgers University. She and her colleagues collected samples from people pets pets and spaces in homes like the kitchen bathroom and bedrooms. They analyzed bacteria. Fungi parasites chemicals and they found two trends As you go from the rainforest to a farm to a town to the city of House with increasing using population density we are exposed to a higher diversity of fungi. We carry more diversity of fungi in our skin. Hey Buddy nowhere got. We lose microbial diversity. The study is in the journal Nature Microbiology. Urban homes US more more chemical cleaners than do rural or rainforest homes and they're more likely to be built out of synthetic materials so city residents are burdened with more chemicals including including metabolites of cleaners detergents paints in and on their bodies. In addition the microbes of urban dwellers are far more like each other than they are like the more healthful mix found in the rainforest. Domingos Baeau thinks one reason is that we are two isolated from natural landscapes. We have grown culturally very anti anti dirt. We we call dirt there at the end. You know we call the soil dirt and that already has a connotation of undesirable they are bowl perhaps city living could be a bit healthier with fewer chemicals from cleansers and more microbes from what gets
Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?
"To brainstorm a production of iheartmedia in brain stuff. Lauren Bobin here those it look as if Jack. The ripper went dog day afternoon on your couch. Does it seem Edward. SCISSORHANDS continually carves abstract figures into your door jams. If you answer yes to these questions chances. Are you have a cat. Cats are notorious for scratching some scratch furniture. Some picket carpets a few slice human flesh. They used chair legs scratching posts and have been known to shred drapes and tablecloths into rags caps scratch. That's what they do. The American Veterinary Medical Association the Avian A says that this is both perfectly normal but conversely that up to half of people's complaints about feline behavior regards destructive scratching cats don't do it for malevolent reasons but mainly to mark their territory sharpen their nails stretch their tiny cat muscles or remove dead husks from their claws. All of this is natural and instinctive but because such activities can have unwanted consequences many cat owners resort to declawing they're felines but what exactly does this process entail and why is it controversial in July of two thousand nineteen. New York became the first state to outlaw cat declawing a pet owners who declaw their cats for anything other than medically necessary therapeutic purposes like in the case of feline cancer can face a stiff thousand dollar caller fine. Let's because declawing isn't a benign practice. The most common procedures involve a veterinarian amputating the last bone of each cat toe with ablade or laser. It's the equivalent of cutting off each of a human's fingers at the last knuckle other procedures involve severing the Tendon in each toe that controls the toes claw that option allows the clock to remain. The cat. Just won't be able to use it. The cloud will continue to grow though meaning the owner will likely have to trim the cat's nails else any kind of surgery like this done to a creature with a central nervous system is of course going to be painful but how painful pain in animals is tricky to measure. They can't talk us through it and we know that in humans when we experienced pain it's not just that we've taken damage and it hurts hurts but further damage and hurt is upsetting. We can't know whether animals have a similar response but there are some cues we can take from animals to Suss. Suss it out the NBA says clinical signs of pain following declining include a guarding posture reluctance to bear weight on the declawed limbs and reluctance is to move after reviewing one study. The Avia may says that sixty one of one hundred and sixty three cats exhibited signs of pain for between one to forty two days after decline clawing and twenty six percent of cats went lame for between one and fifty four days a longer surgery times and use of scalpels versus other instruments increased risk for lameness Innis after surgery with the passage of the measure in New York the Empire State joined several US cities including Los Angeles and Denver in banning decline fine while similar bills are being considered elsewhere kitty block president of the Humane Society of the United States hopes more communities will make declawing illegal in an e mail block said that the procedure is an unnecessary convenience surgery quote complications from declawing include an increase in biting and litterbox avoidance which often results in the cat being surrendered to an animal shelter block says the humane society is partnering with the PA project and veterinarians is to educate lawmakers around the country about the issue in hopes of expanding the ban so if de-clawing is so painful for cats why do people we'll check this option. The reasons vary some do it because they love their furniture. A declawing may protect cat owners especially those with compromised immune systems who could experience life threatening complications from cat scratches but let's be real instances of cats. Killing people through infection are rare. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that each year twelve thousand people in the United States are diagnosed with cat scratch fever resulting in five hundred hospitalizations for most people though the disease is is mild with low grade fever fatigue and headaches and there are ways to change a cat scratching behavior here are few from our friends at pet. MD You can invest scratching post or several and place them strategically around the house. When your cat starts to scratch don't Yeller scold just pick her up up and put her near the post. Try Sprinkling CATNIP on your cat scratching post to make it more inviting. You can also take a toy to the post or by scratching post with one when the cat swipes at it. She might scratch the post and realize it's pretty great. Cover your cats favorite scratching sites with double sided sticky tape to deter future scratching coaching or try spraying furniture with herbal sprays that cats will avoid finally you can always trim your cat's nails to a blunt edge or if your cat is a fan of nail trims consider buying classic colored caps to place over the clause not only save your furniture but your cat will be pretty styling.
"innis" Discussed on Matt Dâ€™Elia Is Confused
"Take a system like the economy or the climate <hes> you know there is no human on earth that really understands all the intricacies of economy all of the levers that can really predict what's going to happen from moment to moment and yet we are called on to make decisions right so <hes> of course <hes> <unk> professional politicians policymakers are making decisions but also even than regular civilians are making decisions will be good a vote and decide which policies we prefer but we're making those decisions based on an extremely unlimited incomplete understanding of the things involved and what metaphors <hes> help us do and they this is both a a plus and minus <hes> <hes> is they help us to wrap our heads around at least a small part of the problem <hes> they give us an analogy to something that we understand so someone might say. We need to have the stimulus package because we need to jump start the economy well. If you have a car you've had a dead battery. You know that jump starting can work and you know that this short infusion of energy can be exactly the to get you going and so it allows you to use this basic everyday knowledge that you have to say okay. I understand how a stimulus could help the economy because i understand jumpstart. Starting a car helps me get back on the road. But of course someone else might say well. Metaphor only applies if in fact to the economy the problem with the economy is that has a dead battery but if it's more like a chronically ill patient than what the economy really we need is long-term care and constant infusions of care and support and so just wasting it all in one big stimulus packages and the thing that's going to get us back to health and now you're talking in a different frame and you're focusing your attention very different subset of the problem you're bringing in new information and so each particular metaphor makes it easy for you to wrap your head around particular part of the problem makes a structure for are you just thinking but it obscures a whole lot of other information so it focuses on some ways of thinking and really hines others so it can be extremely persuasive because you don't even notice the things that you're not thinking about goals idols right. I mean it makes sense that you've you brought up the example of a politician using this kind of language and i think it a persuasive i think that sort of speaks to the positive and negative sides of this right. It's like they want to deliver it. In the sound bite message that is easy for you to understand but a lot of these things are actually truly not easy to understand and wrapping your head around them. In a way that is easy to understand it can actually lead you down an incorrect path of understanding and i think that that's such a fine line and to think of it through the lens which you're describing it makes it the that fine line extremely clear whereas i think so often. It's actually blurred because we're just living our life. We're just listening to this or that or whatever's happening and we're understanding. The words is that were hearing and we're not really thinking about it in terms of like well does that. Is that really what that means is. Am i sort of tunnel vision innis too much. Is there a bigger thing. Do i me to know more to actually understand the whole thing. Yeah and you know no metaphor is correct. They're all just little model ways of thinking about it. In science a lot of the history of science is a history of analogies or metaphors that get used for a while lead to a lot of interesting discoveries and then get discarded so for example the way we thought about the atom erste was a solid mass like a ball and then it became a bowl.
Venezuela in crisis
"Venezuela is a country in freefall as economic mismanagement an international sanctions. Combine to create desperately difficult times for its citizens as global debate centers, on who's to blame successive, socialist governments or countries like the US, who are putting the squeeze on the government of nNcholas Maduro, people are struggling for basics like food and medicine. US correspondent Zoe Daniel has recently returned from Venezuela as gentlest Venezuela is not an easy country to work in media vases, difficult to get and even with them in hand report is closely monitored by the authorities and government backed armed groups called collective owes rooms need to be checked for bugs sensitive interviews must be discussed in hushed tons movements should not be telegraphed and should never happen after dark time spent in each location needs to be limited violent crime is also close to the w-. I in the world and much of the story that needs to be told is in the slums, or barrios, where poverty hunger and disparition exacerbates that risk. There are also the gangs who trade in drugs, and ruled the roost in recent months, escalating political tensions have added the risk of protest rallies, turning violent clashes between opposition activists and government troops and proxies, all of this means that the stories of ordinary Venezuelans are infrequently told but when you give them the chance this sentiments a clear. Something by women and men young and old have to realize the critical situation, the country, is going through these days, hunger, misery, repression and unemployment. We spent a week in the slums of Caracas and surrounds talking to people about life and politics. Well, I. Research says that nine out of ten people in Venezuela, count afford enough food, because of hyperinflation, which is rented the local currency almost valueless government food parcels that handed out monthly a dwindling. Sometimes now, they come only every second or third month, and they're often missing case applies like milk. There's widespread frustration and people are starting to voice it. Even with the risk of recriminations, Ropeway sediment Settimio, nothing seems to improve it all gets worse. So I think they should be change to give the opportunity for someone else to rule the situation has created a window of opportunity for opposition later. One guy who was backed by the US, and ustralia among dozens of other countries when he declared himself president after twenty eighteen elections that are widely condemned as flawed, although you get the sense that it's a case of right place. Right. Time rather than one guy DOE, having specifically captured the public imagination ROY Innis weather. It's not just a problem for Venezuela, what the international community has done so far is very important. The recognition of our constitution and of me as interim president Australia did that to what's important. Now is to keep the pressure up the dictatorship won't voluntarily leave. And fortunately them enduro government wouldn't respond to the concerns raised by those who can't get enough food or medicine at a time when political division globally runs deep Venezuela's, plied attracts, at a response almost all of the Venezuelans that I've encountered blame the economic collapse, on mismanagement by successive governments who've nationalized, assets, subsidized goods and services failed to manage the country's oil revenues and allowed endemic, cronyism and corruption. They don't always mention soc. Realism specifically many still harked back formerly to the days of logistics, under, former president Hugo Chavez. But for many observers Venezuela's become a symbol of the broader failure of the socialist model, that's gained particular traction as lift and right retreat to their corners, the world over. However, defenders of socialism, attack outside nations for interfering in Venezuela, particularly the United States, which is imposed harsh sanctions and an embargo on oil Russia, China and Cuba continue to back the Madero administration. And that's a K driver of US involvement. The big picture issues, but for ordinary Venezuelans who've seen they country go from the richest in Latin America to a basket case they just want something to change, so they can feed their families, but from Caracas that's North American correspondent, Zoe Daniel.
"innis" Discussed on KCBS All News
"They are in their communities. Gnome import do not care how red or blue rural or urban, I'm showing up to listen to them, and what they're telling me is they want this country to come together around our shared challenges. So I'm listening to them more than I am to the headline writers. You have the relaunched acknowledging that things weren't registering for you. You've apologized for the Vanity Fair cover. Can you escape some of those first impressions of you, listen the, the only way that I'm going to have any chance is to go everywhere? Meet with everyone. Leave no one behind and take no one for granted. So, so that's what I'm focused on is that you maybe with the Vanity Fair cover and, and the big launch that you looked out of step. I don't know about that. Listen. The opportunities that I've had to meet with people. The snarky Innis, the cynicism all that is gone. It's, it's folks wanting to know that we're going to find a way to ensure that every child can go to school without worried about whether or not they're gonna come home at the end of the day in this epidemic of gun violence, having those conversations on the issues that are most important to them is what drives me it produces. This relentless energy that we've got in our campaign to make sure that we connect draw people in, in meet these historic challenges together. So I feel really good about doing this. And listen, there are going to be highs and lows in, in this campaign, there have been in every campaign than I have ever run. But if we stay focused on people, the very reason that we are doing this, in the first place, bringing them in and allowing them to contribute to the solutions to the challenges that we face. I don't think there's anything that can stop us. Do you think the party needs generational change? I'm driven by the people.
The Illegal Business of Smuggling Animals
"Smuggling illegally taking things into or out of a country. We hear stories about smuggling all the time smuggling drugs cash weapons diamonds. But one of the biggest categories of items smuggled is a little bit more exotic so to speak animals earlier this year, a suitcase was intercepted in the Philippines that contain fifteen hundred little turtles that had been smuggled in from China. They're estimated worth nearly ninety thousand dollars. Were they ninja turtles? No not. That was reported but I don't know. They were wrapped in duct tape in, like stuffed in shoes and stuff. They're so cute. They were like little, little guys, like the size of a hockey puck and also a man was caught smuggling seventy live birds through JFK in hair rollers and just a few weeks ago. There was this big bust in the Philippines. A man was caught trying to smuggle seven hundred and fifty tarantulas estimated value around six thousand dollars in a box of cook. Ke's by the way, I'm not gonna eat cookies now. Right spider cooking opening a box. Scrawl scout cookies tarantulas Papa that he's not a thing you can get over. This is indicated from planet money. I'm garcia. And I'm Stacey Vanik Smith today on the show, animal smuggling the market for animal smuggling is actually pretty new, but it's not really big really fast, and it's having a major impact on species survival. And on the planet's, ecosystem. Support for this podcast. In the following message come from Jim Nye, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin, and other crypto currencies to your portfolio. Protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from fund rise, the future of real estate. Investing access private market real estate projects from high rises in DC to multifamily apartments in LA. Get your first three months of fees waived at fund rise dot com slash indicator Sergio and weekends is with the international union for conservation of nature in London, he and his colleagues spend a lot of time trying to address animal trafficking, and on intercepting smugglers, Serio himself specializes in spiders, and scorpions. So how do you feel about spiders? I feel great. I only ask, because I feel like I have mixed feelings about spiders, might looking at them in the wrong way, people feel that an Arthur, bud life being an insect life or spider life isn't as valuable. So you don't appreciate its right to live as much, but I don't think cuddling sore Fluck Innis should be a criteria for conservation. What do you do? When you see a spider in your apartment recently, I found in my bedroom. I give it a drink at a little bowl of water for it. Yes, I did. I. Dehydrated. So she was very happy. And she was a female. She was very happy to drink from it. I thought about, you know, should I find insect and give it food, but it looked well, put outside and bent on its way. And I think it's doing well now how do you recognize when spidery dehydrates training for an upcoming fight or something like that? And it's like, hey, Waterberg water break and being a spider insurgence apartment is good fighter less good. We wanted to talk to Sergio about the cookie Bach seizure. The seven hundred and fifty tarantulas, which were worth apparently six thousand dollars. Is this something that happens, like, people sm- like that many people want spiders, as pets, and, and we know this happens like daily not only with spiders, though, no scorpions as well? Centipedes beetles, but you're flies of the whole range of animals. That people if there's an interest in buying them people will find a way to get them for me like business as usual. Yeah. How big is this market is at, like multi million dollars a year? Yes worldwide. Yes. Definitely into the multi millions. I mean valuable specimens can easily go into thousands. So a seizure of a few that's twenty tarantulas you be conceived, spiders, that values already thousands of dollars. It is committed that the animal smuggling market is worth about twenty million dollars a year call that today's planet money, indicator twenty million dollars or twenty million dollars. We don't really know because animal smuggling is illegal Sergio says animal smuggling has grown astronomically in recent years for couple of reasons first, deforestation and development has made even really remote areas, much more accessible to people so species that used to be extremely hard to get to are now far easier to catch second Syria says the internet makes it much easier to sell the animals using everything from Facebook to specialty sites to chat rooms, and to find buyers in all. Places, and it all price ranges. Sergio says one of the most smuggled animals on earth is thought to be abalone. It's a cease nail that lives, mainly off the coast of South Africa is apparently very tasty kind of a gourmet thing. Also, the abalone shell is really beautiful and strong. The abalone is protected, but there's just a huge trade in it. That's why smuggling muggings right Scott so popular smugly market, another, one of the most smuggled animals is the penguin sort of looks like an Armadillo, and it's covered with these big scales that are thought to have magical properties and the pangolin is sort of popular in, like, what would you call it homey ethic met homeopathic medicine. Yeah. And as a result of smuggling the penguin is now endangered when it comes to insects Sergio specialty they are typically caught for a few different reasons sometimes as pets, but there are a lot of other reasons to some people want for splaying. So there been the dried maybe you've seen them. Sometimes I've seen shops. Oh, yeah. Yeah. With the insect displays. Sure. Yeah. Exactly. Some people will kill the spider and put them in a sort of blasting. And then they just have them as a keychain sometime in Asia, they're fried and use snack or as sort of a jurist gimmicky thing where the will take Instagram photo of them eating tarantula ninjas throw the body away. So the animals actually wasted after all those years growing after all those efforts than his just nobody eats, sir. Here says the most popular insects to smuggle tend to have three major characteristics that combination of factors usually being big being colorful, and being rare is like the treat some of the things people look for if it combines all three than yeah. Prices skyrocket. So a lot of butterflies some Beatles, and the emperor scorpion. Yes, it's this big black, scorpion from west Africa. It's the size of your hand. Sergio says people like them as pets because they looked so terrifying. But apparently, according to Sergio, they're pretty gentle little guys, as far as spiders, the red kneed tarantula, which is found in Mexico. Ago is really popular. It's a large tarantula with red and yellow stripes on its legs. And Sergio says the red knee. Tarantula is also now threatened is smuggling partly responsible for them being at risk. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. Relocate seems it would be such a small dent. You know what I mean something like four station, seems like I could see how that would put us species at risk. But smugly it's gotta be pretty little like a couple hundred spiders. They were only if you hundred I can see how to be fairly sustainable. But the numbers are higher are much higher really talking about few thousand every year. But the things that the spiders were studied, the red news one, they take that case to grow. They grow in a year or even to take decades to become adults even being able to read. So if let's say we harvest out of good colony a healthy colony, and they have a hundred have one hundred specimens spread about this little spider town, you will, and you take off of their numbers. That city that spider colony won't bow back very quickly. And what's the problem? Mm-hmm. With with an insect becoming extinct. Yeah. Well, that's, that's a that is the million dollar question, sort of that is the same question people phrase about all sorts of things going extinct. So if we were to disappear as humans the earth would do pretty well without us actually probably better than it's doing now. Well, if you wear to remove spiders, however, the world, wouldn't last very well, not as we know it, it wouldn't last long at all the number of insects, they every single days, just Astra nominal if that predation exist, and you balance would have to be in number of insects just explode. And then, of course, another predator have to take over and than we'd be filled of that. So you see, so we're messing with this delicate balance, not being completely aware, not aware at all. What on quences will be Sergio says that the animal smuggling trade seems to be getting bigger all the time. So he and his team, try to track the people that they suspect of selling smuggled animals, for example by watching online vendors and they also educate buyers about, where they should get animals and how to avoid buying animals that have been smuggled, but he says, even a lot of pet stores have illegally, harvested animals, because so many people just don't know. The problem we often faces that Esam is in takes hold of most people working in a field. We see too many destruction. Species appearing to quickly and we feel helpless to do anything about it. But as I see it as long as we try really hard. I'm okay with failing really well. So you're trying really hard. Yeah. That's all I can do really if you wanna buy spider really any animal. Sergio says you should ask for the documents that show. It was captive bred. What do you think Cardiff should the or get red knee tarantula to we have a mascot as long as it doesn't come in a box of cookies?
"innis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Thoughts feelings inches. It's where your values are your face. And also just the best version of who you are. So if you're driving in your car right now in your in that particular, context of French screen is the road ahead listening to this specific conversation Innis media room, you have a front screen, and we're all naturally trying to stay connected to the front screen because that's when we have the. The greatest sense of wellbeing the challenges off to the right? There's a side screen and that passenger seat, and that's where the threats fears worries unhealthy preoccupations show up. So if you're if you're driving in your car trying to stay on the front screen, and then suddenly there's this worry that comes into your mind Woodhams, if I lose my job, your attention will match naturally swivel over there to hang out with that potential threat with the two screen method. You relate to the side screen at unwelcomed visitor in your passengers seed in a way where it will fade into the background. It'll have less power over you while giving you tools to stay more tethered to the front screen, and I could get into those two steps if you like I think people should read your book to find out more. But what if the what if the worrier is is? Tainted by their anxiety. What what about a person who feels paralyzed by worry and fear? So the two screen method. You can really use for all worries and levels of of being. Diety because there there are two issues. There are worries that show up inside us that shows up inside us, which really we don't have control over. And then there is a relationship to that are set of reactions to these challenges that show up in the inside. And there are very specific steps that we can take on the inside to make that stealing or that thought less. Powerful insiders. So you can apply this model in different contexts? Now having said that when some people have. Cute anxiety, where it's just that anxious engine is so wrapped up they may need to take a.
The problem with battling a conservative talking head on Twitter
"President. Joepags tweeted. And his Twitter handle is at Joe talk show. He tweeted keep in mind, what's happening in Venezuela is the direct result of the same socialistic ideology at AO. See that's Cossio Cortez and Senator Sanders and a beta award, and the like are pushing here let that really hit home for you. I re tweeted it with comment, and I said that is incorrect now, I really didn't think that Joe was going to even pay attention to it. But he almost immediately came back and said, at least you stated wine nice work now that that kind of sets the tone for this very brief conversation on Twitter with joepags. And it really gave me an insight into the the type of person, or at least a persona that he puts forth on social media. And to a certain extent, this is this is him on the radio at my response to him. Was it takes more than Twitter conversation to adequately? Explain how your statement was in accurate. I know you believe what you stated, but the facts don't support your position. I have to admit now I had to go back and rewrite that because I immediately money jerk reaction was I I wanted to throttle him. I I wanted to I wanted to be vicious, but I'll I decided instead. To take the higher route. And. Essentially say, look, you believe what you've stated. But based on the facts that I'm privy to your position is inaccurate. He responds. One hundred percent incorrect, in fact, and this is what got me you come off as so incredibly incoherent and uneducated in your response that it actually was just a waste of space in my time line, call the show you can learn me then. I don't know what I was expecting from Joe. I should've known. This is what I was going to get. But. I would love for our. I don't know. I can't I can't stand here in tale. You that liberal talk show hosts don't have some vitriol as well. I mean, look jank Uber on on the the young Turks. There have been times where he's gotten really really really vicious, and I don't necessarily agree with that. I agree with jink on a lot of points. But not not some of the more vitriolic. Let's just dig our heels in ex at an expose our our Qena, and our extended nails and just really dig in with everything that we have. And so I had to I had to think about this response. And I had some time to think about it because he responded to this after at already left to go to a client's location. So I I didn't respond to this until about two hours later in. My response was this. It's intellectually dishonest to compare the democratic socialism ideology of at AO see and at Senator Sanders to the corrupt it's socialistic system of Innis Walea. They're not the same not even in the ballpark that thanks for demonstrating. How you attack anyone that disagrees with you smiley face and his response was not attacking being direct. You are one hundred percent absolutely wrong.
"innis" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"L C or just go to tools in the navigation bar, and you can check it out there. So yeah, I think everybody can use it five times for free. But pro members get unlimited access to it. So moving on if we pick apart why Johnny's doing so. Well, what I'm noticing is that jetty you understand a lot of different aspects of real estate investing. But you don't make it your job to do all of it. So you understand how contractors value things? But you're not the one out there swinging the hammer you understood how to pump up your a RV like how an appraiser thinks. But you're not actually renting appraisals, right? You understand how to make the Redskins up? Now. Maybe you're managing your own properties. But you wouldn't have to if you wanted to have someone else do it. You would know how to pass it off to them. And how to know if you're being taken advantage of 'cause you get it and. That's a point that I wanna make you don't want to be the person who does everything in your business. But you do want to understand every person who's involved in it. So that you can make sure you pick the right person. And that you're making a decisions. Exactly. That's how I would qualify. Our strengths Innis has. Well, and to be honest, I think to add on that it's almost benefit that were an hour each way from our properties because it makes us really think is this something that I need to drive down for or should I outsource it? And chances are outsourcing it tends to be the answer ninety nine percent of the time. I absolutely love that you said that. Right. So this is something that I've said in the past one of the like, I said I wanted to drive by my properties. And I wanted to be within short driving like me, and I wanted to buy in my town right for years. That's what I did. And I still think it wasn't a bad idea necessarily. But here's the downside of that. Is that every problem becomes I can take care of it? Right. I can take care of it. I can take care of it. If there's a. Somebody gets locked out all drive into town and take care of it. So by doing so I wasn't treating my business like a business. I was just taking care of things as they hit me. And it limited me on how much I could grow. And so by buying at a distance. Whether it's an hour, two hours, ten hours, David David green is actually the guy that taught me this. So he you're the one that convinced me this while we were sitting on the beach in Hawaii like three years ago or two years ago. Like we had this conversation. It like blew my mind like if I- forcefully by out of the area. I am forced to become a better real estate investor. And that just was like, oh, you mind blood. And that's why I love that. You said that Jenny. That's that's perfect and Jimmy's using these principles even the her properties and our away. She could go do all the stuff, right, but but Jenny understands no I'd rather find the new deal or make or make more money or budget or do something more important. I'm going to have to outsource it to somebody else. And now you're using business principles not employment principles. Right. And where we all know what it's like to have a job. We don't know what it's like to run a business. So it's very easy to be like Brandon and slip into what's comfortable, which is oh. Something needs to be done. I'll go to. That's what I do at my job. But that's not how business owners think. Exactly. I like to Jeff that we have core. Three and a half. That's good. So you've read by book because you're very for. I like it. Okay. So Ginny tell us where are you headed next? Are you looking to buy one hundred properties? Are you looking to buy them and pay them off and just retire early? Give us an idea of where you're headed in what you like your business. Look like in the future..
"Dislike just me hike chick sent me. I lived his early life. And what is now Croatia during the violence of World War Two is said that his study of psychology attempts to understand what makes life positive or meaningful for people, even when they're deprived of protection or stable basic needs. The observed beyond earning a few thousand dollars above the poverty level. He can make growth bears no correlation to an increase in people's hype Innis own morale and the ensuing years six and me. Hi, began to interview creative people such as and scientists, and as how the chief happiness and meaning in work, despite their slim prospects of wealth, what he found was that these people reported feelings of acute ecstasy when working in states of intense concentration acts of deep concentration on intrinsically, motivating tasks engage ones high skill sets can lead to the middle state. Chicks me high calls flow. You've heard of being in the zone flow is a technical term for that concept. Our brain can process one the ten bits of information per second using about sixty right now while listening to be speak during flow, a person uses all her attention to focus on the task at hand. This leaves no attention to monitor other bodily responses or outside problems focused training and developed techniques can help most people access flow. But there are several barriers to this experience in the daily workplace, for instance, chick sent me high points out that limited feedback about one's work can reduce motivation, and thus concentration this can leave employ unaware of how she performed and limit valuable opportunities for flow. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass.
Falling For What Feels Right
"Chapter one. I three states prudence to simple knowledge indiscretion to the young. Our society falls victim to accepting. What feels right? Be imprudent means to show care and offer the feature a society is infatuated with proving their worth and their importance because of our short-sighted thinking short victories. We have no consideration for the long-term vacations of our actions. But don't want to seem weak or Natta quit. So we risk everything to establish our influence and impact. Consideration for the future. Wisdom in our younger years is boring. Is remarkable. It's safe hot will truly make a Mark or stay silent. There's nothing more impactful and observing it using our time and effort officially thoughtfully. We don't need to be highly educated to make a true impact and someone's life. Young in mind and simple. Pence ity to fall for what feels right? Our interpretation for what's good but understand that growth in wisdom. Only comes from adversity and humility. Holding onto our limited perceptions benefits. No one. True, peace joy and happiness ability to dismiss what feels right? Appreciate what is right. What does that mean? It means that we must accept reality. And discover own path to self preservation. That will fills rate from what others experienced. We're all unique. Don't degrade your individuality. The simple should resist group groupthink to appease others. The young show resist it obtain to disregard, wisdom and discretion to feign independence. We should appreciate positive sage Innis and learning not create false realities. Thank you for listening. Visit a website James one dot or the final future episode and the content of show then you're getting tune in next time for another Dili message third.
'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV'
"Director Steven cable junior to talk about the sequel to Ryan Koukoulas twenty fifteen installment in the rocky franchise creed to is about Donna's creed. Now a championship boxer and his mental rocky Balboa, but it's also about Rockies nemesis from rocky four Ivan Drago and Ivan son, Victor, it's a movie about fathers and sons legacy. And what happens when you're no longer the underdog. I talked to cable junior about what he learned from Sylvester Stallone how to rebuild the drug with storyline and making his own way in a complicated. Franchise. Your Stephen cable junior. I'm joined today by Stephen capable junior. Steven thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me, man. Stephen you directed creed to how did this happen for you a question. No, we I was writing my own script in. I was working on TV show called Greenwich. When I got the call. You know, what I mean, I I did not have greed to went on on a slate or anything like that it just kind of came out of nowhere. And how it happened was a guest MGM has saw my feature film the land in Ryan coup has suggested that a look into because he was don't buy Panthera time and got a call. These guys are spotted sly has oughta peace Michael Jordan has everybody felt comfortable and good about it and didn't necessarily have to pitch myself interesting. So you don't have to come in and say, here's my vigil. I definitely did say here's a vision. I have because I got the script Innis from sly in sly had wrote a draft that had a basic foundation of everything, but he felt like. He wanted to dive deeper into Donald his life, and he wanted to Tesla's, and then we're still playing with the draw goes. And so when I got the script it was like, our has some ideas, you know, when I pitched it to them, they're like while the these work, and it's the stuff that you'll see a lot in a film when I'll spoiling it because I don't know when this comes out doors, we won't be so. Yeah. But so tell me a little bit about your relationship to the rocky franchise where you were you all in as a kid, or is it something that was sort of new to get started doing? No, not at all. I don't know who has not seen entire rocky franchises. Like once in a while here. Somebody says they haven't and I'm might complete shock like you haven't seen rocky. What I was a kid as a kid. I I guess I'm considering young. But I saw the first one I saw was rocky five. Oh, wow. That was the first one thousand first one I saw that's not a great place to start. Everyone keeps the today. Right. Everybody keeps saying that in. And again, I I understand why I guess as a filmmaker. And you know, being who I am now where I'm at. But when you're like six years old watching like rocky five and you see Tommy gun in boxing and people industries. That thing was cool. I mean, it was just cool to me then when I went back backwards. So now start to go to first one then second now that stuff and then when I did I played sports. I was basketball player. So obviously sex is huge sports connection growing up. So throwing my teenage years. It was just about like motivation. I love to underdog story, but around seventeen eighteen, you know, nineteen starting to go to college starting to look into film taken more seriously. That's when I started appreciate a four. What it is. Are you thought sly and what they rocky one which is my favorite one was fascinating man thought it was bowl. They try some really cool things in there. And I was like, wow, you know, a flawed character. Who's not like put here pushback super suave? He stuttering he's doing this. He felt human, you know, and I'm like, oh, that's why I felt so connected to this character, you know. So I thought that was really cool you had this unusual burden with this movie where you have the legacy of the rocky franchise, and then you also have the burden of creed.
"innis" Discussed on Data Stories
"You're right. In that case, what are the things that allow you to find something highlighted something? That's going to pop out. I was something like color if you have a whole bunch of reds red cells and a heat map and one of them is blue shirt that's going to pop out right away. But you know, when you have maybe some reds, and greens and purples, and there's this one blue sell there, are you necessarily gonna see it in the answer. Is this great nation of difficulty? As you vary. The contrast as you vary the amount of variance in the image itself. Right. Basically, the noise Innis or the number of groups in the data, it gradually becomes harder and harder to to find an outlier, and that's something that if you go back to the early eighties know, mid seventies vision science that something that they kind of didn't quite understand just yet. So that's a relatively recent late eighties early. Nineties development of the field can ask something about. Interpersonal differences, and maybe even into cultural differences because something I'm always wondering about so it has been an inside collagen. This quiet, this paper that caused quite a stir posited that all the experiments are basically done on one very small subset of humans. Mainly the wheel younger psychology. Livas again, the wheel gets W E. I R D. Yeah. Basically psychology is the study of psychology undergraduates. That's what we're doing. We're studying psychology undergraduates because they're the ones who are participating and like now from your knowledge of like science and the field what which part like dust generalize across like wider populations or humans worldwide and which parts use like, well, they had be worth like looking more into intercultural interpersonal differences, like a good new research that sort of mitigates these issues. It's an interesting question because it sort of varies by the sub field. So the general the lower level that you go basic things like luminance perception color perception, even even angle and curvature those are going to be standard across pretty much any population. I can't think of a reason to vary. Too much. There are some questions about how language might affect our categorization and our discriminate- -bility of color. So maybe for. Example, if a culture has one word for blue and green. There's some early data that seems to suggest that for them that makes very bad categorical boundary. They have a very tough time. Differentiating blues and greens. And that could be a case of sort of the language working its way down and affecting your ability to make a decision there or to find something to find a segmentation boundary or something that should pop out. Whereas as you go higher level as you go into decision making in reasoning or things that are substantially affected by education, by culture by language, as that becomes more and more of an issue, then you have more and more. More impact from individual differences. And that makes the research much hard, of course. Right because then it's child to design a neat experiment that way, you can exclude all the confounding factors. Well, in some ways. Yes. In some ways..
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"innis" Discussed on DLC
"The way arms are being torn off in even the way the implants kind of arm changes in vary gothic. I don't. I don't quite another right word, but it's very forced in angular. And even though the world is can be clean at times the way people move and interact through it is it's disturbing, I think, yeah, I think by design, I think the the setting, the old table top bro plane game was sort of built around that fiction as well. This, you know, body mutation and body improvement augmentation, sort of, you know, biohacking thing. It is meant to be a little grotesque. I think they leaned into that. Certainly, Aaron, you said you very impressed with it. What what was your take on the demo overall and your impression of the game? It definitely works for me because honestly, kinda, I didn't go to three and I know it was. Like a big thing there, but it was never super big on my radar mostly because I'm not. I've never really played a CD product red gate and like I never played the Witcher. I know it's like not for me. This game play video kinda won me over really quickly because I just think it looks spectacular. How is the Witcher? How was the Witcher not for you, which I find different different people. I get that. Yeah. How's the Witcher not for you. And what about this makes it think it is for you? The shift in perspective from third, I know swords and guns, like what about this get you hype for CD project right now? I think that's part of it. I think the which is just too much RPG for me. Like that's generally not one of my favorite, John rose and I watched her friend played it and I was bored watching him. So I was kinda like, all right, maybe definitely shooter Innis of this. That makes it. Yeah. I think it looked more like the action looked better than I thought that which is action looked like the Witcher did not look like a Zelda game. You know, it looked like a well, like Zelda game with bad combat and a good story. I know. Yeah. Yes. So I definitely thought the con- the combat was thing that kind of drew me and and I hope that that is like a good, you know, kind of AAA like FBI. Yeah, that's funny. I mean, I have basically the exact opposite feeling because of course I love the Witcher and. The, I'm still having a hard time getting over the fact that it is so Choudhury and those action sequences are pure shooter. And I know that that all of the damage numbers and stuff are calculated based on RPG formulas and all your stats are taken into account your weapons taken into account and it is it true simulated role playing game as as you know, as a role playing game should be, but it's still looks and feels very shooting. I'm still having a hard time wrapping my head around that because it's not not what I was expecting this game for however, many years. I've been intimidating it when not what I was expecting and not the games that I love. I tend to not love shooters as much as roleplaying games and and so it's all of the other stuff in the demo that wins me over. It's the dialogue, it's the world building. It's the the sense of scale and place and actively and density of the world that is, I think so. Cool, and all the car drive. Ving and stuff like that. It does feel like the game is going to be very, very combat heavy for as shooter, and I just is a knock against it my books, but you know, I'm glad I'm glad it's positive for you, but wouldn't wouldn't. Wouldn't it be great if they could actually marry those things together and make like an excellent shooter and an excellent RPG because it seems like we only get one or the other. You know, it's like it. It's hard to get everything firing. It seems like with the John RAs. Yeah, yeah, I agree. And maybe that's what they will deliver with this. It certainly seems to be their intense intense intention. I've had a long day. I'm I'm inventing new abbreviation live in. So Cal, I breathe. Stood up there and tench. But yeah, it's their intention to create that kind of experience..
"innis" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast
"I think i think it's just important for us to understand that your experience with sex is not everyone's experience with sex people have like you said like people have different orientations different just all of these things factor into your experience with sex and they can be just very small things that make your experience different in a lot of different ways and so i think it's important to be accepting those differences and to understand that just because it's not something that you're into or is not something that you've experienced it's still it's still you know and and so i think without accepting that sort of diversity and innis to explain different experiences it would be like this very sex positivity would be this very narrow keyhole like sex's okay as long as it's only like the penis in the vagina missionaries fat slow motion like situation there just yeah it's very slow there monkeys making it nice and slow monkey likes it to ten more to go excellent the fourth the four oh shit worth oh okay madam oh goodness gracious blushing win or not noticing that's what was happening i saw some like stuff but i was like i'm focused on this she's just hoping you out to push me too was that another five that's five yes great right patriots scrubbers get excited so any other thoughts about about diversity or acceptance because i mean jeez i come from an interesting background especially sexually so for me versity is a huge aspect of my background my history.
"innis" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Innis of the baseball has changed so something about the texture of the baseball man that's not something i don't think that we had really measured and they measured in an indirect way in the report but they find that there is some correlation between the roughness of the baseball and the drag coefficient or the resistance so that's also something interestingly to me that the mlb pitchers had commented on especially during the world series last year they had noticed that the baseball's were feeling different and so that seems very plausible to me that there's something different about the texture of the baseball that's change the resistance and that could be a whole bunch of different things right i mean rawlings is very careful to say that the baseball's they make really dependent on the organic components that they make them from so in that case is that meets cowhide so i mean that's a you know the cows that go into this leather that comes from the cows and how it's treated all of these factors can influence the eventual surface texture baseball and potentially era since they say that really anything in that long supply chain going from you know for for example like how the cows are fed could potentially impact this all the way when it gets stitched onto the to the baseball or even beyond that to win it gets treated with the mud that they rubbed onto the baseball's any of that could be influencing that service texture in such a way as to reduce drag so that's one thing i suspected the cows along the cows were at the heart of this thing yeah right i mean this is kind of fascinating when you think about all the things that go into baseball however little part can potentially influence the final of yet i've talked about that example in the past when the twenties just before the twenties during world war one i think where the wolf that was used it was like the merino wool or the different sheep that were used from stralia because the sheep that were being used before we're not available because of the war and so it.
"innis" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)
"Yeah yeah it's because be innis because of the npr name as where this fascination goes with you know everyone thinks that they're they're ruling the podcasting space what was one of the people at the red was talking with me and he was an old time mpr person and he said to me goes he was you know the whole idea behind npr's i created was to give anybody voice and he goes and then podcast and came out you know twelve years ago and npr said well we didn't mean that anyone everyone so yeah so he goes inside npr there he goes there are some people that you know looked out at the end depart casters whereas the irony of it is is the indy podcasters exactly why npr was created to start with was to give any one of us so podcasting really is fulfilling the whole reason that npr was created start with so i just thought that was an interesting side conversation i had and thought of it that way going back to read let's there is a few people probably interested how this actually works so you know what is the actual podcasters implementation whether they have to do if read gets a doppler say it's going to be dr by ten apps say does what does the podcast ramp to do the podcasts are probably won't have to do anything if they're hosting on a company that's going to support read for them if they are hosting a convincing support him that company is going to put some meta.
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"innis" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"Could be answers questions and the way the the that there's a lot of kobe or would say a lot of truth eagerness i think in the book but because i can't stand trump of course that truth innis is i find very entertaining in but it's gotten to a whole nother level i think this book now takes our fascination with trump to another level which i call it's like it's trump porn is what it is now enda this book is like red tube in over trump or orange tube against a good co in on my friends tell me red to bid some porn site that's what my friend say i don't know anything about it yes it's like mary's i'm mario so anyhow i don't know how to take that you know i mean look i i always had these conflicting sides you know yes i'm a comedian i like to make fun of things in you know uh de salacious thing sound interesting but i don't want us to take our eyes off the prize of the real shit that's gone into about being distracted by things we already know about him that he's a child you know i mean that's basically what the book sowing us who knows that they'll have an effect on people this week we had the golden globes on sunday if you guys saw you saw oprah me then a rousing speech and i love that ad i love the her i was very i had to say i was very uh touched by that speech you know i'm kind of in that generation where we really saw the cultural difference of people coming coming up in being able to have voiced in that type of thing speaking from racial point of view let alone women ranked but i did think to man at that oprah for president like i got caught up in it like right away to and it was interesting to me how fast of a klatt backpack gone on twitter like from people in the left say no no no opposition run for president was just as bad as they are if they are mike but the figure can you come down can we just enjoy this moment i think it can i just dream a little bit about oprah can i just a jury there carriages hair that fantasy.
"innis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The so that happen i i need a moment here i should have been there's been a lot of things happening today and i don't i'm not one hundred percent ready to to lay the live the song on i hope on everybody gets a military push up um the adler orders yards whatever they her ffoct push up there huddled in in in oita allows you to dip a little lower yeah and it it's like these little pods that you hold onto and supposedly gives you better so that sutter better bang fairly ever she dipped down below yeah uh so we'll see what at today's our little of journalism today was the first day yeah just get them from amazon yesterday so 100 where it's you order today because the even on your phone all day today to uh up maricopa lower that given i gave dealers healer i know i know you have just kidding lar headed by myself a little time there because i didn't have the song ready to go in my in my son machine and i do now so the first army navy game apologies i'm sorry everybody i have it could i can i can't do fifty things at once but today i am attempting to so all dial it back a little bit in i do like forty things here in nineteen 61 innis the chip was launched from cape canaveral the loss innis e nos that amos innis were not pinas innis aboard the mercury atlas five sleeves crunch you didn't i'm sorry you've been set aside to bring abbreviated punch you regret task but eat is just had the rights he was aboard the mercury atlas five spacecraft which was more in the mercury capsule above the atlas five booster rocket which orbiting earth twice before returning while in 19th 72 the coinoperated video arcade game palm created by atari made his debut at handicaps tavern in sunnyvale california will kiddo hong launched in seventy two that's the only video game i many good at i just played it a few weeks ago the only one i had that i ever had when i lived in bowling broken of janet wasn't here yet i just would go home and play plunked till get high in the smoke could help mubanga the begin play get up oppong was my the did 1980 one actress natalie wood drowned in a boating accident off santa kette catalina island.
"innis" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A chance to right yeah it from your perspective as an artist new release an in albany obviously so much more than the music storytelling its people and getting to know you searching you speak to that a little bit how this platform has really allowed for you me a storyteller and share so much more than just the music that really what the music is all about is is is giving you a chance to to to fill the music and see it at the same time like now when i listen to the music after watching a rate them shimogami i listen to the music totally different has now you can see exactly which will watched in the movie kind relive it over and over and he liked the song better and he liked the music better so is is giving you a chance to put something that's extremely extremely quality and also something that you know you believe in comfortable witty so is it you know it hasn't been easy you know connect the dots but once they are connect the innis rithy something good philly in an from near you just gotta work it and that's what we do analogies really going out i'm just bringing caught action so when people watch this a wet something new and interesting that they're going to learn about you on just just the change i mean you people would ads konig seaney grow up just kinda seaney more in a player turns out vibe where you know whether it was cut a level rate jay or just you know me having just a multiple uh exciting lights i would say now i'm now married and now i'm just doing something totally new and put in a whole lot more substance behind the this stuff we're doing especially redemption sodas like the lead off this is something that we will work on all four wow so our heart and soul is essential it and now is just this journey that i still like we gotta go on it just continue to promoted and marketed as if you know it was an independent project idea back in the day just got a gold now down into the trenches and get everybody on any very cool on the flip side when you're looking to work with lakes artists which celebrities influencers to work with what are you looking for well alight anyone who really uh has a vision obviously they need to.
"innis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're listening to all things considered from npr news playboys upcoming november issue stands apart from any other in its sixty five year history for the first time playboy will feature a transgender woman as its playmate of the month including its centerfold she is 26yearold french fashion model ns route ms rao is among a small group of transgender individuals who have found such success in the modelling world and we called up to ask her about playboys movin what am means at a time when transgender people have been dealt so many political setbacks in the united states we reached her in paris france innis welcome hello thanks for having me i'm so excited added it's a pleasure to have you on now it should be said first that eu or not the first transgender model and you have already modelled in the magazine in playboy before yes i did so so why is this considered such a significant move well i'm very honored to be part of making progress straw words amar loving and exiting word this is as heavy as it is because it's not about just being in the magazine very he wanted me as it playmate i seen they wanted to stand for ko's and far message i know vets you guys know as very sensitive to was an advocate a freedom and sexual liberation always fauteil ngbt as well i know you wise fighging far samesex marriage before and everything so i think it's good going through the shift going through the change of having to first deal with everything that's involved with be transgender facing of the stigma sigma in your community from that point two arriving here where you have expose yourself to millions of people to accept you four who you are give me an idea of what that transformation has been like for you you know it's it's really like a constant fights you fight with yourself you fights with society but it's still worth it i'm super happy and i feel very lucky to be a model and.
"innis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're listening to all things considered from npr news playboys upcoming november issue sans apart from any other in its sixty five year history for the first time playboy will feature a transgender woman as its playmate of the month including its centerfold she is 26yearold french fashion model innis rao ms rao isn't among a small group of transgender individuals who have found such success in the modelling world and we colder up to ask her about playboys movin what am means at a time when transgender people have been dealt so many political setbacks to the united states we reached her in paris france innis welcome hello thanks for having me i'm so excited added it's a pleasure to have you on now it should be said first that eu or not the first transgender model and you have already modelled in the magazine in playboy before yes i did so so why is this considered such a significant move well i'm very honored to be part of making progress straw words amar loving an exiting word this is as heavy as it is because it's not about just being in the magazine varied he wanted me as it playmate i think they wanted to stand for ko's and far message i know that you guys know as very sensitive to was a nedved gate of freedom and sexual liberation always fatah ngbt as well i know you wise fighting far samesex marriage before and everything so i think it's good going through the shift going through the change of having to first deal with everything that's involved with be transgender facing of the stigma stigma in your community from that point two arriving here where you have expose yourself to millions of people to accept you four who you are give me an idea of what that transformation has been like for you you know it's it's really like a constant fights to fight yourself you fights of society but it's still worth it i'm super happy.
"innis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The phone stays the same so i think the phone stays at on eighteen neville and this is where the government needs it to beat and also given the supply and demand that it's probably that's where it's going to be mid next here i think there is a very good chance for the fund to actually appreciates why we agree with these with these use it depends gonna appreciate but there just to agree with the timing i think the timing is going to be more of opinion appreciation by june next year rather than by rather by indicates is egypt apostle beneficiary of the gulf crisis some of the verdict capital flows this could be too early to talk to early to tell would it be substantial enough to make a difference to egypt's economy would you say i think every bit of inflows is making a difference in egypt so in if it might not be substantial if we're talking about dubai if we're talking about the mother country and but for egypt i think in relative terms it would be substantial and okay so what's your top called and as it stands so give even all the developments over the last four weeks as you look to the wider middle east topic what if i choose a topic in terms of markets i still think egypt is is definitely the one so i was just in the us seeing investors a week ago and i spent ninety percent of my time actually talk about egypt although i was supposed to talk about the hold me the markets so i think egypt comes up on saudi is number two and then you either there are some of those other to see from a renaissance capital seal middle east north africa right still to come on the program we'll talk about what's happening with the dollar dilemma the greenback is down more than six percent this year and losing streak is expected to get even worse steven innis shared that view this is bloomberg.
"innis" Discussed on WEEI
"I mean like the landscape type scenery let's keep it clean family show here all right john farrell had a chance to meet with the media after this fifteen to one when he was asked about a number of things including finishing up this threegame series with a sweep the first against the blue jays in more than six years and finished getting find fashion advice if innis that series of the hailing i hear you know as a given sunny went arose series is always a strong saying but suits of capitalist beisege in the final game of the series with small about well here in the surge played well appear to serious now that we've been here by an end to get the offense we did today to you to give the bullpen another day down through good innings from fernando to give the bullpen arrest it was a good day moltke obviously leaves the way with a big offensive day but over the last three games here of the way hanley a wanna by the middle of the order that's a major presence foursome when he think about the contributions in the bottom third uh that's a real difference maker one lynn there and moreira get on base the number times they did today that was he does as was unfolding it'll doesn't know what their their capabilities near strikes are part of who they are as players and at the time it's too it's a close it's a close ballgame and then moltke with a big blow to to open things up a little bit but to see them use that as part of their offensive weaponry that that's a really good thing so that was on the role of yet both of manure on because the tiny little early in the game you know we're looking to not take the battlelines hands particularly the way he swung about uh so good heads a play on their part which is you know early in the ballgame he made a key pitch to to donaldson it's a two one count were up just a run on the two one ballgame he gets a grumbled doubleplay that was a big momentum shift i saw there were starting to build momentum coming back we contributed inside that anybody picked up bending with a with a key pitch a big double play in the third another one.
"innis" Discussed on Inquiring Minds
"So i wanted to get back to this idea of millennials and manners but to set this up i wanted to i ask you about something that i've noticed in the last decade or so that it seems to have gotten more cool to be a nerd which was certainly not the case atlanta however growing yeah so all it almost feels as though being awkward is now you know the new cool innis ito especially here in silicon valley you know where where i live and there's the whole startup culture and there's a lot awkwardness going on and it celebrated for that it's like you know that's the that means you're gonna be the next mark zuckerberg because are super out there so is is there really a fundamental shift in terms of the acceptance of awkwardness and therefore maybe even people who are intentionally being awkward do things i don't know of any big older sure does that her ask people whether awkwardness school her or not things just ephraim observations social observation since that has happened i think that's a great thing like i said i would have been nice if it was a trending back maybe when we were who'll but some you know announcing high school if you're alden that the things we all recall lava other things but as kind of a social kiss of death but now yeah you'll see people this all themselves awkward on social media or embrace it i i think you're right to sometimes people intentionally do sittings that are gonna go awkward right at times so in bashing barely yorkey see that sometimes for people will intentionally grass energy carter wide and that's actually grind sheikh now um but i i think the on the more persons of things i think there's actually been good movement maybe the internet was art of that where it allowed people wounds.