35 Burst results for "Jamie You"

Final 2021 NFL Draft Quarterback Rankings: Trevor Lawrence and Then What?

Big Blue View

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Final 2021 NFL Draft Quarterback Rankings: Trevor Lawrence and Then What?

"So guys let's start off with the quarterbacks as this is probably the least eventful group especially because we just let mark handle this position group. Because that is his forte his speciality. We don't even really need to go through the ordering or anything specific with this one as we're going to do it the other position groups but the thing that's worth noting is it. Mark was highly reluctant to really go past mack jones and then after thinking it over he threw in kellyn mind. Davis mills kyle. Trask jamie newman. And that was pretty much it so i think we can all agree here that the quarterback class in in this year's nfl draft isn't exactly very good on the back end. There's a lot of really good talent at the top but as we start to push towards the second and third round like we don't even have a third rounder in this group. There's not really a lot of good options now. It doesn't really tier that way. Joe obviously you have the tran said quote unquote time trevor. Lawrence. and then. There's a lot of debate on who that actual second quarterback would be adjusted sales from ohio. State zack wilson from byu. Mac from alabama. It seems like the jets. Presume that zack wilson from byu. And i mean. There's a lot of rumors that three the san francisco forty niners are really all in on mac jones but we'll find that out next thursday. It's gonna be interesting. I mean outside of the top five quarterbacks in legit all five of them could go for the giants would be ideal for the new york giants. That would be absolutely but outside of those five. It's it's kind of a crap shoot between callum on. I'll trask davis mills. Yeah i actually wasn't surprised to of see the look of pain almost on mark's face when he had to we almost twisted his arm into throwing out his like second and fourth round quarterbacks. This is a very top heavy quarterback draft class and part of that could just be the position. Where if you've got a quarterback who is able to be accommodated starter. He's probably going to be a first rounder and probably a high first

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Lynne Spears Objects to Ex-Husband Jamie Spending Britney’s Money

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:04 min | 2 d ago

Lynne Spears Objects to Ex-Husband Jamie Spending Britney’s Money

"Lynne spears objects to her ex husband spending money for his lawyers to defend him on. Tv yes. Lynn is britney spears mom that she has issues with her ex husband. Jamie who is britney's conservative has been britney's conservative for a longtime she's objecting to how he's spending their daughters money. So pretty has another hearing in her conservatorship. Legal battle will now. Lynn is objecting to how he's spending the money and she actually foul port saying that utterly excessive and it serves no service to britney spears all so this is what she takes objection to. He's spent nearly nine hundred thousand dollars with a law firm that he retained overall total. He spent about two million dollars of britain's money on his lawyer fees and linda's even saying she thinks that he needs to pay that money back. Give it back to britney's state. It's really wild in this case just keeps getting messier and messier.

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"jamie you" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:53 min | 4 d ago

"jamie you" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"My friends the time is now. let's do it. Let's go get into the flow with the great and wise jamie wheel used the word. We're actually new book. Which i think is really a power forward. But it's one of those words that's multidimensional now. It's got a lot of different entry points. People think about it and a lot of different ways. How do you think about the word rapture as relates to your most recent work. Yeah i mean it's at least two distinct definitions that actually kind of overlap to support the thesis of the book so the simplest way that To think about it it's kind of upper case and lower case rapture right so lower case rupture is just like rapturous like the idea of filled with bliss filled with intense pleasure filled with inspiration. Then for me that that kind of goes back to william butler yeats poem. The second coming where he says the best laco conviction while the worst are filled with passionate intensity and taking a look at the well these days you can see an awful lot of people passionately convicted their absolute fuck quits. And they've hijacked the mic from our collective conversation and we're getting pulled to the extremes on both sides of the political political spectrum by folks who really don't have the interests of the collective commons fat hot so in the titling of the book. The is how do the rest of us how to the best of us who've currently lacking conviction recapture our own personal passionate intensity iraq and that includes healing right way. Were traumatized where we're numb. Where were isolated where we're fragmented from each other and also our passionate conviction in our courage in our creativity. So wherever you say restoring the collective or those are being kind of hijacked and a misaligned. How do you think about the collective comments if people in an age. Where of course the bias echo chambers and just a reinforcement of one's own opinions is so intense. Thanks to the the wormholes and algorithms of the internet How do you think about you know something that complicated in that complex in an era where all information is pulled into every possible direction. Yeah i mean it's the middle that's complicated. You know like at the lowest level of our families in the ones we love right. Life is pretty simple. Where a bunch of tribal primates. Trying to trying to get on you know trying to solve the monkey puzzle of existence. That life is nasty brutish and short and red in tooth and claw and holy shit. We have we have access to sonnets. That make us wheat. We can split atoms and send rockets to mars. And so on the highest level. We're just a bunch..

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"jamie you" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:22 min | 4 d ago

"jamie you" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Hey what's going on the astros coy allen and i'm glad and grateful to be here once again speaking with you sharing brain searches and thought wiggles and all that type of thing. How are you doing today. That you're doing good that you're feeling right And all is going well and your life that you feel good energy comes through and you're ready to take on this current moment of now i've got to greg guests on the show. A guest is my friend jamie wheel. Jimmy is an author and the founder of the flow genome project. And he's got a new book out called recaptured the rapture. I had a pleasure of getting an early look at it. It's really great. I know you all are gonna enjoy it. And we'll we'll get into.

Jamie Eichenberger on the Need for Water Infrastructure Funding

Words on Water

01:57 min | 5 d ago

Jamie Eichenberger on the Need for Water Infrastructure Funding

"Delighted to be joined by jamie eichenberger. He is the president-elect of the board of trustees and also an associate vice president at hdr jamie. Thanks for coming on the podcast. And you travis. Happy to be here. We're gonna talk about infrastructure funding for this episode The water environment federation the board recently issued a position statement on infrastructure funding dive into that And one of the things that starts with i think is defining what the problem is with infrastructure funding. What what's going on. What what's the problem with the current status and landscape around funding of water infrastructure. Sure well travis is you know and I'm sure all Listeners are very aware of. We've spent trillions of dollars over the years on building a really strong backbone of infrastructure for water wastewater stormwater on across the united states and we continue to invest in infrastructure. But a lot of it seems to be focused on the growth addressing new regulatory changes. And we haven't necessarily put aside as much money to maintain that existing investment in the bills coming due a lot of our pipes or two hundred plus years old Across the country The aging aging infrastructure at our treatment facilities are reservoirs so the big needs for funding across the board and without increasing that funding will start to see service failures. So was i mean in real life. Well we may have some public health impacts were we may have fish kills and other environmental impacts. And so as as we're we're thinking about how to address those we know. The investment one of the issues is just limited funding as important as the water sector is. There's a lot of other competing. Funding priorities are cities and

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Biden delivers remarks on gun violence prevention

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | Last week

Biden delivers remarks on gun violence prevention

"The father of a Parkland school shooting victim was on hand as president Biden announced. Several executive orders aimed that gun control this week while also calling for Congress to pass him widely supported measures. I believe the Senate should immediately pass three House passed bills to close loopholes the loud gun purchasers to bypass the background checks. Fred Guttenberg, who's 14 year old daughter, Jamie, was killed. It's Stoneman Douglas High School tweeted from the White House, calling this the day when gun safety begins. Biden's executive actions include ordering the Justice Department to issue within 30 days ever. Pot's rule to help stop the proliferation of so called ghost guns, homemade ones that have no serial

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Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1

"Jason Robertson scored his tenth and eleventh goals of the season to carry the stars past the Panthers for one I think the biggest thing for us right now is catching that fourth place that's what I want to do that's what I do in a locked room wants to do and we're just focusing on getting the sign next couple games and trying to make that for seat so that's what's most important that's what I'm looking most start towards fuel less Bronson Roberson beat Sergei Bobrovsky in the first two minutes before Jamie Benn made it three nothing midway through the opening period entitled open stopped twenty shots and blanked the Panthers after Alexander bar coffee dimana para play with one and a half seconds left in the second Florida has lost three in a row tying a season high I'm the ferry

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Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending

CNBC's Fast Money

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending

"Your jazz records bathtub. Gin because jamie dimon says it is boom time for the us. Economy the jason morgan. Co going all in on american his annual letter to shareholders. If you didn't have time to read all sixty six pages which include the full-page of footnotes you've got your back. Here's a fast money. Cliffnote version of the letter. Diamond says market valuations are high but justified you to access savings deficit. Spending strong economic growth. Banks are playing an increasingly smaller role in the financial systems. Due to the rise of fintech investors shouldn't have been companies that produce and consume fossil fuels and china's on the rise in america should get ready for it but the bottom line. It is boom time of the usa

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Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending, vaccines could ‘easily run into 2023’

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending, vaccines could ‘easily run into 2023’

"Well you talk about that. Forecast for the economy and the markets in his annual letter to shareholders. Were talking longtime head of j. P. morgan jamie diamond says deficit spending stimulus money and vaccines could altogether fueled the economic recovery. Well into the year. Twenty twenty three twenty two twenty three. So what about the market. Well if dimas right. And i believe he is and i believe the economy could be fueled could stay in a boom longer than that but if diamonds right we should remember that the market is up. Eighty five percent of the time during long periods of economic growth. Now during that other fifteen percent of the time pullbacks of up to fifteen percent can be the best time to carefully get in and or adjust your existing portfolio for continued growth.

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Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president on effect of pandemic on employees

Bloomberg Best

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia president on effect of pandemic on employees

"Indicates many workers are ready to give up their paycheck and say I'm out of here I quit. A Microsoft survey of global workers finds the majority feel they're struggling or just surviving and pandemic work conditions and a large percentage you're considering leaving their employer this year. Same survey shows. Most business leaders feel the employees of thriving Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker says the problem is obvious. Workers want a feel like they're valued and that they're rewarded for their work. 46% of respondents say they're planning to move to a new location this year, a reflection of the greater flexibility to work from home. 41% say they're mulling leaving their jobs. JP Morgan boss Jamie Diamond says a lot of the problem is remote work, so it's hard to think okay, culture and character and all those things When you have the zoom world, 18 to 25 year olds are faring the worst. Researchers theorize their feelings of isolation or higher because they're more likely to be early in their careers in single, Quite Jared

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Netflix lands 'Knives Out' sequels in high-priced deal

Fred + Angi On Demand

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Netflix lands 'Knives Out' sequels in high-priced deal

"Netflix has reached a deal for two sequels to the acclaimed. One thousand nine hundred. Done it knives out. yes have you. You saw knives out is so good. Have you know a good. A good Guess who did it kind of john. Yahoo every other thing on netflix. In the last year every single. What every single thing netflix says. I've watched things in different languages at this point like i really moved onto rear at this point. I- subtitles are fine. I just don't care. I'm running out of stuff. I didn't watch out. Sit all everything paid around. Four hundred and fifty million making it their biggest acquisition yet. The previous record was one hundred and thirty million four. The irishman the first knives out grossed three hundred and eleven point four million in worldwide ticket sales So i mean if you gotta think it's going to be good if they're paying that much outbid a ton of other services we'll see because like the first one had a huge cast like of course evidence. Jamie lee curtis. Everyone was in this movie. But then and then daniel craig is the detective so i think it's going to continue like he goes onto another case like he. It's not it's not going to be the same. Cast besides daniel craig. Because he's a detective so he's going to move on to another case to try to figure out who done

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WHO investigators deeply sceptical of China’s Covid origin theory

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

WHO investigators deeply sceptical of China’s Covid origin theory

"An inquiry, led by the World Health Organization into the origins of the Koven 19 virus has created more questions and controversy than answers. Jamie Mezzo, a member of the Wh So Advisory committee tells 60 minutes Leslie stall that the Chinese did not allow the W. H O lead team to carry out a full investigation into the origin of the outbreak. You're saying that China did the investigation and showed the results to the committee and that was it pretty much that was it. Not entirely, but pretty much that was it. Imagine if we had asked the Soviet Union to do a co investigation of Chernobyl, it doesn't really make

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Denton ISD to extend online learning into 2022 through K-8 Virtual Academy

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Denton ISD to extend online learning into 2022 through K-8 Virtual Academy

"System that recognizes the benefits of virtual learning is the dent in independent school district just outside of Dallas, Texas right now, about a third of its more than 30,000 students are taking classes online, and they'll still have that option next year. That's because the district recently announced the launch of a new K eight virtual academy. Jamie Wilson is the superintendent. And he joins us Now. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me today, Sarah. Now is this just about accommodating families who are worried about Cove it or are there other reasons why families and students want to stay online? So we've been an in person learning in our school district since the Tuesday after Labor Day. And giving our parents a choice to learn from home. As the years progressed, some families have made the decision to stay at home. That could be for a health reason or it could be because they're actually seeing some benefits to online learning. So we're planning to meet both needs. What kinds of students so far are you seeing benefit the most from virtual learning? Really? We're seeing a cross section of all of our students were seeing students with special needs were seeing students of gifted, talented some of our students who may B A B D or able to focus for shorter periods of time, and some students really can work through their curriculum a little faster, and it allows himself pacing to happen for our students and their families. So really, It's an individual decision that allows our students and their families to make a choice of how they want to receive their instruction. So much of school in addition to academic instruction Let's face it. A lot of it is about learning how to be around other people how to socialize with peers and with adults. How do you compensate for what? Kids who stay home Maybe year after year are not getting in that environment. We undoubtedly believed that our families will choose that be involved in extracurricular activities at school. We may even have some clubs that are available to our students. In addition to that, if you think about our families and in most families in general As we've gone through the pandemic, they've identified themselves small clusters of students for them to get with and be around so that they do get that socially. Most of learning and they do have opportunities to forge relationships. It's really Teaching us some things about collaboration in the ability of our students to self select some collaborators for their online learning is they kind of started with their own hubs in our forced online learning environment, So we think when we get intentional with it, and we train our teachers with making the best of our online learning environment that will even get As good or better results than we're seeing with our in person remembers.

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 "Comedy Team Magic"  Interview & Set with Mack & Jamie  Show #58  - burst 02

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"Comedy Team Magic" Interview & Set with Mack & Jamie Show #58 - burst 02

"Nobody new music like him and having a hard rock station to work on. That must have been fun for you. Jamie in having that i met mack started working together and key. West are the comic strip from new york opened a annex club in fort lauderdale and they would bring down four comedian new york every week before lauderdale and have them perform in that club and we got windows but through a gal who used to living key west but went up there and was a waitress at the club and she called us and said hey you guys are as funny as any of these guys and you should come up work at this club and we were so freak out. We worked with paul reiser. We work with dennis. Wolfer with sindbad. Jerry seinfeld betty murderer cara leader and murphy. All these people would come down to the fort. Lauderdale club four to turn and we would drive up. Every week was a five hour drive. And we drive up to the weekend shows. And we got so that we were regulators there and so we got to know. These people and rick overton All these great comics. I should go to new york so did you.

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USC agrees to $852 million payout in sex abuse lawsuit

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

USC agrees to $852 million payout in sex abuse lawsuit

"The University of Southern California has agreed to an $852 million payout settle hundreds of sex abuse claims against its longtime gynecologist, Dr George Tindall's CBS is Jamie. You kiss. He's president released a statement in it. She says that she is quote deeply sorry. For the pain experienced by the women and hopes the settlement provides some relief. But I can tell you we were listening to a press conference held a little bit earlier today, where the victims said there is no amount of money that can make up for what Kendall did. The list. Pled not guilty to 35 criminal

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Britney Spears Requests Jodi Montgomery as Her Permanent Conservator

Colleen and Bradley

00:28 sec | Last month

Britney Spears Requests Jodi Montgomery as Her Permanent Conservator

"Attorney filed Mission this week to have Jodi Montgomery officially replaced Britney's dad, Jamie Spears as the permanent conservator over her personal matters. The court documents were filed yesterday and will be reviewed in an upcoming April 27th hearing. And Montgomery, who is Britney's care manager, has been Britney's conservatives since 2019 when she replaced Jamie while he recuperated from health issues. And a judge extended Montgomery's temporary role until at least September of 2021. Don't

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Jamie Foxx to play Mike Tyson in boxer's take on his life

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:18 sec | Last month

Jamie Foxx to play Mike Tyson in boxer's take on his life

"Scorsese will be the Executive producer. The serious we'll take a look at the boxer Mike Tyson's life as a whole. I'm John Herrick on the level on the going on w Why. D c dot com Virginia William Hill, America's number one sports book is now here Way have a

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Jamie Foxx To Play Mike Tyson in Boxer's Take on His Life

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Jamie Foxx To Play Mike Tyson in Boxer's Take on His Life

"Mike Tyson versus Mike Tyson it's a battle that will take place on TV but not in the way you think recently Hulu announced it was making a mini series about Tyson's life but the ex heavyweight boxing champ was not involved in it now Tyson is throwing a haymaker of his own he says he is producing a limited series on its own life and he has a heavy weight talent Jamie Foxx attached to it fox will star as Tyson and will work along with filmmaker Martin Scorsese as a producer no word on when either project will make it to air or what outlet it will be on when it does I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Jamie Foxx to star in Mike Tyson biopic series

Mason & Ireland

00:26 sec | Last month

Jamie Foxx to star in Mike Tyson biopic series

"About a month ago hulu announced it was going to do a limited tv series based on the life of mike. Tyson called iron mike and written by screenwriter. Who did i tanya k. Today a second biographical tv series about mike tyson is in the works. This one's going to jamie foxx but unlike the limited so series that hulu announced this one will have tyson's cooperation so he's going to be part of this production as an executive

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Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

Atlanta's Morning News

01:27 min | Last month

Metro Atlanta churches remember shooting victims

"Across the the metro metro area area remember remember the the victims victims of last of last week's week's deadly deadly spot spot shootings? shootings? As As memorials memorials grow grow for for the the seven seven women women in in one one man man killed killed double double the the SPS SPS Michelle Michelle write write reports reports live live rallies rallies are are held held both both locally locally and and across across the the country country and and support support of of the the Asian Asian community community Yet Yet that's that's right. right. Stop Stop agent agent Hate Hate rallies rallies were were held held this this weekend weekend here here in the in Metro the Metro area area Worth Worth State State representative representative Being Being when when tells tells the the crowd crowd shot shot eight eight people, people, six six of of them them being being Asian Asian women. women. Close Close range range in in the the head. head. Thousands Thousands getting getting together together in in cities cities around around the country the country to to support support the the Asian Asian community community is is well. well. Jamie Jamie Web Web is is the the daughter daughter of of Zhao Zhao Zi Zi Tan. Tan. She's She's the the owner owner of of Asians Asians massage massage Way Way were were supposed supposed to to meet. meet. Sunday Sunday before before all all this this happened. happened. That That was was the the last last thing thing that that my my mom's mom's like like We We didn't didn't really really me me because because I I always always left. left. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the the memorials memorials in in front front of of both both young young Asian Asian massage massage and and Acworth Acworth and and gold gold spot spot in in Atlanta Atlanta continue continue to to grow. grow. That's That's where where members members of of several several Korean Korean Church Church congregations congregations gather gather for for Sunday Sunday service service with with this this pastor pastor telling telling CNN, CNN, the the killing killing sorrow sorrow wake wake up up call. call. Many Many Asian Asian Americans Americans tend tend to to avoid. avoid. Those Those kind kind of of things. things. It's It's not not our our business. business. Wear Wear this this focusing focusing on on our our survivor survivor but but is is defy defy awakening awakening moment moment for for us us and and the suspects the suspects Church, Church, Crabapple Crabapple First First Baptist Baptist in Milton, in Milton, will will they they vote vote Sunday Sunday to to expel expel him him from from their their membership, membership, saying saying they they no no longer longer affirm affirm that that he he is is truly truly a a regenerate regenerate believer believer in in Jesus Jesus Christ. Christ.

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"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

02:27 min | Last month

"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

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"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:10 min | Last month

"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Age and maturity and power. And you know knowingness is considered. I don't know what you're worn out or something. I mean just even the concept that agents that a woman aged like displaying agency is not an attractive quality. Yeah i mean it's it to me like speaks to just the lack of viable alternatives and the fact that Like like you're saying like not targeting any specific individual but the fact that that Acting younger and s in presenting yourself. That way is what has caught on in the mainstream. We even stupid just to be clear like fenua right and and the aesthetic That and other nisha Don't break through to the mainstream and then it's like well why don't they. Why don't Niche communities where women are extremely dominant and powerful or just confidently displaying agency. Why is that kind of a rarer thing to To break through the fashion element of lolita is really complicated because there's multiple corners of it one of the largest corner of it is not even technically related to the book and then also i mean the fact that there's there's so many There there's just young girls that are kind of And and women building their self image around communities like like these and there is an element of community and connection involved don't want to invalidate and then there's also like things worth discussing their of like why is this you know. Why is this predatory story at the center of a movement. You know it does that. It's the story about. Pedro like inherently in and of itself is a story about beautiful. And that's what and it's a. It's a very well written story about painful and it is it is a an a name lolita that is in our consciousness because of a story about an agree to story about it and it's just really important to hammer that home and so that you don't think that i'm i'm any kind of slut shaming shaming and also yes..

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"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:55 min | Last month

"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Angry. But i wasn't ready to talk about why. I was angry as an individual but i but that was what really pushed me into like doubling down on like if this is so scary to you there's really something to it and i wanna know more and i want to understand and i want to push buttons. It yeah yeah. I don't i. This is like a world. I want to exist inside of but not feeling like this and so what can i do. Can i ask what the attitude was towards that conversation. Do you have examples that the kind of things that they would say. Just out of curiosity i know it was a while ago but a lot of victim blaming a lot of like oh all of a sudden this is bad. Oh all of a sudden like it just acting like the idea of being incensed about being assaulted was first of all a news concept and second of all even by reacting to it in any public way. You were seeking attention. Yup you were like it was just a an attention seeking techniques. So that by the time. I was sort of finishing college and had spoken about my own experience. That was kind of how that went. And and you were you were you. Were treated as though you Attention seeking weaponising an alleged assault cod love alleged. And yeah i mean that that was just kind of how it when i mean not everyone in my life was like that and i did find allies in the comedy community at that time that were very welcoming and accommodating and like just willing to listen to me was the bar i was trying to get met and like a willingness to have this conversation and not just a shut shut you down with and like okay alleged or shutdown with a like racing. Talk about this yes. It's because that's the other threat was sort of come up is like will. You don't want to talk about this or that's the only thing people are going to know about you and you're not going to be able to perform anymore like that dot came up several times from including from you know like women and free from people that thought they were. You know trying to do right by a younger comic by by saying look. You don't wanna be at the girl who was assaulted so like you know i feel for you. I believe you but stopped talking about it. You know and that was kind of painful it sucked. Yeah it sucked well. No one wants to be the girl who was fucking assaulted literally literally wants to be that go but that is because the such a huge stigma on being that girl and the only way to remove that stigma is for all of us who have been that girl to talk about it so we can realize that actually is wrong with you. You didn't do anything wrong. Something happened to you because there was something wrong with that person and and and it's okay and we're all like devastatingly all in this together. Statistic came out yesterday. I think in the news that ninety seven percent of women in the united kingdom have been sexually harassed. Lord surprised at all. But it's like no. I know ninety seven percent. Who is this magical three percent of just been in hiding in a basement somewhere like the only way that's happening. Oh my god. I is a terrifying statistic and that's curious about that three percents i'm like wh- what an incredible life will what a life to have live. Now you're going outside if you're in that three percent you know you're in you're saying in your living in.

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"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:22 min | Last month

"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

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"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:20 min | Last month

"jamie you" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Obsessive critics piers. Morgan ended up leaving his job at a good morning britain because his obsession with megan and his disparaging comments about her and the way in which it appeared that he had disregarded her comments about her mental health he was pulled up on it by his co anchor and he just had a tantrum within about two minutes. He was up off now. This is a man who spends a lot of time calling other people snowflakes including meghan for struggling under the lens of so much criticism and so much vitriol on so many snaring unkind campaigns so many people he has called snowflake for not being able to handle like global pylons and there he was on national television just being questioned really politely and respectfully by his co anchor who was calling him out on his obsessive and disrespectful reaction to meghan on the show not to stop the interview but just in general and he just stormed off and had a tantrum like a big baby and quit just like that now. I am happy. Because i we do not get along publicly and he has not. I mean neither of us each other. That's all i'll say that has been very That's been a very big weight off my chest. Knowing that he will no longer have access to mainstream broadcasting. Tv is fine if he's going to go off and get another job somewhere else but we're all safe with him there where people who are like minded who wants to stay in that kind of echo chamber.

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"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

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"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"I mean and i haven't read the only think i read it once because that sounds like me to only read because i would then i'm like why would i do that again. Yeah but i. I was probably in my twenties. When i read it. And i just remember thinking you know. It's an anti hero. You're you're to be like attracted repulse like to this to this character and this horrible thing is being written about such beautifully crafted way. And you're seeing it through the fucked up perspective of this fucked up guy but to take away from it that like it's sexy and fun i think is sort of like that's you. You are one hundred and eighty degrees away from from from what's being said where it's like. I mean reading the book back now. It's like oh it's absolutely indisputably about abuse and abusing a child and like the like trick that the book pulls off trying to make you empathize with an abuser. Is like really ambitious and the writing is beautiful but yet it was like i guess one of the things that surprise me when i was kind of getting ready to to write this show out was like how quickly that switch happened. I assumed it sort of happened over time of like people miss remembering it. But it's almost right away where Critics are like and and you know they just kind of take the abusers where it at face value starting from from go and and so it's kind of studying that the legacy of it where it's like even like vladimir now go over and over and over like i don't know what are talking about. This is about a really terrible sick person but just like watching how people of different areas have misinterpreted it in a way that is like really of their time Yeah it's like it. It is like a maddening thing to think about all day but but it's been really interesting. I mean there's like there's broadway musicals of it like it's just so it goes so much further than i thought that it would. Is that the main thing that surprised you in doing research on it and thinking about it. Yeah i mean it's i guess. Yeah it's how often and how quickly it was misinterpreted and then just everyone ran with it. And it's just kind of i flick. It's just almost In a nutshell just like how quickly people will jump to blame a victim to the point where it will become like this cultural shorthand for like someone who is to blame for the abused. They're receiving where. I'm working right now. On like writing episode where the long island lolita and like amy fisher. Is referenced a little bit where you know by the ninety s when you said lolita. You're kind of just referencing. A young person who is being framed as to blame for what's happening to them and liking any abuse they're receiving must be because they are somehow devious or seductress. Yeah exactly and and kind of tracing how it has affected people including like people that i mean it affected me in a way i didn't even realize because it became so kind of cooked into Like pop culture shorthand where it's just everywhere and unlike what is sexy and it's like yeah like you know. The goal is think the heart shaped sunglasses. I always think like oh that puts you in mind of that book where that forty year old man had a sexual relationship with a thirteen year old and she is the twelve year old twelve year. Old girl that's what those sexy glasses. make me. Think of you know right right and yeah i mean the it's been like consuming my head for months and months but yeah i mean even those shape sunglasses her like they're not in the book and they're not even in the movie they're just on the movie poster..

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"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:27 min | 3 months ago

"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Nowadays there wouldn't be a punishment. I don't think i hope not. Yeah be punished for. It's a weird thing to be punished for and it's also it's just like i put myself in the teacher going. Hey jamie why did you do this and you go. I don't know. And i think you know like if i i would try and question you more but you know you end up learning when you deal with kids that when they say i don't know frequently it really just mean that they have no idea like yeah like there's nothing to hide their yes like this is just what i do and i and it just also too. It's like one of my pet peeves growing up. And and it's something i tried to do. Consciously as a parent is that. There's no respect for children's privacy. You know and i understand. Sometimes people have to kind of keep an eye on their kids online life. Totally understand that but like just the notion that you can't like why is it anyone's business that your ride. What everyone's yeah. It's not hurting anybody. And it's not. I don't know i remember that. Specifically it was confusing because guess what that is is wrong but no one can really explain to me why it's wrong and so i mean my parents were always very like non supportive about even they didn't know what to do with it. They were just like oh you like writing do like clothes like no. I don't know. I just write down what everyone's wearing and not and i did it in this freaky shorthand so it did look kind of scary but there were like okay she she likes to write and so just did stuff like that and i like went to dance classes in school band and just like dorky. Shit i'm a back brace in middle school like stuff like that. Oh really how come. I had really bad scoliosis. No one noticed until like the eleventh-hour it was like they found out..

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"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"It's funny because like your dad being a hockey writer like a low. A regional hockey writer is like the kind of job that people have on sitcoms like you don't expect someone to have it in real life like it's like he's a small hockey writer like no he isn't possible and he hates his job and that it no longer exists the job no longer exist but it did for forbid. Oh does it really no longer exist. Well it was. He kind of jumped out a little earlier than he wanted to. But it was just like local papers are just they There's just kinda nothing there so he he made the jump into oblivion. Oh really yeah. He's doing great good great. Yeah good good. Is he retired or moved on to something else. I don't know kind of td. He's he's not quite old that he's he's sixty two so he's not that's not yeah so he. He wasn't quite ready to retire firemen or a bus driver. You can't cop you can't retire early. Yeah who's going to be taken care of and stuff. So he's figuring fortunately he never took a day off for my entire life so of time to figure it out. That's nice that they list stock up now. Do you have siblings. I i think. I know you have a brother right. I being because i know. I know you're online live so i- voyeuristic louis things about you over time online. I have a little brother. Yeah as the older sister did you. Were you in charge. Do you think kind of there is. Yes and like i've my brother and i have always been pretty close but because my mom ran this daycare it was like it was the two of us but it was also like we existed within ten of us. Yes so it was. There were all sorts of like cousins dominating. My little brother. I wasn't like it wasn't a solo job..

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"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"jamie you" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"The three questions Today i get to talk to a very funny and very unique and very challenging comedic artists. Like you really do kind of get out there and mix it up. I'm talking about jamie law office. Hi i'm good. I'm good to recent thing that you're doing right now is a lalita podcast. We'll talk about more. Because i don't want to jump the gun on that but you've been sort of like i say a lot of your work is very sort of like. I don't know if confrontational but definitely mixes it. Up in a way where it has a perspective that a lot of other comedy doesn't thank you. Yeah i dunno. I am which i think is really brave and to me. I watched some of the things to do and i. It just makes my skin crawl. 'cause i'm so nervous i hate and i just i mean i've done that kind of work for the conan show like going out and doing results and making comedy out in the world and it's just it's the fact that i well. I got hired for that job and then it was like. Oh yeah by the way. You're gonna learn how to do this. Like i never wanted to be like on comedy sixty minutes but you. I ended up. Like i gotta do this. And the whole time that i've ever done remotes. It's like the most like a anxiety i've ever had whore. It's like every time. Because i grew up watching you do that and i always like was so. I don't know i i love when people blend field working comedy stuff but every time it's like every time i'm actually doing it. It just feels like oh. This is the last time like never again. This feels so bad. But i like it but if it doesn't feel good when you're doing it always feels like i like i need to stop because it's it's too uncomfortable and it's like hurting too much. I always to me. I always felt like going into a situation where it would be like going to the miss america pageant. And it wasn't that. I didn't wanna make waves or anything but i just was like you know. Obviously wanna point out the ludicrousness of the miss america pageant and. I tried to do that as much as i could. Without being completely dactyl and performative about it where it's just explicitly like get a load of this archaic weasing beast. You know this this day. Think that so like it's so because you have always been able to do it really well and not a lot of people can where it feels like. Sometimes we'd feel especially people show up and they're like okay. All my job is to like witness. How i don't like this and then just say that in many ways i can think of to say it which can be funny but then ultimately it's like you're punching in a lot of weird directions when you do that and it's a very closed like the attitude that you set is like the the soil that you're planting in and ear. If you're going into this thing with the i hate this. Fuck this attitude. There's no room for growth like you can't unless something magical happens in the whole thing wins you over like all of a sudden i'm like i'm a miss america pageant acolyte..

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"jamie you" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

07:16 min | 9 months ago

"jamie you" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"They're sending us the bills and we're sending You know the funds from the community directly to them you know and obviously the cost savings are significant one of the big areas that we need. Need to demand as a country is better price transparency. And you and I were talking about this before, and I'll use the example is imagine going to the grocery store and going to buy a box of cocoa puffs, and there's two boxes on the shelf and you grab one of them. You check out and two weeks later. You get a bill for the cocoa puffs. That is three hundred dollars if Of Cocoa puffs, it's a very. Very expensive cocoa puffs. If, only you would have grabbed the identical one next to it. which was three dollars? Didn't know it at the time and the reality is. That's what's happening to healthcare if I use a healthcare example, imagine walking over one side of the street to get an MRI. That's four thousand dollars, but you can go across the street. Same radiologist, actually same machine and get charged four hundred dollars for that same MRI and so the lack of transparency is one of the factors that's preventing people to become healthcare consumers just like their consumers in every element of society today, and we need people, and we're trying to encourage our members to be true healthcare consumers and they can do that. That, and that's one of the key things that we're trying to educate and empower our members to do that's great. You know and I think it's so important to do that. I mean I've been in the urgent care and literally they can't tell you right like even if they wanted to write, they can't tell you. How much an X-ray ray costs. We were in the urgent care, and my wife had something going on with their with their stomach checked it I will. We were in taking x Ray and I'm like well, okay. How much does it cost like they couldn't tell me stuff? That yeah, it's it's a huge problem and part of the problem is is just so many middlemen that are in the equation that the healthcare has become so detached from the cost of the healthcare. You know that's why the you seeing. All these new models spring up is that you know that transparency of knowing? Why is that such a strange concept before I? Go make a purchase of something that I. Get to know how much it's GonNa cost. It sounds like such a simple concept and it is, but it's doesn't exist in healthcare. Right and we desperately needed to exist. Exist in healthcare, so so let's go back to that scenario. Jamie am say Amazon Dera client right like would I even have gone to that urgent care or is there? Is there any any navigation help that Sarah offers a or is that all on the member? They have to do the research. Et Cetera toss about that, so there's a couple of that you get some choices of how you want to do this. So number one we build in unlimited twenty four by seven three sixty five access to board, Certifies Sport, certified physicians by phone or Video Chat A. Video Chats only available for certain hours, but by phone they're available anytime day or night, and so we want to give our members telemedicine. It's called telemedicine and Tele Medicine available to our members anytime day or night to get the care that they need, and if they wanNA talk to a doctor before I mean anyone thinks they're having an emergency, they should just go directly to the ER and never hesitate in emergency situations, and we tell our members this. Go get the care you need. We don't care where you. You Go but if you WANNA talk to a physician, your wake up in the middle of the night with a young child or something, and you want to talk to a physician, you can do that, and so we give our members free unlimited use telemedicine. It's part of their monthly subscription to scenario. other things that we do is that we talked a couple of times about direct primary care. We actually will lower our monthly subscription to be part of scenario if someone goes and gets a virtual primary. Primary care or a direct primary care membership and so we are basically offsetting some of that cost, because we're such a believer in that model, and how it fits so beautifully with Sitara et cetera membership. We think that's an an awesome combination. And when you have a direct primary care membership, you can tax, you can call your doctor. You have a relationship there where it's sort of like you have your urgent care doctor on call It's a level of healthcare that I've I've never experienced before big fan. Fan of it, so that's another model that we will introduce our members to, or they can just get directly and again it comes with tele-medicine by default, so both of those things I think we want people to have access to the care. They need as quickly as possible and I think both approaches have its know have its strengths love it a surreally when you, when you talk to your telemedicine console, b-actor or direct primary care doctor. They're likely to have suggestions right around where to get an x ray or How to navigate the transparency from yes. Oh My. Doctor. I had rolled my ankle and it was a little concerned. It was broke any well. Let's get you an X. Ray and he said Hey, there's the three doors down. Go get an extra cost about sixty dollars out of pocket with these direct primary care. Doctors have kind of. There's relationships where where to go to get cash pay friendly prices, which is what we want our members to get, and so yeah they. He told me where to go. Get an x Ray Let's get these lab tests done for another issue I had didn't need the lab tests for the for the broken ankle, but he said Hey, you know Oh, by the way the lab tester. Here's the ones I want. If you want to check on any of them, lab values that you're interested in other five bucks each right so that transparency of he. He knows exactly what it's GONNA cost. That's awesome and yeah, and and so I I will never go back to the old system It's like someone turns the light on in the room and say wait a second we can do healthcare like we do any other element of society, and and again that's where free market principles come in and we you know people compete, and that's I think that's how we solve the problems of health care in this country. I Agree Jamie so if you're listening to this episode and you're feeling a little uncomfortable, I'm glad. And the reason I'm glad is because this is a different approach, and if you're not feeling uncomfortable, that means that you're you know well number one probably in the minority, because this is different, but the thing is. If you are feeling uncomfortable, you should also be feeling uncomfortable about all the money you're funneling down the toilet with your current healthcare. Just thought therefore you and it's not changing. Stockholm. Syndrome is kind of like that then. where? It's basically like you feel a level of empathy towards your captors, and that's kind of what insurance is doing to us, and we feel like. Oh well. It's only ten percent this year was it was going to be fifteen, but the reality is. It's making us less competitive. It's it's an issue and so I welcome any and all options to do better, and it's these innovative thinkers like Jamie and his team that will make a difference and push the normal way of doing things. Things to be better or just obsolete and so Jamie You know talk to us about one of the biggest setbacks you've had in building this..

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"jamie you" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"jamie you" Discussed on RunPod

"Your new? You look like you're running. Journeys really exciting. I know you're GONNA you're GonNa love the marathon eight eight. It's a huge will from me is the biggest challenge I I take on in a year and I find it hard. It's no easy however it is an amazing day and you do have to trade. And if you don't train in your Finnish because you will struggle and Jomo favorite celebrity stories Jesuit right John. Edward heard heard the story before. So Ah jet would who I who I ended onto a few things with when I was doing big brother that-that manager told me a story that they flew to New York to do that first but oppressed. They landed on the day of the New York marathon and a go to places that they'd never done any training. They both and active packet of Jelly babies around the entire New York marathon in Paris converse. From knowing wow how is that is I think that might be my third jesuit stories. I hear these. Oh well good luck doc with that but before before you go you still have to do the room. Port quickfire ranks that quick. But you know can I ask you what your your favorite time of day to run. Its six thirty in the morning in the morning. Yeah all right. Why just because Because it's not too early for you to kind of resent life if the sun's up is lovely and you can do a quick five K.. And the rest of the day is yours and you will kind of spend the rest of that day on. Run his high completely with you at favorite place to run Where I live out in Brooklyn In Surrey is just the based canal you can go right from Frimley. All the way through to beautiful glorious is nice. There isn't really gorgeous. m favorite piece of running gear. That you've go. I'M GONNA have to say when I say the golf in Because is just I. It is is the discipline that I need. I need someone to say. You need to run for this long at this time at this speed. And that's the only way the of able to progress in Goma music on it and his grab a limit. I'm favourite of trainers that you've is running with Oh goodness I've got I see is weird that they were so going from. The runners is placed on a great poll street. Because I was convinced that I had everything everyone every runners convinced they have some anomaly whereas actually everyone's it's just the same everyone's feet herds you know So I I got these addidas. How their shoes I did us. Oh my goodness goodness me. What would they code or something like that? Yes ultra boost. So I'd I sold Nike Ones Zoom structures. which are take good? There'd be more solid running along the towpath and stuff like that but I kind of road running and pot run in the ultra abuse. Is that like that. The so uncomfortable and I've kind of gone around the houses but the train is and been measured for this and told us should have these ones and these ones but then I'm kind of now in the line of thinking was which which one's the most comfortable. Yeah which ones work for you out SAM ultimately to they're the ones the choice actually they are indeed 'em tapes for other runners so they'll be people listening to her new just started. They're running journey. Who would love to one day at? Maybe T- Kona Marathon or half marathon or your tips to them to kind of make. Sure they they they don't give up a never run. Many I wanted to a thing is is the K.. Is the thing that got me through. You will hit a wall. You know you'll start and you go this. This guy can run. And then maybe when it's around the two and a half K.. Mark Guy Actually. This is really tough. Just stop and just walk in walk. Came and in. My wife just started running. As I've just said these are the same thing. Go two hundred yards and the second is starts hurting or you start getting out of breath we start getting a stitch wjr. Just stop and walk because your not going to you will just talk yourself out of running and just this horrible so stop until it doesn't hurt then you start again and when it started hurting and just stop and that's how you start doing it and you'll find the without even knowing it all of a sudden within a couple of weeks maybe a month you doing going to North Korea without stopping to be fast but you doing it. Yeah and you're building up timidly his. I don't think it's fast you go far. You go is just about the whole feeling that you get from as well as your own internal targets. Do it for yourself rather than anything else and and the last question. Why is it the love running because it gives me tie? Goodness may that so difficult question. I think it's it's runnings kind of saved me away. Really and he's he's allowed me to the space and and energy and give me the energy to to to be the person I used to be a thing and and he's kind of held along is helped me out of it out of really rough patch and is kind of set me on on a better one on a better path and and Without ruining that would have been really really hard is changed my life. Oh that's an amazing answer. I think I I love people can relate to about over. Thank you my pleasure. It's been great. I've never I've never talked about running before this easy menchaca starts uh-huh at Jamie's thank you so much you're officially part of the rump. Would run club amazing thanksgiving..

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"jamie you" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"jamie you" Discussed on RunPod

"Was that was before I was kind of in training for the marathon oil kind of decided to to have a goal in mind that was just that was all star running and that was that was just full penalties. Like there's something quite nice if you are just a regular day and you go for a run and you end up running quite far. Yeah there's something really smug that happens afterwards and you say to people you know asked me what I did today to call resisted. Car is telling me It it is really and it's one of those things that until you've done it you don't realize I go through waves when running as well you know. Everyone has the first mile everyone is there. You realize as you run that I I. I can't even run and get my throat burns up yet. My nose runs my eyes water. Every brass salute wreck. But it's an you find that you you go through those different waves you know. Everyone has these these peaks and troughs unite. Maybe at seven Katya Tat But it's just an again is just about understanding spending what's going on with you and everyone's different. Yeah and just getting into the fluid as well. So what is it that brought you back all the time I mean there are so many benefits is to running and obviously there are benefits for you as we all. What was it that you knew a test? I think it is the energy that it gave me. It was the the focus you know all the things that I was lacking previously through too much drinking too much politicking and I I sold so many things aside from the physical benefits yeah losing weight getting getting trimmer and toning up and all the rest of it. It allowed me the space thing and can you know you know his lobby working. We work in the same business. It's your on all the time and and whether it's a thinking about a job that you doing oh you're trying to get a job that you want or year angry about the job that went south or this that WHO's got that job. Why didn't I get that and all of this kind of stuff is so noisy in your ahead of time that I've got a I've got a family all an older all this stuff that comes with that as well my life which is chaos and actually taking Even if it's just a quick five K.. In that hall finale where no one can even catch you talk to you. I really enjoyed and leaving the phone at home was a real revelation leave. Who while is there? Yeah Poise with that toys. I made sure that I go The Gum in that you can upload music easy come to so. I don't need to take the phone out because previous dad'll advent stuck in my phone but will it happen was my phone would ring all kind of answering it and then have to stop and stand the thinking about work again with. This is just nothing so I take. I take my front door. Okay my headphones Milwaukee and that's it so basically when you get run it's just you tame completely. Ah Yeah meantime altogether help for us while it's not it's not kind of not necessarily in a meditative way but but even if it is kind of like first thing in the morning before you before you take the kids as to school you know. It's it's right going through my calendar that I gotta do. which which? which are the best? They're going to be a problem. Can Resolve that by the time of come of my run. Nothing's as bad as it was before one hundred so treat you is when you go is I- everything becomes clear and it's like everything was really muddy before and you get quite stressed out reason whatsoever and I'll go out for a run and then before no a slight that Lewis has been lifted is just so easy it kind of plan the day everybody makes sense. Nothing's a problem. But it is and you feel relaxed and you feel energized and you Kinda feel ready to take it on in an essay rule. I was looking at a lot of other places for that failing an an actually funded and running fingers. I did so now. If you said to us to go uh-huh more. Do you find that you you are being disciplined. And you're thinking that I'm going to go for a run in the morning sci-fi I'm just gonNa go to bed. I gave up drinking at the same time I started running ed swap live for like so so I've never really been in the position. where another bay because of long run tomorrow all? Aw I think he'd find if you don't drink the tend not to be the last person left in the room anyway so so it. The two styles guy worked quite well for me but yeah what do you have now been trying to find. Your whole life revolve around this bloody murder. Change Our eating habits are you. Are you car bleeding all the time. Well no no no. I'm not into that yet. I've not I've kind of because I know that there in lies madness. A little bit like discussing is bill asking people's advice on which which train is to where you know everybody will tell you something different. Is this so I got into the whole. The whole hydration racial nutrition yet. I will do soon when I started. I think when I hit twenty K.. For my long runs. That's what that's what I'll have to start thinking about it but at the the moment I don't take water with me and try to eat healthily anyway. I'm doing again. You're just because life isn't a hellish enough awful awful awful I can. I can live without red meat can do I can do vegetarian. No problem the no dairy thing is tough man. The game changes are saying that. Actually you could be the best you can be going changes. Why did it and then I'll watch that I was like what do you see all these? These kind of rely massively really fit people and then I went back and watched it halfway through Vegan. YEARY realized yeah. They've got their own chef. They've got their own chef. Then the one with goose stabach crying royal at some dislodgement of the bloody Uber Gene through third. So I'm not lightly different when you look at too. Many people jumped on that game changes. It's Netflix documentary and basically as all these insanely fit and healthy athletes or or celebs of turns suburban in terms of in terms of education in terms of You know all the environmental issues around around meat and dairy will require. I mean it's just common sense stuff you know even even as mentioned to raise one Tereza cow takes this much water and this much grain so you have to grow the grain to feed the cow the U2 the cow you know he's crazy so the the amount of waste that goes into growing food for the animals and the rest of all of that stuff. It was comforting daughter. Never thought of it like that And then they do. Share your these kinds of massively fit kind of athletes who kinda like the world. Strongest man sat there kind of light I with his flaxseed sandwich and the reality is though I think we're still it was still a couple of years away from being you know he's going to take a a bit more than KFC getting on board. I think it's really difficult in the kitchen at home is quite difficult. I I am dreadful rightful dreadful kirk and so far from just as all having iceberg lettuce with a dress cigarette. Maybe I thought maybe some quick. Yeah it's a difficult one and it's difficult pickled convince the rest of my family that this meal I'm proposing is delicious. You try to sell it to you. Go hard the sprouts when the mail is just sprouts it. Just don't work at are not yet anyway and so let's get to this marathon challenge. And how did that come a by. I blame they must stupid brother. Everyone blames no one's ever willing to it was my. My brother is five years younger than me and last year. He ran his the second London. Marathon and fantastic day for spectator. Especially when you've got members of your family running as well so the whole family Kinda go along and lightwave school much the it was brilliant and And then the second two after the second time we will in around the corner and had sat on had some lunch and at an chat and stuff and it was really really nice and my brother is lying. You going to do it because I was already running. So my brother didn't really run. He just did the marathon and slept he is younger. So that's the the the the the do it did it right. Yeah yeah one of those knowingly So then him my eldest son who's Twenty six and May all kind of law did three musketeers. Ole for one on one for it was at right. Twenty twenty twenty. We'll do it together. All three of his do the marathon. Because I wanted to do and I wanted to. I wanted to do before I go. Pro felt to today So yet fine sure enough golfing place. from a charity. But I do I put my name in just a just the regular ballot. No don't do that. You'll never get on the ballot ballot. They all did it about it or is there anyone that go in so doing it. No are back so all all of a sudden gone from three colored light all the family. The lads together Lincoln ought to be seen. Whether you know the brother's helping other wobbly legged brother up and crying ends upon all the compilation videos. They will they will bowed out disgracefully and left. Mogens is still in his own. Yes could you do really well and shoo them with me but immediately thought. What can I be the guy in the deep sea diving suit because then you can do in about seven weeks? I definitely just deployed clubs anyway. Runner are you because I think the world is split into a the variety of runners with because I've seen many of them and most of them have overtaken me Eddie race at all. Because you've got you know the people that just glide effortlessly yeah and then you've got plotters and then you've got people that have the weirdest kind of like duck runs and they all overtake me regularly. I'm like Terminator Compare Emma Stone Pro. I'm definitely not like a a Daniel Craig. WHO's like perfect? I mean no even realistic running. Just kind of almost reverse moonwalk. I've never seen seen anyone actually run lightly dude movies now. I think I am. I mean in Moen's we all down your. Obviously I think I'm I'm I'm. I'm probably probably somewhere between the Terminator in the duck because I get myself when the second you start thinking about how you running all goes it all goes past I shape and you start looking at your legs not thinking. I'm leaning forward. Enough is my chin up my cadence. Fine how highs must straw all these things that right a- As as told me ultra important in my running Style the second I do that a run anymore. Even move my hands. It's like it's like when someone there's only the second photo you don't know what to do with your hands. He's thinking of running and I'm kind of start to high now ridiculous. Then he come on. You're supposed to like holding according to egg cups so so the same thing. Someone told me to crisps and just in your fingers like that's the most uncomfortable waitress. If you're running. Yeah right thumb and first finger pretend you're holding egg shells or a yoga kind of domestic unopposed run gently let. It's it's ridiculous. TREADMILL running its hands too stupid soldano. Are you supposed to do. You're always I don't know is the only sons I am I despise. Seeing myself running thing I think up into a couple of trade shows where they film you. kind of try and foggy like sixty quid insoles But they luckily only see your feet. They did not look good. They did not look graceful. I know it's weird when you're doing do that. Do they. Wearing flippers fla cement. I've done that on the gates analysis. Colby you're GONNA treadmill and they film your feet running and your hips dome words to see how you run and suddenly apparently I have salsa hips wiggle flirty and then I and my feet do this thing whereas I to land they just do like a fool circle. I'm late. They're dancing tangoing before they touch the ground house for. That's pretty cool. And well looks weird. Though I mean mine monetarist kid manners and he started running Asia forty five. uh-huh stop. Well what you'll find is after doing them any events so I've done ten keys half Martin's won't you'll find as afterwards anyone anyone seen you the news you whilst you will not course. We'll have photographed you and we'll send quite publicly on twitter around a picture of you looking your worst on.

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"jamie you" Discussed on RunPod

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09:39 min | 1 year ago

"jamie you" Discussed on RunPod

"Hi there and welcome to another gathering of the run club of the podcast world. Yes this is run port with me. Jenny Defoe Kenner and it's that time of year when for many of his. We're in training for a race of some sort whether it's building up to a ten K.. Half or fool Marathan often there are events plenty on the horizon on my guest. Today is someone who's committed for the first time to run the twenty six point two miler and you only only started running in the last couple of years. You will have definitely listen to him on his podcast there on the radio or we've seen on the tally. It is the brilliant Jamie East. I hello how are you doing very well. How are you yeah terrified kind of wondering why I let myself in for coming on run? This is is lovely but yeah I feel like I've come. I feel like I'm on the The psychoanalysis couch now like needs to invoice you just going to let ole hello. This is where we just talk about running and moon abides and talk about high grade as the thing is though so you've just started running but you are constantly instantly watching television. Because you talk about do you find time to even go for well. This is the big thing with running. Isn't it is the number one reason the people stop running a thing is when I think a lot of people enjoy a run but to to then become I guess a runner all kind of start. Doing an marathons ten KS. Whatever that require a bit more of a regimented kind of program immediately? Is the wheels fall off quite quickly. Some of that well. My programs was telling me I'm supposed to be doing a run today but I've got this. I've got that I've got that it's for me. I found it quite refreshing because I need that kind of discipline in my life. Otherwise otherwise I find myself just aimlessly wander around London kind of like watching. TV giving here for lunch sitting down there. Chat into this hustling slim for word. So I enjoy it but nothing has prepared me for this marathon trade implant. Oh my God I we are. We are absolutely going to talk about this. Because this is your first your first big event. But that's because you only started running two years ago Jamie. Is that right. Yeah so I Prompted it so I was in obey the mess and needed to have a massive kind of lifestyle rethink which involved stopping drinking Stopping a lot of things alive and kind of just basically putting myself back in check and for anybody that had any problems with drinking or any form of addiction action ready. You find that often. You need to replace that with something so rather than slot machines. I thought running was probably early. Fall most sensible thing. I'd I'd Kinda tried the gym for for a while but that was more of a vanity. You know I I would. I'm in my mid forties now and realized I'm not a I'm I'm never going to be brought in fight club one but I think it was quite healthy thing to realize is news like hey we'll just need to get. I just want to find something that's healthy. That's GonNa that's GonNa keep me going for a few more years than than otherwise and running with something. The threat that are found very quickly to be filled that void really really well. As as anyone who enjoys winning knows it had the feeling of having run is one of the best feelings in in the world and for me. That was that that kind of little kick that I need to kind of carry on other. You say that when you start running you do that feeling not feeling using in the world so when you go on that front you engineer noon is horrible and I think Karma but if I if I read something or if someone offered me some advice but I tried running on an I ten years ago or something like that and did the typical kind of black thing of light straight to the running shop. Give me the most expensive Powertrain Ryan is right here. I go ten miles here. I come and you know one off K.. Later you're on your knees kind of wrenching And then the navigate Gav again so I think what helped me was to put the vanity aside to put the Ego aside and I think my first run was two hundred yards long. You know I I. I've got two dogs. You need excise said that again. That was the thing. The dogs need to walk. Somebody will run whilst I'm out with the dog. He was quite simple kind of thing and I they've out in. The country says lots of space to do that in The first time I just put on a powertrain is still have just my nomenclature thought right. I'M GONNA run to the end of that failed and see how a field and I did it all full for too many sites fell great so the next time to run around the field and then back again and and just literally every day was probably about fifty yards longer until I done My first one K and that was like a real milestone. I'M GONNA get myself a little GP Little Heart Rate Only stray m three guys love the toys and to me I need I need data so I need. I need need to have have a benchmark because otherwise I'm just aimlessly kind of like just charging around and for me the best thing I did because it showed me. It taught me that. Actually if you WANNA get fit and if you WANNA get faster and if you wanna be able to run longer you've got to run slower and that was to me was the was the huge revelation with running found. Uh I didn't discover that until I've been running about a year and a half you know because I was a semi hit a wall. I wasn't progressing anywhere and can work out. Why an started doing some research into how into the zone zone running? And then I'll try. That was on a runnings. butte is lovely. I can do ten K and it doesn't matter if you take now doesn't matter if he takes Narain Twenty but I'm doing an. It's an an and I'm not injuring myself. I was getting a lot of injuries. Lama hamstrings strings. That kind of plum tall. You know the the Achilles everything I was in agony and that for me just solve same. Many problems told me through the zoo and training and so the theory is I mean you know if you will if you just a regular runner. That doesn't really pay attention to how fast you giving having a East route. Then that's great but but for me. I discovered that does a theory of setting in Zion so this heart rate zones which actually sounded a a lot more complicated than they are to work out. I think you take your age. You get to twenty minus your age will usually give you pretty much A ballpark maximum haul all right and then you separate line designs says own one is just you arresting Hall Rate Than Zone. Two is just light exercise so threes kind of like a regular kind of aerobic exercise and zone four is is kind of getting some pace and then same five is just like you need to calm down. And then when he would that out you find that the when you're doing things like interval runs you run in zone four for an you go back into San Juan then run inside and foreign long runs try and stained daines zone too. So it's just for me. I need that kind of Is You know literally vibrates on my my wrist. But I'm running too fast and tells me to slow down and I need that really because it's like a little angel shoulders saying if you didn't slow down you'RE GONNA burn. How really really quickly and it? It works so well. Do you know there are so many people that do it by. Hi this and they. They also say that they get their best times in big races and events because they're not looking at the time they're not looking at their pace they're just keeping an eye on their their heart and making sure they run in that right. There is something I have never done. I'm going to be honest and it's something that it's probably not is really difficult to the star because you'll so counter intuitive because in in your mind you know we tell ourselves that to get better. We've gotta get faster and Danny Way to run longer is just keep running. Keep you know. Keep that pace and you'll eventually it just catch up with yourself and say when you first start doing it is embarrassing because you literally go back to Ground Zero you are doing nothing more the almost in the weekly pump power walk and you get an people ever taking that used to kind of plow pass before part runs. You know shame and humiliation patient you know so you have to put aside and really go back to the drawing board any takes a couple of months before you start you really do start seeing improvement proven. Okay we'll let if you if you're running thinking she might try the heck Jamie's recommended they give birth and you don't need to spend a ton of money on it you I just you know four as you properly outta breath zone threes where you know you know you kind of you'll kind of that. She'll will probably where most people run as the top zone three zone to. Is You warm up pace so do we do you long run at you warmer pace and don't speed up. Casey is a discipline itself. But is it will pay off especially on if you are training for a big event on the D. You don't want to be sprinting off at the start with like everyone else does not really difficult teaches you to keep your adrenalin down. It's not to get overexcited. It depends you. Favorite Song comes on headphones and he starts charging enforce your your your wrist is saying well an amish loved the spas goes but just told by and I have a finding running their know. If you've been in I got what was it two years you've been doing it for night yet to about two and a half years now I think Furthest you from up done talking about nineteen kyw thank so i. That's that's kind of the but that.

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"jamie you" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"jamie you" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Jamie. You said it was unfortunate is the trip. This is the trip. Sorry. Sorry, sir. Entree you delete that. Not going to help your business. Okay. Andre last time you were on the show the ninth anniversary shows I recall, you pitched a lot of businesses to us. I remember one of them was a like a rectangular motorized whole shin vehicle Shula several to to even seven people could ride in one of them. Right. And there would be the oldest invention in the world the wheel. Yes. The caveman banged out with his bone, right? There would be approximately four of those on right on the underbelly on the. Yeah. Carriage the carriage underbelly on the taint of the car on the on the Gooch meet of the car. And then we all realise you were just pitching car. In fact, you called it a car just now. So you know, what a car is? Never heard of it. Never heard of. Never heard. I don't have a name for it. Just yet. I've heard. All. I don't I don't have a name for it just yet. But when I was describing it to some colleagues they had used the word cost. So I thought that's not a bad. Certain sweet to the point. It's not a bad name say most of those three letter words are already taken. Yeah. No to me like client. Any combination of three words it usually means something already true hats box bat bat. I mean, all these can can't they're all great words. And they're things that we use all the time taken. And they're all taking out take if your other trying to come up with a new invention. It's like what do you got? Right. Right. Well, I do wanna talk to you about something. I have also come up with because I'm interested in investing so links, and if you're interested in investing, I am an invasive is so rich that he doesn't even know if he joined the WGN. Meaningless to me. Yes. News. Who cares? Write a check forget about it. Immediately gusting missing. I this is this. Now this hear me out on this one. I'm always we're all here. We're all excited. Was a cubicle a cubicle type building a cube. Meaning equal on all sides, all eight sides six sides. I guess it would be six six sites a cubicle decides six. Yes. That's the food. Three times a cubicle type building where if you're not feeling well, you can go there will be people there who can assist you in regain in health determine what it is wrong with you. And then and then give you the proper kind of treatment that she would need to be healthy again. Okay. I'm gonna stop you really briefly out here me out. I'm not gonna stop you. Okay. Go ahead and stop me. White man's laid me. No white man's blaming it all I'm merely. I know the fans love when I talk about race. I'm just. I'm persons planning. Okay. Just two people talking to just I let me persons plane to you that everything you've described other than the cubicle nature of the building which most buildings are, not purely cubicle. Sometimes they're more what you would call a three dimensional rectangle or but it sounds. It sounds to me as if you're describing a hospital that was hanging. What? What is that? I haven't heard building. Normally, not cubicle. Okay. How does he know Rombas? Okay. Iran bit. How look thank you for as the. Is sort of like would you were describing but at an angle. Okay. Little tilted. But more I think the more important part is that it's it's almost.

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