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"joe go" Discussed on Daily Pop
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"joe go" Discussed on Daily Pop
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"joe go" Discussed on Daily Pop
"At the stories making headlines in today's hollywood minute viansa to blue ivy sir and me to the beach and she brought instagram along for the ride. She posted scenes from the family's day in malibu now she did not reveal. The twins faces in these rare photos. But we can. They're getting big. Which is crazy. Hailey bieber delete twitter and she has absolutely no regrets about it. Haley talk to psychologists on her youtube channel. She said marrying justin opened her. Up to a whole new level of scrutiny and the number of people hounding her began to mess with her mental health but she says justin has been a really big help. And life is better with less internet and gwen stefani and blake. Shelton are hoping for us. Summer wedding blake told the today he scared if they wait until november. They'll be too busy with the voice to fit it in so the wedding date is tentative. And so is the entertainment. Blake says everyone from miley. Cyrus adam levine has offered to perform. It's gonna be a fun wedding when it does happen. Justin do you think they're going to make it down the aisle this summer i think so. This man looks smells and tastes like a party trying to go. He's ready to go get that party going. We're already party sound okay. Well speaking of weddings they're kicking off. Today's dear daily pup okay. Our first question. How far would you go to stop a marriage. One mother is threatening to wear a wedding dress to her son's wedding and hopes that he will go through with marrying the woman. They really.
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"joe go" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Brian now Dribbling to his right drives left side of the lane. Nice movie at the ball knocked out of his hands gets it back, puts it off the box and in and Notre Dame leads 18 to 6 again. They're back up by 12. This matches their largest lead of the game on a number of occasions under name. Also winning points in the paint right now, 10 4 Alvarado with a basketball in the corner, devote open three got it Can't let him free like that. He's a 41%. Three point shooter 33 of 81 on the season. He's been making 48% of those shots in a C C play. 18 9 Notre Dame by nine. During with the basketball right elbow drives right side of the lane spins turn around following knocks it down. Juwan Durham is pulling out his entire offensive bag of tricks the last couple of weeks. Durham now has eight of Notre Dame's 20 points in the Irish lead by 11 22 9 started with a basketball up top, too, right? Right now, looking for a pass right at the foul line, Right throws it on over to Alvarado Alvarado, Driving down the lane stops in the lane bounces it back out to Sturdevant Sturdivant. Now spinning on the right block on Joe Go has to throw it to write for the 10 ft jumper that is around the women out. Rebound by Joe Go off Toe hub 10 25 remaining Notre Dame leading 20 to 9 Georgia Tech shooting Just three for 12 25% 1 for four from three point Land. The Irish eight of 14 57%, Now hub throws it to Durham, who goes into the lane. Another nice move, and he backs it off the glass and.
"joe go" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"This'd is Notre Day men's basketball on the Notre Dame radio network. Jack Nolan back with you. Notre Dame leading Miami 41 2. 27 The Irish led by eight at halftime, and they have been expanding it since that time, they've outscored Miami in the second half 11 to 5. Husband Durham playing very well. They are the two double figure scorers for the fighting Irish so far hub with 14 points. Very aggressive on offense. He's five of eight shooting four of six from three, which is huge. He also has four assists. Three turnovers in 20 minutes. Durham, 10 points, four of seven shooting to a four from the free throw line with three re mounds and a couple of assists. Also scoring for the Irish works as three left. Cesky three, Goodwin five, Ryan three and Joe Go three for a total of 41 the hours shooting 57% in the second half so far, four of seven Miami is two of seven in the second half 29% 1 of three from three. The Irish or three for four from three point land and they have out rebounded. Miami in the second half 53 and the rolling down one in the rebounding category for the game right now, a 23 22. The name is starting to catch up points in the paint as well. Miami leads that 18 10. Notre Dame leads bench points 35 too, But that's because only The folks who have started so far this season. Cormac Ryan started the game of fill you in on that again at the end of the game, the Irish have ate fast break points to two. Dream. I'll try six steals for five and again 10 assists for Notre Dame. On their 15 field goals so far. Lab. Shouting out! That voice you.
"joe go" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of 23 30.4% and Notre Dame has been in a 23 zone for most of this game, and it has just shut down the rhythm of the Miami offense. They've missed their last four shots. They have been drought after drought after drought in this game tonight, their current drought is two minutes and nine seconds. Your name has led by three on three occasions. This is their largest lead. 3 55 remaining first half of play hub has to Durham Free Lucious Key three, Goodwin five. Ryan, three, and Joe Go three, and Durham's at the line after being fouled on a nice move inside. His first free throws on the way and good He will get another 2016 largest lead of the game for Notre Dame. Second free throw by during He's on the way and it is good. No. Jumped the gun around it out. I like the ark but the front of the room back of the wind got spit out so 20 1600 leading by four along with a basketball Now there ain't now three for six from the free throw line. It's never a good omen. Long. Rebelling to his left, throws it on over and out colony. He dumps it up top to cross to walk one foul line. Touma gusty but gusty. Driving right side of the lane pulls it back out. Now he's at the free throw line. Takes the jumper from there off the back of the room. No good. The ball comes right to Durham as if it was on a string during data hub hub to the right of the top key. Tricky dribbles behind his back, picks up his dribble. Throws it right side A good one. Good one Mid lane. Right side. It goes to Durham, working on cross during dribbles once twice spins. Nice move in the lane. He switched hands as it got partially blocked in the threw it in with his right hand, and that gives no today its largest lead of the game at 20 to 16 a six point lead for the fighting Irish with three minutes left in the first half. Gusty with basketball now to warn one between the circle stolen e O n e E to the left of the top of the key throws it up top to one now. Right side. It goes to cross to want to colony who fakes drives left baseline spins into the lane dumps it out to cross cross up top to Wong Wong for three off the back of the rim. No good and the rebound is pulled down by less Chesky. The chefs King out of words. Words between the circles tryst passion inside and gets it inside. The durable puts it up. No good. Jack.
"joe go" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It up in in 44 29 15 Point lead for Virginia. Joe Go with basketball now around the screen from the chef ski. Shuts key roles, but Huff is right there. So he comes out to get the past Nate, not a hub. Natalie Schatsky driving left side, Elaine. Double pumps gets up in the air puts it off the glass. No good, but draws the file from Huff. So Nate Lish s key. Go to the line to shoot too. Virginia leading Notre Dame 44 29, but because we have reached the 16 minutes Mark of the second half that triggers our first media time out Irish needed a little better start than this. They came into the half down 12 37 25, then outscored by Virginia 74 so far in the half and the lead is now. Virginia 44. Notre Dame 29 60 minutes remaining second half of play. This is the Notre Dame basketball radio network. Hey, guys, It's Sylvie from Waddle and still be right here on ESPN. 1000 whether you're trying to buy a house or refinance a lot of lenders out there making a wait and wait and wait. One guy who won't is Ryan Kelly, and he's with the home loan expert. Ryan, tell us about it. Absolutely. You're exactly right. We have people calling clients call us every day, they say. Started the process with X Y lender on feeling I made a wrong decision. They're making me jump through hoops for making me feel special that I'm even getting alone and I just I don't believe that that's normal in there, right. It's not things have really settled down in the mortgage industry Racer in the twos. Home values are up. Loan programs are coming back daily. Maybe you try to refinance their buy a home in the last few months. I've been told no You need to be working with the experts. Or maybe you're getting a run around and they keep the lane and stolen. It feels like you have to keep calling the Lindor day after day. That's crazy, Refinance.
"joe go" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Split them and get a look at the basket. And then he got fouled. He attacked the rim instead of settling for a jump shot. And now men said the line for the first time today, where he shoots 80% can cut it to three. 1 34 to play Yes, rolled in and ask you checked in in Boston will go out a little defense substitution here. I would say Boston will probably come back 60 to 59 Notre Dame. Full court pressure by the cat's trying to get it the hub, but they can't they floated into riots deflected, Tempt my minutes over to Jackson to Clark left baseline, he scores and it's a one point Notre Dame lead with 1 27 to play. Pressure again comes into hub. They get it during this time, and he works it up the left side 60 to 61 Notre Dame with a minute 15 to play Cat's, trailed by 22 at the half hub, just standing and dribbling out near the time line, 15 to shoot one of six to play in the game. 12 to shoot. He's in the mid court circle tend to shoot. Drives on Clark goes down the lane gets to the rim and puts it in. Nobody came over to help cats down. 3 64 61. He turned the corner that time. Nobody there is. You said that while you had him late in the shot, clock hit, Let him turn the corner. Men straightaway. Cats down. Three. They get it to sar. Left of the lane squares up. Fakes. Drives pivots, 10 Footer. Yeah, Time out Kentucky with 41.9 to play. It's a one point Notre Dame leads 64 63. Now you know Notre Dame's gonna go deep in this shot clock. They're gonna take it down as far as they can ball. Will be in the point guard hubs hands, so you gotta handle it A better than you did last sequence. It was 53 33, Notre Dame with 15 51 to play. The Irish have only scored 11 points and all of that time, seven of them by their leader, Prentiss hub. With 41.9 to play. It's Notre Dame's ball. They lead it by 1 64 63. Kentucky has one time out left. Notre Dame is shooting one and one on a foul. The Irish still have one foul to give and the possession arrow pointing Kentucky's way. But you really have to think about right now, Thomas. You have to make sure that you don't let anybody set up beyond the art. You have to run everybody off the art. Make him drive the ball, and then you have to think about rotation defensively, Clark. Ask you meant Jackson and sorrow on the floor for Kentucky. They've got hub standing between the mid court circle in the top of the key men starting him. They're gonna want to get it in the hub. Now ask you is gonna switch over on hub. Goodwin will play it in. He runs the baseline looking for Hub down in the corner. Can't get it to him. Throws it in, Joe Go and he hands it. The Hub 11 2nd, different shot, clock and game clock, one point Notre Dame lead hub, Looking into the eyes of the freshman. Ask you, Huh? Just standing and dribbling left hand to right hand just outside the mid court circle, 12 the shoes. They come to double team and try to make him give up the ball. They forced into his left. He keeps his dribble eight to shoot. Now seven hub comes to the top of the circle. Jackson has him on the switch. A deep three. Jackson may have gotten a piece of it. Loose ball. Put them in the air. Put up in in, Won't count. Talk. Want violation? The chef. Speak on it scored it, but it never hit the rim. So it's Kentucky ball with 11 seconds to play there down one and they'll take a time out and wouldn't let Chef he caught the ball. He lost his balance and travel. So if it wasn't a shot clock violation, I think we would have had a traveling call. But how about I say Jackson just got a finger or two on the boat and switched off perfectly kept the hand up maid hub had to retreat well beyond the arc. And then shoot over the much taller Jackson, who has a wingspan of almost 87 inches, So that's like shooting over our guy over 7..
"joe go" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'll be the sixth file against Kentucky. So that's good news that's gonna send Notre Dame tow line the rest of the way. 55 49 Notre Dame by six. They've been outscored in this half 23 to 7 after outscoring Kentucky 48 26 in the first half Notre Dame and uncharacteristic six turnovers in the last 10 minutes and 25 seconds and they're just one for their last 11 shooting and that a breakaway layup by Hub Past comes into this Chesky Jackson's right now. Sure, it bounces back to hump ahead. The joke O jogo races over the big course stripe that pulls the ball back out. His experience and physicality is we're going to help the Irish here, Joe Go now. Driving between the circles, Jogo picks up his dribble, bounces it to Cormac Ryan 5, 41 and counting Regulation time. Notre Dame by six Ryan now around the screen. Ryan gets it on over to Joe, Go for three. Off the front of them. No good, rebounded Jackson Jackson over the Clark Clark walking it over the mid court strike for the Wildcats of Kentucky. Park between the circles throws it to SAR on the mince. Now Mitch drives into the lane turnaround fall away from the SEC logo is no good rebound. Durham Durham, the hub. A bucket would be huge for Notre Dame here right now. Around the short end of a 16 to 2 run by Kentucky over the last 11 minutes. Help now driving left side of the lane hub, throws it in the corner, Cormac Ryan for three. That one is no good in the rebound pulled down by Jackson. Jackson off the Clark over the big court strike Clark to the right of the top of the key, and we've got a time out. I think it was called by Kentucky..
"joe go" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"So I think that we're actually going to see a Max judge rate of those V three superchargers, none of eight hundred and all this other fantasy that I had the last few weeks. Three Fifty But you know what? Three fifty I did some math. Yeah. I can do some. The method did on that is that you could get about fifteen hundred miles per hour of charge which could work out if you do the math in ten minutes if they let you sustain it at three hundred and fifty volts, two hundred and fifty miles of range in your sort of why for example, three and why which I'd be happy with. So. Joe Can you explain what they were talking about in terms of the chemistry? What does this do to the battery if you charge it to vast of than temperature? Before Joel gets on this I just wanted to apologize Joel I. Know We've been friends. We've done some friendly things together and I invited you to this mosh pit. I'm sorry I didn't mean for this to become up pimp Joel out on everything in complicated Mel doesn't understand. I'm sorry you cow bringing the Basically, this is going to become your show and you're going to prison. That's fine. Let's just like what does Joel saying Joe Go. So I yes, I think that Jerome kind of slipped there and when he said well. I think the question was the cow what is Tesla doing to get to the? Mayo Watt charging level and tell us a little bit about that and he said well. I think you know. We know we need more than what? then. What everybody else is trying to do to get the Or what are passenger cars are trying to get the three fifty And that's what you heard and he said, well, we need to do. We need to get higher than that and we need to do X., Y. and Z.. But there was another question earlier. which was to? Drew Bag Lino which was a from I. Think it was from one of the questions. From retail investors, which asked does the tabbed electrode allow A lot more. A MUTT, much higher charge rate. And right I, I don't So what drew said was in I. have in my head for sure is he said basically yes the can't allow. For. Better heat control Tab Tab. Electrodes. Are Tablets, electrodes but. That there still is. A pleading a pleading issue with batteries when when you when you charge it to fast and so he said there's there's that balance they still have to maintain I. Didn't do the calculation I know that they were saying that their goal was that allow a semi which has like five times the battery in your model three Mel to charge on a standard break, which I believe is an hour. So you can drive for like. Eleven hours and then you can you have to stop for one hour somewhere in there I can't remember what trucking regulation say but they are forced to stop certain amount of time per day just like people are supposed to have a coffee break or who still have a meal. And it's during that time that schedule time that they're aiming to have the entire truck refill. She can probably run the math from that I didn't get the chance to do that but that.
"joe go" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia
"Fact that the teacher is somebody of pure compassion. This is the essence of the Buddha somebody would pure compassion an infinite wisdom so to speak. And this is our teacher. Don't think that sometimes you may think Oh. Yes. Sure. His teach you. That means that he's a teacher like like a sequence of teacher going back all the way back to the Buddha but is much more than that. He's actually not trust our teacher through a sequence of teach to up until today but he's actually directly our teacher is directly our teacher because the Buddha knew when he taught his teachings that this teaching would be alive for centuries and Millennia after. The Buddha, he knew that already when he was teaching here is said that I have set in motion the wheel of Dharma and this wheel can be stopped by anyone in the world it will run according to his own impetus unto eventually, it stops to natural causes but nobody can stop this wheeler. So he knew that there was going to be people listening to the Dhamma just like here today or whenever you this particularly when you read the Buddhist sutras themselves. They're going to be people like this long long time after him. So when he taught, it did not only teach the audience around in the also talked audience future rations. So is directly our teacher. So here you are. You have the most wise. The Most Compassionate teacher has ever been. He is your teach shit directly. A think about that is powerful. Miss. Quite wonderful. and. That is what you do. When you start reeling the suitors you're coming in direct contact with that word of the Buddha he teaching you directly just as if you were there. Part of the Buddha's audience listening to his very words. It's very powerful try to use that in your meditation practice. Think like that bring up the idea that you is your teacher directly and he is the most powerful person corporatism has ever existed. See I can give you some joy and happiness. Inspire you in your practice in daily life. I can give you an extra an extra boost as a Buddhist? What even if you're not the Buddhist. Sympathetic it's still maybe something that you may find useful in a meditation practice. So that is. The talk for this evening. So. I don't know if you wish to if anybody has any questions or comments or anything you'd like to say anything that this is this is your child said. This everything said tonight is directly from the suitors. And nothing is from from anywhere else. Yeah. That's great. I mean just because something is from somewhere else it doesn't automatically mean it's wrong. You know it shouldn't take these of things too far. But what it means that it's uncertain because uncertain, I always argue the best thing do is put them to one side and it were too much about them. True. But because you don't know it's to be on the safe side is best to stick with what actually is the word of the Buddha himself that much more safe regarding this thing. So. Sometimes. Even the even the what sometimes given us the word of the Buddha. Sometimes, there are good reasons that even some of that may not actually be originally come from the word of from the Buddha himself Stephen Dairy sometimes, you have to be a little bit careful. Is Only. When you can find lots of cross-references a can find reference between different traditions, the Chinese and the pilot in the Sanskrit and so forth and you can actually. Sort of rooted back to a time very close to the Buddha. That's one can be pretty sure that actually this is the word of the Buddha but there are good reasons that certain suit does not spoken by the Buddha not least because there was not the respond by the widow, some certain spoken by disciples. Anybody else have questions please feel free to ask anything like no question is stupid. No question is too intelligent. Anything, you anything you want to. Have any complaints complaints to complain as well if you're not. There is no indication of that in the suit themselves. But again, there is literature late literature which gives more of a sequence about these things How true that is very, very hard to explain it to know anything about. But from what the himself, there's no expectation of any particular order. Noah. Individual Stories Basically Psalm. Psalm. To High Be. Small. Joe Go by. The. Number is. A. The you know. Joe. Saigo. Sign..
Deep Valley Red Blend 2018
"Day. From. Sheep flying, find it Ascom again. Today we have. Five ninety nine red blend from trader Joe's The teat. Surround Low Sarah. It goes by the name of. Deep Valley Red Wine Blend Mendocino twenty eight teams. Normally Five ninety nine red wine kinda scares me a little bit because. You expect a few things out of red wine some oak aging some. Just some general aging. There is no budget applied ninety wine and a white wine. A little bit different like a Soviet block, a young savvy blockers young. They just make it. Right -Chusetts fresh. Lines good there. It doesn't that doesn't need to cost a lot of money. Learn, you need to do a little bit too and so it's always a little bit scary but I think they spied it's actually a food. Wise. I think it does better. With burgers or like a steak burrito does. On its own and I'm fine with it not the most malicious wine ever taste taste fine. But it's you know it's pretty pretty good. It's made by one of the oldest wineries in Mendocino. If you ever want to know who makes these winds for trader Joe's or any other Any other store where they don't really tell you what's what? Trademark. Registry. Website you get in there within our. Trademark lackadaisical it has come up. But. That doesn't mean that's a one that winery comes up would ever make on their own these custom crush people trader Joe's goes down and says, I want a wine like this at this price. They think, yeah. Okay. We can do that but it might not be a wine that they would ever do on their own. So don't read too much into who makes other than if they make good quality wine. They're probably not skipping on the quality that. They held back. And that's that and this is. It's a good ninety, nine Tuesday night. Pizza, burgers. Fine for them is this really well. You Know Harry. You go in and out Burger, we don't have it ended up Burger Chicago. It picked this would go great with that. There's another thing another observation about trader Joe's wines, and here's a five, ninety, nine wine from a single Aba. Under ten dollars. Californian the label which means that the grapes come from all over. It comes from the North Coast Central. Coast Central Valley. and. That's usually because to make wine cheap you gotta have. A lot of it. You gotTa make. Five hundred thousand bottles. And these big wine corporations do that they'll have holdings everywhere and you know they own vineyards contractors everywhere. So to make the most of their money and utilize scrapes pick from all over but trader, Joe's isn't like. They, go to a single ABA. And you don't know out of this is a single vineyard wine but not that, and there are a lot of vineyards in. In the Mendocino but. You know usually when these cheaper the winds are the simpler things is way to happens. You know they're not be off. You've got to bring in grapes from twenty seven different. Vineyards that might happen but you gotta figure cheaper just to grab one or two. So. To storebrand. You get a much more exclusive line for cheaper price than you do in a retail line. But you don't really know what you're getting basically. You're taking a chance but you get these single ABA wines and he don't know who's making what where, when all the time. But. If you go the trademark website, find out who's doing at Subic meals. Usually go because a lot of times these people. Make. These winds for trader. Joe's whatever their own brand self, their thirty five forty dollars. Make wines I mean it's. Just happen to have some extra great somewhere getting their hands on something. And you know trader Joe's better for. So. There you go. You got the deep sally you red wine blend from. Five, ninety, nine crazy price. There is some. You know it's It's a twenty eight. So it's fairly young for Redwan. Super Young read one.
How to go from farmers market to grocery store?
"Hey there Chris. My name is Joe I'm from Iowa City and I've been listening to the show for a couple of years now. I'm still enjoying the ponds. I started baking more during the pandemic and then I decided to try hosting a booth at my local farmer's market. I've been my Vegan bars there for two months and the response is fantastic. I mean everyone loves them and they're sold out every week. Part of me likes the idea of ramping up been seeing how I can achieve more distribution. But I also have no. Idea how to do that. I'm just a one person operation and don't have a budget to move to a commercial kitchen. Hire anyone how can I grow without over investing? Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks. Joe What's up. Thanks so much man. Really, glad to hear your message and yes, we do try to keep it punted mental around here just taking care of business. Now, I have not started baking much myself during this pandemic, but I have eaten a lot of delicious baked goods I will say that I am trying to take one for the team. Fortunately I've also been running more. So it kind of offsets it at least that's how I rationalize it. Now as for Scaling Up, let's talk about these bars. I'm actually working on a dedicated classroom episode specifically about growing a food and beverage. Side Hustle. Because this industry really does present some unique challenges at least compared to growing your APP or your e book or a lot of other things even some other physical products because you food and beverage there's a lot more regulation. There's a safety issue and there's just like a freshness issue and how do you ship it? How do you transport it? It's a lot more complexity. Doesn't mean it I can't work. Of course over the years we have featured a number of people who have really done. Well, it's just one of those things kind of goes from being really simple at a base level like you know making those bars taking them to the farmers market to sell to a much increase level of complexity. than. Move to commercial kitchen or outsource to a CO packer who will follow your recipe to make the product in bulk, and the thing is like most people in this space. If you are going to grow this kind of business at a certain point, you do have to make a couple of key decisions about that because you can't just keep working harder all the time. In fact, a lot of people end up getting burned out and I don't even mean that in a pun mental way they actually just get really exhausted because they start to see initial success and then like there's more demand for their product, you know just like, Joe, saying is. Sold out, and so they just try to keep doing more and more. And you can instantly scale your labor. So. If you don't want to go that route, which of course is totally acceptable. Either way you know couple of ideas. If you don't to go that route, you might consider setting up a second booth at a different farmer's market like in the same area perhaps a bit further away assuming there's more than one in your area and they may be alternating between the two. So in one town, the farmers market is on Wednesday and then the next town over you know it's going to be on Thursday and they do that because a lot of the vendors overlap. You. Could also offer home delivery or perhaps pick up at your home if you're comfortable doing that maybe one day a week or something maybe it's on Saturday afternoon or whatever space is being taken with your day job and the farmers market and anything else. You could offer catering for offices and events as they slowly begin to come back. So there are some ways to expand without going down that route of exploring commercial kitchens and Co packers, etc.. But at a certain point, you kind of have to make that decision like am I going to go down that path growth or just decide? This is cool. You know where it is right now. Or perhaps, there could be a third path. You know I'm all about the third path. Maybe the third path is this project inspires something else maybe Joe goes from saying you know what I? Didn't think I could ever do this thing at the farmer's market, but it's going really well, maybe it's given me a totally different idea entirely. So. The choice is yours just be careful in trying to grow food business and doing everything yourself because it will get pretty difficult pretty quickly.
"joe go" Discussed on Cortex
"So here, we are on a completely none regularly scheduled recording time Yup schedule. Well, you say that there was I wish I had the audio of all lost recording session way you said to me what if we record every second Tuesday now? Because as you said at the time took. You've never heard me so happy right like it was kind of like a a moment where it was like almost unbelievable to me to hear you suggest that we set a time on calendar that we could. As I think I said at the time put a repeating rule on I, mean, yes. You did sound like the happiest boy in the world's and you were so happy I found it surprising and and. Not really quite what I was expecting because because if if I know his thing if I know when we're recording I, know when the show's coming out and I can answer questions I get and deal with administrative stuff that I need to deal with where either a just randomly guessing or be needing to pin you down for a minute to ask you right. So like knowing is great but nevertheless The Shenzhou was immediately broken. The first time. We didn't even get to one. Shot Joe Go. Well I mean yeah. You are corrected that I was trying to do is solve the problem of let's have something. Mike let me describe to you with the advantage of schedules are. Please, I need to know if. It occurred to me that numerous times over the past many years like might be useful to have like a default recording day that that is the the thing is really what I was thinking of is let's Let's have a day that if we don't say anything, we just know is the day that is the recording day that that that's what I I was aiming for, and that is the real genuine like relief the me of knowing roughly when I complained to because there are times many times where we'll have a date that we were gonNA. Do and we move it for some reason like we did this one and then the day before I'm like. Remembered. You're not wrong history you wonder. Proven. Many times where we had a day, we moved today because you've got something Hatton and then you forget. You have also developed a pretty good radar for when his grave very busy with some self contained project as a like. When is he extremely likely to have completely forgotten that the outside world exists like I think you've gotten a good sense for that over the years. So so you're not you're not raw honestly the last couple of weeks have been like a real good. You know from from the time before you put out the gray was wrong video to Nell like I could I can sense when you're off the radar a little bit right and you know at that time it's like find like I, know if something's I can flag you down but otherwise, I'm just GONNA like batch up my questions and we'll do it. Right. And when that happens, I know that there is a strong likelihood that I. If I can tell that you're still in that mode I need to really triple confirm with you that you know we're recording. Yes. You're not wrong. You're not wrong at all but yeah, I was just been trying to do a bunch of much more longer term planning into thinking things through and I was like, oh? Hey I would like for Cortex is just some you said it exactly correctly. I was trying to think I, want to repeating rule for this that can just be the default if we don't say anything else but then you are correct that we agreed on that and probably not but two days later like. Exploded like well, I'm going to be shockingly busy until this thing is done. So it didn't even occur to me when I was like we gotta move back back cortex recording dateline. This is happening and I think the first thing he said to me is like, Oh, you've already broken the schedule that shoot you rounded get. We. Get One. I'm so sorry Mike. But, look had no all I notice. Sometimes I WANNA come back to the bachelor thing a little bit because like you are doing some interesting stuff with scheduling at the moment in your life, which is. Very fascinating to me just put a video could weaken Wednesday like you've. Not. Only you completely up ended a week. Looks like so yes, you are doing some interesting things will you're also breaking the time line here Mike because I haven't put it up yet we're recording before it goes. We've specifically said we're gone away although you've made that promise that you've made to me again a million times where it's I have a video that's coming right definitely coming out Tuesday. Yeah. No one hundred percent. It's coming out. Tuesday I, believe that you believe it right? Right. Which is why when I just had to tell someone when the episode was coming out I said most likely Wednesday right because it could be. Because the video come on Tuesday because that's also like a thing that's happened many times and I'm Chris is right like the. One on all of trying to prove in this discussion here is where good team Because I know how you are right. It's very kind of you. Yes, listen. I mean you know? People were in different ways like. CORTEX is a thing that you do. You have a much more time consuming thing that you do podcast the thing that I do like this. I can. It's all different right like you. Could easily be the other way around, but it's not like. This is just the way that it is and I'm more flexible in my sheduled, and yours can be because there are like much more dependencies. So anyway, but there was something you mentioned around USA about like looking at your schedule and thinking about things it point it's something that I've been acutely aware of right now then I'm referring to as being pandemic busy. Okay. The I think is a re could become a real problem What do you mean by pandemic busy right? So I think a lot of people right now because their lives have changed so much they have like different demands on the time the using time in different ways. That people are starting to fill this time with stuff. Maybe they have a new project that they want to work on a side project more they are taking on more responsibilities and now live in some way whether it's with walk or like different family responsibilities a social responsibilities. That I'm worried that when life returns to normal people are going to be really overwhelmed because they've taken on So many things during the pandemic that then normal lives would not allow them to do and I'm worried that lake this is a this is going to become a problem for people..
"joe go" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Was. Can we get to the bottom of your beef with thousand. Yeah, we can. We can. It's my fault and I want to offer a public apology all the people that has send the test group, Alison I'm sorry. I was wrong. I just I said you blasted may is that true or false? I mean you said so yeah. Yeah. Go Yeah that's that's that's correct. Yes. Charlie. Let me just say I do not know what was said between the two of you. But I'd say the I'm leaning toward your side now because this is just a horrible broadcast. and. So forth, Charlie I. Don't I don't know if you've ever been told that you're the ultimate glue guy before but. fell apart. Wow I have been much in the red zone was playing the job or Mata. What is The Jar actually that have been the best part of the PODCAST. I just want Charlie Nelson to make up I. Don't even know what the feud is about are we or You simply? Made Up. Do you remember when we got into a fight like four years ago at idea remember being in the corner of the studio. And I I was so mad that I blocked you and I like. Do. You remember the fight I don't even remember what it was over but I remember it was so bad that I've left to. Do you remember? Yeah. Well, I hate to say that I don't remember the specific fights. Like three or four like really bad fights but I feel like we always do a good job of making up. What was that quite about because I was so I was like I can't like I remember sitting in the back. It says it. It's usually about like me trying to get you to do something that. For like months cameras up mature comfortable with all this was something. Mrs I I don't know what those obviously was super important. Started also, like by the way house in how you said remember it was so bad I blocked and it's like every other month you're really on twitter. anyways. So many times. Show. That's that's like not real. Joe Go to you because no one knows you blocked him I. If, I, may ask. Bothers me. You, in following the idea, believe you follow me cards Sark. Kick out we call. It. He goes. Okay, I take responsibility for this specific argument. This is my right but if I can just say allison I feel like you have a lot of jokes that only you get, they're only jokes to you and then when. I'm like what is going on? You're like no joke and I'm like well now you like like some sensitive do that can't take jokes feel like they're light. Can you see. Can You understand my perspective? Can You understand why valid I? was. And I will not be. Directed to billy.
"joe go" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Wrote in off. Lamb because I thought I was lame and I think everybody should get a chance to do a puzzle like again if you WanNa reward, people like doing well at different. Parts Challenge, but still I. Don't know so I've decided. I'm over that like tiered thing of like eliminating people I think everyone should just get a chance to do it to that point though I feel like they have not done that recently. At least maybe there's there's a glaring. Difference that I'm thinking of but I. do feel like this was sort of the era when they played Alan, it this was not even as bad as if you remember a couple of episodes from now in Philippines Abby, Maria is GonNa Win Auction Award, which basically says skip to the end of the challenge right where it was the last three people compete at the end, and she had a spot reserved their, so it's very clear, maybe that reason that they're like okay, let's stop doing this. Yeah! I think that coupled with when they moved to Fiji permanently. They're like okay. We can sort of figure out how to build seven or eight stations at one, so we don't have to winnow people down after every round. Yeah I mean I'm just trying to think if I would rather have more challenges where they just have to stand there or challenges where people get eliminated, the standing there challenges do eventually get boring like. Of course we get some really great moments out of those challenges I'm especially if you can give the one where you hold your hands up over your head, not the one with the bucket, although that one also good, but the one that like when Chris a Christian Hubadoo had like his thing like Natalie tried to spit spit on herself for some reason agile, and she ended up being like that one can stay. But yeah, I don't know I like I, really wanted from challenges all that much anyway, but still no well. I think like you said I think this was an instance that paid off greatly in terms of story. Right where the entire time laid up. John has to win. Immunity or Jonathan Penner is going home and so. It pays off really well that it comes down to what him him. Jeff and Pete. Basically we're like you couldn't think of a more perfect trio of. Here's the guy who's in danger. Here's the guy who sort of ends up going home. Because the person who's in danger wine, and here's the other guy who is sort of end up being on the chopping block as a result of this so ends up working out well very very rarely because to your. Your point I feel like for every time we've had that. We've had other types of times where this thing has happened and the person who is most vulnerable up going out in the first round, and now right out the challenge. Yeah, exactly like I think this is a like. If you're going to pick and choose reasons like why this would be like, oh, look at all the inherent drama, and it's like okay well. Yeah, we got lucky here potentially. Or unless it's like super tailored to those people. But Anyway I was just reminded that this existed, but now that you're saying Oh yeah, it's like pretty much. Run its course because I'm trying to think of the most recent time I've seen that apart from of course rewatch that they actually did this kind of like knocked. People out is ego because that's the thing. Let's also remember that I. Feel like much like we talked about. Instead of the issue is. How do you build challenges for ten eleven? People and I think of doing this tiered now. They just do okay. We'll do endurance challenges. We will be able to build you know a dozen stations and not have to worry about eliminating people, so so it really is which one would you rather. I know I personally. It's tough because I would rather see people in motion especially, if we have to keep getting endurance challenges time after time episode after episode, but you also a good point that I'd say once in a blue moon. Is the drama workout in a perfect way? Where okay the person who is guaranteed to go home doesn't get eliminated in the first round and. And completely take any tension out of the room. By the time they reached that final round. Yeah, exactly okay all right if you if you're GONNA me pay which I know, you're not, but I'm making me back I. Think I would still probably pick as much as I am. Complaining about the narrowing down I think I'd rather have that over endurance challenges. There just so bore. Plays. You Give Fun Moments Penner, and scooping coming down to like a knows what then diving across the finish line. At least they're doing other things you know it's. It's not just do one thing. The entire time they had to what I untied the bag. And even the this seems pretty bare bones, right? I feel like usually these these tier challenges are like two or three rounds. This was like untie the bags, and then do the snake puzzle, and that's it. Yeah, that's why I think. I thought it was lame, because it was like they did. All of this work was like, and then they went through several stops or something. It was like yeah, untidy bag Joe. Joe Go over jump over like untidy bag over under collect all these bags. You do essentially the entire challenge except for the puzzle, and it's like okay, but only three of you get to actually do it, so that's why I said it was lame, but I will say really fun moment from Panir. I think when you say you know this usually less challenges tailored for them I mean. It is crazy to think that he ends up winning here. Considering that this is the first and I believe only challenge individually that he ever one has survivor career, so I guess it really did show like when there's a fire under your ass, you deliver when push comes to shove. When a fire under my ass!.
"joe go" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!
"Come at it from the place of. This is a situation that we're in right now, and we are so happy that we have this member of our family, and obviously tensions have run really high, but they're at an age now. They, we need to get this solved and we need to have a good process and a good system at home. Because there, this is how they're growing up and I. Don't want them to grow up in an energy from in a place that feels really tense, or it feels really split in the middle as somebody who grew up in a thing like that. Obviously, it's a very different kind of situation, but I think if you can go about it on. Come at it from your side and the kid because I think that's the two things that they both care about. And I would say to them you both can be right, and you both can be wrong and I think that you both have really great points and I want to learn how we can do this. Better and I have signed us all up for a family therapy session, and all three of you are there because a therapist will also be I think if you ha-, you are the mediator between them and I think if you are in a therapy session. Session with them. Not you know maybe not like forever, but even just for the first couple ones the therapist can also you will be a part of the conversation, and you will be there to be like this is this this is this. This is where I'm at in the middle and I. Don't know what to do, and I can help out in that sort of sense I, would really really encourage that if you can and maybe if that seems. Not Happening. It sounds like manipulatives ship the ship that I used to do when I was. A kid is like asking for that kind of like. I don't know. Empathetic more like. Not Sad kind of like heartstrings stuff I ask for it for your birthday. Be like for my birthday all I. wanted this. That is literally all I. Want please and maybe it's also you I. Don't know if you're in therapy, but if you are in therapy, maybe it's you going to a family counselor alone and being like. How can I get my sister and my mom in here with me, and you can kind of be equipped with the tools for that because I, do think the most important thing. For you is your mental health because there's no way that you can. First of all, there's no the thank you know that there's nothing really you're nothing really you can do. You're just like the pawn between but I think you need to focus on your mental health and if they're not willing to go to therapy I, definitely think that you should and your therapist could even give you some really great tools. On approaching it day by day each specific incident, and then even if it's just like fucking, ranting to your therapist, for like fifty minutes after a week with them, and really being able to let it all out and vent, and then feel a little less. Less. There's all this pressure on you to fix everybody else. It can be about you. But I don't envy you, but I will say I do like when you are Melissa. Melissa are the The the the least favorite child of the week. A LOT! Like what's up my? My. Sister. I'm the least favorite this week. Okay funny. You also like you text like Utah Your personnel if people don't know your personality, but like I think if someone if if like our listeners, read our text messages in. Let you'd be like. Oh! I can hear it like I couldn't hear it, so it's fucking funny. No, I mean I like the the ship that you were texting your parents. When like quarantine, I started? I'm I'm reading the screen shot. Joe Go. Funny funny mainly. A..
Hobbled by coronavirus, China's first-quarter GDP shrinks for first time on record
"Kerry let's stay with China the economy there is now worth fourteen trillion dollars the second largest in the world since opening up its economy in the nineteen seventies it has grown every single quarter until now compared to the same period last year Chinese national income or GDP has fallen by almost seven percent as a direct result of covert nineteen the collapse was even more pronounced if you compare the first quarter with those three months immediately preceding us motion young is the spokesperson of the Chinese national bureau of statistics the police United Kingdom I think what we can see that the sudden attack of covert nineteen has indeed had a pretty big impact on the economic performance of our country in the first quarter major economic indicators clearly declined we must also see that in March those indicators showed momentum of rebound and the decline has been narrowed Krishna was sunny is our Asia business correspondent based in Singapore and I asked her for more details on these scary figures well we've got a whole set of figures released on Friday along with the GDP data which is typically what happens every time China releases the growth figures so what we also learnt was that retail sales which is how much people are buying in China fell by nineteen percent in the first three months of the year that's an astounding statistic and really showing you just how badly the lockdown people being **** I thank did add their ability to go out and buy things and that's the same elsewhere in the world the other interesting figure I thought was the fact that industrial production dropped eight point four percent in the past three months in the and that also is a reflection of the fact that factories just aren't making as many things for the outside world either so you've got to pressures on the Chinese economy one that people at home haven't been buying and the other is of course Dimond and rest of the world is slowing down because so many of us have stuck in our homes in lockdown as a result of add the measures governments are taking to combat the corona virus as we were hearing from a motion young from the national bureau of statistics he was referring to the uptake near the end of that quarter so they're kind of saying that the worst was at the beginning of the quarter rather than at the end do you see evidence that the Chinese economy is re emerging from its chrysalis yeah I do see some evidence and you can see that companies are going back to what the American chamber of commerce says that nearly a quarter of their companies expect to return to normal business operations by the end of this month on a wider scale domestically you are seeing evidence Chinese companies are going back to work to still they have to face strict social distancing measures which means that it's very difficult to go back to operating they were before the corona virus hit at China and in terms of actual normal life resuming normal business operations resuming nobody I've spoken to says that's going to happen before the end of the year the Chinese economy shrank by six point eight percent a record breaking amount compared to the same quarter last year I get the markets in Asia were positive so far on Friday was that because they had feared and even worse number from Chinese GDP you know the range of numbers in the forecasts for Chinese GDP Joe went from anything from six point five percent to twenty eight percent so I think people which is so worried about what kind of impact they was going to be any sign that things weren't as bad as they could have been has injected to some degree of optimism in to add the markets here in Asia but I can't be at that with the fact that people have been buying at the smallest into positive news and then selling when numbers in the second country go very high in terms of infection so I think that this optimism will be short
A 'Kind World' For Troubled Times
"When Thi DEP was on the front lines during the Vietnam War fighting a different kind of battle she was the sole provider for her sick father and four younger sisters and she was trying to keep her own daughter alive. Because I watch the fray of many people in Vietnam Vietnam telling me that. If I don't send my baby away they will come in the eight maybe she will be cute depths daughter from my or my I was also the daughter of an American named Joe O'Neill Who des Met at the army base where she worked. They had a romantic relationship but in one thousand nine hundred ninety three the US ordered all of its troops out of Vietnam. Joe Went Back to America Depp. Who was two months pregnant was left behind then? She found herself with an impossible decision. I was quite a you know to make up my full heart. Go to America to believe. She had to get her child out of South Vietnam because of rumors that communist troops were targeting biracial children. They considered them the children of traders. Remember the painful moment. When she dropped off her daughter who is three at the time at an orphanage. She say all my mom. No leave me. I want to come in and bring up heck home. But I think if I'd odor she she req- Raider. Deb knew her daughter would be part of operation baby lift where the US airlifted thousands of children out of Vietnam for adoption. But she didn't know what exactly the future would hold for my and that haunted her years later when things felt safer in Vietnam Debt. Relentlessly search for her daughter desperate. She shared her story with Vietnamese media. Hoping someone would read it and help her. It took some time but someone finally did. She spent like over forty years to look for. Her daughter is a thirty year old. Vietnamese EX PAT WHO came to study and work in Tampa Florida. There were nights when I couldn't sleep thinking about his theory. View made it his mission to help DEP- it took a couple of months but ultimately through some clever online searching and the lucky break on genetic matching site whose research led to one woman. You know how you are so excited you're handshake and you can't even type any other proper words and it was. I was elated. It was this amazing surprise that I had not
"joe go" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Burn us. Handcock air. We're back okay. Now we got the liberty report with ten we got just one segment. He's going to be doing a show with lucrative scared top. Get READY FOR SO. We're going to throw it to him tells you everything you need not him. Liberty report for Joe Go. I will remember his RAV. And I'm GonNa Liberty Adviser but Larry Adviser Close Docker outfall. That's okay but everything happened this last time. I was on the show and as I've said about half and half weeks the stock market town about thirty percents but one good thing is that you're listening to the few in the advantage of what I was talking about. May almost all the upside the downside this year so we have put options have gone up about five. Hundred percents pass You know the past month so sincere to take a little victory lap of math that everyone that trust me guys. Trust the right person. 'cause we got everything on the way up and the loss of way down and so. I'm sitting pretty right now. My clients off so we had the Fed today. This is crazy so luke and I were about to shoot that video and the headline on drudge. Is THAT PUMPS. Five hundred billion dollars then. Literally ten minutes later headline is as a trillion dollars and that few minutes after that said palm one point five trillion dollars. Now I think it's now it's technically up to two trillion dollars. So what they're doing is they. Have I know that we had mentioned many times? And the other thing. I want to tell your listeners to John's nights and myself started with him and John. Show so we've been doing a longer form economic Podcast as well. You can check out. But getting back to the REPO market. This used to be an overnight deal and I know that we've talked about this before and your show became a two week term because they had thirty thirty two day term repos and.
"joe go" Discussed on The Futur
"The way they were them but you had all these magazines Playboy magazine. You always wanted to be in that one. Because it got auto readership cap so illustrator if would settle on at one style. One look at was unique in cool and then that illustrate her like got hot and within five years was dominating and then and then had another five years until they would be out of business basically because everyone had seen everything they can do. And it's just the world moves on so there's like a ten year career that they could and and if they wanted to change after that and adopt another style they could probably have a second. But I'm thinking well I don't WanNa be the kind of person who has a ten year career but I have to admit they really get successful fast by doing one thing and I said what if I applied that to Something about my business like the kind of work I did or the kind of in this case in Silicon Valley case the kind of business that I specialized in so that I get a lot of word of mouth so people say oh. You need a designer. This guy did our whole everything he did. The whole thing is like amazing like brought us from nowhere to being highly visible. You got here have have my guy yeah And so that was my original idea when I got there and then I found out that actually silicon valley moving past that really quickly and it was so big getting so big so fast that That was no longer a specialty. It was that was too general to say. No I do Dante everything for a company like I do. All their communication because software companies didn't talk hardware companies who didn't talk chip companies and didn't talk to you know. I mean they were all separate little Universes and you had to pick one so so eventually. I decided that I would be the guy you go to. If you need retail software packaging which was just starting out. It was just starting in it was like. I really didn't want to specialize but I could see why it worked. You know it's like it just makes the decision so easy for clients. They go my all. We need this. We got this checklist. We need the package. Who's GonNa do that? Who Does these things? Joe Go find a go find a package designer and they go out and get land or somebody and I said No. I'm going to be the guy that does it. And and that means I have to do only that gap or at least. That's what I say. That's I have to say right if I do other things. I'm just not gonNA show those things I'm just going to master this and I'm GonNa be obviously mastering it so that I can prove it and and then I'll get it all for as long as that lasts so That's what I did and That worked amazingly well and it was only about two years before we were charging more than land or in more than anybody actually because land or didn't know what they were doing and couldn't couldn't explain why they were doing what they were doing. I WANNA get into all that Mark you flag me. You're like make a little signal and then I'll acknowledge you. Just give me one second. I do want to talk about this a little bit Just to kind of rearticulating. What you've said there's a lot of stuff to absorb here so you started out. Kind of broad is a graphic designer communication advertising guy and you thought that was specialized enough you know maybe just identities or maybe it's just a high tech industry and then it became soffer retail packaging software because where. I love that business. Software Retail packaging guy. He's so if somebody needed that there was one game in town nells your game and you dominated and you went against and people don't know this land or such enormous Operation Multinational Corporation right. It's just high prices too high prices. Okay Mark we have a question either on branding or specialization or something like that. Go.
A Plant-Strong Promise Kept
"This hot august night. We were eating outside on the porch that overlooks the finish line that we'd set up for the family traffic on the next morning and this is homegrown event. It's the culmination of six months of coaching and training for joe and going from in his words a completely sedentary couch potato to a full blown triathlete and we had every member of my family at the table able we had my mother and my father that we call s._e. <hes> my sister jane and her husband we had my two brothers ted and serb and their spouses and their kids <hes> gaggle of nieces and nephews and of course we had joe inga a and his family his wife and his two young kids and i want you to know that as i was watching joe giving his toast i started welling welling up inside with pride thinking about how far this man has calm over the last half a year and you'll be hearing thing about it and you'll also see pictures of his transformation shortly. They're super impressive now. After dinner and everybody was kind of mulling around i i pulled joe into my father's office for one final conversation before the race in the morning. If you guys remember when when i met joe back in february he said that alongside engine to one of his big inspirations to start eating a whole foods plant based as diet was the movie forks over knives and we recorded this pre race interview in the office where forks over knives fill my father pouring over his epidemiological research in the movie so if you saw that you'll know exactly where where we are all right joe. This is this day. We've been waiting for for for six months and i we met that b._n._b. And new york back in early february two thousand nineteen and here we are august august. What is today today sixteenth fifteenth so august fifteenth. It's august fifteenth right. Sixty ain't tomorrow seventeenth and man. It's been a great run yeah. It's been a great run and <hes> after tomorrow. We're going to be letting you loose out got into the big bad world and i know you've been in the big bad world but as you have said tonight at dinner during your toast can add some stops and starts for thirty days ninety days and now <hes> how do you feel going forward after after it's going to be a piece of cake at this point. I'm i'm so used to so it is like i if i go out to a restaurant. I don't second guess anything. I i know exactly what's asked for what to look for. You know when i'm food shopping i. I don't even need to read the labels. I know exactly what i'm going for. So a lot of the difficulty is is gone you know and <hes> i've expanded my my menu you and my options so i have a lot of recipes under my under my belt now which is a lot slimmer now than it was when i started but <hes> die daffy good and so for people that don't know how far you've come <hes> what's happened with with your weight with your blood your into your blood chemistry with your mental attitude all that stuff so <hes> i haven't really gotten my blood checked since our sixty day checkup but at that point i believe we we were down twenty five percent on everything i know my resting blood pressure my blood pressure. Now is ten points lower on the systolic and diastolic than it was before. I know my resting heart. Rate is probably about sixty to seventy roughly and it used to be ninety to one hundred which was always like that so it's a lot better there i went from forty inch waist to some thirty two's are big so i lost a lot of weight approximately forty pounds. It actually was just under one seventy the other day i started to thirteen so i was like one sixty nine so it's like forty five pounds and i feel awesome awesome so of course weight loss is a wonderful benefit of eating this way and and when you're eating a whole food plant strong diet that is high in fiber high in water very nutrient dense calorie light losing wait is a sustainable byproduct that just happens but what also happens is we start to get and become i'm very attractive on the inside of the cellular and molecular level our blood chemistry our blood pressure improves <hes> if we're pre pre-diabetic <hes> we start to reverse that stuff and so i want you to understand what's going on inside and and so i asked my dad to help describe what's going on with these important changes internally what s see in your mind what's going on on the inside <hes> with joe it cellular level molecular level <hes> that is also a pretty attractive well. You have to recall that the the body is an absolute symphony of these wonderful chemical reactions that are absolutely coordinated for optimum performance formats and when people come grossly obese and overweight. You can see how things began to stray. Why do they get this high blood pressure because now their blood vessels are losing their elasticity that becoming stiff thick and inflamed all this obesity is is luckily at an absolute harbor of inflammation and that inflammation is making diabetic hypertensive giving them vascular asker disease and it's absolutely contributing to their increase risk not only for diabetes and heart disease and stroke but also increased risk for malignancy yunessi so there really is this tremendous symphony which is being brought back into line and with absolutely beautiful sound with all these reactions are running correctly as they should but how how easily it is to go off the rails when you're eating this processed food which has the capability not only of love making you sick but actually bring into a premature demise and i think what i'm so proud about lovely. You're dealing with the police and firemen as you can. If you can just imagine if you bring those forces divine not only will there be an enormous saving publicly for taking care of these people because they're not going to be any chronic illness but at the same time it sets an enormous example for the community to think that these people that are trying to save their lives police fire or taking care of cells as well right before dinner. I asked joe if he would be willing to walk over to the the pond. That's about a five acre pond where the swim course was going to be held and if we could do a a dry swim through the course i it was important for me that joe go into the swim with a little more confidence. You know he had almost no experience variance with open water swimming and i just knew that it was feeling a little big and scary and daunting for him and i knew knew that if i could pay him through the three hundred and fifty meter swim course that he would feel a lot better going into the race the next morning in so we're going to pick this up as we climb out of the water and you'll be able to hear all the kids splashing in the background just came all the way over there. I wouldn't even have gotten halfway out there out the first first way yeah yeah and so <hes> tell me again. How long have you been swimming. You just started started when we did this six months yeah the boss well so how you feel about seventy miles about it beforehand. I'm still a little nervous but i gotta take a break. I'll take a break but you say today will be hunky. Dory the bike and run. I'm not too concerned about it because i'm new to this yeah well. <hes> it's a beautiful pond with temperatures idyllic there and you're gonna have support around you. Have somebody on the palo board and maybe even somebody somebody in a kayak so if you like it any point in time you're like need help. You can grab then cool yeah little insurance policy mccamley after doing a little dry thereon of the swim course joe is on a roll and so i decided to take him on a test drive attest bike of the bike course and i found when i was doing triathlons that if you could preview the course the day before the race just set everything at ease mentally so you knew exactly what to expect and so i wanted to joe to feel as relaxed and at ease as comfortable label as possible going into this race you're sporting or the lead right right now. Who am i so on got. You got a water bottle can audubon off now. Okay <hes> we'll probably going to be starting between ten and ten thirty in the morning in which means that the due to be off the road so it shouldn't be too slippery and <hes>. It's pretty humid tomorrow so hopefully we'll. We'll be someone humidity got a feeling when you cross the finish line. You're going to be one happy fellow still even though i've been practicing i've been training or whatever still intimidating you know like i said when we talked about ever like there's no way somebody often often yeah so well to me. What's really impressive is that you told me that you really haven't done much of anything outside of you. Know your five star almost twelve years. I go through phases. You know we might fail my medical. Whatever then maybe maybe i'd take my buddy into gear. Whatever but nothing this serious so <hes> really to around a little all of it.