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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:24 min | Last month

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Oil is an actual product that is created from chinese water snakes also known as irabu snakes. It's been used as a traditional chinese remedy for centuries chinese water. Snakes live in ponds and rice paddies. They're slightly venomous snakes under a meter that feed on fish and infineon's the snake oil which is derived from the water. Snakes is very high in the omega. Three fatty acid known as epa snake oil was and is considered by many people to be effective in relieving the pain of ailments such as arthritis bursitis and sore muscles. A modern study found that oil from chinese water. Snakes actually allowed mice to perform better on cognitive tests. Take for that what you will. The chinese workers began to share their remedy with american workers who are working on the railroad and the product began to grow in popularity as the demand for snake. Oil grew people began to figure out ways to meet that demand. Enter into the story. One clark stanley. The self proclaimed rattlesnake king stanley wanted to meet the new demand for snake oil so he created a product known as clark stanley. Snake oil intimate. Just knowing that the word snake was in the title he began using rattlesnakes for the product however a rattlesnake is not a water snake and they have totally different fat profiles eventually however he totally abandoned. The idea of putting rattlesnake oil in the product altogether for twenty four years stanley traveled around the country. Touting the medicinal benefits of his snake oil intimate he created a massive show that he toured with positioning himself Frontiers mun while creating an elaborate backstory. He sold the product at western shows around the country. He claimed that the recipe for his snake oil lyneham. It came from a hoppy medicine. Man the hoppy did not have anything resembling snake oil and at no point. Did he ever mention the chinese origins of the product. Moreover stanley made claims about the product which went far beyond with your original chinese snake. Oil was used for stanley claim that it would cure. Rheumatism sciatica lumbago a sore throat. Frost-bites tooth aches and many other ailments in one famous demonstration at the eighteen ninety. Three chicago world's fair he's supposedly the product in front of a live crowd science writer. Joe schwarz wrote quote stanley. Reach into a sack plucked out a snake slit it open and plunged it into boiling water when the fat rose to the top. He skimmed it off and used it on the spot to create stanley snake. Oil ligament that was immediately snapped up the throng that had gathered to watch the spectacle

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Clark Stanley: The Rattlesnake King

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:24 min | Last month

Clark Stanley: The Rattlesnake King

"Oil is an actual product that is created from chinese water snakes also known as irabu snakes. It's been used as a traditional chinese remedy for centuries chinese water. Snakes live in ponds and rice paddies. They're slightly venomous snakes under a meter that feed on fish and infineon's the snake oil which is derived from the water. Snakes is very high in the omega. Three fatty acid known as epa snake oil was and is considered by many people to be effective in relieving the pain of ailments such as arthritis bursitis and sore muscles. A modern study found that oil from chinese water. Snakes actually allowed mice to perform better on cognitive tests. Take for that what you will. The chinese workers began to share their remedy with american workers who are working on the railroad and the product began to grow in popularity as the demand for snake. Oil grew people began to figure out ways to meet that demand. Enter into the story. One clark stanley. The self proclaimed rattlesnake king stanley wanted to meet the new demand for snake oil so he created a product known as clark stanley. Snake oil intimate. Just knowing that the word snake was in the title he began using rattlesnakes for the product however a rattlesnake is not a water snake and they have totally different fat profiles eventually however he totally abandoned. The idea of putting rattlesnake oil in the product altogether for twenty four years stanley traveled around the country. Touting the medicinal benefits of his snake oil intimate he created a massive show that he toured with positioning himself Frontiers mun while creating an elaborate backstory. He sold the product at western shows around the country. He claimed that the recipe for his snake oil lyneham. It came from a hoppy medicine. Man the hoppy did not have anything resembling snake oil and at no point. Did he ever mention the chinese origins of the product. Moreover stanley made claims about the product which went far beyond with your original chinese snake. Oil was used for stanley claim that it would cure. Rheumatism sciatica lumbago a sore throat. Frost-bites tooth aches and many other ailments in one famous demonstration at the eighteen ninety. Three chicago world's fair he's supposedly the product in front of a live crowd science writer. Joe schwarz wrote quote stanley. Reach into a sack plucked out a snake slit it open and plunged it into boiling water when the fat rose to the top. He skimmed it off and used it on the spot to create stanley snake. Oil ligament that was immediately snapped up the throng that had gathered to watch the spectacle

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

08:21 min | Last month

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"So we're back. We're back we're daniels. Meant to give her report also Foggy over the weekend. Oh you know how much he loves. And we all love. Luke bryan right. So dirt road is out it's on. Imdb am db channel. But it's actually on amazon. If you wanna to watch it there tell us about. What did you learn. it's so good. It's a five part series. It's not super long but you learn all about his life and he really. You know there's been a lot of tragedy in luke bryan's life and i didn't know how much had actually been. When he was very young. He met somebody in college that he was they. Were going to go off to nashville and try to start a band and the night before he went to go to nashville. His brother died in a car crash and so the next morning he said i can't go. I've gotta stay here and help my family. So he stayed with his mom and his dad and he did what he could to try to help with the family back together and sister and then finally he gets the national goes and he plays at the grand ole opry and the night of the grand ole opera. He says takes a picture with his sister on the stage. They put her in an elevator. She goes to a room. He never sorry and she passed away and they don't know why maybe some more positive stories we must. Yes you see all the struggle that he went through and how he the first time he did it with with record companies like nope this guy's and that he doesn't have it he's not it and they and he thought about going back home to leesburg georgia But he didn't he stayed and that's what he wanted to. He followed his dream and finally it. He made it happen. He got a song that one song turned into. The second song didn't work then. The third one did and he just kept going and going and now it's the biggest star in country. Music is on american idol and it really is a great story and you see how what a great family man he is. He took in his sister's children. They live with him He really is just a super good guy. That has a great story. I'm gonna watch it you know. It is good. it's five episodes. Remember there used to be a biography channel. Is there still a biography channel. I think they turn it to. But i thought there was a. They had a channel. I just watch biographies morning tonight. I think it's so interesting to look into people's lives. You think you know who. They are like luke bryan winstons or that movie. I saw respect starring jennifer hudson all about aretha franklin in god the stories and of course you on top of that Her talent jennifer. God jennifer hudson cheese. What a talented woman. She is just so great and she picked up a lot of aretha 's mannerism mannerisms and her voice everything. So who would. Who would play in your own movie. I wonder if you thought about nate. No clay you. I've got several d'appel gainers in the hollywood right now. joe schwarz. While arnold schwarzenegger's son was on an actor. Now you need to place over. I think he's he's got the he would crosswtalk. Okay asked her. We play him then. Ryan philippi. It looks just like he does yes he does. I'm sorry no offense. And i'm not saying i'm not saying you're unattractive but you're not ryan. Phillippe attracted justin timberlake. I believe a lot of people. I'm i like to play me. I would love if it was re anna for going down the path here. But i don't know maybe like indian. Actresses are so limited that people know renmindi kaley. Okay what about you. Who would play you. I don't know like people used to say. Look like sandra bullock back. Like a long time ago so maybe her or people's design. Look like debbie gibson. When i used to get followed into stores. People thought i was her. I loved heavy gibson. She's an actress though actor. I don't know yeah. What about you froggy. Who would play you. There's nobody in hollywood or the forehead and nobody can tell you can play peyton manning's forehead sizes bob odin kirk about you scary play you. David schwimmer tom. Cruise tom cruise. Now roy talk crews now. I mean that's who will play. You can't use tom cruise from ten years ago to play. You know yet tom. Cruise looking slightly resemble you see the similarity similarities. Yeah i mean faced a little bit of the mouth. I would want either god meryl streep to play. Glenn close now. I'm loving emily blunt. Emily blunt would play me anyway so us. Well let's get into the daniel reports. Get in there. Now go on daniel. We have all the way. I do wanna have a conversation there. An article that gandhi number reading from medium about how to stop following your gut and how to be cool as a person and how to have shown interest other people in in doing so. You become a better person. I know it's a broad strokes. I'm giving you but you know when's the last time you actually were happy for someone else's happiness. It is my favorite thing. I so much rather be happy for someone else. I feel happier being happy for someone else then. I do feeling happy for myself. It's the brakes feeling. Good is it actually. You can be selfish in caring for others. It's good for you danielle. Everybody feels that way. A lot of people feel like they wanna ripped down and a lot of people are i. Don't want to say jealous. But a lotta people if they see you succeeding something. They compare it to their lives. therefore they can't be happy for you what frog nothing's were so actually two things nothing's worse than when something good happens and you share it with somebody they all. You're so lucky that never happens to me. It makes you feel bad. What i should be happy but number. Daniel poses something over the weekend. Her son was her sons. Were playing soccer. And one they saw was passing to the other son and press them was passenger spencer. Spencer was knocking every single one in until watch how happy his little brother was for him was so cool. There's no jealousy there. There's no like oh here let me try. I can do that too. It's he's happy for the other one. I love seeing people happy for others. Yeah i wanna get into that in a few minutes because it's so important to be sometimes you have to. I'm not gonna say force it but you need to. You need to practice it more in the more you find yourself. Being happy for others the happier will be. I swear to god. We'll talk about that in a few minutes. Let's get into daniel's report what's going on so let's be happy for mr wonderful from shark tank. He is hosting a six part series. Called money court. He will rule on family financial disputes via zoom. Money court premiers once they know. You wanna go on this money on wednesday ten pm so i know we're waiting for stranger things season. Four i just. I can't take it anymore. But netflix says announced that we are going to get it sometime in twenty. Twenty two mike. We're excited but okay okay. Okay britney spears. So you know. She's trying to get her dad out of this whole conservative ship thing Her lawyer was making moves to make it happen. But on friday in a court filing her dad basically said there's no grounds whatsoever for removing me from this conservative ship. So i don't understand so it's just it's so crazy but she's gonna keep trying she's definitely keep trying and we hope we hope the best for brittany. Mr beast earns his third diamond. Play button if you don't know who mr beast is on. Youtube piece is amazing. The things he does for people the money he donates to people to make people happy. He's just he's insane so he surpassed ten million subscribers to get that third. Diamond play button. So congratulations famine of you. Follow him then. You know how excited he.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"Well we frame this problem with not enough vanilla and alternative sources of creating vanillin. This precursor that has synthetic flavor. Now we've got another problem and that's the problem of plastic waste so i think most of us are kind of familiar with that but could you give us a little back of the envelope. Sketches to how bad this problem really is. It's a big problem. That was a fascinating study out a couple of years ago with a look to the production and the fate of all. The plastic is made a they as this was fairminded years ago. They estimated eight point three million metric tons of Plastics ever been produced in order time active. That's about six point. Three million tons of plastic waste of actually being discarded Nonfederal polluting Whatever so this is a huge scale issue an affable pasta. Any nine percent of this is being at recycles and say the vast majority of this is just is just policing opponent who being incinerated of ac- is is good issues associated with it and patent. Take you know what we focused on in this study pet. The plastic point tirtha late last the plastic that we used to make a plastic bottles for example and simmons who is designed to be single use. So there's this vast accumulation of post consumer plastic waste building up by the landfill Nations is seen on the news and actually an eighty percents of plastic. Bottles are estimated not to get recycled and they think about twenty four million liters of oil is needed to produce these billions of often that using it yet so as ridiculous process with wrenching up oil turning into something we use once and the discounting into this closing prominent. And so i think as a lot of opportunity to rethink the way that we manage these resources. Yeah i heard Doctor joe schwarz. And i don't know if you know dr joe schwarz. But he's the leader of the mcgill university Science in society outreach program and he was saying on his show that to make a one liter bottle of water requires about ten liters of water. So so here's this process that's wasteful. It's polluting its single use. Which drives me crazy. And so this is up in so polyethylene tariff eilly this is a problem and also lack of vanilla. So how did you propose to solve both problems at one time. Well i thought. I thought it'd be a great idea too many traumatic Out of pet plastic as An impulse is to demonstrate that we should really start thinking of pets as a result of not just a waste product. We need to get rid of and it seemed like the perfect target because in itself as appropriate as well as i thought. Let's try solve problems with with wednesday. Should you know you're the best. I i just love the story because it makes me so happy so any other word that you used in your paper was upcycle. Yes yes so. You're so you're not just recycling bad plastic. You're something better. Say the thing with plastic recycling as it stands. I mean i didn't situation in the states but in the u. k. We send out pet bottles recycling and they tend to strengthen down the meltdown reformed them into second generation nuts but these materials off to the east lose about ninety five percent of that any so. We're seeing massive drop in the value of materials without a life cycle which seems like that terrible waste and i just think that must be scraped to actually up instead of recycling dementia. Upcycle maintain some of the fat life cycle awesome. So we're talking with dr john adler and she's a bbs rc. Discovery fellow and a group leader at the university of edinburgh and edinburgh scotland. And we're talking about turning plastic into vanilla with a really cool synthetic biology approach. This is talking about podcast and we'll be back in just a moment Be birthday to the bar. Podcast will spawned and twenty fifty here on the joe rogan experience. rogan suggested. That would be a decent podcast host and viola. Here we are six years later. One hundred and ninety some episodes and approaching one point five billion downloads richard. What joe rogan gets today but hey this is ended audience. See monkeying with the friends of life to accomplish new feats in health and food. Security is just the tip of the iceberg. Today's topics could not even be predicted. Back in the days of biotechnology yarn front of the talking bio will keep you at the cutting here all asian now back for episode on the contemplated putting a lid on the theory that would pressure from employers to stop and weekly podcast. Who different commitment. So the internal in turn. Podcast seem to be coming mold. Podcasts with similar followings have major production and surging optimization specialists not talking by bog. We decided to continue to move on once the future. No-one incite violence. 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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

Science Facts & Fallacies

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

"Is super cool so i believe. The researcher said the next step if they could move forward with this would be tested in humans. So i mean would this go till i like the first phase of a clinical trial at this point. If they get you know something regulators would approve it. Because i guess there's some concern about this being permanent change in. You know were hesitant still to do that to humans. Yeah it could be right. I mean this would be Gene editing in liver which you know the cells are still dividing to some degree and so this would actually be a permanent installation so if you have a collateral effect of this Which could could happen. Because you know who knows With this particular kind of thing If you had a collateral effect you could create a unstable state going forward or deleterious state going forward so i think there's still lot more research that needs to be done but the exciting part about this is that if this kind of in vivo liver aren a delivery correction mechanism works. You can start taking on things that you know. It's not just hypercholesterolemia. It's also polly keats. Nouria in which is another reason. The some folks can't drink diet soda. Right you see the warning on the can it's easily correctable genetic tweak. That could be done this way. there's a series of diseases that function in urea cycle. These things could easily be corrected with gene editing. If it works so as easily be corrected right it could be potentially corrected if the results. That were observed continue. Let me say it that way. Yes fair enough. I guess what. I'm wondering is i'm just thinking out loud here. How would this be used. You know would be something like bariatric surgery. You know so like if somebody's morbidly obese in it's a risk to their health staple your stomach so i'm wondering if they would use the same way like if your cholesterol is just so high that you're at risk of dying. They would they would use this as sort of a last resort that would that be the intention you think of a treatment like this way down the road you know i. I don't know on that one. I think that this could be something that in my mind is what would replace statins statins not to control their blood lipoprotein levels This would be potentially away. That would replace it. This principle of how it works in in some ways with the delivery is lipid nanoparticle based so a lot like the covid vaccine. You had take this special Cast nine complex and encapsulated in lipid nanoparticles and injected directly into the liver. Let it do its thing. And that's a pretty interesting science. I have a funny feeling that this is something that we will see in in widespread use in the next couple years. Yeah that's really cool. It's really cool. I mean. I don't have high cholesterol so it doesn't directly affect me so it's easy for me to go. Yeah go for it you know but it seems like you know if you can do it safely it's a it's a pretty important innovation but we will leave it there kevin. Who are you following on twitter. This week i'm following jonathan. Jari j. a. r. y. at cracked science and jonathan has been a right hand man to dr joe schwarz in the mcgill university office science and society for a few years now and is a really great guy who does really nice work and i appreciate everything. He produces he followed. He produces good Media and advertisers those through twitter. So.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"Ninety, seven Michigan voters during August, Twenty, eighth and twenty nine. So the number of fairly current and the numbers really aren't changing a whole lot of trump's job performance his his approval rating is upside down forty, four approved fifty three disapprove Biden is. Fifty basically forty, five, forty, six, or his favorable unfavorable, which is a lot better than Hillary Clinton was at this point in the Campaign Governor Whitman's job performance on the other hand, very popular fifty, five, thirty, nine, six, percent undecided, and given all of the very controversial thing she said to do with Covid nineteen that's a pretty remarkable number. It really is it's really impressive and if you look at the not sure on that, it's six percent that's pretty low number. Of people have decided, they either supported or they don't and only thirty nine percent have disapproved on her. A little a little worrying for Democrats however is the matchup for president on the vote and right now, the poll shows that Biden Forty, eight, forty four with another seven percent going to other candidates or undecided. At this point. I find that number a little bit too tight but that's they could be problematic especially for Gary. Peters is probably going to run behind Joe Biden a little bit at least in the election. Of the however, the the numbers for the Senate race show Peters on top forty, seven, thirty nine, which is where it's been all along at. That's about where it has been and he's you know he's been rolling out his ads and I i. think he's looking pretty good you. I'd mentioned though about the survey that it was taken before Donald Trump's really bad week. So I don't know that Joe Biden and Donald Trump quite that tight i. if it was taken today, we knew it would tighten up after the convention though you know we knew that Joe Biden wouldn't hold ten plus points on Donald Trump the whole season. The other numbers that I found especially interesting in very problematic is that most people when asked about who they would support for the Vision Supreme Court which is a very important election. Most people were not sure seventy six percent unsure of the candidates of the leading candidate with eight percent was the chief justice bridget Mary. McCormack. And she has the advantage on the ballot. You'll appear as Bridget Mary McCormack Justices Supreme Court she'll have the designation that is almost automatic reelection for once you get past her. All over the place. Between the other candidates who have no party identification no labels are running on a nonpartisan ballot. So. That's going to require some real effort on the part of both political parties of the Republicans are really going to be pushing. Mary Kelly because she's got a great name. Irish names always work well, when running for judge and for the Democrats Elizabeth well to the attorney out of grand rapids guests a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. She she's at two percent there she really needs to. We've gotTA move those numbers. Yeah. They're just everybody a two percent five, percent three percent. Basically it was I. don't know was the answer and people are probably going to be looking to their friends to their their influence network. At. The last second to figure out who to vote for what is interesting though because we are mostly going to be mailing at our dining room tables. Instead of a the the polls people will have time to do some research. And a lot of people will probably go online and find out who the hell are these people. I don't know what kind of impact that will have but at least people build to make a little bit more informed vote yeah. I think the county parties need to start getting their Their voting cards out now or they're voting guides whatever you WANNA call it that they they hand out and they say he's are supported candidates because at this point in Michigan, you should have all of those candidates identified primaries are over we've had our endorsements. So at this point, we should be able to sit down and say, okay, you know show Ozzy County. Democratic Party. Endorses these candidates and however it is you get those out into the hands of your voters. You have to do it much earlier. This year than you've had to in the past because people are going to start voting pretty soon to push your million them, which should be the other challenge to couple other findings in the poll will have the link to the full poll on site, of course, seventy percent support for mandatory masks for people who are in indoor facilities, businesses, government buildings in Grocery Stores Seventy percent support twenty, five percent opposed while to twenty, five percent off allowed, and then the governor's getting pretty strong approval on. Her handling of the pandemic and majority opposed the idea of taking away her emergency power. So she can continue to her job, the opposition to this petition drive, which is led by Mike Shirke. The Senate Majority Leader Fifty, three percent oppose thirty, six, percent support, and given the strange way Michigan's constitution is set up even though most of the people don't want this thing, a minority of voters in Michigan can make this happen because they've got a cooperative legislature and I think that's why we're seeing all of these people come out and say be careful what you sign because you being lied to about what these these petitions are. The Michigan numbers are just beginning of the good news for Joe, Biden. Over the last few days some high profile Michigan Republicans are riding with Biden including former governor Rick Snyder. Former. County Congressman David Trott and longtime GOP operative Bob'll brandt another former member of Congress Joe Schwarz had endorsed Biden and former Michigan Republican Party Executive Director Jeff Timor is one of the leaders of the Anti Trump Lincoln project. I'm really fascinated by the disconnect between the traditional leaders of the Republican Party not just in Michigan but nationally and the rank and file. You would think with all of these Republican leaders you know people like John Casick and Rick. Snyder. Endorsing Joe Biden, that more Republicans would be following yet, the polling shows Donald Trump maintains very, very high approval amongst Republican voters..

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"She was speaking out on behalf of all women that are under these attacks all the time in public life and you know you mentioned governor Whitmer. You kind of expect a certain kind of attack against a woman in executive office. I think how Mike this traded. Jennifer Granholm certainly set an example for Mike Shirke and the way that he works with Gretchen Whitmer Mike Bishop was terrible to Jennifer Granholm even so much as like running from her when she tried to shake his hand. Just that was a bad relationship, but it's not just the big three in office. Look at how Sirkin. Rejected Anna middling appointment to the Natural Resources Commission saying now. We know there was stuff going on behind the scenes, but his statement on that was that she couldn't make tough decisions. Give me a break and there's a reason that senator. Grab ass thought it was okay to get off gross with Allison. Donahue Senator mcmorris Melissa Osborne because is because you know in something in your workplace is acceptable whether it's in the roles or not, you know when something is accepted, and when something is it and if you do something and assume you're not going to have consequences, it's because there's culture there. That says it's acceptable. And it isn't just words. While remember at the protests where there are people carrying Naked Barbie dolls that were supposed to represent Gretchen whitmer. Nobody would do that with a Kendall. Semi Rick Rick Snyder could should be that lucky actually comes pretty hunky. Will have the full speech by AO. See on our website. If you haven't seen it, it's really it's a very remarkable. You'd have to be a fan to appreciate what she said. I'm not her biggest supporter or big booster, but what she said in the way she behaved on the floor of the House of Representatives. I thought was quite remarkable resentment over the governor's use. Use of emergency powers. The health emergency has brought one right wing effort that has a chance of success, a petition drive to repeal the Emergency Powers Act even though the governor's performance has the support of the vast majority of Michigan voters, Republican seal way around the public will collect about four hundred and fifty thousand petition signatures and Jim a veto-proof bill through the legislature. Campaign Committee has been formed to fight that effort the keep Michigan Safe Committee one of the leaders of that group physician and former Republican Congressman Joe. Schwarz Dr Schwartz. What is your boat and try to get this petition overturned I of the courts, and if not in the court, so that the legislature doesn't pass it well, there are several one is a physician I think we have to be very very careful. And If we use Texas and California and Florida's examples, we know we have to be careful in opening things wide right now. The Cobra Virus is very infectious. It's ubiquitous now and we know the effect it can have one on people, especially senior citizens, and now we're seeing it because of some of the inability of some of our youngsters to save that you you really, it's a good idea to wear a mask and end the socially distance. We're seeing it in younger people as well. But this is a worldwide pandemic and I think in many ways because. A lot of Americans. Have never had to go through this before I mean. It's been a hundred years hundred two years since the last pandemic of any kind, really truly pandemic. They don't understand what we're going through. The consequences can be dire i. mean dire enough as it is so what I'm trying to say, come on, let's use our heads. We have the best science in the world. We will come up with ways to defeat this and we will. And I cannot define really, but we will ultimately come up with a vaccine. So let's not get out there and it'd be close to each other. Not Wear Masks. Do all of the things that the reputable? Public Health people epidemiologist. My religious are telling us not to do what they're telling. US is correct, and we should follow their lead as a fishing yourself. There's a perception that only old people are really at risk for this virus, but it would seem especially now what we're seeing in. Florida Texas California that it. Really it's all age groups that are at risk. Oh, yeah, all all age groups are at. At risk, it's just a matter of how it started and where it was introduced. I and of course we know that in the nursing home community there was a tremendous number of cases and fatalities early on in this, and there still are problems, but nothing like they used to be what we are now seeing is because of I think some some lack of of good epidemiological behavior. On the part of young people and you and I understand being young people because I was one. Yeah, once a long time ago, but I look at it and say I just could have been me. It was so many years ago. I might have been doing the same thing. They're exposing themselves because they're not socially distancing. Wearing masks there attending social events like the one in the in the bar up at at at East lansing or the Lake Nona and CASS county. Torch Lake up north the same, and they're not doing any of the things that they have been warned. About been told about time after time after time. And the outcome. In other words the increase in cases in that age group was foretold with that sort of behaviour. And now it's happening okay on the politics of this for this to become law. Basically they have to collect three hundred, forty, thousand plus valid signatures in a relatively short period of time because I want to get to the legislature this year. If this hangs over into next year that I'm sure the conservative Republicans that the at the State House may flip and they won't feel to get past. Even if they get into their in December. By then, should we have this under control as sort of like closing the barn door after the horses out? No then. I mean that's a conservation devoutly to be wished. That we haven't under control in December and perhaps we even have a vaccine by December. That's one thing you could hope for. And that's one thing You keep fighting, keep fighting, keep fighting, but the fact of the matter is for those of us who who take a realistic look at this. You just can't open up willy? Nilly, now you can't do it I would love to have everything open I like nothing more than going to my favorite bar and having a beer and a chili dog I can't do that now. Because I I. Don't man my age I simply don't want to expose myself to the virus, and and all of us equality to the virus. and. We have to think that way. We're not I mean some of us are, but enough of us are not and really got to get the whole. Get Ahold of the situation. It seems to that the long term implications of this really haven't been thought of very seriously because it's not just about this particular situation. This is about the next emergency too well, and there will be another emergency. It will be another emergency I mean. We saw something just last week in the news media. If you read, I would say deeply enough into some articles. There's another virus. It seems to be a rising China. And, who knows what it is and? How how infectious it is, but people should be should be aware of the fact. That especially in these these hugely popular countries like China and India, the chance that a viral disorder or bacterial disorder could come out of those countries. Is there every day?.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"Us. I m. e had some follow ups. That conversation with will he had an idea for you guys for us? so I think that we should put together. A snapback tournament art snapback team for TBT next year. Ready for the roster. At! Point Guard Joe Schwarz. Shooting Guard Trayvon Jackson. Three guard Jay Williams Niyaz holding up and he's ready to go Jay. For us. I guess you and I can play for need can head coach Tom. At the four are big man and The roster still embedded. Nonetheless, I think that base of a roster. We got a chance at the million. What are the rules? No, no MBA right. Obviously I don't know Joe. Johnson Joe Johnson, isn't it? Akeem Butler deeper. He's alive receiver in that foul, but he's a WHO. Burke Jack, clarity. I think we could maybe convinced Derek whyte to retire. We could. Potentially we could be like hey. Derek set aside in that extension that you're up for probably not. Just McGregor. Just retired. Speaking of what you see back thing. I saw a tweet that gym, time or something. Didn't see that did not see that FAM-. Let's get into ranked. Today's ranked. We are ranking the best appetizers. Of all time, our favorite APPs we are a had the whole entree appetizer debate conversation. I. REALLY DEBATE BUT WE'RE GONNA rank our top three. This'll be on snapback. Pat On instagram. Make sure to rank your top three in the graphically post. My number three is. A cheese and meat board sure Kuri to be specific nothing better well. There's two things better that are my less but. An excellent excellent appetizer, great to share with the friends and family. They got jams, nuts olives. You got everything different types of meats, different types of Jesus normally accompanied by a Nice Christina back yet. He's a meat board. She's For me. That doesn't really I'm not really like. That's an appetizer restaurant more. That's like a mom. Put on your mom Fabio our. On the licensure, less wrong or not, my number three and this is a switch, because originally we going to do appetizers you share, but you can't share this one. A favorite since I was a kid French onion soup. Absolutely love French on Zoo flab. That cal. No if that can I get it before my entree count like ninety nine percent positive you look at the menu it's says appetizers and soups, and then says salads that is something that is one hundred percent and appetizer. You get it before the meal French. Cop there's a cop. Bowl and sometimes bowl of soup is your main. You're getting. If you get a soup for your entree, you're you're just. All I'm saying is French on in soup is the most overrated appetizer of all time. Because you just eat the cheese. No one actually likes the onion soup LAKOTA dustbowl from the. Couldn't even you couldn't be more wrong French onion soup. Lick that thing dry and pick off the burke's number two. I'm at the site. was number two and number one here? Number two. This is tough. It's more like one B. I fucking love Kalmari I absolutely love Calamari, always love split or non. He's ordered for the most fire I'll give you that ratio score limit on it. Marinara sauce I love Calamar. First choice for me. It was absolutely it's my biggest problem. Neuro, I'm saying like I mean we're obviously going to get some Kalmar together coming up soon but I can never find someone to partner with, and then it's a bit too big to take down by yourself too expensive, but I like that pick actually was my number. Four was my original number. Three board surpass. It was GONNA be my honorable mention. I admire number two. Is outlasted agro specifically from Chile's. Love. They just hit different, the fried towards t I. would it be mad if you said like? Some type of egg roll in general, because there's very different like you can get cheese gag that so good you have like. They're like like. Asian eggrolls. That's my that's what do they have? What do they have? PK like the avocado something girls that are. Those are exactly what the southwestern I? Makes like ten times better. Man has guess what they have. Some. Dipping saw Oh, we don't even think we've told the fan about. The number one. Best Take I've ever had in my life and Jack in agree with this and so. On the Pie. Nonetheless, there's no better anything in the food world than any type of sauce that is orange. Just definitely, said this forge cola man. See Mayo Thousand Max. Aren't i. don't care what the name is. It? Whatever. On Number One I`Ma Yeah my number one. And this came to me in the moment, not in the moment while we were planning this list, I was like this has to be Crab Pretzel. Is a Baltimore thing to Maryland thing. This is just another. Just another ranked see. We did last week. No, the hotel rooms, Austat what I took it out this one I'm running away. Grab not even close Crab Kratz! Oh! Crap Pretzel All Right? Everyone loves the Pretzel Right Know When you get a Pretzel, and you get the cheese dipping sauce vary rated. Okay but I'm talking about. Get it ordered at dinner. That's this on crack. You get crab. You get cheese. You get some old bay on there and some dipping sauce. You're seriously going to sit here and tell me if I give you one appetizer for the rest of your life. It's a crab pretzel out telling you. You would pick that if you ate them, but it's your number one. So if I, gave you one appetizer for the rest of your life. It's Crap Pretzel that's correct Jesus my number one so easy. Everyone loves.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Before turning your hand to fiction and I'm just wondering how did that transition about what's the some sort of casualness it made you think. I just must try my hand at writing a novel yeah. The catalyst was called a midlife crisis. And what happened was I turn fifty I've been at my fam law firm Whereas partner for twenty five years and I just thought to myself why do I WANNA do with the rest of my life? and I always wanted to write. I'd always been a reader and I bought something I wanted to try my hand dad and I always had this notion that I wanted to live more than one life on this earth and I've been on a particular trajectory for you know fifty years and I thought I'd try something completely different than so. I resigned my law firm partnership my wife did the same. She's also a lawyer and we pulled up stakes. We left La. We moved to Santa Fe New Mexico and I sound started writing. Fantastic just like that. That's amazing so now you've got to rising names that you work on. The CIA graves has written three match. Praise books on the Dick McTaggart crimes theories and then you've also got literary and historical fiction that you're right under the name of see Joseph Grade so I guess those two nine hundred just simply to differentiate those two different John Lewis Ave. Yeah so there's a bit of a back story to that which I'll be happy to tell you. I'm in Santa Fe. Now the year is two thousand six and I'm as I said writing this first novel which was my first Jack McTaggart novel. It was called Hush money and it took me about two years to right. I was really teaching myself how to write a novel and when it was finished I did. What all New Novels do which is to try to find the literary agent in New York and so I sent a query letters various agents in New York and I've received Forum rejection letters back and I probably sent out thirty letters. Probably got back thirty rejections. In the meantime I finished that novel and I'd start on my second novel and the second novel I wrote was something completely radic fan than the first person sort of sunny humorous Lawyer detective novel. Which was the first novel. Hush money the second novel was was based on a true crime That happened in the US in the nineteen thirties. It was a case I just stumbled upon and interested me a lot of research into and so that was calls hard twisted and it was a very different book. Third Person Very Dark Very greedy much more literary and a by two thousand and ten. I had written two novels. I was now four years into this experiment but I still had no agent and no publisher and so what I did was. I entered both of my manuscripts in a writing contest. It was called the southwest writers international writing contest and the year that I entered. There were six hundred and eighty entries in the contest and like a long story. Short hard twisted came in second and hush money came when I yeah so as a result of that I suddenly had a number of Asians contacting me offering to represent me I ended up signing with David Black Asian seeing the work and We sold the first mystery novel. Hush money to Saint Martins minute tar in a multi book deal and then we sold standalone Gritty historical novel to Bloomsbury But they didn't want to use the name Chuck Graves which are used on the first novel Because there was such radically different novels. They'd want there'd be reader confusion so We I didn't WANNA use a pen name. And if the mystery writing didn't work out ended up being you know Joe Schwarz for the rest of my life. So we reached a compromise where we use variations of my name. So that's a long way of saying that my mystery novels are written by Chuck Raves. And my other non mystery novels are under the name. See Joseph Graves remarkable that you could get I and seeking like that after having really not been able to stimulate mattress. That just shows you. That probably didn't even really weighed things. Yeah you know I. It's a really funny business. It's hard to break into and there's there's a big element of luck to it I think there are a lot of the world is full of really talented writers who never got their break and the world is full of really mediocre. Awful sewer are quite successful. That's just the way it is. Yeah so jackass as a lovely character. He's replaceable. He's thought about roguish ref around the edges. My school in the legal formalities. But but he's kind of got a heart of gold. I had the feeling when I was reading. It's almost like a wish fulfillment thing that you wished that no awards and able guys like Jack to make a living. But that doesn't is there any sort of choice in that suspicion? Well you know I. I think the Jack Taggart character probably my fantasy self. Jack Smarter Than Me. Funnier than me and better looking than me but other than that. There's a bit of me in there for sure In the first off. I'm not sure which one you're at but hush money was the first novel to make say because I like. Oh Yeah thank you Well the first novel takes place. He's a he's a a partner he he's he's sort of being tested for partnership At this at this White Shoe Law Firm in Pasadena California. That kind of describes law firm I worked at The fiction law firm was called handler. Grove The real law firm I worked at was called Han and Han in Pasadena so I sorta use my old law firm You know as a model for the setting and you know to a certain extent Jack has made. I find that writing Jack. Mctaggart novels Comes quite naturally to me Writing in the first person handwriting. That sorta breezy voice comes quite naturally to me Whereas when I write the other novels in the third person and try to be more literary I really have to work at it So I'd much rather just spend all my days writing the McTaggart novels but also have this. This notion that I want to be a serious novelist. You know write the great American novel so. I tried to do that when I'm not doing. Jack. That's lovely. Jack is about to become a full book series. I think one of the things I enjoyed about the books is that each one the headquartered interesting backdrop kind of Environment that the story takes place and then you get quite a lot of background information about those environment. So whether it's show drums thing or an upmarket winery or political campaigning. This quite a lot of extra information that comes with the action and the characterization and I wondered if you really did yourself have crystal understanding connections with those words before you write about them with you had to start from scratch and Research Them I. The answer is it was the former so the conceit there is that I try to take Jack and and Plunkett into An alien environment and they can fish out of water. 'cause Jack is real blue collar guy. He didn't grow up with a slipper spoon in his mouth but he finds himself in these Very sort of high end settings as you said in the world of equestrian show jumping or in the World Valley winemaking And as an outsider. He can kind of make fun of Of of those worlds a little bit But in as far as I'm concerned as a writer I am writing sort of what I know so. For example I did belong to an English. Riding Club in Los Angeles Called the Flint Ridge Rock and I am a kind of a wine guy. I you know a lot of wine tourism and in fact now I actually right now. so Those are world that I knew and politics. I was always interested in politics. And what in Pasadena I was the The campaign Treasure and campaign adviser for a friend who who ran for city council successfully so I had some exposure with all those worlds and I thought they were all interesting enough that it would it. Make good settings for Jack and Equity a good foil for the characters he might be in those types of settings. Yeah Yeah so. You've already explained a little bit about how you're trying to lure experienced student or the books. I have seen Refrains to a particular case with the The Weinstein Family Wine Company. You did have a case to yourself. That was relevant to that plotline today. sort of at the beginning of that book. There's there's a story it's not the main story in the book but it's sort of Jack's entry into the Into the case and it's a case in which A wealthy person dies and leaves behind two wives. Okay Jan In the book one of those. Why the person who dies is a film executive? And he you know media mogul and he leaves behind a wife and a mistress. Both of whom claim to be the wife and the mistress sues the life for half of a half of the deceased's estate. And that's how jackets and to Then that whole Napa Valley scene I had a case just like that I had a prominent citizen Client who passed away and behind two wives and That was quite an interesting case and thought that a fun way to sort of kick the call. So yes I have used actual Cases from my practice not too often and never is the main storyline. But I've used them. I had a very interesting Law Practice represented Interesting people including.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"We'RE THE THIRTY SECOND. Pick in the two thousand eighteen. Nfl draft the Baltimore. Ravens Select Lamar Jackson in the two thousand seventeen. Nfl draft Pittsburgh steelers select TJ linebacker. Kost pick in two thousand seventeen drive to New Orleans. Select Alvin Kamara running back Tennessee back. Welcome to the NFL. Pa snapback sports POD WE PARTNER WITH THEM which was super awesome. We sat down and talked to a Hook Them. Yes Texas longhorn legend Malcolm Roads defensive tackle big men affront. Little known. Fact is that he was actually a skill position player. Then he was a linebacker. He's moved all around you so fresh raw at the DT position. I'm super excited to see what he can do. In the League. We talked all things. How come we talked is Texas back obviously and we talked about his future in the NFL. I can't wait for you guys to hear it. Let's get it super excited to welcome Malcolm Roach University of Texas at Austin. A COMBINES LARRY O. First Longhorn ever on the PODCAST. Markham honored to have you man. How's it going good? I appreciate you guys have known the show no problem. Let's take a look. This is the second Longhorns your shaded our boy. Joe Well that's true we do have a friend Joe Schwarz who played for the basketball team. But we're talking like everyone knows. Jodi there's words but we're talking. Nfl level Longhorn. So Malcolm let's just kick it off with the question. Everyone's been waiting for are. We backed all well. I think we're headed in the right direction. You know this year. It wasn't what we wanted to be but I think every year we're headed in the right direction. Term is doing a great job either buying into the culture more and more every year so The where we put in work guys and I'm not putting a don't show on the field. You know up you guys down to the question. Yeah obviously want me to answer it. No Aves not going to get the answer. I'm GonNa Answer is yes you're like you said we are moving in the right direction. Which is the important part and honestly without injuries. We probably would have had a much better season. You look at you know. One of our first Games. We probably played L. I know what I'm saying way I'd invite you probably play. Lsu Out of every team honesty in the entire country better than Clemson gave him the National Championship. Alr- game tough Ron. But we had him on the roads. We really dead so I think injuries aside. We are moving in the right direction. Yea Come out these machines. Fish taken care of well You know a lot of sportsmen grape plant time and things like that so know moving on for the future. I think they're going to be pretty good true. I cool so fast forward through the college experience into the Nfl Pa collegiate bowl so you got a chance to go to the collegial and From what we've heard it was a great experience you learn a lot. You get identifying game. What was the collegiate all like for you? It was a great experience. You know it was. It was nothing like I thought it would be You know I was going up there. You know Going to be in Kelly. You know going to be able to enjoy myself when it would. You were busy but he was good busy. Learning from you know guys in the NFL. I was in the NFL. You know learning from people in the PTA Whichever to do as a rookie which able to do like well. How has your back and things like that but also learn about things my life at the football and a guy like The guy that runs the show all American who does so all Americans based off. Check that Hell. Yeah he was able to come back and talk to us and things like that so It was it was. It was bad being in a great experience. And know got to meet with a lot of teams and just showcase your town teams. Where's there was there any point during the whole NFL? I mean the clear process where you're like maybe a little starstruck at something when I was talking to you. Just like wow. I can't believe that I'm getting advice from from south I had When out within non in a meeting room earn you know you're sitting down in a meeting room with actual NFL coaches and you're going through meeting but NFL goes through and you just said there okay again real now you know he's not really talking to me and you know and they just they just not shoe company they really keeping it real what you like action on a team put him you know? Go into the game. We had the mindset that it was a real game we leading up to the game so That's what I was kind of just sending the means and you know The coach really coaching us up. And we know not donor for a paycheck. We're actually going out. Be a competitive trying to win. I feel like that's like a very underrated. Part of the whole like trying to get to the league part is like yeah you meet with these teams and teams are people are phrasing like yeah. He met with so. And so that's a job interview but it's not just like a casual DA- pup have some launch like it's a legitimate job interview so you said you met with a whole bunch of teams and you met with all the head coaches specifically or most of them. Most of the coaches. I met with a lot of scouts and a lot of you. Know people at that position coaches and Bianco is you can quarter and things like that You know really didn't try to combine also right so I have a question about a few coaches. Let's start off with Mr Bill L. CHECK. Let's see like You know I really don't know what you like. You know everybody has their own with me. But I didn't know he's a winner You know and they say they have a good coach over the New England show Pays because you know they win. Gmc like what about Andy? Reid did you get the chance to meet him to read. I feel like it would be like meaning Santa Claus Malcolm Sedan. Like you said you answer the combine and can I just mention to everyone? Listening Malcolm was moving. I didn't know you had that four eight four. I was watching you sleep. Yeah a big man moving like that. I don't watch Texas football I do. I've never seen him with the opportunity. Just full out sprint for forty yards. Where is that speak? Come from now all my life. I've been pretty fast nerve older brother. He played cornerback. All my friends play like skills with business like that. So you know young plan in the street I was always bigger than a guy so I had to catch them and things like that so It would it would just a natural talent. I had to be fast. Because I've been around fastball my life so you know going out there and running I knew I was going to run a time 'cause I've been doing it all my life I wouldn't suck back so so. You're you've done very dependent on your speed of some sort but obviously you play on a d line. You have to get to the quarterback in more ways than one. Would you take more enjoyment out of running through offense of Wyman putting him on a disease or making a mess and maybe doing a swim? Move and just leave him in the dust and using your speeds. It's quarterback I had to say own offense around just because I feel like anybody's able to go out there and you know this off mom and you know win like that but It takes like true wheel power dominate Moan at Graham So again what I just run it through all sorts and putting them on their ass. I love that so let me ask you about the combine. So was there any that was like we see all those rumors all those crazy stories and I know they. Prep you for stuff like that. The Wild questions you might get asked did you actually get asked.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"They reach out all the time when I told them that I was sick and I was like. I'm not going to be able to teach right now. Like really sick. Several of them just sent me money anyways because they knew I needed it right so they were like no worries. Like just. Hit me up when you're feeling better. Here's one hundred bucks for the lesson we would have had. Don't don't worry about it right. That's that's amazing. Like thank you so much for doing that. Yeah I mean just see you know. We did a tour with mister big few years ago when Paul Gilbert in between shows or before the shows he told me as about fifty students that works. That's Paul Gilbert. He's it doesn't get much more professional than that as far as just a great musician. So I think like you said. Teaching is an aptitude. And if you can do it. I don't care if you're Freddie Mercury or Joe Schwarz at the Home Depot. If you could do it people want to see do it. Then that's that's cool. Yeah and I got. I got really lucky. Like I have about thirty to forty students every week. And they're always very consistent and I've gotten so many students to grow exponentially with their voice and it's phenomenal to get to see somebody go from wanting to saying to singing so well and they're like. I think I can actually join this band now. Right gigs and record this album and I helped my students write songs and I help them. Figure out how to get gigs and tour and what that looks like. And it's very different when you're singing for fun versus singing every single night for two hours tonight as the very different focal regime so So yeah so I got really really lucky with all of that. And a non back to being healthy and swam to of chilling in lockdown. Going all right well. I guess I'm still stuck in orientation we'll let me ask you this normally. Obviously you never ask a lady this. But how old are you? Oh I never liked to say this. But that's only because the entertainment world's girl in your in your late. Twenties early thirties somewhere in that area. Yeah I'm thirty four thirty five. That's the reason why I'm asking. This is once again. The reason why is because it's very important so people hear this. Because I think one of the misconceptions is that you won't catch corona virus unless you're in your sixties or seventies or you have pre existing conditions and here is a very healthy vibrant early thirties. Woman who catches this disease so I think that's very it's very important to let people know that antibody is susceptible to this. Yes and here's the scariest part about it. Is that my story that I just told you about high experienced. It is mild. That is a very mild case. What I experienced. It wouldn't even be classified as something to be concerned about in the metal world. Even though I became terrified at one point and was unable to walk and was struggling to brief this is mild and I work out all the time and I eat a plant based diet predominantly not one hundred percent but try and I don't have any pre consisting illnesses or conditions. I'm very much healthy. And in my case was mild and it was difficult to get through. That was not an easy illness was really taken back by how difficult that was. So anytime I come across someone including my parents even who likes to go. It's no big deal. We're all GONNA get it. It's what I'm like. Yeah really don't get it like do everything you can to not catch this. Because it's it's not easy. It's a very difficult illness. It's not like anything I had experienced before. It does not feel like a regular cold which makes me wonder how this got started. Because I don't understand where this came from exactly The Spurs the disease itself or where. You actually picked it up now. The disease itself like it felt so different than a regular cold and There's a lot of conspiracy theories as to like why this got started. You know is it because they were eating. Bats is because it came from a lab. Is this chemical warfare. You know and your mind can absolutely jump to all these fears of like. Oh my gosh. Is this the new war? Were you reading a lot online and kind of watching the news? Let me ask you. This was the first. Did you go online quite a bit to research? So I'm a researcher to do I. I don't know why I'm this live. I I went to Penn State University or Environmental Economic Policy And basically it was a bachelor's of science and so all I did was research and.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"To eat and maybe more importantly choices about what not to eat. And you don't have to look very far to find a lot of people offering advice to you on what you should and should not not including your diet. The problem is that there is so much advice in often contradictory advice and also advice. That doesn't seem to make any sense. It's it's hard to know who's right. Every Diet has success stories of people who have lost weight or live to a hundred but who knows if they kept the weight it off and who knows if the reason they lifted one hundred had anything to do with the Diet and who knows if the Diet is even safer something. You should try still bill. Despite all the Wacky Diet advice there is science and yes. Even the science about nutrition and Diet can be confusing. But it's probably a good good place to start in understanding what to eat especially if you have someone who can sift through all the science and make it understandable and that's just who we have today. Dr Joe. Schwarz is director of McGill University's Office for Science and society which is dedicated to demystifying science. I Anson separating sense from nonsense and he's author of a book called a grain of salt the science and pseudoscience of what we eat. I Joe thanks for coming on today high. So why do you think people are so confused about what to eat well. Generally there's such an of information formation that comes at us every day that people have a difficult time knowing what to believe what not to believe and it isn't the only only from self-proclaimed bloggers but also the science itself can be confusing because there's so many articles that are published you know there's about five appear reviewed scientific papers published every minute of every single day. Some of which are very good at some are very bad. Most of them are mediocre but The interpretation of these Papers as far as the public is concerned is very difficult. And they are left at the mercy of the media to interpret these and Very often often Reporters are are not so adept at understanding the science and they'd sensationalized stories. You know people. Legitimate are confused is because you know they hear well one they. Butter is bad for us. We should not beating saturated fats. We should be switching to margin than you find out. Margarine contains transfats. We shouldn't be eating that and they get the impression that scientists to know what they're talking about and that is actually not correct because the size of nutrition and can deliver a lot of very valuable information. It's true that we never come to an absolute conclusion. That's that's science is is not the white or black. It's very gray. And we constantly modify but the basic tenets are really quite sound when we tell people just to watch their overall calorie intake to watch their saturated fat intake to minimize added sugar and eat lots of fruits and vegetables and that has not changed But you know when when people go online All they'll find all kinds of miracles one day they are told that celery juice if the answer to all of their problems and it's certainly understandable that that People are confused by all of this. They don't know whom to believe who not to believe in but it isn't always that extreme. It isn't either it's all scientific or it celery juice. There's a lot of in the middle of one day. Coffee is good for you next day. Coffee Shop at absolute. That's alright all right. That's where I think people really get. Confused is because because there's arguments on both sides. There are arguments on both sides but it is rare at the arguments on both sides have equal validity. And you know this is something that is very difficult in journalism because journalists in in Journalism school are taught always to give both sides of the of the issue. The traditional problem that comes up they'll interview an expert on one side and an expert on the other side and then write an article on it and it it Seems as if the two sides have equal validity which is very are you rarely the case it usually is an instance where majority of the scientific community is behind one and Some outliers are behind ninety other so you always have to take a look at the big picture. One single study doesn't mean anything in science. You have to take a look at all of the studies. These and Don't carry into that but Jake Cherry Tree couple of Cherries Mash them together. And see what that That delivers so since your book is called a grain of salt. Let's start there. Let's talk about salt because there are conflicting theories out there that a assault is bad for you be that that salt is only a risk for people who already have or are predisposed to high blood pressure. It can can make it worse but it has no effect on people who don't have high blood pressure and see that salts okay so so who's right chemicals Whether it's alter or sugar or whatever else you want to talk about or not good or bad. There's no such thing as a safe or dangerous. Chemical they're safe or dangerous ways to use them and Context is very important. Amounts are very important amounts matter. It's not a question of eating in Salt nutty thing so we have to look at how much salt and there's a plethora of evidence for cutting back on the amount of salt that most North Americans beat the current recommendation is about twenty three hundred milligrams of of sodium a day that's roughly translates relates to To a teaspoon of salt north Americans eat far more than that Most of them have double that or you know fifty percents more more than that and we know that that is linked to high blood pressure. And we do to cut down on that and other issue. Is that the foods that have have High Sodium content generally or poor nutritional foods for other reasons as well they tend to be highly processed and to have a lot of sugar as as well so cutting back on salt but certainly not eliminating. It's because salt is essentially electrolyte You know that for example you know. Marathon runners will lose who's sodium and they have to replenish it But the average North American consumes way too much sodium and There's no question that that is linked to high blood. Pressure and high blood pressure is a significant risk factor for stroke and for A heart attack. What is the current science? Say about artificial sweeteners. As far as safety goes there's no real risk. There are number of artificial sweeteners that got earned the market today. The most widely used ones or aspartame sucralose now food additives before they go onto the market have to pass through who whole range of regulatory hoops and hurdles. It's not a question of a company saying well. You know this thing pay sweet. I think we'll attitude to food. No it's on. It isn't like that in Canada Health Canada veteran relates this and the US is it is the FDA and they have to be satisfied of the risk benefit NFL profile as with any other component of food it is possible for individuals to have an idiosyncratic reaction to an additive. So for example example is possible that people will get a headache from aspartame. It's very rare but it's it's possible so you can never ensure that that anything anything any aspect of our food supply safe and everyone because people are biochemical individual but as far as the study go there really is no safety issue now. That being said I'm not a fan of artificial sweeteners. One is that they have not done what they were supposed to do. which is to reduce the right of obesity in North America? That hasn't happened. Artificial sweeteners have been around for a long time. ASPECT MS sucralose sales have skyrocketed rocketed since about nineteen eighty and yet we do not see any effect on on the rate of obesity. Now exactly why. That is a matter of some debate Some researchers suggest that Using artificial sweeteners just increases or taste for sweets in general and that people have been. We'll eat other other sweet stuff and increase caloric intake The other possibility is that You know someone will be so so pleased with themselves for having put an artificial sweetener into their coffee that they will reward themselves by having that piece of cake with the coffee that they might not have had hat had they put sugar in coffee and cake will have more calories than it than the sugar would have had so I think in general artificial sweeteners are not the answer to the obesity. Problem But I don't think they pose a significant risk to health there a lot. There's been a lot of talk lately about out. Sugar and how horrible sugar is and it is you know the new devil and And so what do you say. Well it's the added sugar. That's the the problem Sugar that is present is the natural component of fruits and vegetables is not the issue sugar that is at at the soft drinks for example is these as who When you consider sugar sweetened soft drink contains about forty grams of sugar? And that is the amount that according to the World Health Organization station should be the sum total of all the added sugars that we consume during a day. So just want soft drink will put you at at that limit and and Sugar is linked to Overweight it's linked to obesity and turn. Obesity is linked to increased risk of heart disease stroke stroke and several types of cancer. That's that's quite clear so we certainly do need to cut back on the amount of sugar that that we're consuming in North America America. It's not a question of totally eliminating it As I said no no single food should be looked at as an angel or devil but Consumption Thompson is what we need to look at. We're talking about the science of nutrition today and we're talking with Dr Joe Schwarz. His book is called a grain of salt..

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"There's just an extra Jersey number forty one and <hes> so the question is you're Kinda like Kobe in Jordan in a sense like number forty one Joe Schwarz taxes is like the Greatest D. One basketball player ever so right but then number twenty five has all the experience so which which is the better version forty one or twenty five. That's a tough question. I think if we're just talking I mean statistically I think you have to go with forty more than the stats and the numbers don't lie don't lie though Oh so forty-one would would be the one I would go with but I I have to say for being a six three private school shooting going coming from a decently decently Athletic Family Dad Played College Ball. Mom Played Sports in high school and I mean brother was all intermural Morterero. I mean this kid. I think I have a lot of Texas year. Just all the Dr Fits in Suffolk get. That kid has more intermural championships than anyone. I know it's a volley water volleyball sand volleyball softball flag football. I mean this kid was I actually lived with him. <hes> his senior year my junior year in four nights a week this kid so I got real this intermural that I thirty tonight and I'm like thirty what receiving yards of points I mean I couldn't keep up with the sports. He was flying but <hes> no..

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"We Watch that game in your basement together yeah. I think that was a year. The Eagles didn't make the playoffs playoffs in the Ravens did and then we watch like the ravens game or something there but I remember being in your basement for that game and then the infamous when he went to the Super Bowl too. I'm just here so I won't get fined like marshawn. Lynch is an absolute go. He was obese on the field. Also oh so marshawn Lynch. We're GONNA miss you. Feel free to come back with your anteks. Actually you know what we should replace Jason Witten on Monday night football with marshawn Lynch. Oh my God that would be legendary. Bush game play of his career is not getting the ball on the goalline actually yeah but like out of all the beasts quake against the saints in the was unbelievable. The the final thing is well two things one lynch in comparison to like career milestones statistics. You have like D. Wade two time N._B._A.. Finals champion or three time Champ Finals M._v._p.. Dirk Finals M._v._p.. Each route like the most hits for whatever gronk one of the greatest titans ever lynch like a very good running back but Lynch 'cause you know how they feel about drafting running backs high. I said the giants even though saquon generational talent town they shouldn't take him 'cause you can't do anything with the star running back. He is my warn guy. I always pull out the stat in the past decade. There's only been one team that a top five running back to win the Super Bowl and that is lynched the year they what it so. It couldn't go to call you out in front of a Real Sports Fan Marshall Richmond twelve are shown Lynch went twelfth all right sorry top-five running back by stats all. I thought your nurse Semi my point. Is that like you actually don't need like running back by committee works just as well. The Patriots won like five doing the eagles same deal with your your boy la- Garrett <unk> J. Jaggi in court <unk> touchdown he was he was undrafted. Rookie point is don't draft Ernie Max Hi that wraps up the real sports awards. Thank you guys for listening definitely go check out our pod add on instagram. We'll have some fun fun debates and we want to hear your opinion so we're really yeah get creative with these responses. I WanNa have some good banter before we head into our special first time interview Joe Schwarz just a special mansion to Harry's Harry's is great great for shaving. They have unbelievable trials for you. Guys Terry's DOT COM backslash blue. Just check it out like honestly I started shaving last year I tried Harry's pretty legit Scott Oven and and blue wire are has some nice stuff so they have good deals so check out Harrys Dot Com backslash blue now. Let's get to the interview now. Introducing the unreal sports podcast first career guests a six three shooting guard from the University of Texas Joe Schwarz Gel the real sports fan the Oggi's are they know you best because as I highlighted your stored senior season <hes> when we started the real sports page but let's let's. Let's teach the people a little about Joe so in your career you appeared in eight games you.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"We're feeling good. This is going to be a good episode. I think the real winner in this episode is Joe Schwarz after this interview I think he might start getting calls from N._B._A.. Teams from D. League team or sorry G. Elite Teams D. League. If you're if you're old head if you're an old hand like myself <hes> let's go. Let's do it. Yes we like. We're talking to each other like what do even talk about tonight like this is the tonight after the All star. Break is historically the most dad night in all sports. There's not anything really going on. We got some Summer League Action W._N._B._A.. But there's really anything throw Las Vegas Aces Baby Benefactor in the W._n._B._A.. Resurrection the W._N._B._A.. As you know this is the Las Vegas Aces pod <hes>. I don't know why this is the Las Vegas as Pod so some good money on them but you got some good lines for future because apparently they formed the warriors of the W._n._B._A.. Though yeah I don't really know who their core is and then Liz Cambridge. She's a baller. I'm not waited was what Liz candidate but close out you know I was under the impression Russian their last name was Cambridge and she was somehow related to Calvin Cambridge from one of my favorite movies ever like Mike but yeah big Las Vegas Aces Fan. We got a little bit season laughed and then we're headed to the playoffs with a championship in mind and this future of mine on we'll hit championship her boss if the Ace's win their special giveaway for the real sports pod obviously but let's get into it I the real sports awards presented by Eben Jack. I category is so these by the way the categories and potential answers were given to me by chief content officer so as to have no biopsies here and I had to announce that because as I'm looking at the first category and the first option it's going to seem bias but player. You wish you could have played a video game with as we know the N._C.. Double A. Because of likeness cut N._C._W._a.. Football and N._C.. Double a basketball over the past five years so the options are Lamar <unk> Baby Goat Jackson the greatest player of all time are saquon Barkley Zion Williamson or real sports fan favorite Taco fall a the player. You wish you could play video game with a no no brainer no-brainer real sports fan. It's TACO fall. Could you imagine just like getting the ball in the post and like a double teams coming from like one of your friends and you're playing with him. He's like you thought and just put it over their head and just dunk it in like watching his strides go up and down the court. He is a special specimen of a human being just the way he looks would just be so awkward in a video game to the point where you could just draw probably forty and forty in a game especially if you play on rookie mode which which if you play with Taco fall you probably should because you can't really dominate a video game with big nowadays. It's just like it's kind of like the new N._B._A.. It's just fastbreak dunks and then fuck it a- just shoot a three and from forty feet and see what happens so I'm GonNa Taco Fall. I think that'd be a Lotta Fun given. Did you see him actually a couple. Was it two days ago or something last night yeah last night someone on the nuggets I forget who it was tried taking a charge on him. Maybe like inbetween the foul line in the hoop and I think they were in the fourth fourth row in the stands. It was unbelievable. You can just have that kind of dominance in a video game. It would drive your friend in your opponent crazy and you'd probably win. If you're one of my friends and you're throwing twenty bucks on the game you've probably be profitable about it and you can laugh in their face so Taco fall aw one hundred percent. I would love to play a video game with him. TACO is like you create a player and when you do that you make your guys tall as the game will let you he might like I think in N._B._A.. Two K..

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on Harmontown

"I'm here with MC John Jackson. Hello. How are you today? Oh, I'm feeling the usual way Johnson. Yes. John smith. What do you want to do with your wits? I want to lose some of it. Oh, are you feeling insecure about it? Yes, I'd like to reduce my carbs. Oh shit. Let's go on the yard, by the way, we live in prison. I'm going to lift these weights. Hey, I'm gonna eat these grapes, you get grapes in prison. Yeah. Hoodoo you know. I know. Joe pain, Joe Schwarz come over here. My name is Joe Schwarz Joe Schwarz. This is John Johnson. Hello, john. Johnson. And, you know, the jets v I of course, I you I'm Joe Schwartz. What's walk around the yard? This is our prison yard Strutton strut beaten, some grapes. Hey, get your hands off my grapes booth. Fate cliffhanger. All right. Yeah. I mean, it's, it's not a good show. No terrible show. Twice. Next time, I think twice about ever Steve. Leave the everybody. Zack. Give it for Jeff Davis. Comptroller, our mayor always. Dan? Hi. Thank y'all fast. We have to do we get to learn our characters again play this game. Veins. A podcast network..

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Baddie just went out. There's only four guys. Somebody's supposed to be. There's only four guys to for Colorado. Right. The boss of only four players out there. Tyler was just show bell the court by Kim English vandyke tell the key players shovel. Bill Swartz has got the rebound. Timmy was just a toddler baggage. Shook him on the court. So he's out there right now, we didn't take part defensively pelts pass on the block went right through the wickets. Last touch by Tillman. Holy cow. I'm sitting there you recap out there. And I just assumed Lucas who's gonna come in. I fell thought shot not thinking you replace evidence. There of course is not happy with your system for. Mckinley. Mckinley played the ball into get when we threw it. Right back to McKinley is stepping in. That's a mental lapse. To mental lapses disorder. Nineteen fourteen. That was one of the stranger things here. We're going to see her. Two killers Utah tax for left wing. The josh. Did recruit him putting heavily? The transcript scotches got all the right win Jacobs. Tibby works against Schwartz. Upside Jones crosses over shot clock at one he doesn't know how much time is left, and that's a violation right there. That's the buzzer is going on. Got about working over there. The light the clock hits zero Joan still hadn't shot the ball. The. Light didn't go on. He works. So there's gremlins building. There's something really strange about a number of things. Four court white Gatling other left-wing it's his own defense by Utah. A post to base squares. Hoping is Johnson gets it a backdoor. Cut Schwartz goes up strong with right hand. Schwartz. Time run seven good use of the off right here. Mayor by shorts. This is strange game. With some of the things that have happened. For Utah left-wing Jones. Four four. Here's a role. He pulls up three bowl. Olympic short rebound battled for under the pocket. Foul called against Colorado. Mistake absolute so six oh, seven to play the first half twenty one fourteen buffs by seven Lucas who's out evidence in for Lucas. That's his second foul failed over six budgets. The butlers. Bowl played in Shacklock able to tell him. The circle derives down the better off the window or the crab is travel. Take about. Kilby right. Head way down as he looks over at Mike ciphers. Tad. Boyle was getting ciphers. Twenty one sixteen bucks on top by phone. Talbot. Restore this ball. Scooping out the window. I fuck it. He's got four puffs on top by seventy gerbils through the paint on the left wing place. It up top to bear fruit regard. He'll buddy out Saudi are Jones. Jones between the circles to gosh. Lobbied side taken by chase Johnson. He's got back several quarterbacks way down into the baseline step three dunes. Crossover pass psychotic the cats drives a baseline hangs in the air. Hit the backboard Popkin off at Whiteside. Very good defense by Shawn Schwartz better shot got are they keep who's actually behind? The just craves the backwaters. He's got ten points already does Tyler bay in this ball game along with six rebounds, the top twenty five eighteen I think he's got five baskets at four of Amar jump shot. Droppings. Jones. Catch fires with three bull shot. Joe Schwarz has got the rebound. He's going to turn up for to the candidate up to right? There's the. This was his on his head. On one twenty seven to eighteen twenty three fires and misses long Redel. Chase down the quarter. Jones has got to put up the pair people total. Past the quarter driving under the bucket chills. Top side tiller for three choirs and trade on Dale Terry. Have a textbook jump shot. But he makes them terribly. Twenty one bucks on top by six we've seen Tyler up of the year that might have been a record forever. He could have his head room there. Tactic forecourt, white winged. Psychot- turns Trafton swat in the foul. Jay's Trump's second foul. Pool. That'll put toddler fell an uproar time on the court three forty to play the first half twenty seven twenty one. Buffalo's you've got a six point lead visiting Utah. Time out as well. His basketball from learfield. IMC college. Neighbors lend each.

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"joe schwarz" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"joe schwarz" Discussed on No Agenda

"Joe schwarz's bauer in florist shit missouri mitchell kauffman in hillsborough oregon brendan mink in tempe arizona sir patrick may con may come in new york city sandy geisler and watkins ville georgia widow cut cooled laws i believe tired of being a douche bag he or she says bogged inla hendro enron owed texas and less on this list sir alan bean in oakland california the following people donated in good faith and good humor forty nine dollars and one cent we said that you put the one san on their will give you your name call out in which the fdic only if under fifty dollars is typically anonymous anonymous nobody ever done is 4901 now this was because the planet x or nibiru is going to collapse into the globe and blow it up yesterday and says were doing the show which we guaranteed we do it wasn't a disaster we're here i mean but i had i was prepped i had my my mr mr ease ahead of my my gun that everything good to go well okay the point is nothing happened this is bull crap as usual so but we made a game out of it made this 4901 day country wishes nine what if we designed to game and no one came to play you would be the end of the world so we want to thank all these folks replaying along in in donating forty nine dollars a onesentence ludi list them off amy burlingame in bergen new york sure rob night of the philanthropic philanthropic shareholders federation in rotterdam netherlands craig porter parts unknown charles spring parts unknown sir dirt bag day good old dirtbags day game in from concord california matthews ski i believe in hoboken new jersey dave of food is auto can we were days from is none on here a harry harry johnston as opposed to harry johnson in phoenix arizona.

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