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"juergen" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"Be supportive. So you have to a town meeting and you have to have them and so then you have to worry about your wastewater and and And it's a buddhist so you can't killing so your pest management protocols have to be well thought out it's also they're on track to become the world's first one hundred percent or damage country They're trying to have every crop every single vertical all organic. So you have to kind of think about how you're going to bring those methods in and and every staffer fires approval so it. It's it's bantam. i tell you there no possible way. I could have done this without the help of my partner or my partners in baton day. I don't even know how navigate some of the stuff that they're nabet. I don't even know who i would talk to. You know. the ministry of economic affairs has to approve the business side. The ministry of agriculture has approved agriculture side. The ministry of whatever else education has to figure out how you're going to educate people of d. knowledge transferring grow viticulturalists from country. Everybody has insane. And i think i think it's the right answer. It's just that an enormous amount of work on the front and to give it set up. We've been working on this her years now and at it's finally starting to get momentum and we're about to pull the trigger Another seventy five anchors which gives us a pretty good size you know. That's a ten thousand fifteen thousand. Casey air winery. That's that's pretty decent volume. yeah now. i'm curious about the whole this whole thing about working with the government. You know you think about the experiences that you'd have in a country like the united states or pretty much throat to western world setting up a business like this. And when i hear you say those things it would be easy to think about those as government agencies and departments putting road blocks in the place Or or in place for you. You know sometimes Entrepreneurs here in the us feel government is working against them. Not trying to help them. But i i would imagine you tell me that because they sort of raised their hand said hey mr guy who wrote the paper. Come here and help us that that they're not trying to be bureaucratic in a negative way but maybe bureaucratic in a way that is helping you stay in alignment with their values. What matters but getting it done at the same time but given you wanna take all sort of three hundred sixty degree very broad view of this business. It just takes longer than it would somewhere else is. That is that what i'm hearing. Or how do you think about sort of the tension between the regulations and the entrepreneurship. Yeah so my might strengths has been. There's been zero attention whatsoever. It's more like Imagine got a big family and you have a backyard and you know one person wanted to put it in a swimming pool and other wanted to put an a half pipe. Another person wants to set up a soccer thing or whatever. What's the best use of this. And how do we do it and make everybody happy. We've taken out a very collaborative approach and said but this doesn't work. If it's the mike juergens show this works. It's the boot knees country saying we want to become relevant on wine space and we believe we have this magical terroir that we can make something amazing and share with the world and so you know. We sort of divided everybody into the tent. Mike helps and everyone's got really good things to say and bringing different perspective to it. And i've not experienced tension apple but there's a lot of there's a lot of people have so you're having these conversations but if you think about like tears your some of the things that baton as a country wants to do and i recognize. I don't speak for the country but my observation is number one they want to share a magical baton with So they they want products that are branded bhutan. People in other countries can can have experienced a little bit of time. There's no better than that. I'd walk by you this and put it in your body. You taste it. You immerse your senses in it and it gives you a sense of place or shooting is wants fucking. You feel winds a product like that that say. I don't know i don't know why this is. My chocolate is in some other wonderful product. That most of us love i would i would say so. I mean if you think about how many magazines are dedicated to chocolate and how giant parties do they have every other chocolate parties. And how many people that do you know. That goes come a house on my chocolate collection. I'm super passionate about. I just spent a million dollars believable best chocolate. It's just not insane right so so it. It needs that need and it's a hundred percent aligned with what they wanna do. They could probably make transistor radio Why you know talking about growing a fruit which he did something the best in the world and just growing different fruits and making it one vessel world totally line. Also they have this challenge with the the youth and the youth are getting on youtube. And they're saying. I don't want to work on this rice farm anymore. I want to go in the city. And you know codes and python scripts at so to create a new agricultural vertical. That way more appealing than right. And he's also fettes with with what they wanna do. You're talking about increasing biodiversity for for the country Which you know. They're highly supportive of there's also In the wine world. There's a whole lot emphasis on what's happening with climate change. You talked about champagne. Champaign's about the uk because champagne is made their entire bottle based on a timeframe around very margin of greg grow and now senate warmer and not on the margin a my right that the champagne grape as having to go go north because of the climate change in their for the region of champagne is not the region to grow champagne anymore. Is that sort of the net negative into my reading this right. Yeah and actually really what's happening is there's a soil play to it. And so there's this. Kim ridge in white chalk in champaign that's all in england that's the white cliffs of dover. It's the same underlying band at soil. So they're buying stuff. In england so champagne productions moved to england and then we're not anymore is and by the way if you know anything about history between the french and the english. There's something about that that is. I don't know what the right adjective would be. But there's something let's just call it fascinating about the fact that the english are going to start making champagne for the french. Irony about is palpable. It's really something i mean. So what you think about that. Like if climate change is really starting to impact these regions imagine being able to be in a country rive every climactic zone from jungle the glacier all in one area and we can move production very easily so if you if you find that such and such grape is really on fire and it sort of fits with everything you're doing and you say okay. We're going to niche down on this grape. As if not the main one certainly one of the main ones. If it's you know. I don't you tell me which one might be. And then we find over time because of global warming that we need to move vineyards two hundred feet up or whatever no problem we got we got. We got the jungle and we got the himalayas. Where do you wanna go jimmy. We can go anywhere. You want balance. Let's go right down the street. I actually we are scotland vineyard sites. This was maybe a year ago and i'm sitting there and i'm on this. Farmer's land were sitting. there is a beautiful valley steep drop down to the river. And we're looking at sites about twenty acres and ask. Hey what's your rainfall like hear. It doesn't rain and i go do. I can see paro town for where on standing right now. I can see it. It's not that far away and bad place gets eight.
"juergen" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"Valley blend nights the size of ontario canada georgia and yours under five. So our our volumes are never going to be huge and the way the business model works is that people are going to pay that premium to opportunity to get this bottle. That's from this magical fairy and you know we've talked a lot about branding. Were actually on on using. Booties phrase as the the name of of the wine Which ended up at self. Just kind of jump out on the on the supermarket shopping for the liquor store shelves in the wind chop shop. Because it's it's gonna be something you're not familiar with stopping by what the hell's that was that and then hawn big on the label but also the name of the great because i think that there's there's the people who are not about wine that we're gonna see bhutan wanna try it and then there's people who are kind of curious but not uber somalia geeky and they'll see the bhutan but it's at says bhutan tavern. They'll be i'll try cabernet for. Oh it's a hundred fifty bucks. Yeah this the magical fairly. But i think you know just based on our volumes based on might snatches in the global wine world. I didn't call from somalia. Asian and you know and they'll you weinstein's all ultimate. When is this coming up. What is this coming out. I wanna try so. I think we'll probably be in a situation where we were allocating a little bit in this country and a little bit to that country and it's gonna go into restaurants to a rookie places. I don't think this is sort of an albertsons. Grocery store option ever no. No costco deals coming down now. I probably not but especially when you think about like the restaurants to pride themselves on the the broadest wine lists you now. How many times have you gonna do a nice restaurant. And they're you know. They have organized by country in your eyes living through it going wow. I didn't know. They made cohen wine. I that that's the person that wants to have that booth knees cav menu and i'm the guy that's going to be sitting in that russia going ship. I'm tom makes it. I'm trying and so how long before Me and my friends and family are sitting in a in a restaurant in santa cruz. That has is known for good wine list from multiple places around the world including eclectic places. Will i crack. Open that wine list and see a boot knees cab or or any. Is it boot knees. Is that how you'd say it boonies. yeah How long before that. That reality becomes true. Michael so we're going to have our first real harvest. This year we had some great slash chair. But lower. I real hardness this year al qaeda hold judgment actually see but fruit but my guess is an issue will be experimenting with different vineyards of different plans and trying to try to dialect so probably twenty twenty one or twenty twenty two would be the first year that we would produce and then the whites would be available in early. Twenty twenty three and the reds would be available sort of at the end of two thousand twenty three whether or not making santa cruz. You know who knows i. I got folks in london and new york who are waving their hands. Pretty high and loud right now for their allegation. Yeah i would bet. I would bet those would be wiser places to start so twenty late. Twenty twenty two into two thousand twenty three. There will be restaurants in the united states where we can buy your wine not annoyed by brand and i'm curious to get into a little bit of the. How did you get this deal done. Take me inside some of the kind of business dynamics of doing this with the boot government. You've done it with. Yeah it's difficult to do business in the country of bhutan as foreign entity and this is part of their cultural preservation. So you have to have a boot knees citizen as a park so we have to. Booties citizens than our partners. We have a boot. Booties legal entity that we set up. Then we have the us base legal entity that is an owner in in the boonies apetit. And then there are. Let's just call it. An enormous amount of patriarch to to deal with in terms of getting the environmental clearance. Says you know you're talking about a carbon negative countries so you can't just go out and start cutting down trees because you want to make space for balkans. It also has to be there so focused on the community and the people that whatever you do has to be good for the community and the community in which you're gonna put vineyard. They have to.
How the U.S. electoral process works
"The congress is convened on January sixth. Okay. So three weeks before the president to a half weeks before the president takes the oath of office The new Congress is already in session. Okay and that is the Congress as voted by the twenty twenty elections right. So almost certainly will be a democratic house and looks like increasingly better chances that that may be a democratic Senate. In the event and then under the Twelfth Amendment the electoral votes have to come in by December fourteenth. If two hundred, seventy votes do not come in for one presidential ticket. Here's what happens. On the vice presidential side, you take the top two electoral vote getters and they go to the Senate where it is one person one vote. So that will be Mike Pence. And Joe Biden I, her Mike Pence and Joe Biden's running mate will go to the Senate and each senator just gets to vote and if you're asking does the Vice President Mike Pence get devoted himself to break the tie no, he does not the Twelfth Amendment and again just clarifying this is the twenty twenty Senate not the this is the twenty twenty, seven current she hasn't Tom may gap Social Gotcha Yep requires a majority of the whole number of senators that is fifty one. So in other words if the Democrats recapture three votes in the Senate. Right that would make it fifty fifty, and then the question is, do I think Mitt? Romney would vote for Comma Harassm Realism Warren or whatever? Over Mike Pence I think probably he would break that tied, right wow. So. But anyway, I but what happens to? If it's a tie you keep voting. UNTIL IT'S NOT A. It's not a tie right we might not have vice president then. If. That is conceivable and we'll talk about that in a second. Okay then. But. But that is how you get a vice president right? Pretty straightforward take the top two people not going to be anything weird none of the like there. There will be faithless electors I wanNA talk about the bucket decision we're going to do that on opening arguments. There's some nuances here but it, but it strikes me that The while they're states prohibited it strikes me that we probably will have faith faithless electors but doesn't matter for the. Top Top to top to yeah now. Here's what that same amendment right lasers. The next sentence here's how the president works. You take the top three electoral vote getters. Okay. and but it must be you must have more than zero right so it's going to be trump biden and some goof-ball. Juergen. Well No. Because nobody none of the faithless electors I think are gonNA vote for like the Libertarian or the Green Party or whatever. But like some goofball who's pledged to Biden. is going of vote like for Jon Huntsman or something, and like you're, you're GONNA get a third wildcard candidate in. Are there no states that will give proportional? Electoral votes if there there are states that do proportional electoral votes but like None of those garbage third party candidates are gonNA proportional and get an elector. So If, no faithless electors it will just be top two. If there are if electors, it will be top three by the way. Of like in the VP, choice if you had if if let's trump had two hundred, sixty electoral votes, Biden had a hundred and Jorgensen had one hundred I know you and actually take those top three right like it in the event of a tie, all the ties everybody who's tied for second place gets to go in the. The president, it says the persons having the highest numbers, not needing three on the list of those voted so. What happens if it is to sixty to forty one and one Literally we. Have No. IDEA. Seems like you'd have to flip a coin toss. Back it was eighteen to. Four when this? Maybe a dual. Possibly have to check it out. So top three go in and the votes are not as you as you suggested, are not one person one vote in the house but are in fact, each state gets to vote as a state comprised of its internal delegation. So in other words, right if a state has seven members of Congress therefore, four Democrats and three Republicans than that state will cast one vote for the Democrat assuming everybody votes on party lines.
Bronzers and Journals
"Moving on to a different topic that but one we have not discussed. I don't think no over on for over thirty five sunless tanner cousin. That was the tide. The subject of the email. This listener writes to us. I just came to the starting realization that there is a crucial part of skin care. We have not dove into yet. Sunless tanners exclamation point times three. I have more time than usual during the self isolation and since I won't be visiting a beach anytime soon. I'm wiping out the self tanners. For a little pep. I would love to hear some wrecks of easy to use an effective self tanners or an inhouse comparison tests. I've had good luck with tart tanner's but I am trying out I'll of paradise and will report back curious to hear what others are using out there. I'm curious to. I'm curious to because I don't use anything like this I don't either and actually I'm incorrect. I believe the title of this email. Referenced Bronze Irs and so it made me think about like what we may be putting on our sheikhs but that in our face but then I believe they're also talking about like all over Sunless Tanning. Yeah. I think they are now. Has Tanning ever been a thing for you later? Channing have you ever like bought the Juergens on okay back in the day. I mean. We're probably talking like DOTS. I feel like everyone was using that. Jergens sunless tanner. I would use it. I felt like it always looks sort of streaky on me So I I was never a huge sunless. Tanner person how about you. I also went through a phase of putting that jerk stuff all over my body but I have never gotten a spray Tan. I've always wanted to but I just have never gotten around to it. I don't even know where to begin to spray tans in my life one I got in the early to mid odds before a friend and I were going on a trip to Atlantic City when I lived in Philadelphia and I loved the Spray Tan like. I thought it was amazing and I was also like Oh. This is what it would be like to be. Tam like this. This is fun. Didn't get another one for probably ten years or so. And then when I was at buzzfeed someone else was doing in article about spray tans and they got like a spray tanner to the stars to come in and they asked if anyone wanted to get a spray tan and I volunteered and it looked so bad. It looks horrendous. Oh my it was way too dark. Okay I looked. I didn't look like myself like I felt like maybe over the years. I have now romanticize this original spray Tan but I felt like what was great about my original Spray Tan. Back in two thousand and four. Was that it. I still like looked like myself and this was just like what has happened. Look Tan mom remember Tan mom. Oh remember Tan mom. I'm like fully up on Tan. Mom what she doing now. I mean she's like releasing songs and occasionally appearing on the Howard Stern show it good for her? She's still so Tan. I believe she is. Okay but yes. I do remember Tan mom yet so that was my last experience and I was just like what no so. We didn't get a spray Tan. Like for your wedding. No I didn't okay. Okay I mean. I know a lot of people do that but I was just like nervous that it wasn't going to turn out well and then you're like stuck. This is my fear. This is why I have never done it and I. I also like for example. I used to wear the steel. Bronze are as like my blush. Even owned blush. That was just what I use it. I really liked it but now I get confused over the way. Bronze is USED TO CONTOUR Like I feel like I feel like the the way we use. Makeup is evolving. And I'm still in like two thousand and four and so I don't quite have a sense of what I would do with it. Like I did. Watch him Kardashians like basic makeup routine video and then I tried to emulate at home and it looked like I tried to make a three on my face with some bronze and looked very stupid. Like I don't St- I'm still not good at countering although maybe I should take Contra Zoom cloud. We didn't. We discussed that. We were going to learn how to contour during yes. I've watched this video and I was like this was like her own doing contour herself. So I thought I could at least figure it out as opposed to a makeup artist. I couldn't I had no idea what was happening. So there you go so anyway this is. This is a spot where we would love some listener feedback. Yeah we would love to tell us. What are you doing this? For Sunless Tanning are you doing? It is still a thing. What do you like? What don't you like tell us because I would. I am totally game to get a bunch of stuff and try it out for the sake of the pod I just. I'm not sure where to begin. So I'm ready okay. Great I'm ready to experiment okay. Story I think you've gotta read this this so I'm happy to I've been reflecting lately on the act of journaling and I think you two are the perfect people to reflect with me on this. When I was a child I used to try to keep a diary as documentation of my life growing up in the nineties with Nickelodeon. I was inspired by the movie. Harriet the spy and wanted to have the dedication that Michelle Trachtenberg character had with her writings however I was never very disciplined by. Diaries were sporadic. And I judge myself harshly for that in my mid twenties. I hit a rough patch in my life and my other wonderful sister. Hope Gifted me a journal to help me work through anxieties. Something clicked and I stopped writing for posterity or documentation. I started writing to get things out of my head. I stop worrying about continuity I would mention people places or events without preamble for my quote audience in fact I began my journals things that I would never even myself read again often because I assumed it would be too painful to revisit them. Journaling has been a great way for me to clear the junk out of my head now that we are in this unique time in history. And I'm expecting my first child that I should be. Writing for an audience has crept in again. I have the urge to think more of my writings as documentation that will be meaningful to someone else at some point. I'm definitely not a dance. Like no one is watching kind of person and this perspective is stifling. Dory I know you've been dabbling with generally more lately and since we're both writers. I'm so curious to hear what you think of on this question of audience for journaling. Do you write for no one like I prefer or for future you for your children or historians. I would love to hear from other listeners as well. Well well who do you? Who Do you write in your journal? Forgery? I think I write for future me I think I do too. I feel like writing for no one. I I kind of doing that. 'cause I'm not really thinking about the intended reader right but ultimately the intended reader is going to be future. Yeah hopeful and I say that as someone who still has kept journals pretty much through through college inconsistently but I have journals through college And I do enjoy a kate like not all the time but like occasionally I have gone back and looked through the journals and it like it is really wild to look through them and read them like re not just read about your your state of mind but like what you were doing and who you're hanging out with and I don't know I like I just find I find it really interesting but I also you know I like history and I like documents and so does obviously find interesting too. Yeah I you know when. My My parents gave me a journal the Christmas while I was living at home when my mom had pancreatic cancer and so I have a journal that kind of starts about three months before my mom died and it is really because that time in my life is so fraught and I don't remember anything from it. It is actually really moving to go back and read it and it's also very hard and miserable but it is really interesting to just see what my state of mind was during that time and I also have kept journals on and off my whole life. I mean I do think you do have to be prepared for if you are no longer around someone else reading it. You know like that is a reality that could happen.
"juergen" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Coach Juergen Klopp who shut down a still but reporters question of how are you dealing with the corona virus what I don't like in life is that a very serious thing the football manager his opinion is important I don't understand that I read it on the Senate into bed you can put us you you exactly the same the role and I am so and it's not in part about famous people about famous people say no you have to be have to speak about the things in the right manner not people with no knowledge like me talking about something other people but not actually total baldness should tell the people do this do that do this and everything will be fine or not it's just fantastic stop asking stupid questions at press conferences ABC dependable product right now we start with breaking news for new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Los Angeles county back to traffic new hall past the five north bound up the fourteen big rig stalled in the truck lanes Woodland Hills on the one on one southbound before Winnetka crash blocking the right lane stopping go from desoto echo park on that southbound when a one before the two vehicle ran out of gas in the second lane from the left stop traffic from western Griffith park the one thirty four east bound in between the five in San Fernando road right lane is closed for sand barrel repairs garden Grove on the twenty two east bound before Fairview signallers crashing the car pool lane traffic is stopped from harbor garden Grove on the twenty two westbound this time at Fairview another sig alert hoster offramp was closed for a public works project riverside the two fifteen southbound MLK sig alert right lane is blocked with an injury crash that's dependable traffic on Kevin trip on a M. seven ninety KABC this is no ordinary sub shop this is firehouse subs tired of overpriced lunch is that under deliver on flavor head to firehouse subs.
The Spice Trade
"Let's talk a little bit about the spice trade knowing that history and understanding where the world has been is really useful so many things that we talk about now in terms of value and wealth and payment are I to what was the value of these incredibly important spices the spice trade is all about the human highs and lows there's bad behavior there's resilience there's a lot of work not all of it Nice to control things this is as much about early monopolies as it is anything else so it's almost like a story out of the one thousand and one nights and even plenty the elder heard about these Middle East eastern spice traders talking about Phoenixes and dragons and giant bats protecting cinnamon really just so they could charge more because like trust me you don't want to go to the cinnamon cave there is no such thing but you don't want to go there because it's dangerous we did all the work for you that's why it's so expensive plan the the elders has no I think you're just driving up the cost on this kind of stuff and you start to then have control and desire for control Venice becomes the main monopolizing force in the European Spice Trade and there's a reaction to that let's cut the Venetian middlemen so the English the Dutch they go after their own monopolies and actually it's the Dutch desire to maintain their monopoly on Nutmeg that makes them trade Manhattan New York City for another island the run island in the Bonda islands near Indonesia so that they can keep control of Nutmeg is that true I hope so great store it is effectively true English people were living on Manhattan and it was sort of this formal agreement and it's like no one asked the people who lived on run island in the Bonda islands how they felt about this and that's part of the ongoing problem of the spice trade it's all about control and these monopolies they would do anything they would go to war they would destroy other cultures to have something and it becomes then this age of exploration set of souvenirs for the Kitchen we found pepper corns know lots of people use them before you did but you may be brought them to a different part of the world they had to have been value in the the faith that people must have taken to eat some of these things as well you know if you think about the clove is the son of a flower right who decided that was okay to eat and how many different things did they eat I that weren't actually fit for human consumption all of that work that's where the value comes from that there are hundreds is and thousands of years of human experience with these different plants to figure out how to best use them the whole trade system and where people placed value was not in Fiat or faith-based currency it was in things that had real material usefulness for them spices were those things and I think we can't get away from the fact that many of them are just delicious and there you have it I think you've just even us so much information that I'm not even sure where to go next but God you know what I wasn't recording it seems like a good time to speak with Jasmine who is our resident spice trader here at Trader Joe's Hi my name is jasmine and I'm to categorize aggressively at trader Joe's so really the spice trade is this culmination of thousands of years of work and travel and learning as he'll accelerating does it feels amazing taking something that has been around for thousands of years and just giving it a new twist and we've done such an amazing job at it and we don't intend on stopping if you walk into the trader Joe's store you'll find anywhere from twenty five to thirty spices during the holidays you'll find some more like obviously you'll find pumpkin spice Jason Cinnamon Nutmeg and song more seasonally relevant ones and in the summertime you'll find some really interesting grinders like we do South African smoke you'll find a barbecue rub on average I'd say thirty if you shop other grocery stores spices tend to be really expensive sort of shockingly so we put a huge focus on value for us value is the intersection of quality and price it's really just knowing what you're buying where you're buying it from aggressively negotiating with the supplier and partnering with someone who understands your vision and just going directly to them there could still be this assumption that because trader Joe's spices are inexpensive that they must be lower quality and there's no truth to that so our product is just as great as any other retailer if not better what actually makes ours unique is that ours are non irradiated I could get into technicals but let's say has been technical on us that's a new segment irradiation is a process of exposing food to controlled amount of energy called ionizing radiation essentially as manufacture hiring process that's used to enhance shelf-life kill certain types of bacteria we don't torture products and this is where our business model and our customers buying stuff frequently the inventory turn that Juergen bit about how quickly we sell stuff it really matters for this type of product because fresh sure spices have more flavor aroma we don't have an everything under the Sun Age Z.. Selection so how do you choose you know a few years ago so we actually discontinued Cayenne pepper and then we realized that we'd be upsetting all those people who do master cleanse in January I and they're grumpy to begin announcing itself so okay thanks for the info well you and you know exactly who they are because they're only in Cayenne pepper and nothing else what's big right now in spices definitely cannot talk about spices at trader Joe's and not me it probably soon you might even see a lot maybe even in everything but the Bagel Bagel they go I think somebody did very metals we recently launched and everything but the bagels Old deb yogurt dip I believe the other day I tasted everything but the Bagel potato chip which didn't have enough of we thought that in having garlic nor onion flavor and the sesame seeds were hard to adhere to the sheep at a potato in the garlic's had all fall off so that's Bill O. Work in progress but job but someone's gotta do it after eat potato chips I think we have such an amazing array of spice plans like we Don masterman company Alami seasoning that performed really well lot of the reasons why these seasoning blends are performing really well is because a lot of customers are going be side Kito and Paleo diets these seasoning blends are a great way to add flavor without adding too many calories or adding sodium because some of our estimate cooking less I don't know if they're cooking things from scratch for their definitely continuing to prepare foods and spices are such an amazing way to enhance the flavor of things ars spice sales are basically off the charts
"juergen" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"Nursing emergency or cancer clinic leonardy scan someone's skin before they even get a bone scan. Tell them where the quantum bio circuits are supporting say it inflamed joint or cancer metastasized in other words. Cancer can't even metastasized quantum bio circuit allows it to isn't that interesting. My theory is that the whole grab determines the ability of disease even spread it was on the quantum circuits present it can't spread and disease can't never winner to blocked artery or cancer or infection. There's always climb circuit behind it pretty cool. Hey and none of our individual pattern preach yes and one of them. WanNa do eventually have a device where I can extract a frequency like Bolas those headphones and Solis down the road or might be heard on old two years five years whatever I could actually have a device that actually would extract the frequency and then put the neutralizing frequency and just like bose headphones so someone say has you know a blocked artery in their heart or they got a cancer metastasis say they're they're Scapula or their C. Four Vertebrae. I put it in the not neutralizing frequently quantum bio circuit disease wouldn't be supported electro-magnetic. you know quantum bio circuits none of her to be like a noise canceling headphones and theoretically mathematically. It's doable because of already been able to show even twenty two years ago that every disease state has has a quantum circuit. Now I presented this theory back in nineteen eighty two called fallen mazer cytogenetics who panel biophysicist and Dr Rowland on the Panel Biophysics University of Calgary Rolling Prescott's. I was trying to buy background and nuclear quantum physics to why does he states are lateral ising make. Why did you get problem. One joyner one tissue not another another and I believe that what you're doing is really cool because I can do it my level of nutraceutical incentive onto you do picky cancer therapy immunotherapy therapy ozone therapy and so on and get to a higher level to Nago cancer their infection. Whatever prequel stop stay there will be right back with last segment hair moon..
"juergen" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Soccer programs for nearly fifty years. The investment is produced Juergen U._S. Women's national soccer team the U._S.. Soccer Federation subsidizes is there play in a professional league but these same women have convinced themselves and a segment of the public they're exploited and mistreated now. They're just entitled title just like Male Athletes. They're no different from King Lebron James. There's hundreds of years of evidence that parents can go to their child sporting events without celebrating celebrating with the kids on the court during the game I mean I watched Dell and signed your curry. Do it every season in the N._B._A.. But those rules don't apply to a king and and Lord help anyone who tries to mention those rules to king his worshippers will cut videos and raise hail all across the Internet explaining how rules don't apply to a king. I don't like leads. I don't lead US behavior. I got old school American values. The sports world doesn't anymore. I joined us again is Rick Bucher Marcellus. I'll start with you have money and fame turn modern athletes in the royalty no bill and not a fan of the word royalty in this question because royalty implies blood status lineage royalty as as you even mentioned. I don't know any athletes conclude. Steph curry just rolled out of bed and say Oh daddy did it so I'm guaranteed to do it dig about one. You're a son one of the king about little symbol he was going to be moved faucet in the circle of life. It just was going be. That's how it goes but that's not high goals for an athlete so I've grew up in a world where the cool kids were always the athletes I remember learning this from media in watching the white shadow and everything else grown up in the seventies and eighties which you go to a park then you go to a park now every parents out there on the ball with their kids because everyone knows that this can give your kid some discipline identity work habits work ethic but no guarantees but at least builds up a person a character that can blossom into this but the money in the faint it was always there. It was just on a different scale scale. Trust me when when cigarette litter scientists I deal with over a million dollars. The world went crazy and early eighties. Remember Magic signed a twenty five year twenty five million dollar deal. We're like how much insane back then understand that it has grown exponentially since then but it was always a relative scope of us us commoners non athletes looking at those guys would hire reverence and respect that they worked on craft nothing given and blood status or lineage. They earned every single day. I'm glad you brought up the financial aspect of this because what happens as soon as the guy gets paid now the criticism <hes> changes and to me what this does is that it underscores the distinction between the way the public and the media view athletes fleets and the way their peers view them they look at Carmelo Anthony and they're not looking at him and saying what boy he was stealing money from the New York Knicks mix he didn't take full advantage of Oklahoma City or Houston..
"juergen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Center ice by air force Juergen got his stick on it batted it to Walker summer. Play it at center ice. Paul looking for Durgin. Bad pass. Intercepted by the Tigers. Pass angled off the wall falcons pick it off. Jake Levin for air force will Rimet in. It wraps all the way around behind LeClair. And on the other end Pulgar tracks it down Paul her with the defender in his face can't control it though. And it's up to center ice. Here's Ekberg trying to rim it back in. But couldn't do it taken away from him taking right back by Ekberg. Who finds a man open left side? That's Maynard manner trying to pass it himself to and self off the boards can't do it. But then as he was gone after that puck. He gets tripped taken down and that's a penalty on the Tigers. Yeah. We'll be air force going on the power play. They could've called one earlier. We thought when Mirages got taken down that time Maynard doing a good job. Or was that? Hey, that was actually hate coming down the left wing side. He got pulled down on the play penalty is going to go against that executive Zola result of the box two minutes for holding. So a chance for air force still plenty of time left thirteen o five left in the third four one Tigers. Filkins on the power play. The only goal of the game for air force came on the power play earlier by Matt, Tori. Doukas win the draw cycle around shot down the slot by cook knocked down front. Couple of players for air force trying to pick it up one of them, Sarah, Tori, but couldn't do it. Air force keeps it in at the blue line cook hazard high in the slot down the slot again with the shot.
"juergen" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast one bill forget the download our new podcast one app off the vine is brought to you by juergen th wet skin moisturizers now you can not on wet skin it absorbed like back for softness all day juergen let your beautiful shine that would they'll free without tied cast one presents off the vine with caitlyn bristow kaitlan is creating a space where pearl's can feel empowered to be themselves get ready for lots of last top up x unfiltered life and wine get ready to shake things up the earth kaitlan quickly guys wilted off the vine i'm your host kaitlan bertha wine in hand welcome to the most canadian podcast ever as per the wind did you hear that swallow oils i hear every real the us but that's the problem i always talk about this on my podcast because you can't help it the mike's like right up the athlete right there and so if you take a sip i usually like sip way um and then come back so if i'm talking you can drink guy of ice for a sacrifice most canadian pockets ever we've got vanessa grimaldi in from season twenty one of the bachelor in the studio today why you nashville oh my god so last night i went to the best buddies prom yes i watched your it's gonna stories it was the best night ever so a couple months ago was in town of visiting daniel mel b for my season and we went to volunteer for the ryan seacrest foundation and the children's hospital and then in walks in this guy mike and he's like full of life and he was there with his boss and we just third talking about the best but his foundation and i think we ended up staying like an hour just like dan seeing and like having so much fun together and he's like so you dating anyone i'm like no actually a just like you know went through a breakup and he's like oh my god you should come.
"juergen" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"The following program is brought to you by your friends at podcast one bill forget the download our new podcast one app off the vine is brought to you by juergen th wet skin way striker now you commotion not on wet skin it absorbed like backed per softness all day juergen through let your beautiful shine that would they'll free without tied cast one presents off the vine with caitlyn bristow kaitlan is creating a space where pearl's can feel empowered to be themselves get ready for lots of last top top x unfiltered life and wine get ready to shake things up yours kaitlan worth of the ready welcome to off the vine i'm your host and bristow in in the studio today we have country singer russell dickerson along with his wife kaley thank you so much for being here thanks for having been looking forward to this for awhile what an intro right look a little more but i went to say your names we'll we'll get to all the details we'll get there we will figured were already going to get into coffee right away because we were just talking about this and i'm like let's save it for the podcast okay i had two shots of espresso i'm shaking love it though unlike i'm alive you're on the bulletproof among the bulletproof train yeah okay tell me sell me on it all right so basically it just it's high fat there's like butter and coconut oil in this coffee like blended up okay so it's lena point it's basically like a meal honestly and so i i don't get hungry at all there's no crash or anything because i used to make like a smoothie with like strawberry carb carb carb unlike but oil and arms give you energy but this is like high fat trained your body to run off fat and in the fat that you've already stored and so you're just running gun in all day baby al hunt.
"juergen" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"A man oh it did i do that i can't even remember i don't think i did feel free to prove me wrong but the whole picking up the rose just to say like no i'm not going to give it to you it's not ari it's not his choice that's the i'm sure they're saying like that's the new format of the shell and because i think the last few seasons have done it but it's just one of those things of leaving the viewers on the edge of their seed hidden but one really role just like thick we'll be right back with more off the line rape therapy off the vine is brought to you by juergen th wet skin moisturizers now you can motion up on wet skin it absorbs like back for softness all day jorgensen let your beautiful shine i'm spencer rat and i am heidi pratt with dinner pratt the miracle baby and this is the hashtag makes by famous again podcast on podcast why we will be discussing the hottest action ever hit the multi verse crystals espresso hummingbird's celebrity gossip parenting of course make sure to download new episodes every wednesday on podcasts dot onecom the podcasts one out and apple podcast yeah nature to rate and review on apple podcast thank you for your hate on somebody else's i guess review thank you now back to off the vine great therapy of it so thrilled motiur short her becca and candle koodo could dole items picture sean downstairs us meals been it's wrong with her who who.
"juergen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Eight thirty good morning i'm john schaffer with his half hours top stories a man was killed last night by a stray bullet near las vegas boulevard and sarah the man had come out of his apartment on new york avenue to put out food for some cat as he's coming down the steps he was hit by gunfire from what appears to be juergen graded by would extra or shoot our own chicago victory gold medal lieutenant dan mcgrath said a stray bullet came down an alley and hit the man killing him witnesses said there were three to five people involved in that shootout and they remain on the run to more sexual misconduct allegations were levelled against embattled casino mogul steve wynn tuesday when las vegas metro police revealed they recently received reports from women saying the billionaire sexually assaulted them in the 1970s this was the first admission from metro police about reports filed against winston sexual miss conduct allegations against him were revealed last month a shooting outside the national security agency campus has left one person wounded the nsa says there is no ongoing threat after the incident at a vehicle gate outside its headquarters at maryland's fort meade a black suv ran into a barrier at the gate washington's wrc tv said bullet holes could be seen in the suvs front window and authorities had surrounded i handcuffed a man fort meade sits off a highway between washington and baltimore drivers occasionally take the wrong exit and end up at the post heavily security gates before turning around and as he police shot two people three years ago when they disobeyed orders outside a gate saga remain ghani at the white house wall street the dow is.
"juergen" Discussed on Easily Offended
"People were doing that you go member matt is white i'm looking at how to make money on the sect's those i don't really care about sex they'll personally but i'd be a business opportunity here saints at the end of the day right this is what this is would this is what women don't undestand is day a lot of times to only win relationship with you the only thing that makes us not happy is six we'll be don't have enough sex because we already come to the conclusion we're staying with your ace your stained with me we're stuck together it is with me in the bathroom juergen all from a weirdo right see what i'm saying if you give you wake up becoming a bear you would you ahead churkin now a me you just karate chop me got to go to work in the morning right right so a lot of times a lot of women beatty on home wpro they gotta understand the you hate the mid you put your land and water and then you hope the myth but then he when he when she looked at me you didn't even cooked the fish you didn't sauteed if you sit who eat it and the guy gouging now eat it a lot of women killing also and they're going to be the death of their relationship sex thousands of you do fax crazy crazy well let's switch gears a little bit okay let's talk about the state of the music industry right now obviously things have changed a lot since you've got into the game and over over time every year after like there's things that are change now with stream streaming with people with the way to get paid fifty you know off a pass elm a bitcoin's and you know i want to get your take on what do you think about the state of it in terms of from artist perspective is the best is ever been for artist right absolutely is beautiful because.
"juergen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Tigers blerta juergen of being hurt in terms of your ability to generate often so look through try to play a more defensive game and any varies a great motivator they all right fellow guy out once star it will be it'll be interesting to see if they have the i guess hopefully for our sake that there isn't somebody that's the next star but i'll with the way that uh colorado college responded as you said can and should be a spirited series off from the sea seaside uh what what's priority one is it uh special teams what is it this weekend priority one thousand per mep is easing back on top and being that the most important thing for the tigers second thing propeller out of college uh this weekend in particular tonight is the congress need to dictate the pace of play painters one play of defenses structure and you don't want that of a running around situation in this building because western the what i like to call a heavy uh they play a very brand hockey you don't want to let them go on and that style of play well again you can now watch the game tonight on cbs sports network at four thirty can always appreciate all you won't be you'll be watching it with your own eyeballs in and live motion so i had a socalled right you have a good call this weekend and dived save travels back all right we'll talk directly sounds good can landau voice of the sea tigers joining us here on drivetime sports he could technically watch if they had a tv set up for what point taken they can he'll probably watch only when he's on camera this right yeah that that's crazy because i'll outweighed allison is i believe fourth in an chc in scoring room and he done so gone it would be interested lead ig deceived the tigers thin a bounceback this weekend and the end look a good weekend puts them right back in the thick of things because you look at it they come in in the cellar of the nc hc because of that rough weekend uh this past weekend against the.
"juergen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That was it goes rahman robber uh a further browner agenor own any limits you wanna make it hard hold on a senior someone who always swallows your ages now you stumbled upon an age in this one is the one you wanted to pronounce one in the middle of brahma you wanted to make a bremer bremer yeah juergen bremer it will brummer is a super middleweight bout at arena nerve burger oh my god hold them then i don't know what to do with this also calum smith wullfi juergen write a minute the the crew is saying you're skipping something much giving anything i'm going to go i'm i'm trying to i'm going back to the beginning is what i'm doing roy knows what i'm too also calum smith will fight juergen brummer in a super middleweight by about bite that's the word i get real at arena nuremberger russian strong in nuremberg germany on nuremberg ads on february twenty knife that's a big one and finally a florida man who was arrested for trying to steal from a grocery store was caught with a full rack of ribs in his pants oh man i'd been drinking i'd been drinking and you get you get hungry and i didn't want everyone to see it right and so i just let him down my pants which is the reason it dan also hit and police search and found this are they uncovered nine pieces of fried chicken to packs of cameras or bonds it's a math potato again my excu.
"juergen" Discussed on No Jargon
"I know juergen listeners it's obvious grain i want to ask for your help december is the biggest month the united states for fundraising for nonprofits and no jargon as part of a nonprofit scholar strategy network if you like our show please consider making a donation so that we can continue to give you our best podcast episodes week after week your donation really makes a difference and you can do it now at scholars dot org slash donate i really appreciate it they are beyond is everybody it sir it's the night were we're gonna be voting on the tax bill i just got the tax bill 25 minutes ago this was detached bill see i think it is you just heard senator john tester two weeks ago senator tester and other democratic senators or hinted a 500page senate tax bill just hours before having to vote on of course republican senators got it around the same time and instead of having the time to really process this massive piece of legislation he and other it is took to social media to show what they thought was a ridiculous process but voting on a bill that you haven't had the chance to analyse and really understand is hardly a new phenomenon for members of congress in fact it happens all the time in light of this this week i want to play you one of our archive episodes an episode with professor jim curry he studied congress and explains why most members of congress don't get the time or resources to truly read or understand the bills that they are voting on scary stuff i hope you enjoy it.
"juergen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Side from contrarius and the fish winging it is it a quick break vote after away old want juergen game 64 houston and the yankees tomorrow night you could hear rainier on espn radio with poop singing if there is a seventh gave it would be saturday we just go it for a first as foreside hits one a hard to left field at off the wall all the fly and the score belcher audas way hall pray he will pay the throat or the way sliding it ahead first thought a true rubble by foreside and the dodgers just pilot art all right out leaving nine did offer well with quique running on the pitch this allows him to score on a pitch dead lackey gets up he wants to he wanted to come in with the fastball the two seen fastball but it's not so it doesn't get that seeking action it's more that kind of lazy run just to the inner half and foresight just mrs hitting the ball out of the ballpark but dr zang two on that rigging double now here's kk hernandez who's at a huge died already chulho runs and five rbis his lackey mrs doubted away its off the glove of kirch rarest to the backstop likely will be scored a now they're wild pitch at that will set of forsyth to third this has been as ugly and disastrous as you could be for the chicago cubs did i doubt nine did nothing near the fourth inning you their whole ballpark facing elimination and it is scored another wild pitch oughta lackey the secca charge to hear this year now the water breaking goal for a strike wanted water hernandez.
"juergen" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Such is still allowing for discrimination against transgender people because the repeal effectively maintained key beecher hb to by leaving regulation a bathroom access solely in control of the legislature it prevents local governments until december twenty 2020 from passing or amending their own nondiscrimination ordinances relating to private employment in public combination so basically until at least two thousand twenty north carolina bathroom still can discriminate against transgender people by not allowing them to use the bathroom that they associate with an identified with so why is it a big deal to allow transgender souza bathroom at the gender they've chosen to identify with well if you were transgender in and you are identifying just to see one side of it in your identifying as a woman in you believe the yes you were not biologically born a woman but you are a woman that is who you feel in the depths of your soul that you are and then now is telling you you don't get to use the woman's bathroom i can see and hopefully you can see how that would be offensive deaths will you belief now the belief against it the main argument i've heard is that opening up the bathroom and locker rooms to transgender users will open up a flood of basically male sex scenes into woman's bathrooms like there's just there's all these dudes that are just been waiting for this opportunity like all of a sudden dudes of all shapes and sizes are just gonna be hanging out in weapons bathrooms and locker rooms just you know taking pictures women's piston juergen often installs and raped women in the locker room just left and right i i really do remember here in the most insane arguments made about all this now full disclosure when all of us with coming on the news last year i still couldn't wrap my head around why anyone would want to even get a sex change and i did think it seemed crazy and and i i but i did also i never thought bathroom and locker usage would lead to more sex crimes here's why because first off it's not like anyone was considering allowing do start jerk off ramps restrooms or is start taking photos there i would still be illegal.
"juergen" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Crazy cool three eight four 1035 it's rupe therapy thursday who's this jeremy meridian i jeremy it's group therapy thursday what you've got i would step up an ira the gervin out of air out gonna be the let you guys are going to do in order for my pride have the wedding of great now keep in mind this is the bride's parents i know yeah i think i think it's easier said than done and mrs means kenneth thrown at in their land i've planned a lot of weddings and people go into it with really good intentions and what you say to them and what you envision for the day is one thing but what happens wayne it's crazy people are talking in you're ear your drinking remember 'memorial feelings you're feeling emotion all you know like you year of the song that reminds you of old memory all gone then to a whole new plays and it doesn't matter who's around you anymore you act like a child crew so regardless of what anybody said you know a month or a day before the wedding it just doesn't matter because nobody alive then thrilling juergen away that's how i see it happening all kabaso i'll decry universe thank you also you must have the biggest falls on the planet the think you can go to your soon bride to be divorced parents and tell them to do anything our other jump off a cliff it earth make sure that might be why would have been right of regretting that he wanted oh i feel a dogma a pair scan mega worse thank you thank you why not bury my daughter stab stabber guy yeah your brave man thank you a little naive but brave the pool party of summer seventeen is here is with sales of revived his effort ready to get out of the party cited at the time of your life of all your friends older of course enjoy.