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Are You Addicted To Stress

Break The Rules

04:57 min | Last month

Are You Addicted To Stress

"While hello hello hello. Welcome to another edition of the breakable podcast. Where he's quieting with noise in the health food infants world today and superstock. How dr heidi hannah in hosni is chief. Energy officer of synergy s accompanied writing brain-based hell if performance for instance individuals and organization. She's also a senior researcher with the brain health initiative and fellow an advisory board member of the american institute of stress and today is the episode of stress. We're talking all about obsolete concept Addiction which i never really heard of thought about intel deduct. Heidi hearing a little bit about your take on that. A doctor dr gary. Thanks for coming in and play. Just give us a little bit about crown about who you are. And what got you into doing. Worker in the world around stress neighboring. Yeah well first of all. Thanks for having me. I love that used the word stoked because it's one of my favorite words. We were just talking a little bit before we went on about our backgrounds and where we come from and i actually grew up in portland oregon which i love. I love the pacific northwest. Still feels like home. But i always full actually it with affective disorder pat a lot of anxiety and depression growing up and felt like i needed to live in a sunny. Climate ironically ended up getting rights. Our shift to play softball penn state which was not much better than i moved to orlando for ten years thinking that would give me some sunshine and it really just gives me a lot of like under storms and eventually made my way to san diego and one of the things that i have been doing for the past few years with reef which is a global beach brand looking the benefits of the beach on our brain health and performance. So anytime i hear someone say you can see me. I know people are just listening to this. But i've got my relief hat and it's at palm trees and i just i really feel like we can benefit from taking our brain to the beach even when our bodies stuck at home are second office and there's some strategies you can talk about a little bit later about how Do that so. I'm background my history really. I got into this. Because i had to to survive. I was i was misdiagnosed. Has a child A lot so around the age of ten started having debilitating headaches and stomach aches and panic attacks and panic. Attacks were so extreme. I would actually faint and lose consciousness so my parents you know not knowing what to do about it to say misdiagnosed me with things like kimia food allergies kind of like throwing darts on a dartboard and ultimately they said you know probably just stress so hard. Remember like okay. I'm ten eleven. Twelve how How bad could stress be. Why is it literally like hijacking my brain and the most inconvenient circumstances like on flights on first dates on job interview so i am a life journey. Like trying to figure out how to help myself. Just get through the day and became fascinated with these different topics. So it started. I got a master's degree in psychology. And i wanted to become a therapist. So it's working with a lot of people struggling with different things and just saw. How much nutrition was playing a role in their mental health. So then i got my first in holistic nutrition looking at the different ways that behavior mood and things and then always do not. I got certified and different fitness strategies exercise physiology and then i ended up working for this really awesome company called the human performance institute and it worked for them for ten years where we worked with professional athletes and executives really helping them understand energy management like their physical emotional mental spiritual energy and that was amazing. Except i do. I feared the most every day which was public speaking and flying so i was traveling all around the world kind of teaching people what to do but the not coping well with my own stress and wallo. That was happening. I had my third emperor diagnosed with alzheimer's disease. And i started looking the research about the brain and the nervous system and realized that the number one risk factor for cognitive decline in dementia was actually chronic stress. Live off of wait a second. I'm living with chronic stress. And i know this. Why am i acting us way. And that's actually one of the reasons. I wrote the book stress a holic and started looking at stress addiction was. I know this is good for me by yet. I kinda don't wanna stop. And then the more started talking about that book to my clients. They would all say. Oh my. gosh that's me. i'm addicted distress. But the funny up part and we can. Then they'd say well. But i don't want you to take it away from

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"kimia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"kimia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To e R pet life radio today. We're gonna be talking about the upper respiratory infection in cats are what a lot of cat owners often think is just a coal. Now, if you have a cat that sneezing or you have a cat that has Ripley is or teary eyes, you definitely want to tune in, because something called an upper respiratory infection, or what we often abbreviate a U R I is actually really common. This is especially important if you just adopted a cat from a shelter or just purchased one for a breeder and the main reason why you have to be aware of it is because during periods of stress cats or kittens will often show signs of a U, R I. So we're going to talk about what signs will see, we're gonna talk about what causes it. I'm gonna talk about how contagious it is. And last, we'll talk about treatment whether or not you need to go to your ER, vet or your general that Narian for treatment. Now, first of all. A you or I or upper respiratory infection is the equivalent of a human cold. It's a viral infection not backtra infection. This is one of the reasons why when you have a cold, you typically, don't go to a medical doctor because, you know, you're sneezing fever, runny eyes will go away and a few days. In fact, medical doctors don't even recommend antibiotics. Because again, most of the time these are viral infections that don't respond to antibiotics, antibiotics are really only used for bacterial infections now in cats, you were is often due to buy infections. But sometimes they can also be due to 'Bacterial or a result of secondary. Bacterial infections and I'll give some clues on whether or not your cat actually needs an antibiotic. Now, I usually will see your I more commonly in the ER vet during the spring and summer. And that's because that's when more kittens are being born or more cats are actually presenting to the shelter. Another. The reason why you should spay neuter your cat because one cat can result in dozens of unwanted, or une home kittens, now, the causes are feline upper respiratory infections, include common viral infections, like Kalisa virus, or even herpes virus, don't worry. It's not contagious to you. But this herpes virus is super contagious to other cats. This is one of the reasons why if you just adopted a cat, or your fostering, a cat, you always want to separate them from your own cat, or kittens, for at least a few days, because I'm always worried that, that new kitten, or that foster cats going to spread something to your cat. And herpes is never gift that you want to re gift, a couple of types of bacterial infections that can cause a you're I include cla media or even born Attala, or mica plasma now again, these are rarely contagious to human, so don't worry about it. But it's much more common. And so. So easy to spread to a cat. Unfortunately, you were is are extremely infectious, and we're going to see them more in unsanitary conditions. In other words, when there's ineffective disinfectants being used in crowded conditions like in hoarding situations categories or even shelters in high stress situations like being an outdoor cat or in cats at are immunosuppressed for some reason, when our cats supressed. Well, if they have diseases like feeling Kimia or feeling immunodeficiency virus what we call f I v very similar to HIV. And humans now when cats catch your eyes don't worry, it's not sexually transmitted but it's very contagious through bodily fluids. What does that mean that means if your cat or your kit sneezes that discharge from the eyes or the nose can be aerosolize by sneezing in actually exposure other cats directly to the virus, or the back? Activity up as a result, if you just stopped at a kitten, you may all of a sudden notice that you're middle-age cat start sneezing to. And that's probably because they've caught a URI also. That's how contagious it is. So what catch should I worry about getting a URI? Well, again, it's usually a municipal press cats that have feel Kimia or FIV rare cats that have feline infectious parent Nitis, which is abbreviated FIT p which, unfortunately, is from a deadly corona virus really young kittens that are immunosuppressed. They may not be well vaccinated they have a really immature immune system. So they can't protect their body quite as well. And lastly cats that are exposed while lot of other cats again outdoor feral cats or Katz shelter situations. These are cats that are more likely to catch up a respiratory infection. So what are the signs of your I? Well, most the time signs of a you or I are limited to. Eyes and nose and the respiratory tract. So in terms of the is, you may notice that your cat has runny eyes or they have green discharge from there is they may have pink eye or conjunctiva. They can have ocular pain and show that by squinting and in severe cases. It can actually result in severe ole servers to the surface of the eye, which is the cornea untreated, this can result in permanent blindness a kitten or a cat. So if you notice your cat showing any signs of squinting pus, from the is, please, get to a veterinarian immediately, even if it's in the middle of the night to see your ER vet because we wanna make sure your cat doesn't go blind from this rare complication, then next organs that we can see affected are the respiratory track. And this is usually signs of sneezing, or green or clear discharge from the nose. Sometimes cats will have difficulty breathing. A few other signs at your cat has a cold include not eat him or being completely anorexic. Nick, why is this important? Remember, if cats can't smell their food they're less likely to want to eat it. And I'll talk about this more when we treat cats with your eye, but it's also important to know that cats can only go about three to five days without eating before they can potentially go into liver failure something called hypnotic lip doses other signs of a cold, or you or I include being Dr Jack not moving around, feeling warm to the touch having a fever having louder breathing. Your cat may actually opened his mouth to breed which can be really dangerous. I always recommend singing, ER bet if you notice that having an increased respiratory rate, some cats will actually get Oeser on their tongue or in their mouth from an upper respiratory infection. So they may show signs of drooling or having difficulty chewing food, especially dry food. Very rarely we can see signs of inflammation of the skin, so they may have irritation or pink nece or readiness around the. Knows very rarely it can result in dehydration or weight loss. But that's relatively rare. So make sure your cat doesn't have any of these signs of a cold or an upper respiratory infection, who continue with this really important topic. Right after these messages from our sponsors as a veterinarian. I know that whenever my dog goes swimming, he's gonna get an ear infection..

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"kimia" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

Veterans Helping Veterans

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"kimia" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans

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"kimia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"kimia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm Alex wirley. And joining me right now Kimia Mia sat she is the founder and CEO of style salute. Always love chatting with you guys. Alex. I'm so happy to be here. Thank you for having. And it's an exciting day to talk about this because I'm doing a story takeover styles salute. So actually, let's start there talk. Tillery what you're making Mondays three takeover a series? Of course, make it Monday is a series that we're running on Instagram, and it is where we highlight incredible women like you that are doing inspiring things and empowering the women around them. So with empowering style, you're at you're touching so many women and inspiring them to follow their dreams and to really achieve their goals. And so you are in the perfect person takeover on. I love it. Not only do I love being featured. Thank you. But I also wanted to strategy behind because I'm a social media strategist. So anytime, I say people being very strategic in a way that supports their mission. I it, you know, you're collaborating with other wonderful successful women, and it's a win win because you get in front of each other's audiences both parties get contents. Very cool. Yeah. No, it's been it's been really great. So we gives us a mix of creating content and curated content, and we're allowing partners and our community to kind of come in and create the content with us. And for those of you who have never done a straight takeover or maybe haven't even seen history takeover. Really just you invite somebody to go on your stories, and they in this case give a behind the scenes of their day. So they kind of host the stories and share you know, what they do in a day. And from my perspective, I'm sharing my expertise. And what it's like on a shoot day interview. Women like Kimia, so very very fun and a funding strategy that works if you ever wanted to try it. Yes. So it's like, you know, you can't handle the five six seven days of posting on social stories takeovers, really a great way to to partner up with like minded people in like minded communities. Yeah. And there's a lot of flexibility I've noticed 'cause I've done stray takeovers for clients before. And even if you just do five posts that alone could be a stray takeover, but you could do a ton of you can do twenty plus and and really show every detail of your day. So there's a lot of flexibility as far as what you show. It's just showing up really just making sure that you are posting. Fantastic and engaging as possible. So that is just one of many things that style salute. Does let's go from the micro to the macro. I look at it from. Exactly, give us an overview of what style. Style. So is an inspirational modern and influential destination focused on helping women live a smarter lights. So we are women's media company largely focused on offering the professional woman, the advice and tips that she needs to make smart decisions in her life. So we engage with. A variety of different experts on a range of different topics. That are interested a professional career advice and personal finance tips to how to get a raise having those conversations all the way over to wellness, trends, and fashion immunity. So we really do cover three hundred sixty degrees of a woman. Vice and we look at it from a very individual and an authentic perspective. Cole C L. Let's talk a little bit more about your brand. And what makes you guys unique because you are in a competitive space media companies in changing so much and there's a lot of them. So let's start with how do you make yourself stand out and really differentiate yourself for your target audience. Well, I most media companies that are focused on women are actually surprisingly run by men and art seem all we are. We are open to everyone. Our team is largely female. And we're really speaking to the questions that our audience has an and helping them smarter more stylish life. So I think the reason the reason why we had started this business, and I had the. The desire to even start. This business wasn't a problem. Now is having personally as an early thirty something I didn't really have a purse like a finance plan. I plan. I also didn't know how things like 4._0._1._K's are mortgages really works. Company that I loved, but I didn't know how to go about asking that race because I knew there was a gender gap. So so I start having conversations with my friends. So that was the first problem I had it. And then I start having conversations with my friends who are all really smart very leading in their own ways work at either either physicians are they worth at financial firms. They actually personally didn't know these fantasies questions themselves. So so. So, you know, there's these big life questions that we that in time that I had been educated never answer for me. So I started doing a lot of research in surprisingly, there wasn't a woman's content site that actually offered strategic tips for this. So I think the reason for the competitive to actually start the company is in large part, why am contests? Totally because you're really sticking from a woman's perspective. Very in touch with what kind of information women want and need. So that authenticity just really comes through. You also have a nice niche, even though you do absolutely take us three sixty approach and touch on every aspect of a woman's life. I do think that you've carved out a nice niche when it comes to finances for women and women. No that can come to you. And learn about all those topics that you just mentioned exactly everything from retirement plan how to invest how to start investing. What exactly investing is? So we we also work with some amazing partners to help curate that content. So that we are sharing professional expert advice with our audience, and it's really been great because there's such a connection between wellness, and and wells, and it's not really so. So much having money and having a lot of money. It's more about being in control of your money. So there are studies done that actually show that you're you're more confident and women's number one thing that makes them the most confidence is being in control of their finances. I believe it so yeah. Yeah. That's cool. I love that. You have I'm honed in on this national only because there is such a need needed. It's so powerful and leads the confidence that you're describing. But also from a business perspective. You know, I think it can be very tempting, and I've been tempted myself in a fallen into this whole before where you want to be all things to all people you want to cover all those things just speed general lifestyle. But I think that there's so much power and and having focused and people knowing what to come to four. So do you feel like from your seat that that's been a really powerful thing for you to be known for this financial advice? It is. I mean. The content that we. Our company is really inspire women to feel seeing on their power. So how is that? They feel most confident and more most powerful we want to help them guide them down that path and and finance for all of us. We may be shy to talk about it. But it's something that we should be talking about should be learning more about so. So so yes, so I think even though we do cover a lot a range of different topics. We always try and go back to our mission. And the reason why we started love it. Okay. We're gonna talk more about how media companies are changing when we come back from this quick break. I'm Alex Worley, and this is this is Rockstars. First of all by far number one. Is that believed the company with the best people? Now, you have to give that company.

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"kimia" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"I just wanna make sure we're counting inflation. So it shouldn't be like how much money it made. It should be how many tickets were sold. But even still now that's changing we just watch bohemian rhapsody on fandango. Now, we didn't even buy tickets. Exactly, I'm like, you know, really fudge the numbers Nielsen, whatever. Anyway, speaking Kimia maps that they're talking about within the number two, which ordinarily I'd be really excited about 'cause I loved bohemian rhapsody, but then we re rod shit when we were in Utah, and no one liked it. And then it made me realize like music video. It was a really long music video just with dialogue in between. Yeah. Some people which is fun. But then like when everyone was tearing it apart. And then also I mean, I'm down for bohemian rhapsody sequel just like a a, Freddie Mercury movie. That's not directed by Bryan singer. And then everyone can really enjoy it more. What would the sequel half? What did we not? So I guess it would they're saying would start with Live Aid right where it ended. And then wouldn't it all just be kind of sad? And also, they kind of ruined it for themselves because in real life, Freddie. Mercury didn't know that he was sick before Live Aid. So now, the whole sequel would be him being sick. And and getting worse getting better. It's just it wouldn't it would automatically be kinda sad. You know, seems like something that should come with the DVD when it comes out, right? Added child bonus cherries bonus billion additional ending or I remember I ride because Sasha baron Cohen was supposed to play, Freddie. Mercury. Which would have been really amazing. They could do they could do a sequel with Sasha as Freddie do the whole movie again. But apparently, he didn't he he didn't mind doing it. 'cause he was clashing with the band members who wanted the movie to be about Queen after, Freddie, mercury's death, and nobody cares and the movie didn't wind up being that. Maybe that's what the sequel will be. Maybe the finally get their white. Maybe that's the only way that they were able to shut them up was like, okay. We'll do it as a sequel. Listen, it'll probably do well. And it'll be the number one grossing movie of all time, and that kind of brings me to Auckland, which we were so excited to watch..

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"kimia" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on Security Now

"Jeez. Yeah. The Roberts talk abstract. Reads NSA has developed a software reverse engineering framework known as hydra, and I've did some googling thinking. Okay. I mean, it's got idea in it. So that was a clue because that's interactive disassembly idea at so they kind of crammed and that hydrates something from final fantasy five an enemy fought at Ronca ruins alone. And can also be fought in the battle with an out Kimia. It is a dangerous foe. And it has auto reflect and battles using poison breath and lightning and. Many headed serpent in Greece mythology. I mean, it was that was just a hydra right H Y DRA yet. So this is. I d- are. Yeah. We got more letters on there. Anyway. So whatever the heck it will be demonstrated sounds like he maybe key DRA ghee. Okay. I don't know. We'll find out. I don't know. I'm sure that that'll be some final fantasy people around listening pets charge Sosa final fantasy character. Yeah. So it's gonna be demonstrated for the first time at the RSA conference twenty nineteen. He says an interactive gooey capability enables reverse engineers to leverage an integrated set of features that run on a variety of platforms, including windows, MAC, and Lineker, and it's written in Java and supports a variety of processor instruction sets, the whatever we call it. Gueye hydra platform includes all the features expected in this is the NSA bragging in high end commercial tools with.

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"kimia" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"So that yeah. No. It's it's tough sometimes because it makes treatment difficult when you don't know where the cancer started in. There are cases when we. Have that? So that's one of the things that we use to determine how aggressive cancer is the number of lymph nodes around the cancer is also helpful in determined the aggressiveness. So if there are lift notes involve we know that the cancer has now started to spread its on the move. It's on the move like in that region of the cancer. But when we do cat scans were wanting to see if the cancer spread to other organs, or if it still just hanging out in the area where it started. But if it's in the lymph nodes, that's that could be a potential good indication that it could be in the bloodstream as well. So when we start seeing lymph node involvement, we'll follow up surgery, sometimes with chemotherapy, just to get rid of any cancer cells that we may not be able to see with the naked eye when you take the patient to surge, right, right? Jeeze? Pause and say, thank you so much fraud as I didn't I didn't know a lot of this stuff. And it's just it's just interesting stuff that you don't think to ask unless you when your family members going through it, right, right? And it's just it's good to be aware. Because if if if you feel any kind of ailment or any kind of anything you can be on top of it right away. And this is something that affects everybody all across all political spectrums of what you are. This is something that we're all kind of fighting riding together. Is there a is there a percentage as far as? How well each treatment works. And like what I guess it would be different to the cancer. Right. Right. But you ask about lymphomas early. So we can talk about. Yeah. So with lymphomas and with certain Salou Kimia, let me let me I'm gonna piggyback to ask leukemia. I think it's an important one to discuss too. So leukemia interesting in this is a cancer where you may see a little bit of lymph node enlargement. But sometimes you don't it's a cancer that really is involved in the bone marrow. So it's interesting because you don't really see the cancer. And sometimes patients will tell you like feel good. But we may have some indication that they're not very good in often. These patients will come in possibly with some weight laws, and they'll they'll come to our attention because maybe they're really anemic because the bone marrow is the place where you make all of your blood cells. You make your red blood cells there, your white blood cells and platelets platelets, are helpful with clotting. So whenever you scratch yourself. I call the platelets. The first responders almost like EMS will they come to plug up the areas. So that you want extinct. The only time I've ever heard platelets was when when I was playing when I was playing ball. They had this new form that they're kind of like testing out. There was this new form of treatments where if I had like a soft tissue injury. They would take some of my blood spin it in isolate some of the platelets and inject that back into the area. I mean, I I did it a couple times. And they were like, how do you feel like I don't I don't know. But I had I had no idea to exactly and we're doing so I can work, right? Is that make sense that they're doing it? I I don't don't know know about about that. that. I wish I could come. About crazy shit. Play a role in the immune system. Also. And so it it I can see how maybe as a part of repair that it could have been helpful. I was a Guinea pig. I didn't say I was say. When you're talking about. So yes. So when you have a knee Mia, basically is because I've heard it plenty of times. But it's just never so it's when the red blood cell count is low. Okay. Right. And so if you're not making enough red blood cells, which could be for different reasons in your hemoglobin, which is a reflection of your red blood cells in the body will go low, and you may start.

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"kimia" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on Before the Millions

"In who you're helping today. I know you're empowering women entrepreneurs. But had this this get started for you in. How did how is it advance to this day? Yeah. Thanks for that. Well, the cool thing about it is it's all in the PLO. So the current focus is multi should back up a little bit. So we are in the midst of the golden age of female entrepreneurship and not sure if you mean about across affiliate. I definitely feel it in there. I mean, just entrepreneurship in general being digital nomad being independent entrepreneur. But when you think about that space, we think about the amount of things that people can do that people do in that space to kind of get to their freedom number to get to their location. Whatever it is. I mean, I think it's a space that mostly women are in. I mean, I think about the numerous opportunities that women have in that space. And it's just like, oh my goodness. Like it pays to be a women right now. But yeah, go ahead. Time. With you. I think what's happening is we're finding our support networks that were harder to to access within the traditional structure business. So finding those people in resources online in a way, that's really acceptable. So I think it was an article on for somebody coined that term golden age of female entrepreneurship, and by the way, it's being led by women of color by long shot or super exciting too. So it's a very inspiring place to do playing it. And it's a place that I have been on for earn advocate for entrepreneurs. Social entrepreneurs, actually, all my life. I met Mohammed Yunus in the nineties. He he was founder of remain Bank. Microcredit you're familiar with him. But totally a hero. So I've been interested in that space for a long time. And that was hard to my frustration that causing a launch out into doing something totally different was I wanted to figure out what could I do? There was more like in that space. So helping entrepreneurs of being one myself worked for myself for a long time, but there's a difference between that and begin entrepreneur. So I had jumped into the stream test drive, and then after that failed and I realize it had potential, but I was going to have to invest a ton more money. I needed I needed an idea that was maybe a little more. Literal solved a pain point more specifically and China had women asking me, how do I do video unlike again, so I like to me I need to create that financed project. So what I created? It's the it's called a fabulous finally done. And it's a open system for helping coaches and consultants and really anybody who's the face of their business and it works for men in tune. I'm not at all you anti band or anything like God, love med. But as you know, one of the keys in online marketing is you have to really get specific as possible. Riches are images. Right. Specially at first they call it your beachhead, you'd be attendant to your, you know, you'll be kit audience that you went pick an audience and try to dominate it. And then you branch out from there. So the program works for everyone. But it is also a there's a lot of mindset work in in the system and has women have you know, we have our own special designer baggage around being on camera. And so especially if you didn't grow up, you know, take him five somethings today with your cat like our daughter. He is totally cut on camera. But grow up with that, then there's a lot of buying set work. It goes into this. Well, so that's why it's targeted for Kimia. Entrepreneurs have been you're a digital nomad your location independent entrepreneur. I mean, what are the pros and cons of that?.

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"kimia" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

FuseBox Radio Broadcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

"What will hopefully be good news Arbia daresay Etta James has just left hospital. She is in vinyl stages of terminal Kimia and slipper dementia only hope divest for her and her family was less fans over music down for her talents since the very beginning. So I'm hoping the slight uptick in news either or way, I do miss Etta James gets a piece at this time. For all of my gear hoods, a car, and who has made NPC which billing fairly familiar with music technology. You probably see a lot of producers various promo people's that holders. Be box with about sixteen squares all the PC. A new NBC has been created actually named after rapper producer songwriter actor cute album renaissance is supposed to be coming out within the next month or so and the promo video while and quite frankly to integrate with computers as well as the solo unit. It looks pretty crazy. You can go to end yet at a lot of music conceal that or tex- Texas Tech sites. The see what's up. At this stage. Personally, I like, but I'm hoping 'cause arm Allegra in my head system. It looks pretty cool. Lastly on the music too, quick note, one of what we're talking about. How to use against really not trying to two things all four major labels are suing the publishers of music service grew sharp, copyright infringement. And we shock if anybody had really dealt that. I think. More to do. Ben here it's similar to Spotify type of situation, but you can also upload on playing through there. Besides the things at bay offer. And I hope survived gonna have a lot of legal stuff to deal with. But in a way to show up the music history. Still clueless streaming is not going away otherwise rhapsody with awhile. And God what else, but let's see how that goes gets down. And last week four my people at a fee metro area said. Melody records is closing after being thirty four years. We do circle area. Personally. I would there quite a few times. And what I think that with cool about spot today being later on in the ear that have a lot of good import EPA thing fiv itl and all of that. And. You know, they're saying that technology at both help and hinder them in the gar- out of business on the side effect that people look to watch in DC area here in the states of DuPont, circle is a very very pricey rotation. So data top economy and written things have led to the situation. So I hope all them places and Bantu that store support until the end and people support independent business in general music, or otherwise, that's weren't addition coming pretty much all a lot of folks from the ground of eaten it in general. So. Yeah. That's about it guys voices raspy that the energy give his. Go ahead.

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"kimia" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"What I don't respect is what I had difficulty agreeing with Travis in his rebuttal of your opinion of what went down Monday was it wasn't just that. They mentioned Romans leukemia, and they gave him the Roman moment. And they followed it up throughout the night. Kind of giving him these words wisdom, it's how you look at the whole show in. How was framed we just finished talking about ho- coke and one of the people again, you mentioned that he spoke out against him was Titus O'Neil. You have Roman mentioned as Kimia Titus O'Neil come out on that same Monday and award championship belts to women who had breast cancer talking about his grandmother struggles with cancer, and how that was important to him in how life tanning was for him. Then you have the dean Ambrose situation after having dedicated the match to to Roman this week, you do the same thing. But instead of it being Titus, you talk about children's cancer and how they visited these cancer. Awards and then you cut to the promo about you couldn't even wait for Romans day. You know, Romans day was when you decided to do this dean in your scumbag, your mama hatred and all this stuff, and I don't like it. I don't like it. And so many people have done the what aboutism game with it where you know, my buddy Shaheed who calls into these coast, cancel the time. I hadn't been watching w we at the time. So I don't have a frame of reference of the Eddie situation. I I was in grad school. So I didn't really my my brain was focus on grad school. So I could watch wrestling. And so I missed that period of time. But even if I had been there just because they were that disgusting during the death of Eddie grow doesn't mean this is any less itchy. If that makes sense. With with Roman reigns. Being. Gone for now WWE trying to transfer the emotion of losing Roman too. Brand building. But also feud building how different would the angle half to have been if dean Ambrose turned on Seth the following Monday. Like when I look at the time lied right now, I don't really see any sense of urgency given what the what's going on at crown jewel and Lucien and survivor series hype. I just sense zero sense of urgency to get the Seth the dean turn on Seth in on that Monday. And well, I my outrage was dampened by the fact that so many people didn't Raval to compartmentalize or weren't upset by. And I was like, okay. I mean, if that's how so many people feel even if it's not the choice. I would've made. I'm less outraged. Then if everybody just sort of felt like it was God, it was just jarring in it felt like took something cheapened a real life moment. But I just look back. And I just to me there's no there's no rationalizations for doing it on that show other than exploiting the emotions people were feeling about the real life rain situation. And what was the upside to what did they get when dean came into the crowd as one of the colors mentioned on your boat show. What was their vociferous boos? No. It was okay. Dean Ambrose is right next to me. Sweet. There is no you are the devil. Like when set once turned on his brothers in the shield and even in his promo. I was thinking back and I'm like get right? Like, even when you did that I didn't sell out either in and he gave you the ease. Those for what he'll set Rawlins was. We still haven't figured out what Rawlins's. But now we add on the addendum of Roman reigns. Cancer defender. And I don't know what that does for him either. Because of actually if he keeps having to mention it. It's going to be Kim to win people would have to mention the bunk house. Stand peed or dusty giving him a boot to give them good luck. And all that silliness because it's it's the spectrum the room so to speak, but you don't have to be so crass about it. Yeah. And it also creates a I don't know if I was the only person that noticed this, but it makes this negative zone for Rene because anytime that stuff comes up she is silent. It is. And you know, it's going to be awkward for her in general as they've knowledged that they're in a relationship and. Yeah. I I'm not quite sure the best way to handle it..

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"kimia" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Focal point for that tax. One. How are breaking watching. Documenta losing eight, nine lead where you rooting for the mercenaries reloading rooting for MandA. I like Zach, I really like Amanda. I do like there's the, she's so vile that like I kind of like her in a way it's very, I don't know what that means. Underscore. It's very weird. I like because I think she like again comparison like she's a fun evil that I can enjoy watching. She's not like Camilla evil where it's like, oh my God, get you off my television. Amandas funny. But like the way I think she said, like what was the line? Zach was like, wanted cowers horse, the die she goes, will I didn't want her to die. That's funny. That's so funny to have on reality TV show. That's like I wanted a man at a stay. Camilla began this way to you, and I don't think you're wrong yet, but doesn't say she's like turned a corner. Like I picture it like in Mario Kart where the cloud comes up and it's like, no, no, no wrong way. Guy like that's where we're at. She can still reverse and come right back in. I don't see that happening. I see her going full. Chair in the pool herself in the pool life, not lifeless. She's dying to me describing Camilla dropping into the ball and then like racial slurs are on the horizon. Not really think she's racist, but you know what I'm saying. I think she's on her way to being a problem, all joy, the ride until the racial slurs are coming out and that I will back that Hello and be clear. We're not accusing Amanda of being willing to or ever have using racial slurs. But if you like a joss wants cheat on her and she wants to threaten him with death. I'm here for that. But yeah, I mean, right now she's staying in the nobody likes you territory your loser. I really hate that. I just think that's so boring lame like it's just not. It's not a good bully. Not that I want bullying just like get on creative, feel more cutting and then get kicked off the show. The best thing I could say about a is that she's to me at least fully engulfed herself in the challenge world that I don't even think of her as a former Ari the one person anymore. Barely even remember any storyline. She had the one that I just fully think of her. Now on the challenge, I still remember the Mike saying, but I think that's fair. Who else has made the jump that I would say given probably also made that jump say Devon, definitely as Tori. Nelson? No, since Dawson's a weird one. He's just, I don't know, I guess. So. Story on. Are you the one? Yeah. So, yeah, he's he's more show. I remember I'll never forget what we did the cast assessment and I saw Nelson's picture. He's got a fidora Han. I'm not looking at it. I haven't looked at it in years. Fidora. His Twitter was like Nelly t and I could find almost nothing about him. He was like twenty six. I was like, what this person doing on this show, then he had almost no story on the one. I was like, CNN ever. Know whatever your name is. And now he's like Kimia Mbock always on the Jones. The future of the show. Oh, we got here. Crazy. Okay. So now bananas, I criticized Amanda for her weak attacks. Gotta give it to bananas here at the end. His only comeback is like, you can't take your Hogue group to the final, welcome to the world. Bananas, like take your lumps like any other season. Bananas got hasn't alliance, five rows deep, and then they have to cut Tony at the end. And the goal is always to make into five and then your own. Why has been Anna's acting like it's his first IRA show. I would say Shane, like trying to insult bananas by saying everyone hates you. That's like complimenting him like, that's like, oh, great, everyone. Eight b, wa. I'm the one everyone focused on like that's not the way to get on the banana skin. When you get on the ballots by saying like, no one cares about you, why you still hear what no worries..

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US helicopter crash in western Iraq causes fatalities

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:16 min | 3 years ago

US helicopter crash in western Iraq causes fatalities

"Kimia hiv now accused of running an elaborate years long fraud in which they exaggerated or made false statements about the company's technology business and financial performance paul of sharda says he became skeptical during a routine theranos blood test at walgreens went instead of a simple test they took out a test tube i asked her we'll wait and wait a minute this is supposed to be a pinprick sharda claims that test inaccurately showed he had prediabetes this is not right and you just can't lie walgreens has since pulled their nose tests from its drugstores theranos whose board of directors once included general james mattis who left to join president trump's cabinet now fighting off bankruptcy at rebecca drivers with us here tonight or becca we kneel before the sec released its findings the department of justice was already investigating what do we know about that that's right david we know that the department of justice was scrutinizing this company but the the status of that is currently unclear as for those sec charges elizabeth homes will have to pay five hundred thousand dollars in fines she will no longer be able to serve as an officer a director of any public company for the next decade and neither she nor the company has admitted or denied any wrongdoing but a stunning fall yes rebecca thank you in other news we do have breaking news overseas deadly military helicopter crash in iraq the chopper crashed in western iraq there are fatalities tonight the aircraft going down in western province seven passengers reportedly unboard there were no signs of hostile fire that investigation of course just underway tonight and back here at home and the top fbi official in danger of being fired and losing his pension seventy two hours before retirement tonight we continue to follow this former deputy director andrew mccabe a frequent target of president trump going to the justice department today to plead his case an ethics office recommending he fired for allegedly mishandling investigators over details of the clinton foundation investigation that ended up in a newspaper report ag jeff sessions could make a decision at anytime there is still much more head on world news tonight this thursday unbelievably a fourth major storm could slam into the us the same region rob standing by with the track of that also the massive explosion at us plant the pictures coming in also a head the iconic.

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"kimia" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on KTRH

"But in these give you a call 'cause you guys have the brain powered we'll figure out okay who can use this and how that we get them to pay us for it right exactly and that's a very interesting discussion so right you've got companies that are either having a waste by product or for example some of the larger agricultural companies they've got these mainstreams inside streams four which maybe they even know a use but they can get a higher value out of finding a new application church so one of the things that we're doing is were looking at chemicals were finding new applications were finding new ways to create value out of these chemicals interesting fascinating discussion lauren's amour's rommel ceo of and kimia green chemicals inc in houston in claiming a green chemicals dotcoms website we're gonna have linked writer from texas business radiocom but we are completely out of time need to go pay a couple of our bills will be back with a whole lot more texas business radio this business would we roy back hey guys my register year are you teach and classes wanna find a widow for those classes online let me tell you about easy distance learning no matter how bigger small these guys have a solution for you from camera packages to wire up your classroom to whip platforms to sell in minister those classes easy distance learning can allow you to grow with the power of the internet contact in the day it easy distance learning dot com to get started easy distance learning dot com.

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"kimia" Discussed on The Nutrition Heretic

The Nutrition Heretic

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on The Nutrition Heretic

"Anz knowledge i began to slowly changed my diet and that leads to a lot of improvement and a lot of changes during the next two years and i can say now that it's this is kind of the culmination of full of these changes in my life wow that's that's fantastic and i mean you're lucky because as you know a lot of the people that listen to the podcast third dealing with some serious health problems you know and unfortunately just making the kind of changes that you made may not be the prescription for them rant because they have autoimmune disease or you know will kimia whatever but too i mean it just goes to show the power food when you have you know you basically had a good start your your very lucky because their parents had you in that situation where you got the best you know of nourishment as a child so it was really just a matter of your body remembering what it was like growing up on those foods so because because sorry to interrupt now i really didn't have any major you know ailment or disease in my entire life so i did have the occasional flu or cold or you know i hear the cavity my teeth or something like that bought not think major in all of my life no sicknesses snow editing for had a really great for for that and now it's i changed the way i eat and i take care of my body now eight.

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"kimia" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Clemson rather quarterback back i'll go with virginia tech and clemson these two games perilly's i'ma got mad at me on twitter is a apparently mispronounced clemson clemson listen my center aung sounds good to me yeah it was like you do it as i like sid when there's some sins of my life but i don't think it's pronouncing that particular school number three usa clemson yeah i mean like clemson all right like clemson chulman or what i want to say is just shows all get along people get mad on twitter lou i'm aware people numbers people are mad online the always anticipated lsu bam a showdown is finally here and will be in prime time on cbs at eight eastern lsu is ranked nineteen and is writing a threegame winning streak since losing at home to troy ellis use already beaten auburn meaning they would have the inside track to the sec championship game if there well to beat the tide i miss being able to hate on an order on it fell right it felt good it was easy enjoyable radio and i am looking forward to when the final score i mean nick sabin has a special kind of love for beating this particular football team for all the obvious reasons give me out of northern israel the lioness give me i'm not going to go nick caused those here be like kimia obama knows meal as an empowered on even if it's plus fifty they'll win fifty five zero oh writers best better.

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"kimia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Better quarterback back i'll go with virginia tech and clemson these two games apparently somebody got mad at me on twitter is the apparently mispronounced clemson cleansing crimson my santer wrong sounds good to me yeah it was like you do it as i said i mean there's some sense of my life but i don't think it's pronouncing that particular school number three nsa clemson yeah i mean like clem sun all right like clemson two or what i want to say is just it's all get along people get mad on twitter lou i'm aware people numbers people are mad online the always anticipated lsu bama a showdown is finally here and will be in prime time on cbs at eight eastern lsu is ranked nineteen and is writing a threegame winning streak since losing at home to troy lsu is already beaten auburn meaning they what would have the inside track to the sec championship game if they're able to beat the tide i miss being able to hate on an order on it fell right it felt good it was easy enjoyable radio and i am looking forward to when the final score i mean nick sabin has a special kind of love for beating this particular football team for all the obvious reasons give me alamo nor the enemy of the is give me i'm not going to go nick caused those here be like kimia obama knows meal as an empowered on even if it's plus fifty deal win fifty five zero riders best better.

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"kimia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To reinforce that plane kim jonghoon is just promoted his younger sister kim your june to the plate deal of the governing workers party he chose great faith in a woman who has not yet thought to have reached thirty kimia jones named began appealing regularly north korea looney three years ago she thought to be in charge of her brother's public appearances including his itinery see schedule any security photographs occasionally catch walk in a few paces behind has sibling little is known about her she apparently steadied in switzerland as did had brother it's unclear how much power she'll wheeled but she'll be aware that being part of the ruling family does not necessarily off the lifetime protection kim jong un had his uncle executing 2013 and he's still north clean agents were behind the assassination of their leaders of good any malaysia earlier this year michael bristow the company behind the global beauty brand dove has apologized for an advert that appeared to show a black woman becoming a white woman after using its soap the images caused a storm of protest and debate on social media more details from paul hawkins the facebook adverts for a brand of soap is only fool seconds long a black woman takes off her tshits reveal a white woman underneath and then that woman intend takes of hurts he shed to reveal the women of asian descent the advocate prompted criticism on social media with some accusing delve of being cress deliberately provocative or even racist others defended the brand saying the message of the ad was that the soap could be used by all races nevertheless stove has said it deeply regrets causing any offence and has withdrawn the campaign in 2011 the company was accused of racism for using a before and after remits that a pizza place three women on a color gradients with the lightest woman suggest suggested is the end result.

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"kimia" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And sixty one thousand in change obviously that's a male problem over fifty core rectal cancel hundred and thirty eighty five thousand unchanged bladder cancer seventy nine thousand melanoma eighty seven thousand invasive 74000 noninvasive nonhodgkins limbo lymphoma seventy two thousand kidney cancer sixty four thousand leukemia sixty two thousand and as you know kimia affects not just adults it's also killing children under the age of twenty so these two test x sound terrifying don't they they do to me they did to me when i first read them as why i'm talking about him but keep in mind the realities aren't quite as bleak as they may seem because of the incredible advances in cancer prevention an early detection treatments research at center at center at cetera consider this there has been a twenty five percent decline in cancer deaths the death rate since 1991 not enough but still statistically very significant so if we get another 25 percent you know the halflife of medical knowledge and technology is shortening by the day it may not take us another you know twenty five thirty years to get to that next 25 percent decline it may take us ten years perhaps even less there are more than fifteen and a half a million people alive in the united states that have a history of cancer the prediction is by 20 26 throwing more than.

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"kimia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kimia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Battle with the kimia and according to correspondent paul for cannon cartoons revived his career adam was out of west on the simpsons ma'am the the unrelated eccentric mayor out of west on family so it was her shouting match you wanna will game on troll hogg oh westbound away last night in los angeles and a survivor by his wife six children five grandchildren into greatgrandchildren televisions batman adam west is dead at the age of eighty eight representative of the actor said he died last night wbz news time is 300 to two us soldiers were killed saturday when an afghan army soldier opened fire on them and if direct eastern afghanistan an afghan soldier was reported a spokesman for the provincial governor of nangarhar province said that two other us soldiers are wounded in the attack which took place in the it can district he said the afghan soldier was killed after the attack douglas of and is a senior fellow at the new america foundation and a former national security council director there were aware of the attack back in the twenty two twenty world area when there were far more us golkar's in country uh they've died out for a while this appears to be the first one we've seen in some time and the search is over for a sailor from lincoln rhode island who went overboard from a navy cruiser off the coast of north carolina navy officials say fire control men second class christopher calvin fell off the guided missile cruiser uss normandy tuesday afternoon about eighty miles out to sea the navy and coastguard search for claven for seventy six hours until sunset yesterday at least six ships and a half dozen helicopters and planes helped in the search the crew of the.

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