20 Burst results for "Ligon"

"ligon" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Tacb i think can be super useful In terms of specifically in terms of cb one antagonism but which of course reduces appetite. But there's there's lots of ways to do that and you know some of the stuff on the market That some of that. I think is a lot of hot air and in a way to have people that are overweight. Thank they can do something about it by not doing anything about budget but just popping a pill right But yeah there's there's stuff out there that that Stimulates metabolism that sort of thing and what are some You know what when we start talking about. Trying to affect the pancreas you know and and getting into insulin sensitivity and and that sort of thing what are the sort of. I'm just going to start calling it. The medicinal diet. But like what's the sort of medicinal diet. There that that people should be thinking of to kind of drive more beneficial activity and to tag along to that. How does cannabis influence that You know that pursuit because there's a lot of interesting in somewhat in flicking data especially when you get a free stuff around how in avenue influence Insulin sensitivity and that sort of thing and obviously there's a well known effect that Has been publicized in pop literature. A lot about this getting his caesar's yeah tending to have smaller waist sizes but yet can you comment on that at all in that interplay a little bit so i ended up During my during my process of going through my my my studies at the time. I didn't know but actually worked on the end collaborates system because i was working hard gamma. So you're talking about insulin sensitivity one of the most effective ways to to induce insulin sensitivity in somebody in other words reverse resistance is literally a and tag agonized not antagonist but agonize people are gamma and so people are gamma Tying it into the indo canaveral system. Yeah i think it's a to announce the my but one of them goes through an enzyme in an ends up. Being a great ligon for people are gamma so your insulin sensitizing. But here's the really interesting thing. Got an unpublished paper. That i'd like to publish but it's like too many years away this but we did a study on. People are gamma in basically looked at all the different plants whether they food plants for medicinal plants. That could agonize another words. Activate people are gamma some therefore induced sensitivity and. It was stunning and it was stunning. Because i've looked at other receptors before. And usually you have a a multi molecular multi that's typical for all the agonise right the garland in a bind..

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"ligon" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"But basically that Isis made out of water. And so why does it float on water and He couldn't answer it and it may not have been the first question. It's the first one that i remember. And that was the first time that i realized the to learn an answer your own curiosity or questions. There's various mechanisms in this case. It was going to library in are asking people who know more and so forth but eventually you do it by what we call research. But but it's Driven by if you're hopefully ask good questions if you ask good questions and you have the mechanisms to solve. Then do what i do in life basically not necessarily physics but and it's a great quality in humans and we should nurture it did. Do you remember any other kind of in highschool maybe early college more basic physics ideas that spark curiosity or mathematics or science. I wasn't really into science until i got to college to be honest with you but just staying with water for a minute. I remembered that i was curious. Why what happens to water rains. And there's water in a wet pavement and then the pavement dries out. What happened to this water. That came down and i. I didn't know that much then. Eventually i learned chemistry or something. Waters made out of hydrogen and oxygen. Those are both gases or how the heck does that. Make this substances liquid so that has to do with states of matter. You ve I know perhaps ligon all the thing for which you've got the nobel prize in that things much of your life work m- perhaps was a happy accident. Some sense in their early days but is is there a moment where you looked up to the stars and also the same way you wandered about. Water wandered about some of the things that are out there in the universe. Oh yeah. I think everybody's looks and is in awe and his curious about what it is out there and you know as i learned more i learned of course that we don't know very much about what's there and the more we learn the more we know we don't know i mean we don't know what the majority of anything is out there. It's all what we call dark matter dark energy. That's one of the big questions twenty year. When i was just in those weren't questions so we even know less in a sense the more we The more we look so. Of course. I think that's one of the areas that Almost sits universal people see the sky. They see the stars and they're beautiful and and see it looks different on different nights in. It's a curiosity that we all have. What are some questions about the universe. The that in the same way that you felt about the ice that today you mentioned to me offline you teaching Of course on the frontiers of science frontiers of physics..

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"ligon" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"I remember that he couldn't answer Was not a very original question. But basically that Isis made out of water. And so why does it float on water and He couldn't answer it and it may not have been the first question. It's the first one that i remember. And that was the first time that i realized the to learn an answer your own curiosity or questions. There's various mechanisms in this case it was going to library are asking people who know more and so forth but eventually you do it by what we call research. But but it's Driven by if you're hopefully ask good questions if you ask good questions and you have the mechanisms to solve. Then do what. I do in life basically not necessarily physics but And it's a great quality in humans and we should nurture it did. Do you remember any other kind of in highschool maybe early college more basic physics ideas that spark curiosity or mathematics or science. I wasn't really into science until i got to college to be honest with you but just staying with water for a minute. I remembered that i was curious. Why what happens to water rains. And there's water in a wet pavement and then the pavement dries out. What happened to this water. That came down and i. I didn't know that much then. Eventually i learned chemistry or something. Waters made out of hydrogen and oxygen. Those are both gases or how the heck does that make this substances liquid so that has to do with states of matter you've I know perhaps ligon all the thing for which you've got the nobel prize in that things much of your life work m- perhaps was a happy accident. Some sense in their early days but is is there a moment where you looked up to the stars and also the same way you wandered about. Water wandered about some of the things that are out there in the universe. Oh yeah. I think everybody's looks and is in awe and his curious about what it is out there and you know as i learned more i learned of course that we don't know very much about what's there and the more we learn the more we know we don't know i mean we don't know what the majority of anything is out there. It's all what we call dark matter dark energy. That's one of the big questions twenty here when i was just in those weren't questions so we even know less in a sense the more we The more we look so. Of course. I think that's one of the areas that Almost sits universal people see the sky. They see the stars and they're beautiful and and see it looks different on different nights in. It's a curiosity that we all have. What are some questions about the universe. The that in the same way that you felt about the ice that today you mentioned to me offline you teaching Of course on the frontiers of science frontiers of physics..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"They don't even have a second best player. Who's not in a third tier of the role model role model role player tier definitely not role models on the maps. They're the blazers. Same as the nuggets. I'm like i just don't believe in it enough. And i would take yokich over them. And then you have the lakers. Well i didn't include the grizzlies in this. I don't think they're escaping that round. And if they do it's probably be a fluke. Same as the mavs to me where it's like. Yeah not that it's a fluke but it's like you're not you've done this. I don't think. I don't think you have what it takes to go. Further which is not a knock on them so the lakers are not a bad option. Either the seventh seed but take it. They have lebron. Ad that's probably the strongest pairing the definitely the strongest pairing. There is in the western conference. The west feels easier this year. My lear is more tighter. Like as you're going through the names i'm like. Oh yeah these. Are you know and we can go back with talked near podcasts. They only got away with the seedings. We could have some better match or the conferences. My dad has been listening to me lecture since then how we should change the playoffs like so much and i should also say we also did not bring up this. I know in the bucks nets. Yes escape. The east is legitimately better. They're better at the top than the west are currently and say we're gonna save spacier. Were you know That i had a moment. I watch the memphis grizzlies much. You know. I'm sorry. I just don't and i really seen john and in a couple years. Wow he looks great. I was like genuinely like freeze. Frame like the pony tears doing things for him to balked up like that was my first time in a while of having all these. Nba players very attractive. All players vary attract. They're all people. But like i was like. Oh we've had a glow and we are ready for this stage. And i'm here for it. So the dow. John ran a while. I just there's definitely swagger there and it's all extremely durable. It's all working okay. well Go to all of your favorite podcasts apps and subscribe to spinsters on all of them. And if you're not raise describing to burn down subscribe to burn it all down and hailing jordan. Where can they follow you on social. I'm at halio something in literally. It's something that's not something. Yeah and i'm at underscore jordan. Wagons will thank you both so much. This was so fun and so overdue and we'll have to have you back soon. They were having thanks lindsay. We love you you you..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"Playoff year. If you're interested in attaching yourself to players who are not superstars but it's also a good year for if you want to attach yourself to new superstars luka doncic my god i keep waiting for it to end because it's like can't be every night that a team that's built on a superstar and then there's a tier below that's empty and then there's a tier below that and there's like three players depend on. It can't work every night. I genuinely do think it's going to work every night against the clippers. They just can't contain him. It's weird to say a team with quiet. Leonard can't contains an paul. George can't contain somebody but they can't are they gonna make it out of the west. I just can't really rationalize that in my head they don't have nearly enough yet jordan shaking her head. I don't know how far they'll go. But i do know that. They'll make it out of the that playoff. So that's a long winded. Answer saying there's also a middle tier of maybe not the names like your grandma would know necessarily but that she would like to know. So i'll just. That's where luca fits in. Yeah i think. Lucas lucas still new enough. The weekend say leg. Watch luca like please because he right now. He's having like what jamal murray had last year i mean look also had great performances last year last playoff. So what am i saying. But like he's the must watch for me so who's coming out of the west. See that's i wanted to. I gotta keep it till. I'm like who is coming out of the west because i just watched last night and i was like damn. I really don't know it's i'll say who's coming out of the east and then i'll regret it. I think it's the bucks. Oh they just look so good. Granted miami is worse than last year. That so for anyone who doesn't know the bucks. The he played last year as well and the heat. We're like okay the bucks this is adorable like we don't have time for this. They went onto the the to the finals. And this is just so different. The heater worse but the bucks are so much better. They look so much better and it seems like a stable better and so. I think it's an unpopular answer to say that they're coming out because the nets are the nets and the nets have kyri they have they have katie. And maybe i'll change my mind about this once. I see them playing someone other than just five bodies. I really hope. Answer doesn't listen to this podcast for the day but maybe once i see them against the different opponents. I'll i'll feel differently..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"I might be all right And i would say to just going off away. Haley said you know the storytelling being able to be a part of you. Know the topeka catching story with neha simone and the uae. Women aren't dunking with natalie. Winer like those stories are so good and exactly what we were saying before like the ones that aren't being told like they're really answering our curiosities of these people or of this topic and to be able to explore those more in a wonderful edited audio format. You really lost in. This story is such a cool experience to be a part of on the back end and then to hear it. It's i get so excited all over again. Because i'm like oh my gosh. This is exactly what we had in our mind So it's it's been wonderful and like we were talking about you know it's new to both of us but this is just a different type of journalism that is still impactful and still important. So so happy to be a part of and can't wait for our future stories coming up because they're going to be great. Yeah i also. I'll add on top of that the autonomy to make both of those decisions is probably a huge for both of us because it was you know we were essentially like who can we bring on and that means varying from somebody who's maybe not sports reporter who will tell the sports story which is like something we have going on right now and i'm super excited about in the making and what stories we wanna tell but also like that goes down to also jordan's answer lean. I don't know for sure. Like i can't say that. I know if another podcast production team where we didn't the hosts didn't have you know autonet creative autonomy would want that but then it happened and it was great so having the opportunity to say. No we know that these things would be good or at least we want the chance to see if they would work and having the opportunity even to fail as nice. Yeah absolutely and the great thing about podcasting i found is. It feels a little bit less like writing. It's like you're always writing the next article right. I don't know the words written just for everybody to see. There's something about podcast. The words just like it's out there and then you move onto the next thing. You know what i mean and yeah it's nice. Yeah it is. It's definitely not yet all right. Well look. I was going to ask all these. Nba playoffs questions and then youtube or more interesting to me play. Apparently so so. I'll finish this with back. We are in the middle of the nba playoffs right now. We're in the middle of the first round. By the time this airs on tuesday there might be one or two teams already through to the second round but what you're western conference finals which eastern conference finals predictions and then who's your favorite player one or two players they to watch that. Maybe you're not allowed to say. Like lebron or kevin durant. You know maybe like everyone else isn't isn't watching. Cameron payne all right and for people who don't know who does pain play for. He's he's a member of the phoenix suns. And unfortunately i do not think that they are going to advance. But fortunately jordan because she's the lakers fans of get on that people he's very fun. There's there's actually a lot of like up incomers..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"And so the stories that we've done where it something where we thought of and i've kind of gone down this rabbit hole and i've talked to people on the side or in official interviews on recording. Those have been my favorite. Because that's like a dream like i'm being funded to do this and that was also an extension of what i knew i'd miss most from writing was writing. Obviously so you kind of do have to develop a script in your mind like what is. What's the story going to be. How are we going to communicate it. Where will this interview fit in. And you are essentially crafting a feature the same as you would if you're writing it and so that really fulfilled the thing. I thought was going to be out of my life for a little bit. And i've really really enjoyed that and i've really enjoyed getting to talk to the people we've talked to charles. Grantham is one. He used to be the director of the players union in the nineties and talked a lot for multiple stories. And just outside of it. And we've talked about like now. He's really involved in like helping. Players gain the rights. They should have. It's just the people i've met. It's been really really cool doing those stories. So that's probably my favorite part. I think my favorite part going off of that is having my aunt. Shirley be on a podcast. Because that just made my whole life anyone in my family who knows trailing as the number one basketball fan that i've ever met at i think she's five and she's just a gem to be able to have her on a podcast. Talking basketball was was my life goal. That i didn't even know was my life goal so that was wonderful and we'll probably have to bring her back. Once her celtics lose sorry entre lean. But she doesn't hear this. I know don't handle. I think by the time this is published..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"Really spoke to me and to be able to write and talk to professional athletes about their youth sports experience and make sure coaches continue to foster young athletes into being better human. So that's what i'm passionate about. I'm so happy. I am working there. and yes so. I was a month in hailey asked me to do this. And let me say she said no one was going to hear it and it was just for practice. Then she calls me after like. Hey everybody listen to this and we love it. But i love. It was such a blessing. Because i feel like i was able to be naturalized free and just us talking. So maybe if she would have told me like oh yeah by the way. The two highest people like at blue arrogant here this after. Who knows if. I would have been as natural or free to talk. So i hope that We can we keep that vibe of just two friends talking. And that's that's what we want to do but joining this was a great great experience. And i'm so happy i did. It's just one of those little nuggets that don't come to you as often and i just had to say yes and i'm so happy i did because it's been a blast so far. Had you done any like podcasting really before this. I know i had you on episode of a locked on women's basketball podcast with locked on that work. And i'm bringing having jordan on but did you done like any any podcasting other than that. Was that something you're interested then. Yeah so going to the wringer. Podcasts are everywhere and i was like. Oh i should probably get into this because this is what the cool kids are doing. So let's figure out if you're good at this and i really just I started off going on t. time which is on the wringer and spotify and it's all pop culture and it was so fun because it is. You're just talking to your friends. And i like to talk so i was like. Oh maybe maybe i can do this. And then when i really was like you know what you need more reps like that was one thing at the wringer. There's a lot of great people who are really great and so sometimes getting those rip reps are really hard I just put it out on twitter. I said who wants me on their podcast to talk about the wnba playoffs. And i got probably ten people responding and i was like back after one after another one after another just to try to get those reps to get more comfortable on a microphone in talking about something i'm passionate about which is the wnba and it was fun and i was like you know what i think. I could do this because i like it. I like talking about basketball. It's different than writing but it is still storytelling. So i wanted to branch off and try something different. And that's what happened and jordan's also so naturally good at it. She speaks incomplete sentences. Whereas i like. There's this book i read earlier. In the year the translators bride and the first chapter one and it was probably like twelve pages..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"So you get a chance to blue ira to not only kind of shape their vision but you know they want you to be on basketball podcast. So how does it go from. Hey haley do a basketball podcast for us to what spinsters is like. How did you go. About conceiving that how did you reach out to jordan and jordan. We'll go to you at first. It was just pitched as we want you to to contribute to narrative podcasts in some way pitch them. Host them etcetera. And then you have this conversational basketball podcast. That will go twice a week or something. And then i was working with peter and john yale's and john and i really have a lot in common in terms of like wanting to share stories. Obviously he's head of narrative and looking at sports a bit outside of sports and peter and i were really focused on. How do we make this different. And the i it was like well. It's going to be. I'm not going to have a male co host. So is that just different enough because not the not to say it doesn't exist. Sports obviously look at the podcast ron. But it doesn't exist enough at like a really high exposure level. I guess so we well. That'll make different. And then you know maybe we'll we'll talk about a little outside of the nba and then it just all of a sudden we're like well. What if we told these stories. What if we tried this thing. What if we did this in between what if there was reporting and one day peter said what if this is like an audio magazine and sometimes you have blogs and sometimes you have features and sometimes you have things that you dive into and sometimes you have oral histories which is kind of a weird thing to say. Like the podcast. But you know everything's kind of an oil industry and that really sparked the idea of. Let's just try to do this. And if it works it works and if it doesn't it doesn't tvd on that. And as jordan. I was just reaching out to people who friends. Who i i knew would like give me in half an hour of their time so i could practice trying to be on a podcast because my only experience prior was on he check and i was very much just someone that john could throw to and i could say you know my thirty seconds of things and it was very comfortable. And it's not as comfortable being a host. So i ask shorted for some of her time and we had a great conversation and after the conversation i just told peter like i actually think that she we should try to make her the co host and he listened to it and john listen to it and they agreed so that i called her and she said yes. Thank god jordan. Tell us your perspective. So you had left the ringer to go work at mojo. Which if you want to describe what you do there everything but it seemed like you were a little bit of the content creating media journalism bubble little bit. And how did haley. I guess bring you back in. Yes so. I was at an mojo for a month when haley called me. I just started there. I'd left the wringer mojo is a startup. We just launched in march and it's a youth sports app that is helping coaches plan their practices to bring the magic and the fun back to use sports so me being an athlete and growing up in that space..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"These amazing contributors who are just telling stories that we couldn't tell that we want to tell her that we want to be heard that aren't necessarily just strictly about the nba. So yeah it's been wonderful. It's it's been a fun opportunity. So far and i just. I'm glad that peter and i had that initial meeting. Oh i love the so much. So i should you know editor orioli. Editor's note here that we are on the blue. I our podcast network. As well burn all down is but we're we're in editorially independent of the blue wire podcast network so They have no control over our our content. And i just want to say that. No this is spot-on spun gone. I've i've been brought. This is actually an outbreak. It did it. Did start sounding a little. Bit like outbreaks. Well we actually just got the okay to do this story yesterday. So i'm like feeling very like a heart you know. My heart is very warm right now toward them. So good timing or blue wire. we've had great. We love blue. rt. We've had great experiences with them. You know. I just like some transparent. There's a ticker on the lower left. Lindsay gibbs says she hates every burgers. We know you love listening to us. Burned off down. But what's stopping you from grabbing a mike and starting your own show. Well now there's nothing because you can host that podcast at blue wire hustle. Hustle was created to give everyone the opportunity to either take your existing podcast to the next level. Or if you want to host a podcast. They just don't know where to start..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"Fall when i was randomly back in greensboro and had my cousin his little daughter over and for dinner and the wnba playoffs happen to be on. And put it on in the background like you. Do you know accept. It was really can be my foreground. I wasn't gonna be paying attention to them and my little cousin looks at me she goes. I didn't know girls could play basketball. And i saw on that level. You know like she was so it was like their on. Espn and basically haven't stopped crying. Agree amazing haley. What about you. What is your first basketball memory. I was thinking well. Jordan was answering now because she has such a nice origin story. I don't really think i have one. He's kind of a bigger thing than basketball where. I don't really like my childhood memories. I'm like yeah. I feel like i have four like third grade happen. I can remember watching louisville games with my dad and there are a lot of louisville players from like david padgett area and t will which is when i was a little bit older that i just held so dear and we got so into it do distinctly remember when francisco went to the league and he went early declared early just crying and asking my dad why he had to leave and my dad just sitting me down and explaining like the nba. Why people go and they make money. And so yeah i was. It was heartbreaking. But maybe that's the moment that radicalized me until like okay so he needs to make money to survive so i was like trying to figure out figuring out how this world works. Ncw doesn't pay players so it's all happening for me at that age. As far as my own basketball career. I played not well and in sixth grade coach was basically like. I don't know if you're going to get any playing time if you come back in seventh grade. I didn't get any playing time in sixth grade. So i was a garbage minutes now and that's about it. I scored one basket. Actually can't even confirm that. I'll have to ask my mom. That might be like something. I've told myself to make myself feel better but it have watched basketball. My entire life and the nba was actually more recent than college. A more recently adoration and obsession because growing up in indiana having family from all from kentucky both sides college basketball is pro basketball. But that really transitioned for me with kevin durant and then he was like the gateway drug to everyone else kevin durant. I watched him. And i was like i absolutely need to keep watching him. And then you're introduced to all these other players. It's kind of what's happening for me now. With the w honestly so which is cool. Welcome i love that concept of like how. I'm going to frame this question next. What was your basketball like gateway drug. So thank you for giving me like. I am just unabashedly going to steal that and i'm just letting everybody a drug reference. Just i do love so much that you just tell your basketball origin story. I feel like we both got your year radicalization moments as well..

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"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

Burn It All Down

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"ligon" Discussed on Burn It All Down

"I've been waiting a while to do with two of my favorite people in this weird world. Sports media halio shaughnessy executive producer blue wire jordan. Lincoln's editor at mojo and together they are the co host of one of the best new pods around spinsters high love. That's a great introduction. Thank you but. I actually read it. Because i should say at a time. That for our flame. Throwers that we are taking the month of june off so this is not your regular roundtable. Burn pile episode. This is the first of multiple interview episodes. You're going to get this month as we. You know i'm sure. Just you know sipping our margaritas and we won't be doing anything you know. I'll come back just ferry rested because we all are take some well deserved. How amazing like very good at taking time off. And i definitely have no other projects that i'm behind on that i will be working on. I was gonna say you guys are like a group of professors and academics. And there's really. I don't think any. Us twenty projects all going on at the same time. So yeah. I don't know time off is what i hope. There are margaritas involved in all. My co hosts have children. And i just don't know like i do by far the had no clue. I'm behind on literally every single aspect but anyways weird detouring so first of all if you have not subscribed yet don't pause episode because then you might forget to come back to it so just like make note in your notes out to subscribe to spinsters legitimately thrilled to be able to talk about how that show came about but first of all. I just want to get to know you both a little bit better. Let's start with you jordan. What's your first basketball memory. Like also held is derek fisher. I i wanna ask you lots of tissue dignity the note from my people at just kidding. I'm the one the one thing she will one thing joining one day cruiser. No i'm just getting my first memory. That's such a great question. It was when i was five years old and it was my first season. we had. We wear the lakers t shirts instead of jerseys. It was a co ed team and this guy on my team was like he would steal the ball from me and i would get so mad and in the middle of the game. I like went over to my dad. I was like he keeps stealing the ball from me..

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'Black grief and white grievance' at New Yorks New Museum

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:06 min | 1 year ago

'Black grief and white grievance' at New Yorks New Museum

"Now. The new museum in new york this week open grief and grievance art and morning in america and exhibition originally conceived for the museum by the hugely influential curator of queen ways or before. He died in two thousand nine hundred nineteen grief and grievance features thirty seven artists to address the theme of morning commemoration and loss in response to the racist violence experienced by african american communities the title the museum says refers to quote the intertwined phenomena of black grief and a politically orchestrated white grievance against each structures and defines contemporary american social and political life. Curatorial advisory group has worked together to realize an interpreter. Basil's vision maximiliano gio knee of the new museum. The artist glenn ligon in ways. As regular curatorial collaborator mark. Nash and owe me beckwith scenic creator of the museum of contemporary art in chicago. He's just been appointed chief curator of the guggenheim museum in new york editor in the americas. Helen stolis spoke to beckwith about the exhibition. I wondered what's it been like bringing the show to its final stages making sure that oakley's incredible vision has been realized. What was your thinking through the process to make sure you've got this kind of final end stage oak. We have a brial mind. There were always so many things that he was thinking about and working on and he can have an idea a decade ago that manifests itself into a show much much later and so his ability to kind of hold and juggle things Intellectually and mentally that then get realized later was uncanny honestly the more that i read essays of his from about ten years ago i realized the core of some of this thinking was already there especially the core of ideas in grief ingredient. So all that is to say that this actually is unlikely to be. Oh quiz show believe it or not. They'll be more coming more things to watch and see. The man's ambitions were amazing and so lars they will extend extend far past life But in terms of grief and grievance started as a lecture series for harvard and oh a curator. He thinks through art a curious interesting. That i'm still speaking about him in present tense and so he thinks through ours and he started then to take. These ideas That he'd been mulling over these ideas around. What really are the kind of core conditions of american race relations. Where did they begin. What catalyzed them and what are the ramifications of that core This sense of black loss and a sense of white grievance let really in his mind got catalyzed around the civil war. What are those ramifications for the american polity right now our process as curatorial advisors which is what we've been calling ourselves has really been about trying to round out oh quiz vision where it was necessary. Okay already had a rather. Set schematic for the show. He had core objects that he was interested. In working with a painting of awesome blogs painting by daniel johnson another awesome. Blah's painting by jack whitten and a painting regime michel basquiat. He was really interested in these three objects as the ways to anchor away of of both thinking through reactions to Black and justice but also aesthetic forms that moved between abstraction and figuration between forms that are legible and gestures that deal. Mostly i think with the monochromatic. So these being the kind of catalyzing ideas for the show. were great signposts for us so then began to work with those themes and ideas for the rest of the checklist.

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Acorn Woodpeckers Fight Long Bloody Territorial Wars

60-Second Science

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Acorn Woodpeckers Fight Long Bloody Territorial Wars

"What you're hearing is worth. Woodpeckers a species called acorn packers. The birds fight long bloody battles over access to trees where these woodpeckers nest and store their food. You guessed it Acorns, the abilities, giant Ligon grannies, and these are. Basically on storage structures, but the store thousands of ACORNS every fall Sarah's with the Smithsonian national, Museum of Natural History in Bark and dead bars of trees they make individual holes in which the store one garnered a time and Some GRANITZ may have tens of thousands of holes, woodpeckers that hold high quality territory die others come to claim it for themselves. That's when the fighting began so. It's a lot of energy that they were in and that sort of as you how valuable big grants are for them. So they put in a lot of effort in the shark known for this big long term price. Bourbon is colleagues tracked acorn woodpeckers doing these power struggles the researchers observed to twelfth groups of birds sparring for a single territory typically with three or four birds pork lamb. Individual, birds May, fight more than ten hours a day for several days. We don't know that board last that long it's it's really really amazing. You have. You can imagine if you can imagine the. California. There's the big oak tree and you can just hear board calling a because they give very distinct. These WACKO WACKO calls when they're fighting each other. From. You can hear it from far away. There are so many boards calling and when you go closer, you'll see birds. Flying around pretty chaotically, there are birds washing so most. Coalitions will group together every now and then and sprouts spread out their wings on a prominent branch of the tree anshuman basically who they are that they are together but these conflicts often the violence the you see birds with big injuries in see bloodied feathers you can see is style boards with some injuries that are obviously fatal be seen boards, broken wings and also boards far the crown like fighting each other like like I often boards. Have Spears from out. So they can do a lot of damage to each other other woodpeckers flew in from up to three kilometers away just to watch the fighting and to Glean Social Information The studies in Journal current biology. The scientists say these battles reveal a lot about animals social behavior. If you often think of birds is not very intelligent animals, but we are discovering very quickly that we are not the only a busy busybody nosy super curious social animal. And boards are doing that all the time social complexity is something that's a multiple times in the animal kingdom and we are just one of them.

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Tino Ligon, Gilroy California And Nineteen Year discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Tino Ligon, Gilroy California And Nineteen Year discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal

"Police are searching for a motive as they investigate multiple crime scenes following the shooting at the Gilroy California garlic festival that left four dead including the suspected gunman identified as nineteen year old son Tino Ligon the three victims include a six year old boy a thirteen year old girl in a manner as twenties Sunday's deadly shooting also injured at least sixteen people one

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"ligon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:18 min | 3 years ago

"ligon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Also wrestling, observer dot com. So let's start with this, because I didn't know it till I got a text message. Then I did some investigations during the break, and I got more news person says if LARs is indeed out, six to nine months. I see as main Rosser career being done Vince would just give up on the guy. So apparently think everyone's aware that Larson Lavin suffered an injury. And all I know is that it was one of those things in pro wrestling, where it was just a fluke deal. I don't even know what it was. I just know that it was one of those fluke deals that happens all the time you're just doing something. And then there goes, whatever body part, I think it was his name, but anyway, he got out of surgery this morning. And he will be out for six to nine months and the reality is, and I could be wrong. I've been wrong before, but looking at history. A guy that looks like Lord Sylvan is going to get another chance. He's getting a lot of them and the perfect example for you is if you look at the careers of triple h in Ramos cheerio, these are the two perfect examples. Okay. One guy was a big giant dude with great hair who happened to be, I guess, married, Stephanie McMahon that doesn't hurt and the other guy was a little guy, five two and whatever he waited time and Ramos was super over and he was super popular. But Ray mysterious they felt that he was injury prone. Now, if you actually add up all of the time that Ramos cheerio has missed due to injury. And triple h is miss dude injury. You'll never guess who has missed far more time due to injury and was not deemed injury prone, why that would be triple h because when you're big, and your main inventor, you can get injured many many many many times, and they will continually throw you back in the ring. If you are small or they're not doing anything with you. You get a couple of injuries and they're like cat, Tony thing with this guy. He gets all the time. So point of this is I think that LARs will be back. And I think that he will basically be put back exactly where he was when he returns. That's my thoughts. You remember when triple h Kim back in two thousand late two thousand one early two thousand and two and you look like quadruple h he was so big. He was very large would've LARs can come back even bigger. Although that's the when you're three hundred thirty pounds. I'm not sure you should come back much bigger. Well, that's the thing. I think with the knees and everything else. I mean you forget, sometimes I will say this, though, you know, what's different about this compared to two thousand two what? So I saw picture shameless recently and shame has also been out with injury can cut. That's my point like it's changed. It used to be that you would be gone. And you would come back, like forty pounds. Heavier and just absolutely gigantic and shred nocco now, people get injured and they just get absolutely shredded at home and ended up coming back like shameless. Dude. This guy has got ads like Dave Meltzer. You wouldn't even believe it. If you saw it he's absolutely shredded. I don't know what he's going to be back. But I did. I did see that photo C. Even Dave knows the all that muscle. You know, it looks aesthetically it's wonderful. But, you know, it's not going to keep you alive. The cardio keep show live. All right. Let's go to the phones. You're on the air. What's going on? Come on, buddy. You go. Going once going twice is it him with the phone. Why is it so difficult? All right. Caller. You're on the air. What's going on give it a shot? Try your Bello trying to looking and working, it's working what's going on. Nothing much I was calling with regards to the G one with a question on full of regarding it. Of course, it, we got some minority Suzuki the month. Grunt, audio them all. You know, with north Vicky being the only leader of the main factions in new Japan, not to be participating in the g one what would be the storyline implications moving forward? Like I imagine there will be a feud with, like research, but breath, the function itself, would this leaves you battle for leadership houses, suck the junior and a few on, what would be with you. Well. That's my dome show. I I'll be honest, if I don't know exactly what the plan is. And I could I could give you a zillion reasons of why Minoru Suzuki Zack sabre junior, I think should be tag team champions. I and, and a in a like, legit tag partnership, leading into a feud, but, you know, with Suzuki being out, and I'm like, are the feud with lighter that I'm sure is going to happen, and we'll pay off somewhere. If you wanna pay off lighter and Suzuki earlier than the Tokyo dome, then to me you might as well. Go ahead and start pushing say junior, minora Suzuki, because Virginia is leader of that group or the possible leader of that group. I think is a great way to go with him. And with such a glut of talent up top and the in the title picture. You wanna keep Zack sabre junior strong, and you want to keep them competitive in an interesting stuff. And I think, you know, on three continents, you know, you can do Zack sabre junior and Minoru Suzuki, and people will be very, very happy. How do you see if I can find out why minorities Zukis numb g one this year because? Like everybody really cares a lot. You know what I'm saying? Like this is one of the big stories of the G one is why as a minority Zouqi, not in it. And when I look at the actual lineup for the G one, and like God bless the dude. But, you know, bad luck Fale is in there and yon knows in there. Yeah. But, you know, everybody serves a purpose. I know that Yano Yano does serve the purpose for the easy match for anybody. But still, it's like why isn't Suzuki in their own? There's usually a reason for that. And they usually play play that into things because this isn't like usually to God, or even like attends on or a Kajima. Nobody's really talking about them in and bringing it up or anything like that. But Suzuki you know, everybody is very aware of it, including the promotion in how it's kind of being presented. So I'm sure they're going to do more with this, but it also could just very simply be a matter of you have all of this talent, there Menora is not going anywhere. And he's fifty whatever it is years old. You let some of these other guys take the weight and also if somebody gets hurt with somebody is bound to in this. Thing. I don't think we'll be seeing Dokie inserted. We'll be seeing someone like a minority Suzuki. Well, I'm not saying he's going to be in everybody, but they are doing Zack sabre junior Yoshi ha match next week. And if Yoshiaki she wins he will take Zack sabre spot. Yeah. And, and there could be an angle there that was very random, stipulation for them to do. Well, yeah. And that was the background of, you know, the when everybody was focused on the tag match with ligon Yoshihashi Zack sabre junior and minorities Zouqi dominion, you know, the all the focus was on the Suzuki and lager and ended up being Yoshihashi that got the quick pin on Zack sabre junior, which okay was is that going to set up a British tile defense? What, what exactly is going to take place there? Well, it's actually Virginia putting up his g one spot, and let's be honest here. If he loses you have another, another person that Yoshihashi they can take more ELS in the bracket, and what you also have is another reason for abour junior and Minoru Suzuki to be a little Pissy with each other. All right. So this is a big story. A mention this week ago and people didn't even know.

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"ligon" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ligon" Discussed on KOMO

"Ask the better, your chance of getting the quality care that you expect and your pet deserves. I'm problem-solver Connie Thompson, coming up after traffic and weather, Missouri joins Alabama in restricting abortions. We'll have that story. Coming up right now. Aaa traffic update from Kierra Jordan. We are still working with a crash right now in shoreline. It southbound I five at one hundred forty fifth and it's been blocking two left lanes. And we're now seeing heavy backup that starts little bit north of state. Route one oh four. If you are traveling from Lynnwood to Seattle, it is now coming in with a forty nine minute drive. So you might want to consider an alternate route to help you get through that area. You could use a Meridian you'd be southbound ninety nine northbound I five nothing blocked there. But that's a busy drive in Seattle from the mission. Ligon curve toward the convention center. We've been working with very long-term crash in the woodinville area. Westbound state route five t to it is west of state route or excuse me of highway nine and it's blocking the left lane that's causing still about a mile or so backup into the area. It's also affecting southbound highway nine as you're approaching state route five t to southbound four or five nothing reported is blocked, though. And you are working with scattered slowing traveling through king and park. Northbound four or five is still slow for the valley freeway to forty fourth. This traffic report is sponsored by indeed dot com. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions, and then zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com slash higher. Our next traffic eleven twenty four clouds and then increasing showers this afternoon with a high near sixty five that's pretty much what we're going to have through the weekend right now. We take a look around the sound.

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"ligon" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"ligon" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Chop right head. You know, what it is keep duck so much to sometimes these right hands are hitting on the top of the head in the back of the head and he's fucking up. She's Lopez is long to. Good left hook kief like three of them. She's. Oh shit. Look like oh damn to by. Keith you. You. Kief about a year other left to the body. Oh, he really put it in this one championship. Dan, Lopez breaking. That'd be like sling blade to the bud. He blocked that Lopez. Keep having to. On the man is high fight. Sometimes that's why. Well, who else fought like this on the back foot and never lows you guessed. It may weather. Oh, shit ligon clip. Oh, yeah. You got all he heard. Oh. Fucker? Oh, he's still getting hit though. Holy shit. A lot of success. But I wasn't a spec. Initiate, this is a lot of success. My hope from period. He art thing. There's Vesper what what what is going on over? Here is like is like is like he is like he really took it literal. Like, you know, rose by you. Now fuck that I ain't at the crossroad bra. He puts the pace he got keep under the month. Yeah. Eric cruise in Texas son grad on a super Chaz tickets are available half price for Thurmond's fans to hop on the Spence train. True to whatever I'm be right here. The boxer always based upon. Yeah. I don't know about that. He's can you see this? Oh shit. Okay. Pay little kief come out God for your four points combination. Low said, not ain't do shit. Lopez work. Shit. Lopez that come on. Let's go. At one time name from him. Can you Pez is like, yo? Oh my God. Brow? Wonder I wonder if you got the money of robber in like the Garcia family like did you drop two three four five hundred on Lopez at a plus forty two hundred m. If the drought is more likely now the draw. Well, the Joe the draw wasn't as high as he is to win right now on On your. your lawn is closed, but right before the fight. But he was as high as forty two hundred fan. But they right hand dying. Jack is the truth said Ness, finally admits the few fury beach. Now, we got power wildly different. But Kif Kif. You know, he's a boxer Anna punch, man, keeping everything. Oh nice. And you wanna fight another fight. But I don't understand how stand up to this shit. Access Lopez Ray his power, man. Lopez hit by canal. Oh, my Donna. And now Keith. Being out his Lopez. Biggest hell. They got a seven four therm eight three Thurman. One hundred eight to one hundred..

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"ligon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ligon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Americans. We reject the ideology of globalism. And we embraced the doctrine of patriotism. Mark ligon is a professor at Georgetown university's school of foreign service. He says this most recent development, not responding to requests for UN N investigations breaks with previous Republican administrations league on was a senior official on human rights in the George W Bush administration. It's not invoked today to be open to criticism by the UN. And that's not a hasn't been an uncommon view among conservatives over time. But the Bush administration allowed you win investigations even on uncomfortable subjects like detentions at Guantanamo. Although in that case, the administration rejected the UN's findings the US should always be open to questions and investigations by the UN because it wants other countries to do. So how can it expect other countries to be transparent? If we cannot the Trump administration has claimed a continued commitment to human rights, even though it. Pulled out of the UN Human Rights Council last year. The vice president has spoken out against the persecution of weaker in China, but Danny is skinny says, they're not protecting human rights workers in their own country. This administration has just gutted protection for human rights defenders were doing not work. And I happened to be one of the Canaries in the coal mine. And she says not just because she's transgender I'm being attacked because of the political work that I do think it has broader implications for a lot of other people who oppose Trump as skinny feel safe in Sweden. She says being transgender isn't a big deal there. She's applied for asylum. But she doubts it'll be granted to an American citizen for the world. I'm Rupa Shenoy an unprecedented wave of protests in Sudan, that's just ahead here on.

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