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The Epic Games vs. Apple Trial Has Begun. Here's What You Need to Know

The Vergecast

01:47 min | Last month

The Epic Games vs. Apple Trial Has Begun. Here's What You Need to Know

"What we are not going to enter is the end stage of apple versus epic. Not my best segue. But i'm sticking to. I was wondering wasn't great but at a year it's week two of the trial. The first week involved a lot of executives on the stand a lot of internal emails. I would say everybody was a little loosey. Goosey with document production this week. It's a bunch of experts like antitrust experts and things have tightened up a little bit. But there's still a lot going on. Yeah so it's we had one day of more executives. The most fun weird thing of the week happened which was that. They fought over a banana. And then since then we've had three days of expert witnesses who are just getting into incredibly exhaustive detail about how you define the market that everyone is fighting over. Yes so if you are coming to this cold. And i am so sorry. If you're coming the chest in the middle of a little jealous you're coming to this. Cold apple makes the iphone. Is you mean. We're not now on the iphone. Starting here if you are coming to the verge cassie not apple on the iphone are god bless you. You're out of your comfort zone. And i applaud you but apple iphone to do an inept purchase for most things. You open the app you want to buy something for anything digital apple takes a thirty percent cut trish mall developer they take a smaller cut but for big developers at scouts. Thirty percent that rules on bendable epic which makes night which to bend this rule. They put fortnight on the phone and they issue a hot fix. Their word is part of something called project liberty also their word where they put their own payment system into fortnight bypassing. Apple's payment system apple kicks him off the store. Epic files antitrust lawsuit. Here we are

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Author of 'Reckoning With Race in America' Explains Structuring of His Book

Influencers with Andy Serwer

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Author of 'Reckoning With Race in America' Explains Structuring of His Book

"To influencers. I'm Andy serwer and Welcome to our guest Michael Eric Dyson, who is a professor of Sociology at Georgetown University will be going to Vanderbilt University MSNBC political analyst and author of the new book long time coming Reckoning with race in America Michael. Nice to see you dead red to see you as well my friend and it's great to be on your show. Thank you very much. So the new book long time coming Reckoning with race in America is written as litters. Mm ordered African-Americans. Can you talk about the structure of the book and why you wanted to do the piece the the the work this way? Yeah, you know, I wanted to write letters to these murdered Martyrs and incense not simply talk about them. But speak to them a kind of rhetorical munja. Intimacy through the epistolary form letters that allow me to speak out loud think out loud. How come talk out loud about what happened to them. We are to commune with them. So to speak not in the kind of loosey-goosey spiritualist way, but in an ancestral recognition way and many of them recently arrived ancestors, Brianna Taylor Sandra boss and the Reverend clementa Pinckney hadiya Pendleton and some much older like Emmett Till. So I wanted to think out loud talk about the issues that confronted them that issues that continue to confront us off. And in communing with them talking with them talking to them about what happened after they died too in a way give a progress report of the soul of Black America wage and to figure out how we move forward

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

"Brought to you by magic spoon. You heard that magic spoon, right? So look here's the deal growing up in my household. We had a ton of cereal. We had all the fun shit. It was the best. You could just grab a box of cereal and I eat a circus in your mouth and you were a kid, you didn't know the deal. You didn't know that you're. Guzzling down that much sugar and I have to tell you that now that I have a child and I have the responsibility of being very. Health conscious for my child and making sure that she gets the the food that she needs and we don't get little Loosey Goosey with the sugar too much. It's actually it's kind of hard and it's sad and depressing I can't feed her though cereals that I grew up on. Because I know that it's not good for. And that's why today's episode is brought to you by magic spoon and that's why I've tried magic spoon and that's why I am telling you a personal testimonial that from now on to sort of quench that fund serial Vibe I want my daughter to be able to have feed her magic spoon she's already tried a blueberry. She's tried frosted she's tried fruity and she's tried cocoa. Those are the four flavors and they're absolutely fantastic and here's the best part of the whole thing zero sugar eleven, grams of protein three net grams of carbs n each serving. It tastes absolutely amazing and I'm not. I'm not saying that just because it's an ad I've tried all these cereals. They're absolutely amazing. It's Kito friendly gluten free grain free soy free low carb, and GMO free so If this interest you if you have children even if you don't have children and you just want to relive. Your. Childhood. Food cereal flavors without the guilt of.

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"Was he the one who pulled out the x caliber out of the stone? Now I am I am I. Am I missing a mythologies anyway. Main point is this. This video game is inspiring me to want to. Look deeper into this. History of this stuff to see to see how close this stuff matched up. How close did this history match up? There are certain key points. But then what's beautiful is with with the minute of it like little conversations and whatnot that maybe were not mentioned in any books. All that stuff is made up. So, very much improvised. Film that feels that we see the key points it's like improvisation get the key points. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. We're GONNA talk about this subject and eventually go to that subject and eventually go to that subject than when the guy walks through the door we're gonNA talk about this subject but anything in between is kind of. Kind of Loosey Goosey. but this what's interesting is That must be so fun to create a historical. Recounting. And then add all the elements. What if they went this way what if they went that way? What if they met this person would if they person. Because it's Histories like that. It's anybody's guess. You've got people who documented I would say with technology we've been able to really I mean even then even then you try to document that stuff, it's all. Dependent upon editing. WHO's adding the CGI to it or not? So pendragon. If you'RE A video game enthusiasts? You can get it on steam. Look up the. Makers of this game here..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on No Agenda

"You know whatever it is. I do have a couple of more would come more Biden. Well know typically we close by forgot there's a bunch of things to do business. Yeah. You know all the stuff that I do Well I'm really trying to make it sound beautiful and good. Thank you, everybody. Are. Executive producers and associate executive producers for Episode One Thousand Two hundred seventy one of our agenda. As, value for value. So this is why we have it's crazy and it's it's Loosey Goosey it's not a set system because we're not paying Patriarca to take your money away from the show. Now we do it ourselves an the best we can that's why crazy amounts and donation notes and and it's it's the mess, but it's our mess and we love it and without it would not be the best podcast universe because it's produced by us. But certainly by you and these executive and associate executive producers deserve all that real credit they're getting which they can use anywhere and please consider us for the The second Thursday show the week Goto. Dot Org slash. And just remember all you have to say to fit in the club bill back better. Formula is this. We go out. In the mall..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on No Agenda

"You know whatever it is. I do have a couple of more would come more Biden. Well you know typically we close by forgot there's a bunch of things to do business. Yeah. You know all the stuff that I do. Well I'm really trying to make it sound beautiful and good. Thank you. Everybody are executive producers and associate executive producers for episode. One Thousand Two, hundred, seventy, one of our agenda. As value for value. So this is why we have it's crazy and it's it's Loosey Goosey. It's not a set system because we're not paying patriarch to take your money away from the show. Now, we do it ourselves an the best we can, that's why crazy amounts and donation notes and and it's it's the mess, but it's our mess and we love it and without it would not be the best podcast universe because it's produced by us. But certainly by you and these executive and associate executive producers deserve all that real credit they're getting which they can use anywhere and please consider us for the The second Thursday show the week Goto. Dot. Org Slash. And just remember all you have to say to feed in the club bill back, better? Formula is this. We go out. Mall..

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Apple and Google are fighting over the future of the web

The 3:59

10:07 min | 11 months ago

Apple and Google are fighting over the future of the web

"Apple, Google, or who the biggest players in technology and fundamentally different ways of seeing where the Internet is going, and whoever wins out in this big conflict may have a huge impact on how we experienced the web broader. Chang and this is your charge. To break this down is see nets, reporter and resident giant Brain Stephen Shanklin welcome shank high, so Google and apple been rivals on many different levels for for many years. At what is this new battlefront? Look like well. This is basically a disagreement or a difference of opinion about where the web should go, and what the right balance is between Web APPS that run on the web in native APPs deployed into all the programming interfaces you'll see on an iphone or on windows or on Android so it's web versus native. Tunnel little bit about their respective positions. What's really informing? Why they're taking the positions, they are well. Google was born on the web and it is a huge fan of the web, and it's chrome. Browser dominates usage of the web so as you might expect. It's really a big fan of the web improving what the web can do. Make it as interactive as possible. Make It. As easy as possible to build advanced Web APPs that can do a lot of different things, basically Web APPs that powerful is native APPs apple on the other hand. It's obviously hugely successful with its iphone. In one of the reasons that's been successful as all the native APPs that run on the iphone and of course, apple gets a lot of money, not just from selling iphones, but also from taking its cut of. The fees that developers have to pay. Somebody buys something through Apple's APPs store, so apple is not. It doesn't disliked the web, but it has a bigger affinity for native APPs than Google does yes. Oh I use apps obviously on my phone. I browse the Internet to. Why should I care about this dispute? What really this boils down to sort of a difference of philosophy? Are you more of a fan of an open computing platform like the web or you more a fan of native APPs so that? That openness has a lot of advantages. If you decide to dump your windows laptop and moved to an IPAD, then that's going to be easier if the web is really at the center of your experience. If you're somebody who uses a lot of native APPS, you might like those on your iphone, but that might make it hard to switch to Android, because you're kind of walked into the apple iphone APPs on the other hand. Native APPs often are a lot more responsive a lot more powerful so. Baked often offering a better user experience, so it's about a difference in philosophy. What's more important to you? Each side certainly has its advantages and disadvantages. Yeah, one one way Google's trying China address this with their Web APPs. Is Something called progressive? Web APPs, which which are more fully featured talk about that. What what are what are they look like? And would we actually see some these progressive web? APPS pop up. Are here today Google? Helped coined the term and its aggressively pushing a bunch of technology that makes Progressive Web APPs better PWA's. You'll see that a lot in a tech circles, so yes as you said it's basically more of a packaged web. APP So right now you typically use your browser open A website do what you need to do on the website. If you're using progressive web APP, you might prompt that says hey. Do you want to save this to your home screen? Do you WanNa? Say this year start menu, and then you can save that as an APP you commend launched later without having to go through the browser, their wad of different features in Progressive Web. APPS that make them work faster. Make them work offline and generally improve the experience compared to a native APP. These are gradually. Increasing in power utility, there are a lot of companies like Uber in twitter and starbucks that have that liked them and have had pretty good success with them, so they're definitely increasing in importance I guess you can say it's basically the latest phase in improving the web web used to be this foundation for static documents studied with hyper links, and it got gradually more and more Interactive Progressive Web APPs the latest vanguard of that interactivity. Fred to a you set up. Up these two sides pretty nicely. What which side has more support backing? It depends on who you're asking about so web developers love power. They love features, and they love chrome, so the web developers no question they really like Google way of thinking in a lot of them. Don't like apples. Speed of improving its safari browser one of the big issues is that on iphones and IPADS? Safari is obviously not just the default browser, but also even if you're using chrome. It's apple's safari technology, so apple really controls. What's what goes on on an IPHONE or an IPAD? So the web developers really bristle about that. If you're talking about the average user Heidel really think most people know the difference mostly at this stage. If you're developing markets, places that don't have a many powerful devices, don't have very fast networks often, the web has a lot more urban advantage sometimes wetbacks to be much smaller and faster and easier to use than a native where you have to go through an APP store. Download a big head, the APP yet in. Terms of WHO's likely to win. Is there any kind of indication or still still too early I? Don't think either side is going to vanquish the other. I think the web is pretty healthy in is going to continue to be so I think native. APPS are not going to die, even for example, twitter is a fan, but if you load the twitter mobile, APP in some places, it'll say hey, have you? You tried our twitter native APP so it's not it's not really clear that one side of the other is going to actually prevail what the big question is which way it's going to tilt in the future and bats kind of uncertain what it looks to me at this stage is that the web developers and some people actually use the web like these advanced features, and there's pressure on apple two in. The features it builds into safari. Safaris team is growing. Apple has been adding some of these features. If not always as fast as Google would like also, there are a lot of allies that Google has like Intel and Microsoft, which is a very big powerful. Ally that are pushing this web direction so I think the web will steadily get more powerful, but native apps are certainly not going away. Okay, let me in the way you describe it with between absent browsers I think for a lot of folks. I tend to use more APPs on my phone. The expect you said the experiences, a bit more fully fleshed out likewise when I'm on my computer, I tend to use my browser a lot more rather than apps unless there's really specific program like. Is it just? Is it a matter of? Being a phone, the desktop experience, or has that plane the argument? There's definitely a difference between what happens on your laptop in what happens on your phone browsing on your phone? Even though apple actually helped pioneer mobile browsers with the first iphone way back in two thousand seven. It still is not as good as a native APP generally speaking. So that initial disadvantage I think really has persisted. A lot of people were trained to look for APPS in the APP store, not go to mobile websites that were broken or didn't work well or limited or just said for example you go to the yelp website, it says install the YELP APP. So you know there are a lot of disincentives to using the mobile web. Google's trying to reduce those, but there's still a huge gap then when you compare it to a laptop where a lot of people can just live in a web browser. Maybe they need photoshop or Microsoft Word or some other. Video or photo editor running on their laptop, but mostly the web is how a lot of us can get worked on the laptop. That dynamic I think. It's changing I think the web is getting more powerful on phones, but it's not clear to me that it's getting so much more powerful that it's really going to be the primary way we interact on our phones. I think especially for the APPS that you use a lot one to ten twenty times a day. Those are probably going to be native APPS for most people. I'm just trying to get a sense for our listeners. What what this actually means, if one side wins like what what is Apple's vision of the future look like versus Google's vision with feature well I think way it. Shakes out, it's not so much that one side of the other is going to win, it's that it's going to tilt one way or the other and I think in the apple do more priority on native apps spend more time in walled gardens silos I'm not sure what the right term is exactly, but basically more time on one companies platform where it's harder to switch out of that email service in that music streaming service in. In that collection of APPs The web vision. It's a bit more open loosey-goosey. You might have to do more vetting yourself. Is this service worth my money? Is this email service safe to use? So it's there's less hand holding, but it's more open so kind of a different one is one is arguably easier on the customer, but if you do want to make changes or control your destiny, it gets a bit harder. Shack this is the first in a series looking at this issue. What what else you have on tap this week are also gonna be looking at some of these security. Implications of Web APPs the more power you give to the web, the more the attack surface gets bigger, the more ways there are for a hackers to attack your browser and your entire phone and laptop, and we're going to be looking specifically at twitter, which as a pretty interesting story about why it made the choices it did. Did with its own web APP, so it's sort of a a look at how it sees the world. Obviously, twitter is a pretty important application right now as a native APP and web APP. We thought there'd be interesting example to look into their decision. Great thanks for joining me.

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Post Show: What it Was Like to Interview Kara Swisher

Inside Podcasting

07:43 min | 1 year ago

Post Show: What it Was Like to Interview Kara Swisher

"Hello and welcome to inside podcasting. This is a mini episode in which a special guest will speak with me of how to interview Cara Swisher. If you missed my original interview with Kara go back and listen to that first and then come back and listen to this behind the scenes episode. It'll make a lot more sense that way and with that I will introduce my special guest. Today he is the man who is on the phone with me dealing with my stress at the very beginning of last week's episode. My husband Dawn Pillsbury. Welcome to inside podcasting Dawn. Thank you sky. Feel like I've been waiting for this moment for the last two years have been living living living. The podcast living the dream and just been waiting for an invite to participate. So thanks for having me on board. I'm excited I think. I'm uniquely positioned to drive some insights out of this episode because I really was breathing and living it with you over the past. It seems like six to eight weeks. Now yes you have been and you've been sort of in the background this whole time and this is your here your fifteen minutes don well. I might be twenty but I'm looking excited to be in the foreground. Let's start with care. Swisher is a pretty good get. I would say for any podcast but especially a little podcast. Like inside podcasting. Can you just remind me and your listeners? Can how this came out sure. So I actually met Eric who I mentioned at the beginning of the interview with Eric is her producer and I think we exchanged email prior but I met him at podcast movement at some party that they were having and he gave me his business card and I remember. This is kind of funny. I am. I never keep business cards like people. Give me their business cards and to be honest I just. I'm not one of those people that's like. I don't have a Rolodex like I just figure we'll be able to get in touch with you over email or whatever but I kept his because I thought it would be amazing to have care on the show and having worked in technology and I even was at a party with her once in the nineties and even then I remember being like. Wow that is Cara Swisher. So she's just always loomed really large so when I met him there was no way I was going to give up that chance to pitch him and so when I got home I literally just I sent him an email and I was like. Do you think there's ever would ever be away that she would come on. And you know I gotTa say it was pretty easy I mean he got back pretty quick and she was in the middle of. She's about to have a baby and so we delayed in the interview for a little bit but aside from that I mean that was really the only roadblocks and and of course that was for a good reason while shows you that you just have to ask people sometimes and it might be easier to get a yes. Anybody thinks exactly well. Speaking of phone calls the phone call itself at the beginning of the episode is pretty hilarious. I had actually forgotten the you'd recorded it And when you played it for me the first thing in my mind was how annoyed I been. You had basically not listened to me and it wasn't just like last week. It was telling you for weeks that your battery was dying. So what was the very first thing that went through your mind when you realize that you couldn't start the car? Oh my God that I'm an idiot. I mean I of and of all days like to have that happen and I knew I had to call you because it even though you've been saying it over and over again like I guess it didn't really register until my car wouldn't start then I was like okay. He was he was being serious But luckily it all worked out. Thank God I was stressed in and sweaty when I got to her office but I made. Is there any chance that you'll start drinking more seriously? Now probably not will? Obviously you know. I've got a front row seat and I kind of feel like I'm in the room for putting this interview and really all your interviews together but this one particular We a lot about the some of the stories that she shared some of the things that she's done. You can obviously all those into the episode. Can you share a couple stories that you wanted to put in but yes there were some things that I did cut out for time sake and also I think when you are? I'm making a podcast that is targeted to you know. I'm hoping that the people who listen are like diehard fans of podcasts or podcasting themselves so I have to think about like what's important to them so because I grew up in and around the Silicon Valley. I've known of Cara for a long time and I knew that she had had political aspirations. She'd actually announced that she wanted to run for mayor At one point and so I her about that and I did think that her answer was interesting although her interest of like well we have a new mayor now and she's doing a good job and I wanna see how that goes. I want to get in the way of that but you know I still think it could have been interesting to leave an but the reason I took it out was because I just didn't see that that would be to someone who doesn't know Cara and he's only listening this because they want to understand the mind of someone who builds who's building a podcast You know that wouldn't be as relevant to them so I took it out for that reason. All that was a hard hard one to cut. So let's get to the interview itself. It's a great interview and there's so many stories that care has and she she just can't stop sort of talking about sort of the exciting things you've done to the people she knows but. I wonder if that make it tough for you because I know you had prepared a ton of questions and there's more than a couple times where care kind of cuts you off and starts going in a direction that she whether she wants to go there or not. She's going there. She owns all the land. Remember so what are you? How are you able to kind of adjust on the fly? When you're interviewing someone like Cara who can take over the conversation so that is a good question? I think I something going for me in that. I only brought in note cards and I think psychologically had no cards with like words on them rather than like questions written out which I sometimes do have when I'm doing an interview completely remotely and not seeing anybody even on a screen so I just had no cards. Which made me feel? I did it because I didn't want to be like this. Lame nerdy person. Who came in like all her like questions. Pretty sure not something that carrot does and might not respect so. I was like okay just look like a reporter and like just have my note cards and whatever but I think that the advantage of that was that made me feel much more loose loot sort of loosey-goosey like I kind of go with the flow. So and you know what I was also prepared for that because Kerris wisher is. That's her style like she she for people who was Rico decode. They definitely know like Edo. She just cut people off all the time. It's kind of like her in a way signature. I think it drives some people crazy. I know this actually because people have told these though but other people like me really enjoy it because I feel like she's just like this bulldog it's like you've just like let her out of Lake. Who knows where he's coming at? You and I love that about her so I didn't really mind it. I actually Kinda thought like Oh. I'm getting the real Keira you know but I I yeah I did have to pivot a little bit and I was okay with that. I was somehow survived it.

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Said all right Bro. I guess this is all good. This all checks out by like. Let me take a look at your train uniforms. And he was oh and he gives them the uniforms and they are all covered in multiple different bloodstains. God of barely fucking clean. Moore's they were. I'm sure he blamed. Just he's like. Oh No. This was a red cold. We used on train forty two. It was a Jewish person. Came up and rub peach jam strawberry jam on each. You are housed stroke. Today man. The uniforms black so whatever. It's just something on there all right so they were. I love this in my favorite part of the whole story is his interrogation. No so luke brought Lou Lewd kick kick. Lutsky brought this dude in to a small room lit with a single bare bulb. The police brought in one of the victims that had lived that he had thought he killed No and then you've sat him down you got. He starts sweating. She starts crying and then they brought in a tray all got I thought the skulls from each of his victims thought you were going to say child and I was like no but I like the tray. I like the trae. Much better. Trayful of skulls. Oh God that's that's bad ass of each of his victims who ended up passing away like they just called it the mortgage like I need this ghost train. He's School Auto Hoodie. So we pretty much immediately confessed. Andy started reasons. I like to imagine that he just started crying. When they brought in the skulls he just goes do just obliterated cry dammit. I really wanted to be a little baby about it. He was he did he did cry. I thought you said he didn't know He. Oh he did corseted Paul's a bitch. Yeah yeah he he sort of breaking down and he. He confessed and blamed his murder spree on alcoholism. Oh God do blaming Ted Bundy just wait. He blamed it on a Jewish doctor that he was seeing. God treat his gonorrhea and the doctor messed up his gonorrhea treatment and that made him rape and murder all over. Forty women fucking cop out I hate. I Hate Paul anything. Nice that I've said about Paul up to this point take it back. Take back right now. He's a fucking ass. You started off on the Paul Train. And now you're getting off the next day. He was a good train worker before he started. Raping and pillaging before somebody flip the the rapist switch. Which wasn't his doctor. It was not as Dr that. Switch the switch the rapist sw. Yeah his Jewish doctor who probably didn't exist. Yeah really though so wanted. Dave pleaded guilty to eight murders six attempted murders and thirty one cases of sexual assault on my like. He didn't even try. She has. This is a this is like the Cherry on top he was kicked out of the Nazi party. How bad of a person do you need to me for the House for the not like you like you? Can you can admitted the hate a group of people within the Nazi party and like yeah. This guy is cool. But they're apparently there's a line in the sand that the Nazis have drawn. That says you don't cross this and yeah it's all we don't rape and murder you rape and murder everybody else and you throw Jews under the bus when you're blamed for it. Yeah no they were okay with that. They like that God but yeah it was like how bad of a person they had an entire squad of units in the German Army. Who were all convicted? Murderers and pedophile led by a convicted allowed to be murder and child molester and this guy was kicked out. I love it fuck you Paul. Yeah Paul Got Fuck Off Bucking. Can't even be a Nazi that's a Shitty. You are so in July twenty six thousand nine hundred forty one. Two days. After his sentence was pronounced he was executed by Guillotine at. Who Plots and see prison. Damn you was guillotine like imagine being so awful that one Hitler himself doesn't even want you to be like he doesn't even want to be associated with you and to like after they've already invented firing squads. They've they've done all that there were still gonNa put you through a fucking guillotine bike roof. You messed up bad there buddy. Yeah like think about it. If there were like dissenters or people who were found to be sheltering Jewish people or people that there were other people they were trying to kill they would be hanged in public. If you were one of the people who were they are hunting down? You'd get one to two bullets. And that's it Paul fucking Guillotine. He gets fucking justice. This is real everyone. You heard it here first. The Nazis did one thing right. And that was guillotine inning. Oh Paul and that is going to be taken out of context sentence and sorry. I froze because I knew that that sentence is going to be taken completely out of context. That's going to be a soundbite and we're GONNA get blocked on Instagram for that one. They're gonNA that's GonNa Haunt me one day. I'm going to be a millionaire and that's GONNA come back up like you started it and I was like keep going. Keep speaking speaking J. Finish your thought. He realized my mistake. I realized it this just in pure. Vpn dropped us. Drop anybody so there you go Paul Ogres. Oh Man I love it especially the guillotine part. That's the highlight of this whole story. Oh yeah think about that was probably a couple of seconds after all right. Well that's all I got. I just remembered something. What's cell hit me with Why do you think he? He attacked so many people. Why I don't know I'm asking. Oh I thought it was like I thought you were going to lead into it with a joke. The were GONNA say why do you think he attacks so many people I'd say? Oh because this. You're like no punchline. I just I just hit my glasses into my my microphone. God it's okay. Today's kind of shit show. Because I'm literally holding up my mic. So if anybody gets terrible feedback because I keep looking at my my little wave length and like every once in a while see it. I'm like Oh God I'm moving. Stop Stop moving now. This will sound way better than next one though. Yeah let's her last. The last one was hot garbage. But that's okay. It was a cop item. So yeah so. It was fine. Why do I think he did it? You know? I think that it probably had a lot to do with the Times. Everybody was very very likely sexually repressed back in And I'm not justifying what he did by any means but I would say like that could have led into it He started getting like sexually violent. And then it just kind of turned into a downward spiral from there. But we knew he was getting some he had kids. Yeah that's fair. But like at least at that point he was. How many kids did he have to? He just had to. Yeah I mean so. He's getting laid twice in probably honestly like at that point he was probably getting. He got laid twice both times. Wife got pregnant and he was like. I WANNA sleep with you while you're pregnant. She's like no self conscious of the way I look and he goes. Oh that's okay. I'll just get it elsewhere. And then throw her off a train. So Yeah Yeah. That's unnatural escalation. I'd imagine he was probably just sexually deviant and it escalated from. There kept getting worse and worse because he was repressed my theory. I was talking about this story to my fiance and she immediately and came to the correct conclusion. As me. The psychiatrist Dr Can tell you. He's a woman hater. And he doesn't trust women because he was an illegitimate child. He probably thought his mother who put him up for adoption just like was some slot and now all women are like that. That's fair. I mean it makes it ends and then he just yeah. It makes sense with the abuse. Yeah distrusted I think. It's more of a of a trust. Yeah he didn't trust them to the point that he hated him because he always thought his wife was cheating on him. Hitler's just like I hate. I Hate Jews but I don't hate women in this guys. I Hate Jews and women and it looks like get the fuck out. Hillary was weird on women. I'm not quite sure what to think of him. Yeah we'll but yeah that that does make sense is like I could see that. Yeah and you know with this episode. I really wanted to just leave a nice. Yeah Nice taste in your mouth you know keep coming back for more and I feel like coming back. This will be my last episode on the show. Not Oh all right guys settle you got. Aj that's all. I got well. Thanks for tune in suckers I yeah catch US next week as usual on Mondays. we're getting close to the end of this season. I mean we're I don't know how many more we've got like five five more episodes for something like that. Yeah we're getting there so Four or five. Yeah Yeah so watch out. We'll have we'll have a date plan and released for when our season three will come out. But we're not at the end of this one just yet. So yeah keep listening. Tell all your friends show your grandma. She'll love it she'll Lavar Hitler jokes Oh Yeah Yeah. Catch us on instagram twitter at points. Oh pressure thanks for tuning in he guys next week..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

13:16 min | 1 year ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pressure Points

"When they went out to investigate weren't even allowed to tell the people what they were investigating. They couldn't even ask them what. Hey have you of anybody being raped or murdered? They'd have to be completely like not give anything away to imply that there was a crime occurring what they would be investigating people just for the hell of it. Essentially they would have to convince people. They couldn't warn people they couldn't say. Hey Lady don't listen to anybody or don't listen to him but don't go on any trains alone. They couldn't say that Because the the censorship and the propaganda was so crazy that they they couldn't imply that there was anything wrong on the home problems going on in Germany. Okay they don't want ex more Seymour. Moralize people like they. Germany was amazing. There was nothing of will. There's nothing wrong with it at the time they didn't want to show otherwise. Okay that makes sense then exact. Initially I was like what the Hell is wrong with. This is life right. Yeah it's like being in. Let's just throughout a random city. Salt LAKE CITY UTAH. And you take a like a the the tracks to work every day and you go in like. Are you go home at like eight? Pm and there's been somebody murdering people every night on on different tracks car at eight PM and nobody says anything about and you just continue going home from work. Okay that makes sense. Yeah why would you tell anybody? Why would anybody speak up about that kind of thing? So throughout all of these all this prowling always wear his his Work uniform he was said some of the people who survived said that he would approach them asking for their ticket and then flash a light in their eyes and start yelling and that will just completely knock the women off guard because it would knock anybody say in the middle of a New York trane and then he would just start. Just start swinging. Sometimes he had a knife sometimes he had like a like a lead pipe cheese and now he would just start attacking people crazy so October. Fourth so only four days into the month he stabbed a mother of two named Gerda deter to death in her home. So this wasn't even on the train. Oh this is this is off shift so he was yeah off shift. He was off the clock. Okay can he met up with her. Apparently they met on the train and he went to her house because she thought that they were GonNa go fool around a little bit because her husband's in the German army and has been gone for months and she needs to get laid. Okay so they women don't show only ends. That's not a thing that's crazy. No I definitely. Don't blame her for one to get some of that. Good good the good old nineteen forties. So then two months later he raped and killed three more women in total she just during that during that like three month time period guys Cruzan. He's going for the record books. Oh Yeah and December actually December twenty eighth nineteen forty police recovered Gertrude Stewart on the tracks and she was Russ rushed to the hospital but died soon. Afterwards she never woke up She had a fractured skull. She had been thrown from the tracks and she'd been sexually assaulted. God nineteen forty one in January January fifth so only like six or seven eight days eight days that they found pretty much the same scene with a woman named HEDWIG eager. Sure that's fine. That sounds right and she was five months pregnant. Oh No. She was thrown from the train and unsuccessfully strangled. Oh and then. She died the following day. No she didn't live. No since then died a lot of these a lot of the women who survived or went onto die later were it was because he never strangled them entirely a little bitch. Okay it got close close but no cigar okay exactly. He didn't know that you gotTa keep strangling for like five minutes after they pass out. He's no Quentin Tarantino. Yeah got remember the thumbs you've got to put the thumbs in God. Never forget the thumbs so in nineteen forty one again February. The eleventh about a month later the seventh victim was found a pregnant mother of three. She was bludgeoned and thrown from the train. And because of it was just such a similar all the all the victims were so similar now is gonNA same their attacks. They were immediately linked together. Geez will yeah no kidding like and on top of that like he's well he's building a pretty steadied like base of of victims going after and already thrown off the same train pregnant women or mothers all being thrown off the same train. Yeah Geez is not necessarily. The smartest guy knows how to spend Friday. Evening de Tuesday's turn on Friday evening. You had to go home to his wife Jeeze. He was wit go much like his victims. Yes very very similarly in an emotional way so now now we can. We can finally move on and go into the investigation. How we feared out all this stuff so the the beliefs the police record more often. I'm losing my touch. You're having a stroke quarantines get into and I am Oh yeah I need to walk down a road and FLIP FLOPS. Drinking a beer yeah public. That's sounds like my Tuesday's that's me. Outside of quarantine though okay so in December in nineteen forty so pretty much after he had raped and murdered. The majority of his victims police began to investigate now. Multiple victims came forward in the past COUPLA months basically describing the same thing. This dude attacked me. He was wearing a railway uniform. He tried to choke me and then he threatened me not to talk about it and here. I am and I'm like Oh that sounds similar. All those bodies we keep scraping up off the tracks every other night. We're not investigative for two months and no big deal let's Let's wait til this. War's over till we've won so at at this time all the news coverage as I was saying was heavily censored. The detective had to be extremely careful during their investigation. They couldn't reveal that there were murders and attacks happening. They couldn't talk to anybody. They can warn anybody about it but they still had to somehow gather the information. Yeah so this is where veal helm lewd care. That's definitely right comes in. He was the leader of the Homicide Unit Louis. Ck He was the leader of the homicide unit in Berlin and he immediately. He's a smart dude gear. Start turning like all of these solitary women keep getting attacked on these trains. I know what we need to do what we need to dress up our detectives as women and set them up individually in each train car. I love this beautiful crossdressing. German police officers in nineteen forty one title. Who would have thought it should have been and they actually had some female detectives or at least police officers at this time. Which I thought was interesting. I didn't know that They definitely Nazi. Germany frowned upon women. In the workforce thought it was interesting that they actually had agents who we're females sense like I mean I guess it makes sense. It still surprises me though. Yeah definitely so there was actually a female and actual female. Who was on a train car who this guy actually approached but he? He was nervous for some reason something in his gut said. Maybe I shouldn't attack this one. And he had been walking up and down the train car so we saw other people in nearby cars and it like ooh. This doesn't do this doesn't feel right. So he didn't actually and of attacking her just out of pure pure luck but then you know he would have been caught at sea so he also sent out a bunch of detectives to interview five thousand of the eight thousand railway workers. All the patrols were doubled. Everything was crazy. They interviewed five thousand out of eight thousand five thousand out of eight thousand good Lord and they couldn't say oh. We're investigating a murder. Do you know anybody who sounds murderous. We're just investigating someone who doesn't quite sit right. That may work on your trains. They basically out of all this stuff that they did. They only a handful of petty criminals. Although they did put one really great program forward. Which is they set a list of volunteers. They basically accepted volunteers to escort solitary women during the night trains and guess who signed up. Oh No no Paul signed tiered. He's like well. This makes it fucking easy. I just get assigned a woman each night. God damnit Loosey Goosey caboose. Paul Luther the Cub Caluzzi. So yeah. This really didn't to the case at all but it did spook Paul enough to just to stop his attacks for about five months so at least there's that link least for a little bit. Yeah in July of nineteen forty one though. Paul was up to his old tricks. He went out and killed his final victim in the exact same area that the attacks began two years before here. Yeah we well there. I go kill him again. Chronopoulos Michael Jesus Christ. So that point he he was like yeah. I got away with this like those great until some fucking Snitch is. Some of his co workers pointed him out to detective. Somebody finally caught on what they were looking for a problem and they said. Hey that Paul Guy I bet those issues come into this. They do they always. You didn't bring them up in this. The Jews Nazi Germany. I was like it's gotTa hit our no it will don't you worry so. His workers pointed him out to detectives because he often said misogynistic comments which was not unheard of but he was particularly violent with them and he just kept talking about killing fascinated with it in passing in one thousand nine hundred eighty S. He just walks like he's walking up turn to his buddies in the train and he says hey you know that girl on trained for God. I would love to just that. Yeah the pregnant one. Yeah I'd love to just rape her and throw her off of this train and they're like what the fuck is your problem Paul. And he's like oh I'm just I'm just just getting it was just a prank guys. Just just getting a rise out of you look at it. That's that's probably what it was like. It was he was really dumb. You don't say so. So these people who want him out said yeah he kind of weird but sometimes halfway through a shift he would he hops fast and he's just gone for like hours and then they find a body the next day so the detectors asking him about and he said. Oh no no. I'm just having an affair with all these women who whose husbands are at war dying well checks out. It's just I've feel like whatever anyone says. It was a simpler time. It was a simpler time. But you guys are just dumb as fuck back. Yeah Simpler because they had simpler brains all right so I see yes so they also asked talked to his wife and they said Hey yours wife tell us about him and she immediately testified that often he was abusive and violent and obsessed with her being completely unfaithful to him even though she never she never actually like cheated on him but he was always just insane about it. So you know that's a great place to raise a child and a cherry orchard or whatever absolutely.

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

15:53 min | 1 year ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Tape is a Moat Titan? Let's go it's train day today. How's it going? I'm D and as usual Ma boy. Aj's also in the house. What did you say about potato idea gets to get Burg and catching you know AIDS? We're back at it. Oh God I'm just in the mood for trains man. I'm I'm hyped about stories. Today I am always hype for trains. So we've got Paul in the studio with us now I can't do. I can't do it fine on Paul's not here. Featuring Paul is a story about Paul. He's our loosey-goosey. Yes so how you've been what you've been up to homegirl not a lot. I got a free toilet art. Ksl You don't have the pink toilet anymore. No no I still do. Oh I'm putting in a toilet in the basement so that's right okay. So you know I'm GONNA I SWEAR TO CHRIST. I'M GONNA put. I'm going to install an entire bathroom for free. I'm not paying a scent. I wouldn't blame you. I'd be impressed. Also I don't have any sense so hence hence the free will yeah. Yeah nothing nothing wrong with free toilet unless Oh yeah is it like a literal shitty toilet or and I was pretty good. Yeah got it from a rich neighborhood. So all right they just got all new toilets. Come take these. They're free and I just took a one. They wanted me to take three of them. Good Lord you should have. You could have replaced. Should've Code Pink Toilet and then turn the pink toilet into a pot in the backyard trees out of it. What are you thinking or potatoes potatoes? I just realized there The one of my other bathrooms also kinda crappy. Dammit WE MISSED OUT YOU SHOULDN'T MESSENGER. Mcginn say hey still have those two toilets just crazy only slowly drive pass then. He needed slowly drive. Pass while you're in like all black and you have a ski mask on and then just steal both free toilets. That's the best way to take anything free as to look at healing. Yes exactly. That's why I really driving around with one of those lake cream. Sodas that looked like a beer bottle like driving around drinking some of those in front of the cops. Oh God look the cream Soda Jones bottles. Those are my thing back in the day when I said go boy. Yeah I thought I was so I just had one just the other just like this morning knob Jones. It was a henry. I don't remember what it's called Avenue by. Don't say they don't they're not gonNA head so what's What you got for me today. Who's this Mr Paul? He said trained boy. So this is. This episode is going to be a little bit of a biography on this man's life he You know he really went through a really tough time. He has a had a rough life within the trains. And I kind of want to go into it. Show some you know in these all easy uncertain times. Show some you know some sympathy some empathy some solidarity with our with our common working man with our fellow. Our fellow man. Okay yeah hit me with it all right so this is a super dry story so everybody turn off your volume mute it and just continue playing it Anybody who's actually interested. You can keep listening though. Yeah so he was born September twenty ninth in Nineteen Twelve in Moon Tau Alwyn in East Prussia on the German Empire Moon to own munthe out so every there's a ton of German words and I'm GonNa pronounce all of them correctly. All right. I like it so he was the legitimate. The top as well Mona Darwin. So he was. He was born as the illegitimate child of saga or Sega. Sega Sega Sega. Well that one was a German word butchered in Nyman pressed. Yeah I mean it's a name. I guess I don't know counts. It's a proper nouns and proper noun. I guess so. This lady was a poor farm worker and there are not a lot of details about anything besides the fact that she was a four. Part of four parm. Goddamn a poor farm worker The birth certificate was filled by his grandfather with the name of Paul Sega. You know him today as Paul Gore's Oh oh Gore agores. Oh Oh Gore's I do. I do this to myself. We need to start easier to pronounce. Can't cover that story. Their names to confusing. So I'm just going to search for the next on and go to Google and type in Bill Johnson and find anyone named Bill Johnson with an interesting story. And I'LL SEAN SMITH. He's going to be married to a a woman with just like the most impossible name ever the a Yiddish name. Just like I quit. I quit. We're done now. We're pulling the plug it's over. So in nineteen twenty four at the age of twelve. He was adopted by Johann Was a farmer in Hovel. Land in the German Empire. Alright so he didn't immediately take the Garozzo last name but later on he did and he relocated to a little town called now in Malan Near Berlin he worked as a farm labourer at his adopted father's farm for a while then he started working at a steel foundry as the rearmament started to take off. Okay what years is like when? When is this taking place was he was twelve in nineteen twenty four? Okay okay so it was a couple years after nineteen twenty four all right all right so in nineteen thirty one. The next big like life event happened he joined. The Nazi party at the age of eighteen is going to say he voted for Hitler gets to happen. We're in Germany's so I don't know how much anybody knows about. How Hitler actually took power but he had this little paramilitary branch in his political party. Visa or up deal noon Eastern. Sturm a sure. That's that's right basically. They're they're the stormtroopers there. The Brown shirts did the people who go out and kill Hitler's political enemies an imprison them for no reason. Okay so he actually joined this group in nineteen thirty two in nineteen thirty three. The Nazis gained power. They did the night the night of the long knives where basically these guys went around and picked up all of Hitler's enemies anybody in the German Communist Party and either murdered them or through them in a prison in a gulag which is the best way to solve any problem really. Yeah honestly lock away your enemies they because of this and his role in this you know these events. He rose modestly through the ranks up to the shot. Fuhrer or squad leader. He became a squad leader. Huron Short Shelf you. Jesus Christ so from here on out. I have something for almost every single year to find on his life. I got a lot from the WIKIPEDIA. But there's also a cool book about him. I might leave that in the notes. Maybe I found it on Google books so I didn't have to pay for it so yeah I'll throw it in in the most but if it's free nineteen in Dorset exactly so in nineteen thirty four. Paul was hired by the Deutsche Reich. Chaban or just the German trains essentially as a plate layer and he. Which is you know pretty low low low wage menial task. I'll type stuff. Layer layer so during construction of the rail lines. Okay all right but he eventually worked his way up to assistant signalman in the eastern suburbs of Berlin. So the SIGNALMAN is people who they're the people like communicate with different trains and like make trains don't crash by switching the lights and the tracks and stuff like that okay. So it's like the The train version of Paul Revere. Close exactly that's what I think anytime signalman crazy of Paul. Revere are blessed. Paul revere what is have no idea. What does this Columbus Day? God Damn we're close. We're like six months away from it. That's right around the corner. Yeah so he was actually really good at his job. Apparently he could run the signals and be tapping away at the little. Whatever the fuck that beep beep beep beep well. Yeah it's Morse Code. Oh Telegraph Hill. Beat on that one. I'm out of it. Today was a telegraph. Haven't been drink enough. No not at all. I'm going so he was. He was great hot non telling not at all. Never don't please. Don't we're over so he? He was really good at his job. Making lots of money a decent amount of money and then in nineteen thirty seven he Paul Married Gertrude. Zimmerman that one was easy and together. They had a son and a daughter all the time he there are people who neighbors and people in the area. He was living who had always seen playing outside with his children or he had a small garden in his yard that spend a Lotta time in and they had a little just a small cherry orchard in their backyard. That's what he spent most of his time doing when he was outside of work you know typical Nazi family. That's fair exactly. He was known to be highly competent and reliable work He was dispatch all along the S. Bahn which is the train system the railway line I suppose and he was just so good at it he could basically go anywhere and figure it out so in nineteen thirty nine. In late August Paul went on a rampage sexually assaulting and raping dozens of vulnerable women sits of which thirty one were positively positively linked to him he would specifically target women whose husband was drafted in the war. Says took such a dark turn. It goes from like he owned a Cherry tree and worked on the he worked on the locomotives to yeah and then he would just been raping and pillaging full-fledged Nazi Viking. Well you know you got to live life in the fast lane on those trains triggered triggered. He would shock bludgeon and threatened women and he would always do this in his railway uniform. It allowed him to get close to them because they're like. Oh He's a railway worker. He's GonNa come ask me for my ticket or whatever. Yeah so across. Basically through the summer that Yeah that fall into winter through the spring he. He was dozens of women that he assaulted. God Damn I'm still reeling reeling over the fact that this just flip a switch a little bit so in nineteen forty around July. He began to move closer to murders love. Serial killers. Don't start office. Serial killers they do the sexual assaults and then they work their way up So in July in nineteen forty. He worked his way up. He attacked and stabbed three women but they all they all recovered. He wasn't good at it on the next month. Unlike his position at the train company he was not very good at this not highly competent so yeah in August nineteen forty he raped and bludgeoned a woman on a train and then in September did it again. Both of them. He failed to murder them. Got this one of them was thrown from the moving train but still survived now. Is He intending to kill them? Are they like at this point? He's he's moved on. He's trying to murder them. Okay all right. I wasn't sure if it was like he would just beat them within an inch of their life and then leave them just stab him like a a calling card. I calling card or not. That's right just like his modus operandi. What is what you're thinking of his modus operandi. Yes he just kind of. Hey here's a scarf. Remember me by but he was trying to kill. Yeah at this point. He was trying to kill him. The previous over thirty people who was just assaulting okay so and there was another attempt the following month I believe where he snuck up on a woman and started to beat the crap out of her but she yelled out and it turns out her husband and her brother were around the corner oh he was violently beaten any jumped from a moving train to escape. He jumped from a moving train. Yeah God man like so. He was on shift when he did this. All of these on shift. He would actually do this up a little bit later but he would often jump Offense in the middle of this shift because they I mean there were. There aren't cameras yeah. They weren't tracking him. They would jump over a fence. Go Up to no good. She's this guy. He's a genius but after he almost got beaten to death he he he kinda change it up. He thought about it took took a took a seat and it was like all right. How am I gonNA murder these women? Honestly he's how he's how can I started to be more successful in my new trade in Hobby? He's he's honestly more effective than allied soldiers. Oh that's awful. Oh all right so in October of nineteen forty. They started well. They didn't start doing this but he took advantage of this of the fact that allies were starting starting to raid closer and closer further and further into Europe so they would have all the cars all the train. Cars blacked out so that the pilots couldn't just see. Oh there's a train moving along there but should bomb that It all up. Yeah so they would. They would do these blackouts at night and what he would do is God would just lurk around an empty cars looking for just a lady sitting alone so they've had let me get this straight. Germany has a string of rapes and attempted murders on their on over thirty survivors and their trains. And they think you know what though. This may be a big problem. We're going to black out our train. So that like there are no lights like yeah. We realized that there's probably a guy out there stabbing and raping your women however we'd rather we don't get bombed and it's just like maybe. I don't the trains anymore. Maybe just don't that is a very good point a very good point that I'm glad you brought up. I was going to bring it down. Talk about a little later. But now's a good time for it. He nobody knew that these murders were happening. The newspapers were banned from talking about.

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Jenny Elliott on Best Cut Flowers and Dahlias

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Jenny Elliott on Best Cut Flowers and Dahlias

"So I'm in the middle of crop planning now. I'm doing it in chunks this year so I don't lose my mind and so that's that's all I've been thinking about lately and Yeah I think I think through things as as how I'm GONNA use them in design or how the florist that we sell to are. GonNa use the design. Because that's you know so much of what we do right so you might think of some like as focal points. For instance right. Is that what you do? You know what I have I have. I have three main categories. I think one is focal. Flowers to is accent flowers. You know those little guys that you still need arrangement And and three is A lot of people call them whimsey. Flowers maybe we call them you who arrangement and go home and then foliage too I you know is of course a really important one so In those groups Where SHOULD WE START? We start with some of the what are some of the and I guess. I should say last Last year when we spoke on the show. Um You and I talked a lot about a lot of your favorites among the maybe some of the more commonly grown zinnias and miracles. I just mentioned your favorite varieties and about succession planting sowing more than once with those and and we'll give a link to all that and we can talk about it a little again but With those focal flowers. What are some of the examples of that in in your in your planting plan that you're working on? Yeah so so. It's something that we think about as needing to have a focal flower at least through the entire season so from at least may through November So a lot of those are quite picky Greenhouses or whatnot right. Like our first one that comes in the nominees and ridiculous Followed shortly by tulips and then We plant lilies and crates in the greenhouse to kind of Fill in a gap between tulips and peonies and then again between peonies and like the summer flowers that are coming in right You know and then we've got some flowers and then all those all those loves that we already talked about the miracles rebekah and things like that at high summer on to Dahlia's and then airlift mums. And that's kind of like an overview of how we think of our focal flowers season so we gardeners now I mean. We can't plant Tulips now we could put in an order for the fall when the listings common. Think about having that as To stretch are cutting garden And Lily some of those are sold at different times of year but many in the fall peonies same thing so I mean those are important for us to think about maybe not just having in Abadan border where we might be hesitant to cut it but adding a few to Abed that's more of a nursery cutting area. Yeah Yeah not being afraid to to cut those suckers out so so Dallas Dallas and sunflower sound like to that are Ones that we should We should consider an in Dallas a little special and how they're grown. Tell us some of the ones you love both in the Dallas and sunflower some of your favorites or the types that you like Yeah well let's see Dolly is I their their favorite flower has been my whole life. I didn't yeah I loved him. I I was like a nerdy kid who who You know wrote letters to diet companies saying May. I please have a Cadillac when I was in middle school. You Know Pre Internet But I what I love about them so much as all the shapes right there's so many shapes and sizes and colors and the variety is just tremendous can be a little overwhelming So we try a lot and keep our favorites. You know but Some one of my favorites Assira glow. It's like a huge salmon dinner plate. We say it looks like a lobster. Cnn or something very dramatic Of course Kathy L. A. Week rotund us do what works and so what color. How would you describe the color? Oh it's it's it's It's blessing Milky Sometimes almost hand you know kind of ivory color and is it big or small. What shape is it? It's pretty big It's it's I think it's classified as a dinner plate but for us. It never is quite quite that big you know. Maybe maybe five six inches across And they have just these beautiful faces lots and lots of petals And then I really really love ball values. You know the perfect perfect ball. Yeah Yes yes. Yeah one that I was late to the game with but we finally put them in last year was cornell. Brown Cornell runs. Gosh yeah it's a perfect ball actually bronze colored and so prolific like just sent upstate. Master semester stem a lot. More of those do you grow any of the cactus kind or any of the other shapes or more dinner plate and and the ball types We don't do cactus ones because they have such a short base life. Oh interesting I didn't know that I. Yeah Yeah then The balls lasts longest you can get you know. It's hard with diets because they do have a short life just in general but the balls usually lasts for about a week which is the longest And then some of dinner plates are really surprising. You know you can get five days out of summer so And then the CACTUS ones the more the more loosey Goosey the pedals. Are you know like the less structure? There is high flower. I see the shorter the vase. Life Yeah. But all there's all kinds of classifications of Dahlia's right. We grow formal decorative informal decorative anemone type values and the balls and the pom-poms teeny tiny pom-pom. Yeah which I

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Defining Stability

On The Verge

07:14 min | 1 year ago

Defining Stability

"My message is about stability. I think the word stability gets a really bad rap in our culture because we are so you much about optimization and hacking but there's something about stability that we all yearn for what is stability. How do we find it? What what does it even mean in our body in our lives stability in my experience as a yoga and meditation teacher for many many years years is really the intersection of strength and flexibility? So put it really simply when somebody comes in as a new student Yoga student that is they will say i. I need to stretch. You know any more flexibility or I'm so weak and you know we fixate fixate on the two ends of the spectrum both being stronger and being more flexible but really we want the balance of the two two and this isn't only physically this as mentally and emotionally so if stability is the intersection or the balance of being strong and being flexible. How do we train to do that? Some of US have a lot of strength. We have a lot of energy a lot of mental gumption or grit. But we don't have a lot of flexibility. We may have a lot of fixed you know be in a fixed mindset. A A lot of us may have a lot of flexibility kind of go with the flow all the time yet lack the strength of discipline supplant of of consistency. So let's just break this down real quick because it isn't any message and I don't WanNa bombard you with too much but just give you some fuel. Oh I thought some little tidbits to think about in your own life. Where am I staple? Where am I too strong? Where my to flexible missile? And how can I train to be more stable more often so physical stability if we have too much muscle if if we are bound by over training we won't have the flexibility to really stretch it out right have full range of motion and that's the beauty of yoga and any kind of functional movement helps us to balance out our bodies when we're too strong it helps us to become more Agile and when we're too weak or too kind of Loosey Goosey we talk about. We call him FLEXI LEXI's at in Yoga uh-huh ca class right. There's just so much flexibility that there's not a whole lot of steadiness so we can train through functional movement and Yoga to to become more stable and that stability then is very healthy for our joints and it also helps us to stabilize our nervous system. So that's the body. How about the mind? Our mind can be too flexible or to Richard. How do do we stabilize our mind? will meditation is really a perfect training. A mental training. because meditation. What you're doing is you're seeing your thought patterns you can see when your mind gets to fixed having to have things always be a certain way? If if you can't go off course in life if you need to have things run a certain way then you may be living in a fixed mindset at least in that area of your life when you don't have a marker or a target and you really just go with other people's ideas and opinions unions all the time well that's too flexible. So when we meditate we're able to see our mental patterns turns. We're able to notice when we go off course were when we hold too rigid and then finally emotional national stability. What does that mean well? Emotions are beautiful. Emotions are like the caller on the palate. Where the color on the painting so that we're not just always bland and feeling the same way when we have super super strong emotions and they take us so far off-course that we can't hold steady that we can't have a consistent language or consistent action or consistent personality analogy? It can be hard. Think about people that are so like pinball machine like you never really sure where they're going to be their emotions are so always Offers a steady even Keel and then people also that are Very bland or were Weaken their emotional patterns that are always spiky are always unpredictable right so emotionally it gets a a little more subtle. I'm finding that I'm flooding over these words a little bit but but just to really sit with the whole idea of being stable. Stability is is the intersection of strength and flexibility. It's where we're steady. Where were consistent? It's where we feel all our best most often so there's nothing wrong with being a motion charged but can you find your way back to stability. There's nothing wrong with being super flexible mentally and being at ease and going with the flow. But if that's not allowing you to actually really move things forward in your life than you wanna again comeback to stability so thinking of that stable base and it's the easiest places to think about it in your body thirty. Am I too strong physically. Do I need more flexibility. Start there so the practices that I offer. Are these functional no movement or Yoga to help your body become more stable and steady meditation practice. Mindfulness practice to help your mind. Ain't become more steady more often. And also those meditation Mindfulness Techniques Emotional Regulation Awareness. Becoming more aware of your emotions to help you be able to find that stability that steadiness more often in emotional body so stability is actually a really optimal place to live from. There they are we can fly from there. We find ease of being and increased creativity as well. So Oh I offer you this love of the word and the concept of stability and carry it with you. Check it out and notice others around you. You mean notice there instability before you notice yours kind of works that way

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Dying Light 2 delayed indefinitely

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:22 min | 1 year ago

Dying Light 2 delayed indefinitely

"Light to has been delayed. This is the message from tech land themselves to our are dedicated community. It was a busy year for us as we continued working on our biggest project to date. We know you are awaiting the game eerily and we want to deliver exactly what we promised we. We were initially aiming for a spring two thousand twenty release with Di Light too but unfortunately we need more development time to fulfill our vision. We will have more details to share in the coming months and we'll get back to you as soon as we have more information. We apologize for this unwelcome news. Our priority is to deliver an experience that lives up to our own high standards and to the expectations of of you are fans. Please stay tuned in thank you to our fans around the world for your continued support patients and understanding any game. You wanted to twenty the twentieth not hitting the date anymore apparent. Whenever a game gets delayed I think of that? She gave me a Modo quote. He's like a good game is one. That was probably delayed a couple times times and if a game was delayed indefinitely that means it's in trouble. Yeah right I mean what is like this game was supposed to come out in a couple of months and sometime sometime this year and anybody who has a Loosey Goosey Spring Two thousand twenty right now. That's not happening in La. And I don't get me wrong. I'm not guilty. Anyone for delaying their game. The other me. I'm a miyamoto quote writer. What a bad games? Bad game candidate or something that actually say the accident close. We've butchering says. Mario was was inspired by a carpenter. He saw dying a horrible accident and he imagined to himself. What if what if Mario and said was killed by a guerrilla grossness other quote was? Don't push let me push push pop. You know what I mean. That's me everybody is just like man last week Somebody somebody on the sub reddit screen shotted on Friday. All the Games daily's and I think it was. What four out of five were delayed? I bought a being delayed. What is it so far? Final fantasy seven remain go to YouTube dot com slash. Kinda Funny Games until you hold on one second Hebert pond seven eventers cyberpunk VR. I'm manvier that won't unhurt. We you know I hurt. Did they game yeah. You're right so yeah. Friday was iron man Thursday with cyberpunk Why is why is there? A Games Games Games cast in the Games daily playlist. We got to fix that That it was the Subaru world. You know the theme park then. It was final fantasy any delay. We go into the Japan. Drink Super Mario World theme park got delayed. No I'm just saying that it was like he's about thumbnails. Can you make video game amusement amusement parks without getting delayed I know well that'd be the accurate experience right it would be. What do you think's going on? Danny I've I've been mulling over this ever since I heard it like five minutes ago before the show started and my speculation is that this whole indefinite push will probably be like at the beginning getting of the playstation five an xbox series x launch. This game will come out now instead. closer to. I don't think I don't think it is. I think they're doing the same thing that cyberpunk is doing where they're trying to get closer to the new console release really quality related at all. You think it's getting giving I I don't I don't know I mean I'm not I'm not in their studios but if I was them and I knew now that I suddenly got the playstation five advocate and the xbox series Dev Kit and I was like oh no this can like run playstation four games so much. Well and it's it's it's never a copy and paste situation other so probably that thing where they do. Just WanNa take the extra time to make sure that it is excellent for the newer consoles. Yeah that's a better first impression. See I wholeheartedly disagree. But I do think that there's a sliver of truth on the marketing Publishing VP. Whoever up up the chain side? Because I think the developers need more time I I believe cyberpunk just is like Oh this is where we want it to be Tech Line is like this is not where we want it to be but I think when they go to their board of Directors or whoever they asked about this off right into the president and just like we need more time I think there is that sucks but people are going to be excited and if they can go back instead of instead of doing doing what final fantasy seven remake is doing where it's like. We're delaying for like a month. Because this is like not shaping up as well as we thought last minute. It's probably that thing where they are saying. We might as well. If we're going to push back push it is closer. The new console launches as as possible. Yeah it'll be interesting to see when we when we finally get at our president from xbox in place to handle the fact. Oh It's Christian. Incredibly ambitious games. Total cyberpunk twenty. Seventy seven is is very like one of the most ambitious games coming out this year and dying light to is bound more ambitious from what I've seen. Yeah Yeah that was where we came out of the whole decision of who you trusted. which if you did on the one side it would learn fled the city? And there's this brand new place to explore otherside you'll be the city flooded. I remember asking questions like if I leave the city flooded. Do I not see that world like yeah like gotten designer who sat there. Yeah backed out an entire city and they did all this work like fifty percents of the Gamers won't see that. Maybe I'm excited. I'm excited for it regardless whenever it comes

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Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

Business Wars Daily

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily they from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday everyone we've made it. I don't know about where you are but it's still awfully hot down here. In Austin the kind of heat that's best treated with the day the movies or a nice cool dip in the swimming pool boy. Does that sound good. The problem is most of us. Don't have swimming pools and most public pools get drained after Labor Day. So finding a spot to swim hasn't been the easiest task ask until recently when a startup named swiftly decided to take the airbnb approached pools using the swiftly APP. If you have a pool in your backyard and you want to make a little extra money you can offer strangers the opportunity to rent it out by the hour for feet considerate the sharing economy underwater order in a good way since I'm actively looking for weekend swim spot I thought at tested out went to the website plugged in my city Austin Texas and chose the same day hey to see what I could find. At the last minute. My search turned up seven pools ranging in price from twenty dollars an hour at the east side country club to one hundred dollars an hour or for a private pool with a hot tub in someone subdivision at it'd be fair. The Country Club looked pretty stark and that hundred dollar an hour pool looked clean and peaceful but all this begs the question. Do you trust swimming in a stranger's pool. How clean is it and who else might be there the CO founders twenty-two-year-old CEO Benhamlat skin and his business partner Asher Weinberger say they thought of that they contract with local pool maintenance companies to make sure you won't find anything Hickey in your rented pool as for Privacy in the New Yorker writer Bruce Handy reported that simply tries to ensure that is well L. for instance handy says owners are supposed to keep their window shades down no spying allowed but when handy made a test visit in Long Island the owner was laws peering out the window. That's pretty creepy but it could be worse. We imagine for those pools that are labeled. Nude friendly swim please. Origins is our humble more like a teenager snow shoveling or lawn mowing business than a Silicon Valley Gig Economy Startup home from college in Lakewood New Jersey a couple of summers ago last skin got the idea while swimming in a neighbor's unused pool his family had been paying the neighbor for the privilege as Handy writes in The New Yorker Alaskan thought it could be a real business using Google Earth lasker found eighty pools nearby and contacted their owners all but four refused to talk to him but those four will they agreed to list their APU for rent and swiftly was born though at the time last game had no idea that it would eventually be a real business with pools in so far thirty thirty six states swiftly took off fast on the back of a homemade website and a newspaper at the business grew more than thirty pools in just a couple of weeks and and then lastly told Handy. MSNBC mentioned simply and Alaskans website crashed a year later. Alaskan dropped out of college to go full time with the new business today he and Weinberger have a professional website liability insurance for hosts and even rental Porta potties for hosts who are really busy to afford all of this simply charges the pool owners commissions and takes a small fee from swimmers. The metrics around the business seem a little loosey Goosey in one of the many articles covering simply the founders say some hosts. You're making four thousand dollars a month renting out their pools in other that number climbed to ten thousand to fifteen thousand dollars a month regardless of what the true earnings really are one thing is most likely true for many families. The backyard Dr Pool begins as an enthusiasm and winds up as a wasteland swiftly turns it back into something thoroughly useful. How long will it take for a rival pool. Sharing during company to pop up possibly not very long but for now swiftly doesn't appear to have a head to head or should we say a pooled pool competitor but within the wider recreation industry will there are more and more airbnb like apps for almost anything you want to do you could choose a different recreation creation sharing. APP and look for a campsite on Hip Camp Ra- shared RV on outdoorsy or if you'd rather be on the water then underneath it you could rent wants someone sailing vessel get my boat he's I'll think about my next rented adventure while I float on my back in the sun at that pool out in the Texas from what this business wars daily this week's episodes were ridden edited and produced Appleton edited and produced by M our executive producer Marshall created by or Non Lopez. I'm David Brown around. We'll see at the pool next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro. 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Medical Tourism Broker Doctours Expands to 35 Countries

Business Wars Daily

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Medical Tourism Broker Doctours Expands to 35 Countries

"The Bra I'm wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday July twenty fifth. Would you go to Mexico Thailand or Dubai for surgery. Well One L.. A. Startup is betting big that you will. The company is docked tours spell like Nick Diaz E. T. O. U.. R. S. Tours it connects patients with cheaper medical procedures overseas founder Kaylynn o'shaughnessy compares docked tours to the online site Angie's list except that instead of helping find a plumber she says. Doc Tours is helping you find a physician earlier this month. The company announced it can help patients find medical treatments in thirty five different countries o'shaughnessy began her career in the tourism business starting and selling an online travel company when he called trip scope in twenty seventeen she launched docked tours with funding from a handful of individual investors today the company claims customers using doctors online platform can locate in book three hundred thirty five different medical olen dental procedures along with the associated flights and lodging company takes a commission on your trip. It also pays a five percent commission to travel agents not only on the travel but also on the medical procedure itself according to Shaughnessy. See the entire medical tourism business is going great guns spurred by patients anxious to save money on notoriously high American medical expenses most patients seek elective procedures such as cosmetic surgery in vitro fertilization stem stem cell therapy still medical tourism isn't the healthcare panacea. It's been hyped to be prior to the passage of the affordable care act the industry looked to be on the upswing. It was heavily promoted to insurers and two large employers the idea companies he's could send their sick employees abroad preferably to places where one might WanNa vacation anyway saving the insurer or employer oodles of money but surveys show that most people don't want to travel more than thirty miles for surgery and so. Employees offered the benefit said a resounding no now few if any large insurers offer it still numbers are climbing if not as quickly as promised docked tours and other smaller medical tourism facilitators facilitators are targeting consumers paying for procedures themselves private payers choosing say a nose job have more incentive to find bargains abroad than do insured patients doc tours promises savings of up to eighty eight percent savings however vary by procedure and country the online site patients beyond borders estimates savings across the industry ranging from a low of twenty percent in Brazil to a high of eighty percent in Malaysia. Good statistics are hard to come by in part because of the nebulous definition of a medical tourist it doesn't include ex-pats or adventures who happen to get sick while traveling abroad for example upwards of one and a half million Americans became medical medical tourists last year though according to dock tours patients beyond borders estimates the number will rise to almost two million this year because the industry is still relatively new hype abounds for instance doctors claims medical and dental tourism is a four four hundred thirty nine billion dollar global market but that figure has been debunked according to the Medical Tourism Association the real number they report is closer to seventy billion dollars but this raises a question about the enterprise in a larger. Your sense Americans put their trust health system. That's highly regulated in the U._S.. How do you know how safe a procedure is overseas? And what legal recourse would you have. If something goes wrong doctor says most of their providers have international accreditation but they also don't take on any liability medical tourism may indeed be the right thing for you and as promoters say wouldn't you like to recover on a beach with a Pina Colada and but given the loosey-goosey nature of the price price market and safety claims will this much is for certain. You'd better do your homework before you get on that plane.

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Marijuana LSD suicide been all of those crazy disruptive drugs made them illegal. And because of that in large part because of that we have we currently now have one of the largest incarceration rates in the world. Mo- mostly from non violent drug offenses. Similarly, what was even more damaging was a lot of the really good research being done, especially with psychedelics. Was halted like you couldn't test on the so any of the really good research that was done by scientists back then was halted in especially helping people. Post traumatic stress from people who were dying from cancer help them cope with the anxiety of possibly dying. On a happy note. Now that we're kind of on the other end of this. Large public sentiment that the war on drugs has essentially failed which is fairly you can say for sure the whole point was to stop the use of illicit drugs. And did no such thing. It didn't do it at all. And there's kind of a revival. This is a really interesting thing that I learned there's a book called how to change your mind was written by Michael pollen. He didn't Navarre's dilemma and all that stuff. Well, he just recently released a book that book that I just mentioned. And in it, he talks about these kind of like underground therapists earned scientists that continued to study the plant and administer it to the patients on the down low, and it continues to this day. And I believe Colorado right now is actually working to decriminalize suicide cyber mushrooms because of the findings of all these kind of rolling researchers Carey grant was super into LSD therapy because he had a lot of mental illness issues. So he was a big like very vocal proponent of LSD therapy. And even now like microdosing? Microdosing LSD is a Silicon Valley broS. Yes. Also for people who have like horrifying PTSD in that kind of thing. But yeah, microdosing is now becoming more of a I guess more accepted. It's not. So like underground. What I always thought was funny about the idea of microdosing is that like St. is you don't need a lot. So like, it's already a pretty small like it's a little tiny little dab liquid or like a little postage stamp size like how much smaller can you get micro? I guess like you can accidentally take. Then you're in trouble. Yeah. For sure is acid Elsie. Yes. Okay. You did it. Together. Life is so profound. Yeah. But any case that was I guess my cursory glance of intoxicants. Great. There's a lot more share. And I could probably go deep dive in any one of these categories because I missed a whole lot of stuff. Sure. But I mean, I think that was very good. Thank you. So I hear you have a quiz for us to do have a quiz. Okay. And we can get the quiz moving. Anytime you want. All right. What is usually we do it? Now, what is your quiz on? What we just talked. Right here, we go the quiz question. Number one. The chemical responsible for marijuana's mind altering effects is referred to commonly as THC what does THC stand for. Question. Number two. What song written by James Taylor? In nineteen. Sixty eight wasn't part about Taylor's addiction to heroin. Question. Number three. What is the name of the little grape root eating and nematode that devastated? The European wine industry in the late eighteen hundreds. Question. Number four true or false in Indiana. It is illegal to sell chilled alcohol in a retail store. Question number five. Who said it? Imagine a society that subjects people to conditions that make them terribly unhappy. Then gives them the drugs to take away their unhappiness. Question number six. What is the official alcohol of the United States? Question. Number seven. What is the name of the psychedelic mushroom most associated with Christmas? Question. Number eight. Which of the following is true about PCP? It was developed as a cure for migraine headaches. It was developed as truth serum for the. It was used in the nineteen fifties as a blood pressure medication. Or it was used in the nineteen fifties as a surgical anesthetic..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"The did all sorts of crazy experiments with it. I'm sure people at this point of of K ultra experience they were using LSD to try to create Mensur and candidates. You know, murder people which. One of the really fun experiments. They did happen in nineteen fifty one. Now this one. Again, because there's so much mystery surrounding the event. Can't be verified. So this is an another theory. A lot of these things are just theories because there's no way to prove any of it. But there was an incident that happened here back you're back in the next. This is the Frenchtown called Saint esprit CT. Spree pulsating spree false. I'm being very -fensive to French people. I'm sorry. Daily. All right. So in this town, what happened in nineteen fifty one was. They went crazy and the original theory behind it was that the bread supply in the town was contaminated with ergot, which is what LSD is synthesized from. Later. Boy, there's a documentary on it a Netflix, which I forget the name of. But. It was about a CIA agent who died from falling out of a hotel room window, and he was part of the experience experiments, but the theory is and I say theory because none of it's proven the wasn't like, oh, yeah. We totally did that. But the theory was that he was part of dosing essentially this entire town with LSD over a week's period and causing like three hundred people to be hospitalized. They people were literally going crazy. And they were doing it just to see what would happen to see what kind of. Effect. It would hap- or as a weapon to kind of soften populate the Frenchman through enough at that final right? Again, this is here saying theory, but they're saying that he he was going to blow the lid off the whole thing, and they threw him out of a hotel room window, again, they have neither confirmed nor to any of those things is true legend allegedly allegedly. So it's crazy. Yeah. And this kind of brings me to did a little thing on the war on drugs because. Before this period in the nineteen sixties things were still fairly loose in terms of regulations of these different drugs, but because of LSD and the counterculture. People were that scared the hell out of people. Let's put it that way. Like, if you were like imagine, you grew up in your sixty years old in the nineteen late nineteen fifties early nineteen sixties, and you're seeing these crazy kids. I mean, these are buttoned up, folks. Right. And next thing, you know, there's keen and they're painting their bodies and they're singing Christmas songs. It's the devil's music. Yeah. It scared people. And I think in a more insidious note what what they were really trying to squash. Where these kind of more open communities that kind of formed. That were off essentially off the grid these commune's and like in the Haight Ashbury district. They had things called free stores where people would just either donate, and you could get all sorts of free stuff free food. It was essentially a working culture that was outside of our monetary threatened. You know, once you know, if the government's not going to cut their cash, they don't like that. The war on drugs. It was a campaign led by the US federal government. Of drug prohibition, military aid and military intervention with the stated aim being to reduce illegal the illegal drug trade in the United States. In nineteen seventy one Richard Nixon. He was the one that created. But trick tricky, dick. Yeah. Oh, boy trick tourists like code phrase. Just my nickname for him. He knows what he did. So anyway, yeah. The war on drugs, essentially started when Richard and mill house Nixon. Declared that drug abuse was public enemy number one and passed the comprehensive drug abuse prevention and control act of nineteen seventy and essentially the sweeping act made..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"But he wrote a book that posited that the early Christian church was actually an ancient mushroom called and the figure of Jesus. Was essentially a glorify. He would he was giving everyone these crazies like mushrooms and saying, hey, love everybody, check it out. And the reason that the Romans didn't really like this activity was because it destabilized their stranglehold on the population. That people were less willing to fight think about you know, they would throw Romans to earn. I'm sorry throw early. Christians to the lions. And so he he was he was a rebel rouser over the catechism class. Did not. No, no. It's not. It's not one of those things that's touted as mushroom call. Right. Well, mainly because of the studies he is like the only one that did that that came to that conclusion. The only reason it has more weight with me is because he was a secularist while the others were Vatican scholars which would kind of give them a reason to have that not the. What I mean? Again, these are all theories, you don't know really know about that is that is one of the theories out there, which I found pretty interesting, especially when you're talking about the communion when you're talking about. Oh, yeah. And you say things like. This is my body this and you like imagine communion back then way more. If that is real again theories, so yeah, that's mushrooms. Let's go into marijuana. Now. This is fun. Legalize it. All right. Yeah. Okay. I'm with you. Marijuana. Also known as cannabis pot has a long history of human use. The plant originally volved in central Asia before people introduced the plant to Africa Europe. And eventually, the America's the hemp fiber was used to make clothing paper sales rope, and it seed where used as food you could eat him. None of those things had any sort of psychoactive properties. And because it is fast fast growing plant. It was easy to, cultivate, and had a million uses like just mentioned. And all of that had nothing to do with the fact that it could get you high. So it was very utilitarian again, which is one of those things that interest me, but early plants had very low levels of THC, the chemical responsible for marijuana's, my Notre effects..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Jill not a fan of the again, this this kind of Piques my interest because it's one of those things that are it's an invention of total necessity that creates an entirely different flavor. Profile that people seem to enjoy these days except for Julia mates. Makes It. it so the hopping of I p as is just like it's not enjoyable to me. So I I like, Hoppy nece I like like, the bitter quality of beer, but I really dislike the multi quality of beer because it's too bready. So I'm more into like I like the sour beers like the. As a logger Dzhokay. That's funny because I'm like the exact opposite. I like them all team. I like like a stout or something Honey Brown. But speaking us our so speaking of mass ups, okay? Sour beer, that's produced. Let's traditional kettle sour. What you do is from your kettle instead of immediately chilling it through a chiller. You let it sit overnight and you allow this bacteria called lactobacillus to form. Okay. And what lactobacillus does is it creates in wind you'd call it. Something like volatile acidity. But it increases the amount of acid in the wine. I'm sorry in the beer increases, the amount of acid in the beer, which gives it that sour you. So enjoy. Yeah. So like ours are in. Yeah. Ours. Are so high right now, I'm so trendy I'm hype based but. Lactobacillus is the stuff in like yogurt. Yeah. Trump I'm hype beast that we're come. Oh teens or saying height beast. I'm hi fi beast. There's so many things that it's because I don't know if this is drag. Or you know, where you learn these words the Twitter up. Yes, Twitter one it's Twitter to hype beast means that you are. So you actually set the trend. That's how trendy you are you're like, and you always like like you dress head to toe in like hype be- stuff. It's usually like what leisure. It's an is. It an edgy in. I think it's just a noun. I could be wrong. I learned from Twitter. If you know anything about hype beats hype east culture, please Email us at MRs Tonto, Laura. You don't have to bother me with that don't bother. Julia just. I wanna be a hype piece. That's awesome. That's a good name for your blend. Yes. That's the one piece down. Yeah. Penn pending. If you say, it people can't do it. Yeah. Yeah. So. So. In any case. As that. You don't like I'm only bringing this up because it interests me the whole banning the topic. I just don't wanna drink forget it. Let's just move on. The term paleo originally denoted in ale. Brewed from pale malt. Simple enough. Among the first brewers known to export beer to India was Englishman. George Hodgson's bow brewery on the Middlesex Essex porter bow re beers became popular among East, India company traders in the late eighteenth century because of the brewers location near the East India docks in Blackwell the export style of pale which had become known as India pale developed in England around eighteen forty and. It later became popular a popular product there. And the reason that what sets India ales apart was the addition of a ridiculous amount of hops. And the reason they do this ridiculous amount of hops is because it has what's called alpha acids. Can they're kind of like your sour beers. And that it depends on the amount of city in their these hops give some do not quite as much as your lactobacillus. But what the reason that you like the acid in there? Not only does it give it a nice citrusy note. But it helps prevent spoilage. To india? Okay. So it was total utilitarian. We just need. They just needed the beard last long enough to get to India. Right drink. So I thought it was. That makes sense. Yeah. Right onto part four hallucinogens. Well, this one this is a loaded..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"California courts. Science reporter Molly Peterson joins me. And Molly the juries have to decide about round up, even when the science might not be ready to. Yeah. It's a long long long standing tension because a court case has this define length, and you have to find an answer and scientific research continues on and on. And you don't always know when you're gonna find a clear answer. So in these cases, what do the people who save round up 'cause they're cancer have to prove exactly they have to prove that the key ingredient roundup glyphosate causes cancer. And then specifically that it actually caused the individual person's cancer, and that's hard. What does the science actually show lab? Studies show that glyphosate sometimes causes cancer in mice and rats that was enough for an arm of the World Health Organization to decide it probably causes cancer in people. But went comes to people research hasn't found a statistically significant connection between cancer and glycemic either. Because there isn't one or. People are exposed to a lot of carcinogens. And generally, it's hard to tease out the effects of just one thing. So who decides what science a jury hears well judges due at least in the federal cases, the ones everyone in the country are watching they have to follow a rule about scientific evidence. And the interpretation of that rule comes from a case called dough. Bear versus Merrill. Dow pharmaceuticals in that case people suspected that a drug called Ben dictum, which women took for morning sickness and that really nineties caused birth defects. So that case established the judge as the gatekeeper now that we have the roundup cases. How have the judge has been handling this? Well, they've all been doing it a little bit differently. But in the first case judge Vince Chabra held science week where he heard from all of the experts judge tabby thought science, connecting people to life to cancer was pretty sparse. He called those studies loosey goosey and were they well, that's the thing. To the judge. These studies might have seen that way because they didn't come out with a clear. Yes, or no. But I talked to Dr Steve Goodman about this. He's a clinical research expert at Stanford University. He says the question of whether round up causes cancer is really emerging area. What's happening here is that were exploring claim that even very very very experienced scientists looking at all day that have reasonable Steve's about and disagreements about and and any science will look loosey goosey. If you look at it right at the limits of what he can decide empirically. So does this mean a jury could make a decision following the law, and then later it turns out to be scientifically wrong. Yeah. Absolutely. That case about Ben decked in the jury decided that drug did cause birth defects and the drug was taken off the market, and then later scientific research showed that actually bend. Didn't cause birth defects. And today it's back on the market. So is it bad? If a jury makes that kind of a mistake. Well, it's only a mistake. If you think that illegal verdict is a verdict on the science juries may conclude that something causes cancer at a time when scientists still figuring out the answer with science and with the law. The reason we care about any of these outcomes. That's because we want to know what hazards people might run into and how to keep people safe from them. So with that morning sickness drug. It was taken off the market until we knew it was safe. Is that a mistake? Yeah. Okay. So yeah. This exactly right here. That's the core of the problem. You know, Dr Steve Goodman from Stanford says essentially that there are different goals in resolving a legal dispute and answering scientific questions the goal of most trials is not true. The goal is to win. So right there. There's a tension. Wow. I get this. I be like I understand how it works in a courtroom. But I don't know if I should be reassured by this, Molly. Yeah. I mean, things that are complicated aren't usually reassuring. But at least we have some understanding Molly Peterson you are a K Q E D science reporter with a law degree, and I'm really glad you're here. Thanks, brian. We've been talking a lot about Monsanto and round up on K Q E D. But we've also talked a lot about kids and bay curious team recently got a question from a listener who wanted to know where do the kids live in the bay area cake. Data journalist Lisa pick off white dove into the data to answer this question. Haley good morning. So San Francisco is known for having few kids. So where do kids and their parents live in the bay area? Well, like in the rest of the country kids, their parents tend to live in single family homes, and those single family homes tend to be in the suburbs. So the most kids in the bay area live in Santa Clara county, and that has a very easy to reason why which is the most people in the bay area and Santa Clara county. However, when we look at the percentage of age ranges to kids, we see the largest percentage of kids in contra Costa county, and that numbers also grow. Going in Solano. And this this really because you can find cheaper single family home in those places. That's what demographers who have spoken with have said they've said that, you know, people are still looking for larger places to live when they have a family, and that's where they're landing right now. So this seems like a normal trend. Young people live in the city, then they moved to the suburbs win. They have kids is this something we think will continue this way. This is a really interesting question because we're not sure I've talked to several demographers and city planners and they're concerned about some upcoming trends, which is basically that millennials are having kids later in life. They're having fewer kids, and they are not buying as many homes as people used to. So when city planners are looking twenty years in the future. They're not sure if this trend will entirely continue, maybe we'll see more people and multi dwelling homes, and it also is hitting up a lot of millennials especially wanna live closer to where. They work. I don't know whether millennials will be able to make that work. So we'll have to see how this plays out K Q E D, data journalist, Lisa pickoff, white, and you have a map online about this. Yes. You can go to bake dot org. And see how your local neighborhood stocks up to others and terms of how many kids live there and what proportion thank you. Thank you. You're listening to morning edition on Brian watt will be back with more local news. And if you minutes right now, let's see if there's still problems with Bard and Joe McConnell of no problems with me. But there are problems with part continuing major delays.

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Want to somebody at the head of that checks? Yes. But like, you know, it's easier. It's easier to be like, hey, it's your job. You're the senior vice president of this is your job to make sure this thing doesn't happen. When you have a loosey goosey kind of like everyone works on what they want, and why would anyone voluntarily voluntarily want to take on the responsibility of that. Right. And I guess that's something that you hear a lot about valves structure. And you don't know if that applies to one hundred percent of the company or not sure, you know, and you know, why you don't hear that. Because they don't have talk about it. They don't like it's very non-transparent which on one hand, it's their right? They're not a publicly traded company. They don't have to do this sort of thing. But on the other hand, it would alleviate a lot of people's complaints. With a lot of the way that that love the ways that companies around dak- definitely be better better about explaining their actions. In a lot of different departments. Not just this. This is obviously like fucking agrees of a nightmare scenario. But you can apply that like their hands off approach. I think affects them in a lot of different ways that are not related to this type of content. You know, the artifacts situation. Yeah, that's which was confirmed that which we talked about this about a month ago. I feel like someone someone wrote into the podcast and said that Richard Garfield and a lot of that artifact the card team the card game side of artifact had moved on. I just assumed from day one that he would finish this project and go. Yeah, he's too big a name in that world like maybe himself valve, you know,.

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"And I think there is nothing more frustrating to amazing race through than to be at a roadblock and know that you are falling farther and farther behind because you yourself cannot master thing that other people have been shown to master very quickly. It was interesting case because Dylan walks up and of course he's like, I've been waiting for something like this and just Roxette, but this wasn't a particular case where it was just, oh, they're not as good of athletes because you have Martinez come up there and just do great too. So I think it was as they figured out it was the technique thing where it wasn't just. Pure strength. It was, you know, I had to say skill, but finding that kind of way, like you said, Courtney finally figured out, okay. I can kind of throw it underhand and make that work, but I felt for because this seem like something where you just like we're hitting your head going. Why can't they do it? It was just one of those things where they just ran to the bad thing amazingly though. I mean, this was at the start of the leg and more power to them that they came all the way back. As you said this points to it being a very well designed leg because you could screw up on that first task and it didn't totally do you. But I think they headlined for this task, we can talk about the battle of the Courtney's only want ending. The MVP of this task has to be Martina. I was so amazed how quickly she got it and we, we love Martina. We are outspoken Martina fans on this podcast, but I think I just leveled up. Yeah, that's one of the things to where they have for Peterle surprised me. And like I remember when we did the drafts and you pick them and I thought, well, they seem really fun. But they are not a team like they're not the beakman's or somebody. They're a strong team and they haven't won a leg, but Martinez in particular is very deliberate in the way she does things and very smart and just kinda powers through these. And there's it's no accident that they're finishing often. Third second, third, wherever, fourth, because she's not a liability on that team. Even though she says, she doesn't exercise in such that this was awesome. And I love seeing the sing with a cabdriver, which sometimes can be very awkward. But in that even later they came in, they called for, but he like came jogging over there. And I was like, well, that's fun. They're having a good time. Also, it shows you exactly how much attitude counts on this show. And certainly she is someone who is clearly seen the program in the past and who understands innately that. So much of this show is just paying close attention and not getting all up in your head about things because you see, she's very loose. I'm very relaxed coming into this task. She does the satay satay Benito Benito, and then she just does it exactly the way she's been shown and lo and behold, that turns out to work. Right. She was the last one to start it and got out of their third right behind Melissa who is an Olympic athlete. So knotted highlight, but you know what I mean? So yeah, her loosey-goosey Ed, I'm so happy..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"So they're playing for much more than just this year. Did you ever sign a one year deal? No. I didn't. But you feel the pressure when you had into your deal? I could tell you that much. Oh, yeah. Because if you especially when I got older, I just knew that you know. Into my had to make something happen. You know what I mean? Because tomorrow wasn't guaranteed a lot of these guys, Michael Beasley come on. You gotta make sure something happens after this year. So you don't think he'll be on his best behavior land. Stevenson had a great year in Indiana, but you signed a one year deal. Rondo had a great great year at New Orleans crate year. That's the reason why they made in on the playoffs and had that run, but they're on one year deals cow. So I do believe their their perception is going to be a little bit different. I think attitudes are gonna be a little bit. Let me ask you a football question. Don't trash. My Steelers like that. You know, I just think asking joy all day joy is loosey goosey on this whole Jimmy Garoppolo porn star, a good looking guy. You are starve a franchise you were in your attractive prime. Now you're old just old guy, but but then you were and I only remember one little thing with a musical star. Yeah, yeah, that wasn't true. But you know, I wasn't traded for those who was it? Tony Brexit. I traded for. All day long, but you didn't go, but you let see. This is what I'm saying. You can't believe everything you read. You know, at one point they did say the earth was flat. If you go to follow right, and everybody believed it until he went out. So I thought you dated, Tony, Br. Exactly. So when people tell me all the time about what I did about the issue, Toni Braxton that's what broke up the Mavericks. I shake my head. I'm like, you really don't have a clue. No matter how many times I say, no matter how many times I say it, it doesn't matter. It has a life of his own. What about Garoppolo here in the adult film star? What do you make of that? Okay. So what's the relationship though? Oh, you know what? The relationship. What she thinks she's his mentor coordinator. See them having some nice wanted his out, having a good conversation about the next stages in both of their lives and careers what they're gonna do, and then they probably gave each other kiss on tickets said, I'll see you later. You don't think that happened? I just don't think z. got ever since go. It's that I'm no longer in New England baby. I'm in San Francisco. I mean, it's a tough look just because he is a franchise quarterback. Okay. And that's this. And that's not knocking her. It's just a great look for him and where he's at. If he a backup English me neither. But it is backup quarterback. A lot of people like, oh, that was good pool one, but what's your franchise franchise quarterback? Everything's scrutinize joys opinion on this joy was very libertarian. People do with their private time. They're grownups. Exactly. I mean, I don't judge him from. It's just like this. He's he's a big time quarterback, right? Yeah. So if he goes somewhere and leaves a tip that's not amenable, he's gonna get killed about just because he's Jimmy right if somebody else say anything, so that's the spotlight you limit. So every decision you make, I'm not saying is right or wrong, but you got to be careful because you are going to be judged a lot different about it. I live in California, it's legal to smoke pot. I could say my wrist is killing me, but if I took a if I was smoking out and I took a selfie and put it on Instagram or whatever. I don't think my bosses would like it. It's not illegal, right, but I don't think it would play well down, but a beach. Okay. And you just wanted to smoke if I was smoking by the, but somebody caught on tape or somebody put you on the phone now it's your private, whatever, but it's still because of who you are still not should do that. But that's what I'm saying. And I'm not saying. Gin. He can date who he wants. He can do what he wants. He's he's a grown man, but their consequences that come with some things..

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"loosey goosey" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"loosey goosey" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Okay, Jim, you're on twelve teams, fourteen years. Can that locker room work with the Brown? Yeah, with the Brown, it's different. If you don't have a broad in that locker room and that's the team you assembled together with those young guy then who who do you go to who's the leader is Rondo? No, is not Lance not going to be any young players. Who do you have the kind of control the narrative and egos, those personalities, you got number twenty three or go be sick. So whatever numbers Brown wants to be, they're going to have. Enough respect for what he brings to the table, and they're going to watch how he works. Now, they're going to have some bumps in roads. You got personality, but having the Brun and having magic at the helm gives you a little bit of gives you a little bit of substance to offset and balanced personalities. I truly believe. And those guys keep in mind there one year contracts. Okay. So they're playing for much more than just this year. Did you ever sign a one year deal? No. I didn't. But you feel the pressure when you had into your deal? I could tell you that much. Oh, yeah. Because if you especially when I got older, I just knew that you know. Into my had to make something happen. You know what I mean? Because tomorrow wasn't guaranteed a lot of these guys, Michael Beasley come on. You gotta make sure something happens after this year. So you don't think he'll be on his best behavior land. Stevenson had a great year in Indiana, but you signed a one year deal. Rondo had a great great year at New Orleans crate year. That's the reason why they made in on the playoffs and had that run, but they're on one year deals cow. So I do believe their their perception is going to be a little bit different. I think attitudes are gonna be a little bit. Let me ask you a football question. Don't trash. My Steelers like that. You know, I just think asking joy all day joy is loosey goosey on this whole Jimmy Garoppolo porn star, a good looking guy. You are starve a franchise you were in your attractive prime. Now you're old just old guy, but but then you were and I only remember one little thing with a musical star. Yeah, yeah, that wasn't true. But you know, I wasn't traded for those who was it? Tony Brexit. I traded for. All day long, but you didn't go, but you let see. This is what I'm saying. You can't believe everything you read. You know, at one point they did say the earth was flat. If you go to follow right, and everybody believed it until he went out. So I thought you dated, Tony, Br. Exactly. So when people tell me all the time about what I did about the issue, Toni Braxton that's what broke up the Mavericks. I shake my head. I'm like, you really don't have a clue. No matter how many times I say, no matter how many times I say it, it doesn't matter. It has a life of his own. What about Garoppolo here in the adult film star? What do you make of that? Okay. So what's the relationship though? Oh, you know what? The relationship. What she thinks she's his mentor coordinator. See them having some nice wanted his out, having a good conversation about the next stages in both of their lives and careers what they're gonna do, and then they probably gave each other kiss on tickets said, I'll see you later. You don't think that happened? I just don't think z. got ever since go. It's that I'm no longer in New England baby. I'm in San Francisco. I mean, it's a tough look just because he is a franchise quarterback. Okay. And that's this. And that's not knocking her. It's just a great look for him and where he's at. If he a backup English me neither. But it is backup quarterback. A lot of people like, oh, that was good pool one, but what's your franchise franchise quarterback? Everything's scrutinize joys opinion on this joy was very libertarian. People do with their private time. They're grownups. Exactly. I mean, I don't judge him from. It's just like this. He's he's a big time quarterback, right? Yeah. So if he goes somewhere and leaves a tip that's not amenable, he's gonna get killed about just because he's Jimmy right if somebody else say anything, so that's the spotlight you limit..

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