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What Made the Prehistoric 'Hell Ant' So Diabolical?
"Hey brains of is Christian, Sager here fire ants, carpenter ants, bull ants there. A lot of ant species that can cause a great deal of harm. The worst one alive today about two Guinness World. Records is the bulldog ant. It has killed at least three human some within fifteen minutes. But perhaps, the worst aunt ever was the hell aunt, a prehistoric insect that was recently discovered encased in a chunk of Myanmar amber dating to the late. Cretaceous period evolutionary. Biologist Phillip Barden of the Jersey Institute of Technology and his team wrote about the Hell Aunt discovery in the journal systemic entomology. The hell aunt got its name from its anatomy and behavior instead. Of having a typical mouth, the hell aunt had blades that stuck upward think like tusks plus a horn that was reinforced with metal scientists don't know for sure how the hell used. It's unusual appendages but they have some theories i. it clear that the ants tusks and horn were mainly used for catching prey. So here's one possible mo when it came to finding dinner when a tasty insect passed nearby the hell aunts jaw tusks would flip the insect up an onto its horn impaling it spearing prey does take a toll though which is probably why the Hell Lance Horn was clad with metal and if that isn't gruesome, enough researchers say this prehistoric insect. Some vampire like tendencies two when the ant snagged its prey, it's Tusk like jaws close to form a gutter, which may have been a means of funneling the insects blood right down into the ants. Gullit, the Helen scientifically known as Lingua Mir Mex- vladi was discovered in chunk of amber that was ninety, nine, million years old although it's unusual appendages were likely used to catch its food researchers say they may have occasionally been used defensively. This is not the only insect sporting metal either some present day termite species actually have zinc and manganese in their manuals. However, there are no modern ants similarly equipped.
Why specializing early doesn't always mean career success
"Hi. I'm Elise Hugh. And you're listening to Ted talks daily today's talk features really fascinating research that cuts us all some slack. What I mean is it turns out you can be a late bloomer in your chosen sport or skill or specialty, and it's actually better for you in a lot of ways. The talk is journalist David Epstein at Ted Ex Manchester in twenty twenty. So I'd like to talk about the development of human potential and I'd like to start with maybe the most impactful modern story of development. Many of you here have probably heard of the ten thousand dollars rule maybe you even model your own life after it. Basically, it's the idea that the become great anything takes ten thousand hours of focused practice. So. You'd better get started as early as possible. The poster child for this story is Tiger Woods. Father Famously, gave him a putter when he was seven months old at ten months, he started imitating his father's swing. At to, you can go on Youtube and see him on national television fast forward to the age of twenty one he's the greatest Golfer in the world's quintessential ten thousand dollars story. Another that features a number of bestselling books is that of the three Polgar sisters whose father decided to teach them chests in a very technical manner from a very early age and really wanted to show that with a head start and focused practice. Any child could become a genius in anything, and in fact, two of his daughters went onto become grandmaster chess players. So, when I became the Science Writer at sports illustrated magazine I got curious if this ten thousand hours rules correct then we should see that elite athletes get a headstart in so-called deliberate practice. This is coached air correction focus practice not just playing around, and in fact, when scientists study lead athletes, they see that they spend more time in deliberate practice not a big surprise. When they actually track athletes over the course of their development, the future leads actually spend less time early on in delivered practice in their eventual sport they to have what scientists call a sampling period where they try a variety of physical activities. They gain broad general skills they learned about their interests and abilities and delays specializing until later than peers who plateau at lower levels. And so when I saw that said, Gosh that doesn't really comport with the ten thousand hours rule does it. So I started to wonder about other domains that we associate with obligatory early specialization like music. Turns out the patterns often similar. Research from a world class, Music Academy, and what I want to draw your attention to is the exceptional musicians didn't start spending more time into practice than the average musicians. Until Third Instrument, they tended to have a sampling period. Even musicians we think of is famously precocious like Yo, Yo Ma he sampling period he just went through it more rapidly than most musicians do. Nonetheless, this research almost entirely ignored and much more impactful is the first page of the Book Battle Hymn of the Tiger mother where the author recounts assigning her daughter Violin. Nobody seems remember the part later in the book where her daughter turns her and says, you picked it not me and largely quits. So having seen this sort of surprising pattern in sports and music. I started to wonder about domains that affect and more people like education and economists found a natural experiment in the Higher Ed Systems of England and Scotland in the period studied, the systems were very similar except in England students had to specialize in their mid teen years to pick a specific course of study to apply tours in Scotland they could keep trying things in university if they wanted to and his question was who wins the trade off the early or the late specializes and he saw that the early specializes jump out to an income. Lead because they have more domain specific skills, the late specializes get to try more different things and when they do pick, they have better fit or what economists call match quality, and so their growth rates are faster by six years out erase that income gap. Meanwhile, the earliest specializes start quitting their career tracks in much higher numbers essentially because they were made to choose. So early that they more often made choices. So the late specializes lose in the short term and win in the long run. I think if we thought about career choice like dating, we might not pressure people to settle down quite so quickly. So this interested seeing this pattern again in exploring a developmental backgrounds of people whose work I had long admired like Duke Ellington who shunned music lessons as a kid to focus on baseball and painting and drawing or Mario Mir's economy who wasn't interested in math is a girl dreamed of becoming a novelist and went on to become the first and so far only woman to win the fields medal the most prestigious prize in the world in Math Vincent Van Gogh had five different careers, each of which he deemed his true calling before flaming out spectacularly, and in his late twenty s picked up a book called the guide to the ABC's of drawing. That worked out. Okay Claude Shannon was an electrical engineer at the University of Michigan who took a philosophy course just to fulfill a requirement and in it, he learned about a near century old system of logic or was true and false statements could be coded as ones and zeroes in solved like math problems. This led to the development of Binary Code, which underlies all of our digital computers today.
Well-Reasoned Critiques are Gold
"There. Hello these stuff. Trying to think of a well reasoned critique, but nothing came to mind. Well reason critiques are hard. There's a reason why they don't just jump into our minds I. think it's typically this stuff that's petty or this is bothering me or that's bothering me. I. And you please pick of your socks. And meanwhile you're the one that. I thought it was funny. That is funny because I just put them in a laundry. Benthic. So well, reason critiques are difficult, but they can be worth their weight in gold almost so Well reasoning around something that could be improved is obviously a landmine or landmines. When you start to do this, you're walking into. A field of land mines up. There you go. Telling. And you have to tiptoe around to get better at creating these because we've all attempted to offer feedback to someone only to blow up in our faces. We've all held back feedback because we think it's going to offend or blow up in our faces. And we have to get past these ideas and to a place where. We can offer real feedback to people and that's what I want in my life and I don't want to be surrounded by people that can't give me feedback and I certainly don't want to not be able to give back to others right Yep I think the second you learn how to. Take feedback in your life and not get offended not let your ego get damaged. That's the moment also when you can provide feedback. Better as well because you know how it feels, you know like Oh this triggered me this didn't this made me upset this didn't, and then you of know how to go about that landmine field. An I think the first step to is whenever you're getting any type of feedback or analysis or commentary from others just start to think about which you've received recently how it's made you feel, and in the cases where it does trigger, you go all the way back to try to find the core wound. What are you scared of what happened that kind of Mir's the present situation or the feedback? But until you really figure out how to hear other people without slipping into cognitive dissonance getting triggered, you know going back to all the other times in your life where you got feedback, you can't get thrown into the past. But getting out of this mentality I think is it's really The ultimate challenge towards. Collaboration intimacy all those things asthma say how do you mean sounds easy like? See yourself getting triggered in the past figure out why and Ford. Like how how would I actually go about that today like taking feedback or this week or something like what are the next steps to make sure that I'm receiving and hearing feedback even if it's said in an indirect way or said in a way that could be upsetting like what should I be doing I think that looking outside yourself is key here because it's hard for a reason. If you're stuck in the past or if you're getting triggered by feedback or even well, reason critiques. You're going to have to get outside yourself. You're going to have to look to other people to be there when you're getting the feedback or people who can corroborate your story or present a different reality that maybe you didn't see that you were unable to see. Without that type of outside perspective I think it's really really hard. So if it's just two people that are going back and forth the stuck in their typical communication patterns, it's going to be very difficult difficult to kind of shocked them out of it or it's going to be a challenge for either one to kind like level up their communication. It's not until you start to get in these like communication triangles or group settings that you can have. Really. Accurate and objective feedback on what was happening, how you're reacting your facial muscles, how you were expressing discomfort or displeasure at the person who is giving you feedback. There's so many different variables there that you can't see until you get into kind of like a group
Borderline Personality Disorder: Listen with Care
"Dot Oregan. Dialectical behavior therapy dbt has become the gold standard for borderline personality disorder and studies are starting to go head to head with dbt and clinical trials. Reviewed one that fared well good. Psychiatric management in our summer issue and a new one just came out of Australia a study by Carlo Watson and colleagues from the University of Newcastle. It tested conversational therapy, which uses careful listening and the therapeutic relationship as the fulcrum of change. Over fourteen months one, hundred, sixty, two patients with borderline personality disorder were randomized dbt or conversational therapy both therapies are twice a week. Conversational involves two one on one sessions and DBT and individual in a group session both therapies were equally effective thing that matters most and borderline personality self injury. DBT had a greater effect on depression possibly because it employs more behavior activation than conversational therapy does both therapies had similar effects on core symptoms of borderline. So what is this conversational therapy that fared? Pretty decently against dbt it's sometimes called psycho dynamic interpersonal therapy. The therapist listens empathic lead to the patient reflecting back what they here with statements rather than questions and mutual I. WE language the goal is to help the patient develop a coherent narrative and a healthy sense of self and to look for Moshe Misunderstandings in the room and repair them as they happen. So the patient can learn from their relationship with the therapist and apply what they've learned to patterns in relationships in their own life. Conversational therapy was developed by psychiatrist. Robert Hudson and Russell Mir's and Mir's wrote a guide to it in two thousand twelve. The bottom line tried and true methods of psychotherapy like careful empathic listening and actively
7 New Ways to Grow Your SEO Traffic
"To another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. Hotel and today we're GonNa talk about seven new ways to grow your seo traffic. So I'll start first because they had a Webinar on new ways to do SEO. So the first way to grow your SEO traffic new way to grow your seo traffic would be to think about on surp- seo but does that mean exactly so Serb assertion that result page, and as you know Seo now is getting more difficult because the search result pages are so dynamic you have sometimes you might have apps you have knowledge box you might have featured snippets you might have site links there's a lot. Of changes happening. So what you gotTa do from your and we've talked about Faq Schema before in the past, we've talked about all these different tactics those all fall on the search engine result page. You GotTa think about how you can do on Seo part of what you can do using software or you can do it on your own, but you can use our software. If you want click flow, you can test your titles Meta description and that is basically one element of on as he'll. There's a lot more that goes into that but I just want to give you one piece. Number two is create new formats of content. So you don't have to just do text based content. You've already seen that Google ranks videos, but did you know Google also rains podcasts? So now crawling podcasts transcribing and indexing them and getting driving traffic to them as loss. So don't create text based content, considering creating all the different types of media formats that people really leveraging these days such as video audio off Cassie I should out there make she include keywords with whatever you're talking about your research on. What you'll find is some of that context also start ranking. For many listings are pushing up just classroom pushing up just video results. So it's a way to grab more search traffic bubbling people already. Number three kind of alluded to this a little earlier. But if you Google, Matthew Woodward Faq Schema. You'll find a way to get Faq. Schema. Set Up, and in some cases you click the rate actually might go higher. This is kind of continuing to follow the theme of on Surp- SEO number four by websites now for their back lanes buying for their brand and their existing traffic and there exists. You'll traffic merging into your site makes you deleted duplicate content merge than duplicate content together what it mean by duplicate is not word for word content. But if I have article on Seo someone else has an article on Seo and they both talk bout began as a test yo you don't have to pay design begins Guy Teissier you'd WanNa merge tackle only do that. What you'll find is Marshall Tropical to ring for Marquee Words All. Right. Number five. So even though we talk about it, I don't think a lot of people do this enough think about how you can build your own widget or how you could build your own software where those will basically because those to me, there are a little more defensible than making new book or a new Info Graphic, for example so An example, this Neil night I talked about this website when covert initially hid a lot of late in the United States a lot of layoffs started happening. So these layoff tracker started going up I was actually looking at one of the layoff trackers recently, sixteen hundred referring domains going that's a lot of lakes. So if you can build something, that's helpful. Genuinely helpful. The people that's very lincoln asset. This is evergreen SEO tactic but nobody has ever talked about talk about Lincoln assets, but don't talk too much about using a product to help with branding or product to build lakes. Another thing that you can end up doing is. Look at popular tools on the Internet that are Mir Space Adam to your website. You can find a lot like code canyons stuff like that will find his they tend to create a lot of brand queries more BRANCUSI's. You have the easier to rank on Google. So yes, eric talked about lingual acids but you can also get tools that create more brand queries will you'll find as you rankings for all Europeans go up even if you're not getting into links. All right number seven kind of similar. Building on the example I gave from number five where you build a where you lied with a product could be a widget as well. But let's use Neil Uber suggests as an example, he has a lot of data, a lot of click stream data. And basically, the great thing about that is that he can make really data loaded post that nobody else can do so I remember recently, I just read something from about how everything you know about click the rate has changed, but they were pulling proprietary data that they have. If you have your own product, you're able to glean zone insights and you can produce. Content that stands out on its own which you have liquid asset that's helping you produce more link cable assets with your content.
Scientists Discover New Lemur Species
"And gorillas may be our best known primate cousins. You might be less familiar with mouse lemurs, the world's smallest primates. They're tiny and adorable, with big googly eyes and fairy tales. They can be tough to spot in the forests of Madagascar and even tougher for scientists to identify when you go to the forest, and you will see your mouth remark is night time to actually tell what species belongs to. Marina Blanco is a research scientist at the Duke Leamer Center in North Carolina, and for years her team surveyed the lowland forests of northeastern Madagascar are capturing and measuring the tiny nocturnal creatures. I took genetic samples to now. All that work has paid off because they see one of the mouse lemurs they sampled, often found clinging to cardamom bushes is a new species. Only about 10 inches long, and half of that is its tail, and it weighs just two ounces. A scientist named it Micros Abyss Janahi or Jonas Mouse lemur. In this case, Jonah is Jonah rats and Buzz offi, a Leamer, researcher in Madagascar and his reaction to the news. Good news in a bad time brats and Gadhafi says levers, including this new species are surrounded by threats, one first off them are critically endangered. On the brink of extinction. 98% of them are friends. So that means, But there is a big risk for the next generation not to see any more dreamers, mining, poaching and illegal hunting all threatened lemurs. But the biggest problem, he says, is deforestation. There's no discussion when the first is gone, the MIRs are like fish. Fish cannot survive outside of the water, humorous candles your life outside of the forest Red. Simba's offi says Conserving forest is crucial to the future of Lamers. And he says he hopes this new tiny primate will illustrate just how much we have to lose.
Stop Stepping To Your Vision
"Right but so. Most you know Rachel Pearson spoke at the last two hacking lives and she's made. She's also the Queen of Tiktok, and my daughter is her biggest fan, and anyway she's actually going to boise and my daughter so excited to talk with her, which is going to be so fun anyway, she. She, she walks me over a really cool question about you know taking things once airtime, and how you create your vision, and how you bypass things in all kind of stuff so I'm GonNa play her her part of Oxford right here, senior the question and then I'm GonNa. Come back, answer if someone called me out today, and and they were very spot on. They said I feel like you are taking the stairs. One step at a time when you are destined for greatness, so my question to you is. How did you create a vision? Did it fall into your lap? Did you read a book how you create a vision for your life in Your Business that? Keeps everything going. You know like the infinite game from Simon Sinek. Thank you so so so much. Okay, so I think it's a really good question, and it's interesting because. I think a lot of us. We get into this game and we don't really know what's possible where we're going or any of those things you know like. I didn't I didn't know what was happening. Today was possible by any stretch of the machinations. So I think sometimes you bypass your vision. In fact, it was kind of a really cool. What a really cool experience I was Remember we did. The final startup story was with mixer at this. In Utah called the drive, our comedy club and had JP sears. Come into roast me for an hour before we. We did the interview and it was so funny, but anyway at dinner I asked JP makes what's next few. What's what's the next plan? And he has smiled at me. He looks so content something that I've never been my wife and he was like It's like you know what he's like so far. Everything that's happened me surpassed wherever possible select some China just enjoy, and just like enjoy things as they. They. Come and be grateful for them. And I was like Oh my gosh. That is amazing like I need to learn that, so there's that piece of it right and he gets entrepreneur struggle with us, because because We're always looking, you know come back to my my last podcast, so talking about We're so tied into achievement achievement. She moved. Forget about the fulfillment side, so there's an apartment, the other side which I understand Moore's this goal of achieving and trying to take over the world and stuff like that and You Know I. Remember A- At the very I live in ever went to I remember I one thousand dollars to go to which is like the first step for me, my call so much money like stressed out and the speakers talking up people selling different things and and I remember. I can never Ford this thing for two grander, five, ten, grand, or all these different things kind of being like bummed out about it right and I. Remember Admits Kid and the kid was. Maybe a year, older Mir, maybe same age. I was like I was twenty two at the time he been twenty three or something but we are about the same age and and I saw the the presenters Solas Mash grouping route three signed up for it and I was like how did you? How are you for that like I can I can figure it out for that and he's like. Oh, he's like well. There's two ways to get. Get the top you can work your way, and you can buy your insights by my way I'm like well for sounds like this leap in thought I'd never have crossed my mind before my okay, it's pretty cool and then then it's more questions like well. How'd you four for this and he's like I'm actually in twelve masterminds. This time I was like what how did you do that? And he came back and said well what I did is that. What and He's like I. wanted to go these things, but I couldn't afford us as they found. People who kind of trained toss of to so I wanna go is mastermind. Groups obviously can be expensive for everyone to pay. For you for you know if you guys want to go, all this is going to be really expensive so if you're interested. I think if you pay me ten grand and I get. I don't know twenty people. Two hundred thousand dollars Algo. Join all of them and I'll come back until you cool stuff I learned and he got all these people are paying twenty grand. And he took the money, or whatever it was I don't know. And he joined all these mastermind groups, and he bought his way in, and he got up, and he built his company very very very very quickly and I thought that was just a strategic thing. You know I remember celebrity apprentice. Few Watch delivery apprentice in the past I three or four episodes, people do things that was like fundraisers. It was like Corey's money sleep while on the street and they're try. Lemonade always seems raise. Money wasn't tough. I don't know two or three seasons in when the dude from kiss. that. Yeah. Kiss Gene Simmons. GM's was on it and They do fundraising things out there trying to raise money that hustling and he just sat, there picked up his phone made a phone call and got a check from his buddies for half million dollars, and you destroyed everybody else out of the Moore. Looking at thinking, he's thinking in a different level and everybody else says the thought difference, right? Everyone's like like here's the task must do the thing. And they jumped up him. Trump except step-by-step. Whereas Gene Simmons came back and said Look I can do that or I. Can just do this and we'll jump you know a thousand steps past everyone else. And I think I remember watching have now and just like okay. I got started thinking more strategically. US think tactically which tactics are so important is how we get the thing done, but it takes stopping stepping back and looking at things more strategically of okay. Here's next step next up. You want to jump five or ten or twenty tears is not going to happen by you. Doing the next step is to stepping back and saying what's the next thing like what's the? What's the big the big domino? The next I don't know there's ways to phrase. It I'm not sure the best way but conceptually it's it stopping the tactics instead back strategically and thinking different right. Click funnels I'd so many amazing strategic conversations with friends and people The worldwide software company right, if you, if you at the expert, secrets book like we talked about movement and finding a future base 'cause and like all these things that weren't. They weren't tactically like. Here's the next step it. It's like how do we? How do we? We've these things into our culture right? How do we? H-. How do you do these things? They caused these incremental big shifts as opposed to just increasing your your your ads by ten, or you're just created another friend and offer it's like. Have you create things that have mass shifts? Mass changes things like that. I think it really comes back stepping back away from the tactical, which means getting out of the day today, which means taking a vacation, which is hard for us right or or doing strategy your team, and just they look for three days, and we're GONNA work. We're talking about like what's possible. It's a future. Where could we go you know not not with Nextstep, but like if what if we just destroyed these steps and had a whole new thing like what would that look like? And how do we get there and you pull it? Poor Gene Simmons instead of fundraising. You just pull out A. Just, you know, put your phone and call buddy in and get five hundred thousand dollars in five seconds. That's that's the power of it so I. Hope it helps the no, it's not a full answer. Hopefully gets the Wilson head-spinning. Everyone else's listening help that helps as well
Russia referendum: All you need to know on the vote that could see Putin stay in power until 2036
"Make great backing singer from Miley SARS, but anyway I my name is. Is Keith Walker at to Russia next where polling stations opened on Thursday for voting on a constitutional referendum. It's on whether to less President Vladimir Putin run for re-election twice more and potentially remain in the post for the next sixteen years Dwi's <hes> at correspondent. Emily. Sherwin is on the line from Moscow Emily. I. Tell us a little bit more about the referendum. What's at stake here? Well this referendum is actually more of a vote because it doesn't have the legal status of a referendum, but the vote on amendments it covers really a whole range of measures. It's a big mix, so there's one amendment for example that states that marriage can only be between a man and a woman. Politicians can't have dual citizenship. There's an amendment guaranteeing accessible medical care. Environmental protection is on that <hes> on the bill as well. And there are banners all over Moscow advertising these rather some of these rather populist measures I would say, but one amendment, of course the seen as particularly important, and that is the amendment that will reset the clock on Nevada. Mir Putin's presidential term, so what it means is that he isn't actually abolishing term limits for future politicians, but he is abolishing his term limit, so he can run again in twenty twenty four and that would mean he could be in power. Power for two more terms if he runs again if people vote for him, is this referendum likely to go and Putin's favor? Well, it's a bit of a strange one. Because the constant constitutional amendments have already actually passed in the Duma, so the lawmakers here in Russia have already voted in favor of it <hes> but the president this week as well has emphasized again that it will only pass if people vote for these amendments that these amendments will only pass. Pass if people vote for them, essentially, this vote is seen as kind of almost referendum on Putin himself and trust in the president has been falling for months. It's clear now that the the authorities though will try to make sure that the turnout is high and they're trying to really set the mood. They have been trying to really set the mood ahead of the vote. They've made it really easy to vote. People can even vote in Moscow. They can vote. Vote Online <hes> they've had the victory day parade this week to kind of set a patriotic mood and this week as well <hes> Putin announced some <hes> additional economic support measures for people in the corona virus crisis, but people that I spoke to. I mean admittedly in Moscow which is traditionally kind of more <hes>, more critical of the authorities than the rest of the country, but people were surprisingly negative <hes>. They said you know why vote, it's all been decided. Anyway and the authorities should really spend this
Hannah Georgas on what its like being a pop star in the COVID-19 era
"I'd like you to start today's episode by doing something that you've probably done in your younger days. Maybe with the Mir a hairbrush. I want you to take a second and imagine you're a Popstar but seriously here is the scenario. You've been at it for a while. You've released a couple of well reviewed albums you've worked your way up from local indie act to nationally known. You've been nominated for awards. Your songs are on the radio. You've toured worldwide. You've been collaborating with some of your favorite artists. Some of whom play in one of the world's biggest rock bands. You're almost done your new album. You've got a European tour ready to roll. It's February of Twenty twenty. Guess what happens. Next is obviously nothing bit covid. Nineteen hasn't changed by now but the way this virus has altered the lives of musicians offers us a look inside an industry. That's already changed massively over the past two decades is changing massively again right now in real time. Will the music industry ever really be the same I mean? When will you feel comfortable going to a packed concert in a crowded bar with no room between you and your fellow fans how much of what makes one of those performances truly special can be captured in digital concerts from artists and living-rooms? What's it like to be a pop star in the COVID era while we asked one Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story? Hannah Georgia's is a fascinating songwriter. She's an alternative pop artist that has gone from a local renown in Toronto worldwide tours and festival headlines in Juno nominations and Polaris nominations and she was getting set with a new album and a new tour. When all this happened I feel like that's a lot for an intro. But Hi Hannah Hi. How's it going? It's going really well and I'm I'm really happy to talk to you and the first thing I want to ask you. Because it fascinates me is. How has the songwriting and composing been going during this? Because I know people's creative have varied just so wildly. Yeah Well for me creative Stuff has been coming in waves and and also There's Times where I haven't felt creative but I also don't say that because I think even when I am in my creative place I take a lot of time to dislike. I think a lot. I go for walks. I watch movies and I still feel like I'm getting creative. Inspiration from things so But it has been a bit of a wave for sure And I think for me. It's important to kind of just take my time with things and not feel overwhelmed if I'm having you know times where I don't feel very inspired. Yeah I guess like there's been some good stuff and then there's been some times where I've just needed to like take care of myself. I think the whole world pretty much dealing with that right now totally and I think it's okay to kind of I think it's important that we all do slowdown in a way. There's a reason why this is happening. And I travel in my everyday life to to be okay with like slowing down so I think it's a good practice for sure will endure in the midst of his. I kind of mentioned off the top Prepping for a new album and a big tour in earlier this year when we started to see the big live shows and the festivals around the country in the world Being canceled what was going through your mind. Kind of like changed every single day because everything escalated so quickly In early March and I had a I've had to definitely move timelines around because I am preparing for an album release and a tour a European tour that was scheduled in April Just kind of that was kind of getting things started with my new music and the new wave of this album cycle and yeah it just was kind of crazy Early March to like okay. We're going wait a minute okay. Let's slow down here. We've gotten a new piece of news that Seems a little bit sketchy maybe we should just put the brakes on a couple of things and make sure that we don't go full. Make sure we warn our team and let all the band members now in tour managers know that this is gonna like things are feeling a bit confusing and then all of a sudden like the next day it's like okay Flights are cancelled. Were canceling flights. And everything's over so it was just like so kind of insane to go through that and this like for as for everybody that that like just beginning of March period to to Digest that and then and then as time went on it was like okay. No may stuff now no summer stuff and now no false stuff it just like and it's a lot to like kind of wrap your head around a lot too a wrap your head around taking shows out of the picture when you're just kind of going back into Full swing of China. Put a record two so one of the things that I really WanNa know about is How this business works or doesn't work. I guess when tours are not possible I mean I think Anecdotally at least a lot of us have heard that you know with streaming taking over from straight album sales And maybe not paying as well unless you get billions of streams that you know being on the road and in front of people and selling. Merch is the way artists. Make money these days. And how is that changing? Well it's like trying to figure out how Everything will work online. There's been like a lot of interesting things that I've been seeing with. People performing chose online and charging. Yeah working through an online service to Promote your shows and you can do a lot and seems like there's a lot I just do find that there's something about being at a concert and being there in person and having the production that you need and I have like been just trying to wrap my head around you know I like. I like watching an artist. Perform intimate and interactive online to you. But I also like I don't know there's more to it when
Dem New Mexico governor reportedly violated coronavirus order, kept business open so she could buy jewelry
"New Mexico's democratic governor who ordered strict virus measures was caught violating them to buy some jewelry yeah this is Michelle Grisham caught violating the social distancing command that she gave her constituents to follow in order to stop the spread of coronavirus it what I'm was there she told new Mexicans they need to stay at home in early April when she ordered nonessential businesses the clothes we're really in tough Financial Times is stated mir is the incredible personal sacrifices that happen every day every single day because people have limited their ability to work telecommunication commuting and many people in fact have lost their jobs well according to K. are a Q. E. she herself broke the rules in order to purchase jewelry to store that otherwise should be enclosed so they spoke to an employee from a jewelry store saying that governor Grisham call them the by the jury and sent over a staffer to pick it up despite the fact that the store had been closed under the order spokesman for the governor offered an alternative explanation says the governor did call an employee saying they had a longstanding personal relationship the important employee came here got the jewelry and took it home left outside their home and then someone came and picked it
Great Comet of 1861 discovered - May 13, 1861
"Was made thirteenth eighteen. Sixty one Australian amateur astronomer. John Tebbit Observed Great Comet of Eighteen. Sixty line the comment was visible to the naked eye for about three months and it was visible through telescopes until eighteen. Sixty two John. It was born in in Windsor New South Wales and his father was a farmer. He developed an interest in astronomy early on thanks to conversations with his tutor at work and articles that he read by Astronomer John Russell Hind in eighteen fifty. Three Tebbit bought Marine sextant. He also had a clock with a seconds pendulum that regulated by making celestial observations and he had a small telescope over the next few years he acquired more instruments this first astronomical publication in the Sydney Morning Herald in eighteen fifty four when comments appeared. Tebbit would calculate their orbit. A comment isn't icy body in space that releases gas as it passes near the son in eighteen fifty eight. He observed Donizetti's comment in Australian Sky Timid also observed phenomena like meteors planets and variable stars between eighteen fifty four and eighteen sixty two. He published thirty four pieces in the Herald eighteen. Sixty the government astronomer William Scott and bite it Tebbit to work at the Sydney Observatory Turned down the request on May thirteenth eighteen. Sixty one tebbit was thirteen. The skies for comets. There is marine telescope. He saw a nebulous. Object Mir a star in the constellation a readiness. He decided to keep observing object. Tubby sent a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald announcing his discovery of the great comet of eighteen sixty one and it was published in the paper on May twenty fifth his twenty seventh birthday in it. He said the following while engaged. In examining the heavens with a small telescope. On the evening of Monday the thirteenth instant nebulous star of about the fifth magnitude in the Constellation. Our readiness attracted my attention. It was then a distant a few minutes of a decree from thirteen sixteen of the catalog. A star of the sixth magnitude. Finding there was no nebulous star in the catalog in the same position. I immediately conjectured. It must be comet. He went on to say that he realized the comet had moved half decree and that he had told William Scott about his observation announcement incited a considerable amount of public excitement and responses. Tebbit continued making observations on the comic for weeks. The comet became visible in the Northern Hemisphere. In late June earth passed through the comments tail causing meteor showers. It remained visible to the I for around three months but it stayed visible through a telescope for several more months. The comment is formally designated C eighteen. Sixty one J one and hundred sixty one to the term. Great Comet isn't an official designation but it typically describes comment that is extremely bright as most comments are not visible to the naked eye. And even when they are they're often fuzzy fate tebbit built his own small observatory and continue to publish his observations. The Great Comet is expected to return and the twenty third century
Prince Harry and Meghan shun British tabloids, stop all access
"Prince Harry and Meghan Markle broke ties with UK tabloids on Sunday but issuing a scathing letter that said they would no longer engage with the newspapers the couple laid out their new policy of zero engagement and no corroboration to the editors of for a major British publications after years of distorted and false coverage they say they wrote the letter to the Daily Mail the sun daily mir and Daily Express the tablets will not receive any updates from the couple in may possibly possibly be barred from attending their future
Jet Tila: Thai Food in America
"How do you describe the explosion of Thai Food in America and in Los Angeles? You know I think you have to trace it back to Vietnam right. Most major campaigns were flown out of Thailand right because of the Golden Triangle because our our relationship Thailand is his never been occupied or controlled by a foreign power was allies with the US so they gave Thai people visas so nineteen sixty six. The first group of Thai people came in in mass. My parents were in that group. So there's the beginning second. There's always been this romance of of this this American Romance Thailand. It's exotic that people are nights. It's so beautiful I mean and there's also the the really not so nice side of that the sexual tourism and all that but no matter what right. There's there's this halo effect. I think Thailand has on on Americans and then when we started the food all these flavor the flavor range European food is like herbs and salt and pepper and olive oil and garlic and Mir Poi and all of a sudden I got hot and sour and salty and sweet. It's so exotic. Yeah one of the things. I remember from the book though I thought was funny. Was that at first. Thai food is marketed as like a better tasting Chinese for exactly. Yeah and and it's because you know Cantonese foods little sweeter and richer or whatever and they wanted brighter flavors. Yeah but yeah like. What did people know about Thai food? And how much of that did you guys teach them? I would say pad Thai chicken Satay Dome Yum dum car guy. It was Thai food. Then you even chow main because you gotTa Games order start because again Americans new Cantonese style Chinese food for years. This was just like a departure and the image you get you know what I mean. It's like each gradually acclimate and learn. And then you start to get curious and Thailand is always has always been really aggressive about tourism right getting people to visit right right named ty culinary ambassador. How did that happen? By the way the truth. You guys want the truth right of course Jones version of very sort. Which is the the brutal truth right? You know the consul general in myself Three CONSUL-GENERALS AGO. Right because the post transitions every few years. You know we had a lot of Thai chef. That was were starting to become notable in America. We Ricker. You've got guys in Chicago then. There's so. There's a lot of mixed messages about Thai food. What is Thai food? Who SPEAKS FOR THAI food? We we sat down a room and we're like we need a position that that basically allows the government to say this person plants. The holds the torch for Thai food. So we need a culinary ambassador right. We need the guy and we need to create a fund marketing term for it. So I was like Dude. GimMe the ambassadorship. It sounds awesome. Any says a great idea. So you know we we have a we have a few program. Thais elect which is a government program that acknowledges Thai restaurants that are that are doing very well or or you know are good at certain things we have trade shows around the country around the world. Can you speak for Thai food because we also wanted someone that was in media? That was recognizable right. I was the only one at that time doing a lot of television. And so as part of your ambassador ship you're going around to different tire restaurants in really out into the field hundred percent and when I'm on television. Which is the best way to go anywhere right when Elton Brown says this? Is You know on our new shows Culinary Ambassador of Thailand like that sinks in but I just have to ask this on same. Whose idea was it to get matching tattoos and tattoos or have to my right forearm. That's is never be daunted. So Alton Brown and I did a bunch of episodes of a show called cutthroat kitchen together and over those episodes in hundreds and hundreds of hours in months and years we became very close. Friends like very very close friends. We were just sitting around one day. And he's like I haven't gotten a tattoo. I get attached to every decade. He said let's get together. Let's get hammered. Let's do it. Let's do it. So it really is a symbol of our friendship. And it's never be daunted as hemingway quote and the way that came to be was. We're sitting around the trailer I'm like okay. Let's let's get imagine to. Who's going to pick what it is? I am not A. I'm not a cerebral scholarly. Guy Like Elton. I'm like if I win this. Whatever we're going to get an octopus chef with eight utensils one each arm. Thank God he won. Thank God you want so you can actually watch the video of you. Google jetty loud. We actually wanted to put it out on social media. While we're getting Tattoos Watch we livestream did and it and it existed lives in the world now so there was this moment where like Thai food was cool and there was this moment where like no one knew anything about it. Yeah what was it like for that thing that you grew up with like all of a sudden be cool. Yeah I'm trying to think back through those years. Try to kind of like articulate. What was the tipping point? It had this phenomenally fast. Rise to UBIQUITY. Do you know what I mean. And it had to be between the eighties. Probably the nineties. Wow 'cause town was founded in two thousand right and I would say we were already firmly ubiquitous. Yeah that was the recognition right so I would say between the eighties and nineties for some reason. Thai food became
Illinois mayor's wife found at bar violating stay-at-home order
"The Alton mayor's wife gets bossed stared death over the weekend Sunday morning mayor gets a call Hey there's some people out there that are in violation of Illinois's stay at home order mir says round them up well turns out his wife was one of those people he was very quick to say she exhibited a stunning that lack of judgment all right what's your lack of sympathy
Amazon to stream SXSW movies in free virtual film festival
"Reports of the death of the south by southwest festival are apparently greatly exaggerated the popular annual high tech music and Film Festival south by southwest which was cancelled last month is coming back to life at least the film portion but in a much different form instead of movies being shown in theatres in Austin Texas in front of live audiences they will be shown on lying to everyone a partnership with Amazon prime will allow films to be screened for a ten day period it will be free many of the films had scheduled their pre mir is to take place at south by
Do Animals Laugh?
"If you've ever been close with a non human animal you may think it's obvious that they have senses of humor. Even if most of what they think is funny. Is You know but we set out to learn what science has to say about it. Have you ever tried to tell a joke to an animal? I've done it before I I talk to my dogs. Whatever but this this brain stuff and I'm Christian Sager. So here's the question. Can Animals laugh in some cases. This might sound ridiculous. There are many different types of laughter and generally speaking these types fall into two broad categories complex social laughter where you have to know the context or have a sense of to you know get it and laughter in response to stimulation like tickling some animals such as primates seem to have a sense of humor. Meaning they can respond to situations with a hand. That sounds eerily similar to laughter. You can read numerous stories about Koko. The gorilla allegedly making jokes in sign language and so on. Additionally when adult animals like dolphins or ravens play pranks they're indicating an understanding of humor but laughter itself seems more common than humans had originally thought rats had been laughing. They're furry little keystones off the dawn of recorded history but we only figured this out a few years back. It turns out rats like being tickled and when they're tickled they chirp at a range too for human ears to pick up. It's around fifty kilohertz. We know this. Thanks to the work of Jacques Pants. Skip and Jeffrey Bergdorf beginning in the late nineties at Bowling Green State University. And if we're talking about that second category of laughter. A positive localization associated with touch than the comedy. Floodgates may have just swung open. Dr Davila Ross has been gathering as much data as possible about the reactions. Various animals have to being tickled the list of animals. That make a vocal reaction when tickled include. Mir Cats camels dolphins dogs Al's penguins and more. So what's the explanation? Well according to Michael Owen and associate professor of psychology and neuroscience from Georgia State University. That's my Alma Mater. The case may be simple at least when applied to mammals. It's just a pleasant feeling evoked by touching laughter. It seems may well be millions of years old and existed before human beings. If you think about it we're sort of late to the joke and to be fair. Most scientists aren't calling the straight out laughter. Instead they're suggesting that these positive vocalisations or as Dr Davila Ross rights expressions of joy. And when we ask whether laughter is a sign of intelligence. Dr Pank Sep notes. That intelligence isn't a requirement for laughter. Instead he suggests maybe we should look at it from another direction. Perhaps play in any species can increase social intelligence as research continues. We're learning more and more about animals laughter and
You Asked, We Answered: Breast Milk, Biting and More!
"So Daphne I'm going to ask you a question that was geared towards you but a lot of people are wondering Do you give your kids formula. And if so what do you like? Oh I do. I do a transition to formula when my kids are off breast milk and I will be honest with you. I've done a bit of research on this because I think that you know it's it's always sort of like finding the right balance of what What you care about and what you can the the reality is I think. They're all pretty much on par. But the one that I go for is something called hall. It's H. O. L. E. and I get it. I get it shipped to me. I get it in bulk. It's it's I think from Germany definitely from the EU. And it's. It's just a brand that I think you know. They they talk about like they're happy. Cows goat milk once or they're happy goats grazing in the hills of Switzerland. And all that they just seem like very happy animals But they they go to great lengths to make sure that sugar and corn syrup are not the first ingredients and in some cases not present at all they They really hold to the utmost standards of of natural end and wholesome foods in in the formula and then what I also do is. I'll supplement with a baby. Dha so a lot of times and maybe more details than people want. You should definitely do your own research. This is what has worked for my family and And you know there are tons of different considerations to take into account but I do add baby. Dha that is It's called baby. Dha think it's Nordic naturals and it is great for baby brain development and development. Has Those healthy? Fats are present in breastmilk. That you definitely want to make sure your baby's getting plenty of While you know while there's still in that that first year of life and beyond all my kids take Dha actually How long do you give them formulas it until they're a yard? You people do two years. I don't do too yours. I'll tell you why I look for an amazing insurance policy if you WANNA continue on past a year because look a lot of kids. Don't eat well or don't eat enough and it's a it's really nice to know. They're getting all the nutrition that theoretically need from this. You know from this drink but My kids are all been knock wood pretty good eaters and are all really interested in food really early on like Geez. Not even six months and she's about to six months and she's already like trying to grab everything that's in front of her siblings plates and And they you know they're really eager and interested in in foods and my hope is I don't even actually like I know a lot of people. Once they finish formula they go on to some kind of either dairy milk or dairy milk alternative to put in their babies bottles into enter into sippy cups. Just to continue Sort of like the liquid nutrition as well and I. I really haven't even ever done that. I'll tell you I it's weird. How like different pieces of mother had advised stick with you? Someone very early on I think on his pregnant with Elena told me the one piece advised that she'd gotten was to take your babies off of bottles at a year Because it just like it will. It will make the more the more accustomed they get to needing a bottle to go to sleep. And there's all this like you know tons of dentists and pediatricians will tell you it's like bad for us to fall asleep with milk in their mouth and they they could choke or it's bad for their teeth almost all kinds of stuff but for Mir infections actions. But it's also just like you don't want your baby to form habits. That are then much more difficult and dramatic to have to break with them like getting a bottle before bed is if that's their habit after eighteen months twenty months twenty four months. They've got real memory they can remove. It's much harder to get them to the waiter. Would you please so I my babies are are pretty much done with bottles except for John who like how do transition them to transition it. Mind to the Nook the Sippy sippy cups and I just so Romeo this Adding a month ago just finished my ed. Breastmilk milk stored up I stopped breastfeeding him at a year. Because I was having a miscarriage and it just end up being too much body. But I had a ton of milk's stored up so he just finished drinking it but he was. I was doing that thing. Exactly what you're talking about where. I was giving him breast breast milk in a bottle of for a bed and he calls it. Legos itchy itchy and for the like for weeks I would give him a Sippy Cup with water and he's not literally looking at this. I started giving him eight on my kids Jerry. So I started feeding Giving him hemp milk which I like a lot and I just tons of research on what I think are good. Non Dairy milks But then I started realizing you know what I am doing that thing. I'm going to perpetuate the problem and so I'm GonNa go to water which all my kids have water bottle by their bed And he was just like what is this like. Where's my itchy? Where's my where's but no my? My kids are like me. They get thirsty in the night. So they all do have those Like little thermoses and water. But I just I again like. It's such a personal choice and I really do think that this was just one thing that someone told me that just has made my life easier as a mom to not have this one habit that I felt like would be traumatic to break with them so anyway it's worked but I but I honestly the the former conversations are really interesting one because it there is a lot of confusing information out there and when I did my deep dive what I came out with was that I thought that the holly brand ones were the were were on top for me and I and the kids have all responded really well to them and you know like this is maybe tmi but one of the ways that I gave that was like looking at how their diapers breast Mug poop looks very distinctive and the the change over to To formula looks exactly see so I feel like their digestive tract is processing at the same way. So that's what I use question. We had a woman Write to us at bow at baby biting. Who's ten months old And what to do about that? And sort of biting out of biting out of love And what I found but I think that we can look at it this as like a broader a broader theme of. How do you teach a young baby to be sweet and gentle now? I probably every child's that ever was had some sort of aggressive streak at some point because we are animals and that is just a something or play based as play based but then eventually throw something. And you're going to do something you're talking like I am. I angry in the moment. And I'm going to express that in the most violent way But what I found really well I. I've found works really well is Like for example. Romeo has has started. You know his whole hitting face earlier than my other ones because guess what he has gotten like pounded by his older siblings from time to time. Maybe it's out of love but he's just like I'm angry and I'm going to hit you because that has happened to me but what I find is the more that I'm like. No we don't do that. He's going to open his eyes wide. Look and then he's GonNa hit me again because we're hardwired to get attention exactly but if you go up to him and you say no Schwab Air Soft soft and you like you wrap his like little belly and his arms and then you have him do it as well little by little they start to go to that so basically like modeling good behavior preventing them from practicing the bad behavior as much as you can and don't be hard on yourself because they probably will do it because we all did it and everybody who came before us. I'll do it But the more that you can model sweet behavior the better And prevent them from not practicing the bad behavior. I find that that works pretty well as your kid gets older something. I've been doing With my kids is having them teach each other. I'll be a good teacher and teach them not to hit by using your words and I find that it does take a while but little by little you know the first time. They're going to raise their hand and they're gonNA hit their sibling the second time. They're not the second time but like after a while they're going to raise their hand and they're gonNa like sort of think about it has it. Then they're gonNa hit the their sibling and then little by little. They start to raise their hands. They think about it and then they dropped their hand and they're capable of using the words but the more that you can teach your child to use their words. They can use that as their tool rather than their body. The I love on an earlier. Pike as you talked about. How with Leo you you talk to him about teaching Romeo how to be nice teaching him how to be kind and then it actually was as much a learning lesson for for your three year. Old Is it was for your baby and you saw him really internalizing the lesson. Even more so as he was tasked with teaching it to his younger siblings has they like Little Kids. They love to have jobs and do and so it's like your free rein should teach them how to do this because he's a baby on Europe big boy and you get out. That's what I see with my kids do they. They definitely the more that they feel that. Distinction between big kids do acts and little kids have to learn how to do acts they definitely WanNa fall on the side of Bacon and then when they mess up just be
Nikita Dragun Doubles Down on Victorias Secret & Talks Rapper Admirer
"Don't know if you remember this whole beef between Dragon. And Victoria's secret when Victoria secret's CMO said. There is no room for transgender model along those lines because transgender. They're trying to sell a fantasy first of all honey. You haven't been online dating kind of you would know that. Trans is and has always been a fantasy. This woman was not fighting for anything of inclusion and I was so proud to have her here. Please welcome someone who has changed the lingerie game. Forever Nikita Dragon. Who are you MAKINA legal real name? Okay first and foremost let me start off by saying you have the clapback of the year. That's why you're here. Yeah but when I dug deeper into your story. It's actually very interesting. So before we get to the clapback of them century. I want to start off with you. You are from Mexican in Viet Bac Mexican via background which to me seems to the most traditional backgrounds ever solid in their ways. Let me to say so. How did you live in? Come out as a trans person to two of the craziest backgrounds. I was very fortunate. I came in a very Big Entitlement family and I think ultimately my parents just wanted to see me really happy and for a while I was really content. Just being a boy I was a gateway for eighteen years of my life. Unfortunately I'm like oh no one those those I was I was really content. I came up pretty early on and I was just okay for a really long time and I had everything set up for me I had. I was living in Virginia at the time. That's where I grew up in a military family as well also not only multicultural but my parents are both from military backgrounds of both the military still to this day And it was really weird. It was really really weird. There was no gay person in my family. You know how to to talk about an uncle. Who are Ya maybe did marry a girl and maybe have some kids that you know. We don't know on the love but in my family absolutely no percent. Maho bloodline in the Dragon. Blood Line of being queer anything and I was openly gay and I was cool with that but then I just felt this weird moment. I wanted something even more. You know that point when you're just like I'm okay S. Know for sure because there was a point. Obviously I'm a black gay man from South Louisiana so coming out as gay was tough and I didn't know what gay meant so I always thought alike. Boys I must WANNA be girl. At what age did you connect that? This isn't just about being gay. This is something deeper like five. Stacks no I swear on every way everything how because how early what are you in preschool. All your five five kindergarten spiders old. I remember experience like yesterday. I fully believed when I was born that I was a woman. Swear to swan everything I just. Didn't you know obviously when you're young? You're not thinking anything. Truly just thought it was woman my parents let me play with barbies. My parents let me be really feminine. you know. Every time we used to play little video games. Brothers are cry unless I was a girl character. I truly thought I was a woman and it wasn't until I was in preschool. I would dress up with the other girls and I would play dress up. I promise dresses Preschool teacher was really cool shelter her. Yes yes login preschool on a military base you're gonna May Melanie Hainkel But it's crazy because one of the days another teacher team in from a different class and she saw me playing dress up and she was like. What are you doing like yelling at me freaking out on the teacher? This is disgusting. You're you're letting him do this. We need to call his parents. Like going really. It was really traumatic for sure. I think it was just such a crazy moment. I mean your whole world up to that point is just like finding games. You remember that I remember that. So that was the absolute first moment when I was there something different about me and I need to hide it. Who was the first person you told? Was that conversation like that. You are trans because for me. Sam Telling someone that I was gay was a liberating so for you telling someone who you truly were must have been terrifying but liberating who was the first person to trust it. I I had a really weird moment because for me the first time I ever even said it allowed was online up until that point. I was in biggest denial phase. I was like no. I'm just a super hyper feminine gay man and I was like okay with that but when I moved out here too late three years ago and started to Mike Transference and starting to the first person I've ever met with Trans but it was here And just really getting involved in that world. I just cut being so I just didn't want to accept that. Denial Phase I came out to my two best friends in. You came out to one point. Eight million people. Yes what. How does what started Nicole Journey? I turn on the camera and I was looking at the camera. I said I am transgender and I just thought well if I put out online I'm GONNA have to face. It was the first time it ever even spoken out loud. Never even said it in the mirror never even like thought of it. I just was like if I just put it out online. I'm just GONNA have to deal with it and then all of a sudden Viral and I have my aunts uncles calling me my parents or calling me the next. Stay with your mother found out he am from Youtube. Was that by design or did you just feel like if you were honest with a billion people that it would be easier that way than doing one on one. I think I did think it would be easier. I I was just so scared about what everyone would think. I'm that type of person round like I just have to jump into it and that's what I did. I literally just took the believes imbalanced jumped the rage and I mean I never thought it would become viral. I never thought people would yet all of a sudden it just blew up overnight and I was like. Oh my God now. Everyone knows about crazy movie moment for me. It's so funny because I've lived here for eight years in it takes bitches lifetimes to become snatched in you snatched it up in three mother Mir's hot. Did that transition happen. Like what was the process much money? 'cause you look expensive expensive all the time a walking investment for shore for me. I just am very goal oriented. I'm like if I see something that I want. If there's something that I wanNa do do it and I was just super determined. I mean a lot of people really were on me for transitioning as fast as they did. It took me about a year to fully transition. I just hit the ground running. I started taking hormones. And then I was like booking my appointment doing this. I've never had a sugar daddy. I've never had someone hate for anything of Mine My parents. I don't come from money background. I did everything on my own. I was going to college at the same time so it was a broke college kids or as paying my way through school on top of all that and I was also doing youtube and everything and I was living in a two bedroom apartment with four roommates and I just was so determined did didn't matter how I did it. Or how hostile? But I really wanted to do it. Differently. I came here meeting the Most Beautiful Trans Women and it release added me that so many trends girls were so beautiful wearing Lubaton out with you know all sorts of guys and being treated. Scotus says they would have to resort to sex work in order to get the money to pay for procedures and although I do not judge anyone I wasn't for it wasn't for me and I I never wanted a man or anyone to say. Oh I paid for that. Were paid for her. So I do some nasty Bahrain with. I'll do some nasty for fear town. I've definitely had some crazy offers in my day of being here and the craziest why not of course the how every ethnic everything starts out. Hunting happens in everything. Nine zero zero six nine it happens. It happens on Santa Monica Boulevard. I was on. We hope I met a guy fast forward. I was in class project on Dubai. Igored out but he was a prince and you know of a certain area and I was talking to this whole time. But he never told me that he was a frenzy which is always asked me to come to Dubai. Always asking I wanna see you got I wanna see you guys offered me a cute little penny two hundred fifteen thousand to come for a week and then it got twisted because his brother also wanted to get involved in offered me seeing them out and out. I denied it by the way turned down. Half a million
"mir" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Between leach mir station in Cambridge in north station at the garden is one point six miles a trick Green Line passengers will soon need to make by bus I mean I don't mind I just mind all the people that's going to be in it they could you know control that the not the parliament regret it but I think it's what needs to be done after a leech beer at ninety eight years young is getting a bit long in the tooth it's a bit old it's a bit run down but looking forward to the new one which is already under construction across the street across the very busy o'brien highway which commuters will now need to cross they have a right to be concerned about that we'll see who when it stops working folk should find out in April or may of next year when the complete closure relocation a replacement of this Green Line fixture is scheduled to be finalized Chris Palmer WBZ Boston news radio four thirty three it's traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three thousand afternoon commute Michael it's a busy one that's for sure van the expressway south bound just crawling out of the o'neill tunnel down the south bank and they granted after the Braintree splayed northbound is quite the opposite it's good all the way in route three south ism stopping your coming off the expressway and delays to that Rocklin nor will stretch of the crash down after route two twenty eight over one twenty eight is an offering insurance copter well what we're looking for is progress zero one twenty eight south bound there have been a pilot that one a lot of data it's gonna move but the backup is still here you're back to reach nine now this is not jammed solid anymore it is starting to sort itself out but it's not wonderful either a lot of slow down speed up slow down down past the street west what has to offer insurance copter house where the mass turnpike westbound slow going I'll pass Newton corner otherwise you're okay out to four ninety five delays at one twenty eight north start shortly after three and continue up to ninety three southbound delays in Waltham ninety three slow over the upper deck of through Medford some more stopping to a past commerce way in a quick look down down the lower decks okay the airport titles are fine the Tobin bridge outbound is backed onto its loop ramp miking WBZ's traffic on the three partly cloudy skies as we head through the evening tonight will about twenty nine down time little bit cooler in the inland suburbs sunshine few clouds passing by tomorrow high.
"mir" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"And if we're gonna love that criticism to the promotion. That they need to put more time into that. That's going to be key to their success. Georgia's right. It would it would be why you know, I think that that the extra allotment of time would allow us because us as media and fans also have to reciprocate that if we expect to get invested or expect other people to get invested, but real quick, I remember my second point guys. And it wasn't that kind of already touched was was parody, which I explained, but the other was a middleman, which I kind of already touched with things like does on 'cause one another big talking point right now with the direction we're talking about as far as what direction are sport is moving in is moving away from pay per view and more toward streaming services. What could that mean does that mean, we're not as we're not going to be that that big even though we're going networks at ESPN or we're not going to be that big sports fixture. That's on all the mainstream networks at Dana white was and UFC was boasting, and this is kind of a talking point right now. And I think that the silver lining that if we are moving to streaming services, if these translate design and fight pass, our real I think we need more of those to be the middleman for the for. You know, things George we're talking about like okay at best. We're still going to get what like a main combing event that maybe I wanna see at one. But I don't wanna have to stay up for. That's when it would be useful to have, you know, your fight Q. You have it waiting for their in the next morning like these specials, you know, they're kind of just sitting there in the dock, and if design did that and could take these markets that we don't access and kind of kind of, you know, be that middleman, I think that'd be great also middleman as far as trade's goes organizations need to allow for business for both ends, you know, to to be able to trade. Nice one offs champion, verse champions. That's just my thing middlemen in parity. All right, guys. We gotta get ready for Frank MIR. So let's take this break may junkie radio fight nation challenge as three stay close. We'll be right back..
"mir" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"That's a nightmare. They would cut in goals a lot earlier at bet if that were the case. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Dan is go is sight loss related to what you say Parkinson's concussion. It could it could. But now. Yeah. You know? It's funny. I I guess that's like I don't know if it's common knowledge have been around for a while. But I was watching that show peaky blinders, and it takes place in the early nineteen hundreds or something or something like that. Yeah. Early nineteen hundreds. Yeah. Like right after World War Two and one of the guys get concussion, and he has to like work glasses vision kind of like not the same anymore, and he's younger character. Played by Killian. Murphy. So I guess it's not uncommon three episodes. It's good. Yeah. You gotta get into it though. I can't remember if it starts lower not. But I remember I one of the few the few things that I committed to. All right. Well, quick up. They guys so far. No luck with Jason night. He was very very. Welcoming to rescheduling him because he was supposed to do the show with Ricardo lamas yesterday. So after we. After we decided to cancel the show. Those were the first two guys I called and said, hey, no problem. You you just let us know. So I was able to re book Jason, I guess Ricardo's Thursday schedules different from his Wednesday schedule so Ricardo be on tomorrow show. But ma'am, maybe we're just snake bit a little bit. It has been a good week in terms of reschedules and the cancellation, but hey, we'll just keep trudging along. I already let him know what the caller number is. And hopefully, he can call in before Frank MIR. Who is scheduled to come in about twenty minutes or excuse me, twenty minutes or so if he doesn't end phone I may drive down there to syndicate and say not. Either that or we could do that that that Jimmy Kimmel thing like he Frank MIR could become our Matt naming. We'd had enough timeframe Frank me on the show. We'll get him on next time it ever showed just tear see the sun with Sarah Silverman. And when they did that now nine so that. Yeah. I did see that goes. All right. I guess here's some news. I wanna give some love to these organizations. Patty pimlott. He gets Donald does may at cage words, one hundred very I want to congratulate cage worse for getting to one hundred shows they were broadcast partners of us for many years. And that's in fact, when we started interviewing Conor McGregor was before he came to the and he was a multi division multi class champion. Their cage words, so we had him on a few times back before he was even. You know, the the superstar that he is now also Brandon VERA after almost two years, we'll finally defend his one championship heavyweight title versus Morrow surreally. Now what I want to ask you guys. And again, I don't mean to pick on these organizations but back in the day, we we would get pumped up about some of the cage words bookings. And the reason was because we were we were covering them. And I guess there maybe wasn't as much other EMMY tug anatomy, and therefore we could pay attention. It was on our website. And then Brandon VERA was the light heavyweight for the that we covered for many years, we enjoyed it. When he got, you know. Booked against another fighter. Now, he's moved over to one is become their heavyweight champion defendant in two years. But with these announcements how does that what's that duty your palate? Like is that something like, oh, Mark it on my counter I wanted to in in or we all slowly not becoming MMA snobs, but only just being consumed. I guess by whether it be North America based mixed martial arts or were just UFC fans. How do you feel about that individual matchups you get excited for? But I mean, if you're gonna if you're gonna take the time to watch Brandon verify, you're probably going to take the time to watch the whole card, and that now you're asking for as where like, boxing, I can tune in and watch that fight gonna cost me maybe forty five minutes at the most. If I'm tuning in front of Carter could cost me up to seven hours just sitting there the whole day..
"mir" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Host, gorgeous doored and goes what's up junky nation time for another episode of m e junkie radio I'm in Costa Mesa. The guys are in Vegas. What are the guys is a New York, and we're all back together. Again, the band night in one spot, but the the show thanks for putting up with us yesterday. We had to do a last minute cancellation, but got a lot of positive feedback. Hey, guys, do what you gotta do. We'll be waiting for you on a Thursday and Friday, and here we are. So Danny everything. Okay. With you guys out New York. As far as I can tell everything's been. Okay. It was real weird yesterday. And yeah, I'm just glad I didn't have to deal with much of it. Yes. Extensive Pat down, right? Hey. Goes out a little bit. I should have. But hopefully, everything was all right. I know I spoke to Mersa and we. It seemed like everything was under control. But we at least I should have reached out to you. And hopefully, you are okay, Danny because when I saw, you know, how it involved different buildings, and it was kind of like a citywide scared. I thought damn that sucks. Maybe I should have even reached out to my my cousins out there too. Shame on you. Did you see? See that that is still going on their new buildings today. Right. I think so. Yeah, did too that. I only made one stop on my way in from Vegas. And I was just scanning the news, and I noticed that more suspicious packages. Different parts of the city. Terrible, ma'am. Terrible. Anyway. All right. So here we are on a Thursday. And we moved a couple of guests over from yesterday show Tuesday show. Hell I think MIR's been scheduled on every show this week. We'll finally get them today show Frank MIR who's fighting havi yellow in December in Hawaii. And we'll also be talking to Jason night. He's got to fight coming up as well. Those will be our two guests, and I believe that's it. Everything else will just get rerouted to to Friday show, which is tomorrow, we will have a show. So anyway, again, thanks to the K CI studios. Want to one point five, right? Yeah. Here in Costa Mesa. Classic rock. Check them out. And. Yeah. So guys, you know, I one thing that I have to just come clean on. And I want to know if you guys felt the same. Did you did anybody get into tough? I gave it to three episodes. And I saw it yesterday, and my, but my my thumbs is did not click the button like I fell off three episodes with World Series. And and you know, or maybe it was even a rerun because I thought they were going to be gone for a couple of weeks. I just haven't been able to keep up. How about you guys? He invested in this season. I started off every episode, and then I had my month of of craziness, but then they went on hiatus for a little bit. But I did catch last night's episode. And it's finally probably what you would like, George. A lot of drama, and then I wanna give it away. If you haven't seen it. But there's a lot of drama a lot of heat between the fighters in the house, and the starts to get pretty crazy. But then it levels out. And it's just not there the way other seasons. Have for me. I'm not hating it. It's just before the second. It would come on at two. Okay. I got to sit down on watch it live. I don't do that. Now. I watch a little later in the night. Okay. You watch them. No. I haven't I've tuned into doing. It's not just not doing it for me, man. I promise promising young fighters, you know, and and. They don't have to be like twenty one or twenty two. I know that some that start later in their career. But I just wanted to see that the UC has a couple of gems on their hands. And I can't really say that I saw too much of that in the first couple of seasons..
"mir" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Secret agent for a lot of mir putin would he speak publicly and say positive things about putin the way that he does or wouldn't he try to hide it now what do it the way he's doing it well doesn't doesn't if if he really was guilty of working for putin he would he would be open about speaking about his admiration for putin do you have to have to do that unlike or in order to keep the west in order to keep all of our allies knowing that he's propping them ac spring bringing them kind of downward and he's bringing way why why does it help him hold on hold on why does it help in to have the allies not cooperator to fear him well he he believes that we're strong enough we could feel with that they're not gonna leave us okay again again you're you're do you understand that you're talking in profoundly illogical terms in other words that trump deliberately because and what's his his core motivation is as core motivation that he's secretly dedicated to russia or is it blackmail or what do you think he owes them for a while probably black males in there probably there's some kind of financial issue taxes okay don't all of this all of this all of this is going to come out with the mahler investigation of any of it is true i sincerely doubt that it is and again it's it's part of why i do hope for the sake of the country not for the sake of the administration for the sake of the country i hope this investigation wraps up quickly and we can move on because there are more important issues and in the world right now then the suspicions of a secret trump putin cabal a we will be right back on the medved show.
"mir" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Section of pch it's quite nice as well lovely and if you go east of bay though like past must've house like near concord there's a lot of like swoopy second third year kind of stuff through the fields and then go north to mir woods or a short what was that point rae rae rae is for all stars yeah so north of physically it's really twisty and fund as very good so that's that's east south and north that covers every direction of driving roads in the bay area say send super chat since ban is back in the studio thank you jordan i appreciate that bam any funny car stories that you've had on the road since you've been on the show last what's up jordan i'll say this maybe not a funny car but i do have a quick story that happened in a car that counts you're okay so where i live here museum backing right and i wasn't a suburbs and there's a big difference in the road rage between the suburbs and the hood in suburbs when you get row rates people don't really hang around because both people got something to do they got shit to do so might look at you i'm coming down the street guys in the right lane right turn only lane i didn't see he needed to get over so he forces his way back over stores blowing his horn at me and when he blew his horn at me in front or behind now behind okay so i didn't see him trying to get over so you now behind me so and i'm heading to the symphony and bam that's not right but anyway the guy who's doing rich white shit now bam fuck you you're going to.
"mir" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"In and out thought the whole time which i would not do that's not true when i put the suit on i call the fight at your night i don't do that but i also don't like when somebody goes behind my back to my boss which is what i think happened and i can't prove it but i'm pretty sure i'm right now i wasn't gonna lose any sleep over stab in the winter this bat fight right in his back now i will be losing even less sleep guys if you're looking for a car let me give you some tips putting the floor mat under your tires in the winter can help you get the car out of the snow removing excess weight from your car will improve your gas mileage keeping a dixie cup full of water in your car to put your cigarettes in is better than throwing them out the window well let me give you one more tip you might not know truecar also helps people to buy used cars that's right truecar isn't just for oh buying brand new with the certified dealer network and nationwide inventory of nearly one million used cars you will enjoy real pricing on actual inventory and a simpler buying experience whether you buy new or used and with truecar users can see what others paid so they know if they're getting a good deal before buying they're also more likely to enjoy a faster buying experience by connecting with a truecar certified dealer so when you're ready to buy new or used check out truecar and enjoy a more confident car buying experience some features not available in all states guys in joy the quarter finals of the grand prix they are tomorrow fater versus mir paramount network tune in next week.
"mir" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Use my name when you're signing up you'll know what that means when you get to the website there's a little option there you'll save twenty percent but what i ask you to do is it going social media and just tell me your story tell me where you're at let's support each other through this whole thing twenty percent off go to dp yoga dot com slash chill if that makes it easier for you and guys check this out diamond dallas page himself is going to be at the motor city comic con in novi michigan he'll be appearing all three days friday through sunday that's may eighteenth nineteenth and twentieth head on down get an autograph take a picture meet and interact with dp at the motor city comic con you can get all the details on ticket info at motor city comic con dot com i am up to eighteen minutes on my yoga i've actually been between sixteen and eighteen minutes for about two weeks now but i started eleven minutes i started slow you should do the same all right guys let's get into it it is almost fight time mir versus fade or i was with mir last night he looks big and strong they are going to get on the scales here for the official way in a matter of minutes wait won't be an issue fate or usually comes in about two thirty nine very consistently sometimes as low as two thirty six i suspect he'll do that again mir said he weighed two sixty wait was not an issue i believed him he i looked i think he's about to sixty sometimes those heavier guys you know they can float four to five pounds but i think he's gonna come in right about to sixty that's what he said he was guessing i think it's true i like the fight mir look good i'll tell you i only think i think failure has one way to win which is knockout fatal could not guy.
"mir" Discussed on What's Good Games
"Yeah love reason it's getting all the praises that it is do you think final question that it will be able to be read dead and game of the year race i think it might have a stronger narrative because i i was just so impressed with how they've taken that character that was so one note so driven by one thing and kind of flush them out in matured him and made it more about a family unit yeah we're talking about a little bit on the happy arc uni last night got a war it's not open world obviously but you can do exploration but everything in game felt meaningful impactful anywhere you would go you'd have conversations with the trae us in mir a head that would provide some sort of who provide insight into the story so everything filled narrative driven it was fantastic i think red dead production is going to be phenomenal game as well however you know you do like you're saying lose some of that narrative i think when you have such a large game is gonna feel as impactful obviously the first red dead redemption had a very impactful story i thought yeah especially very good job at the but they also kind of locked you like they drove you through the open world and a certain way with red dead redemption also yeah true another we've got to where people have such an emotional attachment with him already with crato in going into this and having such an emotional experience if god of this war wargame just came out of nowhere you'll be like okay why should i care you know but with red dead you're gonna have so many different i don't know there's pros and cons because there's such different gain well we also have no nothing nothing really about read that yet bray you know nothing.
"mir" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is brought to you by saint louis composting six three six eight six one three three four four it was really a spectacular sunrise followed by a beautiful earth day early morning i headed north to alaska whoa i didn't think i was gonna make it in time well maybe we didn't go quite to alaska and went to floor in the corner of limburg in new halls ferry that's where the flower valley shopping center is and that's where you can drop off donations for mir's goodwill and so that was the two guys i was just talking to previously they're here to take the stuff out of your car so you don't have to worry about doing anything else in this shop and save is hosting it earth day celebration at twelve different stores and then also there's going to be a collection point at the saint charles family arena so if you've got stuff you want to get rid of clothing and all that other stuff pleased though don't bring any tv's they don't want tv's tv seemed to be problematic but the boy scouts in mir's good goodwill are putting this whole thing together as i pulled into the parking lot here the islands throughout the parking lot we're freshly most some planning with boxwood somewhat deciduous trees most of them seem to be maples already flowered and already the seats have been set and the leaf buds are starting to open up to there is some blue route junipers and some boulder accents and some neatly pruned burning bushes as well towering light posts way above the parking lot for later on today and from all sorts of directions you could just kind of activities really starting to build up here in this this shopping center and we're right next to the goodwill collection trailer which is at the bottom of the grassy slope parallel to limburg and it's near the shop and save sign with all the other destinations as well in the shopping center and it's highlighted by three vibrant golden or green arbor variety it's another perfect day to think about yourself and mother earth this is murtha mirth day no earth day so if you do have any questions concerns or comments three one four four three six seven.
"mir" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Thank you now hitting back nice children normal i'm coming back the flow different then the canister bunny wacky flipping by plane came check it it's time to switch it on on day switched on switching on wink when switching on switching switching on yeah switched on t turner trouble when it on scene bitch switch it on mental ending made and but don't choose full seen i've been bruce spur using to that i don't either tree wave little birdie meal any from here need from from year any the secret try hi nita from mir eight for from here from from drowning tiny from year riding from angels and spade gills team and down catching sells like.
"mir" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"From the way that i that i that i talked to the rebel job the way you can always tell the difference because you're right they do sometimes look the same especially bringing outside is if you ask a person to do something is their response why should i why should i as questioner or is there response you you're not the boss of me that is rebel because rebels are like you can't control me i'm not gonna follow doctor's orders i'm i'm the one who's who's making choices and making decisions and deciding what to do so so they can look alike but they are actually quite quite distinct but of course they overlap they both resist out expectations until in that would there's a deep affinity among questioners and and rebels it seems like maybe in order to figure out why we think we fall into one bucket more than others the reasons for our behavior count here right so it's not just well they're not doing it so they must be a rebel it's well actually the reason they're not doing it because you're you said you're not the boss of mir's yeah i'm using your out doing it because it wasn't explained so therefore it it probably has no value because half the stuff i get assigned in his stupid school is worthless that i'm never gonna use it at cetera right yes have to know why people are like how do they think what are they thinking because from the outside it's can be it's easy not to be able to tell what someone is you have to understand their thinking so let's run through the archetype starting with upholder because this is one that i didn't even know existed i mean these first of all i guess i didn't know many of these existed i always had an idea that rebel in questioner we're and they're not surprisingly because i obviously a questioner in rebels probably like you said one of the most conspicuous but of holder and obliged your they definitely make sense when you talk about him and i would love to give people the sort of vocabulary of these archetypes so that they can start observing them in others and themselves.
"mir" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Not a um this moment in our did you did you have burns even as they were not all that serious mir went after he had some of our didn't take a while to find the dogs where were i knew they were in the kitchen on skirt that's where they were capped and they just went to the corner where you know farthest the could get away from the flames family feel about you running back into a burning building like this especially it was so far into the fill he talk about this afterward um i i don't know why i decided to run back into gets it starts because honestly i wasn't in a big fan of this all right probably uh they never mind they i you know so uh they were not happy with him i wouldn't suggest the anybody ever to run into a burning house to get your animals right i i do not suggest that even though i get it it's not just the people gotcha well i brian thank you story now what was it that first caller is saying about how stupid this was because nobody would ever ever do this and we shouldn't even talk about it because nobody would ever do it okay there you go hey brian thanks are gone michael and somerville you're on new jersey one to one point five hey michael hello hey so what what about you we do you think you would ever do this a few years ago actually golden and don't know if you remember the upper house got blown off ramp out from under brick and meanwhile on the first floor and got 100 out the force more than mugraby thomas fourmonthsold iran of students to get her and to.
"mir" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Mir went away and i saw nothing but that as on nothing but that teenage girl that he was plan primary care even with us for his you know people who watch him do this movie he is that girl throughout the whole film so it might get on some people's nerves but he cracking me up later he wasn't even overly exaggerated he here he he was very nuanced in the performance he you know she had levels and even her character has a as a as an arc in one of the greatest things that there's a reason for him to act this way like a lot of the times we see jiang waggin movies you just doing like weird voices like that and is no reason for but this time the he's a girl in in the in his body yeah like he actually made me think he might be in the dude it wasn't a whole you probably what want are to popped up but he was all up on him the jack black is he he's one of the highlights of the film should not be everybody but me he was and even care of your heart man argument heart was the least of planned the character but michelle pull back on his kevin hardness kevin heart was cable heart kevin heart is making a joke out of his high but you know he's made desk from the biggest checks that he gives just make upon his high but he did not do it as much as he usually right he cracked that joke maybe two or three times that house out of that it was i i these are my weaknesses like i'm never problems with this is where i cool and he's playing a character who normally is a big dude yes so it makes more sense here as opposed his other movies where he crowbar yet here maybe all these people's movies need to have like teenagers is there.
"mir" Discussed on The Read
"Clothing and if he was the type like mariah who frequently did things like that i would just try to avert my eyes move the luggage as quickly as possible and go back down to my room because you especially if you're not like trying to be inappropriate with me then it's just like you're the boss this is what you have on and i'm probably gonna be more offended that you really called me up her to move your bag thorough did you have an iphone you know se throughout the but all right that one i immediately from a call my best friend are honoured how modern rely you believe the saw section such as balls but that's only because eyes on my concern are off of mir's vine to try to play in the rose anping song and i never got to piggyback on that's what that is so early rioting give them they money then they just need to sue for they money eggs adelaida who theater i mumias doctrine say all whale this woman didn't want to have white people around casino trust them are super loud blackley white people and she said that i look like a skinhead i mean look at him okay so you can i do look like a skinhead but you deserve a working environment where you do not feel harassed in that way so i will saddle know you're is wrong for mariah cadiz people kkk his game he had not because if you really felt that way about the don't hire room like best man okay fine get your money but don't try to tournament to send in his knob because you see us making the wave in the news which is what this sounds like so well i really only pulled this up because i wanted to hear you answer because i don't know very risky okay i'm excited um so balls on on obuasi lee angelo balls all the ball family that balls.
"mir" Discussed on Countdown
"All of that was much on sibley evs mind on the evening of june 24th as the threeman sat at the small table in the main module eating a rare style beef stew dinner a pleasant break for fold from the warm borscht and jellied perched that was so often on the menu outside somewhere far away in the dark the progress vehicle was already parked in orbit waiting for the commander to bring it in sibley have picked at his food and turned worried lead to lose it gin this is a bad business sasha he said using the russian diminutive for alexander he did not have to qualify with that bad business was it's all right as he only lose it can answered the engineers need this and you can do it sibley of nodded his head in a slow no it's bad he said it's a dangerous thing to do the next morning whatever dark spirits had taken hold of simply have had apparently vanished even before fold opened his eyes he could hear a tape of russian romance music plain from the direction of sibley of sleep station the commander always played romance music when he was in a good mood lulu when sibley have floated into the main module full could see that he had even dressed for the role of a man and command instead of his usual rumpled jumpsuit he had put on the stiffer scratchy year one he would use for pictures were for welcomed days when a new crew arrived.
"mir" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"Right so there was a lot of other with there was work particularly in the mid nineties using of sort of the earliest generation of bone density matry equipment on nasa mir crews and on mir cosmonauts but really the uh space station was justice great new platform that was coming in and i believe on not totally sure but i believe that our experiment was the first human subjects experiment to be approved for space station because you know as we went through they just the the multiple layers of nasse nasa approval procedures uh i think that you know the the various administrators were kind of telling us that we were guinea pigs for new processes at cetera so i think we were the first that's really cool the of any sense on on how things have changed in that regard since his it did you find that it was very hard to get through back in the day or was in a lot easier because there wasn't so much history built up you know i think it was a a little of both you know it's when you've got new capabilities in newark wittman and new players you know you have to try out new procedures for example the are experiment all involved russian crews crewmembers as well as american crew members in while some of that had been worked out in the mirror studies you know there were various of you know obstacles that had to be overcome to include the russian crews you know on the other hand there wasn't a huge traffic of experiments going on at the space station at that time and you know was a high priority to to get things going so we had a lot of us support from nasa to help us work through all of these different issues.