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"marce" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:58 min | 6 months ago

"marce" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ahead and you know, take the plunge is all I can say 1 809 37 88 50 Pledge online at kqed dot orc slash donate you news of the world that is very heavy. Believe me, I listened to a lot of it and I get it. So what can you do? What can we do? We can be part of the solution by being a member of KQED Public radio. Indeed, and our friends Gerry and Sandra Drat Lor are going above and beyond, as members that are concerned citizens and people who love quality journalism by putting $2000 on the line this hour if you get on board in the next couple of minutes, all the way up, frankly, to the top of the hour. You will have your gift. Be a $5.10 dollars $20.1 time gift of $100. It will be doubled. That's a great return on your money, But it's not gonna happen until you make that gift of support. So please give us a call 1 809 378850. Or go to the website KQED dot org's slash donate and thank you, Greg. And we'll check in with you again later. Right now we're gonna go to traffic. It's Joe McConnell. Among the traffic jams. Southie ditty Before 9 80 down towards Oak Street. It's slam because of a two or three different crashes have been reported over the last 40 minutes or so. Caltrain number two of five is delayed 21 minutes at the Hayward Park Caltrain station because of mechanical problems. 12 westbound Jamison Canyon Road, Mid Canyon Report of a crash their new details where we can see it's backing up to red Top. Joe McConnell for KQED. Thank you, Joe. It's time now. For perspective. That's part of our daily listener. COMMENTARY. SYRIZA's too Marce Erna breaks the mold of everything you think of when you imagine a corporate accountant and maybe that's a good thing. Here's her perspective. I grew up listening to the cramps, skinny puppy butthole surfers and drinking their outside Rocky Horror Picture show on University Avenue, Paolo Alto. I did drugs was arrested and ended up homeless. Thankfully, all that is long behind me. But being a punk rocker with a shady past is still part of who I am through hard work and wild twists of fate and now lead the worldwide accounting function for foreign currency software company. When I was a little girl and never dreamed of booking journal entries. I'm working with auditors. It seemed and synthetic Aeltus my life. Many imagine a corporate accountant as a man in a business suit a woman in a pencil skirt with a blazer. Even here in Silicon Valley with its casual stereotypes. If you don't get the corporate mold, there's a good chance you are not taken seriously. In my case, it is resulted in job rejections, missed opportunities and sometimes contempt. I may have visible tattoos. I am a bad ass accountant with a personal history that taught me the value of hard work investing in myself and others humility, thinking outside the box and being tenacious as hell. My untraditional experiences has added perspective in value to corporate environment that shouldn't be overlooked. Unfortunate, But I'm at a point in my career that I could be authentic about these experiences, but I know many others aren't Alcohol, drugs and homelessness often and unfairly defined someone rather than being a small part of what's being offered. It takes guts and ownership for anyone with such a past to apply for a position, and it demonstrates the growth mindset that managers often look for I believe and savory experiences build character that most colleges can't offer and these experiences can be refrained to include the value they bring. Potential is about the future, not past history or alternative looks. Not everyone fits the mold that maybe it's time the corporate mold was broken. With Doc Martens, safety pins and a perspective I'm tame arse. Erna Tamer CERN A is a mosh, pitting corporate accountant born and raised in the South Bay. You can share your thoughts on her commentary online at kqed dot org's slash perspectives. And that's also where you can find out how to submit one of your own support for perspectives.

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"marce" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"marce" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Back Jack you're talking about upcoming missions to the moon Some of the manned mission some of some of the technology that you're sending up there there is a gateway bridges like the space station but attested propulsion its zone. Sorta are based entity source. And it's more dealer things could be attached to it. That may be subject is imploding. Creating that a launchpad so to speak to go to mars perhaps habitats that a large announced a mining for water mighty for hydrogen and other things and so he the program is called autonomous. So could be portal light program and underneath optimists. There are various things being planned right. So what are the The primary objectives all of those radius approved betas projects. I should say under under optimus. Yeah we'll go. let me let me start off by just looking at the difference with The apollo program because the apollo program ended fairly abruptly once the political goals were reached and it was never Really a sustainable program so Nasa and i think all of the governmental space agencies are looking for is for arsonist to be the beginning of a sustained presence on the moon and in space and using the moon as a stepping stone for human and robotic exploration of the solar system including getting the mars so the philosophy of artists is really quite different. So you're there the stay So you need to figure out how to live off the land. So that does mean as you're saying mining's water being able to grow crops being able to manufacture Equipments the habitats themselves from the From the of the regular or the soil material so using the the kind of advanced manufacturing capability three d. printing Electrolysis so that's a really different approach. And it means that what will be worked on is not just get there but a flag in the ground rather in full of soil and return on instead it means You know how do you figure out how to be there for the long haul so that means than learning how to to excavate how to build How to really maintain a life in a in a certain sense of independence. Part of the reason you want to do all that is because that's exactly what's going to be necessary for marce because mars is so far away That right away in the first human mission. They're gonna have to do all of those things so let's figure it out on the moon. I where we're still only three to five days away. Delino know. I guess we should know by now. Is the one reasonably mineral-rich just like the old. Yeah it is. It's in. It's in a different location But the the The soil the regular. If you will they don't have the same kind of iron And nicole Deposits all of the These these materials of magnesium lumina m- are in the soil and so you have to do some processing to extract that but the techniques are well in hand to be able to do that So everything from paving roads to building habitats are Are possible and must be made doable. Because that's what we're going to have to do on on mars as well. Yes so that is that is clearly philosophically really really different things..

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"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Short spiel ten minute essay when two minutes don't have the time today. Just something for the audience so that they can be like. You know when they end episode. They go on that run. They you to do that. Cooking Channel Eight. You know just get their little lateral fire on the rest. Okay, so I wanted to. Provide a quote which goes. Go, confidently in the direction of your dreams live the life. You've imagine and the reason why I chose. This quote is because I want all of our followers to just do a makes you happy. Don't be scared. Don't let fear uncertainty Dowell. Whatever negative emotions that you have. Take them out. Don't let them Interfere in your journey to succeed, says do what you want and I think all three of us me Rawson and Hector I think we are an example of that that no matter we don't give a fuck. Fuck what people think we are here exposing ourselves and we're falling dreams, so you guys should do that, too. Yeah, and then for me just real quick like you know as we're all I. Am I hope that we're all Laker, fans and coby fans definitely, but one of the things that just really kind of gets me going or My husband usually tells me like. Let's see if I'm feeling down or I just feel like I. Don't want to do this, but I have to insect Always have the Mamba Talapity. And seriously like that just pushes you because you know you see Colby. Everything that he's done. You know and the type of of work at Hyde and everything the first one practicing the last one there at the game, so it's just like I think that Mama mentality is everything, so we should always enforced that everyday. Yes, beautiful once again. Rossland Marson, thank you for joining me. Thanks for coming on here. You find them at Amigas. He let the US. Thank you for listening. I'll try to do better next time. Remember! No one loves you loves you. CENEX term I. We'll see you on our podcast. Pay For sure down all right well by everyone. Thanks for having us by birth birthday years..

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"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Said I heard life. That's it would just laugh okay. And so. Like my close friends like dude. You're doing it. Do nothing I'm doing absolute. I'm doing the same thing year ago. Except that like confidently I've always been confident, but I'm putting it out like guys. Check out this episode. It's fucking Bagger I. Don't just I feel like every episode banner, but not because old I'm on here and you one trip like. I bring people of substance with you guys already on to that I follow is good. Band is GonNa be nice to get me evanger. You're like come. Listen to my shit like the Food I. Don't just like Oh. Look I I made it. Look at the reviews they so, but just kind of like. The whole putting into the university? Nobody knows how to do this nobody. Can they do. They do today actually. I kind of forced you to say. No and it goes back to believe that you can, and it will happen so guys. What is the June eight twenty twenty? I don't know how long it's GonNa take for me to shoot with Mike but I know what's going to happen and it's crazy because you know like with my youtube channel. I I've been different types. I've done a cooking video I've done. Make an outfit video. I've done a video about like my health journey and about being Akito in Stub just kind of to see put whatever content I want out there of my experiences and see how the audience reacts. You know so based on like abuse and everything. I realized that people really enjoy me. Try Clothes on, and you know giving my my. Feedback on how much the prize is a word. The the quality fits all of that so. I'm like okay. I kind of find I found my needs you with when it comes to my youtube channel, which is like L. Fits and stuff, but I was thinking I want to 'cause. I feel like I have a purpose. I actually, no I do have A. I knowing your words Yup, so I know have a purpose so i. I have learned that in the past few years. I've been very good at manifesting like it's crazy, but the more I like. Look into it. The more better I get like what I say will happen happens. It's so crazy so I was thinking. Hey, why like why not do it? Bikes still focus on what the people on course you know, but at the same time provide a little bit of what I know, my purpose is, and it's to change people's life from one eight one way or another and I think that it's that with manifesting because I mean I can like take over this episode and tell you guys. I manifest it so many things. You Remember you show me a journal. Things that you had written down what was going to happen in two thousand seventeen, so I thought she just wrote it that day. What has happened? She was a now. I will say years ago. What like that? Because I'm not I? Don't do that. Journal already so to me. It's like of foreign but Yeah, that's haven't heard yeah I know. It's crazy, but then I'm like wait. A lot of people don't journal. A lot of people don't script a lot of people. Don't you know? Take a moment out of their day to manifest a lot of people don't visualize like it's super like it's so crazy, but it really works. Works and I feel like I. I've done it like I manifested so many live. You should do radios about this. I, know, that's I'm telling you. That's I feel like this weekend. I was like no, this is my. This is my calling like it really is because I can give you so many examples where I've written down right thought about in the I think the most. Because, you know people. They don't see something. They don't believe it. And I have so many journals that can open up and showing a video like look. I wrote this in two thousand sixteen in two, thousand seventeen, and this came true like I'm leaving it now, and it's just crazy, so it is for sure I would watch that. Be like what is journaling bag. Yeah, I know so. Yeah I'm very excited about that so now with like with Mike you know that I've been following him for and yesterday that I. Put that today. When I woke up like no fucking way no way he wrote to me, I was super excited. Yes, which goes back to got you know? Put yourself out there. It was gonNA. Come back in That's why whatever Jim you have in whatever business you WANNA. Start. Just do it now. Because what have to lose and I think right now during quarantine times. It's really been a testing time where people who have a passion or maybe they didn't even have one yet, but they figured it out like this is the perfect time to get it out. And it's the easiest time because the way that social media is instagram facebook twitter especially right now to talk like. I'm on TIKTOK. Followers or they're. Not. Where can they find you on to talk? I am Roslyn. And then on Youtube. I am Rausing TV and on Instagram I am Rosen TV so I really feel like you were saying. Rose. Love it. Out there in every social media platform, because people that use tiktok might not use. You want us to modernize instagram. People use facebook man I use instagram, so you have to pierce about Your Business, whatever it is wind. Just go ahead and just do it because you know that's how you're gonNA grow. Yes, definitely..

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"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Com you guys can donate there. It's a reliable website All of the money that goes into their will go to feed families in all Salvador you as they put on stories on instagram. And, you know there's a saying in Spanish that says. Put Me Montana forty, and maybe you can imply that into your life. You know today. Maybe you helped someone else and tomorrow. Maybe you'll be in need of help and you know your fellow. Brothers and sisters will be here for you, so you guys can find in the of your heart to donate. We will truly appreciate it. I would say my name is circular and I support this message. Yes! No see OFFI. I mean you really think about it. It's like a bag of hot cheetos and I could Gary. starbucks for you and your boo. Yeah. Exactly you get your after this. Cash broke myself, but like because words, and it is worse than somebody else, so yeah I know, and you know I lived in Oh Salvadorian icy. How like the poverty that goes over there? I lived up thirty minutes from the Frontera of what the MARLA. So I've even experienced poverty, and what the might not you know and it's just so crazy of one thing I can share. That changed my life. moving to a salvador at seventeen years old was definitely seen. HOW GENUINE! Happy People are with so little. Here we have. Oh God we have so much and we're still. Does Not enough, fucking Shit Yeah. We're adult like this. I. Don't have this keeble or whatever it is you know and over there. People kids like just would one dawn. They communicate night since doll that you give them Oman. You like their whole year like and it just. Hits you in a different way like I swear a unless you experienced a you truly don't understand how privilege we are. Here you know so just with everything going on and just seen like. The videos and Just, everything truly breaks my heart, so I feel like you know we have this platform if we can get five people if only five people that are listening to podcast donate twenty dollars. That's one hundred dollars. That's GonNa feet twenty twenty people. That's GONNA feed four to five families so a they. That's IT I. AM exiting right. But yes. I mean it. That's very poor. Country Salvador Malla like I mean. There's countries everywhere, but like we sure for me like when I would go visit Guatemala. My parents my parents. My grandparents houses made of Adobe. Literally like mud. What is that's mud right? And like the the restaurant was away like like you had to walk like forty five steps to get to the restroom. There was no door outside outside. You! Know rules everywhere. Gan like hopefully toilet paper it was. It's really four I. There's like cool ever is. There is an animal's everywhere, and it's so for like the kitchen I wish I had pictures. Vision is just all adobe. In a model! Yeah, you know so. That would water like. That's gone like in an hour. You know because we can't afford to have concrete. In the level of happiness when I lived there, the level of happiness, I never experienced that type of happiness, I swear kids are so happy with the balls that they have over there. Obviously not everyone rate it. There's a different just like here. There's different types of economy different types of neighborhood and everything, but the balls are unevenly real balls or made out of lake. Like such a thin material and the kid in because like a dollar in the kids are so genuinely happy plane at night in the woods like it. Simpler dining. Yeah. Like I remember like Oh, my cousins, they will get so happy. Just make cakes of mud I'm like you're making cakes and lettering like that's not fun. But they would love it. Make all this layered cake and I'm like he kicks those dirty though. With, they will like it. You know yeah, no, so it's really eye opening. Open definitely, Silvio can. Help out you know in just in any organization, or just you don't even have to donate you know if just do like a kind act. You know when you're the street. Nice to somebody like you just do that throughout your day. Like that will change the world. Just imagine like if one person will do something kind every day. It would go. World is right for example when I go to starbucks. This happened to me several times when I go to starbucks and the person in front of me has paid for me. Oh I've seen that the that happens to me well the Nestle I. Go ahead and do that. Oh shoot okay, you know what I mean, so if we're just kind do kind act, donate, we can. It's okay. Yeah the world will be a better place. Trying to sleep better for future generations, definitely the. Everywhere you. School a job friendships. Veteran wouldn't. And I mean they say I. I didn't like that same. But now that I'm older, it's true. That you'd is wasted on the young. Have we known these things that were young? We go work better artists. Microbes and experience to make it a better place. And I'll tell you're still young enough in the grand scheme of things, yes, Ryland. Thirty, one thirty two. I'm thirty one and. You September. I don't want to say past. Twenty. Twenty. That's cool libra. Think another one. Whatever is not the one before here. I didn't mind your verbal your verbal. Will tell me I'm not like that I mean it's to each their own i. just kind of I dismiss that I know a lot of close friends that are link living. Swear.

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"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Why I'm doing this might be. Money might be to listen to these conversations with my friends in ten years thirty years. Somebody, pass away. I don't know. But the thing is. You see people that do the same thing, and yet they have success, and I'm not one of those people say like look at them I'm like okay they can do it. I can do exactly like the whole. Soviet shipping like other people do I'm not hitting on. But I eat out as you can tell fat, and now I can't. And I'm like you know what. I'm going to make this better. I won't make. Those are only the same thing you know whereas. Like you, said going back to. He said first part mentality. Just like dude, I know I can do better, and it's not to like shit on somebody else. It's just that I know my product. Is that much better? I know my podcast is not going to be for everybody, but I'M GONNA. Find my everybody exactly. You don't need it to be for everybody. You don't want everybody here if it's. Put by girls. Catch. On Awani. Of, everybody can have A. Right, yeah, yea like. To you. Know and it's true it's totally true. It's all about mentality. Yeah and I think just consistency, you know and just don't be scared to put yourself out there like even that's for example. If you don't have a guess I just talking about a topic that's relatable to you or that means some theme just like. put it out. Yeah, I try, and you know what's crazy that people really liked it, I did A. I did that once just because it was. Right, where else can move? Should I stop? Called solar just myself, thank. Power Line. Yeah. Yeah, that's right. That's exactly what all series and actually. that she didn't really enjoy it I was just talking grambling for forty minutes. Forty minutes either like twenty thirty. And I really do that so good. You should do this. You should do one against yourself I'm not really personally. I'm not that interesting I like interesting things. That's where I feel like I could talk to you about stuff that I find interesting. And maybe in the future to be honest, you know talking to a previous. Ashley one of those South Yeah. She's like just go free. Believe in yourself. I believe in myself. You know and I. I do go for everything so maybe maybe in the future, but as of now. I like kind of thing where. You Have Your Voice I. Say this you say Nah. I don't agree with the heck or I. Say this again. I tried that before as opposed to me, just saying look how bad ass, look what I'm. Not that I'm not that person, but that's what I don't want to go down that route. But you'd surprised how it goes back to what I said earlier where there are millions of people out there that maybe some people like you'd be surprised. Probably don't WanNa hear debate. They actually want to hear just one person talking agree with themselves, so they can feel related. What's that person? It's just crazy how? You sometimes ourselves. Our mines like a belittle. Like now, no one's ever GONNA. Listen to this or no one's ever going to watch this video or no one is ever going to support my business because WHO's GonNa like it, but that's the mentality that you try to get away from. You know I'm going to share with. You guys something just because. There has to be some proof that I'm putting it out to the universe. So I've been following this photographer. His name is Mike, and he is Minnesota I know and he actually lives in Miami I think he goes by a wrangled Tang on. Yeah. That'll work. excuse my language, so Maddie's out there. Oh, you out there. Yes. And, if you follow me on Instagram, at La, scroll up Mozzarella, you know some of my pictures are risky. I I'm not. Going to pay. No seriously I mean you know I'm on a swimsuit in I can take a picture. Hey, I'm gonNA. Take a picture. I am super over open. Minded not only with myself, but just in general so I've been following him for a long time him in his wife, and I would always think to myself. To be photographed by him honestly for me right for me, I my own person, it would be like a dream come true because I the his. Obviously, he takes pictures of women. Sexy with little to no clothing, women and I would always think shoe just his vision i. see his photographs everything I'm just like wow like I. I've been falling girl. WHO has a banging body? I've been following her. I saw he photographed her and then yesterday they posted a. Picture rate in I saw it. I was like Oh my God like that. girling up with him and you know now. She's like photograph by him. Like this is so cool, so I commented on the picture and then I put one day you will photograph me. I'm putting it out to the universe and I just you know just put as proof for my future. And he commented back and he put okay. Let's set it up. Like Oh, my God okay grace like, can't you? Know, that was saying. Yeah! I was GONNA. Tell you. One of my good friends are Alex. Szeto. He was on one of the earlier episodes and he has his. Clothing brand right, but it's like a movement. Almost it's like it's larger than just clothing. It's like an array scene, but it's not just limited to the racing any cozy motivational quotes, radic motivated Richard Little. Brandon and uplift..

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"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"marce" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"I'm. Recording looks weird, just be. A story go okay, thank you, thank you for listening. This is second part of this two part episode, so make sure you go back and listen to the first part. I'm sure they could probably be standard episodes, but just to make sure. Make sure that you are caught up and listen to cart one other note. Something will come up partout because we are recording live, and then you might not even know. We're talking about so back and listen to part one. You know where to find it. At. I believe Roslyn here, can you? Cancers you. Can hear me. Put me on my microphone. Yes. I am here Kelly for parts who we haven't even started. Do just like an interest where we were. We were just talking about Hector's business. Thanks for the shout, but yeah you know like I feel that. When you need to shout out, you need to let people know you have a business I have actually have a TACO page. Really. Yeah because I meant to marketing so I knew this instagram is called tacos or life. And I just promote Taco pages. That's all you do, or just any good food, but anyway so by doing that. It's crazy. So by doing that promoting it I. don't even have a TACO business. Don't want to have a TACO business, but I just wanted to help small business owners which Kinda comes from. You know what I do I've been working with. This company is heavy tax and for over ten years. And so I've seen businesses. Go from Athena the something, so I've wanted to help, so I just started this page. Agree like in two months to like a thousand over a thousand followers on having Pusey much because it had just have so much going on, but. I met a TACO. Thirty owner of. And from there, I met a Mexic- papa newly yeah, it makes you punchers. I make that connection. We came over to my house. It helped him some stuff, but the thing is you gotTa Kinda yourself out there in order to never know Mexi Papas the big guy, any super nice, super cool in. He loves promoting businesses and he's all about that, but if you don't clear out there like you never know what can come back. How they're searching for you, but you're not to be found. HOW ARE THEY GONNA? Find you at the. So you just got out of out there, you never know maybe some EXPI- Shami out. To celebrate it to you, especially, 'cause don't like I said. It's a food oriented page. It's a mean They're not falling for food or falling for funnies, but it's a food. Fade the already kind of have that following. Mobile idea, yeah, and I think another thing too is you can do like to grow the PG and faster. We'll be the hey whoever. Show my page I'll give out something one both come on for. Your boy knows your boy had a little. Sports Tire business earlier on some doing to give away as we speak. Okay. Injured A. Ler of Eighth Phillips. Do I sign up. Today a page. I don't see anything about the Williams's hold on. Let me see I. Got Got Multiple Pages Right? I got I got five counties I. Flag I sir damn. Three are active in one is in the process of. Building up, it's the fit. Let me see two four, the sixth one down in the middle. To be. Way, what on Instagram, page it's. Like. All right and your personal. What no! No! No on the on the on the food page! We'll hit. Enter that. Yeah I mean, and that's how healthy no 'cause people see an people that haven't even. To a Franchisee right to three strangers. I've been told I. Do don't take my other friends at follow he already. Actually started doing. Do they follow the? I'm trying to get. My bad, and they would delete it like Dude Yuki. Thank you could. I mean I'm not opposed to them like entering the content I want to be like ooh. You're taking the same three people so yes. I made like three different ones. and. That that bill because another thing like I always shouted out to liking people. Tell me hey. Or Hey I'm eating this because then. That I feel like at least. It makes them more for the next person. Be like okay by tag him. He's GonNa Follow. He's GonNa. Share it to you know and so music, not the. Housing at your story right there in the the end so I just posted sometimes ironic caption little captured on Sunday night just put like a fire, Emoji or whatever? And I feel like more people do it. Because more people see you do it. Whereas in the beginning, nobody was doing it right so I started doing okay. This works for me and. You guys will see especially now. You're following personal I. do like I do protests protests? I'm not a pro by any means but. Share like A. Post. In the PM as opposed to a and most people are coming out from work and they WANNA distraction. Not Do this. This is not a book. Be All end all right here, but this is what works for me because I. Get a lot of TAME in. Your pocket Paichadze due to this on the food. How this? I don't know. But I'm not I'm not going to be. Nobody helped me on. This is what I is work for me. So, I share most.

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Reaching Out to an Ex

Almost 30 Podcast

12:19 min | 2 years ago

Reaching Out to an Ex

"Getting my paragon back. Everybody wondering I used my throat Chakra and fucking said what I would say I said so. If you guys didn't just to catch you up so once he was talking to someone and he borrowed the Thera- gone which is stay sick dating dating someone and but it was a six hundred dollar device that is used for muscial muscle tension and we need it back. Christa is really pushing for this so I I reached out I needed it. I said Okay said Hey. Ho Hope all is as well. It was wondering if I could grab or how classic Intro was wondering if I cope ball as well I literally I. I asked five people whether that was good or not so good. They approved wondering if a good grab or have you send my Thera- gun Miami's are also asking. I needed to add a funny love it. Hey yes absolutely I'm sorry I've been. I've kept it from your hands. This long appear well also was just thinking about this weekend. I feel bad about sharing that sarcasm being like a little interested leader. Now it is so there's actually no plan yet hook he goes. Let me know Do you have any plans to be on my side of town or I can bring it over to you and like obviously my a a habit is like oh you know when I'm on your side of town or make it fuck and easy let you know when I have my hair done I mean obviously of course full face on but actually my reading with Nikki number. Really helps is helping me right now 'cause normally I'd be like oh tempted to just like go. He was thinking about me but I'm like actually is not not the one but anyway getting back with Aragon. Thank God that it was an awkward which is Great. It's coming back home. Maybe anyway. It's our year twenty nineteen year. I always like is just reminder. -Til out there sometimes conversations conversations don't have to be that complicated. Yo you know what I mean especially with dudes to be honest. Yes they don't they don't care need to be that complicated. You don't have to call them. You don't and have to tell them like I'm so sorry if this is I was thinking of saying sorry if this is awkward but I need my therapy back. There was no. I'm not sorry the people on my God dude. People are like this so awkward. When you're in public. It's like shut the fuck. This is so awkward and and I. I wonder what your what does the subtext about. It's like just be able to sit to sit in a moment that doesn't feel a hundred read yeah exactly their inability so awkward. What's awkward about it. It's like not every moment it's GonNa be like perfect. Totally freaks me out of freaks me out. His turn always be this dude that we had in our friend. That always be like whoa that was awkward and unlike do that. You're like us now it. Is You fricken loser. It's that guy that wants to be a comedian of course Bram. Bear bear used the word yeah. I hate that hate hate that lake. That sort of marced yet forced lake. I don't know just like a weird humor. Yeah Weird Humor you. We had our you everything good good good cut. We asked the we as the group what we what we should talk about for the Intros and there was a suggestion a suggestion into the books we've read this year our favorite books that have really impacted us or Ben thought-provoking or interesting and so we are excited to talk about that in this intro throw Ya and my reading pattern I've learned and now accept is that I can't really sit for hours on end and read. It's not but I have friends who do and I'm among little jealous. You know where I finished his book. Today I started at this morning. I took out of House Harry Potter. I wish I wish I had that. I don't know if it's attention attention span or what so my styles just I'm able to pick it up. Open read for twenty minutes an that's up for the day. I think the books that I'm reading now now. Don't really allow me to to do that because most are self help rea- so I need to take one bet absorb it digestion and that's actually really early in this I was listening to this podcast. I forget the name of it but the person was talking about how you really learn and you should really be able to process and digest the information in order to make it applicable so it's not like plowing through everything just to get it done. It's really absorbing it right. Yeah I can start I have like I had this random one suggested to me recently by my therapist but and she gave it to me women who run with the Wolves Nice heard of that myths and stories of the wild woman archetype and I wanna read from the back that just gives a really good idea of what the says within every woman their lives a powerful force filled with good instincts passionate creativity and angels knowing she the wild woman who represents the instinctual nature of women but she is an endangered species in this book. Thus doctor stays unfolds rich intercultural miss myths fairy tales and stories many from our family to help women reconnect with the fierce healthy visionary attributes of this instincts nature so basically like we. I've lost this like we are condition not to be wild woman to tap into her to be her to really express her so it's a a really nice digestible. I just read one story like every day and I didn't think I would story is to be completely honest. I'm like Oh myths and stories. He's you don't even then I'm like Oh. This reminds me of college. Were breeding of Odysseus. I don't really know but it's great it. Like Kinda puts you in that you know Dreamworld of Oh this. This is something I feel very deep. Deep inside of me and I'm really unable to express this and like why I love that I really I really liked being untamed women y'all and then for for work. I just dip into Brunei Brown's dare to lead every night for a few pages brave work tough conversations and whole hearts so it's really coming from a heart centered that took place when you lead and what's been really helpful as how those hard conversations and so much bad is through wilner ability so much of that is through a setting expectations so much of that is being honest. You know being honest. When maybe you don't know or when you fuck up up your team if you have a team respects you more and there is more interconnectedness and the full goal or the the overall goal so I really I love Bernie? She's she's the best so even if you're not managing a team if you're managing a family oh you know a lot of different social construct sandwich that same structure or prescription. She prescribed works I completely agree. I'm talk. I'm excited to see that I actually haven't read it. Yeah that's really good and then I always have my. I've mentioned this on the podcast before but my ask your guides by chicks chocolate coat coach. Shit now. I read this romance novel. I notice it looks like our own Ken. This is connected to your divine support it systems so she really gives you a set by subway. Then it gets deeper as you go along to connect your spirit guides to your writing dear guides to do you know different types of guides so it's really cool and you do a little experiments along the way in it fucking works the all who's the the author for that one. Sonia Coach Coquette C. H. O. Q. U. E. T. T. e. she also trust or vibes at this one's. Real Rogan love that she got to work one works spiritual or and then like a story time where he time one love that that's great correct so I actually plowed through all love Janine roths books this year I needed dig in. I have read anything so Janine Roth is she talks a lot about the emotional relationship chip and familial relationship that we have with food our relationship with food and I really love her approach. She's been really inspirational for me and a few other people people that were very close to yet simkin who's been on the podcast Janet Cabreja who's been on the podcast so I read all of her books. when food is Love Women Food in God when you're eating at the fridge pull a chair emotional eating or breaking free from emotional eating and there was just a bunch of them and there's actually one that was a workbook that I didn't. I didn't do but an end to be to be completely honest. I think if you just read woman food and God or when food is love. You'll be good you could you could explore the other ones about it because I feel like sometimes there is redundancy. You know when I read all of them. At the same time it was really beautiful to kind of explore the ways in which I could could see how my eating patterns within my life and with my childhood came to play with my relationship with my family with my mom and my dad and everything like that so so it's really informational. It's it's not like a diet broke. It doesn't really tell you how to eat when to eat or anything like that. It just helps you to really analyze and look at your relationship with with food and what food means for you and your life is food. Intimacy is food. Love is food. Freedom is food and escape. Whatever food is for you. It helps you really understand that and then works through that in a really beautiful way so interesting about that like is intimacy. Is it freedom as an escape. Yeah it's interesting. I know it's like so they describe each one and then deciders like a little quiz or not. West but CERNAN yeah. That's really just how I kind of thought it so in there is different ways and relationships that it is described but that's kind of the way that I gathered that information information yeah expand the ways that works cool but yeah it's really good and I would highly recommend for anyone that has binge eating. You know anything related. Did you any food issues where they would like to better understand why they do what they do as relates to food so that was really good. That's Janine Roth. I'm hopeful to have her the podcast and then I just I actually reading Graham handcocks new book America before INS about new discoveries discoveries as it relates to findings archaeological findings and historical findings that they've discovered in north and South America in the recent twenty years I and it kind of goes against the fact that we believe that we are the most advanced civilization civilization to exist today and it speaks to the fact that there were most likely more advanced civilizations than us that existed in the Americas in previous times and it talked about about a global cataclysm that ended the last ice age and how there was people living before us that were more advanced and had better technology than we do so it's really beautiful and it's just really interesting and and really thought provoking and I really love grandma handcock. I think he's an amazing person. I think he's so well-spoken and it's it's interesting seem to think about and talk about and with that. It's kind of like a fun oftentimes what I'm looking for in books as something to better understand myself but more you're so I'm always looking for information. That's interesting conversations. I want to be always thinking of new things. I want to always be bringing new information to the table. Whether it's a podcast with friends with my relationship it's really important that I remain dynamic in that way and I'm learning something new so great man Cox books are really good for that and Graham was also on the Joe Rogan podcast cast so you can hear that podcast episode and he talks a lot about it so if you want a teaser to the information from his book you can look look there and then I actually got recommended commended this book by a friend 'cause I'm looking for more information about the history of race relations in America and and how I can go deeper and that now I can learn more about that

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"marce" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"marce" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And she just said please stop talking about. Are you guys engaged engaged? And didn't she just say police up talking? Those three words said yet. And didn't she say and didn't Honey pie to say don't call me? Honey lemon pie by you. Gotta you. Gotta get your do not say lemon pie. It said. You just bought it up. Not me. I didn't bring anything out talk on talk radio. Okay. Saying never gonna know. Joe? But I did feature. Now, one time your phone rang, and you weren't here, and I did pick it up and the guy right? And I said what's your secret? How'd you get least to fall for you where she won't even talk about you on the air because the plenty of men listening wondering if you're single I would imagine if they have a shot with you. Right. And he said Tarum assume terra masseuse really because every time we go to dinner Tarum assu. And then sixty percent of the time. It works every time. It doesn't make any sense. The desert. Yeah. Tariffs at that's apparently, the key to your heart L. It is okay. The fact that I don't even know it is pretty much. I mean, I think it's like melty desert sort of thing, right? You've never had terrorists. Have. It's really delicious. A sorta got my my daughter asked me that a couple of days ago, she she's very cute. She's five years old. No, she didn't want it. She'll ask what my favorite things are right. What's your favorite color? What's your favorite food was your favorite vacation? They're very actually questions for five year old. And when she asked him the favorite food. I had to go Tarum assu really just came out tear masugi. It is your favorite foods. Why? So I don't have it very often. And when I do I appreciate it. And it's just so rich and Embiid is chocolate. And it's usually after good dinner. But and you have like a good glass of wine or bourbon with it. And nothing is better in this world. Could brandy a Br I don't do brandy scotch creamy. You get by that. Right. You can't just make that. Oh, you would know lease considering. This is the way to your heart. Tell no and Italian dessert consisting of layers of sponge cake and coffee or brandy saying that's producing I had that right on. Marce Capone cheese. Can't tell I'm hungry. Okay. Well, you'll be going out soon. Trevor the producer will be following with a Mike. We're gonna catch you on this phone way or another New York's going to know about this relationship. And if this guy is a public figure and not that I bet you that's why she's not talking about a Trevor. All right. I'm onto something here again, no denial. It's a big smile and Lisa's face right now. Commercial when we come back eight hundred three to one zero seven ten who.

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"marce" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"marce" Discussed on KTOK

"With greater capabilities. If like everywhere intelligent life is everywhere. So we're not likely at all to find, you know, creatures on Mars with comparible intelligence capabilities that people you can March, you know, animals and so. Forth. If we find evidence of any life on Mars university. Yeah. And what do you think? I think we'll find it. Yeah. I agree. The laws of science are the same throughout the universe and life could originate on Mars on earth. It could originate marshy conditions on earth and Mars were similar that first billion years. Okay. So we had like tweets and had the same childhood. But then we're taking in different places in adopting by different parents. Okay. And the conditions on Mars became hostile to the further development of life on the surface, and it became too cold. And so the development of white on the surface would have stopped however underground on Mars is still acceptable for microbes. And so they could continue to survive. And so basically, it would prove that life originates can't. And and if that. The case, then it's everywhere. Now, they're still places on our own earth. We haven't even been to. Would you say that's true? Well, we certainly haven't adequately explored the oceans. And of course, there's the underground on earth. But you know, here's what we have discovered underground on our ancient microbes earliest life forms that existed on earth, which can no longer survive on the surface because they were not adopted two oxygen. So they had to retreat into the ground. And this is why we believe that is a good chance. If we go to Mars, we can find the survivors of their ancient microbial biosphere there as well. Do you believe that? I I've heard where people have said that I don't know how but I guess some of the Mars bacteria or things through comments or through. I can't tell you what you're the scientists. You can tell me, but where we have some Marce life living here because somehow got here through space travel to is that possible. Okay. How would that be possible? Well, the way it's possible is meteors hit Mars, and they hit it real fast fast enough to knock the typical off of Mars and have it fly in space in on earth. And we have in fact, the vice versa. Yes, that's true. When the dinosaurs got smashed probably parts of earthly it on Mars, but the. So and that is one reason why I'm not too concerned about seeing people saying, well, if you go to Mars, you might bring disease organisms from bars that could kill everyone. If there were diseases on Mars could kill everyone on earth. It's already happened and it hasn't happened. And so they're not there, and that's understandable. Because there's no way for there to be dis organisms on Mars, there's no large animals and plants them to intact. So the the life cycle of such organisms is impossible. But, but nevertheless, here's the thing. One mystery of life on earth is that we find no examples of it that are simpler than bacteria and bacteria while they're simpler than you and me, they're simpler than frogs. And they're simpler than mushrooms are nevertheless, not simple. They have the entire complicated languages TNN Aurigny for replicating information from one generation to the next, and they have all sorts of complex organs. It's inconceivable that they were the first wife and yet they're the simplest free living organisms on earth. And so this is suggested that life on earth could be an immigrant phenomenon. Could have come from somewhere else the closest place that could've come from is Mars now if we go to Mars and find life Mars that is similar to earth, but include more primitive varieties, then that would say we. We can't bet on the other hand if we find life on Mars that doesn't use the same genetic alphabet, but uses a different genetic alphabet, two separate origin. Wow. Yeah. Oh, wow. Just blows my mind all that kind of stuff. I mean, it really think about that. I mean, you know, I believe there's life out there. I believe that there's life out there. That's visited here. Okay. I'm in. I'm in that world are you in that world at all? Do you believe that there's extraterrestrial life out there? That's already visited here. Well, I don't know about that. The I think it's possible that earth was seated with life from elsewhere microbial life, then started here, I think it's possible that the development of the biosphere has been influenced by microbes arriving from space at added genetic innovations. There's no proof that that has happened. But it's possible that that has happened and it's even possible, but that was not accident but intentional. I mean. The question worthy of investigation. I'm starting true. But no one has proven false..

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"marce" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"marce" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Like everywhere, it means intelligent life is everywhere. So why we're not likely at all to, you know, creatures on Mars with comparible intelligence capabilities that people can March, you know, animals and so. Forth. I if we find evidence of any life on Mars immediately universes still. Yeah. I'm what do you think? I think we'll find it. Yeah. I agree. The laws of science are the things throughout the universe. And if life could originate on Mars on earth, it could originate marshy conditions on earth and Mars were similar that first billion years. Okay. So we had we're like twins had the same childhood. But then we're taking into places in adopting by different parents. Okay. And the conditions on Mars became hostile to the further development of life on the surface, and it became too cold. And so the development of white on the surface would have stopped however underground on Mars is still acceptable for microbes. And so they could continue to survive. And so basically, it would prove that light originates can and and if that. That's the case. Then it's everywhere. Now, they're still places on our own earth. We haven't even been to. Would you say that's true? Well, we certainly haven't adequately explored the oceans. And of course, there's the underground on earth. But you know, here's the thing. What we have discovered underground on earth are ancient microbes earliest life firms that existed on earth, which can no longer survive on the surface because they were not adopted two oxygen. So they had to retreat into the ground. And this is why we believe that is a good chance. If we go to Mars, we can find the survivors of their ancient microbial biosphere there as well. Do you believe that? I I've heard where people have said that I don't know how but I guess some of the Mars bacteria things through comments or through. I can't tell you what you're the scientists. You can tell me, but where we have some Marce life living here because somehow got here through space travel to is that possible. Okay. How would that be possible? Well, the way it's possible is meteors hit Mars, and they hit it real fast fast enough to knock the deteriorate off of Mars and have it fly in space in on earth. And we have in fact, the vice versa. Yes. That's true. Okay. When the dinosaurs got smashed probably parts of earthlings it on Mars, but the. So and that is one reason why I'm not too concerned about seeing people saying, well, if you go to Mars, you might bring disease organisms from bars that could kill everyone. If there were diseases on Mars could kill everyone on earth states already happened and it hasn't happened. And so they're not there, and that's understandable. Because there's no way for there to be dis. Organisers on Mars is no large animals and plants them to infect so the the life cycle of such organisms as impossible. But, but nevertheless, here's the thing. One mystery of life on earth is that we find no examples of it that are simpler than that and bacteria while they're simpler than you and me, they're simpler than fogs, and they're simpler than mushrooms are nevertheless, not simple. They have the entire complicated languages TNN. Aren a for replicating information from one generation to the next, and they have all sorts of complex organ als-. It's inconceivable that they were the first wife and yet the simplest free living organisms on earth. And so this is suggested that life on earth could be an immigrant phenomenon. It could have come from somewhere else the closest place that could've come from is Mars now if we go to Mars and find life Mars that is similar to earth, but includes more primitive varieties, then that would say we. You can't bet on the other hand we find life on Mars that doesn't use the same genetic alphabet that uses a different genetic alphabet that two separate origin. Wow. Yeah. Oh, wow. Just blows my mind all that kind of stuff. I mean, it really think about that. I mean, you know, I believe there's life out there. I believe that there's life out there. That's visited here. Okay. I'm in. I'm in that world are you in that world at all? Do you believe that there's extraterrestrial life out there? That's already visited here. Well, I don't know about that. The I think it's possible that earth was seeded with lights from elsewhere microbial life been started all year. I think it's possible that the development of the biosphere has been influenced by microbes arriving from space at added genetic innovations. There's no proof that that has happened. But it's possible that that has happened, and it's even possible. But that was. Not accident but intentional. I mean. The question worthy of investigation. I'm not certain true. But no one is proving this.

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"marce" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"marce" Discussed on The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel

"And now you're here. Yes. Where's Jonas Jonas wasn't able to get away from his parents? It's just us. Oh, too bad. We could've used this help getting cross the island. Not really what do you mean? I mean, we're not here to go to prep with you. You're not now we're here to stop you from going, but I won the bet. And that's why we came tonight because a deal's a deal. But this is all wrong Mars wrong like veggies. Nachos wrong. What's wrong about trying to find the truth about where I am? And how I got here and how could trying to find catty be wrong because it's messing up here. Life marce. You have everything a great apartment could creates a successful. Mom, who loves you, a dad who's a world famous billionaire, and most importantly, you have us. What about where I came from? I know it was real. I saw droning. Let's go home ours. It's creepy here. It's starting to feel that way. What am I call your mom? No. I'm not going home. I'm going to prep. Where's the ferry? There's no very Marce. There never was one. Yes. There was it had a hologram Oliver Pruitt and let it go. There's ferry we can take a little both last time. I know you weren't there arose. But we borrowed this rowboat that was tied up. It's over Marce. This fantasy is over fantasy. That's the same word pick used. Can we leave Morris? It's really dark and I'm getting scared. You know, what guys are right? I'm sorry. I scared you pick since the code red. I've been all over the place, but I'm done. Really? Yeah. I won't pull you guys to any more of my fantasies. Let's all get our bikes net. Home finally making you lead the way JP what's the road. What are you doing stay away? You're making a mistake. I don't know what's gotten into you guys have to do. I have to find out the fruit and fine Coty. Would it hurt me? Right. Those are friends say look like my friends. They don't. Like my friends. His current going the wrong way. No motorboat. They're coming. KP? To help you. What did I believe come on faster faster? Don't make this on yourself. Leap be alot. Best friends. Let us hope stay away. Stay. Rony? What are you doing? What's going on this lace? Catty mars. Yes. Just caddy. I hear you. Best robot ever dot com. Ex-?.

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How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

BrainStuff

05:59 min | 2 years ago

How Can We Make Better Resolutions?

"In two thousand and four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer is still on the loose. It's just really surreal walking around. Ideal. Mention so much ear to guys out there yell depressed, dude. I'm Katherine towns. And this is Helen gone binge all of season one now at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff I'm Lauren Boga bomb and the concept of creating New Year's resolutions is so ingrained in US culture that the government keeps a list of popular resolutions and resources for achieving them. It's a baker's dozen of good intentions including drink alcohol. Eat healthy food, get a better education. Get a better job get fit managed at manage stress and recycle digital research. Backs up this lists universality. According to a twenty eleven Marced university poll losing weight top the list for one in five resolution making Americans closely followed by exercising more with spending less than saving more quitting smoking. And being a better person all tied for third. But is it true that most people don't keep their resolutions? The answer as many of us around the house to forks office were relieved to discover appears to be a resounding. Yes. Richard Wiseman as I collagen and author with a penchant for mass participation experiments found that fifty two percent of people making New Year's resolutions or confident that they'd stick it out yet only a scant twelve percent really did. So why bother a New Year's resolutions are as one author wrote a triumph of hope over experience there a way to quantify what we wish for selves, their means of cataloging, our personal satisfactions, and perhaps most importantly their method of racing errors of the past year. Yes. New Year's resolutions are all about hopefulness. And it's always been that way. Of course ringing in the new year isn't a construct of modern Americans some four thousand years ago by balloons rang in their new year with an eleven day festival in March and ancient Egyptians celebrated the advent of their new calendar during the Nile rivers annual flood by forty six BC e Roman emperor Julius Caesar had moved the first day of the year to January first in honor of the Roman God of beginnings. Janice, an idea that took some time. To catch on however in fifteen eighty to see pope, Gregory, the eighth breath January first new year back in vogue with the Gregorian. Calendar. A concept the persists today. The origin of making New Year's resolutions rests with the Babylonians who reportedly made promises to the gods in hopes that earn good favor in the coming year. They often resolved to get out of debt. Sound familiar? Many of us are still making that resolution today. So what's the secret to actually keeping it just wanting something to change is not enough? You need a strategy to make it stick one way to do. This is to share your resolution with others. We spoke with Joe Ferrari, professor of psychology at depaul university in Chicago as he pointed out when you keep resolutions secret. No one is going to check up on you. You're only accountable to yourself. He says that a party to publicly share your resolutions an admirable way to ring in the new year. Social media offers another avenue to let others and on your goals. But once you've involved others in your resolutions. What steps can you? You take to ensure that when they do check up on you. You'll have something positive to report. Success of your New Year's resolutions starts in your head limiting yourself to a few resolutions, maybe even one and being specific are a few things to keep in mind. This prevents overload and frustration for example, I want to lose ten pounds by March first or I want to save fifty dollars each paycheck. The best goals are challenging but manageable, and that's a sensitive balance that only you can find for yourself overly ambitious goals can drain a person's confidence when they're not met instead build on small observable victories and possibly achieve bigger goals down the line and take things on one at a time. Whatever goals, you do tackle be sure to monitor your progress. Ferrari said if your resolution is to lose weight check your weight regularly if it's to save money right down where you spent your money monitoring those few challenging goals, you set will dramatically improve your success rate. Sometimes just the active recording everything you eat or spend can cause you to eat or spend less, even if you don't consciously change anything else. Whatever. Your New Year's goals. Give yourself some time to make them a reality more time than you may have planned on actually while most people cling to the widespread belief that new habits can be formed in twenty one days. New research is Justin that we need a longer timetable one. We study found that it took participants average of sixty six days to do something different and stick with it. Today's episode was written by loyal dove and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other fresh topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bounds and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"marce" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"marce" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"At more prophets rather than great stories and priced eyeballs and other crazy. Wonky value. Nations that came out during the late nineties and early two thousands, and it kind of fell out, but as the economy improved two thousand four two thousand five three two thousand seven it became another decent time for ios. But again here we go to those and eight thousand nine. Financial crash bad economic cycle IPO's fell off the map. And now we're in this. We've been in this weird period. Really since two thousand ten where I have come back. But as you can tell other than maybe two thousand fourteen it's been a relatively mild time for new public companies. And certainly the last couple of years have been relatively poor this year, it's been a little bit of a sea change. There actually have been quite a number of IPO's, in fact, as I when I did this slide about a week ago. There have been one hundred ninety four so far, but at least ten million dollars, and that already exceeds the two thousand seventeen total so your date through roughly October tenth we were already vastly exceeding the number of IPO's that we saw last year. In fact, we're on target this year for these companies to raise seventy five billion, which actually would be the second most since two thousand so in terms of this century two dozen eighteen could be the larger. Year for for value in since two thousand. So what I did. We did a similar thing back in the summer as we looked at companies that have come public this year. We did I think we did six Democrats one was with us. We did six back in the summer. We looked at this time we looked at six again, one of which is a repeat. But we have five brand new companies that recently came out like that we're looking at. And so without further ado, it's going to our first one, which is bloom energy. And before I talk about the company, I'll just say Dan Boyd, if you wouldn't mind playing we have about a five minute video that kind of goes into bloom energy, the CEO, and I think it'll be good job of explaining what this company's about. My name is either. I'm the founder and CEO of bloom energy, the mission of bloom energy is to make sure that everybody on the planet has access to energy. Then I was working the Mars missions. And I was working for NASA. I was trying to figure out how to produce breathing air water heat electricity. So one day humans can Lewin Marce it dawned on me watching fifty million people coming out of power to every single year. All these people want the same things that we all have you got an immediate problem on planet..

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"marce" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"marce" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"Our Rover is in our Landers. So every mission to Mars does vise an experiment called RAD RAD radiation. So we're mapping the entire radiation environment from earth going to Mars, so we're getting a lot more information now about the radiation environment that the astronauts will travel through getting to Mars and then on Mars as well. So what did your experience teach you about tomorrow's? So I've studied Antarctica my whole life because it's a great analog from our. Plus what amazing continent just as an explorer and fascinates something really important. We got up at McMurdo, and I looked out and I just set my mouth dropped. And I said all this mess. I had bolldozers I had machines. I had all kinds of buildings said Marce one Rover. So I was just fifty years and Arctic. But I was just stunned all the machine or all the heavy equipment. And now, I nothing are. So it just was this realization that, wow, we're going to have to take nothing that we're gonna take everything, and it's going to be of bishops just unmanned Bishop taking stuff, and but that's the wrong way to look at it. That's earth Centric way to look at it. Take all your stuff with you explorations, never succeeded when we took our stuff with us going across the oceans, so we have to institute resource utilization. Expiration the best explication is when you learn how to live off the land. I know Mars is cold and relatively dead. So guess what my students challenge of you have to make the make. Ker you make that maker out of basaltic. It really is to replicator you make the machines there. So that's the challenge NGOs that we have to can't bring everything with us. We'll go with some camping and go with some preliminary systems a life support. So we've kind of made it too easy to just taking stuff. Just we need to we need to think about using the resources in the place where Lord, absolutely. And the good thing is moxie is an experiment on the March twenty twenty Rover for the first time, we're gonna make oxygen on planet. So we'll take the carbon dioxide atmosphere. Split this carbon atoms off when you left with oxygen that was not enough for a human. But think about that that's revolutionary making oxygen on another planet just to demonstrate it. So those are the kind of technologies bio regenerative life support systems. How do we get all these systems to keep humans well in a life? But we have to think about different can't take everything with us. Thank you. One of the striking things is how different nations have been able to cooperate in space, even when there have been tensions on earth. Will this continue to be the case to discuss this? I'm joined by LeRoy Chow, who's a full noth- astronaut has been displaced four times I thought right and by semester depit who is for the United Nations office outerspace phase could start with you. So you've been a NASA astronaut, but you've also you speak Chinese Russian, and you've you've worked with Chinese astronaut says well when you get together with them is it really true that all the geopolitical rivalries melt away, and you'll just astronauts together, it was actually a little bit of rivalry up to the well..

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"marce" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"marce" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"We're in a van. Oh, dang. There's another micro and if anybody wants it. So I'll give you the van rundown, Alex Marce driver. No one can hear that. Hey, that's me. There you go. So Basie Natalie's riding shotgun. Me Jen Swenson's over here. And what do you call that seat? Jen? Doesn't care about any of this. She's over it. She's on. She's on Instagram in Mexico. In her mind. She's all top ten places to tan. Everywhere. No big deal. We're coming back from San Diego and LA on our, I guess. Would this be our second annual wholesale shenanigans trip, I guess. Yeah. Alex says, yes. He still, you still can't hear him, but he's still says, yes, yes, this is true is true. We go to. So Cal, at least once a year, usually twice maybe thrice, but this is the second time this year. And we got a bunch of weird stuff represented. So we've got Alex and Mark who work in wholesale proper for the partner program. Natalie does some wholesale training, but she's in the cafe. A lot of the times. I do a lot of milk ordering. I do a lot of milk pudding away and a lot of smile making and children holding. What's your favorite thing about doing the milk order. I like placing the Email, you know, I like thrown a little spin on it. Hoping that order desk at Troia you knows having a good day. Do they send you Email back saying that you orders been processed upper case every single time received order seriously? Yeah. Oh God, what a nightmare. But then if I don't send it by eleven o'clock, even though it's do at twelve, they send me a little E mail saying, hey, you gonna do it nicely to meet our do you appreciate the, oh, that aunt not on. It was not on l. if you're listening to this marks microphone on, Natalie's is on. I'm here now. Now marks here. Now. It's fine. A whole podcast. I mean. Let's see and Jen Swenson's over here. She doesn't wanna talk to anybody because that's kind of person. She is. She roast Scoffing just gonna put the mic in front of Jan every once in a while and see what happens. Let's see what happens. So quick shenanigans of what happened little quick rundown. We basically went to visit some of our accounts because we sell people, these coffee, this coffee, we interact with them all the time through Email social media. They put pictures up of the coffee. We know that they've got the, they know they get the coffee in the pretty pictures. Everybody draws, but we don't really get to talk to them that much and it's nice to meet the people who serve your coffee face to face. So that's all we did wind down. We did a little bit of coffee stuff, but it was mostly just random. So I'm just kinda curious for everybody in the car, like what their favorite part of the weekend was. And what's a lesson that you maybe learned that you could take back to captain cloud. I think it was a really valuable lesson for lotteries. And so I was actually like just like jotting down some thoughts about this earlier in the car ride. But I think one of the coolest things for me is like be to be able to like, even though we talked to a lot of these accounts on a weekly basis, like the the phone or Email or things, it's really cool to go there and see things in person and then for us to see little things that we want to do better even if they've never mentioned it, but we have the ability to like go in person, check things out. Even if like they're operating great..

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"marce" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"marce" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"From from life sports lessons for of obvious professional athletes hey if anybody knows sports it's us i mean come on let's get real i'm basically an analyst coffee janney our second career you know what i mean coffees are second career after professional sports this is this is the this is playing baseball leaving sports and this is our baseball like jordan left we're going to go back to sports eventually that does not mean in any way shape or form you can expect us to compete in competitions don't think that that's what we meant now those things are going down right now finals are happening yes don't even know who's in them i know that the united states is not in them but that's okay because there's a lot of good competitors out there in the world there are a lot of good competitor vinyls not finals semi's yeah semi's or semi awesome where semi cool i guess at that matters or so we're semi sonic anyway some food yeah i have a lunch date with alex marce today a newly engage shout out to being expires are going to tie the knot around the finger not are on the fingers aka put the ring on it on amazon when he was about albertan and then yet did if you want to know the general philosophy of my life i already put it on the internet you can listen to the song boss by the carters and listen to jay around the minute mark he doesn't nine rap about that stuff i don't even have philosophical song right now well it's just a line in the phones but song called boss you can listen to it you want to join me in lebanese army pretty good later on the ken club copy podcast is brought to you by wilbur curtis they make coffee brewers ever heard of him if you haven't you should staring awesome family owned company they're here in california it power facility with solar power which i hear that's like a new hot thing to progressives people do the best thing about curtis in my humble opinion is a turnaround time on the brewers they have twenty four hour turnaround it's phenomenal if you've ever ordered a brewer for a wholesale client from someone else in waited and waited and waited for it to come in you know how frustrating that is so being able to get the brewers next day like that is absolutely amazing shout out to you slovak curtis their customer service is nominal and they just care they care about you they care about me and i care about them and that's why cat podcast is brought to you by wilbur curtis

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"marce" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"marce" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"The cloud coffee podcast is brought to you by wilbur curtis they make coffee brewers ever heard of him if you haven't you should there an awesome family owned company they're here in california it power their facility with solar power which i hear that's like a new hot thing that progressive people do the best thing about curtis in my humble opinion is a turnaround time on the brewers they have twenty four hour turnaround it's phenomenal if you've ever ordered a brewer for a wholesale client from someone else and waited and waited and waited for it to come in you know how frustrating that is so being able to get the brewer next day like that is absolutely amazing shoutout to you we'll record us their customer service is phenomenal and they just care they care about you they care about me and i care about them and that's why catcalled called podcast is brought to you by wilbur curtis on with the show yes oh man brilliant alex gave me some tammy st he made some digital love here the digital give me digital the digital i think we all sound great i think we i don't even need these headphones i don't even need to monitor this thing it's free in freaking brilliant all yeah hell no dude ken cloud podcast partner update edition with alex marce rule and sam sixty four kish forty two girl i'm chris bachus how's how's new update one of your journey coffee friends tagged us in a post always on that i'm such a jerk i saw it and i meant to write back in may to right back.

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"marce" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"marce" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"More part of coltie iras are open deflate exciting we're in it this year expansion i'm not ready my fox mount there's what you have there get off either me you just need run through sir marce more you'll get the the little i've done the training thing over thirty times rochus either i didn't get mine from the training honestly i think i was doing something just like world quest or something it dropped so i don't think you have to only get it from the weather training on the weather training i think initially it was the initial launch hit was but i think they've fixed it so you can get really anywhere in sir marks know for fact i'm pretty sure i was doing the world quest where you have to guide the little kitties back to its mom finish the quest or doing something there and i picked it up and people in chat got it from the misery just yeah see i thought it was the emissary well i think it also dropped in in the summa with the training i i'm thinking it's one of those items that because it dropped initially enough in the training became the stigma that it always dropped exactly that like so many thought people thought that you could only get from the weather training because people got it from whether training i unlocked all the quest here now i do the weather training every time it comes up and it's the same way where people still think it's gonna put gnomes but they thought the learn and in a kind of put in kiki stuff because it's kind of warcraft but it's also many workday players were invited to an event and we found out that it that is the workout three petitional happening every twenty seven twenty eight and it'll be featuring a number of classic competitors.

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