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"maytham" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"maytham" Discussed on Space Nuts
"This is the one that's got may super duper excited. They have been maytham. Plumes detected on enceladus one of moon's this is this is an ice giant. Isn't an ice moon. I should say with what's believed to be. Oceans underneath is is that correct. It is correct. Yeah and the evidence of that will many pieces of evidence for the structure of a rocky body with a global ocean over the top of a not a ice coating over the top of that at there. There is good evidence from different sources but in the case of enceladus it's really direct because of course the cassini spacecraft a very early on in the cassini mission detected these plumes of ice crystals spurting out of the cracks in the ice near until the south pole surreally really spectacular stuff. And i think it's still sense. Tingles down our spines. Just the fact that we've got these guys as of ice burg out of a body at the other end of the solar system quite remarkable did cassini actually fly through one of those god. I think yes several times. There were several because once they were discovered which was quite early in the mission the mission scientists may chill how several took it. I think within fifty kilometres of the surface of Sometimes a took to go through the blooms and so it was possible for the you know. The mass spectrometer equipment aboard the spacecraft to to san police things directly not just to look at the spectrum of the light coming from the exhaust plumes but actually fly through collect bits of ice effectively. Yeah which is what. They did Of course you've got to be careful when you do that I think they they were only really getting to the the core of these ice plumes quite light in the mission. Because you don't want to risk something big flying spacecraft hitting it if there was a large chunk but no it's it was from cassini that we know so much about these ice plumes now i remember when they released the results were released of the perhaps the the i really careful analysis of what was in them and it was As you've mentioned a maintain a plus a molecular hydrogen sometimes called die. Hydrogen and carbon dioxide. Those particular molecules were identified and immediately. The conclusion was drawn that they possibly coming from hyde hydrothermal vents. In the bottom of enceladus ocean. Now it's not proof of hydrothermal vents. But he's very strongly indicative of the hat of course partly because that's what you get from hydrates hydrothermal vents on the bottom of verse oceans. And that really got people excited. But what wasn't really commented on. The time was the high fraction of that You know the set of different molecules. That was actually maintain. A obama is sometimes pronounced that was higher-than-expected.
"maytham" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News
"This is the one that's got may super duper excited. They have been maytham. Plumes detected on enceladus one of moon's this is this is an ice giant. Isn't an ice moon. I should say with what's believed to be. Oceans underneath is is that correct. It is correct. Yeah and the evidence of that will many pieces of evidence for the structure of a rocky body with a global ocean over the top of a not a ice coating over the top of that There there is good evidence from different sources but in the case of enceladus It's really direct because of course the cassini spacecraft a very early on in the cassini mission detected these plumes of ice crystals spurting out of the cracks in the ice near until the south pole is really spectacular stuff. And i think it's still sense. Tingles down our spines. Just the fact that we've got these guys as of ice burg out of a body at the other end of the solar system quite remarkable did cassini actually fly through one of those guys. I think yes several times. There were several because once they were discovered which was quite early in the mission the mission scientists may chill how several took it. I think within fifty kilometres of the surface of Sometimes a took to go through the blooms and so it was possible for the you know. The mass spectrometer equipment aboard the spacecraft to to san police things directly not just to look at the spectrum of the light coming from the exhaust plumes but actually fly through collect bits of ice effectively. Yeah which is what. They did Of course you've got to be careful when you do that I think they they were only really getting to the the core of these ice plumes quite light in the mission. Because you don't want to risk something big flying spacecraft hitting it if there was a large chunk but no it's it was from cassini that we know so much about these ice plumes now i remember when they released the results were released of the paps the the i really careful analysis of what was in them and it was As you've mentioned a maintain a plus molecular hydrogen sometimes called die. Hydrogen and carbon dioxide. Those particular molecules were identified and immediately. The conclusion was drawn that they possibly coming from hyde hydrothermal vents. In the bottom of enceladus ocean. Now it's not proof of hydrothermal vents. But he's very strongly indicative of the hat of course partly because that's what you get from hydrates hydrothermal vents on the bottom of verse oceans. And that really got people excited. But what wasn't really commented on. The time was the high fraction of that You know the set of different molecules. That was actually maintain. A methane is sometimes pronounced that was higher-than-expected.
What's So Great About Montessori?
"So montessori is about following the child and people think well if georgia do whatever they like you know it must be complete chaos but it's this beautiful approach. mixed classrooms so for example. They'll be three to six year olds together in a clause six sixty nine year olds and nine to twelve year olds in class which means that the children who have been in the class longer can model and show the younger children how things work and the youngest children's devout really look up to the older children and the teacher they actually call them a guide because instead of standing at the front of the class. They're they're observing all the children all doing their own things and they can say which child needs some more assistance and which child needs the next lesson in something and they step in to help and then they step back To let the children get on a make all the discoveries for themselves so the types of activities that are available at these beautiful. It's a beautiful curriculum. This really rich maytham tactile hands on materials. So his love workbooks worksheets or copying off. A blackboard is really that you go over and you take an activity and you bring it to a table or work mass. there's activities that are done by themselves but is also once he can do with a partner or friend and then when you move into the six to twelve age groups you actually have a of different workspaces like table. You could work by yourself. But actually lots of big tables or workspaces where you can collaborate with many people of different age groups. So it's just all about. I didn't know let's find out. And then the children get to touch and feel and talk a lot about hands on learning because you may have read this and talked about it a lot before you understand things better when you actually concrete we hold them in your hands rather than just absorbing facts and a formula children montessori discovering the formulas themselves. it's really exciting
"maytham" Discussed on What It Takes
"Fungi was working on another ground making scientific development altogether when he heard about crisper for the first time something called upto genetics what is octo genetics is the technology that that we developed when when I was in Carl's lab and is a way to control brain cells by Shannon light on the challenge was sitting in the brain is the brain is very dense there many different types of cells and it's hard to know what sells what each cell does in this complicated organ and so one way or the study that is if we can stimulate individuals to see what happens we stimulated and or the other but because Brian so you have to have a way to control specifically cells in by making sells licenses you say you luminated off the cell's brain but only the ones I engineer to be able to respond to that illumination we'll get we'll get modulated author genetics is a way to do that and and we used it to study different brain circuitry Maldives sleep in arousal Memory and and and now of course many other scientists are using it to city all aspects of reinfection modulating brain cells means turning them on or turning them off so opt to genetics is a way to do that with light yeah by by shining light on different parts of brain we can be in turn their activities on or turn their functions off and and start a figurehead brain works it's been transformative for people who research brain function brain's big network of cells they're connected with each other and oneself sentencing to another and then that cell releasing though to yet more cells so we can stimulate one-cell than we can ask questions like what is the cell say to the next cell and when that signal goes across what does that tell the body to do and you can also do the experiment where you turn a sell off and see how does that interfere with some function of the body and does it cause you to not walk normally or does it interfere with memory formation and so so table to modulate brain cell function we can start to understand what is Brian Signal what what is the language that these cells are speaking to each other and genetics is being used for treatment not just for research for example in in a patient who has this is this is there is a particular region of the brain called the Salami nucleus would be sending too much activity and so by Zien away to modulate down the amount activity you can start to have the person or health have less tremor skills there's already one form of brain modulation Therapy is called deep brain stimulation and the way this is done is by implanting AH small very thin electrical wire in that region of the brain and the stimulating and those cells and we stimulate you can so turn them off and so this is one way that how do you more than ten thousand maybe almost one hundred thousand patients are already benefiting from but in order to apply this approach to treating other neurological diseases when to figure out what part of rain when you to modulate where which part of brain is a signal not going through properly and using genetics as a technique we can start to figure that out and that can form new a new treatment approaches right about now you're probably wondering why we went down this octo genetic rabbit hole in how we get back to crisper well Gal I can tho asked function exactly that question that's a good question when I was taught genetics there were three Major problems the first problem is how do we make resells sensitive to light because brain cells really not responsive to light and that was done by engineering Microbial proteins from from algae pulse come to make to those into pre sells and be able to turn his house on then the second challenge was how do you politely into the brain animals have a skull and so is If you shine light from outside the brain it doesn't get in and so what we came up with was a method to use a tiny fiber optic cable tools these are various thin as a piece of hair and you can implant that into a region in the brain and the you connect the other end to a laser so that live conducted directly into vision that you want to stimulate so then the final one was how do you control specific set of selves in the brain there are many different types of cells so when people say brain cells or neuron they don't mean a senior title is how many different kinds of cells so to get that type of specificity control one cell type believing the other cell types untouched you have to be able to use genetic manipulation to engineer the type that you want to control to carry on this this algae protein and that can be done using genome editing but around the When I was working genetics genome editing was still in the early days say it wasn't so easy to do and and probably by the time I was graduating from PhD degree? I thought this is the remaining challenge that I wanted to solve and that led me to Working on genome editing and a mirage in the desert that turns out to really be water there was crisper waiting for him to dive into when he arrived at Mit set up his lab. The water was so deep if I may continue the metaphor that his work continued well beyond what he needed for opt of genetics and when I first heard about crisper and learn that crisper can cut the A and potentially be used for Genome Eddie I thought if we can it is into a robust tool and then one day we can develop therapies based on it and and and nowadays there many researchers are advancing the analogy into the clinic already human patients have being in clinical trials have been treated with crisper and and I think in the coming years we'll find out how effectively the system can work and how many of these is apply this to how all the women that we know that that carry a gene that makes them more likely to have breast cancer. Can you edit that out Brecqhou bracket to these are these are mutations well known to correlate with a high risk for breast and ovarian cancers in women right now it would be difficult to use gene editing too correct correct that mutation not because we can't do it in individual cells but because it would be hard to correct did in every cell of the body so I think that's that's frankly one of the current challenges with the technology is just delivering it into cells and tissues and the reason that sickle cell anemia is one of the first targets clinically is because cells could be edited outside the body and then replaced and that can be done in a way where those cells then take over the blood supply in person and replace the cells that are defective with cells that are corrected in addition though to the human medical applications crisper is a very general technology that can be used in all living systems so there's so a lot of crisper work going on in agriculture we engineered crops to Maytham require less water to make them more cold temperature resistant and to Maytham more sustainable From the use of fertilizers and and other types of nutrients I fos foster in nitrogen and so so that will have enormous implications for farming and and and our bills feed the growing population it sounds like a fairly smooth journey in your career at toward these greater innovations. Have you also had setbacks times when you were frustrated I think as scientists we face Bax an experimental problems all the time but I think what is important are two things one and I enjoy the process of doing science it's not just getting to the result but the process of thinking about the problem dissecting the problem on and envisioning solutions intesting them that process is hugely enjoyable and second I work alone I work with me any other partners colleagues collaborators my own students and postdoctoral fellows and we're a team we are together working to try to solve some of the the challenges and that Team Spirit and team approach is is both we mutually inspire each other but also it makes these points a setback much more tolerable because we just say let's just move on and and we'll come up with a different solution you're not suffering alone NASA very low Jennifer Dow DNA like fung puts collaboration and the scientific process of discovery high on her list of what is most satisfying about the work.
"maytham" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"She was on the news. She had a baby prosecutor while on heroin, the baby's whereabouts. Have never been known. It seems to coincide with a story that Maytham was told about her avid in abortion. You get down to brass tacks girls drug addict, and she lied about her last name to him. Can you believe that they were able to find out this information as quickly and this guy, it's taken him nine years to come to some conclusion, I it's like I, I don't know how bad your spelling is because normally like do go will really help you fill it in for you. But, but yet they were able to do it, and it's like his co hosts now in it's like you know, it's like leads the female. But it's like I can't me. I felt her I found her Kylie lip kit. You know, look to be very distracting, the whole episode like that would very distracting to me. I agree with you. And I didn't enjoy that at the beginning of the episode. She bragged about how shoes basically famous now. I was like, who are like, who are you? I was able to recognize Aubrey o'day dog that an airport once it was, like I have no life. But even I have no idea who you are like I did not know what was happening. I, I think it's a severe loss. That max is not that Max's, no longer with us. I guarantee if like max had been with us. It would not have been the outcome that it was, I agree. Now follow up is, according to Snohomish county, corrections jail in mid inmate inquiry. Leah was arrested on June seventh two thousand nineteen so this last week and booked by sheriff's office on charges of drug paraphernalia possession driving, without a valid license. Won't she's a real dream. She.
"maytham" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Well, you know, maybe reintroduced himself. I just always wondered why especially in a league where there is a dearth of quarterbacks and we're teams are miserable right now. Why would you not say, hey, that's like well, not only that I think Maytham Peterman is going to be people's exhibit number one in Collin capper Knicks collusion case, I think they're gonna walk in. And they're going to say really, these NFL owners say my client was not giving a chance because of his ability. Here's the tape of my client in his last year playing football. Here's Nathan Peterman five interceptions in the first half. Yeah. I mean, there's just no way you can logically make that argument to to a person. That's that's fairly analyzed feel bad. Good for Nathan Peterman because years from now, we will always remember Nathan Peterman, as this example, right? Nathan Peterman worst quarterback ever that. We can think of is there worst quarterback off the top of your head the Nathan Peterman. No. Not that. I can think of for Nathan Peterman gotta live with that chat. All right funds. Put sixty seconds on the clock. I got game Mace. This is just for you. This is my final question question. Final push. A few years ago Rolling Stone came up with a list of the top one hundred TV shows ever made. I have the top twenty. I'm going to describe these to you. Let's see how many you can get in sixty seconds kind of like the birthday got. Okay. You ready? Okay. Ready? Go bar in Boston. Here's Larry David curb Spock captain Kirk Star Trek by David Lynch wrote. This comma gloss Faris Hawkeye radar. My favorite show ever, president Barton west. Okay. This was Garry shandling is a late night talk show. The Larry Sanders show good. This was. A show that came on after Johnny Carson comedian with a long beard now what sorry David Letterman good. This is your favorite show ever Kalisa. Okay. On this is Judd appetizers show only lasted for a year about high school and how awkward. Okay. This Jon Stewart became famous on the daily show Archie bunker, Allen, the family Tina Fey, Amy Poehler. The Seth Meyers. Rod Serling twilight zone. Bart..
"maytham" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show
"I honestly I have respect for him. I know you feed them until lable. I do not hate him. I actually love him. And you're not his game. I'm not getting personal versus nothing personal. He's not playing. Well as a quarterback. Here's why I hate to Joe again, my entire life was built around the notion that if you are the best you will get your opportunity, right? So I literally devoted everything in my life to play in the NFL under the guise that once I got there and showed I belong that. I would be able to stay there. And once I showed I had the ability in more than the rest, I would give opportunity so for a guy. I don't call it. Resolve that Nathan. Him in as the starter. I call it. Stupidity. I call it going against the football gods. I call it. There will be a rack to come down on the Buffalo Bills that will stink forever. Why do you put in this kid in the game? Are you kidding me? He is terrible. Go find someone on the street. You mean to tell me Derek Anderson who was golfing for the last year, he's been scratching his butt eating bon-bons and watching scandal marathons on whatever network it's on and he came in. And he was a better quarterback than what you have in in in your locker room. So go find somebody else. This is not the best. This is not one of the thirty two best quarterbacks vailable period. He should not be starting. And I feel like there should be a stain on the head coach whoever keeps putting this guy in they should wear the interceptions with and they should wear the terrible passer rating, they should wear the terrible results. And all of that. There is no world where a guy should get this many chances in professional football and play as bad as he has. What do you do? It's not options there already tried to go with the armchair golfer, and Derek Anderson, and he got hurt they decide to row prior to rail. The prior is a better option than Nathan Peterman at quarterback. Go look go look at their passer rating stats I wanna say throw prize career passer ratings like seventy nine quarterback rating. Nathan Peterman is like thirty five mode. You're saying that's bad. Most new passer rating the Nathan Peterman. I'm sorry, again, if it's families listening. I'm sorry. I apologize. I don't it's not personal. This is a I wouldn't go to the NBA and expects them wanna start me at the two. I'm not good and win the fans and everyone tells me like, yeah, why Andrew Hawkins starred net to for the Portland trailblazers. My family's not going to be offended. I don't belong here. I'm not good enough to be there. I tried. I shouldn't be there. That's that's just my. That's my thinking. I'm sorry. So one thing is for sure is that Maytham peterman's family has already one star rated us and unsubscribe their Tomahawks descriptions, all his family listening to the show. All right, man. Let's move on. I think it's time for the match ups of the week the Tomahawk matchups of the week at a brand who do you got hawk? I got the Rams and saints too high powered offense except the Rams have a good defense as well. So I wanna see the Rams defense against the saints offense. I think that will be the determining factor for the game. But. These are the two leaders in my two picks to go to Super Bowl, and I say to pick because I picked two different teams one in the ESPN and one here on the time I'll show just a little bit a little bit..
"maytham" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Nathan, what a scintillating and witty performance things on the edge of my seat now is just trying not to crack up all those beautiful moments that you that you gave us just now you're such a talented musician, but you don't come from a musical family. Tell us about your folks. My dad's doctor of computer science, and so he's very oriented towards math and science. My mom's home, Mia may brother, and honestly, I think she has one of the hardest jobs in the world. It's even harder because she has to travel me wherever I perform because I'm minor. So she's, she's, she's got her fulltime job. Just keeping up with you and got really quite a quite a career going. What is your brother? I know he played for well, but now he's in a competitive endeavor. He's very smart guy, amazing academics and everything. And as hobby. He speeds skates and he's quite get. Excellent. So your brother's speedskater but you yourself. I hear what you tell me. You're not very athletic. Tell everybody the story about what happened on the first day of PE in seventh grade. So I walk into the gym or starting off by doing some warm up exercises. Specifically, the sun was a high knee running exercise, and I somehow managed to smash my knee against Maytham and I spray them didn't Did you. you have competition coming up? Keep in mind. This was one week before huge competition that was taking part in. So as he can as as you could have imagined, I was terrified and. At home, I might them and I practiced away from the piano by looking at the music and studying it kind of like looking at a textbook, memorizing them for mation. And I think it was a great learning experience because those evil to develop a new way of practicing the comforting turned great. So. Oh, wells ends. Well, gosh. Take care of those hands. Fantastic. We wish you all the best of luck. Thank you, Nathan. Thank you so much. Two year old count them, some Washington..
"maytham" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast
"To Joe, which moves so fast that Joe while making some effort to suggest by his attitude, thought the ball was going to be a fault. Nevertheless was unable to get near with his racket score. Fifteen of service to me, I had had time to gauge the speed of the serve. And the next one did in fact grazie edge of my racket. Thirty love now Maytham serving against Joe, who this time is four came straight towards him was able by grasping the Reckitt firmly with both hands to receive the ball on the strings. Whereupon the ball shot back to the other side and volleyed into the stock netting near the ground behind Brown's feet. Now here comes a moment on which not only this match, but so much of a future British sport was to turn score forty, love Jody walks to the net. Kindly say, clearly please, whether the ball was in or out. Crew to our is a stone-age implement but beautifully accurate regretfully accurate gains manship for nineteen thirty nineteen thirty. One student was realized that these two young men were both in the highest degree charming well-mannered young men. Perfect in this sportsmanship and behavior Smith stop dead. I'm so sorry. I thought it was out the ball that has remember had hit the bat, netting, twelve feet behind him before touching the ground. But what did you think Brown Brown? I thought it was out do let's have it again Jodi. No, I don't want to have it again only one to say clearly if you will, whether the ball is in or out. There is nothing more putting off too young university players in the slight suggestion there, etiquette, all sportsmanship is in question. Smith sends double for to me another double fault to Joe. He didn't get in another Acer to halfway through the third set of match which, incidentally we won. It's fantastic. It's it's undetectable. DC isn't it? Yes, exactly. He's very nicely. Put. It comes constantly, constantly agreeing with your opponent and almost encouraging them. Yes, also considered the the balance of sportsmanship and gains manship which I think is important to mention. Gamesmanship should never become bad sportsmanship loss, but can still give you the edge. So in tennis, for example, he suggests ploys social shouting shot very loudly. Each of your opponent's winners. Or consistently getting the score on in your opponents favor. Engulf on this subject that spending ridiculously longtime searching for your own loss ball is bad sportsmanship, but spending an absurdity longtime, looking, urine of Ponant ball. Excellent..
"maytham" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"So. We're gonna know all these things by week, five because nobody knows anything yet, and that's the way it works. What have you got for us this week? We're early in the week in. This point, you know, we it's harder to appear down all the selections. The lines haven't stabilized. It's harder to early in the week. You can't get get down quite as much money. So I'm gonna give five six this week just because it's a little bit early. Okay. The first one is Cincinnati, which is a pick him over Baltimore, a hat Cincinnati. Last week they started slow, but overcame some turnovers and. You know guy getting thrown out of the game excetera to to beat indie Baltimore had a great great game last week, but that was over a buffalo team who you know, I think people believe will be one of the worst teams in the league. If not the worst team and Maytham Peterman you know, my partner, rivers Peabody does a lot of comps on these players, and he thinks that Peterman is the seventy third worst quarter seventy. Third best quarterback in the NFL seventy present. How many seventy. He would have rated as the seventy third quarter basis shown Kaiser wants to know. So you're gonna take Cincinnati. Yeah, since he pick him over over Baltimore. Okay. And then I'm actually going to go and stick with my guns on KC being a bit overrated, especially after last week. Pitt being a bit underrated actually, even though we got that Cleveland win, we probably shouldn't have. I mean, Cleveland was out gained five point nine yards per played a three point. Eight yards per play, had a five plus five turnover differential and still had, you know, had a tie and to to get five turnovers more and not wait a receipt learners and not with pretty incredible. So only being a five point favorite over Casey at home. I think that's a, that's a value on the Steelers there where we're sort of people are are very much overreacting to we want. I certainly did. I Pittsburgh looked terrible, and I thought Rothlisberger particularly in the fourth. Quarter looked inept, and I was wondering if Pittsburgh was going to take a big fall, so you're going the other way from me on that. So that's interesting. It's just interesting, right because they only I mean, obviously the conditions were really poor, but their defense only gave up three point eight yards per play an offense. They gained five point, nine yards per play against a pretty good Cleveland defense. I think we'll by the end of the year, we'll definitely say that Cleveland defense was pretty strong. Okay. What else. I'm gonna go back to Tampa plus three. Really? Yeah, I am. I mean, obviously Tampa have this sort of incredible game and maybe they're going to come back to reality, but I'm gonna still stick with the fact that you know Ryan Fitzpatrick is more than serviceable..
"maytham" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"It was the first one I was able to click on, clicked on it and guy was like looking right now, super horny. Wanting to be a top. I didn't know what a top was. And so I was like, okay, sure. And he's like Email me for like address and Santa face pitcher. So I sent her face pitcher. I was like, oh, I'm interested didn't know what he looked like though, and he's like, yeah, you're really cute. Let's meet up. He's like, here's this address, okay, you get in your car and you and you're like, I'm gonna. Go meet a stranger and have sex. Yeah, I felt educated. I was like, oh, you know, I went through a website like because like for me nor remember I grew very naive, like I, I didn't know where like even a penis went and vagina. Nathan got in his car and drove, but the address he had wasn't a house or in apartment or a hotel. L. or a motel it was an abandoned cement warehouse. And I, I was like, okay, maybe it's nicer on the inside. Any opens the door and it's just nothing in there just like empty cement rooms. And then he locks the door behind me. I was scared out of my mind. I was like, I was chasing like fucking Craig. Craig did me so dirty. I was like, fuck Craig, Craig. So he takes me. He locks the door and he's like, okay, follow me. And so I was like, okay, I guess I'm following him and then we go into this room and it was just a cement box literally with like all beat up link on the ground. And he's k. lay down there and take off your pants, and then he ship naked and he's like, put your legs up. I was like, why? And bought it being bought a boom. He topped me and I am just laying there looking at the cement wall. I'm not making any noises and just have a couple tears coming out because I felt so dirty. I felt so dirty and I felt so used. My family is home. I walked like, oh, I was like, oh, I just went and got job juice with some friends and then went downstairs showered and pretend like it never happened. Nathan's first time was phone and also just as a fact-finding mission successful. I was like, I was attracted and it was a crazy experience and it was scary. But it proved to me that I was attracted to males. And yeah, it wasn't the best experienced figure that out, but it did it for me. He has confirmation. He's getting and Mormon. So. What is your faith like at this point. Struggling struggling beyond words. So I thought because I did that that I should repent. So I would try shop. I called him that night actually. And I said, I had sex with a woman and I need to repent for what I have done because I feel horrible about it. And he doesn't know it's a male in my mind. I was like, but you know, God knows it's a male and sex is sex. And so I started my repentance process and their appendi- process for having sex in the Mormon church is long. So it's twelve months. And you're not allowed to take the sacrament. During those twelve months, you're not allowed to do anything at church. You can arrive, but you can't speak. And so you just have to sit there during the three hours and just listen during those months, I went to work school entered, and that's it and nothing else. Nothing more. I didn't really hang out with anyone unless someone asked me and I just went through the process trying to focus full E ON God. Maytham finished his repentance, but he didn't finish with being gay. He knew he had more to do and the time had come to ask for help like actual help. He needed to let someone in to tell someone for the first time the truth about what he was struggling with. So does some really hard. He called his Bishop again and goes to see. Again. I'm in his office at the church, and I was like, I need to tell you something. I didn't tell the guy, but I was like ideal same sex attraction..
"maytham" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"So we're back Nathan was on his two year mission for six months for six months. He had to spend all of his time pretending to be faithful straight, Mormon, man. And now at his request being sent home, and this is a big deal, your mission is a big deal. It's not like you're just allowed to come and go as you please. It's not like a vacation, it's not even work. It's you're calling from your faith. So it's looked down upon when someone ditches early, no matter why they ditch early and Nathan's family new part of the truth that he came home because of his body and his depression, but other people, they just kinda let that rumor mill kickin. They said, rumors of me like sleeping with women which didn't by my. I was chuckling like, no other they are. Yup. That's me. I'm holding around all of these women all the time. Those sister missionaries, though. And they just like I had friends just shut me because I came home early Maytham went back to living with his parents. He enrolled in college. He got a job and he just focused on that. But the only thing that had been resolved was Nathan's location. He wasn't on the mission anymore, but he was still struggling with his sexuality and his religion. He still had so many questions. I was sitting in my parents living room. It was a, it was like a Saturday afternoon, like probably like three o'clock. And I was like, you know what? I'm never gonna know if I'm actually this. I just have just have full on sex with a guy. So I was like, I don't know how to do that though. And. I googled. I was like ways to have sex with guys and and. The first thing that came up with Craigslist, and it was like their private area, you know, like where you could like search like men for men, women for women, whatever. Yeah, yeah. So click on that, and there was the first one..
"maytham" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"When I was in middle school, we'll actually one thing you need to know about me is that I can't eat chocolate now that I don't want to. I really actually want to chocolate. I just can't. I'm what you call a super taster. So for me, a Regula chocolate coffee, all that kind of stuff. He's extremely bitter to me. So I I can't eat it Trump what chocolate love. Cousin. So what I would do by sister and I would go trick or treating and we'd take all the candies together and then I would create chocolate creations out of them. Then I'd bring them to my friends at school and they liked it. So I was like, well, if you like it, then you're probably going to buy it. So then packaging them charging them twenty five cents for three little balls and then went crazy for it. So then our value packs adding cookies and rocky road bars and stuff. And I had my first business partner in middle school in high school. All the other middle schools had heard about it apparently. And so everyone was like, oh, you're, you're Cassie, the cookie girl, right? And Yep, that's me. And then so I carry this huge bag with me to school every single day. And then some kids were so addicted. I mean, obviously with sugar that they're like, Cassie, please let me sell for you. So student poise under me selling. So we had this massive thing going across campus drug dealer, exactly. Drug dealer. Imagine being in Spanish class and people like underneath table. Like going like this. That's how it was passed. Fifteen hands getting record. Oh yeah. But a cream cookie sandwiches in Evanston. Chocolate chip anything sugar snicker do still Maytham. I don't need some of those right now. What we should do that. So the crazy thing is that it got so big that school had to shut me down. They got in trouble. Oh yeah, for sure. But that story got me the full right scholarship to college. So paying off. So. Yeah, comfortable ride scholarship? Yeah, dream. Well, we're happy with them. They were happy with that, but they can always find something wrong with the always judging you, is it cool that your childhood dream was to be in fashion, right? Fascism. Now you have a fitness fashion line. Isn't that right? That is so cool. Like you're feeling this childhood dream and.
"maytham" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Fully my answer. You can go to Boston College Purdue for under ten dollars a couple other options. Georgia Tech pit under ten dollars. BC wake is under ten dollars a couple other options involving group of five schools, Ohio at Virginia. Do you want to go see Maytham Rourke coming TSA at Kansas state, Kansas state. Excuse me. You can see Minnesota Maryland, which feels like it could be like totally legit. Hold on. That was going to be my answer. Okay. Now I don't know where things are headed now, given what we discuss at the top of the show, but Minnesota and Maryland were two teams that I was pretty bullish on when we did our big ten previous. So that was going to be my answer. Yeah, those those teams are both on your plucking this ranking. So that's. Thought about answer. I would go see North Texas at Arkansas for under ten dollars. Again, group of five school. I know temple at Maryland's, Jeff Collins finish pretty strong there for the owls. And my final one is Wyoming at Missouri under ten dollars has of right now those to get in prices bargain basement, prices right there. Yeah. Next question, who will be further along in twenty twenty in terms of winning the big ten west Purdue or Nebraska. My answer in that comes to us by Tyler. My answer is Nebraska because I am positive. Their coach will be there in twenty twenty. Are you now? Yes, posits frosting. The coach, Nebraska in two years. Yeah, I think that's probably a fair bet. I am not positive to your point about Jeff Brom whether or not he's going to be at Purdue. Also. I think that Nebraska is starting for much different point and Perdue. They're really trying to rebuild the talent pool in west Lafayette in a way that I don't think they quite have to. Nebraska may wants to know who. Do you think is the player or team for that matter most likely to earn the quotes in a losing effort, Monica this season, and this is where I edit Torey allies. It's either many Wilkins are Khalil Tate and they're all the same state. There are other answers I have, but so correct me if I'm wrong tie because his my interpretation of thing, we, I don't know if we invented, but we definitely celebrate harder than anybody. Sure, an offensive player who puts up a productive game to the point where you have to mention it, even though that team lost in the vein of Nick foles and what he did it Arizona. Right? So Khalil Tate very much carrying on that tradition carrying the torch in Tucson? Yes, I would say of the pack twelve. Those are the two teams. McLane Carter, I think is going to start a quarterback for Texas Tech, and that's always a pretty good guess about somebody who could put up a bunch of yards and impressive fashion in a losing effort. I don't know if I'd necessarily have somebody tie Johnson, Maryland, tie Johnson could be in there. I mean, I think drew locks and obvious answer. Oh, great answer. I also think you could make a pretty good case for will Greer at. Well. Yeah. I know you've been down on the West Virginia defense, so I don't know if they're going to in ten, but if the defense goes south, you could see five and seven, six and six with a huge performance all year. By Greer provided he stays healthy. Given that he's got David sills coming back, wildcard, Puma pass. Okay. Yeah, sure. Level with the defense. Yeah. Oh, God, I feel pretty good if Puma passes. Good. John passes. Good. There's some some pretty striking potential. There Gardner Minhsiu the presumed starter state, Washington state. I know their defense actually should be pretty good, but I think they're gonna lose a few. I don't think they're making a ball game this year. So I think those are few decent ones where we go next next. Let's go to as I scroll seventeen pages of questions here. This questions. Amazing. I don't know if we want to save about TV getting locked on a channel. Let's say that for Sunday..
"maytham" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"We had to abandon that and they were going to go back to a later, but there was another part of the protocol and that was to have a weather balloon and they'd ordered the exact same weather balloon that we used for our test. Now there's a town to towns over. That's like, we saw your photo. I bet there was a UFO siding this night. Yeah, they attached it at the end of a long rope, and they had a military grade flashlight that Nathan put at the end of the rope that was sealed in at the end of the balloon so that it was shining into the balloon illuminating it essentially. And so then that whole structure was at the end of the rope and he'd gotten helium tanks, which are very expensive. We've learned will running the test and along the rope, he had tied every ten feet, a different colored glow stick. Wow. Which we didn't expect would be visible from the other side, but still great idea to visually Mark it off. And sorry, who did all this Maytham Nathan bearded Nathan who was running this. So we at least had that still there and also you could shine. They kept mentioning the sun gun. They had. We've got this immensely, bright light, the sun gun opting. Why don't we just use the sun gun? Why. You know, why shouldn't we be able to see that from the other side as well. But then when they finally brought out the sun good. I mean it was a bright flashlight, but it was about the same brightness, Andrews LED thing. So it wasn't buying too much, but we could also shine that at the balloon to make that more visible. So just with that one small adjustment, we drove back to the other side and half hour drive, so three AM. Yeah, and we won't have this thirty five foot tall structure to be looking at setup the time lapse for any of that. But at least we'll be able to look for this balloon and repeat the laser experiment and all the time. It's been looking nice and clear, really beautiful night and so, okay. Well, let's let's go see what happens is the second time. They were also talking about running additional tests. They were going to set up different stations at the north and south of the lake. So you'd have thirty three miles distance and a lot more hidden target length than the other side and they were going to send up flares at regular. Intervals around. They had all these other protocol ideas. We didn't end up doing those, but we went to the other side this time. It was Sydney, Caroline, Nathan myself, Spencer Jim because we wanted to leave from that side. This time we weren't gonna do the whole drive back. So most of us were now on this other side, but Wendell had stayed back on the opposite shore. I think Alex had as well. Are you all driving over in separate cars or like was sitting in your car said he was not in the car? Okay, too bad indeed. So we get to the other side and we start repeating the laser thing except this time we can't do that..
"maytham" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Them from at ties schmidt at evin foxy and myself are we appreciate you farrakkhan with us on this thursday hope you enjoyed johnny hecker kyle busch stu fire thank you for your peers and after the show ends here in about a minute and a half maybe a minute there's a conversation i have with heart rare heartland radio host at sean maytham they you're just going to you're going to enjoy i think it's going to be like when you get no rabbit whole on youtube and you start listening it's is going to continue to listen because the conversation this sean late them characters gotta lazy is the 20dollar chef he makes good meals he's a stand up comedian i learned something in a very interesting about him today and i think you can enjoy this conversation if you decide turnoff catch up with arlene radio mondays and wednesdays we'll see you tomorrow with another incredible show we got a good one gum for tomorrow i'm gonna send you in the weekend dorsey dolan like a month or cacuso have a great one thank you for listening to the mac official walking in to the studio with a ball of energy a man who has a host of the heartland radio show which is every monday in wednesday podcast get where podcasts are at sean letham who told a story yesterday about being a prison guard and being well liked by the inmates that i never heard about so i was like bro need to hear this medium everything about this in people you're a prison guard who was friends with the prisoners well i wasn't technically friends with them before i got in there.
"maytham" Discussed on Overdue
"Eventually ended up living out the rest of her life here but for most of her life yes she would spat she would at least like once a year usually do these transatlantic trips well and in the early nineteen 'oughts on what they called it back then uh she had taken up residence at maytham hall which was like a pretty large state in england um she wasn't there continuously like she had like a breakdown at one point in and moved back to the states and spent some time and its interim um she did not stay would swanbourne at the ras for life they lost a son to tb and then they got divorced in then uh she married again than than divorced acai than was one of the it's a lot of it's a lot of interesting stuff in there like oh there were some her go ahead go ahead go go ahead nudges like she says she in the feds and swan were married for awhile but i like they both they both new the marriage was ending a while before they got four so they're here they arranged for him to live in apartment that was separate from their house so that eventually they could get divorced on grounds of like desertion and about is back in the day obviously a divorce laws was were it was a lot more stringent than it is today and so women in particular thing needed like really good concrete reasons to be able to get a divorce from anybody oh sure and so they're they're thing was like oh legally he deserted me and so this is why i am leaving him wasn't an article in the post about it.