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What's In A Scientific Name
"From loon example of a trial by in Hunan China called Hans Solo to a butterfly Pea flour reminiscent of Georgia. Oh painting called Couture Couturier Turn Tia. The naming of species offers almost as much in the way of entertainment as it does scientific classification. The official rules for naming species set down by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature are surprisingly simple. The name must be spelled with the Latin alphabet and must not be overtly offensive and that's pretty much it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Most of US know that the animals we call by single name such as a horse actually had a two part name in that case equis Columbus. In contrast to astronomical bodies like stars, Asteroids and planets which are under strict naming conventions overseen by committees, there's almost unfettered freedom it comes to zoological nomenclature. The name can even be on sense string of arbitrary letters. While there is a wealth of name fascination to report on from plants to drugs to telescopes. Ourselves today to the Animal Kingdom. For as long as we have had records and probably longer mankind has sought to classify the world around us in an effort to begin to understand it. This is called taxonomy the study of the general principles of scientific classification from the Greek words for order or arrangement and science. Three centuries before the common era aristotle grouped animals I by similarities like where they lived and then hierarchically with humans naturally at the top. Not, every animal fit well into this system though ducks posed a particular problem as they had the bothersome habit of living on water on land and spending time in the air. It would be eighteen hundred years before another natural philosopher as scientists were called, then would try their hand such as Andrei sessile, Pino Italian physician, and botanist who sorted plants by the structure of their fruits and seeds. The first scientist to use a binomial or to name system that we would recognize was Swiss botanist guest sparred Boeing. Some six thousand plants by genus and species in sixteen, twenty three. There were several inconsistent and sometimes conflicting systems of classification already in use when Carolina's wrote his. SYSTEMA naturally in seventeen, thirty five. Laying down the system we use to this day. Lena's was first taxonomic east to list humans as a primate, but he also originally classified whales as. All living things were sorted into them, Feilim class order, family, genus, and species. Many of US memorized that in middle school by way of a new monarch like King Philip came over from great Spain. Housecat for example, is kingdom and Amelia filed them cor data meaning it has spinal cord. Class Mammalia order can Adora family feel a day genus fearless and species cactus. A lion diverges at the genus Pan Terra, which awesomely means reaper of all and species. Leo. So the scientific name for Lion Is Penn Tara Leo. This system can be visualized as an enormous branching tree with its trunk, very broad and its branches increasingly specific. We. Still name some animals in accordance with their appearance with a little poetic license thrown in for good measure. The tiniest and most pastelle of the armored mammals was christened the pink fairy armadillo. A. Hand Size Lizard with a gift from a meese camouflage was given the fairly metal moniker satanic leaf tailed Gecko. It's actual religious beliefs remain a mystery. As advertised, the star nosed mole has a burst of delicate sensory tendrils on the tip of its snout. Also, sacks myuka Flores is an unappealing worm who lives off the bones of dead whales which would explain its name bone eating snot flower. A bacterium that was taken to the International Space Station, and exposed to cosmic radiation earned the Latin moniker for traveler of the void. China boasts a salamander species that can grow to a whopping one point. Eight meters were nearly six feet long. It goes by the name. Hell Bender and this reporter for one will not argue with it.
What's Working Right Now
"These are some good back to ones that we and our listeners have found useful to sort of set in place to make all of this a little easier and as we were leading off the number one thing. I put something on the facebook group which you should join. Everyone is sharing really good resources and information there and I would like you to go to facebook dot com forward slash. Whatever shell cast like the page joined the group and one of the things that people are talking about the leadoff issue is the Diet thinks so I thought we would start by trying to make anxiety a little easier and I have a couple of things that are helping my anxiety amy. Hopefully you have a couple. Should I lead off with mine? Yeah tell us first of all time and I will say I feel like we're out on the leading edge a little Bit New York so I can say I feel like I've come over the anxiety. I'm flattening the anxiety curve. I think is what I'm saying like the beginning for me was three o'clock cold sweat wakeup really scared. All the time and I will say like the time has calmed me down a little bit which is hopefully helpful to someone. Who's maybe a little bit later on the curve than me but the number one thing that I have cut down on is the constant refreshing of twitter and other forms of social media and like looking at are they epidemiological charts. There is something comforting about refreshing them every six seconds but I have found just stepping away from them is the better choice. I am very behind you. I'm still nearing my peak of being single. Most well informed person about it in the Western Hemisphere. You want to know anything about anything. I definitely just checked twitter and I can tell you all about it. That's your safe-space though. Like information is your safe-space. Yeah I would gently offered to you that in the same way that I was sick to my husband. I need to check the charts because I'm in charge of this like the same way. I need to keep my eye on the ground at all time in a plane to keep the plane flying correctly. I mean I need to check the charts because somehow I'm controlling. This was my mind. I think if you can cut that cord it is probably better for your mental health. You know I haven't been like I'm sleeping fine at night. I'm sleeping like a stone. I think I'm so exhausted but during the day I am perhaps a little quick to lose my patients. I certainly feel like whenever I do. My patients it is a well earned loss of patients. It is I have held my tongue eighteen times not once more but judging from the reaction on my kids faces sometimes to them. It seems like it comes out of nowhere and I suppose that's sort of like me spilling over is probably yeah. You're running a little hot probably. That's probably yeah. It's probably where I'm expressing it instead of a three. Am So I'm going to take the no. Yeah I would generally put in your path that less of cessive checking of the curves is probably better for you. Okay you can put that down. There are some really smart people in charge of it and you obsessively checking is actually not helping in any way and might be making you more. You Know Edgy. Shall we say you know what I'm GonNa do right now with that? I'm going to take that note. Can I explain about that? Yes that's in Showbiz right. So when like the director you did a run through of act one and the directors like amy. I'm GonNa need you to start your cross to the table earlier because if you don't fluffed the pillows by the beginning of that line he doesn't have the cue to say. Why used fluffing the pillows. If I then say we have what I know but I can't do that unless he is very bad etiquette in the theater they give you a note you say okay and you take the note and you might disagree with it and you might pick it up with the director later but in the moment. You don't explain why that request of you is wrong or misplaced. Somehow you take the note. It is something I've been working on with my kids for seventeen and a half years now and it's something we can all do for one. Another right now. Take the note. It's not easy. I'm not good at it and it also always depends on your who you get it from right there. People from you can't take notes and people for Ken. I think. Opening yourself up to try to be like how can I make? This better is worthwhile. Yes other things exiled. They've been helping me. It's like the goofy breathing gifts. You know what I'm talking about. We'll just linked to UNSEE. You can see them but if you go to gifty or any gift site and you type breathing exercise. They're like visual representations of breathing in and out and I don't do great with like the lying down and the voice breathing. I don't know it bothers me My daughter finds that. Make sure she swears it makes her more nervous to listen to like meditation. Breathing tapes weirdly. I'm with her like sometimes it's like I get a wrong voice and it really agitates me but these and I have a kid who gets a little over a what do you call it. He freaks out and I have found that they work really nicely with him. They just serve. Visual representations have had a breathe for five minutes and they've been helping me a lot with my anxiousness Anne Marie who is one of our top fans on instagram and facebook. She mentioned this grounding exercise that I make sure to put up on social media this week which is like fine five things you can see find four things you can hear. Find three things you can smell you know. Find four things you can touch. Whatever it's I'm getting the specifics of it wrong. But it's basically that go through each one of your senses and do a full inventory of everything you're able to hear right now in an immediately grounds you. I've tried it works really well. That's like take the note thing for me because often these things sound so to quote a meese grandma tweet tweet demand like I really don't have time to count the things I can say. I'm way to busy keeping the world going with my mind but I think it is helpful and I always know it's helpful but in times like this I found like oh. I actually really need to spend some time. Every day not holding the scary at bay by scrolling twitter but spending some time in some sort of state of mindfulness or roundedness. And like if you know me. I can't believe my tongue didn't just fall out of my head when I said that but it's been helping me and I would highly recommend it. Revenge the upside down right now in every way I know well we are in the upside down and the other thing that is my touchstone in. This is in terms of like my problem. Which is maybe not everyone's problem with anxiety is like holding it away from me like it's too scary to think about so I let it. Just become this monster in the closet and I go about my day like say day busy. Scroll twitter read. The chart is the curve. Bending and one of the things that I work on and I work on this with my anxious. Kids is like let's name it. What's The scariest thing that will happen? And we've talked about this previously so I won't linger on put like go through it. What are we scared of? You know. There's a related article? I'M GONNA put a link on the Shenoy to this episode at what Russia PODCAST DOT COM or. They might be in your operate now. You can look child psych named Helen. Dodd what an article for the conversation about this whole moment and she points out that free play for kids. It's essential in this moment that free play without us telling them what to do that. We really should take a step back. It's not only okay mom. It is a fact. It's their work. You know little children and she made a point that I hadn't really considered. Which was that you may over here. You see your kids. Play acting this moment in ways. That may seem like something. You really need to clamp down on and that you shouldn't because she says that free play even about this moment can help kids make sense of the things they find hard to
Trump awards Medal of Freedom to Ed Meese
"President trump is honoring former Attorney General ed Meese with the medal of freedom I want to thank you I want to thank you for your incredible lifetime of exceptional service and of devotion to our country mace was a key figure in the Ronald Reagan era during a White House ceremony president trump called me he's an inspiration to liberty loving citizens everywhere he also praised means as
Trump awards Medal of Freedom to Ed Meese
"News president trump is honoring Ronald Reagan's former Attorney General ed Meese today with the presidential medal of freedom I want to thank you I want to thank you for your incredible lifetime of exceptional service and of devotion to our country during a White House ceremony the president called me is an inspiration to liberty loving citizens everywhere he also praised Meese as a fighter for freedom and a champion of law and order the medal of freedom is the nation's highest civilian honor ed Meese expressed his gratitude to president Reagan and I will always be indebted to him not only for the honor he did by having me a build a hundred I need to serve under his leadership for thirty
STEMinists: Mary Engle Pennington
"Should all feel grateful towards she advanced the science related to a key appliance. You use every single day and probably take for granted the refrigerator. We're talking about. Mary Engle Pennington Mary Engle Pennington was born in eighteen seventy two in Nashville Tennessee see soon after she was born Mary's family her mother father and younger sister moved to Philadelphia to be closer to her mother's wealthy quaker relatives. Mary's parents ordered their daughters interests and hobbies as a result. Mary learned to garden with her father. At a young age she also Oh love to read and spent hours on end at her local library. It was there that she had her first break. Through all reading the book on Medical Chemistry Mary Very was studying a chapter on nitrogen and oxygen when something clicked she later told The New Yorker. I realized Liberty Hoop that although I couldn't touch taste or smell them the really existed it was a milestone. Mary was twelve years old when she had that. Aha moment and from that point on she wanted to learn everything she could about chemistry. Unfortunately the rest of society wasn't so keen on Mary's budding in curiosity at that time studying scientists considered unladylike. Mary tried to convince the head of her boarding school to allow her awesome instruction in chemistry but the headmistress refused still Mary's fascination with medical book didn't go away she went to the university -versity of Pennsylvania which was located near her house and demanded a professor there. Give her some instruction. Despite the fact that she was still only twelve years old the professor told her he would consider teaching her if she learned to read and spell the words in the book and returned when she was older though she didn't didn't return to that specific professor she did return to the University of Pennsylvania in eighteen ninety s she was the only woman in her class and studied chemistry and biology in the university town scientific school to earn a certificate of proficiency she had to settle for that instead of a Bachelor's slurs degree which was denied due to her gender nevertheless she returned and earned a PhD in the same field in eighteen ninety five the University of Pennsylvania was one of the only schools to get doctorate degrees to women at that time after graduating with her PhD. Mary created her own lab. The Philadelphia Clinical Laboratory to analyze different bacteria. She took aim at the ice cream supply she she educated farmers about safety practices while handling raw milk in order to prevent outbreaks of sickness in Nineteen Zero Five Mary Bet Harvey Wiley a famous chemist and the two began working together on cold storage and refrigeration the next year thanks in part art to Harvey Wiley the Pure Food and drug act passed which tightened regulations on food labelling and safety the government created the bureau of chemistries mysteries food research lab to help fulfill the safety requirements outlined in the law and Harvey Wanted Mary to be in charge after all she got the top top score on the exam required to enter Federal Service. Harvey was so sure that Mary was the best choice but he tried to conceal the fact that she was a woman woman. I referring to her only as Emmy Pennington on the necessary paperwork his trickery was soon discovered but harvey continued the fight by arguing that Mary couldn't be denied simply on account of gender. Mary was hired to leave the lab her work in that lab established. The foundation of today's food knowledge that keeping bacteria count low and refrigerated foods like milk eggs and cheese is instrumental to food safety. She also also developed standards for processing chickens for food led an investigation of the refrigerated boxcar and served on Herbert hoovers war food administration station during World War One in nineteen nineteen. Mary left her work for the federal government to continue research in her own lab about the safety of frozen foods foods through her later research. She discovered that freezing food was a more viable storage method than canning or smoking during her career. Mary won the Garvan Olin Medal the highest award given to women in the American Chemical Society in Nineteen twenty-three she was is recognized by the American Society of heating refrigeration and air conditioning engineers as the greatest American expert on home refrigeration. She's also also in the National Women's hall of fame throughout her career. Mary encouraged young women to participate in the sciences including her own meese who also went on to pursue a stem degree. Mary passed away in a hospital in nineteen fifty two. She was eighty years old. Today we might take Mary and go Pennington Science for granted but she helped save millions of lives by educating society about food safety
"meese" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Guys clearing tonight, low sixty nine another chance for showers tomorrow, high eighty four seventy five Reagan national, I'm really fun. Washington's mall, may Al rose underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker, somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Everybody, Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. I must say all the media I do. This is where I'm the most comfortable. I really am. This is where the most comfortable radio. Man, there's so much to get to. I just figure out how to do this. I can do this. I think I can. We're going to start with Bill bar. And then I'm going to go to address an issue that I talked about some time ago. Little over a year ago. Almost a year ago to the state. That the appointment of Robert Muller was unconstitutional. Professor Calabrese of northwestern law school. Former colleague of mine when we serve attorney general Edwin Meese, he wrote a paper on this. I endorsed his position. I expanded on his position. And we're going to circle back on this. Because I think it's very important. But before we do Bill bar said something that's very, very important. And he was interviewed by Jan Crawford. She actually is a real journalist. She's at CBS, believe it or not. But let's walk through this you and I cut four go when you see some of the criticism and you've gotten quite a bit of it that you're protecting the president that you're enabling the president. What's your response to that? Well, we live in a hyper partisan age where people the longer really pay attention substance of what said, but as to who says, it, what side they're on what it's political ramifications are. Department of Justice is all about the law, and the facts and the substance, and I'm going to make the decisions based on the law on the facts and I realized that's intention with the political climate, we live in, because people are more interested in getting their way politically. So I think it just goes with the territory of being attorney general and hyper partisan period of time. All right. Great point now. Cut five go. We saw the special counsel yesterday. Makes that statement. He analyze eleven instances, where possible obstruction, and then said that he really couldn't make a decision to with that interpretation. I personally felt he could have reached this in your view. He could have reached a conclusion have reached the conclusion of the opinion says, you can indict a president Wali's office, but he could have reached a decision as to, whether it was criminal activity. But he had his reasons for not doing it which he explained and I'm not going to, you know. Argue about those reasons but when he didn't make a decision. The deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein it. I felt it was necessary for us as the heads of, of the department who reached that decision. Well, and he seemed to suggest yesterday that there was another venue for this, and that was congress. Well, I'm not sure what he was suggesting. But, you know, the department of Justice doesn't use our powers of investigating crimes as an adjunct to congress. This man is brilliant. He's right on and honestly, sounds a little like me. Last night on Hannity. I raised a question. I raised a number of questions for Muller. One of the questions I said, if he thought. The president of the United States committed a crime. He couldn't indict them. But why didn't he say, we believe the president United States committed a crime? And here's our probable cause evidence for it. But he didn't do that. In the report, nor did he do it during his standup routine yesterday morning. Let me underscore this point. I'll speak slowly..
"meese" Discussed on Clockwise
"So I think it probably that other things to worry about maybe in nineteen ninety six oh, but I still feel bad about. And if someone would like to reimburse my time child that would be great. It's funny actually had sixty three hundred CD which was also notoriously bad definitely had to lead the logic replaced on that it was mess, but pretty much for mine. I'm gonna say cast your mind back to the delightful year of two thousand five when Steve Jobs got up on stage and introduced a phone that worked with I tunes. Yes. The Motorola rocker are okay. Are was a garbage phone. That was made a deal with Motorola, it was basically a rebranded version of one of their other candy bar style phones. And it was the only smartphone that worked with tunes protected media. And I think what is my favorite bit about. This is just the fact that Steve Jobs had to go onstage talk about this thing in glowing terms, even though you know, he knew that they were building the iphone right then. And it just you know, it was going to take a couple more years to get it out. And well, this is not the infants incident where Steve Jobs through a device off the stage. That was in fact, a camera. I believe I feel like he wanted to he really wanted to hurl. This thing off the stage. It did not despite the fact that it kept going into two thousand nine. It was not a very successful device. I believe and it's interface was was pretty terrible. So, yup. Really glad that that was a thing. Well, I was gonna say when does phone, but we've had a lot of phone. So I'm going to go with the nexus q which was like three hundred dollar little media player server thing that had nnounced I think in two thousand two thousand twelve and then make sheltered about a year later. And I think about it a lot because I imagine also that there is a warehouse filled with these like black bowling ball devices that somebody's gonna uncover a few hundred thousand years and go what this feel it on here. And I you know, I thought it was really cool in the came out. And I wanted one, and it looked great, and it just it just died, and it was a little sad. So that would be my pick. There are a lot of other options. I sort of went back and went down memory lane, thorough, hotter, really bad tech products that we could have chosen, but we don't have the time because we are already two topics in which of course, means it is halftime here clockwise, and this week's episode is brought to you by our good friends at Lynn owed winnowed, you can instantly deploy and manage an SSD server in the cloud, and you can get a server running just seconds with your choice of Lennox resources, and node location lynyrd has hundreds of thousands of customers that might seem a lot..
"meese" Discussed on Clockwise
"It I think it had like a weird. No glasses three d effect. And it was pre-. Alias say voice assistant. It was just all kinds of bad and Amazon seem to be very very bullish about it. And because of the way that Amazon is set up like they could Mark it all over the place, and everyone is just kind of like, no, we don't really want this thing. So can you just be quiet about it? And they wouldn't let it die for too long. And then finally went away, and I think people were better off for it. And I can remember everybody just sort of dogging on the Amazon fire phone. So that's that's my favorite disaster. So to speak. Jeremy, what's yours? So I'm still harboring resentment about my family's. I MAC that we bought his child. It was a Performa sixty two hundred which. Subtle looked like the MAC Elsie. It was one of those pizza box on. So you put the monitor on top of the tower. I guess the towel sideways, and we didn't know what the time because we didn't have the internet. But apparently, it was sort of notorious it was a one of a problem model. Maybe like the keyboards today. This one was known to just be a dud that would always crash, and it spent most of its life out of wasn't an apple store. I guess a MAC repair shop at the time. It pretty much taught me everything I know about troubleshooting today because as a twelve year old kid, you'd get the MAC back from the shopping awake later, it would break and native disable extensions and delete preference files and all the things. So I don't know if this happened to apple today, it would be a scandal. But at the time they had thousands of max it same to nail will kind of bases..
"meese" Discussed on Clockwise
"Welcome back to clockwise detect podcast that's older than it's ever been. And now, it's even older. I'm your co host Dan Moore, and I am joined across the internet, but my delightful pal and co host Mr. mica sergeant how're you doing Mike? I'm doing well. I am also older. And so are you? Yeah. No. I know and I'm about to be older still. Today, we have of course to wonderful as we always do and this week. They are to my left a tech editor and reporter from CNN. It's my former colleague from world Heather Kelly. Welcome back other. Hello and to my left. It's emoji. Historian and chief emoji officer at emoji pedia. Let me say emoji one more time for Jeremy Burge. Hello, Jeremy, Mike. Hello, Dan and Hiller had the full out annual clockwise catch out. He's coming over here to catch up. It's the only place we have that's true as we do it in just thirty minutes because we're really efficient. So I'm going to kick things off with a rumor that just started circulating a day or so ago that the ipads update this year, the new version of IOS will support cursor 's mouses mouses mice. Track pads pointing devices et cetera. And so my question for you is that something that you want on your ipad. Or do you think it's not really necessary? Where do you come down on that kind of thing? Heather when we start with you. Oh, goodness. I mean early on where like this could replace a computer, but Ono there's no mouth. I kind of think we've all moved on though. And we just accept I've had for what they are which are like little entertainment boxes for your children in restaurants. And he doesn't need a mouse. But I mean, I'd give it a try, and then I would probably never use it again. My fingers are my Meese. So I don't really need a mouse or pointer because I've got fingers do that. I understand the idea there is some level of of. Oh, I don't know very close manipulation one can do when they have a curse, sir. But if you're talking about ipad pros or frankly, most of the ipad models now can accept input from the apple pencil Beit version one of virgin too. And so I don't I don't think that we need me on the ipad because we have either our finger which does well enough and for closer manipulation of the screen. You've got the apple pencil, logic, crayon, etc. Etc. Jeremy your thoughts, I mostly agree with you all I feel like if I was the the kind of person that uses the ipad with the external cable. I would like the track pad. But I I'm not that person. So yes, but I'm -solutely..
The Dangers Of Methane
"Here's a riddle for your dial. What do one hundred thirty six thousand cows and glacier flowing from an active ice-covered volcano have in common. They both move really slowly I was thinking about the fact that they both release about the same amount of methane per day. At least miss warm out. Scientists calculated that the salt may have cooled glacier in Iceland, which flows from the volcano Cutler releases up to forty one tonnes of methane from Meltwater a day during the summer months. That's a little too specific to make a good riddle on. But that is a surprising amount of methane for microbes to produce beneath the ice. Researchers think the volcano might be helping I the heat from the volcano might be increasing waterflow under the glacier moving the methane out faster. And Secondly, the volcano might be helping the methane stay methane usually when methane comes into contact with oxygen. It's converted to receive to buy methane consuming microbes so in Milwaukee, which has a lot of dissolved oxygen molecules comes into contact with a glacier bed. The methane the microbes produce there is converted to carbon dioxide, but when Meltwater Meese assault who glacier bed it also encounters gases from the volcano those guesses reduce the amount of oxygen in the water. So the methane remains methane as it dissolved in the water and flows out of the glacier fr. From where it can enter the atmosphere and function as a potent greenhouse gas is land in an article or full of his glacier, covered volcanoes. So it's something to keep an eye on. In the meantime, the microbes are complaining this moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass and Cassandra.
Melissa Seaman- Following the Universe with Strategy
"Coming up today on the nice guys on business. I think that we all have genius at flows through us when we're when we're open and we're ready and we're staying in that flow state. Surely the can't be serious. They are, but don't call them Shirley. Meet an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. We're going to take a little bit of a walk on the woo side today. That's actually how I started my intro for you, and I'm like exactly, but I'm okay with starting a little bit on the Woodside see guy community. Melissa semen was interested me about a year ago and let me say this. She's fucking legit. Okay. I know. I know. I know. I know. I know we have some nonbelievers in our community, and I would have to say that. So recently I was probably I was probably one of them, but and then I realized the universe works in some serious fucked up mysterious ways and Melissa's gonna share at just spent about five minutes talking to her about all of the of the mysterious ways. The universe actually comes collectively to you, and I know you're going to get into his also some Melissa's about to share with our funky bands, the ways in which those ways those mysterious ways can actually come to life. But everything about Wu is what Melissa, at least in the beginning. I thought she was not. I mean, reading your bio and then getting to be a friend of hers and then getting understand it a little bit. She's af Stanford educated lawyer, business strategist, and. Leaders leader and dumb. She's gonna, discuss this thing called your soul gift. And again, if there's anybody out there, I want you just that does not believe or even if you do believe, just fuck you for just one second. Okay. Just to sit back for just a minute, just roll down your window of skepticism, just enough so that these next fifteen twenty minutes that than I are gonna talk will allow some bit of of of, I guess, knowledge let it bake in for just a moment. I'm gonna talk about Melissa's going to talk about what a soul gift is what your soul gift is, what your genius is. Stay tuned. She's here. She's gotta get forty at the end of his episode. Also what that was like. One of the most fucked up enter introductions, but you know, Melissa, you're so much more worthy of that. I could hit stop right now and do it all over again, but I don't think we want to. I think we should just roll or anything yet channelling baby channel. Okay. Well, let's start there because actually that was my first question I had written down is like, what am I gonna talk to Melissa about? I know I've had you on our Biswas podcast or we have had some conversations and I took your your soul gift challenge and we're gonna share with people how they can do that too, but what is challenging channeling? What a challenging, what is channeling? Can we start there to begin with challenging about are challenging right now? You know. I like you say, I'm an ex lawyer write a recovering lawyer, and I work with a lot of professionals late. I work with Silicon Valley executives. They work with company founders and and so for me like the whole woo thing at first when I got going with the wou I was now is not so much for it. But where I'm at now is we can put the stuff to work for us and it can support the bottom line. It can make stuff clearer. So the big challenge, I would say with channeling as people think it's something weird truth is the most brilliant company founders innovators, high end professional people that I work with, they are following their gut. They are getting into their flow state. They are following, you know, that sort of mysterious intelligence that moves through them without thinking too hard. Yeah. I look at the that voice that inner. The voice, and I just say, how can it not be? How could that not be something like channeling? If it's not if we don't call it channeling on our side, if we call it our inner genius, if we call it that gut instinct, we call them in that inside voice that whatever it is that you call it nice guy community. You can call channeling. You can call it your inner voice, whatever the fuck you call it, it just know that it's it's not just a blank stare stare staring at you. This is actually an energy force it's coming through you. Well, yeah, I only have to convince anybody anything because I just ask a couple questions like, you know, have you had that moment where you're standing in the shower and you finally unwind, and then suddenly that problem you've been noodling on for days the answer just downloads like, ooh, where the heck did that come from? And it might be an answer that you wouldn't have even thought of. It might be an idea that when people say, how'd you get that idea? You shrug and think, I don't think it is my idea. I don't know where it came from and I would say, well, that's that. That's what I'm pointing to is the fact that we're all. These, you know, on a good day, I think we're kind of empty hoses that we allow something really great to come
"meese" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Back on the turks lots commerce get to jank it with you guys brenta corn quoting meese is kind of funny but also terrifying he says that's trump wanna one true beware says nobel peace committee got duped by trump don't worry he didn't he didn't get any award that was just the republicans talking about how they can nominate him or good luck with that right these are all youtube super chests by the way and kiki yasa's keep up the real news fox though in tell us ll thank you appreciate it now let me go to twitter mostly matry says jank you guys want to say it with me everyone in my home including the dog drops what they're doing and says that's awesome thank you mosa tim client junior says i think jank jokes are unbelievably hilarious thank you tim appreciate it also a dad okay hey take it easy okay has pretty fair of you okay and finally hashtag free power says happy belated birthday buddy anna seven seven shoutout you called me buddy i call charlie buddy i know i think the day he might mean birthday buddy i felt the same thing i was like oh you guys are buddies that's pretty neat and i was like oh they might have the same birthday if that's the case yes happy birthday to you is well no matter what it is okay all right i got the next story for you guess we have exciting dramatic developments in the michael cohen story actually to be fair cnn has report them plus a second important part about my kuko's new attorney so gloria borger reporting on cnn said just a little while ago i think that michael cohen has decided to fight back against rudy giuliani and his client donald trump and my sources are telling me that he said that the truth is not you or your clients friend oh okay so to for you to understand the full context of this and of course used to be the personal turning for donald trump they aided as a home in office most of you know that but then giuliani was hired by trump and julianne has been talking a lot of smack about michael cullen and so and he recently said and i'll get to that quote to like oh let let him him testify testify let them say whatever he wants and this is michael cohen now going out and telling sources to tell cnn and hence the world in this case tell them the truth is not their friend oh damn damn that cohen elbow stings can't wait to find out right going on says who says michael cohen all right now continue from borsch you're here these sources say that when cohen has decided to do is affected ly hit the reset button here and that he is continuing his commitment to tell the truth now that's sources of course a friend of michael cohen and that's why they're framing it that way the important point there is the recent but the second part is not true he's gonna hit the reset button and continue to tell the truth you don't hit the reset button and continue to do something you do something different and in other words he'd been covering up for donald trump all this time he's gonna hit the reset button and knock cover up for him anymore and actually tell the truth joe wrong okay okay i gotta jump in shopping so for i don't even know how long for several months maybe even up to a year in various stories we comment on how trump expects loyalty but is very rarely if ever loyal to anyone in fact he has burned bridges left and right you know it throughout his life but especially during his presidency and so he has not been a nice person to michael cohen you hear stories about the way that he spoke to michael cohen the way that he utilized some of his services and some of his coverups but didn't pay him back and so we kept asking when is this going to catch up to trump will it ever catch up to trump because there are consequences when you burn certain bridges and it seemed as though trump was just completely untouched by any of the negative behavior he had in the past but it might actually finally come back to bite him in the butt here it is catching up with them because the very next quote from gloria boys according to our sources we don't know why cohen is doing what he's doing right now the fact.
"meese" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"If you turn off your radio and open the window you can probably hear him straight from the studio call mark levin at eight seven seven three eight one eight one one pleasure to have professor steve on my show here how are you steve very well mark i wanted to ask you a few questions here steve calabrese and i worked together with the attorney general meese in the reagan administration steve went on to be a professor at northwestern law school over the weekend i believe a weather maybe friday you shared with me and a handful of others an opinion you wrote a very compelling when in my view that the appointment of robert muller violates the appointments clause of the constitution can you summarize what you mean by that yes the constitution appointments clause sets up two kinds of officers principal officers who do important things and must be nominated by the confirmed by the senate and inferior officers who are subordinates who can be appointed by the head of a cabinet department or by some other principal officer my argument is that special counsel robert muller is more like a us attorney who was a principal officer who has to be nominated by the president and confirmed by the senate then he is like an assistant us attorney who is an inferior officer and so i think that deputy attorney general rod rosenstein committed a grievous mistake and violated the constitution appointments clause blatantly when he appointed robert muller to be a principal officer when muller had not been nominated by president trump nor confirmed by the senate now you go through your analysis here because we've had pass special counsel pass independent counsel and your point here is not like molar that his that his areas of responsibility investigation are so broad and getting an all make the arguments if you and getting broader by the day including his own staff now we found out that they've been appointed special assistant us attorneys four of them so they can go even further afield.
"meese" Discussed on KTRH
"Know about you but i am planning to scream and run from the mike levin radio show ladies and gentlemen i want to pick up where we left off yesterday we're gonna have a wonderful guest scheduled i say scheduled because sometimes people don't show up but he will at the bottom of the hour professor steven calabresi of north western law school and a good friend of mine we work together with the attorney general ed meese in the reagan justice department and i wanted him to speak to you directly about his opinion that the appointment of mahler is unconstitutional an opinion that i strongly agree with and that i'm expanding upon myself as we as we speak northwestern law school is where he is the professor there was an article that came out in politico which is really quite remarkable came out politico late yesterday and in part they're saying that well it undermines manfred lawyers arguments in front of that judge t s ellis the third in the virginia courtroom because well listen to what they say several court filings indicate that when lawyers for mother's office appeared in federal court in alexandria early this year they did so not only as representatives muller's office but as special assistant united states attorneys attached to the united states attorney's office.
"meese" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"There's people out there on the block that got mice and rats mice mice in rats in my me why don't want to say why do i wanted to say meese anyway somebody right not as mouse in their house in they're like mammal life is over got a mouse in my house i'm gonna tell you some servicing to make your life whole lot better a couple had to call the police because while they're watching tv a family of raccoons fell out of their roof fell out of the roof fell out of the roof there was a mom in four little cubby raccoons all know bay reckons call maybe they're called they're called i don't know every every you know what all of the things that i was thinking of to say the all sound like they don't sound like good right like every raccoon everything i was thinking of to say to make it look or did nothing for me didn't i don't know we'll calm little bandits it was a mom and four little bandits they fell from the roof they called the police the police came over with animal control animal control trump to grab the mom the mom bit animal control in in she ran off she scurried off and in four the immig they the four little bandits now here's the thing this isn't like a squirrel that got into a house this is four raccoons living in your home now now if you have a rat in your house maybe maybe things are really dirty like i get it 'cause rats if you ever in your house maybe things really dirty like rats eat anything but you still kinda nasty to have raccoons to have a rat in your house but you have a whole family raccoons in your house.
"meese" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Thank you mister vice president and i love the vice good man good man before we get to this komi stuff i want to remind you of a few things those of you who are younger may not know this those of you who are my age sixty or so just some recollection remember the iran contra case remember what that was about yes mark we transferred weapons and not only that we help the freedom fighters in nicaragua in violation of the bowling amendment do you know the bowling amendment was unconstitutional was an effort by congress to control foreign policy and the president of the united states didn't acknowledge it so there was no underlying cry and even the transfer of weapons to iran it's not a violation of any crime either get it engulfed the reagan administration for time they went after secretary state schultz they went after secretary of defense weinberger they went after attorney general edwin meese they went after the former cia director who passed away casey and of course they wanted to present the united states i'd investigation ladies and gentlemen went on for about eight years lawrence walsh another republican but he hated reagan he'd been deputy attorney general under david eisenhower for a period of time any brought in all kinds of hitmen including this guy jeffrey toobin who's now on cnn but tube and couldn't cut it and he was there a little while then he quit then he wrote a book to make money and walsh one after tube and stop tubing's book kinda sleazy stuff gone landmark legal foundation represented attorney general ed meese i was the lead lawyer representing him i was fighting it out with the independent counsel and much litigation occurred under the statute in secret threatened at three panel socalled division the court which had two circuit judges in one district court judge on it all appointed by the chief justice in the united states and much of this litigation went on a courtroom in washington dc which nobody knew about and we were filing motions back and forth and the viciousness of the socalled independent prosecutors and tried to destroy men who had done nothing except serve their country is what taught me a lesson about people like muller and the people he's hired it got so bad that.
"meese" Discussed on WTMA
"Thank you mister vice president and i love the vice good man good man before i get to this komi stuff i want to remind you of a few things those of you who are younger may not know this those of you who are my age sixty or so just some recollection remember the iran contra case remember what that was about yes mark we transferred weapons and not only that we help the freedom fighters in nicaragua in violation of the bowling amendment do you know the bowling amendment was unconstitutional was an effort by congress to control foreign policy and the president of the united states didn't acknowledge it so there was no underlying cry and even the transfer of weapons oh to iran it's not a violation of any crime either get it engulfed the reagan administration for time they went after secretary of state schultz they went after secretary defense weinberger they went after attorney general edwin meese they went after the former cia director who passed away casey of course they wanted to present the united states had an investigation ladies and gentlemen went on for about eight years lawrence walsh another republican but he hated reagan he'd been deputy attorney general under dwight david eisenhower for a period of time and he brought in all kinds of hitmen including this guy jeffrey toobin who's now on cnn but toobin couldn't cut it he was there a little while then he quit then he wrote a book to make money and walsh one after tube in the stopped cubans book okay of sleazy stuff going on landmark legal foundation represented attorney general ed meese i was the lead lawyer representing him and i was fighting it out with the independent counsel much litigation occurred under the statute in secret at three panel socalled division the court which had two circuit judges in one district court judge on it all appointed by the chief justice of the united states and much of this litigation went on in a courtroom in washington dc which nobody knew about we were filing motions back and forth and the viciousness of these socalled independent prosecutors in trying to destroy men who had done nothing except serve their country is what taught me a lesson about people like muller and the people he's hired it got so bad that.
"meese" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"From cancer i had no idea it was this bad but it is obviously was and he will be missed greatly by me another gentlemen that i work very very closely with during the reagan administration pat korten pat korten any was car public affairs person who would speak on behalf of attorney general meese and the justice department during during our time there and that was a dear friend and from time to time and i don't play a lot of golf but you know maybe once or twice a year i used to i don't even do that anymore we'd have a four some you know pat and me and a couple of other buddies old justice department guys we just had to get time we really were quite bad packet hit it pretty straight drive just another decent quality human being that you wanted to be around and he passed away last week he had a stroke and he passed away shortly after that it's important to live your life is best you can be the best person you kind of the best citizen you can i just didn't want the show to pass by without mentioning my two buddies ken bowman pat courtney we'll be right back.
"meese" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"No antioxidant and antiinflammatory defence systems and that's where it's at it's not about just taking a bunch of pills that do the work for you it's about building up your internal might oh conned real defence systems to be bigger and stronger and more robust produce more energy and live longer that's perfect and i usually ask at the end like what advice would you give to kind of pull everything together i know you have a whole system on this and we're gonna links that in the show notes at wellness moment dad fm and but i like to always end with something really practical side love to hear like what advice you would give to someone who maybe de struggle from these symptoms and thought that they had adrenal fatigue and now understands this in a different way what would you give them a starting points so the way my system is built the energy blueprint is built is i take people through six very systematic steps and this has been refined over you know working with over three thousand people with chronic fatigue and the way i take it through the six steps ri first we address circadian rhythm and sleep build a really really powerful set of circadian rhythm and sleep habit to to build up that foundation because that's where cellular regeneration is really going to happen while you're sleeping the next one is all about nutrition to support might akon drill health the next one is all about light therapies and there's a whole bunch of benefits of different kinds of light that's really important and then we get into healing the gut and then detoxifying and boosting liver function getting the toxins out of the cells and then we get into the neuroscience around decreasing stress and anxiety and then we get into layering were meese us into your life to build up your mind kandari a bigger and stronger so that's basically the the six steps six very systematic progressive steps that i take people through two to overcome fatigue and get their energy back i love it and for anyone.
"meese" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The un has voted to condemn the president's decision to recognize jerusalem as making headlines back east right now and while all around the world couple of people now arrested in that car attack in australia guy drove his car through a crowd i mean the the story is the same thankfully only nineteen people injured but two people arrested not just the driver but a guy who was nearby will explain a little bit later in fact the bottom of this hour and the update on the thomas fire very very windy once again more of forty fifty sixty mile an hour wind gusts through the area the thomas fire it's now two hundred and seventy two thousand two hundred acres which is officially the secondlargest fire since the early thirties since the depression in california at sixty percent contained and just the about a thousand acres to go before it becomes a largest far we've seen in uh in eighty plus years but we start with a death can ask them debt alzaq let me find the death music and any death music fidesz explain what their what the death i'm very sad about this by this was the first story i saw today and the one that's made me the saddest and think it was because i threw the way that uh the way that it is i don't know if it's because my elf and this elf share the same name noor lines it hit hard there is a mother from wiley texas brittany meese and she hates the elf on the shelf.
"meese" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm meteorologist meese michaels on twin cities news talk am 1130 right now it's fifty am looks this classic blacklist seven the disaster six mm your home from fox news on the race twin cities news talk dot com coast to coast am dot com.
"meese" Discussed on talkRADIO
"To sort radio traffic in travel in twenty incans his polyglot towards nuns by an accident junction full the late snowden concern with keys resumption five ails that then oaks that you're on the 834 two out of three lanes closed on the roundabouts of junction nine of the enforcing of west in on the queen myth vista with lorries broken down and south yorkshire the sixty lights his closed each way pons if like road in thumbs e that's because of flooding caused by at thus wolves tonight and there's a severely reduced rail service into acid woolsey station in london against ice muscle holding who did you took on you tesco club card uh let's see minded point because when we use that recap points that we can put towards flights and holidays spying these nice biscuits than not nice lovely yet and there also meese biscuits okay so could buying these nice niece biscuits comes to well niece i no space precisely you mean precisely the new contactless tesco club caught atop is all it takes minimum on pens banned missile radio we have ways of mason utilise embraces com license ewing showed off hello i'm james wales a mighty james wail at his one of reason so long and comment scorched earth debates ill advised devastates and god drake jiang's wale zone headed sage of screeched away hill returns to the airwaves for three hours of essential national flags thomas us the james wales two knives from seven so we'll hear yet so often okay and on dean's is wrong the full senate breakfasts bonsle radio.
"meese" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To us by one wingate way southbound on route 3 of problem a single car crash right the on ramp from smith lane and kingston watch out for the delays there minor very minor slowdowns southbound northbound you are sluggish between 228 a in rock linda and try to make your way up to just about route eighteen after that you're okay what did you get all of the expressway it is slow we do have a single car breakdown well it's usually how that works we have a breakdown in the in the slingshot lane are in the in the hov lane on the expressway northbound at meese milton square traffic is able to get by why is it however very so slowly so watch out for that also 128's outbounce backing out right to the logan express log getting to the expressway 120 northbound moves well from braintree right up to the turnpike 24 is getting a little bit friendlier at a lot of vehicles making their way northbound between what 23 in one thirty nine of twenty 95 looks rates though coming up to one twenty a mass turnpike of course off to a great start 495 right into the city no delays said all there is no longer works on out there so that looks good and honored 93 up north at kind heavy from the merrimac rivercrossing right down past 133 then you'll open up one twenty of route one up north though do well it every downtown is in good shape the tobin the deck the tunnel saw all off to a good start next update's at five forty three with wbz's traffic on perry's this week go bigger only once have some fun jr shershukov good luck face off at work or raise navy in your future jaylen i is full of obstacles just make sure tackling them doesn't make you lose your way cancer to your creative energy fulfillment at work leo you hectic work with you might want.
"meese" Discussed on KELO
"News fair and balanced news time is to pass seven from that kelocom meese center i'm saying alan a governor the man who fired a gun in a facebook video saying these scared after you've electric christian seminar at us yuval motel has put guilty to possession of a firearm by a prohibitive bersin now is facing up to ten years in prison and up to a quarter million dollars in fines many of the reserve traffic fatalities have been those that were not wearing seatbelts heavy vitrolles superintendent colonel craig price says it does not take long to be safe or seconds to put your seat kurt started a those might be the most horse state troopers are on the road watching to those not belted in we want to make sure that everybody does it so he's taken a very aggressive people forcement as an agency we can hopefully people toward making those choices that we see every day at my price says they are also stepping up reports by of distracted driving laws a jury is convicted and i will man of assaulting a south dakota police officer with his vehicle thirty seven year old travels to the peak of sioux city was accused of drinking tend to lob said kelly young with his vehicle during a traffic stop last august dragging him across the parking lot of driving away young suffered broken ribs cuts bruises in an injured foot he was out of work for about a month is clear now that both republican candidates for congress in south dakota are not afraid of rattlesnakes we have a video jio at kelocom of dusty johnson killing a rambler with an ax at eighteen camp in the black hills.