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What is Carb Cycling and How Does it Work?
"Before begins thought talking about Cobb cycling on. Do you all to remember less. No Special Diet quick fix or any of the fancy way or underway all building muscle and losing body. Thirty five comes down to calorie surpluses and deficits and exercising and burning more energy taking in and so on but cobb cycling can be away. That helps you stick to your diet better. So you can lose fat and build muscle depending on your goal but itself doesn't have any special fat-burning or muscle building properties. He's let's first begin by looking at COBB's themselves. So when cops suggested they break down into glucose and this is the preferred fuel your body and brain and on as glucose enters your bloodstream. Your pancreas is then signaled to produce. Insulin which is a hormone shuttles. The glucose from your blood into the cells where narrative then converted to energy will stores like gin or stored in fat cells and COBB. Cycling is planned. Alteration of your carbohydrates hydrate intake. So you'll have high cobb days and low cobb days typically. If you're hunting a high carb day this might call through to have anywhere from two to a two point. Five grams of carbohydrates per pound of body weight on a cart high carb day and a low carb day might be somewhere around nor point five grams of carbohydrates. It's per pound of body weight and the main reason people start cobb. Cycling is to try and prevent a Fatma's Plateau and maintain the metabolism Along with that workout performance and it aims to time you'll carbohydrate intake to win. It provides maximum benefit on exclude. You'd cobs to win the not needed. Many of you will know. cobbs a double edge sword withhold that that can use it to muscle growth by fueling our workouts. What's in creating a more anabolic environment. And our bodies. But we're also told that can use to fat storage by SPIKING are insulin levels which almost feeds our body. Fat With the Glucose Coast needs to stall so a lot of the time. People do see cops as the enemy because they wanted to to gain access. Wait however we do need cobs if we want to gain muscle and strength as quickly as possible and obviously it's all about being the deficit if we want to avoid paying the price of an ever expanding waistline and carb. Cycling is meant health health pause. Stop the pitfalls of building fast you to Cobb's whilst obviously giving us the anabolic environment. That COBB's provides a few our workouts accounts. So you can prove your carbon take based on a variety of different factors and this might be your body composition goals so you'll potentially reduce you'll cobb during a diet then Adam back in during a bulking phase when you're trying to put on muscle mass so you might as old them depending on training and rest days so you have a high carb intake take on trading days so I was talking about before about maximizing your calls potential and then have a low carb intake on rest days. You don't need as much fuel for your body. Some people follow. Scheduled ritual repeats which is techy to do one or several days to very high carb intake to act as reef e during prolonged diet. And your the following repeat you might be following a strict diet of say fifteen hundred calories five days per week and then consuming twenty five hundred calories with all the additional calories coming mostly mostly from carbohydrates on the other two days. You can even consider it if you'll come to a photo shoot or competition as I've all running for example as athletes Wilson Melson cobblers prior to an event. And this shows you the different objectives. People have when they consider altering the carbon take and following us with Cobb hop cycle said a hire car days are meant to replenish glycogen stores and boost your training intensity because of that it's meant to favorably the influence various hormones related to muscle protein synthesis and metabolism which includes the anabolic hormone insulin. And it's meant to temporarily elevate insulin nevels to help preserve your muscle tissue and boost muscle growth and then you usual lower carb days to maximize fat-burning almost like as we talked about. Kito before. Four really minimizing your cards and upping the facts and to get yourself into a state to fall asleep while you're burning fat stores instead of like Gin. Strategic High Saikal periods can also help improve function of the weight and appetite regulating hormones which we talked before as well called. Leptin and Ghrelin go into any more detail on the manipulating effector. Insulin levels wants to give a surface level explanation on Cobb cycling because I want the main thing to remember from. This is that that it's not a secret method to enable you to constantly build muscle mass and lose fat. It's another way to help you stick to a diet on your high carb OPD. Asian meant to feel like you're indulging in cheating when actually or not to retain actually amount you normally eat but it feels that way because you've been lacob spinner baits calorie deficit so so it feels like you're almost rewarding yourself out
"melson" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money
"Or Google Google playstore. This is death sex and money from W._n._Y._C.. I'm ANA sale after Ashim. Nelson got back to Washington D._C.. Two years ago she felt a little lost for while she was managing a K._F._C. to make some money but she didn't really have anywhere to stay. After my divorce I was a little bit of homelessness and it was nothing new to me. It was just like okay as we go from here where she reached out to her network of mentors and she got connected with the chief medical examiner of Fulton County Georgia doctor Jan Gorniak who lives in Atlanta and she said Hey <hes> I have an extra bedroom and so you can get yourself together you can you can stay here and I really like yeah. You know. It's a new experience a fresh air. I think it would be great for you and I got him a little car. uh-huh go down there and being down there. I take time to think I really had to myself. She was always in and out flying out the city. <hes> you know going big. You know chief medical examiner things you know but I I really had time to really thinking asked myself like you're divorced now. You're headed back to school. What is your new plan? What do you want to execute? What are you WANNA put in motion? I don't like waking up and not having a mission. What a gift that she gave you just time? Not Needing to worry about where you're gonNA stay in that allowed you to have take a breath. I always saw her just like <hes> as African American woman always her like I look up to you that year phenomenal phenomenal and I don't think that I don't think people understand how they touch me. I think people just see themselves like Oh you know yeah. This is the right thing do or no. I WanNa do this but no matter however they see the way it reaches. Teaches knee is dislike. Thank you so much. You don't even understand how much you helped me and I'll let you changed my life. How much stress that you've taken off my shoulders back that you helped me to alleviate the struggle of little bit and that he's putting a physician able to clear before I go back out the into the storm whether you think it was small or weather however you see it thinks you think you think he's so much so yeah just targeting me that time to relieve a coupe and rejuvenating myself it was it was amazing? There was much needed after a few months in Atlanta for Shema went back to Georgetown to start her junior year. She got her financial aid and our work study job back and things were different. When she returned to campus she was different? I step out of my conflict though in eighty one to a couple of party <hes> three hours I I can't do this anymore is wasn't it wasn't me <hes> and then eventually academically. Everything was better in a sense that I didn't have imposter syndrome. I didn't doubt myself I was just way more active. I joined the rugby team. You did <hes> I did and it was amazing and I was so happy that I got to go back to sports because I was doing sports in high yeah. <hes> everything just seem better it which is better than the first two years yeah. So what are you up to. What are you doing right now? I cannot wait to tell you what I'm doing. Oh so so right now actually worked for a nonprofit <hes> called bright beginning INC so basically we do is we used to generational approach to help <hes> the homeless population in the sense that we want to the parent of well as a child out so with the child we bring them in and we have them do free daycare and we curriculum to educate them. They hit them kindergarten ready for the parents if they don't have the G._E._d.. We have workforce development that worked with them to get their G._E._D.. Thing job housing living <hes> any assistance that they need I I'd never heard of it. Put the two generation approach yeah 'cause like if a parent is dropping off a kid for for daycare like offering other services that that parent might need is huge. Yeah people have always focused on the one we approach Oh. Let's just give a lot of steps in the child. Oh let's just give house for the parents and I think the thing that I love about us is not like we're not just working on stability and a housing. It's about even if we big if you how how a lot of people don't know how to manage how old what did that come with and so we're really educating people in that sense and <hes> when you when you're like trying to find families that no oh parents who could use help what they care and parents could use some support with G._E._D.. Like where are you going to find people. I just I go out into the community and I really talked to my people. You know what I mean. It's more of a conversation instead of a pitch because I relate to them more than before my job do who's better going to community as Paul was them they need. You know what I mean so I like. I said I love my job. It's amazing now that you're out of school and you're you're working and thinking about what's next. How much are you thinking about money and always thinking about money to be honest with you? Go to work and I I try to you got once a week. <hes> 'cause most of my coworkers you know every day when they're at work where Lee three to five times a week and so basically I'm trying to cut down on call because I has a long way to go before. I'll be at a place where I don't have to take my bank account every day. Did you have a graduation party. No I literally went back to my friend Zoro and I went to see for seven hours celebrating because I was so tired I was like I really just WanNa sleep. I don't care about none of this other stuff. I have a diploma. Let's get out of here. I WanNa go to sleep so I just feel like I don't. I'm not able to accept any congratulations <music> just due to the fact that I'm not where I WANNA be and I say that not even at a success standpoint but at a missile sampling and I feel like in to <hes> fully where I wanna be <music> then I won't be able to receive that I hear you. I also think there's value in celebrating incremental victories. You know give me yeah. That's true I just I don't know how to do it and I understand the concept of it. We're working on it. That's what I say. It's a work in progress Shema Nelson. She's taking me all sets this fall and she hopes to head to law school. In the fall twenty twenty..
"melson" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"If you think that would be hurting the economy. I mean, then if you think dumping cheap goods on us is hurting our economy, then really, I think you should be advocating that we would all work to produce something that we already have incomplete abundance. I mean we could do it. We could just pretend we could just make up jobs and claim that they're producing oxygen just have people do nothing just employ people to do absolutely nothing with that help. Do you think that would help our because this is just crazy? This is Paul Krugman Keynesian, garbage, like, pure, socialist garbage. Let's just hire people to take shovels go dig Adik. And then fill that ditch backup great. They have jobs. Does that help the economy at all? Jobs are means not an end in themselves. Jobs jobs are there to, to produce? They're not they're just for the sake of having jobs. And if someone else will produce it better and cheaper or give it to us for free. That's going to do a lot more good for a lot more people, I do agree that it sucks for those industries, it does. But as a nation, we do a lot better with free trade than we're going to do with any of these fucking tariffs. Anyway. We'll end on that, that was my little rant on that. Let me know what you think. All right, guys, got Scott Horton, episode tomorrow. Michael Melson on Friday should be should be a lot of fun. Thank you for listening goes a run your mouth podcast. Follow Robby, Robby, the fire on Twitter and come see us up at a pork fest. We'll be up there soon. All right piece..
"melson" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Puritanical to a fault okay batman speaking benders speak like my heart hurts so bad it was just so kanji batman saying did you pin the fires on a map sometimes they make shape who said that i know that wasn't batman who's under that cow jason's that you it's very has real was that you say i cannot believe we're having this conversation we go the fortress of solitude in its inflames it i'm like i don't think that's how that works anew is worded that i don't think this giant ice castle would burn bennis maybe because it's magical alien stuff who knows i don't supergirl shows up so that's nice earn afford spend that's everything to the lake candor i'm like nat about blade a second we're saying here's a memo from mendes what's your plan for superman sir to the ground took out what kelly and then no freight supergirl shows up they discover its candor we do get a flash of something happening to the listen john melson we'll that's what they keep steve yes me we get one no we at one page every issue and then only you know i it was the light then last issue we see with some blake big metal alien ship thing or something that's that's smart but oh another reason why a very upset is that he's been saying that he doesn't plan on using lex like excuse me i mean i mean yeah you don't wanna overuse him but why wouldn't you if this emmy like oh my god i can't message for yet either you you just go ahead right on your cow drug or whatever the hell.
"melson" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Dostam ninety adults smile and nothing germany to sell fees wanna make of pre don't wanna mean lady and pink com queen on threes on a team that daddy fix cars maybe she could fix me i want to kick the per month make domestic within won the gold gone melson defending come don't want give praise pushing the peace and oh lee dream was geared enraged gene moved the nice zone were we'd have known song his name's go the guy look a brand new real men a dome ready while knocked fanta and we all know thus saith the money does smurfs one don't belong though don mattingly who just fall near normal dole one now be ready when object on.
"melson" Discussed on WEEI
"Know people trying to make all these melson i believe he's gonna mad at you watch um your thing that would ever change the piece of play and they're not going to do this would be if think went to three balls to strikes or seven innings and that's not going to happen uh you know which hit what do you mean when he goes we boast boasted strikes all like a walk restrengthen you're out you're out it or you go to seven innings but i mean it's not that's not going to happen um but i think that's the only way you're replica in the short list um but you don't sometimes i think that the piece of play it's really knocked the actual genes like one hundred sixty km seizing or an eighty two teams in the nba i don't really think i'm gonna make the face it it's about the peace of game issue because for example i don't think anyone in minnesota's cleaning about this task baseball season's taste will play i i think they had a very a hundred sixty two that's because mid markets that it had taken a big dip and all of a sudden they it around malta has a very exciting team thrive everybody constituencies was yates either excited because there is no annual expectation that teams gonna win the world series that that's different boston but the thing i feel like i think it's more botha process like the only raised when he old four red sox with a ninety one degrees in the nba the celtics more than the all week championships of above expectations i guess you are getting back because that when they got broom by the nuts one of us not boom that's when they came back and took the two games to one week when we were down by twenty six then we ended up when we had kenny anderson pearson remember i was at that games in they lose the series and they want the ferries in six accident and then the nets got swept by the relies s jefferson was on the team from richards of yes yes and in shape walker now i mean i guess my point is sometimes it's more about the makeup of the team than the actual piece of the teams off yeah but i i gonna say.
"melson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Safercargovtherightseat and know for sure that safercargovtherightseat brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the i am dirt stone with sixty suckered song sports the tennessee volunteers football team has decided not to hire ohio state defensive coordinator greg she auto as their head coach after some students protested the hiring clue to his employment under former penn state coach joel paternal blowout jury sam dusky too all west young boys and volker room i applaud the university of tennessee for changing their minds but this episode has exposed a bigger problem in major college football integrity the u of tea was willing to hire a head coach west ties to a rapist which means they abide by the mantra of win at all costs the national collegiate athletic association needs to wake up and start weeding out the bad apples that represent the colleges and universities all across the united states bind derek stone and this is my sixty seconds sahran sports hello friends i want to tell you about japanese auto professional service i've been going to these guys since 1982 and the reason i keep going back consistently is because of the best mechanics in ann arbor there at five six through south main street in an arbor seven three four nine nine six four six zero six since 1979 japanese on a professional service has been taking great care of toyota honda nissan subaru hyundai and kia cars this is the place france i'm thorough told me to my autumn accounts they should be yours that's japanese auto professional service seven three four nine nine six four six zero six veisse east london cooling with your host gone melson the dea martin here you're musical tour guide playing the best of the uk every weekend on london calling don't miss london pool lane with your host don montaigne saturday nights ten to midnight bright here ottawa office.
"melson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"No like what four right there's melson there's no stability it's not even when the treat you well what are you gonna do he's gonna use this product i wanna make it clear knock not desk in bitcoin and when you purchase these futures though settled in cash when i purchase or are some of the purchase in say sweetie and they need blueberry the soybeans pollutioon suit in pig delivery absorbed the same thing that they seem builds uh you know uh any type of currency and you can get both i tell you that and kissing such of small market i am of so much volatility i just steers me so what we're adam what what's the effect of this do you think is is it some of that were just moderates some of that flux sugar is that all the way in what was going to happen what does this mean for sunday okay so what but about uh who's gonna participating will certainly use are going to be retail investor uh let's play uh let's say do uh morgan requirement are gonna be enormous meaning you can't you can't borrow money to buy the futures got a you're gonna have to come in with the actual money because it's so volatile that you that he can be a huge crash so what what fate open you wa oon bitcoin gets you short one bitcoin now you they're gonna use shortsea moving into the mix i'll tell you something there's no reason why this increase two hundred thousand dollars bill if not maintaining thing is i just told you all point to to natural gas in in in prayer correct weather.
"melson" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Silas melson burns rooms all noise to this broadcast are reserved and then you we will aghast reporting retransmission or other use of this broadcast without the express written consent of the los angeles kings here's prohibited matt kuchar joe carter dr drouin mike catherwood play here overnight b k k b c fat here under droid and in the first period jonathan quicken goal for the king's that i will defend to our live jimmy howard for the red wings at two are right and the referees four tonight's affair gored dwyer and tim heald the linesman chandar alphonso and brad goal the czech first of four straight on the road for the kings detroit on to washington st louis and chicago for detroit they're in a stretch where they play thirteen of fifteen here at home they played six of those thirteen so far but there's only one two two one three contrary copa jar with and brown and alexai apollo start for the king's monitored in doughty defensively or underway off the dr doughty up to brown deer is it in deep howard quakehit around who is left knock down by brown his pass in deeper cope which are broken up and the red wings will clear the zone picked up at center ice kader bandana shuden and now brown prokopowicz dr into the detroit in the right circle driving down low in the.
"melson" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Upi silas melson jill cummins no jiang and suck no criminal in the and for the law two two core gene mm jon rahm in the and hi i had hides nicole who alvarez it's a happy day it's a good day of the data kickback hang out with your friends or your chosen family or your blood relative and just do nothing except keeps indulge be leash and great fault mad about day if he asked me uh uh aw yes.
"melson" Discussed on Here & Now
"This will goes down to one thing when an airline looks at an airplane now when they look at buying a new airplane the not actually looking annapolis they're looking at a business plan business modal actually they want the most efficient combination simple things they want a set number of passengers to go a set distance and that's a very demanding equation these days so basically buying had been very smart and they've made that plain obsolescence obsolete by producing version of the of the slightly smaller triple seven the bank said and sentenced them let's move fuelefficient should the same distances 747 cards slightly fewer people the sentence sentence him being a much more mud and play and therefore it's michael fuelefficient said the numbers makes a lot of sense so it's a more fuelefficient plan could they have made a new version though of the seven forty seven that would be more fuelefficient and still have that little uh you know iconex second floor hump in the front of the plane isn't that wonderful part of the character as a as a very identifiable record hospital profile related actually make they made a late aversion crude the 747 eight which was produced five or six years ago they hoped they could compete with their own sentence seven seven it turned out that they couldn't so latest version said melson is going to end up as a as a cargo area basically that's what it's being sold as and not as a passenger plane tool about size at three sizes planes you've got the seven seven seven the airbus a three fifty with job longhaul planes carrying around four hundred people going up to science six thousand or seven thousand miles in distance than below them you've got another category which is by far the largest battery which is a single because the ones i just mentioned a wide boat is you go down to.
"melson" Discussed on In The Limelight
"We have another so this is like a kind of fun royal mystery this is incredible which is like i am still confused at first i thought this was like a fake all right now no one of these weird unsourced things that it was on like all the british tabloids this morning so i death the three other than some who knows exactly but it definitely seems like this happened okay so the mirror posted an article tuesday morning and i love that they have someone in their headlined department whose sole responsibility it is to create the most scandalous kind of angle for each age news story okay this this stories titled kate melson prince william charles and george spotted on secret mystery visit to railway station but other information to they have all the way they said it out but you would think they were like going there to like rob some line lake cook collect lake i have written down incriminating information about their enemies are they going like roleplay murder on the orient express you have no idea but per the mirror the royal family was spotted at chester station on sunday were there believed to have boarded a train back to london guys then seriously the story staff at the stations ali on family walk past kate with her bump and i guess this shows how does desperate of ruin is for royal related information that this is played up is such a scandalous mysterious affair but i guess they like one in a separate entrance they didn't go in the main entrance they like popped from their land rover into the train but i loved that the mirrored has a subtle dig that they arrived too late and miss the train await this is amazing it is under said the duke and duchess accompanied by royal protection officers miss their original train at two thirty three fled to get on empty train two crew about ten minutes later.
"melson" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"They lose they were tied in the fourth quarter with the sixers and then in 21 possessions they had one bucket to start the fourth quarter imagine coming down twenty one times you get one bucket ramsey though the sixers when again but here's lebrun on training camp on what's going wrong vaudano throws or transfer offer for them to about twenty two things that a lot of the summer a so hertzel also uh in in israel about muscle also renault overseas castle earlier valls hollow rule for the korean offer melson you're listening on defense we'll see what happens but there i mean they're bad bad on defense and this is still a group even though different pieces that was really bad last year get in touch with us at 'resource show one in her flowers are comp twitter feed the korea story line after one of the world series this throws last night that he then proposes dues girlfriend she says yes i don't understand how the rest of your lives work but i think i have a good grasp on this stuff when you're korea andrew goodlooking and you're going to be a millionaire athlete for a really long time and you're famous the girl always says yes hey the girl doesn't say no there that's not a knock on any one it's not unlock on life it's just the way things work so when i keep reading oh boy koroma who had great series and the i would imagine she it said no other words you going to do like i was like athlete so see this derek fisher can put some aib's together maybe ride that out a guy from the nba when i eat the girl always says yes in that spot stop with the words you said no nobody no girl says no there.
"melson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Original sin and when j c watts laid that out for him there it is that's robert leonard he's the news director of k i n k r ls in pal iowa and original sin adam and eve the serpent humanities fall from grace could a bible stari really have that much effect on lives and paul to ex today let's go back and robert well i am not a theologian but the way that he laid this out and how the role of original sin in that people are bad if you start with the premise that were bad which is you know original sin and i dunno and he's taking it to work one of the extremes which really a bad thing i'm a lapse lutheran and and so when i was raised in oilrich melson was there but it wasn't anything that i don't know if it drove our world viewer nodded to sort of set the stage for the drives his worldview and so then if original sin is so powerful and we only become go good bye being saved and then we want to rely on on the church and not the state whenever democrats want the state to do something that republicans think that the church or maybe the family should do it's a slap in the face of the church and what people think of wood jc what j c watts was saying about this difference between republicans and liberals about whether you're born cutter born bad did they like that that they agree they just nodded they sort of ife the ones that were there just sort of accepted it people who are very polite about at the thought of my republican friends they've disdain liberals that we are weak we are enabling people were taking money liberals don't admire you're the military they you know they've in all kinds of there is a bit of fear that their world is under attack by liberals and yet they're you are living in that same community and your liberal and you probably not the only liberal um do you feel like you're conservative neighbors have disdain are loathing for you oh probably some of them do but most.
"melson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"David i gotta do is find the script it's something like three hundred pages long will be of epic i'll be manuscript and you can check that out but that's the story a land was a great guy he was a brilliant man and he did some wonderful movie and he had really come over here to america to see if he'd get to direct the spiderman movie wow he was one of the first people who thought it would be good dabble the about spiderman and i assume that he spoke to whoever made those decisions in those days and they decided not to do the movie so then he was stuck with me with the lucien melson does it funny i always were richard every time you could see him at a redshirt and one of the biggest mysteries of the time was is it the same redshirt any washes it every night and put on the morning or does he have a water red shirts we netflix that out we'll see old albert einstein thing is that you were he has had the same suit a dozen times i didn't know that yeah yeah so he which is where the same thing every day this is the kind of interviewer like where i learned something you said we go through deep thinking amazing of i just wanna ask one nothing about the alendronate fifteen time he said on one is one which thing use keeping spotted my technique i like it the alarm rene relationship that struck up with him that battle we will test friends fascinates me was a french filmmaker wouldn't necessarily thought that he would be into topics one word into he wasn't into comic book into me in the interlinking radius gross like baseball and the monster maker which is it was also about creation wasn't it started with what about creation as well it was about i threw everything every day you get big man we did he get this movie made.
"melson" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"The only guy go who is best yeltin no one was locked in dayton peace globe unit recovery kristaps poland up at the time during we do the ooh i make this white men stop at the right lane like playing got me hug off the training you've may not think so let's set to signal so make inroad who would seek but i want you to know cut this time of one when does play in hand in the lagging is you know the that neptank r y gain as we speak about the as a result p ms lena be wrong we like intimidating remedy seaweed polled it who not only owlry no two ooh as you buy the be includes the road was rigged of your roof says no pictures of rebels drought no precise of oh man oh man the iiss said to cuts also the force so great what over bring as the muster three three they're closing this guy bob dillon brooks oh says got the size of man mayors rebels says the iiss said mamoru waigel those i got a hand i should like modulate evil deed nato guna szego with dino jumai enemy was anal tugging winds failed having king david would navigate my knee on on on bail when away thousands next no weeks and then a plan a plan against open next we have done it against go commercial why only make a catch them i got it braved so deep at bottom he made demetriou to play everybody who didn't get offensive now dead late term debt of making edits from now till gebran meaningful teen megasaga depaul she made a monica potions any motions of renegotiations with the by the whole she now mid old when told me to go dan on the whole been some things from slow getting slowly this do these do is fine of so much judging snai so much generally yes life day says broke down when waste my now praise live on gillett had been bs many bodies stray take the man as you can see rep rep no pictures of the rebels drought rubs says silas melson oh man as oh man rep rep says no excessive man baz man 300 ninety two three la's all three hiphop tiny way no no no no no she phone tap coming up yeah next.
"melson" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Melson brought three played this um new england off unimportant version and this despite him to make a similar game code to check came life and again it was very religious and it's time um which is very different from the life we know now which is actually a sort of created in 1962 balkan 100 kids since milton bradley made his first came and of course i know for continues now adjusting to the time so the 1960 addition things like you could find to iranian mine and you'll be celebrating the winds from nast because a time there was many incentives to find uranium mines coast stay if you found bunge radioactive over on the bank called and you know can be very happy murray we're talking with a tristan donovan he's the author of the book it's all a game about the history of boardgames your comments welcome it eat four four warden eight four four nine four to seventy six six again if you're not able to get your phone your more the welcomed the senate's comment on twitter and we will bring it up on the show at biz radio one eleven be iz radio one levin my twitter account which is at dan loney l o n e y twenty one or at wharton knows wha r t o n k n o w s scrabble is another game the that you talk about a lot and and how that has developed uh over what i guess about the last seventy to eighty years or so.
"melson" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Eric the following program is closed captioned were the thinking impair the they're bringing in a zoo morning ubod sixty one four thing did not yet thank you timing could you and it yup doesn't mean patrick the matt allen thank you jio i haven't efron emily two the heading the issue silas melson daniels added now the limbaugh the so upi brad underwood thank you have heaven.