12 Burst results for "Michael Logic"
"michael logic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And takes so long to navigate So many lawyers and so much money that you know it's basically clear that you should go elsewhere. And there are countless you know, there are your stories all the time from doctors. Do you know they've been working on the front lines of the pandemic, and the rules surrounding their visas are such that they can't go work in another state, because that would involve resigning from one job going to another one, and that would invalidate their whole green card process. If you are a engineering a business person, and you're stuck in line your kids can age out. And have to leave the country. They're not covered by the dream Act because they're actually legal. And so when you put that all together, you're seeing people who are just realizing that okay, it comes to American College. You need to have an exit plan because they won't be able to stay based on based on their education and their skills. If you if you've been here, you know, 10 20 years and and you know, you look at what's going on with immigration reform. You can see that the focus is elsewhere and not on the legal immigrants who are sure standing in line for decades. Christine Michael Logic. She is in the European Union's former United Kingdom, and now that it could stand alone. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter ship. Good afternoon. Would you like.
"michael logic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Major league Baseball. Best of the catchers in the National League West all eyes point to the 24 year old Will Smith of the world champion Dodgers with a full season ahead. Smith promises to hit with power as he did in 2019 John Baxter show all four hours available on distinguished podcasters such as I am John Baxter. This is the job that's for show. Immigration much in the news because of the change from the Trump administration's treatment of the border with Central America. With Mexico and the Biden administration's intentions, however, immigration is a much larger story. Not entirely about illegal or undocumented immigration, but documented immigration the legal way to become an American citizen. I'm joined now by someone who has great experience in waiting to become an American system. A citizen. This is Christine Michael Logic. She's in London. She was born in Canada in Montreal. And was educated and worked for many years in the United States, waiting for citizenship and Christina. Very good evening to you. I established the fact that you're Canadian, which is our strongest ally, our biggest trading partner, 150 years of a free and open border. Good. So you had an opportunity to travel to America for education, and then you had opportunity to work in America in Boston and other places. For more than a decade. In that time you were looking to become an American citizen. How do you go about that? What happens to you? And what is the way to become American citizen? Good evening to you, Christine. Good evening, John. And thank you so much for having me on the show. I'm delighted to be able to talk about the legal immigration system. Thank you s Oh, look, I came to America in 2003 for college and I absolutely fell in love with the country. I was born in Canada. You know my parents since your thoughts and fled Communist, Eastern Europe, and when I came to the U. S, I discovered a terrific country's filled with Fantastic, energetic people where it was all about your how much you could do and what you could achieve and how to pursue your happiness. And what I wanted to do was to stay in the U. S on. I wanted to do with the light over the right way and do everything legally. Unfortunately, merit is the worst way to come to America. Right now, 70% of Green cards are given a people based on family and marriage. And, you know, that's why you should be able to bring in your spouse is but only 5% of green cards are given to people based on their jobs and qualifications. And just to take us. In fact, you a lot of Americans don't don't know too much about how the system working here. Why should they? But to come to America you to visa. There are different types of Lisa's student visas, work visas, then Some of these visas, let you get a green card and a green card is what you need to basically living work in America freely. Otherwise, you could have been in America for 20 years and paid your taxes. If you lose your job, That's it. You've got a couple of weeks to leave the country. Green card means you can participate in America fully accept you can't vote. Do that. You have to become US citizens, and I speak a couple of years. So really, the Holy Grail for all immigrants is the green card. But unless you're married or related to an American, there's there's really no way in. You could be waiting 80 years you could be ticking all the boxes following all the rules, um and and still get the knife. Puzzle here. I know Canada has a system where they very much care about profession experience education. Does the US care about experience Profession? Education in this green card process is it is, it emphasized at some point in the applications. Only to an extremely limited extent. I mean, it's it's that sort of 5% deliver the stable toe do it on that basis, and the reason for that is because the process is so cumbersome. It takes so long, and it's so antiquated. I mean, government bureaucrats aren't the best matching up with today's very active and dynamic economy. So you've got criteria They don't really make sense, And it's basically a box picking exercise that last years and years and years. And then on top of that the tragedy of it is that Depending on what country you're from the actual weight between getting accepted for green card and actually receiving it can be 80 plus years long. So basically merit qualifications. They don't count. This isn't a points based system. This isn't a merit based system. Is. Is there a cap on how many people can be processed by the green card? Is that why it's such a small amount of people who are not married? And have applied and waited in line. So they have a big pool, and only a few percentage can get through. Is that fixed? Christine? Do you know There is a cap and what particularly painful is that the cap is based on country of origin, which is which is really painful because where we've been aboard? You can't change that. Especially if you're if you're born in India. On DCI China. I mean the weight and basically hopeless. You're completely not welcome, regardless of your qualifications. Well, in your case, though, you were born in Canada, and it wasn't hopeless, but but hope was not rewarded. Because you write you were turned up now what happens as you wait a year to year Do you get updates Do is their website you go on and say, How am I doing this year? Do you have Ah! Somebody assigned to you each year that you're reporting to some continuity. Oh, my gosh, I wish I mean, the difficulty with this system is that you yourself as an immigrant when you're applying through your job has very little agency. So it's your company that applies In my case, it took me for 12 years to create the right case. And honestly, it is like a legal case. It's almost like mounting a legal defense. There's no application it czar whole stack of hundreds and hundreds of pieces of paper that have, frankly, very little to do with who you are and what you've accomplished. And then it's your company that actually Miles, four green card for your position. You're essentially a third party. That just happens to be the beneficiary of this process if it works out I didn't actually get to see my application, and most immigrants don't because it's entirely in the hands of the employer and their lawyers. The puzzle. Then about this process. It strikes me, Christine because you're from Canada. You're Canadian citizens strikes me that the system is is established. Not to permit you to emigrate to discourage you two fought to to encourage you to fund to look elsewhere. Does it That might be your experience. Did you speak to others who were disappointed that they felt That they had a sense that the US didn't want you. Absolutely. I mean it. Z President Biden mentioned in in signing executive orders today that he wanted to sort of improve the re established the reputation of the United States when it comes to immigration, and he was talking about illegal immigration. But when it comes to people who are who want to come to America to start businesses to go to great universities? The reputation isn't that the What is essentially close to them now in a pandemic. Obviously there are gonna be restrictions. I can't visit the U. S right now. But the system has been built over the course of decades wasn't like this 2030 years ago. And also, you know, this wasn't put together by the by the Trump Administration is it took years and years to get to where we are, And right now, if I You know, if you want to come to America based on merit, the system is closed to you, or the system is so punishing.
"michael logic" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Most distressing was abject fast forward to twenty twenty. We have fantastic aggressive medical therapy to expect well. Most of the population were stressing different than the population that we did indeed or is published on the ninety s by its older by about average seven. Ten years. We have more females in it. We have more aggressive medical therapy and we have more fundamental michael logic just over the next probably a. We're doing here with talk about how we find jaundice. Thanks have a credible. I feel like. I'm watching another awesome talk from cardiac imaging agoura until the audience. I can't stress enough. The differences between the quality for pet imaging spectrum aging utility of attenuation correction. I learned this from half back as you. My very first nation in cardiology fellowship was nuclear imaging and it was just incredible as a first week fellow. I felt like. I could almost tell. The differences in perfusion defects in pet imaging but suspect was still quite challenging. And of course for the audience use nuclear tracers and inject them into the patient they Throughout the my cardio and give off. That's acquired reconstructed and based on that we get and image of overall perfusion. And we see what happens and dressed at stress. And we know is they're not fact reversible defector fixed defect and. I remember when i think my sensitivity was very high in my specificity was very low. I was calling defects on the spectrum. All the time and that's when hefei introduced the notion of attenuation correction because without a correction you can imagine as the signal passes through soft tissue. Whether it's the diaphragm breast tissue the signal will get attenuated. Which is going to have less signal getting to the image acquisition and sort of looked like a defect but when you have attenuation correction not you can see that actually. It's okay was surprised to know how many labs she don't have built in attenuation correction and of course. Pet imaging has has that feature essentially built in based on physics. Is that fear hefei absolutely on a two or three things..
"michael logic" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Apparently they're going to be protests and arm protested capitals across the country. Obviously everybody needs to stay safe. President trump put out a statement in response to all of these rumors. Everything that is going on talking about the risks of additional demonstrations talking about condemning the violence. He says i condemn the violence in my violence against what my movement stands for which must have come as quite a shock to the crowd here was president from condemning the violence yesterday. I want to be very clear. I unequivocally condemn the violence that we saw last week. Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country and no place in our movement mob. Violence goes against everything. I believe in and everything are movement stands for no true supporter of mind could ever endorse political violence. No true supporter of mind could respect law enforcement or our great american flag became president. Trump continued along these lines. As we've seen too many rights into many mob it by the way it happens to be true the when you normalized political violence on one side of the aisle usually political violence results on the other side of the political while Once the once violent cat is let out of the bag. All the cats are out of the bag and and this has been a serious problem. That something tom mcclintock said yesterday on the floor of the house is true. Imagine if the country come out at one as one during the riots and said this violence is unacceptable. Everybody who's committing. It should not be justified. They should be arrested and they should be thrown in prison. It definitely would have had i. I think a combing impact. Unfortunately none of that happened. That is not to excuse anybody. Who's excusing violence today. Obviously no violence. No political violence in civilized countries should ever be excused. Here's president trump talking about the rioting and the mogae says this mob. Violence has to stop this again. It would have been much more useful about a week ago. We have seen too many riots. Too many mobs too many acts of intimidation and destruction. It must stop now. I am asking everyone who has ever believed in agenda to be thinking of ways to ease. Tensions calm tempers and help to promote peace in our country. Okay and he continued along these lines. Well he talked about the potential threats that are arising this weekend and up to inauguration here was president trump on that subject there has been reporting that additional demonstrations are being planned in the coming days both here in washington and across the country. I have been by the us. Secret service on the potential threats. Every american deserves to have their voice heard in a respectful and peaceful way. That is your first amendment right. But i cannot emphasize that there must be no violence. No lawbreaking and no vandalism of any kind obviously This this we hope that everybody takes jar and finally trump sounded off on the efforts. You censor cancel and blacklists. This happens to be well again. I wish that this statement had been made a month and a half ago. After the electoral college vote. That would have been the time to do this but better late than than not at all here. Was president from talking about the efforts to censor sensor and cancel and blacklist and And the problem with the backlash that we are now experiencing in the country. These are tense and difficult times. The efforts to censor cancel and blacklist. Our fellow citizens are wrong and they are dangerous. what is needed now is for us to listen to one. Another not to silence one another all of us can shoes by our actions to rise above the rancor and find common ground and shared purpose so that was president trump's statement yesterday meanwhile mitch mcconnell has announced that this thing is basically going over the impeachment. Meaning he says we've run out of time. he says. The house of representatives voted to impeach the president. The senate process will now begin at our first regular meeting following receipt of the article from the house given the rules. Procedures and senate precedents that govern presidential impeachment trials. There's simply no chance that fair serious trial could conclude before president elect biden warned in the next week. The senate has three presidential impeachment trials. They've lasted eighty three days. Thirty seven days in twenty one days respectively even if the senate process where to begin this week move promptly. No final verdict would be reached until after trump had left. Office does not decision i am making. It is a fact the president-elect himself stated last week his inauguration on january twentieth is the quickest path for any change in the occupants of the presidency. In light of this reality. I believe it will best serve our nation of congress and the executive branch spent the next seven days completely focused on facilitating a safe inauguration and an orderly transfer of power to the incoming biden administration. I'm grateful to the offices and institutions within the capital that are working around the clock alongside federal and local law enforcement to prepare for a safe and successful inauguration at the capitol next wednesday so in other words. We're out of time. There's really no point to this at this point since it is now the fourteenth and we are less than a week away from the inauguration of joe biden is the forty six president of the united states. Now they're serious. Legal questions to be asked whether impeachment can be pursued after the person leaves office justice. A judge named michael logic is very well. Respected former court of appeals judge. He wrote a piece for the washington. Post saying not. You really can't people after. They are out of office because they're out of office literally. Impeachments is to take them out of office. That's what it means. I'm but there others say no. You can actually pursue impeachment as way of barring the person from running for office in the future. In any case it's going to be a weird spectacle for americans two months from now to be talking about the impeachment of president who's no longer in office and Yeah as far as barring trump from running for future office presumably there could be some act of center..
"michael logic" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Looking at this image now you know I'm seeing all of this growth in the left hand side of the image. Well, that kind of extends back into the background of the picture that comes up through the broken flag, Rockin, and in the background, and I think that is a really hopeful Metaphor I wondered if that was spoke to you in any way seeing that kind of just organic growth that comes to the fore, and comes up again through the back through the broken flag. Well, you know I see that and I that's hopeful but in. View do this work to a different land is an African American I don't know I see a lot of hope in this work I see more desperation and more final straw, and and in the heat of the Sun That's that's the back is. Really hot and you know if you look at history of banning Andrews. How protested all the major museums? Any wall-sized artisan different things like that, so you see this idea of? Him Out there lobbying for place, and these institutions and I'm sure that was very tiring for him very, you know disheartening and so when I look at. This thing about equal opportunity and welcoming everyone and feeling like you. Are you know part of this country? But maybe you wanted the most despised people in the country, and and you've had enough so I see very different As after woman I see. This woman, who may be on a pedestal. This idea of the ideal woman in now, and he's also challenged that idea by knocking it off the. Pedestal so like I said this work could the unpack and and various ways. It is up to the viewer to come to bring whatever they have to it. You know like I said as a woman. She just differently, but I think when I look at this I look at this was a black American not so much of a been a woman. I? Think what you just mentioned about. Benny Andrews, really resisting his work. Being in museums at large is very interesting. Point at this juncture to because there has been a lot of attention paid to museums over the past couple of weeks about just kind of the systemic racism that informs them as well, and and looking at the Benny Andrews that Lens is also really interesting. You know thinking. Thinking of a work like this hanging in one of the best known museums in the world. How does that color your your thoughts about the the work itself? And how lab artists can resist some of the patriarchal and racist structures of the you know colonial museum. Structure Right Will Benny Andrews did not resist. He wanted to be a part of he wanted his language and his word to. To be a part of that dialogue, so when he was protesting outside of Mama and we, he was asking for inclusion at that point he was not. He was not a part of it so so I think you know when you think of white cubes, vice spaces and I think Air Marshall Talks about this. Also you want to be representative in here you had we are apart of. Of America in American history, art, history in our culture that the absence of black figures is is is striking and glaring, and and wanting to be a part of it is not saying you know. Let me in. Let me and is that I should always be. I should have always been a part of it, and I think that's. That's what he was saying when he was out. Protesting for inclusion I know there's a Lotta download right now about a collection to end bringing more after makeup artists into the full time when artists being defined and created this artifact of this particular time. is so important. You know it's important. I mean this is something that should been happening in thirty years ago is just now happening. I think that is a stain on Dean Museum. Society that they have not done that. Unfortunate, but you know. Like everyone says better late than never, and if people are having those types of compensation I welcomed him. I think it's very important. You know doing Coleman right now. A lot of museums are closed. Their revenue has been shut down. We need jail because they like I said they are cultural. Of the time in the past, the present in know so. I'm hoping people who have these dogs I'm praying today. Are you said you came to this work when you were in Grad? School and I just wonder you. You talked a lot about the materiality of of the painting, seeing the brush strokes and seeing. How did this kind of help? You think through what you were doing because. I know that that's around the time you started really. Going hard on on collage and whatnot right right? It helped me realize I can. I can add to collages. Created a sesame used clothes and AOTEAROA adapt to the McLaren that I'm just now employing in my work, but having it right. Damn arsenal noted can be done. That could be done very well. Saying that I was like Damn I didn't think about that. You know anytime you can go to our peace. They could teach you. It can give you a pathway to create something. Maybe even down the line his job, and so when I saw this and as larger was. Michael logic the are not will eight by ten. That huge pieces and Benny Andrews, you know He. He did a lot of mixed media he did. It was collage. It was symbolized. You know in his work and he just doesn't get enough credit for as so. It was really great for me to see this stuff and she did. I can do human forms and add you know the steel collage based based to it. You know so. It was perfect. I saw his hand in the work. You know his painting skills is used to shape and perspective. I was fantastic. Thank you so much for speaking with us about this. Exhibition simply called I'm will open at contemporary in.
"michael logic" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"I take it before bed. I get three times more rim sleep in and if I don't take it I get way less rensselaer the Hack I. I have my sleep with the true dark glasses. And a heck my rem sleep. I mean after hundreds of different things with little tiny bits. These are like the two or three x improvements specifically so David gave an wealth all of the listeners. This is what no well that might be it but this is Dave asprey. Is Dave experts. Dave just talk so all physiologic Michael Logic flow physiology Physiology we don't want to run a big enough before that general did not know. That's super useful in nerve growth factor. Same thing those are daytime only well there earlier there earlier day circadian rhythm things right so generally speaking the they're just simply what hyper awareness. Now maybe that factors into rem sleep but generally speaking you would want those faculties that that sense of how you are earlier rather than later so many of my patients. When I talk to them and they'll talk about looting but mundy's in three eight and then they'll say I started it but I noticed my sleep is off the for how you're taking it at nighttime onto while. Yes that's what I take from these. Yes take magnesium the biscuits sonate some the CITRATES ammonites rates. Those you can take later in the day from relaxation muscle relaxation perspective in mood. Reluctant Mideast three months earlier in the day. That's generally what I go off now. Dave you've got you've got to probably consider how his dot partnering with the Lion's Mane. Is there synergetic Some type synergetic Function or correlation or outcome. These are things that this is where we get into. You know knowing what you put one. Plus one sometimes doesn't equal to when it comes to micronutrients. Okay that makes a Lotta sense and I used to tell people. Take all your maggot night. And then when believe this was for headstrong The book about the Brain Macabre. I found a study that didn't exist when all the other stuff came out and it was the circadian rhythm of Magnesium in it peaks at noon. Which means you should take it in the morning. as I take half in the morning half at night but because of what you said I'm GonNa Switch Three and eight to the morning and I'm going to switch my other groupings of Mag to the night in see what happens to my so. That's what I do. So that's what I do. I take my three and that's and again and this is a beautiful thing and by the way to all this does out there. I should have always started as I do. Humility we're always learning. We're looking and by the way the need in the sense of learning does not negate the ability Davis championed to learn and do the best. You can with what you have case certainly than nothing else but if you find something that works better for you ultimately what works for. You works some most most important thing. I you saying that and you might not be normal You can be part alien like me And then you know. Hey what worked for. Everyone else just didn't work. Apparently there's some small percentage of people go on a low fat low calorie diet And actually lose weight and and can handle their life that way. It's just not most people in. I thought I was weird. That didn't work for me Okay now adapted. Jin's thinning astral Gandara Gonda magnesium doesn't up through. This might might help. I like to explain what an adopted. Jin does as as the idea of a throttle response. So if you're in a race car or Tessler or or something like that you press. The gas in the car goes right away. And you'll cut off gas in slows down right away doesn't coast and if you get in a normal car you press the gas you wait one two three and it kind of goes and it goes up and then you take off the gas in it coasts for a long time at that higher speed so you don't have that ability to go up down quickly and I'd like to think of adapted Jen's as increasing throttle response on stress so when there's a stressor you get you get more stressed more quickly and then you stop being stressed as soon as it's gone so you end up spending much less time in a state of stress because Ed turned it on. I turned it off. I'm good instead of it turned on and it stayed on for the rest of the day because something happened good explanation. Am I oversimplifying? Oh God beautiful explanation because what you did. I'm presuming Intentionally is what you've highlighted as for all of these responses including inflammation. It's not that we don't want it. We want it but we want the we want the ability to get the benefit out of it and then return to a state of neutral. We neither want we. These are the two states we don't want. We don't want the ability to not elevate these responses. And we certainly don't want the ability to stay stuck plateaued in those responses. So what? You've just done is beautifully illustrated. You want to be able to go through Circadian Rhythm of the response. Beautiful explanation days Thank you I appreciate it. I'm I'm always trying to think of. How do I explain to my kids? You know their Daddy. What are these things? It's it's just it's a funny situation now. I want to go a little bit deeper into some of the other biochemistry hair. You and I have heard of ACE TO I. We know what that is but most people had never heard of as to except maybe the pet detective Until recently in this Oh wait as to. That's how the virus gets in yourselves. Can you define what ace two is in talks about how genetics determine our risk there? Absolutely so the ace before we even put the to the NGO tencent. Converting enzyme is exactly what the word says it is. It's an enzyme at is an enzyme that functions and your tencent Renan system which simply is one of the most important systems of Reno kidney function and maintaining blood pressure and there's that theme again blood pressure gas so the Renan's attention system which has multiple functions in the body but generally speaking related to Kidney Reno cardiovascular blood pressure vascular health. That's your big umbrella ace now. There are two genes very closely related to each other each of them making an enzyme. There is the ace one. Gene on chromosome seventeen K which means it is an autosomal chromosome. We have two copies of it and that's the gene that ace one gene and the ace one enzyme. That's the enzyme that we inhibit will take things like arbs. I e these and your tents and risk these these these blockers for blood pressure. It's the ace one gene that we are fiddling with the ace two gene which does contribute to the whole engine. Renan's system is on chromosome x one of the sex chromosomes. It's not on. The autism will chromosomes. Why am I stressing this because women have two copies of the ACE two gene one? Each of the x chromosomes men have one copy of the gene because we are ex wise. We only have one copy of the x chromosome if you have one copy of the Eugene. Okay so a little clarification. A lot of doctors have been hearing them speak and they are mistaking the ace two gene. Full the gene as one two totally different genes number one number two this as two gene and its role in sauce. Cova too. It's not new. At all. In fact it was the same gene that makes the same enzyme that is a times associated with the cell surface which is while recalling a receptor but again many clinicians are confounding. It is not a receptor in the classic term of it. It's an enzyme that can become a embedded in the sole surface acting as a receptor. And yes the ace two is the thing that the sauce Cova too. But by the way the previous AUSE VIRUS DO ORIGINAL SAWS. Virus also entered the body via the ace two receptor gene Okay so it is basically a Essays two receptor. That acts like an asshole. I took a lot of smart drugs before the step aside. I apologize on behalf of all jokes of.
"michael logic" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"Becomes of a three plus. I mean I feel okay about it because it's a bit like a flower. I mean what we know is. Mushrooms are just the flowering headset disseminate spores. The real thing is the stuff underground. That's probably the scariest area. But what's great about the Thaad Rim of the show is really seeing the uses of the organism mice helium something functional and positive that actually can have a positive effect like you can make breaks works out of it. You can make clothes out of I find this. You make furniture out of it and I find that really amazing well. Let's hope for us to the third room in the chef Chaska and we on the mushroom lamp shades. In this third the fun of the of the show what can we around us. Okay so this is really devoted to. Let's say the future thinking around mushrooms. So we've got design objects by Specimen Cox Velocity refer to. We've we've got shoes by Christo pitas and clothing by Aniello Nick. Then we also have a film Jason Evans which was during Analyses Book. Documenting People Picking Mushrooms and Pacific Northwest. And we have a crazy Bana. Google deep brush mushroom and at the center of the room. MM-HMM WE HAVE J. rimless burial suit so as an ecological way of dying instead of leaking all the toxins and our body into the earth. This actually turns us into mushrooms. uh-huh and then we have our Pentagram typeface if you'd like type in your name growing mushroom this do this experiment that while I tried to say this is hype it into an IPAD. So she'll do the full name and you'll see it starts growing up. This is incredible. I mean it's the design of this is wonderful and every single time you type it in. It will come in a slightly different way in the same way that no mushroom is exactly the same. I'm this is quite an incredible thing. So how did you say just for this specific part Pentagram guest design agency. What was the kickoff for this did you? Did you like to do something Michael Logic. Who in a phone? I told them about the concept of the show. And they took it from there. And they worked with a couple Blah Blah China's counterpoint. Ten Rosie emory to develop this kind of growing form and they had interactive designers. Like actually make it into this sort of computer program that you play With but I love it. It's almost constant growing something that's technological but very organic and I think that's a great metaphor for what the room is about. We're using technology to to think about how we can engage in a more positive way with nature as opposed to just relying on technology and exploiting nature. Do you think that commercials. Br Bad press away in sort of in the seventies and eighties being purely a kind of period kind of drug application. Do you think that's been washed away. Now that we see this sort of health benefits we see the kind of models almost as some idea of sort of social cohesion away. That people could be if people were a little bit more more Michael Logic. Yeah they highlight. How important is to live symbiotically with the world? They are like they exist with tree roots. They make trees grow grow. Better they are totally intertwined with many plants roots. I mean this is so fascinating for me but I I think what I really want to make clear in the show as much to mushrooms beyond beyond the obvious psychedelic reference. That People Nudge Nudge Wink wink. Thank of that actually. Mushrooms are kind of a metaphor for so many other different aspects that they have have practical applications but also can really make people engage with art philosophy science in a different way we end in the gift shop as exhibitions exhibitions. must on this. We wouldn't know me look at the gift show in a program but you can some interesting collaborations you've got. I mean I can a graphic ethic shape this good stuff to be had in the final of this show. I mean this one final artwork which is Japanese flag mushroom inspired by post world. War You too clothing customization by Daniel David Freeman. And then yes. We have some prints we have almost every single thing. You possibly want with a mushroom Sri moment as well as a specific collaboration with origins. You've got one of the artists. Alex Morrison to do packaging on their mushroom. Facial care because Dr Vile is very very well-known nature path in America is doing special event sponsored by origins on the sixth of February. So yes there's a unit mushroom facials in their little spat book a little mushroom Keisha in the back room but the trump is fun and just finally there is a point where the as you said. There is a sort of a smirk about the idea of mushrooms because of their kind kind of call Tunis shape and because of those drug associations in the sixties and stuff this show that recognizes that smirk. Obviously I I guess the intention is to go beyond. I think once you start actually looking at the facts around Australia and seeing how interesting they all then you kind of those so much more to them beyond the PSYCHEDELIC. I didn't want to do a show just about people playing with their own minds. I actually wanted to show that really draws on. How important is that? We address relationship to nature like we're at this moment of pure climate crisis and anything that makes people a think about that again or be go to an exhibition that they would never have gone to otherwise his and realize that isn't scary and can be very engaging then. I think that's a really positive contribution. That was fun. Chaska Gavin curator of mushrooms. The Art Design and future fungi which is on now in the terrace rooms. Some house until twenty sixth of April This episode of Monaco Coach was of course produced by Holly Fischer an IBM rubberband. We'll be back at the same time next week to talk about the South Korean oscar-hopeful parasite but for the time being thanks..
"michael logic" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Coca Cola and not in the pot business no it is not coca Cola says it's not going to enter the cannabis business Steve and in an email to Bloomberg news the soft drink maker says it has stated this many times the latest speculation about coping cannabis was sparked by a YouTube video a YouTube video that has since been deleted it said a coca Cola drink with a C. B. D. extract would be introduced in Canada coca Cola says it's not so Hammond's Hon big news this week Amazon's all over the place yeah they are a patent application the by the online superstore offers a possible clue to the company's future plans Amazon wants to patent technology to identify people by scanning their hands recode says such technology could be important to the expansion of Amazon's cashier list goes stores are currently customers have to download a smartphone app to shop in the stores the day may come soon when people will be able to just wipe their palms to have their accounts build for the items they take man that's creepy this Boeing another Boeing executive I guess out the door yeah the story just goes on a further shake up another a key executive is a leading this is Michael logic he's retiring at the end of the year that's how this is being framed this time around but the logic was Boeing's general counsel up until last may at that point he was reassigned to advise former CEO Dennis Mullen Berg and the board of directors on matters related to the two fatal crashes of seven thirty seven MAX jets and of course his departures announced just days after Mollen Burke was ousted while at Comcast one final story Comcast in the news yeah Wall Street journal says the Comcast is in talks to buy zoom sumo operates a free video streaming service supported by advertising Comcast is planning to launch its own streaming service next year and this could give it a leg up hurting that said in the drug market there your future so okay they are pointing hires the vote of of the Friday session S. and P. futures up eight nasdaq futures up thirty six Dow futures up eighty from the Bloomberg news room by Jeff Ballenger on newsradio seven hundred WLW.
"michael logic" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I so Adam silver did an interview I don't I apologize for do you know who? We did the interview with because I didn't see exactly what did the interview with. I just saw the tweet about it. I don't even see the tweet I Michael Thompson. I got a very aggressive text me. So Michael's thrilled about figured. Here's the deal. Adam, so's asked about ratings this year and he basically said, look, LeBron being on the west coast hurt ratings, because on the east coast, people aren't staying up till one in the morning or one thirty in the morning to watch basketball that you could see at eleven eleven thirty, they're turning off their TV's. They gotta get up for work. So what he's proposing he's going to talk to the owners about is the west coast teams because look fifty one percent of the country lives in the eastern time zone, not just the east coast the eastern time zone. Not that forget about the central the mountain and the Pacific time. He's just talking specifically about east coast time zone. So he says, maybe we gotta move the games up till like six o'clock. I know that it'll be a big pain in the ass basically for people on the west coast, but your point your Dell we do that for the finals the game start at six o'clock. Well. Only the Western Conference finals. Like lo look at the game said the trailblazers in warriors have been starting at six for the most part. I just selfishly love this idea because I like to go home earlier. It's not even going home it just like I'm when I wake up on the day, I'm excited for the game. Right. And so the sooner the game comes I used to love the twelve thirty games Lakers. I'd let let's play this out. I love to the game. Do you know how much of a huge pain in the rear it's going to be for Laker fans to try to get to a Laker game at six o'clock? But again, they do it in the playoffs they've done it in the past. And so during the week that liquor France would adjust well during the finals, but you're talking about, but I'm saying you've earned the Western Conference finals, but starting at six but you're talking about what a handful a home game six home games. Like whatever it is eight home games tops. I'm just saying. So when you if you're a Laker game is an event. I if you're going to an event if it's a concert of his a game, whatever, like whatever time it starts, you just know when to leave for it, you're probably not staying for your whole workday. Anyway, on that, if you're going to go to a Laker game you got to meet your friends, so I, but I don't know. I don't know that I don't know what the Lakers think about this is just my own selfish. Yeah. Thought. I'm sure Michael logic is Michael wants to be home as soon as possible. He wants to get back to the palatial estates and he, he like, Orange County, Michael like me gets downtown early. Right. So it's like he goes and works out at the gym next door, even though he doesn't have a whole lurks waits for the door to open any stop yourself on your show. You stops in a Mason Ireland show anymore. He's done with that. What we have to call them. Yeah. We got a call him. He just does Mason in Ireland anywhere. Well, I'm only does what we call them would they won't come in. What did you do to him? George nothing. I don't know. I look son's probably listening sounds like there's an issue here michelina every money to talk about. He's a diva. Speaking of Michael, did you see? And by the way on Thursday. I want to get into that earlier in the show because I'd love to hear from fans on this by people who actually go to the games because different, you and I, of course, we want the damn games to start earlier, because a that means I can go home earlier, and you can go home earlier, like that, of course, would make a lot of sense, but I am curious what the fans thing..
"michael logic" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Consults out of our soil's, very very exciting and the clear morning sky, Venus. Was there this morning? Reading me. There was a satellite flying over wasted. When the car this morning five thirteen the space station went over is that what we got the alert because I did I did I did not get the alert goes into my spam? Folder. But I was up early enough to get it before it went out. I saw I saw fly southwest and northeast if that was. Nick. Five or six minutes viewing time. Yeah. That was it today station. Yeah. It was pretty cool pretty close. Sorry. I missed it. Now, it'll come back around. Let's see we've got free garden classes today. Well now. Nine o'clock in San Diego. It's going to be spring spring vegetables. Kathleen net class. That's right Canada. Yeah. My niece is going to be doing that. So that's gonna be at nine o'clock today in San Diego nine thirty. It's going to be seed starting workshop. That's that's what was the oh was it's a that's a paid workshop. Yeah. That is not a that is not a free garden class, and you do need to RSVP. I would say come in. But last night when I left there were still a few spots. But we're getting close, okay? So you can you can show up. And if if if we have the space, we'd be more than happy to have you otherwise you can also give us a call at one eight hundred. Sorry. Eight five eight five one three four nine zero zero. It's a thirty dollar material fee and Brigitte from San Diego seed companies is going to be bringing San Diego seeds. We'll have the little starter stations and soil and you'll go home with at least six different varieties of veggies seeds to to get you started to get things going. Yes. And then Marceca February's already over March second it's going to be a lady bug release party in San Diego. Yeah. You're going to release some lady. But yeah, I believe that I think maybe James is going to be kind of high piper is probably pretty neat to wander around the store, and you know, ladybugs are kinda cute when they're going at I always try and Hugh open them in the car on the way home. That's always a good idea at nine thirty next next Saturday in power. It's going to be organic pest control is is deemed, George, George, George. Talking about ladybugs friend of mine came in. This was a couple of years ago. But some lady bugs for. Eighty bucks for kids. Take him home. They went home release amendment. When the lady ladybugs ended up in inner kids ear. She had to go to the doctor to have the lady bug removed. Yeah. So we're gonna have to have little release liability release form signed before people. Go home with lady bugs. I found it. She she thought it was pretty funny, actually. March ninth. It's going to be a spring tomato class in San Diego at nine o'clock, and Chuck McLaughlin. Is going to be talking about his new book? How orchids re bloom class in book signing empowering that's going to be at nine thirty. And actually had a guy. I should have brought it in maybe the break. All judge Judy says that falls under shoulda woulda coulda. Yeah. Could be. Sorry, you're gonna bring it in. I it's it's in my car. I just need to go. L? At the break. I'll go I'll go get it. That's a very it's a looks like a really good book. Yeah. Does the class was well received? Yeah. There was a lot of people there. Good nothing going on and Balboa park this week. This weekend at appears. Although the Michael logical society fair was last was that last week that was. Today, man, mother swear by wish I wish I had been able to get down there for that. But under the weather doesn't help me to that end yesterday. When I got home, I took a quick hike up the water tower, and there were some fungi growing on the pathway. That's the end of my Michael logic. Take pictures of it to try to identify it. You know, I didn't. But I was Josh. And I were talking about the mushrooms that he collected with the professional in Asia somewhere many years ago, and they all look the same day to Josh. But the guy knew the right ones, and they prep them and everybody's still alive. But see that's the thing. I I'm I'm sure that if I did that I would be dead. I don't like him anyway. So I would never eat them. Anyway. So that's okay. Back on. That is true. It's like a beat you. That is true. That is true. But at least at least mushrooms, don't taste like dirt. So if you wanna give us a call one eight hundred seven six zero k f Embiid number that's one eight hundred seven six zero fifty three sixty two. So after all this rain, what are you guys have most of in your yard? I know what I am now weeds weeds growing out of control everywhere, and my chickens and goats can't keep up with eating them all have one girl don't say that. If you want help in getting rid of all of the weeds around your yard. If you want some professional help to ridge your yard of unwanted.
"michael logic" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"Talk and i'm telling them like a how i feel at feeling like i am by like i'm crazy losing my mind i remember standing and cvs with my friend in line and i saw the whole back row behind her move when she did and you know moments like that i had worddissociation with her body and you think you're schizophrenic you're seeing things like i was sitting in my bathroom and the lights turn yellow now it oh my god and those moments her your terrified if you'll loan you feel like there's something wrong with your embarrassed to talk about it and noone can help you like my the par par was my boyfriend who is so amazing but he be like i see your thinking about it like let's talk about it and if i talked about it i'd feel it and saw isaac ior talk about it i want to ignore it and do something else and argue sued the fear has to be your physical manifestation you've right she got to excite you know that it is saving chemically it is a seattle michael logic guzzler and that was the worst thing here i went to the merge zero one i 'cause i was like i think i'm allergic toward i ate might throw is closing and i'm having trouble breathing and they told me this is a full blown panic attack and i was like what do you mean though this is your brain tricking you telling you that your throws and i was like i can i just don't believe what are you me like it blows your mind and what i learned was like people have in don't talk about it known in my family yeah might have more brother he was he's like my savior my true savior in all of this because my parents never experience it they they were like i was like i'm gonna emergency room my momma be like now come come over here i'll rubber head i'm like no i need an oxygen tank like but my older brother he's in my eyes he so strong he can party for weeks and be fine and he lives the best life and he's always happy but he came to me when i was in this stage and was like oh i've gone to the emergency room i haven't told mom and dad i have these all the time one.
"michael logic" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"Thanks for downloading the show from pc one before we get rolling here's a word from one of the folks who helped bring you this podcast following program is a podcast onecom presentation he's a lifestyle blogger extraordinaire thursday dan he's a serial entrepreneur a very smart company and now lauren efforts and michael logic bringing you along for the ride meter welcome to the skinny confidential him and her welcome confident on him poincare the nine michael monsters come over there really to hang of discounts so we're gonna of pop right into the shell after we give him in her tip of the week by today we have my parents on and my brother miles so this should be really interesting going to get into a lot of like relationship marriage new relationship you know advice odd thing that remarkable tips this week i need a couple of tips youtube slow your old buddy lot more tips to me you need to learn to take out the trash on a daily basis don't chat my tip of the week is for you to pipe down all right i'm actually going to get into my real tip of the week it's the her tap so this tip has to do with instagram editing i get a lot of questions on how to add to your instagram so this is a tip that anyone can do it's super easy download the face tune this is not sponsored by case to just really really like it and instead of using it to smooth your face like a cartoon.