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Brandon Staley's Aggression Breaks the Mold... And the Raiders

Charger Chat

00:31 sec | Last week

Brandon Staley's Aggression Breaks the Mold... And the Raiders

"What team has ever been up by two scores, you know, 14 points and going for it on fourth down. What team does that? That was unbelievable. I mean, like you expected it now because it's Brandon staley. But you're up by two scores and you're going for it on fourth down, it's like, dude, like this is such a different team with such a different mentality than it ever has been in recent years. And it is so exciting to watch, man. These guys are playing every day. They're playing their hearts out. And it's just it's a

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"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"You know the perfect significant other for you is going to look very different than your best friend in. It's gonna look very different then your neighbor you know what i mean like. It's just not as simple as fitting a mold. And i always felt like i needed to fit that mold in. Guess what it did. It stopped me from truly getting to know the guys had crushes on and it stopped me from having a not awkward kiss in high school. I could have definitely gone for like a genuinely good fun. Cast in high school. Like i definitely could have done that like i definitely would have liked to have done that. But instead every single experience i had was extremely awkward and uncomfortable for me and not enjoyable whatsoever because i was so concerned about the fact that i did fit the right mold. Don't take a shot. Every time i say mold please because there will be deaf involved but anyway the moral of the story is. There are a lot of molds in our world. There's the mold of the stereotypical ideal man. The mold of the stereotypical ideal woman. The mold of the stereotypical ideal mother father grandmother uncle everything. Everything has a fucking mold right. Even things like art have a mold learning to accept that. You're never going to fit perfectly into those molds is one of the most freeing things you can do for yourself because it allows you to truly lean into who you really are regardless of what it looks like so that you can accept yourself and feel confident in your own skin so that you can experience life to the fullest and have fun. I didn't have fucking fun for so long. Because i was so concerned that i didn't fit the mold of a woman you know. I stopped myself from experiencing so many fun different things you know because i just felt like there was something wrong with me. You know in the funny thing about it is is that you know. All of these molds are just stupid and pointless anyway like they're not real they're not a real thing there limitations that are put on by our own imagination. They're not a real thing. And i think that once you look at it like that it's so much easier to say. Well then fuck with that like fuck all that. Fuck fuck it. I don't want any of that. Also by the way. I don't know what type of like the words that just came out of my mouth. Two sentences prior to this one. I like there was definitely some sort of mix up leg with my body when the words were coming out the way it came out just sounded real scary to me and concerning but anyway i think that that's all i got for today. Guys i really really just wanted to talk about this because it's just something that i've struggled with throw my life up until recently and although it's kind of hard to avoid i think that it can be comforting to hear if it's something that you're struggling with now that there's a light at the end of the tunnel. I think that you absolutely grow out of it. You evolve out of it and you really learn to appreciate your own individuality. And what makes you who you are. And i think that something that i've more recently become proud of within myself is that i don't care about what stereotypical mold something fits into. If i enjoy it. I'm going to enjoy it. I don't care if it's deemed girly or it's fucking deemed like whatever like shut the fuck up like shut up with all of that. It's stupid i don't care and i don't care if people make sumptious about me you know based on things that i'm interested in or things that i like. I know who i am within my core. And i know what i like and i'm not gonna let anything get in my way you know. There's no reason to do that. If i want dress a certain way because it makes me feel good. I'm going to do that. And if other people are like. Oh well she's dressing like a boy she's kind of dry you know it's like that's the dumbest shit i've ever heard in my life and i know that this is a conversation. That's been happening. Broadly you know in the world and on the internet for a while now. But i just wanted to say that like just because it's something that were we've been talking about more on the internet doesn't mean that it's not something that we still struggle with. You know these. Stereotypes are still very prominent whether we like it or not. And although i don't think they're necessarily. I don't know i don't know if they're necessarily avoidable. I don't know i don't know. I think that they're very ingrained in us. And i think that to a certain extent you know there's nothing we can do about it. But i think that it's about rejecting it yourself and just making the decision to ignore them as much as you possibly can on that note. Thank you for listening. I really enjoyed this episode. I hope that you guys had fun. I hope that you guys gained something from this in some way. I appreciate you all so much for coming back in listening. I really appreciate you guys more than you know in talk to you next week see.

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

07:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"This week's tinder hotline. I asked you guys. Ask me questions about dating safely and you guys delivered. So let's get into it. Somebody said if. I've been talking to somebody online for a really long time. Is it okay to meet up with them in a private place rather than a public place. I know that it might seem tempting to just go straight to a private meet up with tinder date if you guys have been talking for a while and you feel like you're comfortable with them but my answer is now. My answer is no always stay in a public place in being control of your own transportation for at least the first few days and then try to get like some sort of background check in place before you start really hanging out one on one because the truth of the matter is you just don't know who you're working with you know what i mean and it's just better to play it safe and even if you think that your instinct is right and they're totally fine and you guys can meet up at your apartment in fine. Don't do it just don't do it. Somebody said what do i do if the date is going badly. I don't feel safe. And i wanna leave well for starters. You should always trust your intuition. If something's off something's off just get out there. Don't think twice if you feel weird. Get out a few things that you could do number one. You could give your friend. A code word overtaxed. That basically means like i'm not doing well. I need you to pick me up and you guys can agree on that word beforehand. And so your friend knows that. They received that word overtaxed or on the phone that they need to come pick you up also. It's not about idea to share your location with a friend. A family member somebody so that they know where you are at all times so that they can pick you up. Also you can literally just say. Hey i'm going to head to the restroom real quick to go to the bathroom and then just leave. You can absolutely do that. There is no rule in the rule. Book saying you can't do that because there's no rulebook. It might seem a little bit awkward. Like if you can sneak out of there to sneak out of there even if they're not harmful. You can still technically do that. You know what i mean. You can still technically get up and just simply leave and if the scenario is a little bit more serious and you really really feel like you're endanger tele waitress. Tell the bartender. Just tell somebody that you're feeling uncomfortable. And ask them for help and they got you got your back. Okay guys. That wraps up. This week's tinder hotline. Thank you for your thoughtful questions as always. I hope that you walk away with a better understanding of the safe dating toolkit available to you on tinder. Tinder is here to help you date safely. When you're ready to meet up with a match in real life a few things that i noticed about my generally bad self-esteem was that my bad self. Esteem caused me to allow myself to be treated worse than i maybe deserved like in moments when i could have said to a guy you know. Can you stop being a fucking asshole. I just didn't say anything or in moments when you know. I was being disrespected in any way by guys. I just like wouldn't speak up and the thing. That's so shitty about that. Is that not only. Did i get hurt in that process but also those guys could've learned something from me. I could have been like you can't fucking talk to people like that. You can't talk to women like that. You talked to anybody like that. I could have said that's not the way that you behave in that scenario etc etc they could have learned something and could have gotten less hurt but that didn't happen because i had zero spine. I also never showed my true personality in relationships. Because i was always trying to be this ideal woman right so like i would only show interest that i had two guys that i was talking to her dating that. I thought that they would think was impressive. I wasn't fully authentically myself. I was just showing bits and pieces of me. That thought that they would like that. Would make me seem like the ideal woman and i wasn't necessarily lying about who i was. It was more that. I was selective. About what sides of myself. That i would choose to show and i think you know through more relationship experiences throughout my older life you know and having more freedom to be really truly myself in all ways. I've been able to release that. Fear that i'll be rejected if i'm not the ideal woman and i've learned to appreciate like my body exactly as it is. You know it's like. I'm i might not have the body of you know cat woman in her suit with her. You know more curvaceous body. I might not have that. That's okay. I don't fucking care anymore. I'm over it. I'm like i'm over it and guess. What my mindset has changed now where i'm like. Listen you get what you get with me all or nothing. And i think the other thing that helped me reach. This place was just simply getting fed up of feeling. Like i needed to alter who i was to please guys when in reality. I don't think that the guy's fucking care. I don't care i can't speak for them but i do not think that they care. I don't think that guys are expecting fucking like stereotypical idea of a woman. I don't think that they're expecting anything like you know. I think they're just expecting whatever makes the most sense to them in that given moment whoever makes the most sense to them in that given moment whoever fits their criteria for significant. Other at that given moment it's not about the stupid service levels. Shit it's not about fitting some sort of feminine mold or fitting anymore in general. It's about genuine human connection in the special connection that humans share that. We can't even really explain within relationships. That's what people are seeking not fucking like any kind of stupid external factor. You know the thing that makes us individuals so special is the fact that we're all so different. We all have very different backgrounds very different interests very different styles very different views on life. That's what makes being human such a rich experience is that there's so many different types of people.

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

05:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Basically. We're out of beach. Bonfire and these beach bonfires like literally the whole point was that everybody would go and then they were just go fucking like somehow somebody would be like Yeah i choose you and then two people would go hide behind like a rock in just like make out for like fifteen minutes and then come out okay. So that's high school. Which i don't miss in any way like what the fuck anyway. So i went to one of these beach bonfires and spur. Whatever reason this guy chose me and i was like. Oh fuck now. Meanwhile i only kissed to people prior to him. And i mean like i. I had no experience okay. I didn't know how to fucking kiss a boy barely and it takes a little bit of practice long story short. This dude like grabs my arm and just starts walking. And i'm like oh my god. I'm so excited. Like i have a crush on this guy but like i don't know what i'm doing like what am i gonna do. Meanwhile this guy is like he's literally gone in like dated girls in grades above us like he's like weirdly experienced in like whatever i don't know on what planet he must have just been bored of all the girls that had boobs and just decided that he was in the mood for me this day. Whatever I make that joke in the most respectful way possible. I'm not trying to be like insensitive. I'm making fun of myself here. Okay and there's nothing wrong with not having big boobs. I love my boobs. I have nothing against them. I'm just saying that. I'm just realizing i'm realizing that this is about to go on the internet. There's so much emotion going on anyway. Okay long story short. We go over there. I'm shaking physically like my hand is physically shaking. We cast. it goes awful. It fucking awful. He steps back from me. He looks at me for like three seconds in just walks away and says nothing to me. I remember this like god. It was so bad guys. It was bad like bad. That fucked me up. That fucked me up. That fucked me up for for two years. I literally was like. Oh my god. I knew it like i'm not worthy of this like i'm not worthy of participating in this like i don't deserve this like i failed you know and so I went through a phase after that Where i really just blocked boys out of my head. You know pretty much. Shut off that whole part of my brain. I didn't even really have crushes anymore for like two years. I didn't literally look at a boy. I didn't think about boy. I just boys did not exist to me after that for like two years And then i got a crush on another boy. Because you know you can't hide for long and then that became my first boyfriend and i think that my first relationship my first real relationship did help me start to feel more comfortable with the whole concept of being you know at all intimate with a guy In learning that. Like hey. I can do it i can do it and i'm i deserve it. You know. I think that it's almost impossible to get comfortable with that without being in your first relationship I think that that's like. I don't think i would have ever had that kind of breakthrough. If i wouldn't have had my first relationship. Like i had to have that first relationship to truly rip the band aid off right but the problem doesn't end there because although my first relationship helped me get over the intimacy boundary that i had. It didn't help with myself. Esteem myself esteem was still pretty bad. And i think that my bad self-esteem genuinely stemmed from the media. You know like from the media from youtube girls that i watched on youtube and you know seeing beautiful women that had very stereotypically feminine bodies like all these different things right and seeing girls at school. Who were you know. Fit the mold them. Get the most attention. It was like all of that combined just was so fucking hammered into my head that i just couldn't shake it. It was just. It became the way that my brain worked. You know and so that followed me. Even after i had my first relationship. And i got through you know a few of those obstacles. There were still many obstacles that needed to be navigated around in most of them were mental. Everyone's.

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"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Videos are my favorite thing to talk about with other people. I love watching them. I love watching them with people. I love discussing them analyzing them. It's so fun and now facebook watch has them. It's a place you can discover new videos appreciate longtime favorites in discuss with other fans if you like video because it inspires. You reminds you of someone who used to date or the mood that you're feeling right this moment. This is the place that you can explore share in common about them on facebook. Watch there's hip hop pop latin alternative. In whatever else you're into it's got all your favorite artists and songs. It's not just about the music it's about what it means to you and other people and the comments are awesome to read. It's so fun other music. Lovers are sharing all kinds of great stuff. Sometimes even the artists are responding to comments. Visit facebook watched to explore more and share the love of music videos now in high school. It was bad because of course my obsessive crushes continued. I- obsessive is really honestly doing myself a disservice. Because i was not obsessive. But i in my opinion i was obsessive but i it was not unhealthy by any means. I just really really liked these boys. Like i would just get so like i was so beside myself in love with them like i would close my eyes at night and it was all i thought about which to me seems obsessive but i wasn't like fucking tracking their phones in trying to figure out what they where they weren't. She had not like that obsessive. I wasn't watching them sleep through their window. Okay i was just thinking about them. Twenty four seven all day and that was all. I thought about all the time all day in class in going to bed at night every day. When i was in the shower not in a weird way like but every second i was thinking about whoever i was having a crush on at that moment. Which to me is obsessive. Now that i've defended myself. Let's continue in high school. I had my first case and this was an absolute train wreck. Because the reason why i decided to have my first kiss on the day that i did have my first kiss was because i was one of the last people in my friend group to have their first kiss and it was a new year's party and everybody was like well get it over with tonight. We have the we have a perfect specimen. He's open to participating. Just do it. So that's how i had my first kiss in. I remember in the moment of it thinking. Like i'm not meant for this like i am not like i'm not cut out for this like i'm not good at being a woman. I'm not good at this stuff. I'm not confident. I don't have like this confident. Weightiness about me. That i imagine the ideal woman does have. I don't look the way that i should. I didn't feel like worthy of receiving any kind of male attention. You know because i was like i don't fit the fucking mold like why should any guy like me or be interested me or even fucking kiss me even if it's forced on new years because i had my first cat it's like i didn't feel like i deserved appreciation in a way from men because i didn't feel like i fit the mold my first highschool relationship that never even actually turned into a real relationship because it only lasted two weeks absolutely went up in flames partially because i think that i had a crush on the idea of this boy rather than the actual reality of who he was not that he's a bad guy but just like he wasn't the type of guy i thought he was right so i think i kind of had a crush on the idea of him which was the first misstep but the second misstep was that once we started kind of going on dates in a way i just didn't have the confidence to behave like a normal human being because again i just didn't feel like i was worthy. I felt like. I was a phony almost i was like. I'm not a real woman like. I don't have boobs. I don't have a but like i don't fuck in. I don't know how to give off this. Like essence of hotness. Like in any fucking way i don't i don't wanna fucking do that like i was like i am not prepared for this like i don't fit the mold in. I can't do it. Basically every romantic situation. I got myself into in highschool blew up in flames. Because i felt so underqualified. I felt underqualified physically. Because i felt like i didn't look the part i felt underqualified mentally because i felt like i didn't have the personality of a desirable woman. I felt like i wasn't experienced enough as well because i had very few experiences. Because all of them had been stopped by my feeling of inadequacy and it was just this absolute trainwreck. His absolute trainwreck. And you know. I also had a few bad experiences as well. That kind of made it worse. Like i remember. I had this massive crush sophomore year of high school on this guy and he was like this guy that a lot of girls liked and fuck. I can't believe i'm telling this story way out. this is kind of spicy. Okay and.

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"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

07:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Know and then it's like if i were to actually date them. It would probably be a nightmare. But the reason why. I'm talking about this in the reason why i bring up my intense passion for boys is because this really strong feeling and my tendency to get these really strong crushes made me value. The opinion of whoever my given crush was at the moment. Probably more than i should have right and i was always very analytical of the guys that i had crushes on because for whatever reason i was just i mean. I think this is relatively normal. I think that the truth is. I think most people probably have crazy. Extreme crushes all the time. And it's like just kind of unspoken and nobody talks about it so for me. I feel like. I'm weird. Because i have these crazy crushes but in reality it might be more normal then. I think i always felt like an outcast with my friends. Because i was like. Why are you not freaking out that like so and so just walked by our table. They're like they go to our school. I'm like yeah. But i don't know like i felt i was always the most obsessed and i feel like i was also the most curious about what these boys thought about and how they lived and how they exist like i don't know i was paying the most attention to these boys out of everybody and growing up. I was not into all the stereotypical feminine. Kind of things you know. I wasn't really into wearing like stereotypical girly or feminine things. Listen take that with a grain of salt. I don't necessarily like i. We have to go at the stereo like take it with a grain of salt okay. But i wasn't into that stuff as much. And when i was younger like when i was in preschool elementary school. It didn't really matter. But once i got into middle school i started to feel like oh shit like i need to start playing the game a little bit. You know like girls are coming to school. And they're looking really pretty in girly. And i was like fuck. Okay i need to move on to move fucking everybody rolling out you know like we need to start picking up the girly shit here because like the boys are looking at them. They're looking at the girls girls. Not at me so i need to go. We need to start moving. You know so. That was fine. And i started playing that game. A little bit but internally. It didn't feel right. Do you know what i mean internally. I don't really feel like. I'm being myself but i also didn't even know what that meant at the time because i was what thirteen so deep down i knew something fell kind of off. But it's like how much self-reflection can i do as a thirteen year old. Not much so. I just kind of went with the flow of the whole thing and you know i had some boys like me here and there but i always felt like i was kind of the last choice in a way or not even a choice at all one. Middle school head. I had a realization. That i don't even think i realized that i realized which was that. I didn't really fit the stereotypical mold of a woman. And you might be like. Yeah because you were thirteen. No it was more than that you know like for starters. The way that i was dressing you know was very much emulating the girls around me that the guys liked and things that i was interested in kind of all went away because they didn't fit the mold of what the other girls were doing. I used to be really into making like claymation animations at like making little animated videos out of clay. I used to be really into drawing even like there were so many things i was like really into but then when i got to middle school they didn't fit the mold of the girls. That the guys light and so through all that away I also hit puberty really late. I didn't hit puberty until i was sixteen. I didn't get my period until i was sixteen years old. So you can imagine how underdeveloped. I looked you know in middle school especially i was super short. Had absolutely no curve in my body. What leg nothing lead no boob but no nothing. A people used to call me. What did they call me. I don't remember there was some sort of like guys used to make fun of me. Because i didn't have boobs. And they would say that like my. If i was wearing a white shirt they would say it. Looks like paper. Like i just like a piece of paper. Whatever it's fine. Bullying is good sometimes known. I'm getting bowling's never good. Don't do that. But i'm saying in my case like i could fuck and handle it. I was fine. Don't believe other people but the people who bullied me. I forgive you because we're actually friends now. Like i feel like i'm cool with all of them so it's fine but you know it became very clear to me pretty early on in my life that i just did not fit the stereotypical mold of a woman. Now that begs the question. What is the stereotypical mold of a woman to me. At that time what a woman looked like was basically any famous hot movie star female that the boys add crushes on had hung up on the walls of their room like that was what a woman was like to me and i was just nothing of the sort now. Obviously i'm thirteen so it's like okay. Yeah obviously you're not that. But i wasn't even close to that i didn't even have an essence of that and guess what i didn't even have the potential to become. That and i knew that by the time i was thirteen. I was like. I'm never going to have you know big bubis in you know curves of any sort. I knew already. I was like that's just. I'm just not built like that. Like i'm just built like that and i'm just never going to be like that and i'm also never gonna be somebody that is really into wearing you know super feminine clothing and i'm just i'm never going to be like that and there's nothing wrong with either of them you know. There's nothing wrong with either of them.

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"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

07:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"mold" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Ramble hey everybody i've literally had to re record this intro six times because they keep burping like the most uncomfortable time and instead of trying to push through it and just try to act like it didn't happen. I've just decided to re record the interest six times. So this is my sixth seventh intro recording. I'm just praying that. I can get through it without a burp. It's all i want. it's all i want anyway. I've been in bed for four days. Because i got back from a ten day trip and i was prue. I was pretty wrecked emotionally physically socially destroyed. So i've spent the last four days in bed. I watched weird shit on youtube. I showered maybe once. And i only got out of bed to poop and pee eat really and it was great I'm feeling nice and recharged and here. I am ready to talk and ready to discuss so today's episode is something that i've been sitting on for a long time because i knew i wanted to make an episode about it but i didn't have the words like the thought wasn't fully formed in my head for so long and today i feel like i finally have figured it out and i really think that this topic important for everybody but especially for young women as a young woman myself. This is something. I really really fucking struggled with throughout my life and i wish somebody would have talked to me about it and i just. I'm almost getting fucking emotional. What are we two minutes in two minutes in them about crying. What the fuck okay. I'm not. I'm not going to start crying but like this is something that's really near and dear to my heart and let's just get into it. Okay so. I want to start this off by a little disclaimer that this topic might not relate to everybody Directly and exactly. You know what i'm saying. But i think that it can relate to anybody if they mold it to fit their life into fit their specific scenario. I'm going to be sharing a perspective from a young woman who is attracted to men specifically and so. That's kind of the basis of my narrative. But i do think that this could fit in just about any other narrative But i'm mainly going to be talking about it from my point of view because that's the only experience i've ever had so growing up for some reason i've always been very boy crazy a little bit. You know like it's funny. I remember my first memory of having a crush. I was four years old. And i had this extreme crush on this boy and my preschool class. And his name was luca. I'll say his name. 'cause i don't like i. I don't even really fully believed that he even exists. Like it's such like a distant memory. Like i just there's so many lucas on this planet. I really think we're good here. Like i don't think i'm impeding on his privacy ear anyway. My first crush was on. This boy named luca and he was in preschool. And i was four years old and i remember my family would pick on me in a funny way because they were like emma. You've literally been obsessed with boys since you were four like you're nodding you'd you're even like tasting puberty yet and you're already like whatever having these intense crushes and so that really set the tone for me. I've always had like very intense crushes for whatever reason and then i remember. My elementary school crush was intense. You know like. I was obsessed with this kid. I mean i'm not kidding. Like obsessed with him. And i would write his name down over and over and my diary and i would flirt with him at school. I remember told a story before. About how he him and his family served. And how i had these fucking rock siebrand capri cargo. Pant looking things. Roxie is a surf brand. If you didn't now for some context i had these little roxie cargo capri pants and i wore them to school. And i was like hey. These are roxy like the surf brand. Meanwhile i mean i'm like maybe seven years old. I don't know how. I was already like flirting. Like what the it honestly is bizarre to me but whatever he was like okay cool and then walked away anyway. I was shattered. That's beside the point. Middle school rolls around here comes a whole new influx of crushes. I'm pretty sure throughout middle school. I probably had at least ten. Intense crushes on. God knows who at god knows what time like i i. It was like constantly evolving. The moral the story is is that. I've always really really been obsessed with like boys and i don't i say this for context because it's going to make sense to be brutally honest. It's kind of embarrassing for me to admit in a way. Because i think that there's a scale for for people as to like how heavily they feel attracted to people that they don't have an emotional connection to for whatever reason mine can be very strong in that in that genuinely embarrassed i'm embarrassed it's because of my imagination right i build these people up and i'm just like they would be.

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Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

"To andy irwin of the famous irwin brothers. You probably remember the film. i can only imagine. There's a new film out called the jesus music movie obviously self explanatory. It's about jesus music. We were just talking. Andy about this strange moment in the culture and to me. It's there's something sad about it where we had people mainstream figures. Billy graham to some extent was a mainstream figure. But we had johnny cash. We had chris christopherson singing unapologetic. Jesus music maybe the issue is that we have separated it into a. I think a lot of people think sometimes that when you do that you sort of marginalize yourself in other words it would be wonderful if everybody in the country was listening to the music rather than just people who listen to ccm. So i don't know where. Do you think we're going with that because i feel like you don't reach people if you're just in your own little genre. Yeah i think we explore that in documentary for sure because there was there. Was this purity where it started And you know the people that there wasn't an industry around. It was his people. That kind of organically started kind of expressing their fate. And then they're kind of became something where it became a little bit more for formulaic and then people blazed trails in new directions and then it will become formulaic. And then you know that was always the struggle between you know the commerce of it of just kind of play into your base and then being able to do really great art. And i think you know the exciting thing about it. Is i think you know we try to find something. That was universally relatable and the idea of You know outside of it being genre of these trailblazers that said hey. My voice is represented and i would like to form something that doesn't exist That's incredibly romantic. But along the way you know it can get kind of formulaic and just kind of play to the base. I think the exciting thing that's happening now. With the arts you know across the board Not just with with music but also hopefully you know heading that direction in film is there's been an opportunity To kind of branch out beyond the walls and so we kind of go into where it has been the started to make those steps in that direction. Like with the lauren bagels. And the you know for king country. Mcrae's there's these modern artists that are beginning to kind of blur. Those lines a little bit more and reach a broader

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No Bull: Scientists Potty Train Cows to Use 'MooLoo'

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

No Bull: Scientists Potty Train Cows to Use 'MooLoo'

"Scientists say cow is can be potty trained as easily as toddlers maybe easier animal behavioral scientist Lindsay Matthews and his team at New Zealand university of Auckland set up a special pen called the Mulu usually takes about two to four years for toddlers to be potty trained for cow was three I heard about yeah on average twenty twenty four of your nations and I work for the trump towers P. a lot a single cow can produce about eight gallons of urine a day urine contains nitrogen and when mixed with feces becomes ammonia which is an environmental issue the mobile helps manage waste and reduce greenhouse gases how's that go outside the Mulu get sprayed with cold water those who urinate in the mold get a sweet treat mostly molasses they love treats the mobile only involve urine Matthews predicts they could train cows to poop in a certain place too I'm a Donahue

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The Fundamentals of Pleating With George Kalajian

You Really Shouldn't Have

01:34 min | Last month

The Fundamentals of Pleating With George Kalajian

"Another loss. Giverny professional secrets or anything. But i wondered if you could talk me through the general process for pleasing fabric. Sure sure so. Pleading can be done in three ways. Okay one is. It can be folded by hand and then just press with an iron which is usually what most at home seamstresses do so. That's not something that we necessarily necessarily focused on. The second way is through the use of machine okay. There are few different types of machines that are built and these machines will fold the fabric and they will usually roll the fabric and then you would put it in like an oven and cook it So that's that's one way with these large industrial machines. That's the second way. And the third way is with the use of a mold and the molds look like. They're look like they're made of cardboard and they're folded in various array of styles. There's just your basic styles which are lines up and down and then there are some crazier types of origami like patterns but the fabric is placed inside of this mold and the mold is compressed in bind and And then put in a giant steam box. Highly pressurized seem box and the fabric is cooked and cooled and it will retain the impression of whatever the mold is

A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Mark Edward Langley: S. 7, Ep. 6

The Crime Cafe

04:50 min | Last month

A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Mark Edward Langley: S. 7, Ep. 6

"I used to love be booksellers. When did you do there. Oh lord you're going back to nineteen eighty you know my my parents and family moved down there with my dad. Got transferred and It was as close by. I a job there. You know and ended up for the tunnel. Always there Started out in the back room. Receiving the books getting them all the labels and stickers and stuff and putting them out and then got beyond the register in that kind of stuff you know so ended up stocking and working that i love being down there because it was right down the street from the windmill dinner theater and a lot of actors came through doing plays there and a few of my she stop in the store to buy some stuff excellent but i got instilled in reading. Men was watching spenser for hire series on television. And one of the ladies that worked percent if you love the show who should read the books to read in the books and behold from their own. Isn't it interesting. How things often start with television I know that my love's mystery started with watching honey west way back in the day now going back more. Yeah but yeah. It's just funny. I'll have like that. You know when i got into reading rubber parker than but display in john d. Macdonald's just went from there and you know is started loving whatever. I can get my hands on all. Great stuffs well Tell us about arthur nikai. He's an interesting character. An excellent reign of former member of the special ice unit and a native american correct. Exactly how did you come up with this character not to mention his wife. Who's a news reporter. I thought that was interesting. Please tell us more. Sure i mean i. I started thinking about developing i. I took a two week vacation out there. And i traveled the route. That's in the book. So whatever i saw one that way dictated into a tape recorder and came back and transpose. It all down. You know this sort of developing characters and backstories the characters and I stumbled across. I wanted to be different in a lot of ways and other writers out there writing about that and not not as far as police goes or whatever it may be you know. But i developed arthur nikai based on my love for our kalashnikov by the native american flute player. And at the time. One of my friends. Where i worked a million years ago. It seems like now Whose first thing with arthur. So i liked the way that rain together. So i use that they'll to character that As far as his. Wife sharon goes. I actually was texting back and forth in the mornings with one of the local reporters in the nbc station here and chicago and Wanted to ask her some questions about you. Know what you give up to have this life you have. I wanted to make her real and things that happen In their life once you have that job while things you don't get to do You miss a lot of birthdays. Anniversaries you're always on the air doing something you know so. She helped out a lot with that. And i developed that curator of the other ones of jake. Bill cody which is loosely based on my grandfather large barrel chested man. You know With that so i start molding these people into what i i have now needs really interesting the way your travels informed your fiction writing. So yeah i. What was the whole plan to do that. Because you know you can't just look online and find pictures and things and do things and men do searches. you have to be there. And that's what i found out a long time ago. I told on hillerman once at the her father helped me understand the importance of descriptive sentencing. You know surrounding sect place I think robert parker helped me develop a dialogue kind of conversations in books. So i use those along with that. I had to be there. You have the smell that you have to see to taste it and feel the heat feel the cold in order to convey that to the reader in the book and a lot of people who have read my books feel like they're right there in the situation in the area. I love that.

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How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

"Here's the article in the new york times opinion piece by for odd manjoo. Brace yourself for the man who could become california's governor. Far hod writes in ordinary times. It would be fairly ridiculous to fret about. Larry elder becoming california's next governor. He's a longtime conservative. Talk radio host from los angeles a fixture of right wing punditry in the mold of rush. Limbaugh his schick is offense and outrage. He has mentored an oppo research. Gold mind of misogynistic and racially inflammatory. Soundbites i always love this one. That larry elder the black conservative is a racist. It's there's they're about as self aware as sheila. It's so funny to me to read this kind of stuff. And it's and this article in the new york times but california sometimes feels as prone to political earthquakes as geological ones every once in a while voters here throw a tantrum and the seemingly unthinkable becomes sudden reality. Elders candidacy makes the race as serious as a heart attack. Especially because the rules governing california's recall election. Which will take place on september fourteenth or unfair to the point of plausible unconstitutionality for newsom to prevail. A majority of voters must oppose his recall if he were to fall even just barely short. The rival who gets the most votes becomes our next governor bush and they're trying everything new york times. They're all going at him. And i just think it might backfire.

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Destenie Nock of Carnegie Mellon University on Fixing Energy Poverty

The Academic Minute

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Destenie Nock of Carnegie Mellon University on Fixing Energy Poverty

"My research group investigates how energy poverty will be affected by energy transitions an creates methods for identifying who is experiencing energy poverty when people hear the word poverty they usually think of people who have trouble affording their basic needs and the energy space most people assume in individuals energy port if they spend more than six percent of their income meeting their energy needs. The problem is that this assumes everyone is spending all the money. They need to keep their house at a comfortable temperature cook and use all of the other electricity appliances. We have become dependent on this misses. The people who use space heaters and their ovens to heat their homes due to high natural gas and oil prices and what about the people who keep their houses really hot in the summer because they cannot afford electricity in my research group we have created an energy poverty metric called the energy equity gap which identifies the households that are cutting their electricity consumption to reduce their financial burden. The energy equity gap is based on the difference in outdoor temperatures which members of different income groups are likely to start using their a c. We find that. The energy equity gap between low in high income groups ranges from four point seven degrees fahrenheit to seven point five degrees fahrenheit meaning on average low income households. Wait seven degrees longer to turn. On their ac units. Some households will even wait until it is above eighty degrees. This puts them at risk of heat. Stroke and heat. Exhaustion foregoing air-conditioning also increases the humidity in the house meaning the occupants will be at greater risk from mold asthma and allergens. We hope this new dimension of energy poverty will be used in addition to traditional income based energy poverty metrics to reduce the number of people suffering from energy poverty.

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Make or Break a New Habit

The Goal Digger Podcast

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Make or Break a New Habit

"Let's talk about habits. They're super interesting right like most of the time. When i hear the word habits i think like bad habits or chewing your nails or began your face or scrolling on your phone for too long but lately i've been diving deep into studying habits out of general curiosity but also in my quest to learn how to develop healthy new habits set support the life that i want from making sure that i'm taking my prenatal vitamins every day to drinking more water to getting to bed on time in moving my body every day. I've been really focused on establishing habits at support me through this season of pregnancy. But that will also outlast. That baby bumped. Have you ever heard that. It takes twenty one days to form a new habit while it's actually interesting because in my research i've found that that's not actually true as someone who's always trying to improve him better myself. I was studying up on habits and habit-forming recently and i actually made a pretty crazy discovery. Leases really crazy to me. So the author of atomic habits james clear published a story on his blog about a plastic surgeon from the nineteen fifties and his name was maxwell. Malts so dr molds notice that whenever he'd perform an operation on someone like a nose job it would take them at least twenty one days to get used to seeing their changed facial features the same one for patients who had a limb amputated. It took about twenty one days or more for them to adjust to the change. Doctor multi use those findings to start observing his own new behaviors and notice that it also took him a minimum of twenty one days to form a new habit. The doctor eventually published a book about behavior. Changed called psycho cybernetics where he wrote. These and many other commonly observed phenomena tend to show that it requires a minimum of about twenty-one days for an old mental image to dissolve and a new one to gel. So that's actually where this idea of twenty one days for new habits started but the message has been totally twisted with time. Notice that dr mulde said a minimum of twenty one days is required to form a new habit but so many teachers in the self-help sphere have taken that number and named it as a rule

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How to get the Mind of a Navy Seal

Untangle

02:02 min | 2 months ago

How to get the Mind of a Navy Seal

"You give us some insights into what it's like to learn mental toughness navy seal from very very beginning of the training when a person shows up seal shows up to our doorstep. It's about a two and a half year process to get him to his first appointment but the first six months in it's the famous training bugs basic underwater demolition. Steel training is bubby. What most people recognize just seal training. The first six months is nothing. Glamorous or laborat- it's cold water long days sand and some heavy logs right so it's all mental toughness and it's all we twist the body to mold divine. That's how we refer to it too and we teach them those days how to breathe simple things how to focus. And i'm sure we'll get into a lot of focus in here but we train from the very beginning because if you can't the person the mind of the person if you will we call it the naked warrior she came build that then you can put lasers and technology all over the place but you won't have what we need. We won't have someone that could be a problem solver in any situation no matter that so the first thing we do is mind training. And that's about six months long and teach them how to change their beliefs in their values how to change their beliefs about which pain for instance we use a student. I comes in we use an. It's kind of funny thing when he go to medical. When i get hurt or something like that and dr will point to scale. What is your pain level. And maybe they have shin-splints or something like oh. It's six or seven now. Three months later. That same student goes in. He has broken leg and the doctor which pain level because too so what they've learned to do is to have a different relationship with that discomfort if you will and they've separated them from just a little bit in his bike cozy can focus. That can stay in the moment. One of the key things you'll see about a seal that successful makes it through the training. Everyone has the exact same skill. And that's the be able to stay in the moment. Be present to be focused on what you're doing.

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"mold" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

06:59 min | 2 months ago

"mold" Discussed on The Science Show

"The sun shone. Rn where we turn once. More to slime molds. We met sarah lloyd from near launceston in this program last week. The name of her book is where the slime mold creeps chilling title. Yes and they seem to creep everywhere. Do you know any soil on earth. That is devoid of slime molds. They occur ever. There is organic material so everywhere. So they're important. Obviously now you're listening to the side show many many years ago when i had missed a slime mold the professor from princeton on. And what was your response well. I was immediately fascinated. Because i had just started observing in the field slime molds in the forest around home and i went out and bought the book. The biology of cellular slime molds the social amoeba. Read the book and i was immediately confused. Because cellular slime molds that boehner was describing microscopic and the ones i find in the field albeit. They're very small mostly about two millimeters high definitely visible to the naked eye. So i realized at that stage that there are two different types but bigger than that. What made you so reactive to the ideas about these microorganisms basically curiosity. I've lived in this forest in central north. Tasmania for over thirty years. I've done a lot of birds surveys. I participated in the australian bird. Count for five years. I have identified all the plants. I attempted to identify the bri- fights so the mosses the leafy liverworts lichens proved a bit more difficult but definitely the next thing to study with a mix my seat and have been doing that now for ten years with what result i have found at least one hundred twenty species in the forest around home of which four at least for a new to science the thing that i found so moving about these slime mold apart from moore come to that titles like dog vomit slime which is very compelling title that they're very evocative yes. Apparently it's called demons droppings. In china. In tasmania there are a lot of people who think it snake really and i think it's because people who work in the i might go out one day by sit on a log and have lunch come back the next day and is this yellow slimy stuff which is the early stage of this fully. Go sip deka. The dogs vomit slime. And we'll how else would you explain it well and if you should taste a bit what it like. Well that's interesting. I was just reading about that this morning. Apparently they do eat it in mexico. They eat it at the stage where it's just a bit light and scrambled eggs fried up with a bid to onion capsicum and inhabitant tortilla. Apparently it tastes a bit like armand. Armand well i haven't tried it myself anyway. I was going to say that way back studying. This and i think i may have discussed this with bonner in princeton. The amazing thing is as you described all these free living amoeba like creatures wandering around the soil and suddenly depending on the species. They come together and form this larger body. And i always got a picture of bit like a snail out of his shell and they've got a front end and the back end like a big multicellular creature and they go on and reproduce and then they dissipate again into their constituent. Amoeba like bodies and this is an incredibly. How do they know how to get together. And how to form the front end on the back end. What looks like a living creature. So the amoeba in the case of the dictates. Dillard's fade on bacteria in the soil. When they've exhausted the supply of bacteria in the soil. they emit a substance and attracted and so all the major in that local area get together. They form a cellular structure which is called a slug. And as you said has a front in rear end and then from there they produce this ball bearing fruiting bodies which are microscopic and some of the fruiting bodies only have one or several sports so they quite different net regard as well from the semi seats. Yeah but what you're saying is there's a chemical map if you like that enables them to go somewhere and form this front and back end in body shape that reminds me compellingly of what the brilliant mathematician alan turing did. I've said before on the side show should have got four nobel prizes. One of them about process should be for the maths of the way that bodies form. Now it seems to me that. What the slime molds doing is pre staging. What it's like to become a multicellular body and how it works. Yes indeed. Can you see the big body or do you need. A microscope is visible nye. The dictator still microscopic. The question. Which i find fascinating. Why is the headquarters of the publishing of the journal in costa rica. Well that was with. The conference was in two thousand and twenty and the person that organized a conference callous row house. He's done a lot of work. In south america north america and it was just decided at the time that this journal should be started and available for anyone and he's organizing it from costa rica in conjunction with dr steve stevenson. Who's an american researcher. Okay church come into its own at an international area of study but what really is the overall importance of slime mold in the soil around the world. What do they do well. In the soil the amoeba feeding on bacteria so their predatory on bacteria and feeding on also single cell organisms like algae fungus balls and because bacteria have more nitrogen than slime molds require their meeting some of this nitrogen back into the soil and then they mediating the flow of nutrients from the bacteria up eventually to the flowering plants at the plasmodium stage. They're also feeding on bacteria. Feeding on fungi. Possibly each other probably lichens but the plasmodium stage a lot of them are actually breaking down dead organic material..

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What is Fungal Overgrowth?

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:33 min | 2 months ago

What is Fungal Overgrowth?

"Got a growing condition. Our side he called small intestinal fungal overgrowth and just in general mold and other biotoxins which are basically living organisms that that end up eating different things in our body and creating endotoxins that signal inflammation in different regions of our body. These are these are really really problematic. So mold and yeast can cause major issues including a condition called chronic immune response or chronic inflammatory response syndrome. Sirs lyme disease and other really common one viral infections in then bacterial endotoxin so certain bacteria release things like lipopolysaccharide rides l. p. s. which creates a very potent inflammatory process in our body. The reason why these things are so damaging our system is because our body is hardwired for survival. And we know that sepsis or chronic. Systemic infections have killed more people throughout the history of mankind than anything else and so the way that our body has adapted to make sure. We don't die from bacterial meningitis. For example is that we create this really potent inflammatory process whenever we feel threatened and so when it comes to mold and mold spores or yeast like candida that releases things like leo toxin and Seato outta hide And you have lime disease parrella and different things like that and the toxins that they release viruses that are damaging cells and then the l. p. s. from bacterial endotoxins reasons are released. The body says i'm under threat. That this is an organism that can kill me quickly. So i need to create this really strong inflammatory process and inflammation is the reason why as humans that you know in a sense from physiological perspective. Reason why we've been able to adapt however what we need to adapt to now is really being able to control and modulate or balance the inflammatory process from these biotoxins and so this condition of small intestinal fungal overgrowth in. It could certainly happen in a law. The large intestine as well. However it's very very common for candida in different east organisms to overgrowth different Different mold yeast like organisms. I guess you could say To over to colony in the small intestine

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Republican Larry Elder Takes Center Stage Trying to Unseat Gavin Newsom

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Republican Larry Elder Takes Center Stage Trying to Unseat Gavin Newsom

"So proud of. Larry elder running for governor in california. And you know what it may just be a perfect enough storm that he gets in if californians are ready to reject the idiocy of the democratic party once and for all they could put a guy like larry elder into the Into the governor's office. what a what. An incredible epic circumstance. That could be and larry elder is very much in the governor rhonda. Santa's mold larry elder is a fighter and would be an incredible governor for the state of california and if enough voters go to the polls and vote one to recall gavin. Newsom all they gotta do. They've got fifty percent if they get to fifty percent. Then it's part to. Who do you want to replace. Larry elder's in the lead and everybody's attention including tucker carlson last night on fox news and this man denied the night parents and kids a whole year of education. That's one of the reasons why i'm pushing for school choice. If i'm fortunate enough to become governor speaking please go to elect elder dot com. Throw those something in the tip jar because tucker believe it or not he can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money. The teachers union already gave him a little under two million. And there's a few days ago when it was obvious i was gonna get into the race One of the big unions gave him five million dollars estimated. He's probably going to spend around. Fifty million dollars or so to defeat me. I have expenditure limitation so unless i get help from people inside california and outside california by two l. dot com. It's going to be tough to beat them. But i'm going to beat them. I put a little in the tip jar. I don't donated five thousand dollars to larryelder campaign as i shared with you when i interviewed him a couple of weeks ago. We're going to get him back here any day. Now there's a lot of momentum for larry elder

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Space station supplies launched with a pizza delivery for 7

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Space station supplies launched with a pizza delivery for 7

"This could be a record for a pizza delivery voyage to the international space station and we have liftoff of the seventh Northrop Grumman is blasted a cargo ship into space from the Virginia shore heading toward the international space station launch control describes the S. S. Ellison Onizuka now on its way to the international space station to deliver more than eight thousand two hundred pounds of cargo that eighty two hundred pound shipment includes fresh apples kiwifruit and the pizza kit designed for seven astronauts will also receive a mounting bracket for new solar wings and slime mold for an educational experiment called blob this is Northrup Grummond sixteenth supply run for NASA SpaceX will deliver more supplies in a few weeks hi Jackie Quinn

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"mold" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"mold" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

"Two questions one. What are some of the symptoms of mold exposure and to can a family that lives in the same house. Have one person that has symptoms of mold exposure while other people in the family don't and then to expound on that. If i'm thinking answer's yes if so why does it happen. Okay so yes. You're correct answers. Yes basically how this works. Everybody has their own you know immune systems and their own. Let's call him talk city levels right. You have thresholds certain people are gonna reach those thresholds fashion others and there's so many variables right so for instance if the husband or wife getting. Let's say and they're not feeling well a could be because when they were a kid they were exposed to environmental exposures. That kind of are at that helped them reach that threshold sooner than the other person so not point there they have. They're having these exposures they're starting to just it just gets triggered it gets exacerbated and essentially they start feeling these effects way worse than than some other people i. I noticed usually in a family of four. It's usually one of four or two of the four that are not feeling well and the other two are typically fine which can make things a little difficult in terms of just getting that support system that you need. It's hard to. It's hard to support someone around. Something you haven't experienced yourself aren't human nature. Essentially what are the symptoms of a range. I would say the biggest implants that year of our brain fog. Chronic fatigue syndrome have eczema skin. Rashes is etcetera. You have definitely cognitive impairment on top of the brain fog. Were you know you're it's not just like you're taking longer to come up with thoughts. You're losing trains of thought entirely. I'll have from on the phone. And i'm asking questions Like just mid stride dif- completely forgot what they're talking about or were they. Were you know we just obviously have the patience to kinda talk things through in and get them back on track. I it's really. It's really sad and scary. Stop while the other things respiratory infection in respiratory disease a you have basically the onset of cold never quite goats those away. These allergy like

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Symptoms of Mold Exposure

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

02:21 min | 2 months ago

Symptoms of Mold Exposure

"Two questions one. What are some of the symptoms of mold exposure and to can a family that lives in the same house. Have one person that has symptoms of mold exposure while other people in the family don't and then to expound on that. If i'm thinking answer's yes if so why does it happen. Okay so yes. You're correct answers. Yes basically how this works. Everybody has their own you know immune systems and their own. Let's call him talk city levels right. You have thresholds certain people are gonna reach those thresholds fashion others and there's so many variables right so for instance if the husband or wife getting. Let's say and they're not feeling well a could be because when they were a kid they were exposed to environmental exposures. That kind of are at that helped them reach that threshold sooner than the other person so not point there they have. They're having these exposures they're starting to just it just gets triggered it gets exacerbated and essentially they start feeling these effects way worse than than some other people i. I noticed usually in a family of four. It's usually one of four or two of the four that are not feeling well and the other two are typically fine which can make things a little difficult in terms of just getting that support system that you need. It's hard to. It's hard to support someone around. Something you haven't experienced yourself aren't human nature. Essentially what are the symptoms of a range. I would say the biggest implants that year of our brain fog. Chronic fatigue syndrome have eczema skin. Rashes is etcetera. You have definitely cognitive impairment on top of the brain fog. Were you know you're it's not just like you're taking longer to come up with thoughts. You're losing trains of thought entirely. I'll have from on the phone. And i'm asking questions Like just mid stride dif- completely forgot what they're talking about or were they. Were you know we just obviously have the patience to kinda talk things through in and get them back on track. I it's really. It's really sad and scary. Stop while the other things respiratory infection in respiratory disease a you have basically the onset of cold never quite goats those away. These allergy like

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Do the Chinese Want Democracy? With Gordon Chang

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Do the Chinese Want Democracy? With Gordon Chang

"Gordon let me ask a tough question for you on sir. Do the chinese want. Democracy is the culture with the confucian background with the emphasis of the collective over the individual. Is this even possible to countenance in this part of the world. I think that it is because we see taiwan which is not a chinese society but is closely related to china where you have a vibrant very very prosperous society very And by the way they run elections far better and taiwan than we do which is do. They have voted gordon to the have votes. Reidy date not only have voter idea. They have a system said whereas paper ballots. What happens when they count these ballots. Everybody is in the room and the government official responsible for the balanced actually holds it up to everybody. Everybody then counts it because they can all see it and the process might take a little bit longer than ours but it is virtually. It's virtually fraud-proof now But put that aside for a moment. People in taiwan are passionate about their democracy. They don't consider themselves chinese. They consider themselves taiwanese But for many people you know they they look chinese. They and they speak a language which is very similar to mandarin and they've got the same Or at least they had the same characters until mao went to simplified characters but the point is yes. The chinese people they want. They're just like the rest of us. They want what everyone else has on. The mainland is a complicated question. And we don't really know the answer because you can't a survey of something sensitive like that. Okay if you want to know what. The chinese people have a preference for toothpaste. You can do a survey it will be reliable if you're going to ask them on something that the communist party feels. It has an interest. Such as for instance. Do you want more say in your life. You can't do that. You're right that there is a confusion culture there you're right that that is in many respects anti-democratic but we also know that the chinese people do want more of a say in their lives and so You know at the particular time. Even though communist party propaganda has been extremely effective in molding views. The truman show. I mean this is the only thing that people know nonetheless. We do know that there is discontent with the government style of the communist party and if they really had a choice Who knows what they would eventually choose.

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Marxist Professors Cloward and Piven Argued for Using the System Against the System

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Marxist Professors Cloward and Piven Argued for Using the System Against the System

"So I point out an American Marxism. The professors argue that the progress of mass movements will always be too slow as the American system is too difficult to mold into a truly revolutionary force. But there will be opportunities to use the system against the system. And he created turmoil from within and without bringing pressure for a revolutionary change. He wrote. Still, overall, political leaders remained timid and conservative trying to suppress the potential for realignment. Bridging potential cleavages with general symbols and vague promises. Under these confusing conditions, discontented voters, maybe as atomized and ineffective as all voters are said to be in the absence of parties. So social activists must be prepared to abandon the political parties is another way of putting pressure on them, however. They believe that the Democrat Party Is the party through which The radical elements can in fact, Penetrate the political system. So they spend a lot of time talking about doing exactly that taking over the Democratic Party, and they have The radicals. Claritin. Piven wrote that since political party see consensus, there will always be cleavages and discord issues between and among groups that should be exploited by social activists. They said to appreciate the role of social movements and helping to precipitate electoral convulsion and realignment. We have to pay attention to the distinctive dynamics of social movements. That enable them to do party politicians what party politicians do not social movements, even movements that are not particularly disruptive. Can do what party leaders and continues for office will not do.

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Near Death Experiences

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:30 min | 2 months ago

Near Death Experiences

"To be clear. Pam's heart and brain were both stopped. She was d- di dead. The plan was when the surgery was finished. They would warm pam's body up to regular alive person temperature and then do the shock paddle thingies to restart her heart like jumping a dead car engine. There were molded ear. Buds in pants ears playing clicks decimal level of a jackhammer or jet. Engine taking off that way. If any part of pam's brain registered the sound it would appear on the monitor and they would know that brain activity was not all the way dead and look. I'm no brain surgeon. So i don't know what happens when the patient you're working on is supposed to be dead. And then isn't like they're about to cut out the aneurysm. And then all the sudden the monitor shows brain activity. What do you do be like. I guess she's not dead enough. Why anyone goes into. This line of work is beyond me. But i applaud you as pam later reports as the surgery is beginning pam. Dear lifeless pam. Here's the drill. Turn on its buzz coming out like a natural d. The doctor or nurse by her legs reported that the artery was too small. I don't know if you know this but apparently they go through your legs to get to your brain during surgery. I may have mentioned before that. I'm not a surgeon. Another doctor says to try the other leg pam then says she popped out of herself through her had she could see twenty doctors in the room which seems like an immense number of people. But i don't know how brain surgery works. She looked down on the scene and could see the tray with the drill. Bits and the drill itself which she said looked like the handle of her electric toothbrush. That's when she was pulled toward the bright white light as she stepped into the light. Her dead grandmother greeted her pam wondered to herself if she deserve to be there. She wasn't a perfect person. She thought i'm not sure how she knew where there was. But i imagine if you're dead and you're walking toward a bright light. It's a good guests. You're in heaven and her grandmother said as a child. We expected that you would spill your milk. It's the manor which you clean it up. That gives us cause for pride

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This Is Why Marxists and Communists Are so Addicted to Language

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 2 months ago

This Is Why Marxists and Communists Are so Addicted to Language

"In his book, double Talk the Language of Communism, Harry Hodgkinson wrote again from American Marxism quote. Language was two marks. The direct reality of thought. Ideas do not exist, divorced from it. Language was to mark the direct reality of thought. In other words, you can mold thought you can mold reality. He said. Ideas do not exist, divorced from it. Other words, propaganda and for Joseph Stalin. The reality of thought manifests itself in language, he said. Words are tools as well as weapons, each fashion for a precise function. The language of communism. It's not so much a means of explaining to an unbeliever what Communism means. But an armory of weapons and tools intended to produce Supporter dissolve opposition to communist policies. The part of people either hostile or indifferent to them. This is why They always steal the language. And changed the nomenclature. The meaning of a Communist word is not what you think, it says, but what effect it is intended to produce. And the impact it is to have on you.

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Disney Introduces Revamped Jungle Cruise Ride, Without Racist Imagery

Radio From Hell

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Disney Introduces Revamped Jungle Cruise Ride, Without Racist Imagery

"A few days before Disneyland July 17th 1955 opening celebration. TV viewers. Glimpse the park and its attractions. A special episode of the weekly Disneyland TV show on ABC. The Wonderful World, which was often times essentially an infomercial for the park about the pre opening report from Disneyland, a fascinating historical record that today lives on the company's Disney plus Screaming service, and it included a look at the mechanical hippos and crocodiles of the parks. Jungle cruise ride, as well as the plaster molding of a black male model whose quote imposing physique was used to People our jungle cruise with like life natives as white men in formal attire looked on. Yeah. Today. We cringe. At this scene for a ride that went on to develop a reputation for racist depictions of indigenous people as tourist attractions, Attackers or cannibals. Tribal caricatures crafted through Colonial lens. It's a distinction that Disney could no longer afford. So Ahead of the July 30th release of Jungle Cruise movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. The ride reopened on Friday. Day shy of the parks. 66 anniversary with updates that removed in Disney's words Negative depictions of native people.

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"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"It's moving toward food and moving away from something and One of the things that they found is that slime mold can actually Learn and not only learn to like stay away from something it can actually teach other slime mold to stay away from it even slime mold. It's never been introduced to it or alternately. It can teach this is the really the garter Fact it can teach others slime mold that something that seems harmful is actually harmless is pretty cool experiment. Yeah so these. Researchers put slime molds They built a little tiny bridge very cute. And they coated this bridge in a noxious substance It wasn't harmful to them. It was harmless salt or something say and then they put the little those little outfits on the other side as their ultimate temptation. And so these first slime mold start creeping up to it in sort of dip in their little toe in the water and in This stuff is pretty noxious. just then they learned. I like okay so it's not actually harmful. I can go across this stuff. And what they found was that it learned to cross the bridge. Just as fast as slime molds that were placed on bridges. That didn't have any coding going on right so it said this fine. He's gross his way too salty. But it's not gonna hurt me. So i'm gonna get to food just as fast right. That's pretty amazing enough self but you're right they We need like a banner matter. Noli come in and say i totally So they take the slime mold and break it apart and fuse together with other. Slime molds that have never been exposed to this noxious stuff before. They're called naive. And the other ones are called habituated and those naive ones. When they encounter this noxious stuff like a salt bridge for the first time. They don't approach it with trepidation. They go right across it as fast as the habituated ones that it's fused to. This is really weird..

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"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Program something to understand everything because you have to input all the stuff that needs to know whereas if you can just kinda set up some sort of simple algorithm to let the machine think for itself you you finally got something. Yeah i would imagine. I didn't see this anywhere but it seems like this. Mike could have some applications in nanotechnology is well like the idea that we could program you know. Billions of tiny little. Nanno bought bugs to clean the windows of your house every day. Nice like a lot of things collectively doing one. Bigger thing yeah Am i off base air. Could that potentially be a thing not at all. I think it totally could be a thing. It's it's anytime you have a huge amount of things that you're trying to all get to do roughly the same thing they need to not you know Re redouble their efforts or Replicate their efforts. So you don't want one cleaning one part of the window and the other one coming over and cleaning the the same part of the window. That's already clean. All you have to do is figure out how to teach them if if this happens do this and if you can figure out how to strip it down to a basic enough algorithm that could conceivably be used for just about any situation You've got the key to the universe in your hand. there's actually i've written. We'll have to do an An episode on a one day. But i read an article but a guy who is a i think. He's a physicist back in the eighties. Who was like. I think the universe is basically an operating system. That is that is it. Goes down to two two. There's two bits you could say it's black and white one or zero..

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"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Feed on bacteria mold yeast basically anything that decomposes dead things. Slime mold in gulf I think it's not called photography. It's called forgot trophy. Oh yeah little. Not how i was going to say we're gonna say fago trophy. Yeah but i think you're absolutely right. Well you it wouldn't be as simply didn't probably both get it wrong but That's when you basically surround something in engulf it and just sort of like move it into your body just like sort of absorb it basically. Yeah which is another difference between slime molds and fungi because fungi actually break the food down in then absorbed the broken down nutrients. The fact is if you have things that are decomposing. other things. like bacteria molds yeast. The things that that crawl or grow on dead people dead trees all that stuff short break come back down into their constituents so the fact that those the slime mold feeds on other things it makes it a really important part of the the food web. Sure part of the nutrient cycle because other things come along and eat the slime molds There's apparently a kind of beatle that has a specialized draw that allows it to slurp up slime molds i think some kinds of insect larvae item and and so it just keeps going but there are really important part where you have these microbes that like the beatles couldn't get to that they're able to basically get that energy from the bacteria By eating the slime mold right and even though other protests can carry disease slime mold is quite human friendly actually You can eat the stuff if you want. There's a dish in mexico and some parts of mexico called kaka luna which is exactly what you think it is. Yeah poop poop the moon moon boop yup and They they eat this stuff. I even looked online to get a good recipe but It's not unlike the pages of martha stewart living like. It's you gotta dive deep into. Read it and stuff like that to get some good recipes..

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"mold" Discussed on Oahu Mold Testing & Removal

Oahu Mold Testing & Removal

03:26 min | 9 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Oahu Mold Testing & Removal

"Hello, this is jam with Oahu mold testing and removal and this is our first podcast. We have decided to start this podcast one because I like podcasts and I learn a lot from them. And I want to give back and two is that there is a lot of information about mold that we get. We get a lot of questions. We get a lot of the same questions. And so we want to answer some of those. This podcast is going to be our introduction podcast where we're just kind of laying out a few things. And then in future podcasts, we'll come up with some fun ideas. We'll come up with an FAQ or frequently asked questions that we get time and time again. We'll talk about the main things that anyone would want to know that lives in a house and that encounters mold. Okay? We live in Hawaii. We live on Oahu here. And mold thrives here. The conditions are such that it's warm year round. That it's we live. There's plenty of water here and rain. And it's just a place that gets mold. I mean, mold can grow on cold climates, warm climates, hot climates. Here is unique because it is warm year round and we get water year round. And so we find ourselves with a lot of mold and another thing that contributes to it is that we use a lot of air conditioning. Air conditioners, if you've ever seen one that has not been cleaned or maintained on a regular basis, usually has mold on it. That's not uncommon, but that's just what happens when you don't maintain an air conditioning system. Why? Because there's moisture there. And it can get warm if it's not on or if it's not running. And so the main thing that we gotta realize that you gotta realize is that mold spores are pretty much everywhere. We're encountering mold when we breathe. We're encountering mold on our food. We just can't see it. Now when you do see it is it's obviously visible or you can feel it through breathe in through the air in your sinuses. Sometimes you can smell it. That means it's there. You can't see it, but you can smell it. And that could be where mold is in a place where it's just not visible. There could be an inch thick layer of mold in your attic that you can't see, but you can smell. And what you're smelling is a little spores whenever they're basically exploding and trying to repopulate or reproduce themselves. Okay? So the next podcast, we're going to lay out an FAQ section that we commonly get, and that'll be the segue into our future podcasts. So stay tuned for the future or for the.

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"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"You know <Speech_Female> she <Speech_Female> and her husband and <Speech_Female> and it was <Speech_Female> not well sealed <Speech_Female> and it was really cold <Speech_Female> but it had a lot of <Speech_Female> fresh air in it and <Speech_Female> they felt a lot better <Speech_Female> in the house. Vote <Speech_Female> until they could <Speech_Female> find a better living situation. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> i worked <Speech_Female> with another woman who <Speech_Female> was very sick <Speech_Female> and she <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Her her husband <Speech_Female> didn't understand. <Speech_Female> I get this a lot <Speech_Female> because there will <Speech_Female> be one person in the <Speech_Female> family who's really <Speech_Female> sick <Speech_Female> and then the other people <Speech_Female> in the family aren't <Speech_Female> especially if it's a partner <Speech_Female> and in this case it <Speech_Female> was the husband and he <Speech_Female> was saying things like <Speech_Female> what's wrong with you <Speech_Female> you know <Speech_Female> i'm i'm fine. <Speech_Female> You know. why are <Speech_Female> you so sick. You <Speech_Female> know there's something <Speech_Female> wrong with you and <Speech_Female> you know in not <Speech_Female> necessarily meaning <Speech_Female> to be hurtful <Speech_Female> but it was really hurtful <Speech_Female> and this woman <Speech_Female> felt terrible <Speech_Female> and she <Speech_Female> did <Speech_Female> a lot of reading and <Speech_Female> studying and she <Speech_Female> really felt like there was a mold <Speech_Female> problem and then <Speech_Female> she got michael. She <Speech_Female> did mycotoxin testing <Speech_Female> and she was really <Speech_Female> high <Speech_Female> But the husband <Speech_Female> just stike <Speech_Female> was really planning <Speech_Female> this fees saying <Speech_Female> this isn't a problem <Speech_Female> else's sick <Speech_Female> you know. This <Speech_Female> can't be a real issue <Speech_Female> and she <Speech_Female> ended up <Speech_Female> sleeping in a <Speech_Female> tent in her backyard <Speech_Female> and she felt so much. <Speech_Female> Better doing it <Speech_Female> Eventually her husband <Speech_Female> came around and they <Speech_Female> tested. The house found <Speech_Female> a lot of molds and <Speech_Female> one of their kids <Speech_Female> was a little sick to <Speech_Female> and you know <Speech_Female> the kid had <Speech_Female> chronic. Asthma <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> the kid got better. <Speech_Female> And and <Speech_Female> so. There's <Speech_Female> there's this dynamic <Speech_Female> around all <Speech_Female> this to around <Speech_Female> per interpersonal <Speech_Female> interactions <Speech_Female> and emotions. <Speech_Female> And then <Speech_Female> when someone doesn't feel well <Speech_Female> how do fight for <Speech_Female> themselves so <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I really like <Speech_Female> empowering people <Speech_Female> and helping people <Speech_Female> see that like. <Speech_Female> I can't wait to talk <Speech_Female> to this client of <Speech_Female> mine and just say <Speech_Female> gosh. I think we have <Speech_Female> a solution <Speech_Female> more. I <Speech_Female> think we know what's <Speech_Female> going on with you. <Speech_Female> And i have a lot of people <Speech_Female> who are in tears <Speech_Female> they cry <Speech_Female> because finally <Speech_Female> there's <Speech_Female> an answer <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> But then moving <Speech_Female> forward with what <Speech_Female> do we do to <Speech_Female> find the source <Speech_Female> stu. The remediation <Speech_Female> help the body. <Speech_Female> Detoxify <Speech_Female> journey <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> if clients have significant <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> mold toxicity. <Speech_Female> They <Speech_Female> can be on a mold. <Speech_Female> Detox protocol <Speech_Female> for probably a minimum <Speech_Female> of six months <Speech_Female> and up to eighteen <Speech_Female> months. <Speech_Female> And it all depends on <Speech_Female> how they tolerate it <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> as well <Speech_Male> right <Speech_Male> yeah. It's a long <Speech_Male> road no matter who <Speech_Male> it is <Speech_Male> well. This has been fantastic. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Tracy how would you <Speech_Male> like people to <Silence> find you online. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> The best <Speech_Female> places my website <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> My businesses called <Speech_Female> big picture. <Speech_Female> Health dot <Speech_Female> com. Or <Speech_Female> that's the big picture <Speech_Female> health so my website <Speech_Female> just big picture. Health <Speech_Female> dot com. <Speech_Female> So that's a <Speech_Female> great way to <SpeakerChange> look <Silence> me up <Speech_Male> greet <Speech_Male> year. 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"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"Then you know so those are big symptoms. And that's quite a list to me. What do you think about it. Yeah i mean it makes sense immunologically all those symptoms and how it's going to affect the you mentioned the limbic system or and then the hypothalamus pituitary. Yeah that all makes sense so And has spoken to this fact who that mold toxicity is often missed and misdiagnosed so he says to just really have it on your radar that if you're ever seen a client or a patient and they're telling you they have fibromyalgia you need to. You need to be thinking about mold. And he also talked about someone coming in news diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome or anything. That's atypical and i've had this happen. I had a client come to see me who she was. Diagnosed with atypical. Ms and we've discovered it was mold. So atypical ms rheumatoid arthritis alzheimer's parkinson's And also straight up alzheimer's and parkinson's We've had some dramatic stories of people fully healing from you know a serious form of dementia like alzheimer's or parkinson's disease because they had mold toxicity And it's not. I don't wanna give people false hope. Those are complex illnesses. And oftentimes what. I work with clients in our area of dementia. Oftentimes they have multiple things going on and that we can get them some degree better by discovering something like biotoxin illness Anytime you hear about someone having asthma chronic city itis and then even Psych- psychiatric issues like anxiety. Depression people will talk about de personalization. Like they have no sense of self anymore. They have cognitive impairment mood swings. Obsessive compulsive disorder Those are all things that when you hear that you need to be thinking. Wow have i person- about mold exposure. Or maybe i need to do that. Biotoxins survey and have them do the visual contrast sensitively test Those are big flags Excellent and you. You have a case study that you wanted to talk about. What did we get into that. I think that'd be great This is a recent client I thought your listeners might find this interesting to just kind of see what this might look like in a real life scenario This is a man that i recently started working with We were just going on like the two month mark. He's fifty one years old. He lives in the pacific northwest. So there's a lot of rain there..

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"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"And mold it's very controversial. And most of the doctors that i've been affiliated with and learning from do not agree with it at all so that really leaves us with the only other way to really test. Human body is through your end And we know that mold mycotoxin can make metabolites that we can measure in urine and we can also actually measure these micro-toxins in urine. So i'm gonna talk about three tests The first one is really interesting and came up a lot. Recently and conferences is running a urine organic acid test and especially the one from great plains labs because great plains labs on their first page they test for seventy six different anna lights on that test that they're looking at in urine and on the first page the first nine markers have to do with fungal growth but that test test for candida and things. That are calm. I think we think about a lot. But it also is testing for the possibility of mold colonization in the body and this sounds a little gross but think about the sinus cavity is being warm and moist And even the gastrointestinal tract so hollow spaces belongs the sinuses. The gastrointestinal tract. So we're finding that. If mold spores are ingested we're getting especially colonization of the gi tract. So the organic acid test from great plains. Labs will test for mold colonization in the gut. So some people there mold exposure is actually coming from mold. That's growing in their body man if we can identify that and take care of it than the nets really helpful information so on a lot of my clients. I like to run that organic acid test in combination with another test. Great plains labs offers and is their urine mycotoxin test so there's really two good urine tests right now. One of them is Planes labs and they're using liquid chromatography mass spectrometry. The other company is real time labs or Actually there's a third company. That's a little bit newer on the plainfield in its vibrant health vibrant wellness both Let's see real time in. Vibrant health are using a leisa testing through the urine. So they're doing different types of testing and the the best mold experts out there are saying that both companies test they test different things and they test different way and if someone really wants good information they really need to run both tests that gets costly. you know real time labs Somehow they got approval through medicare. So if you have a doctor ordering the test so it has to be medical doctor ordering and if they know how to code it right and real time labs helps doctor's with this. You can get that test. Hundred percent covered otherwise they're working on their pricing. It was six hundred and ninety nine dollars.

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"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"mold" Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"So i moved from colorado which was very hot and dry to the southeast which is living like in the tropics really We're living in a rental house and when we found the house we were really excited because for a rental it looks really looked. Really great on the surface. we just thought wow. We found such a treasure in this house. And i was able to set up my office in the basement which happens to have It's it's kind of a partial basement so it's got some really nice natural light and big windows and i thought oh even for a basement office. This is just great and got sat up and and started working and after living in this house for about five months I just gradually started to get sicker and sicker. And it's interesting that even though i was assisting clients who had biotoxin illness and and especially mold illness certainly some people with tick borne illnesses. Well it's almost like. I couldn't see it in myself and that rings true with people with biotoxin illness. The impact that it has on us. Neurologically can really impair our ability to think and and process information and so i certainly was becoming more cognitively impaired of myself I ended up gaining about twenty pounds almost overnight which really bothered me as a dietitian. Because i practice what i preach. Aida whole foods paleo based diet and you know big exercise fiend. And i hadn't changed anything so i'm just like where the heck did this twenty pounds come from and then as i continue to get more sick I said was like not sleeping. And i mean literally not sleeping The insomnia was horrible. then exacerbated by hot flashes And so i just continued down this decline. I had to cut my work back by at least half. I really was becoming dysfunctional. And then this profound fatigue set in where i oh most I would be sitting at my desk working. And i would get hit with this fatigue where i almost just had like lie down in the floor. I didn't have enough strength left in me to walk up the stairs and you know lie on the couch or even get in my bed and i would curl up on the floor in my office and just fall asleep for two hours you know and it was really at about that point that i just thought my gosh what is wrong with me and so i ran the the tests on myself and discovered that i had really high mold mold levels And we started it. We had our home inspected. Our landlord happened to be very much on board with that. Bear very supportive and we found some pretty significant high levels of very toxic mold growing in this house kind of underneath the surface so i ended up leaving the home for about three weeks. My husband who was not feeling the drastic health issues. And and i would love to talk about that too nick in that you can have people in the same household who one person can be very sick or a few family members very sick and then other people not sick at.

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"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"mold" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"There are a your mildly standing there missing their one arm from save you in a car wreck like probably should stand back exactly um no one knows exactly how many of these molds were made but they're likely said our enthusiasts who collect these and uh this one dude bill bowman who owns one and runs mold ville dot com bad bad euro there bryant it is bad i gotta say i looked it up and it's a dead domain he's got a facebook thing that he does now it's were his moved to yeah that's where he went my space and then he went facebook but there will never be another site better than facebook's on truth all right probably so he um his estimate is about three hundred designs i bet as more than that i don't know this guy knows what he's talking about he less true he counted one hundred ninety six original ones and then he said after the '60s more people started to make them they weren't just commissioned by aramark who is keeping track of these things and hidden i would i would say this guy's probably the person on earth who could estimate how many there are the closest and not just me guessing randomly who booed it's more at what's cool though also again like if you were a you could be anybody if you wanted a a mole the rama thing at year event you could it could happen sure i got i found there is a circle ville ohio pumpkin festival molder rama vig wonderful so one of the three hundred molds pumpkin from circle villa ohio's pumpkin vested the 70s another one so apparently toledo was crazy about these things because again there's ten at the toledo zoo there's the one at tamil shanna that i got.

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