17 Burst results for "Mushi"

"mushi" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"mushi" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"To play some more force it too, but Justin said, I've been playing mostly halo right now, which I love. So as I look back in the year, TikTok, I think I've played 42 games this year for a significant amount of time. I spent a few hours into them. So in roughly the order I played them, I'm including cyberpunk and monster train here, even though they're released of tail end of last year. I played them into January and finished them January. So I glued them here. Then it was hitman three, cyber shadow, 8 bit NES style, ninja guy like little nightmares two, I play God of War again because they did the next gen pass for it. But Skyrim for the first time since it was released for a couple weeks. Narita boy, which didn't really click with me. Undermine, also in game pass. Dungeon puzzles on switch. Put your attention to Yakuza like a dragon. We all played it this year even though it was out last year. On world soul storm, which was on GSB cross S genesis edition, return on. Rain on your parade, which I thought was kind of silly, but my nieces liked to watch me play it. BioMed Resident Evil Village, disco elysium, ratchet and clank rift apart, mushi, Hemi sama, classic cave shooter, which came to switch, death's door, cotton reboots, Mass Effect Legendary Edition, the ascent, axiom version two, Star Wars Jedi fallen order again. Because the next gen patch goes to Tsushima again, Griff lands, psychonauts to ESP alluded to, which we don't really know how it's supposed to be pronounced. Zoom world, death loop, far cry 6 metroid dread, Castlevania advanced collection. Tabs or totally accurate battle simulator, which came to game pass this year. For tourism 5, Guardians of the Galaxy blaster master zero three and halo infinite. Which I think is everything that I played this year. Incredible. For a significant amount of time. It's kind of interesting I played all those games and then one other, which I can't remember right now. So I won. You won. Okay. Oh yeah. Yeah, Damon, I think you've played double. I've been trying this year to keep track of everything that I've been watching across movies and TV and playing in games, and I just did a quick count. And I think it's about 22. So I think you doubled the amount of game time that I had this year. Well, I also did my own time well spent. You also played old games. I didn't got time for that. I'm fine with playing old games. I just did my own genre breakdown for everything I played this year. So 33% reaction venture games. See, 12% were retro platformers and other 12% were RPGs. 10% were arcade shooters, 10% were puzzle games. 5% were weirdo indie games, 5% were card battle games and 5% were first person shooters and 2% were racing driving games. That's just Forza. Basically. Is it a 100% daily games? These are a 100% daily games. It's true. Absolutely. Damon. Yeah, I was gonna say, I don't know that I would think of a shooter as a daily game right off the bat. Yeah. Like it's halo infinite, a gaming game. Hey, infinite is turning out to be a damning game, for sure. Turns out to be turning out. How does that change its so much? The list of games that I finished this year is quite a bit shorter. Only 8 games. I finished cyberpunk, hitman three, monster train, which Jesse can finish and I've done multiple times. Residential village, ratchet and clank rift apart, God of War. Again, Guardians of the Galaxy and psychonauts too. I'm deep into halo on. Those thoughts you beat that beat. It's actually finished. Wow. All right, are we done with a dame stats yet? Yes. But now it's time to hand out some awards. Oh man. Is there something you should have gotten our own mailed packets so we can not exactly what I was just going to say. If I had thought of it, I should have mailed you something. Remember when we had the novelty giant envelope? Yes. Yeah, of course. What if Damon didn't tell us what he was mailing us? And I just opened an envelope that just said squid game.

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"mushi" Discussed on IlmFeed Podcast

IlmFeed Podcast

05:40 min | 6 months ago

"mushi" Discussed on IlmFeed Podcast

"Else wears, you know? So yeah, and then I guess when I went to secondary school, which was a private school that's people with a lot of wealth. And that's probably when you became much more aware of it. Yeah, but I wasn't wearing it in the sense that, oh, I need it. I just became aware of people who have money and what you don't. And for me, it was and having that someone handled it, I guess I didn't protect us from this kind of coveting money for the sake of money. A few things that happen throughout my life, I guess my father's early connection with the mass sheet. That really kind of helped us all that despite looking after two children in his own having jobs, et cetera. He was still involved in the message in Charlotte Hamilton luxury. And he was involved from a point of if there was any dispute or the mushi was a running properly. You know, he didn't take a back seat. He was a very proactive in terms of getting involved in the match to set right what was perceived as a wrong. And I saw them when I was a young child singing my dad getting involved because he saw something wrong and he wanted to change it. Then when I went to secondary school at harm that I was very fortunate that the second school I went to, there was a number of older Muslims that went there, marcella, who went on to become very active in our communities that left a lasting impression on me, you know, I wanted to do the same school as a barber and bob. It wasn't just ball barns and it was a number of the Muslims as well. He was the mammal doubling. When had become he was at the school as well, there's a number of people that we have this kind of tradition of we did you mind our main hall our assembly hall. And I kind of saw that Muslims young Muslims themselves getting involved and having salivary day and being organized..

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"mushi" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"mushi" Discussed on WBUR

"But yet hardly ever do We remark on the fact that it's an insect secretion that comes from Whole interesting array of locations a world away. So you write in your book that should lack is not the only insect produced substance that we're eating regularly. Another whole chapter. You write about the cochineal bugs, which people crush up to make a red dye food coloring. Can you tell us more about that? Sure so, like silk and shellac, the other tube commodities I focus on in the book. Cochineal has an ancient history that goes way back to peruse Baraka's culture. The Aztecs and Mayans produce cochineal and we've got records of Montezuma, the second taking Cocina bags, tribute from his subjects and the way it's made is again. It's the females who are doing all the work. There's a theme here. The female insect bodies are crushed to produce this Carmine Red dye and the insects are raised on no Paul can act. I they dine on the sweet juices the inside of the cactus. And then the female raises her young surrounded by kind of a downy secretion. But then it takes about 70,000 female insect bodies to produce a £1 brick of dried coach and you'll die. When Europeans came across this in 15 hundreds after the Spanish conquest of the Americas, they just couldn't get enough of it. Because there's tremendous fixative properties. It doesn't bleed away and it creates a whole host of brilliant colors. You can combine cochineal with more dense that are basically different types of metals to produce. Deep sort of Corinthian purple hues, and you can produce these really bright scarlet reds and, of course for ecclesiastical vestments and royal robes. Europeans wanted red, the color virility in Christ's blood. And so once they got their hands on this new source of red dye, it became the second most lucrative traded product in the Spanish empire after only silver And today it's made a resurgence and is used as a safe food coloring for all sorts of things from candy to fake crab legs to specialty cocktails. It's in everything, sausages, you name it. It has a cochineal. And part of the reason for this is that many of the substitutes for these natural products that people came up with after the Second World War turned out to be toxic. So cochineal has made a comeback just like shellac and silk, in part because of the failures of substitution, and I talked about that quite extensively in the book. You know, For many Westerners, the idea of purposefully eating bugs can be, you know, kind of off putting, but you write that many people. Most people are actually already eating insects and not just in cochineal and shellac as we've talked about, But in a lot of other ways, Can you give us some examples? Sure, so right now on the planet, about two billion people on a regular basis, eat insects. It's just a part of their regular daily diet. Almost every world culture some insect dish that's central to their food culture in Japan, eating Zaza Mushi, which are riverbed harvested larvae is very common. Bundang G and South Korea are silkworm Cuba. I've eaten those and they taste a little like a cross between a peanut and the shrimp. I'd say it was The strange but interesting new taste experience in Mexico chap Alina's fried crickets and grasshoppers for wonderful snack actually really enjoy those, But we're all eating insects. You may not know it, but I'm drinking a cup of coffee, for example, and the United States allows about 10% of the green beans that are brought into this country, the insect body parts and drinking coffee or tea. You're most certainly consuming insects. Some peanut butter and chocolate. The FDA allows insect body parts their quotas for both of those as well. So if you can do many of these products on a daily basis, you may not know it, but you're consuming insects regularly. You know, you've always heard the stories of some bug crawling in your mouth while you're sleeping. But I guess it's a lot more subversive than that. You know, it's It's totally a cultural thing, because, you know, just imagine. I teach many Chinese students and they think it's so strange that North Americans eat cereal with milk. That is just the most odd combination to them. Yet it seems perfectly natural to us. So it's worth reminding ourselves that there's no biological basis for a distaste for even sex. It's very culturally conditioned, and we're seeing a lot of indications that maybe this is changing in the United States, For example, at Safeco Field, the field where the Seattle Mariners play, they've got a restaurant there that's been serving up chap Alina's Fried grasshoppers for years. And there are best seller alongside popcorn, peanuts and hot dogs. So you know this may be the harbinger of things to come. Who knows? Yeah, That's the thing. I mean, people talk about insects as being the protein source of the future, And I think it is cultural. I have a friend. She was in the Peace corps back in the day and she was going to go back to her village in And she was really excited because she was going back during Locust season, which is a time when they captured the Locusts, fry him up, throw some salt on them and, you know, eat them like popcorn, and she was really stoked to be going back at that time of year. It's something people enjoy. Absolutely. And in many cultures, I mean much of southern Africa, eating no pain caterpillars called more Pontius is very common, and it's a multimillion dollar industry that gives protein. Two people were refrigeration is scarce. It can be a really important alternative. And I'll just give you one statistic for your listeners to think about in the United States to produce £1 of beef. It takes 1000 gallons of water and two acres of grazing land. To produce £1 of crickets. It takes one gallon of water and two cubic feet of space. And with the crickets you get about three times the amount of protein much more iron and nutrients and essentially, these are freeze dried, pulverized. And turned into a high protein meal..

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"mushi" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

11:33 min | 11 months ago

"mushi" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Again. Yes. On July 4th 17 76. The 13 colonies claimed their independence from England. An event which eventually led to the formation of the United States each year on the fourth of July, also known as Independence Day, America celebrates this historic Event. Uh, Convent and Continental Congress and Flood Olivia Philadelphia in summer of 17 76. In a June 7th. Session. In the Pennsylvania State House. Later Independence whole. Richard Henry Lee of Virginia presented a resolution which It which the famous word, a result. That these United colonies are And of right Out. Should be free and independent states. That they are absorbed from all alliance to British Crown. And that all political connection between them and the state of Great Britain is and out to be totally dissolved. Uh, you are shot at time it independence, the her really otra America. So, uh huh. Yuma have a barista. Uh, ultra, killing them Solid. Paul Bachmann. Maria Allah. Ha! Not little thumb man. 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"mushi" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"mushi" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Visit my website Joe Collins for Congress. Dotcom. My name is Joe Collins and I'm running for Congress I pay for and have approved the content contained therein. Get Midei's right with John Phillips on you can get it right. No teacher genital like school one day, Johnny. Good, something sure nobody's It's one away on talk radio 7 90, ABC. John Phillip Show Broadcasting Live in exile from my Living room in Palm Springs, California. And it's time to open up the state of California for business. Mr Randy Wang's at the Sports Desk in Culver City, John L. A County is shutting down a bunch of covert testing sites because there's so much smoke in the air. The air quality is garbage. Well, I think all the smoke is coming from that which Barbara Ferrer's cauldron. 800 to 2 to K A. B. C is the phone number 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to it is a pleasure to welcome to the program. Our next guest. She is a medical doctor, A former member of Congress representing the state of New York, who was just retweeted by President Trump himself and her Twitter feed is white. Hot right now, if you want to follow her on Twitter You conduce that at man Hayworth, Doctor Nan Hayworth welcome. Oh, John Philip. It is the least, is much of a thrill to be with you. Right now, as it is to see my Twitter feed light up because I really, really appreciate the opportunity. Tio join you anytime I can. So, thank you. Well, I've been looking forward to talking to you all day because yesterday we talked about America's favorite fake doctor, Barbara Ferreri, canceling Halloween and then getting smacked down by the sheriff who said that he's not going to enforce her edict, and she's on her own. Well, today, there's new audio that was unearthed about the fake doctor speaking to various school administrators in Los Angeles County, about when potentially on campus instruction would begin. It was obtained by Steve Gregory of Ko Phi News. Here is what she said on the clip. Quote. We don't realistically anticipate that we would be moving toe either tear to or to reopen in K through 12 schools at least until after the election after early November. When we just look at the timing of everything. It seems to us. Ah, more realistic approach to this would be to think that we're going to be where we are now until we're done with the election and quote It sounds like she's basing all of her decisions on the quote science, doesn't it? Yes, Absolutely. The science of political science, John? Yeah, they're they're right. I mean, there's and I did I tweeted about it. This is well, you know, this is outrageous. I mean, she's but she's admitting it right. At least she's being honest. You know, this is all political there being on it to this audience. Certainly. And it's nothing Absolutely nothing. That Dr Ferrer says. From here on in Should be regarded with anything less than a gigantic block of salt. Actually, she should be. She could be replaced and this is and she's not alone in the public health establishment, as we know. Ah, their dire predictions for the consequences of being in crowds and being insufficiently masks were miraculously. Nullified when because quote unquote was so important to the cause of so called black lives matter. Black lives do matter, but not be lemon teeth and all the others who have obviously a promulgated riots, violence, death and destruction across the country, But none of that mattered more right. Johnson out to her and to her audience. They know what they're talking about. Their politics matter more and that priority is costing livelihood live, harming Children. Not actively overtly harming Children. So this isn't some. You know, you could say, Well, it's politics, but everybody will be okay. No, everybody's not going to be okay. She needs to be replaced. Absolutely from your lips to God's ears. And let's also not forget President Trump is being raked over the coals right now because there's a new book out, saying he didn't take over 19 seriously enough when he was doing things like instituting a travel ban on China and Europe. That was right around the same time that the fake doctor was running around, telling everyone that having the marathon was perfectly safe. Oh, absolutely. And Nancy Pelosi was in Chinatown, you know, fluttering and pattering around Chinatown in San Francisco thing, but we're all here and we're just We're just having a marvelous time people crowded in within six inches of her face. Nobody's wearing a mask. You know, it's fine. Why don't you come join us? You know, and I saw that her face was pulled back tighter than the Mushi. Oh, wait. W You know, I try to avoid the space stuff, but he has yes. I mean, she's you know, she's you know, she's got a freezer full of gourmet ice cream. So judge, you know she's going to be just fine. Ah, yeah, but she wasn't alone in that, Of course, she was joined by many other Democrats. She was joined on the other coast where you know, the storm clouds were looming on the horizon in a very big way. Ah, and Mayor Bill de Blasio on march 5th was saying, Hey, go out! Enjoy. Here's a movie recommendation for you. Don't live that nasty old man Corona virus. Get in your way. Hey, was specifically saying to ride the subway, which is where we know. Ah, Lot of these people contracted it right. You can follow. You could follow the pattern. Of infection. You know the documented infections and they they did you know, you could make a case that they were consistent with the commuting patterns of folks..

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"mushi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"mushi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well, Gaza isn't the only place to go on lock down. China's Xinjiang region has been under strict lock down for over a month and residents. Frustration is starting to show. That was a video from the city of Mushi, China, where residents on lock down Bennett. Their frustration in a Citywide Scream session on Sunday. David How is the pandemic? Looking in China? It seems like the situation and changing is a bit of an outlier. Yes, that's right. So is where it started. So we've bean seeing lockdowns every time a minor outbreak begins. The Chinese government has a policy of essentially wanting no infections at all on by shutting the country down, basically closing the borders and On having this very, very strict lock down whenever cases arrived. Most of the country where I'm in Beijing right now is we think we're pretty much covet free, which is amazing thing for such a large country. The problem with changing there's two overlapping separate problems. One is Xin Jiang is already very, very aggressive Police state because they have their own campaign against Of the 10 million Muslims from the week of minority who lived there. We knew that there have been outbreaks in Xin Jiang because we use Western journalists cannot easily get in there at the moment closed down because of the virus. There may be things happening in camps on DH detention centers for Uighurs that are horrors that we know nothing about the stuff that you were playing those videos. That's the other half off. The 22 million people who live in changing those are hand Chinese settlers who have been encouraged to move into Xin Jiang. His economic migrants to dilute the impact of Uighurs from the Chinese central government's point of view, they have traditionally been very privileged bunch of kind of colonial settlers. They have also because Jin Jiang is a very tough police state because of this locked down on the coverage. They are taking very badly. The fact that they have been in some cases welded into their own homes with iron bars and welded shut front doors only lead a very small amount of food and they took to social media. And we're complaining. Very vociferously. The tragedy is there's another half of the population of leaders who we know almost nothing about what's happening to them. China is also considered a leading country in the race for a vaccine. David, what progress have they made so far? Do we know We do know that they are giving the vaccines even before they've gone through phase three testing. They've been giving them for actually, months now to so called sensitive people. We know that members of the military I've been taking this. I've heard anecdotally that people who work for pharmaceutical companies in China have been taking the vaccine. There's rumors among diplomats here in Beijing that delegates to the rubber stamp parliament, the National People's Congress. All had taken early experimental vaccine People of Beijing Apple, supposing another rumor in the diplomatic circuit of having take this vaccine. Well, that's really about for China is not only is China's Attempts to have no infections a tool a bet on getting a vaccine quite soon, because as long as they keep the economy closed down like this, and the border is close, it's really hurting them economically. They're betting on a vaccine because they've taken the other approach from some European countries. You want to go for her community. There is no herd immunity here because they want to have No cases at all. It's also about prestige in diplomatic power that if China has one of the first functioning vaccines that works, they are clearly going to be expecting countries to be very nice to China. If they want that vaccine, so we know there's three or four candidates. One of them is actually being produced a joint venture by the People's Liberation Army that raises its own questions about imagine the political crisis in somewhere like America. If the first really effective vaccine is a Chinese military vaccine, how many Americans are going to want to take that? Would the president of its president Trump recommend that people take that? So we're seeing a a geopolitical crisis just over the horizon off this public health catastrophe? Well, Nancy, then there's also a question Once there is a vaccine, how it gets to people how it's distributed, who gets first crack at it. And how are we seeing that that conversation play out globally? Well, I think that's such an important point. And, you know, it's related to the top of your talking about earlier about the elimination of polio because one of the things that we learned is how to get vaccines to people in that case, polio and potentially There will be lessons learned their Visa VI Cove it because in places like Nigeria, which was one of the last African countries to eliminate polio. One of the places where they struggle was was a state of Borneo, where Boko Haram was operating on limiting the ability of vaccines to get through and so When we think about distribution. I think we're going to face the whole host of questions, and the only sort of measure or lessons will have our from previous efforts to get vaccines out. Not only that they'll be issues will see with trust about vaccines and whether they're reliable way We've heard in the case of polio people afraid to bring their Children for because they didn't want to expose. How malnutrition they were, how much parents were unable to support their Children, and so the number of issues that could come up with distribution of vaccine and remember we're not even at vaccine. David talked about the political ones. I think we're going to see a number of practical ones as well as as the attempted distribution happens worldwide. A new report from UNICEF says that at least a third of the world schoolchildren are unable to access remote learning during the pandemic. Jen, What do we do about this finding in which regions are most affected? Share. So there's a new report that was published Thursday by UNICEF said. Like You said, at least one third of the world schoolchildren basically lack the equipment or the access to allow them to pursue. I mean, just of learning and pretty much as with with everything like this. It is the the world's most vulnerable populations as usual, that are going to end up, you know, being hardest hit. There are significant geographical differences when it comes to Children's access to distance learning. You know, For example, in Africa and parts of Asia, there's much less Internet connectivity. Much less access to the kind of technology you know, compared to say, a place like Europe or in North America. So we're seeing this kind of huge, huge gap on the report is based on data gathered from a roughly 100 countries. On measuring public access to Internet TV radio, But you know, even I think it's It's also interesting to note that even in places like United States where we have, you know much better Internet connectivity, then lot of places in the world. We're very lucky to have that. You know, we're even seeing problems here. They're just, you know, this week. We're talking about this. This chromebook shortage right? This shortage of chromebook laptops that are used in In many, many, many American schools for distance learning, And so there's a shortage now and so, you know, even students who do have Internet access or having trouble in the United States accessing distance learning, so I think You know, Part of this is theater tire world is suddenly trying Tio dramatically changed. You know, in a manner of a few months how how education is provided right and and it's not easy in some places to scale up. No broadband Internet access in places that haven't had it in just a few months. And so I think we're continuing to see the struggle for parents who are trying to figure out how to go back to work. You know, While having kids stuck at home, How did you know even how to figure out howto educate them themselves. If they can't get access to the classroom, teachers are having to try to figure out how to do this in a way that replicates in some way, the kind of quality learning experience that they're used to having the classroom. The lack of technology is just further kind of gap between the haves and the have nots that we're going to see and it's going to set back. I think a generation of Children we're talking about the week's top.

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"mushi" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"mushi" Discussed on KPCC

"Show. That was a video from the city of Room. Mushi, China, where residents on lock down Bennett their frustration in a citywide scream session on Sunday. David How is the pandemic? Looking in China? It seems like the situation and changing is a bit of an outlier. Yes, that's right. So we we is where it started. And so we've been seeing lockdowns every time a minor outbreak begins. The Chinese government has a policy of essentially wanting no infections at all on by shutting the country down, basically closing the borders and on having this very, very strict lock down whenever cases arrived. Most of the country where I'm in Beijing right now is we think we're pretty much covered. Free, which is amazing thing for such a large country. The problem was changing. There's two overlapping separate problems. One is Xin Jiang is already a very, very aggressive police state because they have their own campaign against Of the 10 million Muslims from the week of minority who lived there. We knew that there have been outbreaks in Xin Jiang because we use Western journalists cannot easily get in there at the moment closed down because of the virus. There may be things happening in camps on DH detention centers for Uighurs. That are horrors that we know nothing about the stuff that you were playing those videos. That's the other half off. The 22 million people who live in changing those are hand Chinese settlers who had been encouraged to move into Xin Jiang. Risk is economic migrants to dilute the impact of Uighurs from the Chinese central governments want to do and they have traditionally been very privileged bunch of kind of colonial settlers. They have also because Shin Jang is a very tough police state. Because of this lock down on covered. They are taking very badly. The fact that they have been in some cases welded into their own homes with iron bars and welded shut front doors only lead a very small amount of food and they took to social media. And we're complaining. Very vociferously. The tragedy is there's another half of the population. The Uighurs who we know almost nothing about what's happening to them. China is also considered a leading country in the race for a vaccine. David, what progress have they made so far? Do we know We do know that they are giving the early vaccines even before they've gone through phase three testing. They've been giving them for actually, months now to so called sensitive people. We know that members of the military have been taking this. I've heard anecdotally that people who work for pharmaceutical companies in China have been taking the vaccine. There's rumors among diplomats here in Beijing that delegates to the rubber stamp Parliament, the National People's Congress, all had to take an early experimental vaccine. People at Beijing Apple, supposing another rumor. In the diplomatic circuit of having me take this vaccine. Well, that's really about for China is not only is China's attempt tow have no infections, a tool a bet on getting a vaccine quite soon, because as long as they keep the economy closed down like this, and the border is close, it's really hurting them economically. They're betting on a vaccine because they've taken the other approach from some European countries. You want to go for her community. There is no herd immunity here because they want to have No cases at all. It's also about prestige in diplomatic power that if China has one of the first functioning vaccines that works, they are clearly going to be expecting countries to be very nice to China. If they want that vaccine, so we know there's three or four candidates. One of them is actually being produced a joint venture by the People's Liberation Army that raises its own questions about imagine the political crisis in someone like America. If the first really effective vaccine is a Chinese military vaccine, how many Americans are going to want to take that? Would the president of its president Trump recommend that people take that? So we're seeing a a geopolitical crisis just over the horizon off this public health catastrophe? Well, Nancy, then there's also a question once there is a vaccine. How it gets to people how it's distributed, who gets first crack at it. And how are we seeing that that conversation play out globally? Well, I think that's such an important point. And, you know, it's related to the top of your talking about earlier about the elimination of polio because one of the things that we learned is how to get vaccines to people In that case, polio and potentially, there'll be lessons learned their visa. Vico vit. Because in places like Nigeria, which was one of the last African countries to eliminate polio, one of the places where the struggle was was a state of Borneo, where Boko Haram was operating on and limiting the ability of vaccines to get through, and so When we think about distribution, I think We're going to face the whole host of questions, and the only sort of measure or lessons will have our from previous efforts to get vaccines out. Not only that they'll be issues will see with trust about vaccines and whether they're reliable. We'd we'd heard in the case of polio people afraid to bring their Children for it because they didn't want to expose how malnutrition they were, how much parents were unable to support their Children, and so The number of issues that could come up with distribution of vaccine and remember, we're not even at vaccine. David talked about the political ones. I think we're going to see a number of practical ones as well as as the attempted distribution happens worldwide. Well. A new report from UNICEF says that at least a third of the world schoolchildren are unable to access remote learning during the pandemic. General we know about this finding in which regions are most affected. Sure. So, Uh, there's a new report that was published Thursday by UNICEF said. Like he said, at least one third of the world schoolchildren basically lack the equipment or the access to allow them to pursue. You know, distance learning and pretty much as with with everything like this. It is the the world's most vulnerable populations as usual, that are going to end up, you know, being hardest hit. There are significant geographical differences when it comes to Children's access to distance learning. You know, For example, in Africa and parts of Asia, there's much less Internet connectivity. Much less access to the kind of technology you know, compared to say, a place like Europe or or in North America. So we're seeing this kind of huge, huge gap on the report is based on data they gathered from roughly 100 countries. On measuring public access to Internet TV radio. But, you know, even e think it's. It's also interesting to note that even in places like United States where we have, you know much better Internet connectivity, then a lot of places in the world. We're very lucky to have that. You know, we're even seeing problems here. They're just, you know, this week. We're talking about this. This chromebook shortage right? This shortage of chromebook laptops that are used in In many, many, many American schools for distance learning, And so there's a shortage now and so, you know, even students who do have Internet access or having trouble in the United States accessing distance learning, so I think You know, Part of this is theater tire world is suddenly trying Tio dramatically changed. You know, in a manner of a few months how how education is provided right? And and it's not easy in some places just scale up. No broadband Internet access in places that haven't had it in just a few months. And so I think we're continuing to see this struggle for parents who are trying to figure out how to go back to work. You know, While having kids stuck at home, How did you know even how to figure out howto educate them themselves. If they can't get access to the classroom, teachers were having to try to figure out how to do this in a way that replicates in some way, the kind of quality learning experience that.

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"mushi" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Every day. Don't forget Valley Dairy up north as well. Part of the petrol serve us a family, the home cooking today, beef tips and gravy. Scallop potatoes and ham at the Valley City. Location higher would sausage Potato Fargo 12,000 north Tater Tot hot dish? Let me say that again. Tater Tot hot dish in they know how to make the tater tot hot dish. That Mushi is perfect West Main Avenue, West Fargo. It sells very steak today. Petra. Serve us today. Tell him Scott sent you. Here's the Bad news. John Roberts, the chief justice of the Supreme Court. Has sided with the liberal judges to strike down. Louisiana abortion law. So John Roberts knows better than Louisiana. About how their laws ought to be handled. John Roberts. Were sold as a conservative. Solis, someone that could amazing with that town does do you It's amazing what that time does you I go back to Joe Biden there since 72 He is who he is because of the fact he's been there that long. Same thing here. Just ridiculous. I was worried about this one is supposed to be last week, and then they postpone it a week and Very good test of where they're at. And folks we have more work to do. Donald Trump. Saved us from a disaster. On the on the Supreme Court. If you like Donald Trump. You get that If you don't like Donald Trump, you should get that You should still be In his camp vote for him because of that Supreme court because the other side If they get done. America As we know it will cease to exist. You can't take the constitution of the United States and shred it decision after decision without it, ultimately bringing us to our knees. As a country. Now John Roberts. Joining the liberal side means we have more to do. Donald Trump must be re elected. And I'll leave you a little bit of good news before I get back to the calls. This probably assures his re election. Because the poor life community is very, very Politically engaged. They're active. They're bold. They're out there and I count myself among them. Is what's more important than life. Jim and Bismarck. What's on your Good morning, gentlemen. I just wanna bring up the fact that I might have my dates wrong, but In 1933 A gentlemen send people out in the streets to riot put fear among people in hopes of getting power. And that gentlemen was Adolf Hitler. And we all know the history of after he got power. That's exactly what they're trying to do right now. Replay that whole scenario. Again, it would It would do everybody well to understand history and and put it to a current parallels. And by the way, you Khun, go back even further than Hitler. You could you could grab the good book. And Great. Story ever written. Many of the same perils there a lot of lessons. There are a lot of ways to avoid things. Same thing right there in the Bible. Taking a page? No, thanks. Jim Welch had faith in Starbuck, Minnesota. Hello. How are you today? Oh, good. You're still that little dairy Queen Starbuck on the road. You still have that little dairy Queen and Starbuck right on the main road there. Yes, there is. Yes, there is currently under somewhat of reconstruction in my safe the construction to revamp the town a little bit the same way that Glen would then And so we're getting through that one day at a time with regard to is the restaurant open innocents and that cracker open, But if anybody ever Pass some time, and we're almost done with that part. They should come on down Where? The Nutcracker It's Christmas. Every day. I realize what I asked because I love it like quite a commercial ight. Starbuck is very, very special to me. I grew up on me like men, Alaska and I have probably had more ice cream cones at that dairy queen. Any worry on the planet. We have those cute little things that very clean over by hobo Park over there and You know, in the Marina is and stuff, So there's quite a bit and we have a little airport here. So if you're short on time you just fly in. Wait. What? Todd Mitchell status. I should have a plain human rushed a little bit on that. But your body I was calling because you you were talking About black lives matter. And I grew up in Chicago a long time ago. Way before your time. And I want to tell you that black lives matter is not a new thing. They're pushing it. After everything happens to a black person, However, it's a mark that known Marxist organization and it really started getting its roots in and digging in and that with Malcolm X. And the black lives matter, along with the stuff that you're talking about with the Supreme Court in the decisions on what would happen if President Trump didn't get in is leveraged. To do what the radical Islamic movement promised stuff in the Obama administration. And what that wass they promised US seven times the Holocaust in an almost bloodless war. And they've been working toward that goal. Marxism is the aggressive part of like a communist arm. It's like the other part of that, so you can talk till hell freezes over. It's the same way. That President Trump is having that the issue with the people saying Wait, I'm doing this. I'm doing that and everybody keeps going after him from the other side, trying to take him down when the rest of us can see. Wait. There's all this good going on. That's because we're coming from the idea that we're supposed to support the Constitution of the United States. And yes, we have the Constitution of the United States. But we had banned before President Trump electing people who do not support that. What was Obama's promise to us when he first got in? It's the only one he kept. He said. I will give you a new America. And by golly, he is transforming the promise to transplant the oak too. I'm no. You're exactly what I said. He promised to transform America and you're exactly right that there was He tried. He delivered in in some ways he did, and faith to your words are very, very profound as it pertains to paying attention to the founding of the roots of black lives matter, because they can call it what it wants a brand now, but it has Marxist roots. That's how we started. And you know what? There's a lot of parallels like that. You don't plan Parenthood. Planned Parenthood was started by Margaret Sanger and they try.

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"mushi" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"To the extent black get around like a the guardian medical data when it comes to came from confidence fifteen instructional classes that they need to put in shop called question of the day yeah we've got a bucket full names are gonna draw a name out the buckets figure out who gets asked the question today you're going to want to get it right because if you don't you get shocked will sing the song with the listeners want to sing so Texan a seven eight five nine two and tell us what you want to hear as we get shocked today Brooks strongly about about that because she had it last and who to get broke you're laughing I don't like it for a lover of sweat pants five your statement my husband tried to threaten to throw away my sweat pants over the weekend like don't touch those that they're so good putting on the shock collar and while she does that digital Jake please read us the shock collar question of the day if you're a parent you know that cringe worthy feeling is when your kids has a question like why does mommy look like that in the morning completely off guard what do you do well a new survey of parents with kids were between the ages of two and twelve children ask almost forty questions a month the parents have trouble answering you in a minute did you mean a minute right now three year old and a six year old I need your name the top three most common tough questions that kids ask their parents all right so well okay like I said I have a three year old and a six year old who are both obsessed with babies and they can't quite figure out how the baby gets out of mommy's tummy yeah that is a hard question so you wait like it's it's not necessarily like where do babies come from it's more like how babies get here yeah where do babies come want to tell your daughter that story because even the twenty five year old woman it freaks me out you know you know where it comes yeah still like even after you've given birth twice you're like well I do not tell your children that story you show them a video of what happened so that they can understand obvious what what else is in it I'm sorry we're looking for questions that are uncomfortable or just hard to answer tough to answer yeah the other one like what happens when you die you know like that's a hard one well it is I mean the death is just as much a part of life is anything else and kids are super curious about it right seasonal but every year I get a lot of questions about Santa where does he live that's a good one how does he make all the toys yes those are good ones that's good that's good is he for load every other day of the year besides Christmas what kind of benefits does yeah J. greed the question more time parents are supposed to be a beacon of guidance and intelligence for their tags I need you to name the top three most common tough questions the parents get from their children if you don't like my three year old asking the other day he goes poop come out so mushi five hundred twenty seven years why do we group is a good one okay I'm locked in with like where do babies come from and how do babies get here basically is Santa real and then I'm gonna go with a death on a life you're all about that is that what happens when you die a new survey of parents with kids were between the ages of two and twelve from the kids ask almost forty questions a month but they have trouble answering asking in the top three in the list and they are number three is the jolly guy in the big red suit real I'll give you that okay number two where do babies come from and the number one answer on the list of top tough questions that kids ask their parents where do we go why is the sky blue scientists have never figure that out yeah I do we think it's trolls I always wanted to I always thought it was the ocean there flex really cool the oceans blue because the sky is blue not the other way around no I think that's no oceans water it's clear let's Google it all my yeah I explain the blacks in what about the Red Sea you're saying that we know jumping a group of seven eight five nine two someone explain to us why the sky is blue sky the ocean yeah well we're doing that broke somebody non someone is hearing you saying what is loved by hand away what a waste of money in private school for Jeffrey all right let's let's get ready with an electrocution baby me me no more what is the show was produced by myself the job buddy support helps okay thanks ninety two point five we believe the moms deserve not just today but whole week whether you're an essential working mom on the frontline isolated away from your loved one or having to wear that teachers had at home we want to give you a break by hooking you up with a free complete professional house cleaning and we'll leave it to us in a two hundred dollar grocery shopping spree just text.

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Japan backslash Japanese insects we won't we threw everything but just to give you an idea and you know this explains so much in anime if you were a fan of any Yasha where they actually had a lot of the spirits beings because of course into Yasha is the son of the dog you hi it was actually pretty interesting so they had some of these and like I don't know I get it Japan is known as the land of everything Cole why eat these days even ugly things for me cute however there are some reasons why you would not want to do to Japan and these are this person's top ten list of hands peeing Japanese insects that will give you a scare if you weren't expecting them the first one is the cicada cicada are very romanticized their music is in the evening song their background noise in Japanese movie they refer to and famous works of literature before cicadas became obnoxious tree crickets they live underground as in them once they hit puberty and start arguing with their parents the birth of their way out of the ground and find a nearby place to malt where they leave a nasty exoskeletons for children to collect groups of cicada can produce sounds up to a hundred and twenty decibels that's louder than any Ozzy Osborne concerts a cat is are harmless but if the mistake you for a tree they can grip you with their spiky legs and be in an attempt to eat from you or lay their eggs in you overall they are pretty cool but they can definitely be freaky they also die in great numbers and when they die they fall from trees like secura blossoms in spring suffice to say dead giant insects falling on you is a momentary panic inducing situation in Florida I believe we also have these and they are very loud there was one day that I was sitting with mom she can't sing don't you hear that noise and I'm like the cicadas no it can't just be cicadas and we're looking all over the place there's this stranger walking down the street she's do you hear that noise is like the cicadas just the issues really astounded but I think this is right after I bought this house and it's right next door to her and it has to be because the trees and these trees produce they really attract cicadas so Japan also has stink bugs which are agreeing creepy queue side give me mommy mushi like fruit vampires these bugs vermilion sucking their fluids from any vegetation they can find their straw like appendages they usually don't bother humans but few touches little dude or intimidate him you'll end up covered in a nasty Salanter like odor the next one and I don't know of any your crisis here but they stink bug in particular but the dentate mushi is a caterpillar it's beautiful it's yellow and red it's got these beautiful little spikes and apparently if you touch one it will feel like you stuck a paper clip into an electric socket they don't have an electrical powers but they do release chemicals and it's fairly painful they're called the electric bug in Japan cockroaches nope that's like a big new on my list the image on this website actually shows the cockroach balloons no no no no I like animals I don't wish cockroaches harm or ill the floor is filled with them and we even have the special things called palmetto bugs that lie when I was a child and I was four years old and we lived in Mississippi I went to get a drink of water and it was dark and of my mother and I a when I was a child I was one who waits on she always with the lights off service kind of this battle and I thought I was going to actually go and get my water in the dark and make her happy that I didn't turn on any lights so I went to go drink some water that I got out of the faucet and across my face from the glass called a cockroach so ever since that time I have not really liked them so that the note they celebrate them yeah Japanese mountain leeches these are actually fairly interesting most of the time people run into these nasty creatures with bodies of water but they're also perfectly comfortable on land and I only just have a seemingly harmless informally gate but when they really mean business they can come after you buy somersaulting at high speed and it's actually pretty cool to see even climb trees to drop down on unsuspecting victims and hide in your shoes these leeches are equipped with a sucker on one end and help them to get around and size of their victims on the other and they have strong Charles lined with thousands of tiny teeth which they used to inject you with an anti coagulant and numbing compound so they can unknowingly beat on your blood and to to your clothing and yes they have a video new another type of bleach it lives in Japan is the giant carnivorous mountain leach these leeches also are comfortable about the water could easily be mistaken for snakes due to their large size and the way they slow there across the ground at high speeds in search of prey the good thing is these leeches don't suck blood like you might think instead they use our huge draws to swallow warms whole how charming and there is actually a video showing Japan also sees like general research forms and they actually caught one of these leeches eating an earthworm and I mean it was huge and very creepy the help centipede yeah I know it's called a visiting did you get a G. looks downright prehistoric if I didn't know any better I think it had been pressed into some horrible B. class size my movie luckily however they are just how versatile guys unlike the evil has and the Japanese giant centipede which is what we are getting to for this episode they kind of look like slugs with long articulates legs in multiple aperture lakes nope nope Hornets well the good news is that these early this house centipedes do eat other things here's our giant centipede I don't usually find centipede scary except maybe the human centipede but this one deserves to be feared it is a symbol of evil in Japanese mythology and the mechanic brought to life thirty eight centimeters fifteen inches long it doesn't look scary though it is poisonous to if they get this little choppers around you you'll be in a world of pain and probably have some pretty decent swelling it usually won't kill you get a bad enough bite and you will be going straight to the doctor I don't recommend tempting one of these bad boys if you are trying to pull a Ferris Bueller in Japanese floor it is said that the macabre they must be burned to get rid of it so seriously this means you must burn it with fire by the way apparently you can eat them why not just barbecue them up he wants some spicy hot day and they actually show lord okay yeah Lucia them on a stick okay you're just going to move on it's gonna be tough episode I mean I don't mind white spiders I mean if the following I don't like any of the so far I'm not too fond of them here's our spider the huntsman spider it's huge nope nope nope nope nope that was my first reaction to this PP Crawley if you can even call it that I feel more inclined to call it something for my worst nightmares picture of this guy ending up all over the internet and for good reason it's terrifying more like a dark here a crowd the huntsman spider doesn't spin webs to catch its prey instead it uses its a lightning fast likes to chase down its beard meets it into the ground then rips it apart for its next meal and you I mentioned they get up to a foot wide I'm just saying in my cat wouldn't even eat this there's a video I'm going to skip the video the only good thing about the spiders that is not poisonous to humans so yes there is a jury spider it's beautiful very brightly colored it's a member of the golden silk or weaver genius if you couldn't tell by the crazy rainbow jacket the spider is poisonous getting bit by one is about the same as getting bit by a black window not deadly but not a kiss from Shirley Temple just look at the door gives me the E. B. G. B.'s I mean look at it you think the Golden part of its name comes from the golden body but it actually first of the spiders golden while it is dapper as it is horrifying people have even attempted to make high end clothing from the Golan grads and they actually show a rather interesting image from old Japanese lore of the spiders apparently it eats birds and then the last entry here just just Sears horrified as I am before we even get to our normal pets the Japanese giant Hornet hide your kids hide your wife hide your husband because the system I bought she's in town and he's not happy wasps are generally considered to be pleasant but this thing is on a whole other level in Japanese the Japanese chime horn is known as I don't think so looks like sue sue may which literally means the giants beryl beat we might as well call these things sparrows because they are that freakin big not only do these things huge but they were also spur you in the eyes with a flush mounting poison if you catch them on a bad day and did I mention that this person is filled with firemen's that single the rest of the hype to hunt you down and to sting you into you can no longer move your lives there so brutal that they do a metal akel lips proud not only are they a threat to humans but they treat other insects worse than Rebecca black after her release of Friday I don't get that they eat other insects babies are they re bee hives to collect bee larva for their young why how yeah there's a video I can do it yeah the live around many places in Japan even the outskirts of Tokyo and the claim as many as forty wives a year what all this explains so much about anime okay so I've given you some idea about the insects we're gonna take a look at some of the supernatural or at least concerning one of them right after these messages we'll be right time for something really scary I would promote sponsor normal pets will re appear before you can say everything we tried failed except the dyna via standard run of the mill tests and treatments according to his to multiple crane audix breakable description one injection sharks and cream no results it was neglect the other owners didn't care enough about him to take care of them and to give them the nutrition he needed a nutritional supplement like kind of like to be the healthy happy dog years tracking N. 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"mushi" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"That you broadcast out from your being is like a beacon that attracts other people there on that same frequency simple way to say that would be like attracts like yes like energy attracts like right you know yes it would you I just one of those ways of people to do it online well. I disagree I think you could explain some let's go let's turn to the rod cast. wait all right so Joe Malone. I've always heard that opposites attract. show opposites may attract and not in a spiritual way that that Joe is talking about they might attract in sort of the Ying Yang way where let me put it this way my wife is extremely organized I'm more like I see a vision of things I support let's set a spire to that let's do that then she says well if you're going to do that you need to make sure you do X. Y. and Z. first and I'll take care of this and that you better take care of that but in terms of highway and let me just finish well here so opposites. active yeah but but its opposites in terms I would save skill sets but when something awful many top yeah Joey. the station. can I just say one word yes thank you very. the time SO opposites when it comes to you and your wife attracted to each other correct but think about it this way yeah in the day and age of cell phones right if there's some might name that pops up in a call is coming in and every time that guy calls he starts **** and moaning about one thing or another I look at that phone I say I'd rather do to shoot myself to take this call in in in them then that's that overly simplified way of saying that what you are putting out as in all our when you walk into the room can either be magnetic and people are drawn to you or it can be a turn off in the book what are your thoughts Joan I'm devastated because whenever I call Joe goes right to voice. yeah I know I can I think off is it's in some in some facets attract however you have to have some some common goals of our common values you know I mean it's it's like I know. people would use does steal more attracted to people who used to buy and sell stolen items but I was also I think a lot. yeah yeah now we're going to the criminal well that's you know you asked me what I'm gonna tell you my own skin no it was like what I found out I have a take on yeah yeah it's everybody's take on this yeah but so let's let the author may I know I think at this point you talk about the things I'm. is Mike. I think we have a I think you owe you will agree with this this is an interesting topic. my education this is my background this is where I all right so so. all up I think opposite sometimes do a track and sometimes they don't I agree with you one or two I can tell you why if you give me a moment to tell you I'll tell you. you have your mom I figured out that soul mates not necessarily it's not necessarily a physical attraction shoulder so may not necessarily soul mate is someone who is back to you what you need to work on we all week they're strong we are strong they're weak and you complement each other and help each other out well how how can you're talking about it makes sense yeah it does but I will just add TV Stevie I would just add when you say opposites attract there is much to be said about that and then Joey just articulated but there's something different about having a positive vibration and having a negative one and there's just some people will say every time I'm in the present shuttle at all and they see the worst in everybody has all its where did you ever like like in my life or other people's lives when they meet what you call this soul mate you say it just kinda happened and I don't know and then you find yourself attracted to someone you say. why am I attracted to this person we have nothing in common or whatever and I I contend that store the chili voices in other people take away the idea of mystery I think it's a mystery I I don't I think there's some parts of this but what you're saying and what you are saying Joe Joe he voices is a great thing because you want to achieve certain things in life and the people you're talking about like the people I've met were very successful they work their **** off. and they also are like what you're talking about the very upbeat yeah yeah I have it and you don't want and they take responsibility for what happens in their life and they hold you accountable yeah they're not victimize you know it's not like Jeez I got screwed here's how I got screwed it was either my boss so it was my brother let my navel all right like Steve said to something inside of me you can't put your finger on it's an intangible but the something inside of them that you admire and you don't you might not even be able to articulate it but I hear talk to them for that reason that's the mystery this he's talking about but it but again the more positive you become as a person in your outlook unless you attracted to in the more you're kinda just turned off by the the the the negative the toxin of high I get Tiffany and that's not to say you don't point out like if you're not happy with something that sat happening in your hometown and you think the government let's say is doing something wrong you pointed out but I as I said to my guys still say to my kids I'm gonna give you thirty seconds on what you did and why it was a bad decision as opposed to I know some people on a forty five minutes into the call okay I get it you're not happy with this all you're doing is wasting my time and raising your blood pressure high enough yeah I got two great stories my brother's father in law who's an older man they play golf he plays golf with these three other older guys but fifteen minutes they can talk about their ailments that was the I like yeah I like the world is really sort of Georgia but it's also there are some people who they see joy in your eyes on your in your smile they need to take that from you because that's the misery loves company why are you so happy I've actually had people say that. why are you in such a good mood but they say it like accusatory he's not talking to them about positive things they run away from you yeah I wanna get rid of somebody like that just try talking to them about deep things go a little deeper because those people shallow don't want to talk about the the model to the doctor's office you get time right I got a fun thing to this do you remember the great calmness George Frazier very well he had this thing called in you when they what was it two one day one day all right and he would name players who had it and politicians who had it and others who didn't and you couldn't explain why for example Willie Mays had it Ernie banks didn't have it I have a a woman on my street she's like a hairdresser in on no big job whatever she's got a charisma about or I don't know what it is yeah I don't I have no idea why she's a way it's kind of when I was out when I was hiring people you know they'd be a process to do and and government and finally you know for the final interview the person would walk through the door and yeah we we think this is a good fit for that position I would know within like ten seconds and and my thing was either their grey or they're in Technicolor the higher the technical of people and this is something to be said for showing up in person for the interview because the guy replies online who might be more qualified for those days are going to get their job it is always a little online yeah but but also but also to it's just how they carry themselves what this spirit is lying as opposed to your command there's an Italian expression mushi mushi you know you just the body language and everything else you don't want to be around those you know it's funny you say that because I got to tell you. Sunday mornings you know I go to the north yeah they're all like yeah yeah they're all old school yeah no but there was a miserable Moshi Moshi bill like about god they both of the. it's their way of like Hey it's not right when it starts are you know what no it's not really though because when a woman comes by with the baby they'll call on Friday but when they talk with each other they they **** yeah you know let him then plans to Bali yeah on both extremes it's dramatic you know several with the the the the pointing out a beautiful woman that is dramatic give the pointing out this guy look at him he's a he's a huge then that's really what comes down to is you have to be the type of person you want to attract into your life if you want good friends a good friend if you want to serve persons us of a certain type of character you need to be that's right one having I don't have to that's one thing I have them I'm a great friend that's my friends a great friend yeah that's because it's a value I grew up with his son yeah you wouldn't think of not being a great one hundred you know who personifies great friend and also charisma right there in that Christian Christian yeah he alleged out. Chris you could take your millennial about what. about what time sitting. no it's it's I think it's been it's been several names in my lifetime it was star quality it was that X. factor again it's that thing that you can't quite put your finger on but you know immediately if somebody has it or they don't have it well sometimes though with performers off this days they completely turn off and then on the stage you just can't take your eyes off but yes not just performers it it's it's people in regular walks of life there's just something about him they have that magnetism that they're the most gregarious person in the world at all because everybody wants to talk it all begins with your thoughts about themselves the world in their place in the world in other words when you look up from behind you as you see a hostile world receive from the world because what you focus on you find to get a warrant was showing a chill Malone. a lot of times when you find people that are miserable and all that they had really tough childhood yeah so they have they get a lot from that from their parents have never acknowledged them whatever so they have to do a little work well in the cells in the book it talks about that the ninety five percent they say ninety percent I see ninety five percent of your gray matter is malleable okay you can change you can reprogram it five percent you genetic make up you can't change you look like your father you know you talk to him sound like if you want I can stand like my fifth grade ninety five percent of what you can chill greatest lessons ritual the graces greatest lessons we learn the ones.

Joe Malone Moshi Moshi Chris Joan Joey. Malone. ninety five percent forty five minutes fifteen minutes ninety percent thirty seconds five percent ten seconds two one day one day
"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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04:31 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Backslash Japanese insects we won't read through everything but just to give you an idea and you know this explains so much in anime if you were a fan of inuyasha where they actually had a lot of the spirits of beings because of course into Yasha is the son of the dog you hi it was actually pretty interesting so they had some of these and like I don't know I get it. Japan is known as the land of everything Cole why eat these days even ugly things for me cute however there are some reasons why you would not want to do to Japan and these are this person's top ten list appearance heating Japanese insects that will give you a scare if you weren't expecting them the first one is the cicada cicada are very romanticized their music is inner this evening song their background noise in Japanese movie they refer to and famous works of literature before cicadas became obnoxious tree crickets they live underground as in them once they hit puberty and start arguing with their parents the birth their way out of the ground and find a nearby place to malt when they leave a nasty exoskeletons for children to collect groups of psychotic can produce sounds up to a hundred and twenty decibels that's louder than any Ozzy Osborne concerts a cat is are harmless but if the mistake you for a tree they can grip you with their spiky legs and be in an attempt to eat from you or lay their eggs in you overall they are pretty cool but they can definitely be freaky they also die in great numbers and when they die they fall from trees like secura blossoms in spring suffice to say dead giant insects falling on you is a momentary panic inducing situation in Florida I believe we also have these and they are very loud there was one day that I was sitting with mom she can't sing don't you hear that noise and I'm like the cicadas no it can't just be cicadas and we're looking all over the place there's this stranger walking down the street she's do you hear that noise is like the cicadas. just the excuse really astounded but I think this is right after I bought this house and it's right next door to her and it has two great because trees and these trees produce they really attract cicadas so Japan also has stink bugs which are going to sign him mommy mushi like fruit vampires these bugs vermilion sucking their fluids from any vegetation they can find their straw like appendages they usually don't bother humans but if you touch as little dude or intimidate him you'll end up covered in a nasty Salanter like odor the next one and I don't know of any your crisis here but they stink bug in particular but the decade mood she is a caterpillar it's beautiful it's yellow and red it's got these beautiful little spikes and apparently if you touch one it will feel like you stuck a paper clip into an electric socket they don't have an electrical powers but they do release chemicals and it's fairly painful they're called the electric bug in Japan cockroaches nope. that's like a big new on my list the image on this website to actually shows the cockroach balloons no no no no I like animals I don't wish cockroaches harm or ill but Florida's filled with them and we even have the special things called Ahmed who bugs that lie when I was a child and I was four years old and we lived in Mississippi I went to get a drink of water and it was dark and that my mother night when I was a child I was one who waits on she always with the lights off service kind of this battle and I thought I was going to actually go and get my water in the dark and make her happy that I didn't turn on any lights so I went to go drink some water that I got out of the faucet and across my face from the glass called a cockroach so ever since that time I have not really liked them so that the note they celebrate them yeah Japanese mountain leeches these are actually fairly interesting most of the time people run into these nasty creatures with bodies of water but they're also perfectly comfortable on land and I only just have a seemingly harmless inform like gate but when they really mean business they can come after you buy somersaulting at high speed and it's actually pretty cool to see even climb trees to drop down on unsuspecting victims and hide in your shoes these leeches are equipped with a sucker on one end and help them to get around and size of their.

Cole Japan Yasha twenty decibels four years one day
"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hear. I'll commercials that mysteriously disappeared paranormal pets is back with a haunting homes good. welcome back to normal that's fine. the start of this particular episode we're going to try and look at a few of the spider or insect your high that are out there I just as a reminder if you didn't listen to the prior episode in Japan supernatural beings back in a compass everything from an odd sensation to unexplained phenomena to animal spirits to urban legends to folklore to ghost stories I called you. spell it's this huge category one of my very favorite your chi is something like the plaster wall you hi it shows up as a wall with lakes and what it represents is the feeling that you get literally when you hit a wall if the exhaustion that you feel after a really long journey or you feel like you just can't take one more step that is a you hi so it's fascinating to see what they come up with for this episode there we are going to start off with the hot a centipede your hi I know this is what is kind of interesting this one is quite real hot a or we sought eight centipede all well let me start with the insects of Japan this was the initial site that I started looking at when I start looking into the centipedes and it's actually called turn horrifying insects that will keep you away from Japan this was written by I am Francisco and you can find it at W. W. W. tofu do T. O. F. U. G. U. dot com backslash Japan backslash Japanese insects we won't we threw everything but just to give you an idea and you know this explains so much in anime if you were a fan of inuyasha where they actually had a lot of the spirits of beings because of course into Yasha is the son of the dog you hi it was actually pretty interesting so they had some of these and like I don't know I get it. Japan is known as the land of everything Cole why eat these days even ugly things for me cute however there are some reasons why you would not want to do to Japan and these are this person's top ten list opinions heating Japanese insects that will give you a scare if you weren't expecting them the first one is the cicada cicada are very romanticized their music is in the evening song their background noise in Japanese movie they refer to and famous works of literature before cicadas became obnoxious tree crickets they live underground as in them once they hit puberty and start arguing with their parents the birth of their way out of the ground and find a nearby place to malt where they leave a nasty exoskeletons for children to collect groups of cicada can produce sounds up to a hundred and twenty decibels that's louder than any Ozzy Osborne concerts a cat is are harmless but if the mistake you for a tree they could group you with their spiky legs and be in an attempt to eat from you or lay their eggs in you overall they are pretty cool but they can definitely be freaky they also die in great numbers and when they die they fall from trees like secura blossoms in spring suffice to say dead giant insects falling on you is a momentary panic inducing situation in Florida I believe we also have these and they are very loud there was one day that I was sitting with mom she can't sing don't you hear that noise and I'm like the cicadas no it can't just be cicadas and we're looking all over the place there's this stranger walking down the street she's do you hear that noise is like the cicadas. just the issues really astounded but I think this is right after I bought this house and it's right next door to her and it has to be because of trees and these trees produce they really attract cicadas so Japan also has stink bugs which are going Q. side give me mommy mushi like fruit vampires these bugs vermilion sucking the fluids from any vegetation they can find their straw like appendages they usually don't bother humans but few touches little dude or intimidate him you'll end up covered in a nasty Salanter like odor the next one and I don't know of any your crisis here but they stink bug in particular but the decade mood she is a caterpillar it's beautiful it's yellow and red it's got these beautiful little spikes and apparently if you touch one it will feel like you stuck a paper clip into an electric socket they don't have an electrical powers but they do release chemicals and it's fairly painful they're called the electric bug in Japan cockroaches nope. that's like a big new on my list the image on this website actually shows the cockroach balloons no no no no I like animals I don't wish cockroaches harm or ill the floor is filled with them and we even have the special things called Ahmed who bugs that lie when I was a child and I was four years old and we lived in Mississippi I went to get a drink of water and it was dark and of my mother and I a when I was a child I was one who waits on she always with the lights off service kind of this battle and I thought I was going to actually go and get my water in the dark and make her happy that I didn't turn on any lights so I went to go drink some water that I got out of the faucet and across my face from the glass called a cockroach so ever since that time I have not really liked them so that the note they celebrate them yeah Japanese mountain leeches these are actually fairly interesting most of the time people run into these nasty creatures with bodies of water but they're also perfectly comfortable on land and I only just have a seemingly harmless informally gate but when they really mean business they can come after you buy somersaulting at high speed and it's actually pretty cool to see even climb trees to drop down on unsuspecting victims and hide in your shoes these leeches are equipped with a sucker on one end and help them to get around and size of their victims on the other and they have strong Charles lined with thousands of tiny teeth which they used to inject you with an anti coagulant and numbing compound so they can knowingly beat on your blood and choose to your clothing and yes they have a video new another type of which it lives in Japan is the giant carnivorous mountain leach these leeches also are comfortable about the water could easily be mistaken for snakes due to their large size and the way they slow there across the ground at high speeds in search of prey the good thing is these leeches don't suck blood like you might think instead the user huge draws to swallow warms whole how charming. and there is actually a video showing Japan also sees like general research forms and they actually caught one of these leeches eating an earthworm and I mean it was huge and very creepy the help centipede yeah I know it's called a is it a DG cagey looks downright prehistoric I didn't know any better I think it had been pressed into some horrible B. class site by movie locally however they are just how versatile guys unlike the evil has and the Japanese giant centipede which is what we are getting to for this episode they kind of look like slugs with long articulates legs in multiple aperture lakes nope nope Hornets well the good news is that these early this house centipedes do eat other things here's our giant centipede I don't usually find centipede scary except maybe the human centipede but this one deserves to be feared it is a symbol of evil in Japanese mythology and the mechanic brought to life thirty eight centimeters fifteen inches long it doesn't just look scary though it is poisonous to if they get this little choppers around you you'll be in a world of pain and probably have some pretty decent swelling it usually won't kill you but it gets a bad enough bite and you will be going straight to the doctor I don't recommend tempting one of these bad boys if you are trying to pull a Ferris Bueller in Japanese floor it is said that the macabre they must be burned to get rid of it so seriously this means you must burn it with fire by the way apparently you can eat them why not just barbecue them up he wants some spicy hot day and they actually show lord okay yeah Lucia them on a stick okay you're just going to move on it's gonna be tough episode. I mean I don't mind white spiders I mean if the fine but I don't like any of the so far I'm not too fond of them here's our spider the huntsman spider it's huge nope nope nope nope nope that was my first reaction to this PP Crawley if you can even call it that I feel more inclined to call it something for my worst nightmares picture of this guy ending up all over the internet and for good reasons it's terrifying more like a dark here a crowd the huntsman spider doesn't spin webs to catch its prey instead it uses its a lightning fast likes to chase down its beard beats it into the ground then rips it apart for its next meal and you I mentioned they get up to a foot wide I'm just saying in my cat wouldn't even eat this there's a video I'm going to skip the video the only good thing about the spiders that is not poisonous to humans so yes there is a jury spider it's beautiful very brightly colored it's a member of the golden silk or weaver genius if you couldn't tell by the crazy rainbow jacket the spider is poisonous getting bit by one is about the same as getting bit by a black window not deadly but not a kiss from Shirley Temple just look at the door gives me the E. B. G. B.'s I mean look at it you think the Golden part of its name comes from the golden body but it actually first of the spiders golden while it is dapper as it is horrifying people have even attempted to make high end clothing from the Golan threats. and they actually show a rather interesting image from Japanese war of the spiders apparently it eats birds. and then the last entry here just just so you're as far apart as I am before we even get to our normal pets the Japanese giant Hornet hide your kids hide your wife hide your husband because the system I bought she's in town and he's not happy wasps are generally considered to be pleasant but this thing is on a whole other level in Japanese the Japanese chine one is known as I don't think so looks like those used to may. which literally means the giants beryl beat we might as well call these things sparrows because they are that freakin big not only do these things huge but they were also spur you in the eyes with a flush melting poison if you catch them on a bad day and did I mention that this person is filled with firemen's that single the rest of the hype to hunt you down and to sting you into you can no longer move your lives there so brutal that they do a metal akel lips out not only are they a threat to humans but they treat other insects worse than Rebecca black after her release of Friday I don't get that they eat other insects babies are they re beehives to collect bee larva for their young while yeah there's a video. I can do it. yeah the live around many places in Japan even the outskirts of Tokyo and the claim as many as forty wives a year what all this explains so much about anime okay so I've given you some idea about the insects we're gonna take a look at some of the supernatural or at least concerning one of them right after these messages will be right..

Japan Yasha Francisco T. O. F. U. G. U. Cole Tokyo thirty eight centimeters twenty decibels fifteen inches four years one day
"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Did you hear commercials that mysteriously disappeared paranormal with brandy stark welcome back to your normal at the start of this particular episode we're going to try and look at a few of the spider or insect you hi that are out there I just as a reminder if you didn't listen to the prior episode in Japan supernatural beings beckoning compass everything from an odd sensation to unexplained phenomena to animal spirits to urban legends to folklore to ghost stories I called you spell it's this huge category one of my very favorite your chi is something like the plaster wall you hi it shows up as a wall with lakes and what it represents is the feeling that you get literally when you hit a wall the exhaustion that you feel after a really long journey or you feel like you just can't take one more step that is a you hi so it's fascinating to see what they come up with for this episode there we are going to start off with the holiday centipede your hi I know this is what is kind of interesting this one is quite real mood Kanye or we sought eight centipede all well let me start with the insects of Japan this was the initial site that I started looking at when I start looking into the centipedes and it's actually called turn horrifying insects that will keep you away from Japan this was written by I am Francisco and you can find it at W. W. W. tofu T. O. F. U. G. U. dot com backslash Japan backslash Japanese insects we won't we threw everything but just to give you an idea and you know this explains so much in anime if you were a fan of inuyasha where they actually had a lot of the spirits of beings because of course into Yasha is the son of the dog you hi it was actually pretty interesting so they had some of these and like I don't know I get it Japan is known as the land of everything Cole why eat these days even ugly things for me cute however there are some reasons why you would not want to do to Japan and these are this person's top ten list appearance peeing Japanese insects that will give you a scare if you weren't expecting them the first one is the cicada cicada are very romanticized their music is inner this evening song their background noise in Japanese movie they refer to and famous works of literature before cicadas became obnoxious tree crickets they live underground as in them once they hit puberty and start arguing with their parents the birth of their way out of the ground and find a nearby place to malt when they leave a nasty exoskeletons for children to collect groups of psychotic can produce sounds up to a hundred and twenty decibels that's louder than any Ozzy Osborne concerts a cat is are harmless but if the mistake you for a tree they could group you with their spiky legs and be in an attempt to eat from you or lay their eggs in you overall they are pretty cool but they can definitely be freaky they also die in great numbers and when they die they fall from trees like secura blossoms in spring suffice to say dead giant insects falling on you is a momentary panic inducing situation in Florida I believe we also have these and they are very loud there was one day that I was sitting with mom she can't sing don't you hear that noise and I'm like the cicadas no it can't just be cicadas and were looking all over the place there's this stranger walking down the street she's do you hear that noise is like the cicadas just the issues really astounded but I think this is right after I bought this house and it's right next door to her and it has to be because the trees and these trees produce they really attract cicadas so Japan also has sting parks which are going Q. side give me mommy mushi like fruit vampires these bugs vermilion sucking their fluids from any vegetation they can find their straw like appendages they usually don't bother humans but if you touch as little dude or intimidate him you'll end up covered in a nasty Salanter like odor the next one and I don't know of any your crisis here but they stink bug in particular but the decade mood she is a caterpillar it's beautiful it's yellow and red it's got these beautiful little spikes and apparently if you touch one it will feel like you stuck a paper clip into an electric socket they don't have an electrical powers but they do release chemicals and it's fairly painful they're called the electric bug in Japan cockroaches nope that's like a big new on my list the image on this website actually shows the cockroach balloons though no no no I like animals I don't wish cockroaches harm or ill before it is filled with them and we even have the special things called palmetto bugs that lie when I was a child and I was four years old and we lived in Mississippi I went to get a drink of water and it was dark and that my mother night when I was a child I was one who waits on she always with the lights off service kind of this battle and I thought I was going to actually go and get my water in the dark and make her happy that I didn't turn on any lights so I went to go drink some water that I got out of the faucet and across my face from the glass called a cockroach so ever since that time I have not really liked them so that the note they celebrate them yeah Japanese mountain leeches these are actually fairly interesting most of the time people run into these nasty creatures with bodies of water but they're also perfectly comfortable on land not only just have a seemingly harmless inform like gate but when they really mean business they can come after you buy somersaulting at high speed and it's actually pretty cool to see even climb trees to drop down on unsuspecting victims and hide in your shoes these leeches are equipped with a sucker on one end and help them to get around and size of their victims on the other and they have strong Charles lined with thousands of tiny teeth which they used to inject you with an anti coagulant and numbing compound so they can I'm knowingly beat on your blood and to to your clothing and yes they have a video new another type of bleach it lives in Japan is the giant carnivorous mountain leach these leeches also are comfortable about the water could easily be mistaken for snakes due to their large size and the way they slow there across the ground at high speeds in search of prey the good thing is these leeches don't suck blood like you might think instead the user huge draws to swallow warms whole how charming and there is actually a video showing Japan also sees like general research forms and they actually caught one of these leeches eating an earthworm and I mean it was huge and very creepy the help centipede yeah I know it's called a is it a DG cagey looks downright prehistoric if I didn't know any better I think it had been pressed into some horrible B. class site by movie locally however they are just how versatile guys unlike the evil has and the Japanese giant centipede which is what we are getting to for this episode they kind of look like slugs won't articulate legs multiple aperture lakes nope nope Hornets well the good news is that these early this house centipedes do eat other things here's our giant centipede I don't usually find centipede scary except maybe the human centipede but this one deserves to be feared it is a symbol of evil in Japanese mythology and the mechanic brought to life a thirty eight centimeters fifteen inches long it doesn't just looks scary though it is poisonous to if they get this little choppers around you you'll be in a world of pain and probably have some pretty decent swelling it usually won't kill you get a bad enough bite and you will be going straight to the doctor I don't recommend tempting one of these bad boys if you are trying to pull a Ferris Bueller in Japanese floor it is said that the macabre they must be burned to get rid of it so seriously this means you must burn it with fire by the way apparently you can eat them why not just barbecue them up he wants some spicy hot day and they actually show lord okay yeah Lucia them on a stick okay we're just going to move on it's gonna be tough episode I mean I don't mind white spiders I mean if the fine but I don't like any of the so far I'm not too fond of them here's our spider the huntsman spider it's huge nope nope nope nope nope that was my first reaction to this PP Crawley if you can even call it that I feel more inclined to call it something for my worst nightmares picture of this guy ending up all over the internet and for good reasons it's terrifying more like a dark here a crowd the huntsman spider doesn't spin webs to catch its prey instead it uses its a lightning fast likes to chase down its beard beats it into the ground then rips it apart for its next meal and you I mentioned they get up to a foot wide I'm just saying in my cat wouldn't even eat this there's a video I'm going to skip the video the only good thing about the spiders that is not poisonous to humans so yes there is a jury spider it's beautiful very brightly colored it's a member of the golden silk or weaver genius if you couldn't tell by the crazy rainbow jacket the spider is poisonous getting bit by one is about the same as getting bit by a Black Widow not deadly but not a kiss from Shirley Temple just look at the door gives me the E. B. G. B.'s I mean look at it you think the Golden part of its name comes from the golden body but it actually first the spiders golden while it is doctor as it is horrifying people have even attempted to make high end clothing from the Golan threats and they actually show a rather interesting image from Japanese war of the spiders apparently it eats birds and then the last entry here just just so you're as far apart as I am before we even get to our normal pets the Japanese giant Hornet hide your kids hide your wife hide your husband because the system I bought she's in town and he's not happy wasps are generally considered to be pleasant but this thing is on a whole other level in Japanese the Japanese giant Hornet is known as I don't think so looks like sue sue may which literally means the giants vero beach we might as well call these things sparrows because they are that freakin big not only do these things huge but they were also spur you in the eyes with a flush mounting poison if you catch them on a bad day and did I mention that this poison is filled with firemen's that single the rest of the hype to hunt you down and to sting you into you can no longer move your lives there so brutal that they do a metal akel lips out not only are they a threat to humans but they treat other insects worse than Rebecca black after her release of Friday I don't get that they eat other insects babies are they re be hives to collect bee larva for their young while yeah there's a video I can do it yeah the live around many places in Japan even the outskirts of Tokyo and the claim as many as forty wives a year what all this explains so much about anime okay so I've given you some idea about the insects we're gonna take a look at some of the supernatural or at least concerning one of them right after these messages we'll be right time for something really scary I would from our sponsors re appeared before you can say everything we tried failed except the dyna via standard run of the mill tests and treatments according to his to multiple crane in about politics for a full description one injection on the moon sharks and I cream no result was Nicholas the other owners didn't care enough about him to take care of them and to give them the nutrition he needed a nutritional supplement like kind of.

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"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To hear commercials that mysteriously disappeared normal pets is back with a haunting good welcome back to normal yes I am here this particular episode we're going to try and look at a few of the spider or insect you hi that are out there I just as a reminder if you didn't listen to the prior episode in Japan supernatural beings that can encompass everything from an odd sensation to unexplained phenomena to animal spirits to urban legends to folklore to ghost stories are called you cannot spell it's this huge category one of my very favorite your chi is something like the plaster wall you hi it shows up as a wall with lakes and what it represents is the feeling that you get literally when you hit a wall if the exhaustion that you feel after a really long journey or you feel like you just can't take one more step that is a you hi so it's fascinating to see what they come up with for this episode there we are going to start off with the holiday centipede your hi I know this is what is kind of interesting this one is quite real mood Kanye or we sought eight centipede all well let me start with the insects of Japan this was the initial site that I started looking at when I start looking into the centipedes and it's actually called turn horrifying insects that will keep you away from Japan this was written by I am Francisco and you can find it at W. W. W. tofu T. O. F. U. G. U. dot com backslash Japan backslash Japanese and sex we won't we threw everything but just to give you an idea and you know this explains so much in anime if you were a fan of inuyasha where they actually had a lot of the spirits of beings because of course into Yasha is the son of the dog you hi it was actually pretty interesting so they had some of these and like I don't know I get it Japan is known as the land of everything Cole why eat these days even ugly things for me cute however there are some reasons why you would not want to do to Japan and these are this person's top ten list of hands peeing Japanese insects that will give you a scare if you weren't expecting them the first one is the cicada cicada are very romanticized their music is in the evening song their background noise in Japanese movie there refer to and famous works of literature before cicadas became obnoxious tree crickets they live underground as in them once they hit puberty and start arguing with their parents the birth of their way out of the ground and find a nearby place to malt where they leave a nasty XO skeletons for children to collect groups of cicada can produce sounds up to a hundred and twenty decibels that's louder than any Ozzy Osborne concerts a cat is are harmless but if the mistake you for a tree they could group you with their spiky legs and be in an attempt to eat from you or lay their eggs in you overall they are pretty cool but they can definitely be freaky they also die in great numbers and when they die they fall from trees like secura blossoms in spring suffice to say dead giant insects falling on you is a momentary panic inducing situation in Florida I believe we also have these and they are very loud there was one day that I was sitting with mom she can't sing don't you hear that noise and I'm like the cicadas no it can't just be cicadas and we're looking all over the place there's this stranger walking down the street she's do you hear that noise is like the cicadas just the excuse really astounded but I think this is right after I bought this house and it's right next door to her and it has to be because the trees and these trees produce they really attract cicadas so Japan also has sting products which are agreeing creepy queue side give me mommy mushi like fruit vampires these bugs vermilion sucking their fluids from any vegetation they can find their straw like appendages they usually don't bother humans but few touches little dude or intimidate him you'll end up covered in a nasty Salanter like odor the next one and I don't know of any your crisis here but they stink bug in particular but the dank Kate mushi is a caterpillar it's beautiful it's yellow and red it's got these beautiful little spikes and apparently if you touch one it will feel like you stuck a paper clip into an electric socket they don't have an electrical powers but they do release chemicals and it's fairly painful they're called the electric bug in Japan cockroaches nope that's like a big new on my list the image on this website to actually shows the cockroach balloons no no no no I like animals I don't wish cockroaches harm or ill but Florida's filled with them and we even have the special things called palmetto bugs that night when I was a child and I was four years old and we lived in Mississippi I went to get a drink of water and it was dark and that my mother night when I was a child I was one who waits on she always with the lights off service kind of this battle and I thought I was going to actually go and get my water in the dark and make her happy that I didn't turn on any lights so I went to go drink some water that I got out of the faucet and across my face from the glass called a cockroach so ever since that time I have not really liked them so that the note they celebrate them yeah Japanese mountain leeches these are actually fairly interesting most of the time people run into these nasty creatures with bodies of water but they're also perfectly comfortable on land amount only just have a seemingly harmless inform like gate but when they really mean business they can come after you buy somersaulting at high speed and it's actually pretty cool to see even climb trees to drop down on unsuspecting victims and hide in your shoes these leeches are equipped with a sucker on one end and help them to get around and size of their victims on the other and they have strong Charles lined with thousands of tiny teeth which they used to inject you with an anti coagulant and numbing compound so they can I'm knowingly feed on your blood and to to your clothing and yes they have a video new another type of which it lives in Japan is the giant carnivorous mountain leach these leeches also are comfortable about the water could easily be mistaken for snakes due to their large size and the way they slither across the ground at high speeds in search of prey the good thing is these leeches don't suck blood like you might think instead they use our huge draws to swallow warms whole how charming and there is actually a video showing Japan also sees like John Norma's earthworms and they actually caught one of these leeches eating and earth warm and I mean it was huge and very creepy the house centipede yeah I know it's called a is it a gadget gauging looks downright prehistoric if I didn't know any better I think it had been pressed into some horrible B. class site by movie locally however they are just how muscle guys unlike the evil has and the Japanese giant centipede which is what we are getting to for this episode they kind of look like slugs with long articulates legs multiple groups lakes nope nope Hornets well the good news is that these early this house centipedes do eat other things here's our giant centipede I don't usually find centipede scary except maybe the human centipede but this one deserves to be feared it is a symbol of evil in Japanese mythology and the mechanic grow up to link up thirty eight centimeters fifteen inches long it doesn't just looks scary though it is poisonous to I think it's this little choppers around you you'll be in a world of pain and probably have some pretty decent swelling it usually won't kill you get a bad enough bite and you will be going straight to the doctor I don't recommend tempting one of these bad boys if you are trying to pull a Ferris Bueller in Japanese floor it is said that the macabre they must be burned to get rid of it so seriously this means you must burn it with fire by the way apparently you can eat them why not just barbecue them up he wants some spicy hot day and they actually show lord okay yeah Lucia monistat okay you're just going to move on it's gonna be tough episode I mean I don't mind white spiders I mean if the following but I don't like any of the so far I'm not really fond of them here's our spider the huntsman spider it's huge nope nope nope nope nope that was my first reaction to this PP Crawley if you can even call it that I feel more inclined to call it something for my worst nightmares picture of this guy ending up all over the internet and for good reasons it's terrifying more like a dark here a crowd the huntsman spider doesn't spin webs to catch its prey instead it uses its a lightning fast likes to chase down its beard beats it into the ground then rips it apart for its next meal and you I mentioned they get up to a foot wide I'm just saying in my cat wouldn't even eat this there's a video I'm going to skip the video the only good thing about the spiders that is not poisonous to humans so yes there is a jury spider it's beautiful very brightly colored it's a member of the golden soap or weaver genius if you couldn't tell by the crazy Rambo jacket the spider is poisonous getting bit by one is about the same as getting bit by a black window not deadly but not a kiss from Shirley Temple just look at the door gives me the E. B. G. B.'s I mean look at it you think the Golden part of its name comes from the golden body but it actually first the spiders golden while it is dapper as it is horrifying people have even attempted to make high end clothing from the Golan threats and they actually show a rather interesting image from old Japanese lore of the spiders apparently it eats birds and then the largest entry here just just so you're as far apart as I am before we even get to our normal pets the Japanese giant Hornet hide your kids hide your wife hide your husband because the system I bought cheese in town and he's not happy wasps are generally considered to be pleasant but this thing is on a whole other level in Japanese the Japanese chine one is known as I don't think so looks like sue sue may which literally means the giants vero beach we might as well call these things sparrows because they are that freakin big not only do these things huge but they were also spur you in the eyes with a flush melting poison if you catch them on a bad day and did I mention that this poison is filled with firemen's that single the rest of the hive to hunt you down and to sting you into you can no longer move your lives there so brutal that they do a metal akel lips out not only are they a threat to humans but they treat other insects worse than Rebecca black after her release of Friday I don't get that they eat other insects babies are they read be hives to collect bee larva for their young while yeah there's a video I can do it yeah the live around many places in Japan even the outskirts of Tokyo and the claim as many as forty wives a year what all this explains so much about anime okay so I've given you some idea about the insects we're gonna take a look at some of the supernatural or at least concerning one of them right after these messages we'll be right back.

Japan thirty eight centimeters twenty decibels fifteen inches four years one day
"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Did you hear commercials that mysteriously disappeared normal pets is back with a haunting good welcome back to your normal size the start of this particular episode we're going to try and look at a few of the spider or insect you hi that are out there I just as a reminder if you didn't listen to the prior episode in Japan supernatural beings beckoning compass everything from an odd sensation to unexplained phenomena to animal spirits to urban legends to folklore to ghost stories I called you spell it's this huge category one of my very favorite your chi is something like the plaster wall you hi it shows up as a wall with lakes and what it represents is the feeling that you get literally when you hit a wall if the exhaustion that you feel after a really long journey or you feel like you just can't take one more step that is a you hi so it's fascinating to see what they come up with for this episode there we are going to start off with the hot a centipede your hi I know this is what is kind of interesting this one is quite real mood Kanye or we sought eight centipede all well let me start with the insects of Japan this was the initial site that I started looking at when I start looking into the centipedes and it's actually called turn horrifying insects that will keep you away from Japan this was written by I am Francisco and you can find it at W. W. W. tofu T. O. F. U. G. U. dot com backslash Japan backslash Japanese and sex we won't we threw everything but just to give you an idea and you know this explains so much in anime if you were a fan of any Yasha where they actually had a lot of the spirits of beings because of course into Yasha is the son of the dog you hi it was actually pretty interesting so they had some of these and like I don't know I get it Japan is known as the land of everything Cole why eat these days even ugly things for me cute however there are some reasons why you would not want to do to Japan and these are this person's top ten list of hands heating Japanese insects that will give you a scare if you weren't expecting them the first one is the cicada cicada are very romanticized their music is in the evening song their background noise in Japanese movie they refer to and famous works of literature before cicadas became obnoxious tree crickets they live underground as in them once they hit puberty and start arguing with their parents the birth of their way out of the ground and find a nearby place to malt where they leave a nasty exoskeletons for children to collect groups of psychotic can produce sounds up to a hundred and twenty decibels that's louder than any Ozzy Osborne concerts a cat is are harmless but if the mistake you for a tree they can grip you with their spiky legs and be in an attempt to eat from you or lay their eggs in you overall they are pretty cool but they can definitely be freaky they also die in great numbers and when they die they fall from trees like secura blossoms in spring suffice to say dead giant insects falling on you is a momentary panic inducing situation in Florida I believe we also have these and they are very loud there was one day that I was sitting with mom she can't sing don't you hear that noise and I'm like the cicadas no it can't just be cicadas and we're looking all over the place there's this stranger walking down the street she's do you hear that noise is like the cicadas just the excuse really astounded but I think this is right after I bought this house and it's right next door to her and it has to be because the trees and these trees produce they really attract cicadas so Japan also has sting products which are going to side give me mommy mushi like fruit vampires these bugs vermilion sucking their fluids from any vegetation they can find their straw like appendages they usually don't bother humans but if you touch as little dude or intimidate him you'll end up covered in a nasty Salanter like odor the next one and I don't know of any your crisis here but they stink bug in particular but the dank Kate mushi is a caterpillar it's beautiful it's yellow and red it's got these beautiful little spikes and apparently if you touch one it will feel like you stuck a paper clip into an electric socket they don't have an electrical powers but they do release chemicals and it's fairly painful they're called the electric bug in Japan cockroaches nope that's like a big new on my list the image on this website actually shows the cockroach balloons meadow no no no I like animals I don't wish cockroaches harm or ill the Florida is filled with them and we even have the special things called palmetto bugs that lie when I was a child and I was four years old and we lived in Mississippi I went to get a drink of water and it was dark and that my mother night when I was a child I was one who waits on she always with the lights off service kind of this battle and I thought I was going to actually go and get my water in the dark and make her happy that I didn't turn on any lights so I went to go drink some water that I got out of the faucet and across my face from the glass called a cockroach so ever since that time I have not really liked them so that the note they celebrate them yeah Japanese mountain leeches these are actually fairly interesting most of the time people run into these nasty creatures with bodies of water but they're also perfectly comfortable on land only just have a seemingly harmless inform like gate but when they really mean business they can come after you buy somersaulting at high speed and it's actually pretty cool to see even climb trees to drop down on unsuspecting victims and hide in your shoes these leeches are equipped with a sucker on one end and help them to get around and size of their victims on the other and they have strong Charles lined with thousands of tiny teeth which they used to inject you with an anti coagulant and numbing compound so they can I'm knowingly beat on your blood and to to your clothing and yes they have a video new another type of which it lives in Japan is the giant carnivorous mountain leach these leeches also are comfortable about the water could easily be mistaken for snakes due to their large size and the way they slow there across the ground at high speeds in search of prey the good thing is these leeches don't suck blood like you might think instead the user huge draws to swallow warms whole how charming and there is actually a video showing Japan also sees like John rumors earthworms and they actually caught one of these leeches eating an earthworm and I mean it was huge and very creepy the help centipede yeah I know it's called a is it a did you get a G. looks downright prehistoric if I didn't know any better I think it had been thrust into some horrible B. class site by movie locally however they are just how versatile guys unlike the evil has and the Japanese giant centipede which is what we are getting to for this episode they kind of look like slugs with long articulates legs multiple aperture lakes nope nope Hornets well the good news is that these early this house centipedes do eat other things here's our giant centipede I don't usually find centipede scary except maybe the human centipede but this one deserves to be feared it is a symbol of evil in Japanese mythology and the mechanic brought to link up thirty eight centimeters fifteen inches long it doesn't look scary though it is poisonous to I think it's this little choppers around you you'll be in a world of pain and probably have some pretty decent swelling it usually won't kill you get a bad enough bite and you will be going straight to the doctor I don't recommend tempting one of these bad boys if you are trying to pull a Ferris Bueller in Japanese floor it is said that the macabre they must be burned to get rid of it so seriously this means you must burn it with fire by the way apparently you can eat them why not just barbecue them up he wants some spicy hot day and they actually show lord okay yeah Lucia them on a stick okay we're just gonna move on it's gonna be tough episode I mean I don't mind white spiders I mean if the fine but I don't like any of the so far I'm not too fond of them here's our spider the huntsman spider it's huge nope nope nope nope nope that was my first reaction to this PP Crawley if you can even call it that I feel more inclined to call it something for my worst nightmares picture of this guy ending up all over the internet and for good reasons it's terrifying more like a dark here a crowd the huntsman spider doesn't spin webs to catch its prey instead it uses its a lightning fast likes to chase down its beard meets it into the ground then rips it apart for its next meal and you I mentioned they get up to a foot wide I'm just saying in my cat wouldn't even eat this there's a video I'm going to skip the video the only good thing about the spiders that is not poisonous to humans so yes there is a jury spider it's beautiful very brightly colored it's a member of the golden silk or weaver genius if you couldn't tell by the crazy rainbow jacket the spider is poisonous getting bit by one is about the same as getting bit by a black window not deadly but not a kiss from Shirley Temple just look at the door gives me the E. B. G. B.'s I mean look at it you think the Golden part of its name comes from the golden body but it actually first the spiders golden while it is doctor as it is horrifying people have even attempted to make high end clothing from the Golan grads and they actually show a rather interesting image from old Japanese war of the spiders apparently it eats birds and then the longest entry here just just so you're as horrified as I am before we even get to our normal pets the Japanese giant Hornet hide your kids hide your wife hide your husband because the system I bought she's in town and he's not happy wasps are generally considered to be pleasant but this thing is on a whole other level in Japanese the Japanese chine one is known as I don't think so looks like those used to may which literally means the giants beryl beat we might as well call these things sparrows because they are that freakin big not only do these things huge but they were also spur you in the eyes with a flush mounting poison if you catch them on a bad day and did I mention that this person is filled with firemen's that single the rest of the hype to hunt you down and to sting you into you can no longer move your lives there so brutal that they do a metal akel lips out not only are they a threat to humans but they treat other insects worse than Rebecca black after her release of Friday I don't get that they eat other insects babies are they re beehives to collect bee larva for their young while yeah there's a video I can do it yeah the live around many places in Japan even the outskirts of Tokyo and the claim as many as forty wives a year what all this explains so much about anime okay so I've given you some idea about the insects we're gonna take a look at some of the supernatural or at least concerning one of them right after these messages we'll be right now it's time for something I would from our sponsors re appeared before you can say everything we tried.

Japan thirty eight centimeters twenty decibels fifteen inches four years one day
"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"mushi" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Yamcha is thanks the son nope of the dog you Hornets hi it was actually pretty well interesting the good news so is that these they early had this some house of these centipedes and like do I don't eat know I other get things it here's our giant Japan is centipede known as the land of everything I don't usually Cole find why centipede eat scary these days except maybe even the human ugly centipede things for but me this one cute deserves to be feared however it is a symbol of evil there are in some Japanese reasons mythology why you would not want and to do the mechanic to Japan brought to life and a these thirty are eight centimeters this person's fifteen top ten list inches long appearance it doesn't heating look scary Japanese though it insects is poisonous to that will give you I a think scare it's this if little you weren't choppers expecting around them you you'll the be first in a world one is of pain the cicada and probably have some cicada pretty decent swelling are very romanticized it usually won't kill their music you is in get the a bad evening enough bite song and you will be going straight their background to the doctor noise I don't recommend in Japanese tempting movie one of these bad boys they refer if you are to trying and to famous pull a works Ferris of literature Bueller in Japanese before floor it cicadas is said that became the macabre obnoxious they must tree be burned crickets to they get live rid underground of it as in so them seriously once this means you they must hit burn puberty it with and fire start arguing by the with way their parents apparently the you birth can eat of their them way out of why the ground not just and barbecue find a nearby them up place to he malt wants some spicy where they leave hot a nasty day exoskeletons and they actually for children show to collect lord groups of cicada okay can produce yeah sounds Lucia up monistat to a hundred and twenty decibels okay that's louder we're just than gonna move any on Ozzy Osborne it's gonna be tough concerts episode account is are harmless I but mean if the I mistake don't mind you for a tree white they could spiders group you with I their mean spiky if the fine legs and but be I in don't an attempt like any to of eat the from so you far or lay I'm their not eggs in too fond you of them overall they here's are pretty our spider cool but they the can huntsman definitely spider be freaky it's huge they also die nope in great nope numbers nope nope nope and when they that die was my they first fall reaction from trees to this PP like Crawley secura if you blossoms can even call in it that spring I feel more suffice inclined to to call say it something dead for my giant worst insects nightmares falling picture on you of is this a momentary guy ending up panic all over inducing the internet situation and for good reasons in Florida it's I believe terrifying we also have more these like a dark and they are here very a crowd loud the there huntsman was one spider day that I was doesn't sitting spin webs with to catch mom its she prey can't sing instead don't you hear it that uses noise its a lightning and I'm like fast the cicadas likes to chase down no its beard it can't just beats be cicadas it into and were the ground looking all over then the rips place it apart there's this stranger for its next walking meal down the street and you I she's mentioned do you they hear get that up noise to a foot is wide like the cicadas I'm just saying in my cat wouldn't even eat just this the issues there's really a video astounded I'm but going to skip the I video think this is right the only after good thing I about bought the spiders this that house is not poisonous and it's to humans right next door to her so and yes it has to be because there is the trees a and jury these trees spider produce it's beautiful they really attract very brightly cicadas colored so it's a member Japan of the golden also silk has or sting weaver products genius if which you couldn't are a green tell creepy by the crazy Rambo queue side jacket give me the mommy spider mushi is poisonous like getting fruit bit vampires by one is about these the bugs same as vermilion getting bit by a sucking black window their not fluids deadly from any but vegetation not a kiss from they Shirley can find Temple their straw just look like at the door appendages gives me the they jeebies usually don't I mean bother humans look but at few touches it you think little the dude Golden or part intimidate of its name comes him from the you'll golden end body up covered but it actually in a nasty first the spiders Salanter golden like while odor it is the doctor next one as it is horrifying and I don't people know of any of even attempted your crisis to make high here end but clothing they stink from bug the in Golan particular threats but the decade mood and she they actually is show a a rather interesting caterpillar image it's beautiful from old Japanese it's yellow war and red of the it's spiders got these beautiful little spikes apparently and it apparently eats birds if you touch one it will feel and like then the you largest stuck a paper clip entry into here an electric just socket just so you're as far they apart don't as have I an electrical am before powers we even get to but our they do normal release pets chemicals the and Japanese it's fairly giant painful Hornet they're called hide the electric your kids bug hide your wife in Japan hide your husband cockroaches because the system nope I bought she's in town and he's not happy wasps are generally considered to be pleasant good this thing is on a whole other level in Japanese the Japanese chime horn is known as I don't think so looks like sue sue may which literally means the giants beryl beat we might as well call these things sparrows because they are that freakin big not only do these things huge but they were also spur you in the eyes with a flush melting poison if you catch them on a bad day and did I mention that this poison is filled with firemen's that single the rest of the hype to hunt you down and to sting you into you can no longer move your lives there so brutal that they do a metal akel lips out not only are they a threat to humans but they treat other insects worse than Rebecca black after her release of Friday I don't get that they eat other insects babies are they re beehives to collect bee larva for their young while yeah there's a video I can do it yeah the live around many places in Japan even the outskirts of Tokyo and the claim as many as forty wives a year what all this explains so much about anime okay so I've given you some idea about the insects we're gonna take a look at some of the supernatural or at least concerning one of them right after these messages we'll be right.

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