21 Burst results for "Nagoya."

"nagoya." Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"nagoya." Discussed on VelociPodcast

"You can say something is very high on the ob. Ps and be very satisfied with the fact that you and whoever you're speaking to understand that and the person you're talking about will not. They will be excluded which is also a form of bs From the study but success had an existential crisis. And every time i brought this up people go like midlife. I think i've actually had by midlife crisis. Already i think i'm okay with my age in The inevitability of death. But i think that actually does play into this where i've accepted that. I'm gonna die in not that fussed about it. But i got kids. So nineteen seventy. There was an environmental report written. Just talking about the environmental impact of humanity and it was revisited this year. Twenty twenty twenty twenty one wildfires. We have the typhoons and hurricanes. We have anomalies we have re Ice polar caps melting we have Water levels rising all this kind of stuff. The nineteen seventy report is eerily accurate as to what those effects we're going to be and so it is saying all it predicted all the stuff that's happening right now accurately and that's the scary part so they knew this was coming. Scientists just did like a model like this will happen. This will happen. This will happen. This will happen thing that got me is in the report. It said in twenty forty if things do not chain by things not change before twenty forty. That is when we will have societal collapse so basically society as we know it will no longer exist and then i started thinking about like i twenty forty twenty years from now. I'm going to be seventy seventy something. I i'm pretty much done anyways. I'm not that worried about it because no one's gonna care about me and i won't be having an impact on the world anymore. I don't believe although the mayor of nagoya who bit that ladies Gold medal and got in trouble and had to pay one point five million yen. He's seventy two so. I guess i could still be having an impact. I don't think it'll be the mayor of nagoya. I wouldn't want to be the maryland. Nagoya and i mean though is if my life ended at that point it would not be a big deal but my kids would be in their prime. And that's when i started like i literally lost sleep over.

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"nagoya." Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

04:44 min | 4 months ago

"nagoya." Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"The human world is pretty great. No it's a spill kabukicho. It's a really. It's a really interesting concept especially for children in for like a miyazaki film because this is one of the first miyazaki films where i think you really starts to blend a real world setting into fantasy setting. It's one of the reasons why when corporate asked dispirit count. I actually said it does because it does start off in a very real like the place that they are in the beginning film exists. It's just north of nagoya In fact like that amusement park is a real place There is an abandoned amusement park and resort like there are places like that in japan Like during his well. This is a fantasy film. There is a lot of real world connotation like. There's a i think. I think biscuit and i were talking about this in our gamma revenge of irish episode. Where something that we as american viewers need remember his. There's a lot of mystical history in these cultures that we do not technically have Hence don't fuck with rocks. Just don't do it you fuck with a rock. The ghosts are gonna come like. That's how do but it's just one of those things where it's like biscuit How do you like the concept of life. the real world going into the fantasy world I think it's great. I remember which What movie we were talking about but I think i mentioned that. I struggle Getting into really high fantasy types of stories that just start off like here's a strange mythical place with mystical people in all his magic and stuff. But i think that these are some of my favorite movies where you've got the real world in a fantasy world in this kind of this blending of them because i think it's at least for me like a little more approachable it helps ease me into Whatever the a fantasy setting is..

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"nagoya." Discussed on Die Werbebande

Die Werbebande

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Die Werbebande

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"nagoya." Discussed on Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"

Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"

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"nagoya." Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

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"nagoya." Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"Important basic. i'm. I'm in a different soda by six bike. Success by six five weeks ago it's five. Am on sunshine with the dog. And i'm very very worried about the new book. We just going very well. What if it doesn't sell what of now on likes right a minute principles here. You focused on process not outcome business. You on the process and the outcome will come. I said i'm strike back home. Started to work out all the on. The today is a book the slide age. That's another one. I'll just do that. I'll just five minutes more that fi bins. Moore's the difference jeans amazing once you start to do five minutes more becomes ten minutes more nagoya chief the most amazing things so i called basic principles that sounds so entrepreneurial but what does know about having a job. I pull family. My father always said dowd. Expect to get five coming from a poor family. It'll be like the judges doctors and these wealthy paper on the other side of town but he said just be an honest hard worker but the but this big depression mike come again and you wanna have saif secure job so i joined the bank of new south wiles because that was australia's oldest company. I figured that was going to be safe. And when into the bank my whole goal was to become a bank accountant which was number. Two of a branch knows is after about six months quickly became to become a bank manager. As i wasn't as dumb as i thought that was that was rushed. Still going i think having a job is no longer say things you can lose it anytime. But the ability to create value and exchange that value for money is safer than any degree certificate. I have and i have two master's degrees enough about me..

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"nagoya." Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"They learned that. I have to be a really bad at ten at a time to be attended to so it's like we learn certain behaviors and may have those behaviors of adaptive in our origin family. So fascinating so. It's it's becoming aware of your scheme us and then how to manage it away right. It's like there's there's a voice and it it in that voice as soon as you get triggered everything that voice says to you pushes you to do an older behavior and every feeling not shows up. If you don't want to have the feeling it will push him to do an behavior if you're willing to notice where that feeling is in your body to love that you know to kind of treat it like a crying baby. Each schema is a crying baby. It we go. All here's gil makes sense. I feel guilty and it feels really bad and now my mind is gone. You're not gonna feel guilty if you just agree to give them your car just giving your car. You're a bad person. You're selfish right in. Just go and make sense that. I feel this feeling in my stomach and i feel this tightness in my throat. And there's this ruled feeling an experience of this. Y'all and and and and fear not being good enough and then the more that you willing to go i could have those and so can it makes sense. I feel this way. Where's this in my body and even take your hand and put it exactly unwary feeless feeling the most intensely new rub it. It's just like a crying baby. Nagoya here you when you're able to relate to a differently and you're not trying to push that experience away then you have all of these options. Do i wanna stay. Maybe maybe i want to say yes. But i wanna see us tomorrow or maybe i want to or maybe i want to say i'll do. I'll say yes if you do this. All of these options. Open up these behavioral actions when we're able to stay with the experience and when so i help people see with the experience but we also identify what are your values because our values are a compass our values tell us about what we want to be about so five values around being compassionate being assertive being fair. It a clear that i am about the the stories and where they pull me versus the values the more able to stay with this uncomfortable. Feeling the moral. Be able to choose the behaviors that move towards values rather than choose the behavior that might give me an immediate relief but lead to long term pain right because it's almost like an addiction..

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Tokyo Stock Exchange Glitch Brings Trading to a Halt

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Tokyo Stock Exchange Glitch Brings Trading to a Halt

"The operator of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, says Ah, hardware glitch forced stock trading to come to a halt today, NPR's Anthony Koon reports from soul that it is the worst such failure since computerized trading started on the Tokyo Boars in 1999. The Japan Exchange Group said that equipment that sends out stock prices another trading data failed and backup systems failed to take over. They added that there was no indication of a cyber attack. Regional exchanges in Sapporo, Nagoya and Fukuoka, which used the Tokyo boards were also forced to halt trading the country's second largest exchange in Osaka, which does not use Tokyo system continued trading. Tokyo Exchange is the world's third largest by capitalization in some 3700 companies are listed on the operators say they're aiming to resume trading on Friday.

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"nagoya." Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"nagoya." Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"We have a lot of tools to get guys to to throw harder and have better stuff. Ninety five was never gonNA come out of me as a player I don't care what you did. I just wasn't explosive enough. So if I want to keep playing I, WANNA keep helping my team I gotta maybe go the command route. You know a guy who's maybe a little bit spring ear he's got a longer lever is he's got some Maybe a little bit more juice in the tank he can look himself in the mirror and say, well, I have a chance to be an outlier. I got kind of go down that road and that's you know that's why coaching each guys really individual. It's fun to watch guys like andrex pitch as someone who's not in the batter's box or if he's on my team because you just watch the frustration that it creates and it seems like he shouldn't be that good. But now he's he's better than good. He is unbelievably good player and pitcher and he's just. Using everything. He has to make it. So uncomfortable for you as a hitter that it's fun to watch, and it's also fun to watch guys a throw heart emphasis on throwing hard is more than emphasis on command because you get more opportunities with more raw talent. Let's stop. Stuff than you would, if you were a a master craftsman with your with your pitches, your pissed election, but it's I find it much more fun to watch a guy that could just pitches pitch circles around hitters as opposed to a guy maybe just throw a hundred and those guys get hit around they can't commanded the secondary stuff. So it's fun to watch guy like earlier. Hendrix. Just. Roll through a game, not to mention the speed at which a pitch, which is also very nice as a position. Guy. Well. The problem is for sure and Nagoya but is that when you either are on a delay my bed? Yeah there is a little bit of a delay. The. Problem I think with a lot of younger players is they think that humping up they ninety ninety two and they want to reach back and throw ninety three. It's not a meaningful difference you know and and they're better off just like relaxing and throwing ninety one on the on the black if they can rather than reaching back from ninety three then goes over the middle of a plate and that's where it always ends up going when you try to overthrow and that's not a meaningful difference and this is in with guys trailing for velocity. Oh. I WANNA I'm on the road to ninety five, which is like the most tired thing some slicks tired thing but. You, know it's like all right. Well, how hard do you need to throw and if you can't jump it an entire bracket of velocity, there's no point in spend your entire offseason trying to go from ninety to ninety four going from nine hundred and ninety four will not change you as a pitcher it like you'll get away with another couple pitches per game, but you can't pitch differently. If you go from ninety two to ninety, seven shore now, you can pitch completely different. But. Guys don't make that jump wants her that old not really like once in a while, guys will go two miles per hour and then they think they can pitch different and now they're completely obsessed with how it goes and now the throwing Junkie Ninety four center cut instead of ninety two that's well located because like as you said, is what I want to get into is that that intention to throw strikes? I really want the ball to go where I needed to go. To you. Do you think you seem more like velocity jump out of guys that are starters that can just jump in the bullpen and blood out for an ending as opposed to guy who? Works at trying to throw harder, trying to get that racket make accents like the guy who's ninety ninety, two starter. But has never had the opportunity to warm up and and blow it out for fifteen pitches as. As a relief guy was might be ninety, five, ninety, six, what. Do you do you think? You've gotta Bet. You have a better opportunity is a guy who star who's got. You know middle of the road velocity at the pro level to make that jump the next bracket if he becomes a reliever or feel or if he is to be a are tries to do more arm arm care blasi stuff I dunno Liam. And, you have any a backdrop Baxter I think he can definitely turn up the intent and the like the tempo and guys deliveries. And you you will get them to throw harder a lot of the time. I would say sometimes guys they. Get to a point where they're they're moving. So fast can't still move efficiently. You know they don't get the same kind of return on investment there. You can definitely turn them up and have them throw a little bit harder. I would say in my coaching experience more times than not the question is. To me, how do we get the most out? Like you know we we play three-game series individual when like everybody else and if our game one starter throws ninety five pitches and gets eleven outs that's a trainwreck like that's that has a domino effect for our entire team really negative you know and. I would say and I'm going to speak in generalities and I know that command and velocity or not opposition I'll do not wanNA. Talk about him that way. But I would say generally speaking a delivery that's really high effort it can be harder to regulate the delivery that's that's much lower effort I believe this is a little odd personally I don't mind getting into that right But. Yeah I mean I. I think I think it's a little bit more complicated than Phelan Command being oppositional I. Think I, think it. You know you only have so much intention to spend and spend all the attention on trying to throw hard then yes it will impact your command because you can't double your intentions but the. The thing for me is like at the end of the day, like if if you WanNa be valuable, you have to clock out like you just have to. You have to be a guy that can that can roll through like the. Is Not to say relievers aren't valuable but to me, they're in a they're in a different category than a guy that can turn a lineup over like a guy that can turn on up over two three times. Our level is an absolute piece of gold and a guy that can come and get you three outs really helps, but it's not the same. To me. If if I'm coaching a guy, it's like, Hey, look we can. We can read law on your delivery and you might bump on ninety five and that will be really cool but you can kinda pitch at that maybe ninety to ninety five percent effort level instead of hitting the pedal on the floor every single time, and you can get a ton of outs for us by. Being firm enough to put pressure on the hitter but also manipulating with secondary and location like that's an easy call for me in terms of value to our team in in what that guy's going to accomplish in his career. Well there's a there's a it's a part of like a scouts. Notes to a Guy Max effort and what he does or is it an easy? Ninety Ninety two or if he's a Max effort ninety, two life giving everything he's got maybe he's got good command like that. Maybe his command is okay but guy, that's easy it's like. It from project standpoint at think scouts look at that and like okay, there might be some more in there. Like we can. We can work with this command because he's not Max efforts. So it maybe it's just something like he's cutting self off news more mechanical.

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"nagoya." Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"nagoya." Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

Red Blonde Fox

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

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"nagoya." Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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The Toyota Automobile Museum of Japan

CarStuff

06:01 min | 2 years ago

The Toyota Automobile Museum of Japan

"Talking about a museum That is in Japan. It's it's the Toyota Automobile Museum right. Yes that's right Scott earlier. This year I went to Japan for the first time my Girlfriend Brandy and I went there and a lot of people when they go to Japan they fly into the Tokyo airport. Tokyo Joe is of course the most populous city Japan ethnic. It's unfair to even call it a city. It's like twenty three different cities awards all smashed together not airports very very crowded so we were able to fly instead of to Tokyo. We flew to a town called Nagoya. which might not be as has familiar to a lot of people? It's a smaller area. It's more industrial. It is also famously a Toyota town. How and we had planned to land in Japan at the Nagoya Airport and spend a few days Nagoya And then sort of ease our way into Tokyo via the Shinkansen which have finally road very cool. Yeah which we've talked about for years man and while we we're in Nagoya which has a ton of history a learned of the going toward their. I learned of the Automotive Museum. And you know how it is when you travel with your significant other. It's it's a negotiation very much of the mind that most relationships chips are kind of like the Cold War. You know I mean sure and So so we had our list of things that you know we're like bins ends definite must do it's you know trade off and we figure out We just prioritize the stuff that we individually wanted to do and what we wanted to like. Go and my priority wordy My number one priority was to check out this museum and I didn't know I was getting into. I didn't really want to spoil it because because it was a little bit of a gamble you know what I mean is a little bit out of the way for us and I definitely. We did not want to have to spend the rest of the trip thinking that I was the one who took us to a stinker museum. Yeah I could see that happening where it eats up most is your day right and then you blame like well. How often are we going to be in Japan? Oh God our worst you get the list of things we could have been doing a situation and so I wanted to avoid that but when I got there I was amazed. It's lake nine bucks a person first off and it has hundreds of cars like over one hundred sixty. And they're not all. They're not all toyotas that. That's the most astonishing thing they are from all these different eras. There's a replica of steam Steam driven car and they're really really more so interested trysted in instead of studying the rise of Toyota. Don't get me wrong. Guys is a very Toyota Heavy Museum. Sure They are studying being the rise of the automobile in general and the rise of the automobile in Japan the exhibits. Can you guys have had a chance to look at. These are much much older. I mean this is a billion with history. This is building was some truly priceless automobiles in there. Are you know I got a little bit confused when I was looking at this up so I hope I'm looking at the right one here Ben because I know there's a commemorative museum yeah There's also in the same area Toyota. It's got the Toyotas label on it. However however that one is more skewed to focus on the industrial revolution and the idea of the power loom? And I think there's some you know old machinery in that building. It's the old factory Vaccari where they would produce textiles thing and they've got a small car collection in that building but it's nothing like the collection that you saw right. Yeah the Toyota Auto Auto Museum And again I still can't believe it's like nine bucks a pop. They're not paying me. Just say that it's just it's crazy super steep and through expensive and it's it's it's dedicated entirely to the automobile. You know they have even have. Maybe it's not so much. The automobile definitely heavier on that. I do remember there was a rickshaw one of the exhibits To me it almost seems without having been there but seeing the list of cars Sir can you can look at the exhibits online. You can go to their website and signed that. Yeah it looks like they're maybe maybe read this somewhere but it seems like they're focused. On like the style of the cars cars and the advancements that have been made along the way and like kind of like these milestones to say. Hey look what we were doing in the early nineteen hundreds. And here's what we did between nineteen twenty and nineteen thirty and and not and not just we Toyota. But we could so it wasn't around until what nineteen thirty seven I believe as the very first You know the founding of Toyota but the Erez before that and after that they're focusing on a automotive as you said automotive industry as a whole and the advancements that have been made aided to how we got from where we started to where we are now and I find that pretty fast into to build a collection in that way you know these significant makes and models for some the reason you know style or technology also shout out to our old Toyota episode where we explore the origin story of the company Yeah the way that the cars are displayed when their position next. Toyotas are even in the same building. As Toyota's it kind of tells you the story of why Toyota designed designed certain cars a certain way when you see cars from America like say from the late fifties like a big cadillac. See a European compact it car and then you see the Toyota the same time period. All the other cars are there to kind of tell Toyota's story in a

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"nagoya." Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"nagoya." Discussed on KGO 810

"About it yeah well I wonder how much they've gotten gotten Albert doesn't say but I'm wondering how much you know the younger generation is really that skyrocket when how much that contributes to that yeah that could be that's not a yeah that's not a specific millennial thing that's kind of a is that a Jan exor thing a report tell you know they're they're a whole bunch of projections here the bottom line is Albert you know you may only have hours to live so well when he's not drinking yeah I love you but I I feel that you know I'm here for you and I I hope that you live a long successful it doesn't mean that every millennial is going to you know it just means that in general there are a lot of things pointing toward very negative things as as it applies the millennial generation no alcohol would be nice they point to that is helping that's a lost cause review right Albert has like more elaborate drinking games than anybody I know you go to these parties Nagoya you really have a we have a thing and then at the end of we all drank I think the last birthday party he went to was for a dog that's right here in that yeah I was a it was really fun gosh anyway good luck pal you've got to as I say we don't know how long you've got to live but that only makes our time more cherish the time we've got all right we like to feature news about the planet from time to time and it's in a segment called it's our planet's new but planet some call me nature we are living breathing planet capable of sustaining whatever life forms we see fit to deposit on and judging by the pollution content of the atmosphere I believe we have arrived is the plan no no no it's a planet stupid the world's biggest mountain glacier is finally melting and there's only one thing to blame for that.

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What the World's Longest-Lived People Eat

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

09:16 min | 2 years ago

What the World's Longest-Lived People Eat

"This many episode Dr Hyman Sits Down with National Geographic Fellow and author of the Blue Zones. Dan Buettner blue zones is a term Dan. Dan coined to designate the geographic regions were high. Percentages of centenarians are enjoying remarkably long and full lives. Let's listen in as Dan shares the commonalities season. Diet as well as lifestyle among the longest lived populations in the world in two thousand. My team came across an interesting fact the World Health Organization named Okinawa's the place in the world with the longest disability free life expectancy and so they have we want they live a longtime managed to elude most chronic disease and die fairly quickly. We we call that the rectangle survival curve. You don't die long painful so you you. You live along time healthy well in boom. You're dead. Yes that's kind of what you WanNa do and really that was kind of the founding of blue zones in two thousand and that that expedition expedition was hugely successful and I had the idea that if there are there's a blue zone area and area where people live a long time in Asia there must be other areas in Europe and Latin American United States. I got funding from the National Institutes on aging to hire demographers to to do the science of population defined statistically longest lived and then recruited a team of experts to help me distill that sorta common denominators the the the bigger high in these blue zones areas around the world is that longevity was not something that was pursued. It's it's something that ensued from the right environment so the healthiest foods beans and Greens and nuts and tubers huber's and grains are they're the cheapest and most accessible curiously no matter where you go and you see people living along time doing the same nine things and they they're clustered in four more areas number one. They're moving naturally as opposed to exercise so nudge into movement. They tend to have a sense of purpose. They can identify the articulate that sense of purpose purpose. They're downshifting. There's things sacred daily rituals downshift them so stopping and being as opposed to doing yes but it's it's less less conscience and Moore wrote for example. Okinawan women are Okinawa older will can owns will always stop what they're doing before they eat. They'll say three words Hachi BU which reminds them to stop eating when their stomachs are eighty percent full adventists were the longest the Americans they all say a prayer so the punctuation between the busy busy life and their food so they're slowdown in each slower. Costa Rica can cut you. They take a nap sir. They do happy hour hour nap. I don't know what everybody does it. So it's not like you're the outlier by you know having having a couple glasses of wine after work or taking a nap at three in the afternoon so and then when it comes to what to what they eat their ninety five to one hundred percent of their dietary intake comes from plants the pillars of all longevity diets in the world. I mentioned before Greens grains whole grains nuts beans and tubers so no matter where you go those five things making daily diet eat meat about five times a month the fish maybe two times a week unless you'd think commodities commuter coastal communities right. They look coastal okay so they're Sardinia Italy it cut he agrees Okinawa Japan the Nagoya Peninsula of Costa Rica and ill Loma Linda three of those Pfizer kind of island. One is peninsula but the blue zone areas are always inland. They're always up in the highlands. They tend to live on a slope in fact one of the biggest corner stigma. Mill longtime is the slope of the land which you live so live on a hill exactly. Yes I live on a well. Yeah and you have to walk down down. Yeah I mean that that's makes sense to me but that was K- studied very carefully in Sardinia and the this the steeper the village the longer the people lived so and then the the the foundation the power nine foundation was keeping your investing in your family became part of a faith in me faith it was and then really paying attention to the people you hang out with yeah so I started out with blue talk about purpose and the ports of the family ah shifting but at the end of the day you realized that the runway for health for most Americans is what we eat through our mouth three times the day there are networks people love to eat so in the last year or two. I've been really focusing on food and trying to really think through what the longest people eight and how to translate it for American populations so you know there's some interesting data on like you know meet and and whether it's harmful or helpful and a lot of it has to do with what the context through overall diet is you know my my view on meeting for I mean in all honesty and blue zones people didn't need you know they typically knew the name of the animal and they took occur the animal for a long time and then it was time for the wedding but it was infrequent often as a condiment. I would argue that most Americans are are disease comes from overeating and over the the wrong kind of food which is usually usually meet not always I mean there's a few one percent of meat. Is You know grass-fed and we ate at once twice a week. There'd be no problem with the reality is to send the message alleged that it's okay to eat meat or the longest people in the world he meet people. Take it the wrong way of if you really want to eat healthy the one one of the keys is having the skills to make a few I I would say plant based meals. I beans is I would say is the the the should be the main ingredient because they're hardy and they kept the protein. You need got cook them. We probably know the plant paradox but the thing is is interesting because you know you talk about how a lot of these cultures consume a lot of beans and there's been a lot of popular books out there lately saying that electons issue and beans are concerning anything 'cause autumn unity and inflammation when you look at these cultures they had very sophisticated ways of actually combining different foods of cooking them breaking down these things that actually may be problematic so can you talk a little bit about that. I Yeah I think that was unfortunate propaganda about that so I mean yeah I mean yes if you eat them raw their problem but I mean here we have seventy percent of Americans are be third are pre diabetic dropping dead of heart disease and we're worried selected for crying out loud. It's it silly I can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt the the five cultures who are living the longest were eating beans almost every day and probably a cup of beans means and I would say that I mean as long as you soak him. Cookham to a boil electons aren't an issue the reality of the gas problem. Is this your if if you're eating meat cheese and eggs all the time your gut bacteria is is going to proliferate to die to optimally digest meat eggs and cheese when you shift and all of a sudden if if that's all you're eating egg mcmuffins and then all of a sudden you shift to healthy being based your your your gut bacteria. Gaza what the Hell's going on here. It's GonNa be a war but that were only last for about a week or week and a half and then all of a sudden your gut bacteria shift so it can break down those long chain carbohydrates that are in beings to digestible carbohydrates well hydrated and you don't have that issue I every single day I zero issue and and you're talking about how to start out with these smaller beans like rather than kidney beans. Lima beans lentils goals and beans that are easier to follow the far the gaseous if you're not eating them regularly again after two weeks of historic lentils PS and move your way is an important thing that people don't realize about the microbiome in the role plays in all chronic disease including obesity and diabetes and so the way to cultivate your inner garden is by eating getting a lot of plans by eating a lot of fiber rich foods. I liked the inner garden. Yeah I mean we gotTA tender garden. We got the we got a lot of weeds growing in there that are causing disease and the way you get the weeds as you put in the good stuff and it crowds it out so you know when you look at these traditional cultures and I have you done this in Burkina south facade in Africa they looked at the microbiome microbiome of of these people eating more traditional dies and then compared to western Diet and what the microbiome listen they're and they're completely different and you know this is really an important thing that I think hobbies happening in these cultures where all have much healthier digestion is much less autoimmune disease much more anti inflammatory diet which is which is really what's driving being their alone Javadi because we know the longevity is really related to two things one is inflammation or lack of it and to is your ability to handle sugar and

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"nagoya." Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"nagoya." Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Experienced. He's not a tv broadcast. He's learning and some people have no patience for people that are trying to learn and get better the other cat excalibur damn good. He's really good and i i would like it a perfect world to have my run there and then leave it to hell and and hopefully you learn things from our little meetings and are working together or communication especially going to work every week brother brother. It ain't ain't easy being married every week to arresting personality right and that's why a lot or not got along so well. We're more interested in what we're the next cracker. Barrel exit was then then we were about who's getting the push quite frankly because we're both making more money than we ever dreamed make more money broadcast and he made i think as the world champion in the awa awa so you know i it was <hes>. All those guys are good but i i like to ask a lot. He he brought his <music>. Accent is distinctive right. You listen to it and <hes> he did. A good job is real good. Personality is still growing in that regard. He's was just get better and better at that world that he never know what aid of just going to do. That's the great thing about this company. There's no preconceived notion. Well this guy burn that bridge. This guy burned that bridge battle. He didn't sell for me. One time and nagoya show vice. It's weird to me that the tas- with everything popping up now you know obviously he had time with every to be the impact but you know between ring of honor and between the end of their thing and they w and inex- tea and new japan dan <hes> there's so many options you would think that surely the good name all w tash doing commentary for somebody go i i agree with. I agree with that but he also got understand. He's got a very high profile morning show right that restricts travel but also also you know if you could make the travel piecework. Having the very successful radio show gives you wrestling promotion the rub in a big way. I don't know i it just yeah. No you're right. You're right. Let's hope for him wherever it may be if that's what he wants to do right that's the other thing about this test got to do with ties wants to do so and god bless you for it because he might be great coming in and who knows they may tell me hey j._r. We're going to ruin in december and what do you think about work tasr. I'd love it. Eleven are tony our whoever is not my my place is to love it in my place is to make it work because they're paying me to make this work in that role and that's by god what i'm gonna do no matter who sit beside me well. I thought he you did a good job with smackdown and i miss him on t._v. Colin wrestling so i'm sure of relief this wrestling quote unquote boom continues. Somebody will write a big enough. Check and he'll say okay well. We'll do it again. The name of the game baby show with the money. Nick wants to know what's wrestler's court helpful policing the locker room or was there backlash and and do you have any fun wrestling court stories even if you weren't necessarily present forum. I'm sure the stories made the rounds. I didn't go to any wrestler. Scored in my role would not have been very judicious student term. I always thought that the restaurants court was a was a a kind of an icebreaker or refund kind of a <hes>. Let me up moment. <hes> it gave the guys <hes> a source of entertainment that they created and they shared that wasn't on t._v. Them and they're buddies. Having a good time the the the worst punishments doled out was usually a case of beer or a fifth after jack daniels or something like that and yes. I know pollute curric- folks that well. That's sitting around message. I saw survivor today said i can't relieved okay the a._w._s. Houston jake roberts these commercials and he's smoking.

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"nagoya." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"nagoya." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hundred miles separated the two carrier forces, the Japanese had four fleet carriers. The Americans had three the surface ships would never see each other. This was a new kind of warfare to the world in nineteen forty two. In fact, the coral sea the month before been the first time that two fleets had battled each other never having seen each other. This was new. Everybody had built these battle fleet ships thinking that the big gun club would fight out the next war. That's why the Americans had all those battleships and that's why the Japanese built super battleships in the nineteen thirties. While it did. Come to that. It was about carriers offense of forces and air wings on carriers. Tom. How did we know that yoga that Yamamoto was coming? And the Nagoya was bringing the. Kito bataille. This was a classic of communications intelligence. I use those two words deliberately communications and intelligence. So what you had on wall who was the fourteenth naval district. That's the Hawaiian island and the fourteenth Nabil's district was home, both to the harbour base, and the other installations, and also to the code breaking unit of the navy that was located there in her Lou. And what was what was happening was that this unit was taking in whatever communications it could intercept. Japanese communications long, range communications were all high frequency. When you broadcast on high frequency everybody can listen. So they were listening to the Japanese trying to track the movement of Japanese ships, trying to intercept Japanese messages, trying to decode them and then translate them. And this was an immense effort, took an immense amount of energy and concentration and it paid off. Because the. Codebreakers linked with the intelligence. Officers could tell them the Japanese are coming hears about the time they will show up and we have a general idea of the kind of strength of their forces. And that was in credibly important a new, it's because he could position the three American carriers. Give them the chance to ambush and surprise the Japanese the intelligence that Chester. Nimitz had he had to trust I admire him most for that Tom that he accepted, what Roche for and station, the station Hypo. And the codebreakers, gave him he took the risk because they were right. That Naguma was coming with four carriers and he deployed, his three carriers into what, what, what ultimately was his successful ambush, but he put them out there at the end of the line with really no fallback that more than anything else makes Nimitz the, the master of this of this navy. Did he? Get credit for that in the navy for trusting intelligence. Yes, he did. And there's something else he did too which is often overlooked, he built up the defenses of midway, the aviators there, the marines who were on the two islands that are part of midway atoll. And it's important to remember that midway had a lot of airplanes on midway wasn't effective. Stationary aircraft carrier. So if you look at the two forces, what you see is four against three carriers but one significant land base. So it's actually four against four and it was Nimitz who built that up and said, I think the Japanese are going to go there. We're gonna make sure they get a hot reception. The important commander on the Japanese side, isn't a Gomo who commands, the Kito bowtie the mobile force of four carriers. Akagi Kaga here. You and sore. You Nagumo comes from the China incident. He was a cruiser commander. He's fifty nine years old. He's not an aviator was he the right man to command the cat. Carriers. Well, according to the way, the Japanese allocated commands, the answer is yes, but Moto was not particularly pleased with him. Remember Nagumo had been in command of the six carriers that attacked Pearl Harbor on December seventh nineteen forty one and those scares did not destroy any American carriers and that was one of the things Yamamoto was hoping they would do and so yellow, Motorola. Disappointed in Admiral go most performance. However, the way promotions at assignments worked in the Japanese fleet Admiral Yamamoto was hesitating. He didn't want to remove Admiral Nagumo, and so he left Nagumo in command Nagoya's been criticized being aviator. I think that kind of misses the point because he's got a staff. He's got to do is planning to put himself in the position of his opponent. For example, we now know that Nagumo didn't think that there was a strong American has force in the area. He thought he could take the Americans by surprise when the reverse was true, one of the things you always do. If you're a planner is ask yourself what might my enemy do that? I don't expect an hurt me very much Nagumo in his staff didn't do that. Kind of sect of work. It is striking to me that Nagumo and Yamamoto both worked cherry about probing the amid way I. And surrounding areas with scouts to get out there surveillance. The subway, the sub the submarines that Yamamoto ordered out. There were delayed in reaching their station. In fact, they plan to send cattle of flying boats in over Pearl to see if the American carriers were still there. But because of the accident of history, they weren't able to reef a makeup fueling rendezvous with a submarine at French shoals. They didn't get the, the flying boats into Pearl. So they didn't know what was coming in. What wasn't at the same time? There's there submarine screen didn't reach station in time. And then Gomo didn't push out scout planes. He didn't send enough. In fact, at one point, he's criticized full cheetah for Nazi cheetah for not sending out to phase planes. In other words, one flying on the track of another were the Japanese just people who didn't do surveillance, where they prideful. Why did they shortchange surveillance, what you have to remember? And you have to remember that Nagumo only had among his four carriers less than two hundred fifty carrier planes. He had two hundred forty eight. And what he wanted to do was reserve those planes for strike because he knew how important it was to overwhelm an enemies defense with a pulse of attacking aircraft. All commend they'd overwhelmed a defensive fighters. The defensive anti-aircraft fire native chief of their their objectives. But you need a numbers for that. And so, where were the numbers gonna come from for reconnaissance if they came from the carriers, then you reduced the strike capability of carriers? The fighters the number of fighters would stay the same, but you would lose strike aircraft. And you know when you only got two hundred forty eight planes. I know that sounds like a lot. But if you're talking about a major naval battle, that's just barely enough. That's about what you need. And so anything sent off a reconnaissance subtracts from that strength. So go said, okay, well, what's our doctrine, the doctrine, the Japanese was us cruiser aircraft and aircraft launched off of battleships to do the scouting that was their doctrine. And they implemented it. Tom hone is the author editor of the battle of midway, the naval institute guide the US navy greatest victory when we come back, it is five fifty five in the morning, June fourth Midways radar. His picked up incoming enemy air raid on John bachelor..

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"nagoya." Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"It's a gory who everybody's interested in Nagoya who seen a mental health advocate. You can always turn these things around those kinda McGregor want to turn this around. How how committed is he to turning this around because as we know what toys and fury that that was that was a hell of a mountain the coin to get back to where he is today as great point. That's an absolute great point. And so we wonder what is next recon? I don't suspect that what happened in Miami will preclude him to return whenever he wants to return. But we thought initially that it was going to be cavalier. Only next. It's not going to be covered. Surani couple shoney's fighting ally went on may fourth and you know, Connor. Better than most in this game. And I took a lot of heat after ceremonies win over Alex Fernandez, and I'm sorry for continuing to bring this up. But I said that aronie was not playing his cards. Right. That Conor McGregor? Does not get entice. He doesn't get excited. When someone says, please give me the honor of fighting you. I'll do anything to be your dance partner. I'm just living in your world. Let's do this social media post about Budweiser proper whiskey. I thought he was playing his his hand incorrectly. And look what happens he goes from potential Conor McGregor fight because your call right after his win over Alex Hernandez Connor tweeted about it and said, congratulations. You got the flight. And then I think ever since the post fight interview ever since all the social media post Connor hasn't said a word about him. Because I think he just didn't get up for it Connor gets up for Nate D as saying, you, you've taken everything I've worked for M F, you that blah, blah, blah. He doesn't get excited about someone who's essentially walking to him and saying, please give me the honor of fighting you. And I think that cowboy didn't play his hand correctly and Calgon Madam for saints. I was trying to give him advice on how to play it. Correct. And he wouldn't listen he took it as a personal fence. Now. He's fighting Quinta. Great fight for both. I'm happy for Al getting a big fight like this. I'm happy for the good people of oughta getting a main event like this. But this is in the fight cowboy wanted very clear first time in his career that he actually went out and campaigned for a flight, and it wasn't ally..

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"nagoya." Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"nagoya." Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"It's a gory who everybody's interested in Nagoya who seen a mental health advocate. You can always turn these things around those kinda McGregor want to turn this around. How how committed is he to turning this around because as we know what toys and fury that that was that was a hell of a mountain the coin to get back to where he is today as great point. That's an absolute great point. And so we wonder what is next recon? I don't suspect that what happened in Miami will preclude him to return whenever he wants to return. But we thought initially that it was going to be cavalier. Only next. It's not going to be covered. Surani couple shoney's fighting ally went on may fourth and you know, Connor. Better than most in this game. And I took a lot of heat after ceremonies win over Alex Fernandez, and I'm sorry for continuing to bring this up. But I said that aronie was not playing his cards. Right. That Conor McGregor? Does not get entice. He doesn't get excited. When someone says, please give me the honor of fighting you. I'll do anything to be your dance partner. I'm just living in your world. Let's do this social media post about Budweiser proper whiskey. I thought he was playing his his hand incorrectly. And look what happens he goes from potential Conor McGregor fight because your call right after his win over Alex Hernandez Connor tweeted about it and said, congratulations. You got the flight. And then I think ever since the post fight interview ever since all the social media post Connor hasn't said a word about him. Because I think he just didn't get up for it Connor gets up for Nate D as saying, you, you've taken everything I've worked for M F, you that blah, blah, blah. He doesn't get excited about someone who's essentially walking to him and saying, please give me the honor of fighting you. And I think that cowboy didn't play his hand correctly and Calgon Madam for saints. I was trying to give him advice on how to play it. Correct. And he wouldn't listen he took it as a personal fence. Now. He's fighting Quinta. Great fight for both. I'm happy for Al getting a big fight like this. I'm happy for the good people of oughta getting a main event like this. But this is in the fight cowboy wanted very clear first time in his career that he actually went out and campaigned for a flight, and it wasn't ally..

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"nagoya." Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"nagoya." Discussed on KTRH

"It is five forty seven here on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. H you had a story in the news at the bottom of the hour share about Nagoya Zona. Here's another story out of that era Zona town, which is right on the Mexican border. They have a border wall. There's not particularly tall wall and people who I guess routinely scale it. So we've used some of our US troops in a capacity there to erect razor wire on that ball. I mean, three rows of razor wires, and there's no way you could go over that wall without coming in contact, of course, razor wire can be very deadly. Fox's trace Gallagher was there. There are citizens there that are complaining about it. Here's the report gala Zona has a population of twenty thousand new gallows Mexico has nearly a half million residents. And they are sister cities. In fact, many people know gals. Arizona have friends and family who live across the border and both Mexican and US residents cross back and forth at a regular basis to shop and dine the local economy relies on cross border trade and residents are furious. Because one I think the razor wire is unnecessary and two they think it's dangerous the resolution passed by the city council says in part quoting here. Placing coiled concertina wire strands on the ground is typically only found in a war battlefield or prison and not in an urban area setting such as downtown Nogales, Arizona. The statement goes on to call it in human. Here's a local resident watch. Public nuisance. Lethal. Somebody gets tangled up. Held. Here's my question. Why would somebody need to get angled up in it? There's plenty of legal places do crossover if you wanna go shopping done. The people who are scaling that ball or not coming over to shop and dine they're coming over to enter the country illegally. This just forces them to go to. The proper place in order to cross the border. It's all it, really. Does. I've seen a picture of the razor wire on the wall in the razor is right there on the wall in order to come in conduct along not the beautiful law. No, the only way you're coming in contact with razor wire is if you're right there, climbing the wall, that's the only way possible you could come into contact. Well, I've seen people try to pass their babies through it. The children. And border patrol having to go rescue the children. And so then you have to bring the parents in. That's one way of doing it to I guess the question becomes..

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New Year brings new Emperor in Japan

Correspondents Report

03:49 min | 3 years ago

New Year brings new Emperor in Japan

"We're not far from the new year than in Japan. It's one of the country's most important holidays. But this year it's taking on extra significance next year. The emperor will abdicate the throne heralding, a new age in Japan and Asia correspondent Jake's term it takes a look at what this big change means for the country and the world's since mid December. Japanese people have been meticulously cleaning their houses workplaces schools and neighborhoods as part of a tradition preparing for the arrival of God that brings good luck for the new year. Train stations packed with people hitting home to visit their families. This is the final new year of the hey, say era, each emperor's reign is given a nine the current Emperor Akihito's era is hey say he's been on the throne for thirty years. So this year is known as thirty but for the first time in Japan's modern history. Next year. The imprint will abdicate celebrating his eighty fifth birthday awake ago. The demands of public life became too much. So in April next year, he'll hand over his position to his son. Crown prince, NADA hito, Dr Hideo Kawanishi from Nagoya university is a Japanese historian. He says the emperor is resigning because he could no longer carry out all of his responsibilities that rather than reducing the amount of work. It was decided his duties should be passed on to someone else. So what will the high say era be remembered for tragically? It's been marked by disaster. The Kobe earthquake in one thousand nine hundred five and of course, the twenty eleven full Cosima earthquake and soon NAMI where more than fifteen thousand people died even this year Japan has been hit hard by a series of floods heat waves and earthquakes so much. So the official Kanji character of the year was by meaning disaster. Impr- Akihito made it a priority to visit disaster areas as much as possible, but he's age was beginning to make that difficult. Nagoya university's Dr Kawanishi says a new era will give Japan a chance to put those tragedies behind us becoming a new age and eliminating the problems that had before that's clear with this year's executions of the doomsday cult option requres founder and twelve other members involved in the nineteen ninety-five Seren guests tack on the Tokyo subway and last week the government executed another to death row inmates over my dad used to do. Dr Kawanishi says this was done to ensure this sense of burden wasn't passed onto the next generation. He says they have been some positives in the hey, say era, many individuals became successful and had the opportunity to stand out as opposed to being buried in a community. This became an era where individuals could become successful by trying hard rather than being suppressed, and as for what the new era may bring to Kawanishi believes, the new emperor will take a much more active role in international society. He says the new era parent crown prince, NADA hito was from generation that did not experience the war and appreciates the importance of keeping the pace his wife who become the empress is also a former diplomat and had a career for Japan with the rugby World Cup next year end the Olympic and Paralympic Games in twenty twenty the country will internationalize further welcoming many more. Or foreign tourists and internationally active emperor could be very beneficial for the country. This is Jake sterner in Tokyo for correspondents reported.

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