21 Burst results for "Nandor"

"nandor" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"nandor" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"And roll. Very easy. I love it. It was like. Yeah, you know, I've been very obsessed with What We Do in the Shadows. I'll say about the last week's episode was there is something incredibly funny about hearing nandor talk about The Big Bang Theory and the many characters on it. You haven't seen it, it's very worthwhile. It's everyone, by the way, watch the Emmys, Danny, I know you did. Well, let's talk about the Emmys. No. Fever? Nothing. Not nominated. Yeah. I don't really like the award shows all that much, but it might all change if I'm ever nominated. Is it just me or did the award shows used to be just I don't know a little more exciting when I used to win? Definitely. Is there something glamour was missing? I just read about that in deadline. Yeah. Just a little bit more. These are a little more good. Yeah. When you can jump on stage and hug Sofía Vergara. Yeah. Nobody is fun and I don't know some of the luster just a big like yawn. It doesn't seem as important anymore. It doesn't at all. It doesn't even shows. That should be a job. Not a comedy. But yeah, it was I was so happy that I am trying to destroy you. Because I love that. Did you see I'm trying to destroy you with Michaela. I love that show. And it's brilliantly written. And she was great in chewing gum. So I was happy she won. I wish the director of the queen's gambit was more arrogant and talk longer. Yeah. There's gambit was a big whomp one more. It was amazing. What do you do? He just kept going. He's a director and so all I could do was imagine being on set and being a director because he was the music comes on. And he's like, hey, hey, hey. Knock it off. Like he had just like Debbie Allen who won a lifetime achievement award. Yeah. Didn't you hear this? He gets up and it's like this whole room is here to see me, the winner of the director for limited series or movie. We're moving about a fantastic episode all we have is beautiful. Shut the fuck up. Yeah, it's like man. You're ruining the series. What was he talking about? What was his, what was the threat? He was thanking people or do it and talking about it, but he was so pontificating. And you just saw they tried to play him off three times. He kept getting more nasty and more. And he was just like, oh my God. It was it was I have to find somebody that I didn't know and I know I'm drawing a blank. It took a video that was at the Emmys. To the teleprompter where it's a bright red going stop stop. Oh, really? And then pans to him and he's still fucking Roland. He's still thinking people, and we're not here and everyone's like, no. Nobody better drunk that girl playing chess. Yeah. And I like how what a good time Conan was having. I thought that was fun. Oh yeah. Did you hear about those phones? No, no..

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"nandor" Discussed on Nerdette

Nerdette

07:44 min | 3 months ago

"nandor" Discussed on Nerdette

"Guillermo is the familiar to a dude named nandor the relentless being a vampire familiar like being best friend who was also slave toward the end of season. One ghirma learns. He is a descendant of a famed vampire hunter which makes the fact that he lives with a bunch of vampires even more interesting delirious. The third season of the show started on fx on hulu harvey. Hey hey are you. So i think guarumos a really interesting character for a number of reasons. There's sort of like an ultimate underdog aspect of him. You know the fact that he's sort of like this long-suffering endlessly patient dude But of course you know as the storyline progresses. Were seeing him. Stand up for himself. More and more which i think is really satisfying viewer. I wonder how much of yourself do you and like your own experience. Do you feel like you can to that character. I mean i have a lot of qualities. Think in me. I know what. It's like to be an underdog i know what it's like to be in a position where you're seeing less than because for so long you know especially in hollywood and in just in the country in general There's always that part of the marginalized group or you're part of minority or you're part of you know You're a person of color is you're queer all of these things have become a target and it's unfortunate but actually like. He has become targets himself in that way where he mistreated because the bosses that he has dreams and aspirations. But he doesn't have generational wealth willing. Nobody's asking him like. How can we facilitate these free days. So i think there's a lot of elements that i can relate to him and not just myself. I feel like everyone can relate to general because we've all benecke at your snarling. All right now if you haven't been in the past and you'll probably be tomorrow if you haven't so far because we've all been at place we've been in a job has overlooked us for promotion and we've all been you know Basically it may be a lover infatuated with someone from afar. That will never see you in that light. And we've all have dreams. It's everyone can relate to him because we are all us sometimes. I wonder what my life would be. Like if i was still at panerabread. I'd probably be manager. Is it true you do your own stunts. i done pretty much all my stance suffer one. That's basically wasn't insurance a problem they wouldn't let me do it But yeah didn't all them start off his a key. Try this and he tried that like it was like okay trailer. Punch sure yeah. Let's do it. I was all pumped up about. Can they try this. So yeah you run. 'em stab that person. Yes the new vampire twins. Yes of course and like egypt third story window wet now but when the animal he doesn't see how powerful he is strained his quickness is you know and it's kind of funny he doesn't even think about it like it's just reflexes for him reflexes. That's he's always like shocked to see how fast as his hands move. Those reaction shots are. It's so you've talked to before even this interview a little bit about like how meaningful it is for you to be able to be an actor especially in terms of representation you know your the son of emigrants. You're a queer man of color. What's it like to hear from fans of the show and of guillermo in particular. I mean it really has to stop spot image just because i can relate hyphen Situation scenario Doing a con before covert in georgia and was the kids in line. Were dressed up as Him up an and they just started crying and they said I never saw myself on. Tv so thank you for representing us and that really broke my heart but it also filled me with inspiration and and with determination to continue to do what i'm doing because that if it meant that much to one person than than it's worth everything it's worth all the sweat blood and tears because it it would've meant that much to me when i was little to see someone on television who was round brown and proud and i getting it so if you don't see yourself representative them become the first does that. I mean i'm. I'm so glad you're doing it. I'm so glad. It's resonating with people. But i do wonder you know i mean. Being the first light carries its own its own burden rate and i think about the fact that you're carrying all these different identities in groundbreaking way on tv. Like i don't does that ever wear you out or are you just glad to have the fuel of like getting to meet fans and having that experience and knowing that you can't not i mean i never signed up to be a role model i never signed up to be You know. I never saw any of that. It was by by doing and by default. I guess that the title is given to you. I think no one you know who truly is being represented in trying to be an inspiration to someone seeks out to be that it cabins organic when it happens naturally fades naturally tate's naturally but when it does happen it should feel natural and it shouldn't act to learned that i i didn't sign up to be anything but an entertainer and by entertainment by entertaining people. I can provide an escape and laughter and that is my contribution god absolutely. Can you tell the story of how you decided to become an actor. Because i love it very much. Yeah i was watching annie when i was six years old winter break. It was me and my mom at the time. It was just the two of us. Single mom working several jobs and i remember watching annie and thinking what is this world are laughing and singing and dancing cat and i looked over my mom. I said mom. I want that. I want to be an orphan. Poor mother excuse me weird issues like that's crazy rewarded with that. As i know. They're actors on thursdays and i was like well. I wanna be an actor. She goes i. Can you know we can't. That's for rich kids. Do you mean red. You've got to be rich to play poor on television Unless you meant by those nuts for kids who have money to get training acting dance classes and other aid and we didn't have that you know were We were very poor and it was like they did that. That was such a dream. That could have been squashed there and then it wasn't a that's one of my first experience of like what it was like to to be privileged to be the idea that if i was a different candidate my neighbor when asked for which they did. We find out that. We're doing a improv class community center and she asked her parents for the twelve dollars sense. Give her twenty change. I asked him for essentially absolutely not. We need that money for laundry. We need that money for groceries. She never said. I couldn't do it today. So if you can find your own way me call you can do whatever you want and i said okay. Then i'll six bushels teach me a lesson at six That you can. If you want something bad enough you have to work for it and sure enough for walking home from school day and this guy was going to trash cans and i said mom doing that. So gross open the book this. He sells those cans. You make money from tragedy and she said yeah. And i ran ran home and got a wire hanger at hooked into a long skinny finger out of plastic back from food for less from the kitchen cabinet and then it went collecting trash for four weeks. I pay for my first improv pass..

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Aura Health Co-Founder Steve Lee on His App's Modern Business Model

Mixergy

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Aura Health Co-Founder Steve Lee on His App's Modern Business Model

"Steve. Good have here having nandor. What's your revenue. it's between one and ten million. What headed towards million currently closer to ten million anywhere back when you are just you and your brother and how much of that you share with the creators were on your platform we can share to number exactly By they're paid based on the so a lot of our top creators thousands per month with pretty little effort in this really become a life changing some four. The idea is that there's some fixed percent that you share with your creators based on the percentage listenership that they get on the platform. Is that right correct It's actually not fixed. Number we have a fixed payout per listen. I ended all really yes. So that incentivizes coaches and therapists. He'll create better content even more so then. Is there a situation. Where if you get a lot of lessons that you could end up losing money a four barely certain core users. Let's listen to one hundred times saw per month on that is a possible scenario That is the beauty of subscription. Compasses this is not on. It doesn't really matter you mean because they're going to be some people who listened very little other people who listen a lot got but what else do for creators is. It gives them a fixed thing to count on if they get a listen. They know how much you're gonna make. It's all right it's an interesting model to mo- it's much closer to spotify than it is to something like i think. Skill share still. We'll take a percentage of their revenue and then split it with creators based on based on listenership so they have a fixed

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"nandor" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:58 min | 11 months ago

"nandor" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And Get it right there, Right? Yeah, that'd be a great choice. And you get the cabin air filter you need you choose a brand that you like, and a price point that you like and you manage it? I don't know that I want one of those showing up at my house every two months or whatever the subscription might be wonder what this because I'm I'm good for one like every nine years. So can I set that butter filters will make it for five years, and they're still pretty fresh and clean and find other ones. Six months. They're packed with their rural Merrick mail carrier. Full of dirt. Yes. Other cars? No, nothing. Uh, Is it? Two years I pulled the one on the Camaro and it still looks like brand new eyes like, smell it. Yes. Not too bad. Okay. And then they showed a picture. Of course. Where? You know they were pulling one out, dumping it over Look like, you know, they had some gravel coming out of this stuff. A small bunny ran out of it or something, You know? See the biggest killer of those those people that the ones that get dirty is the fastest. Not dirt roads, The people who have pets. Yeah, they are were in their car. You know the senior house. Two of you have pets? Yeah, there's people that there's a lot of people that take their animals like all over the place, and they have that stuff will get that Nandor really gets in there and load them up. And I had another quick story about heaters just cause I had to tell you. My dad came in the office the other day, and he goes What could be wrong with my old truck. He's got this shitty than your runs around in, and he's always had an old I should say always. He always had nice trucks and suddenly you just decided you want to drive beater truck here and he, uh he said he was got no heat all the sudden, he said it just quit. Did you turn the dial? He said it just quit. He said. It goes and so right away. I liked you have airflow. Is it blowing air? What's going on asking all these questions and hey, what is that? The crew it level drop low. What year? What your truck is that there is nothing in old five Chevy or 65. Silverado 1500, Okay, and we're looking at different ideas, and I said, you know, even though you've got cool it showing in your reservoir, I said, you could be clogged going across and you're just maybe it's just went low on cool it because you got a leak, or it's kind of first, a quick cooling all of a sudden, they said. It's got to be something like that. And so he went home and he checked the reservoir. And he let it cool down. He checked the radiator blue Semana, freeze all over himself and had this event that was going on for about an hour. So then he came back in. He sat me off he goes. Have embarrassed and he was smiling at this big smile and Yeah, taking the dog for a ride, and the dog must have part of the dash and pushed all the it's a slide lever on that one and push them all down to Cole. And since Larry done it sure, never even thought about that. So they're all cold. Give dog part of those There was nothing wrong was working perfectly as a matter of fact. Uh, all right, let's take a quick break. You're listening to the under the hood show. We want to tell you.

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"nandor" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"nandor" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You are running with scissors. And as your mom had warned you, you tripped and fell. Right now. I made the mistake of telling my kids about The reasonable straws. I told him that story. I horrified him. I clearly like gave him PTSD about this lengthy aluminum straws that you can the permanent struggle when they when the government banned straws. Yeah, There was a time when everything was so peaceful and great that we had timeto argue about whether or not we should have straws in America because they're large. Large enough turtles. Butts, right? This is her high Nandor. They're fronting like one. And what's so great about turtles anyway? Um, you know, based on that nine year olds fixed it. Explaining away we've talked about that. But so they started making these aluminum straws that you could re wash, which seemed like a good idea. Kind of, but anyway, a woman like tripped and fell Had the stronger drink and fell on it and went through. I like at the back of her head clear on through her brain Pan. Yeah, she just recently uncomfortable boy and my kids still think about that. Like anytime. Straws come up, my brainpan is cast iron. Good for you. Then I played this one golf course a semi regularly. Nice course and a nice You know, food and everything. Everything's great there. But they have the freaking Paper straws. It's the only place I go that has that You don't go to Starbucks or doors. Do all Starbucks happen. Or just the one of my county? No, I don't because I'm no joiner. I reject corporate America. I support my local coffee shop. My wife drives around where they don't have a drive through my life drives around with a car. You lazy bastard tries around drives around with the real straws in her car because you go through Starbucks, and they give you the paper strong, which dissolve some like quick. Well, if you get a venti, which is the big one for some reason. Yeah, I told him destroy anyone. Um, Yeah, the paper straws. Useless. Yeah. What I do occasionally find myself in a Starbucks most often in an airport. And I will deliberately Ask for a medium. Because I will not have their fancy pants in this infecting my American, changing the language executive get to change the light in English. So at the near the end of the Angie Show. I mentioned I showed you the picture of my body. You cut his own hair, and it went very, very poorly in the back. It Z on an incline when he did it. Well, Was he on the tilt A world of the on fentanyl, I think, And maybe he was going by. Feel s something. I do it, but I've been doing it for a long time. He says. I'm shaving my head. So, yes. Different. Yeah. Now, have you always been a shaven guy Where your stubble guy At one point I'm stubble guy Now it's sorry. Yeah, I don't have my glasses on so I could barely see that it's you. We feel it. There's a huge difference between down to the skin with a razor and a little stubble looks completely different. Yeah, I definitely be stubble again. It's a lot of work if you want to keep it the smooth shaved Thing. Yeah, but I'm not going to do that. Yeah, but I've been I've been shaving my own head with a razor for 25 years, I learned that Keith Richards Cut of the Rolling Stones. Legendary key if I have to explain who Keith Richards is never mind, but he always cut his own hair. Because thriftiness sir, I think is you know you're on the road, and then he just thinks of the little get along here, So we snip it off in a little over there a little over there, but he's got that like Hustled up, Rooster Look, It's like it's supposed to be sticking out in different directions. So that works, But I have this thing with a headband. Often. Yeah, yeah, I like If I have to, What's a good example? Like I don't know. I'll like trim my sideburns. And and if I noticed something is a little like there's straggling ill like clipping individual couple of hairs or something like that. But I have the thing where if I'm looking in a mirror, I cannot make my hand go in the correct direction That's hard to do It always go opposite. I don't know if everybody struggles with this. I d o. I have to stop and think. Like so my eyebrows, they're gonna get all crazy out of control. And I got my little scissors and like I'm trying to move them toward my face, right. But both in order away thing kills me that I'm so bad that it really messes with your head too. Yeah, I know it, and then you start to feel like I don't know. I don't. How would I describe the emotion? Like frustrated and just and sometimes I think, what's the matter with you? Does your brain not work? Move it closer to you say move it closer to the mirror. Er, it's further away from, you know, not that I don't know. No, no, Next thing you know, it's in your eye, right? What? Everywhere you gotta Paris scissors sticking right near on. It happens all the time. I would say I was reading something that's probably in junior high or high school or something like that one. I read that in general. Males are better at small, showing relationship..

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Neandertals Tooled Around with Clams

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Neandertals Tooled Around with Clams

"Around one hundred thousand years ago in what what is now. Italy are nandor tall cousins. Wait it out into the shallow. Coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea in search of clams. Big Grant the the molluscs from the sea floor and perhaps even died for them in deeper water and they also simply collect clams from the beach but the creatures weren't just food in a recent Study University of Colorado Boulder archaeologist Paolo Villa inner team report that neanderthals modified the clams hard shells into tools for cutting and scraping. The clam derived implements were found inside the grow today. Motion rainy a coastal cave. That was first rediscovered around eighty five years ago by examining wear and tear on the shells the researchers determined that about seventy five percent of the tool source material had been found found dead on the beach. These shows had been worn down from being battered by waves and sand but the remaining shells were smooth and shiny indicating that the clams lambs were still alive on the sea floor when they were gathered. These shells were also thicker and therefore might have made more durable tools so even though gathering clams underwater took more work than picking them up on the beach. The effort may have been worth it also found in the growth at any pumice stones volcanic eruptions that occurred to to the south of the site. Those stones may have been used by neanderthals as abrasive tools. The study is in the journal loss. One neanderthals else were making these tools than fifty thousand years before modern. Humans first arrived in Western Europe but neanderthal intelligence was dismissed by the scientific community. Munity during much of the twentieth century in recent years however evidence of their tool use and even artistic abilities has grown neanderthals hunted. That'd made cave art cooked with fire us boats and when fishing just last year for example research by villa and others found that neanderthals tolls living not far from the grocery knee. Site used resonant. He serves to attach handles to stone tools. They may have gone extinct some forty thousand years ago but it's becoming ever more clear that neanderthals were intelligent creative. People who lead fully human lives.

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"nandor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And you are are not seeing eye to eye on these questions then you're not seeing eye to eye with a with a large number of people on that so my my broader question about the carcass. do I buy broader question of the car that that's what they're saying. they're saying make that distinction thank you. the the the question about the car is is I'm wondering since you're focused on thirteen half months out if you are worried. and one third. but after that long is that is the real the the the question is are you worried me this puts you in on what you you're in an unlikely spot sometimes you're a quote San Francisco Democrat near excoriate on the right for being an avatar of liberalism and yet you have incidents throughout the last year where people in your car because not only the squad the so called squad have questions you are you are liberal or left leaning on a fetus and so I want to ask you this question about the party and. make believe that we're not talking about impeachment for a second just other other issues including the criminalization of border crossing Medicare for all are you worried as you go forward toward the election that the party is being pulled too far to the left to reach those people in places like Wisconsin that you need to achieve your number one goal well then this is say that. the Republicans had a hundred and thirty seven thousand ads. as in this last election last year describe as a San Francisco liberals which I probably am. left wing synthesis level sometimes set so that didn't work for them we were the most hearing Nandor Fodor suppress political agreement that you could ever imagine and yet we won that game forty seats to win the house of reps that I plan didn't work for them we had a message. where we had our Congress here because this is beautifully diverse was diverse as it comes in ideas gender generation gender identity geography ethnicity. and I say to them. our system our diversity is our strength. I see is our power and the centers around our community to America's working families whatever people think about this that and the other thing our commitment is to America's working families that's who we are as Democrats so we built by consensus a caucus is sixty percent women people of color LGBT Q. isn't that sad for more than a hundred. the hundred and sixteen hundred sixteen women in the comics this first time going over a hundred ninety one of them are Democrats the because we made a decision that we were going to be diverse and inclusive than the rest so it's a pretty exciting diverse caucus and as far as some of the ideas that people are putting forth I respect that. I said to them frankly you know what your time now I have the signs in my basement from thirty years ago. so I you know I respect that but we have to win and let's find a consensus in our common ground as we go forward to win. increase our number have our democratic majority in the house would be so strong and how we do that we will also win the Senate the governorships the state legislative right and a left a democratic president of..

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"nandor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Person dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently all is the owning. It's this is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. Imagine how they must here's an avatar his big moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning, this is to test. This is how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room you magic how he's sitting there fuming about this in John. Dean, John dean, wherever he was. He had a drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. And now his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started seven o'clock tonight. You know, folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems in to the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big. I mean, that is more people in this audience, you simply safe than any other home security audience of the outfit company system might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in.

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"nandor" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently, all is the this is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. Magin how they must. I mean, here's an Adler is a big moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning this is to test this to see how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room. You how he's sitting there fuming about this John dean, John dean, wherever he was. He had a drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. And now his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started at seven o'clock tonight. Folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big that is more people in this audience. You simply safe than any other home security audience outfit company system, might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in your home and your so your home to be protected when you're away at one way they accomplish. This is with the twenty four seven monitoring service that connects your system, you're simply safe system to the local cops, so that if an incident occurs help is on the way. Whether you're there are not related a story to us of an incident that happened just a couple of weeks ago. A customer of theirs. Simply safe is at work during the day. She gets a call from simplisafe's monitoring staff, and they tell her words to the extent that the alarms gone off, and there's a man in your house. The SimpliSafe monitoring team using simply safe's HD cameras, that she had installed herself could watch in real time. The bad guys scurrying through her home with the alarm going off. Simplisafe notified the cops immediately. And when there's video verification, the police dispatch can be three.

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"nandor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Person dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently all is the owning it's happening. This is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. Imagine how they must. I mean, here's an Adler is big moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning, this is the test. This is how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room you magic always sitting there fuming about this in John dean, John dean, wherever he was. He had a drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. And now his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started at seven o'clock tonight. You know, folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big. I mean, that is more people in this audience, you simply safe than any other home security audience. The outfit company system might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in your home and your so your home to be protected when you're away at one way they accomplish. This is with the twenty four seven monitoring service that connects your system your SimpliSafe system for the local Cup so that if an incident occurs help is on the way. Whether you're there or not, they related a story to us of an incident that happened just a couple of weeks ago, customer of theirs. Simply safe is at work during the day. She gets a call from simplisafe's monitoring staff, and they tell her words to the extent that the alarms going off. And there's a man in your house. The SimpliSafe monitoring team using simply safe's HD cameras, that she had installed herself could watch in real time. The bad guys scurrying through her home with the alarm going off. Simplisafe notified the cops immediately. And when there's video verification, the police dispatch can be three and a half times faster..

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"nandor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently all is the owning. This is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's. Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. Imagine how they must. I mean, here's an Adler is a big moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning this is test. This is the how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room. Always sitting there fuming about this in John dean, John dean, wherever he was, he had to drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. Now, his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage of New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started seven o'clock tonight. You know, folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big. More people in this audience, you simply safe than any other home security audience of the outfit company system might make sense to you, but simply safe as only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility companies this. Over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in your home, and your so your home to be protected when you're away at one way they accomplished. This is with a twenty four seven monitoring service that connects your system your SimpliSafe system for the local Cup so that if an incident occurs help is on the way. Whether you're there or not related a story to us of an incident that happened just a couple of weeks ago. A customer of theirs. Simply safe is at work during the day. She gets a call from simply safe's monitoring staff. And they tell her words to the extent that the alarms gone off, and there's a man in your house. The SimpliSafe monitoring team using simply safe's HD cameras, that she had installed herself could watch in real time. The bad guy scurrying through her home with the alarm going off. Simplisafe notified the cops immediately. And when there's video verification, the police dispatch can be three and.

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"nandor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The latest from governor Kumo in New York is that one is dead in the helicopter crash, skyscraper fifty four story, building in New York City helicopter, apparently trying to make a crash landing on top of the building one person dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently all is the owning it's happening. This is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. Imagine how they must. I mean, here's an Adler is a big moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning, this is to test. This is how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room. Now, he's sitting there fuming about this John dean, John dean, wherever he was. He had to drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. Now, his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started at seven o'clock tonight. You know, folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big. I mean that is there. More people in this audience, you simply safe than any other home security audience of the outfit company system, now might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in.

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"nandor" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On top of the building one person dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now and apparently all is the only thing this is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry Nadler's. Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. Imagine how they must. I mean, here's an Adler is being moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning this is to test it. This is how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room you magic how he's sitting there fuming about this in John dean, John dean, wherever he was, he had to drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. And now his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started at seven o'clock tonight. You know, folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big that is more people in this audience. You simply safe than any other home security audience. The outfit company system might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this. Over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you.

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"nandor" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently all is the owning it's happening. This is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's. Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. You'll imagine how they must I mean, here's an Adler his big moment. This is the impeachment drive run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning this is to test it. This is how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room you magic how he's sitting there fuming about this in John dean, John dean, wherever he was, he had to drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. And now his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started seven o'clock tonight. You know, folks, SimpliSafe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big. I mean, that is more people in this audience, you simply safe than any other home security audience. The outfit company system might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in.

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"nandor" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on KTOK

"Drive home five Matthews, NewsRadio one thousand Katie, okay? The latest from governor Kumo in New York is one is dead in the helicopter crash, the skyscraper the fifty four story building a New York City, the helicopter. Apparently trying to make a crash landing on top of the building one person dead. Governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently all is the owning it's happening. This is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. Magin how they must. I mean, here's an Adler a big moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning, this is the test. This is how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media, and Jerry Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room, you magic how he's sitting there fuming about this in John dean, John dean, wherever he was, he had to drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. And now his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started seven o'clock tonight. Folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big that is more people in this audience. You simply safe than any other home security audience. The outfit company system might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the company's this over three million people now have simply safe as their home security three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in your home, and your so your home to be protected when you're away and one way they accomplish. This is with a twenty.

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"nandor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is that one is dead in the helicopter crash. The skyscrapers fifty four story building a New York City, the helicopter. Apparently trying to make a crash landing on top of the building. One person dabbed governor Kumo alleged fire occurred in his out now. And apparently all is the only thing that's happening. This is really put a monkey wrench into Jerry, Nadler's. Watergate hearing. I'm sorry. Trump Russia collusion with Russia stealing the election from Hillary hearing. You'll imagine how they must here's an Adler is a big moment. This is the impeachment dry run. This is it. This is a mock impeachment hearing beginning, this is the test. This is see how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated all of media. In Jerry Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room now he's sitting there fuming about this in John dean, John dean, wherever he was, he had to drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. And now his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe never won't get started at seven o'clock tonight. You know, folks, simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big there. More people in this audience, you simply safe than any other home security audience of the outfit company system might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this over three million people now have simply safe.

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"nandor" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is how to do it to see how it plays. And then we have this incident in New York, which is captivated, all of media in, Jerry. Nadler cannot get a camera turned on inside his committee hearing room you magic how he's sitting there fuming about this John dean, John dean, wherever he was he had to drive all the way into Washington sit there. He's going to be a big witness in the Trump. Russia collusion story despite having nothing to do with it. Now, his big return to glory. Will not happen. Maybe Nandor will postpone maybe Nadler will delay until the coverage in New York ends and maybe Nandor won't get started seven o'clock tonight. Funk simply safe home security is not put more security systems into the homes of those of you, in this audience than any other security company. I don't know if if that. That's big that is more people in this audience, you simply safe than any other home security audience of the outfit company system might make sense to you. But SimpliSafe has only been out there for a few short years. In addition to having such great success. There is a mountain of responsibility, the companies this. Over three million people now have simply safe as their home security, three million households. That is a lot of responsibility to help that many people maintain a secure home, that allows you to be safe in.

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"nandor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You've got a four one and one child see Nandor child and well. Well. Mary four why? And she go in Chiang competitive ficiary. So that her husband doesn't get anything in 4._0._1._K. Yeah, they're separated but not divorced. Right. And there's no legal separation papers. Yeah. Well, the problem with a 4._0._1._K is what's called a qualified plan. And she is required to name. Her spouse is the beneficiary of their plan unless he consents otherwise. Which I take it is not likely to be the case in your daughter's situation after she kept him off the money away from the I'm sorry. Is there any way to get him away from the money that they won't be able to get is? She died in the money in the 4._0._1._K, right? No, not without his consent. He's he's he's got to name her. So she might wanna take. I mean, I don't I don't know. What else does she have does? She have any other assets to speaker, no house. Very much coach getting anybody. Yeah. Well, that's the situation that you did you say they've been separated for five years. Right linen different areas. But they're not. They didn't sign the papers to know in that. No, I understand. So they're they're legally married. They just have. They've been separated for five years. Yeah. I she needs to talk to it. She needs to talk to a of divorce lawyer, frankly to see how she can somehow regularized. She may they may not want for whatever mid perhaps for religious reasons, or whatever it may not want to proceed with a divorce, but they're made it may be they can come to some sort of a property settlement. And I've got to assume that the that the estranged husband is is concerned about their. I is this is their daughter that your your granddaughter you're talking about it's. Little girl is his daughter as well. Right, right. She's fourteen and she wants to make her percents, then Fisher. Yeah. I understand what I'm saying. Is she can't do that without his consent? And so if it were me, I don't know how much is in there. You don't have to say that over the radio. But if it's a substantial at all, I think she ought to talk to a divorce lawyer and see what the prospects are of coming to some sort of settlement. Maybe he would consent. I mean, it was he employed is he need her money. I mean, you'd like to have it, I suppose who wouldn't. But she had a regularized the situation, especially if she's concerned that he might not. Be financial take financial responsibility for their daughter. Should something happen fire. Maybe four or five times four or five years. Enrolled with job. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I I don't know. I don't know what else to tell you. I think she I think she really ought to be talking to a divorce lawyer does she if she can't straighten this out because he has it stands? He's going to be the beneficiary of the 4._0._1._K. Okay. Let's go to Cathy and Lowthian Marian Maryland. Good morning, Kathy. Thanks for calling. Can I try to help you this morning? Morning, mike. I'm nice to talk to you. I have just a general question. Sure. Which is. I know I need to trust trust. Do. I need a will. Well, yeah. That's it's not a trick question. But it's it's it's got a nuanced answer. Kathy's question, she's got a will have a will already by the way, you have some plan in place. No. I don't know. Okay. You don't need it. Okay. Okay. So you need first of all. So you're you're on the right track. Here you do basically need to have an estate plan in place. If you use the trust is what I always characterized as sort of the heart or the centerpiece of their plan where most of your instructions are going to be found as to who gets what and under what terms and conditions etcetera etcetera. The same day you sign the trust. You're going to sign as part of the plan. A new will in this case, it's referred to as a pour over will P O. You are it's it's a will that only has one beneficiary doesn't have your family's the beneficiary doesn't have a charity as beneficiary the beneficiary of their pore over will is going to be your trust. And its purpose is to make sure that if there's anything that gets left out of the trust while you're alive. It gets poured over that's for the term. Pour over comes from port over into the trust after you're gone. And so it's a companion sort of like a safety net that goes along with a trust. And so so technically the answer is. Yes, you will still have a will. But it won't be the same kind of will that you would have if you were disposing of your entire estate strictly through your will. You see what I'm saying here? Okay. Yeah. So it's part of the plan. So the real, you know, you're you're on the right track. Here you really ought to have a basic estate plan in place. Whether it turns out, you trust makes sense in your circumstances. Inexperienced advisors going to be able to you know, console Yan NAT it may or may not it for a lot of folks today. It makes all the sense in the world, and you may be one of them, but talk to somebody or come to one of our seminars will walk you through this stuff. And you'll get an idea of all the other things that you want to be considering in your estate plan. Okay. But thanks for.

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"nandor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"nandor" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In the no man's land. Between the front line in the village. And then one much closer to us followed by a whizzing noise. What sounded like an incoming mortar that sent everyone. Scrambling. It's not clear how many ISIS militants remain holed up the past few days have seen an exodus of families along with some suspected ISIS fighters among them. They arrive hungry and cold. You a desolate holding camp in the desert the men separated from the women and interrogated. They were promised utopia of an Islamic state. But now these ISIS families have been reduced to eating American-made rations and living out of a hole in the ground. I visited the frontlines. A few weeks ago right beside local soldiers launching a barrage of mortars. We found some of the two thousand American troops at the forefront of this fight. Their Kurdish allies have suffered grave losses. More than eight thousand fighters. They now worry the end of ISIS is a territorial force will hasten the withdrawal of US troops the desperately rely on for advice Hillary, and especially we know how important America has been to the fight. Are you worried about what might happen after American forces leave? I keep doing. We started this together with Americans on the ground and air air support Nandor offering told us just before the end the American decision to withdraw. It's not a good decision. Not the right time. Isis is cornered now territory once.

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Could Neanderthals Laugh?

BrainStuff

05:23 min | 3 years ago

Could Neanderthals Laugh?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here for millennia humans and Neanderthals poor Neanderthals if you prefer coexisted in Europe, and your Asia, you've probably heard about it because apparently they all had sex. And now you might have around two percent Neanderthal DNA in your genome. It's a whole thing. So we know there might have been some Neanderthal slash modern human romance. But did they have any laughs together? Well that mostly depends on whether Neanderthals could laugh it's a tricky question, though, because what would enter of laughed at we modern humans laugh at all sorts of things depending on who you are. It's equally possible to guffaw at kittens playing as it is to giggle over a pound about chemical engineering. If that's what you're into. We know even less about Neanderthal theory of mind than we do about our own, but there's evidence that the idea that they were intellectually inferior to modern humans is bogus. And though, we don't rightly know what would have tickled them research on the volition of laughter supports the. Idea that Neanderthals were most likely heir to a glorious legacy of chuckles. That's because other great apes laugh. In fact, laughter in our filer genyk corner of the world is estimated to have evolved between ten and sixteen million years ago, it most likely evolved from the labored breathing that happens when you're playing or being tickled spontaneous laughter is something we all do within the first couple months of life, even in babies born Dafur blind. The main goal of laughter seems to be to create and maintain social bonds. We Nonni under thaws lived in small family groups, so although they might not have needed to have the social smarts to, yuck. It up at a comedy club given their lifestyle laughter. Probably would have been beneficial to them just as it is to us or ape chimpanzee. But a lot goes into laughter and the question of whether or not Neanderthals could laugh has two parts the first having to do with the ability of the Neanderthal voiced produce the sound and the second with whether or not they have the cognitive ability to find things funny. According to Dr Philip Lieberman, professor emeritus in the department of cognitive linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown. College Neanderthals definitely had all the vocal equipment required. To laugh. Neanderthals had a vocal set up very similar to humans, a larynx or voice box supported by a delicate horseshoe-shaped bone called the highlighted Lieberman explained. The lyrics produces acoustic energy that causes the vocal cords of the larynx to open and close and the super laryngeal vocal. Tract the space between the lips and the larynx changes shape with movement in the lips tongue jaw to make a kind of malleable organ pipe that helps us make vowel inconstant sounds. We share all this vocal equipment with Neanderthals. So it stands to reason that they're laugh would be similar to our own. The only difference of opinion. Among researchers here centers around whether the Neanderthals speaking voice was lower or higher than that of a modern human. So with that settled the next big question is whether Nandor falls had the ability to. Things funny enough to laugh at them, according to Lieberman, and some recent research, it's very likely he said EPA genetic evidence now shows that Neanderthal brains could execute complex motor axe. This means that Neanderthals could talk and had language as long as their brains could control the complex gestures that human speech entails. They definitely could have left. Today's episode was written by Len shields and produced by Tyler Clinton for more on this and lots of other topics little tickle you. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. The end of the world with Josh Clark is a ten part podcast series about all the ways we humans might accidentally wipe ourselves out in the next century or two and yes that sounds scary. This dangerous place other. I mean, the the universe is is the house going no care for life on earth and devastating. It brings a tremendous amount of energy with it flesh-eating, the earth surface embroiling alive, anything that can't take cover underground or new walk and mind boggling, if we accident trigger some sort of existential risk or exposed to an existential destructive event, that's sort of heat for humanity. And it definitely is all of those

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Spain will have the world's longest life expectancy in the next 20 years — and the US will fall behind China in the rankings

Dr. Daliah

09:54 min | 3 years ago

Spain will have the world's longest life expectancy in the next 20 years — and the US will fall behind China in the rankings

"Depends on how well or poorly health systems address key drivers, the future of the world's health is not preordained. And there is a wide range of plausible trajectories said the findings add to a study last month showing how you know, the Mediterranean diet could help well Spain as a pretty good diet. A lot of vegetables, lots of fish. They also do according to CNN, which I hesitate on touting. They have tax funded healthcare barely the World Health Organization ranks their healthcare system as the seventh best in the world. Portugal, rising to the top twenty three point six years added to their life expectancy. So this study was published in the journal Lancet yesterday. And it looked at the data from the two thousand sixteen global burden of diseases project and generated predictions from two thousand seventeen thousand forty they say the impacts of diseases such as diabetes HIV aids and cancers as well as Rex factors including diet and smoking rates were taken into account. They say what they looked at which could cause premature death is high blood pressure. High body mass index meaning us being fat high blood sugar tobacco use alcohol use. So British eighty three point three years chairman's eighty three point two Australian eighty four point one Syria growing up to seventy eight point six so who's the top ten Spain. Japan Singapore Switzerland Portugal. Italy, Israel, France, Luxembourg and Australia. So US declining. Big thing that made us decline because remember this is a numbers game. We're the accidental drug overdoses. We don't hear how many people died in two thousand seventeen but the sixty three thousand number keeps haunting us for the year two thousand sixteen. Us losing. Thousand people do drug overdoses messed up our overall life expectancy. And so our life expectancy is an average. They look at everybody and the age of on they die, and if you have a bunch of younger people it starts to pull down the numbers. You would think life expectancy would be this. Let's look at all these older people. And of these older people how long are they living to? And then let's average like let's say you take fifty on up age fifty on up. I would probably do something more like that. But that's not how they do it. They go from age one to you know. So that if somebody let's say died as a kid God forbid, or whatever it skews the numbers, but I would say let's just start with older individuals and look at that fifties old, but you know, we don't have as many people dropping dead of overdoses in their fifties. Like, we do when they're younger, and and then see how long these people are living to. And if we see the average older person is living to eighty ninety whatever come up with that number. But it doesn't work that way. Now, they also say obesity in adults is at its highest rate ever. Well, of course, because we stopped smoking. That's to the National Center for health statistics. They see nearly four every ten adults in eighteen point five percent. Children of the children in the US are obese. Okay. So obesity in children lot of factors causing obesity. Right. Right. In terms of kids. They're just playing outside. They're not working up a sweat people. Now have asthma food allergies. They're addicted to their computer, they're not exercising. But the one thing that's very very interesting is even some of these heavy kits. They get skinny in their teenagers. When they start to Rome and the hormones rise. You know? Nandor metabolism goes up, and they have great metabolism of puberty, the gain some weight, and then a lot of skinny up, then they go back to their old ways. They get heavy again. The other thing too is back in the old days people would smoke and again, I'm not saying, I'm not pro smoking. I'm not, but we keep on, you know. Brush it under the rug that people like to put things in the mouth. And once we took cigarettes away, we now have people going towards vaping. And we've got to do something with the vaping people are gonna go to marijuana put something in the mouth. And since Rabin told sugars bad sugars bad sugars bad. Are we going to start chewing on pencils against pencils? Pens are bad because you get lead poisoning. I've got the chew on something. So then I got well you got in trouble at school for chewing gum. So then I would try to suck a jolly rancher. I got in trouble for that too. So I didn't know that. I bet my nails. Senate bit my nails. I some of us just are very orally fixated where we just like to chew on things when we get hungry. We put something in her mouth. I wasn't really big on being keys and pacifies as a baby. One of my kids was he loves has been key. Viki? They've viki. All right. So these rates are going up. We have other countries that are going to kick our butts now. Unfortunately. African countries have usually been at the bottom of the rankings. But they are going to see lifespan rises. Unfortunately, some of them like their life span is only down to fifty seven point three years. They say Lesotho is at forty five point three year average life expectancy. So obviously, the more highly industrialized better. But now, let's talk about healthcare. Let's look at these. Let's look at these top Ted Spain Japan Singapore Switzerland Portugal. Italy Israel, France, Luxembourg in Australia. Having government run healthcare or government, subsidized tax subsidized healthcare. Is that what we need to live longer? Well, this is what I wanna know. In Spain whose life expectancy is eighty five point eight years is everybody putting money into the pot. Remember to miracle only about half of the country pays taxes or being told fifty percent, actually pay taxes. Do you get away with that in Spain? I don't think so I don't think you get away with that Israel don't think you've get away with that in Japan. And so if we don't have money coming in we can't be putting money out. We're also very spoilt in America. Very spoiled. We want our test. Now, we we we've had a privatized system, and I've loved a privatized system, but we are not going to have people want to wait three months. Four number. I. Look at what happened with HMO's. People hate HMO's. They made a comeback with ObamaCare, but they heat HMO. And let's go back to ObamaCare did ObamaCare. We talk about the life expectancy dropping over the last few years did ObamaCare of anything to do with it. Everybody who loved ObamaCare was. No, no, no, no inexpensive, Medicare, Medicaid, which is something. I wanted. But the one thing I noticed. Especially with me, and my family and a bunch of people is once our deductibles went up to multiple thousands a year, we just stopped going to the doctor. So I skip to my mammogram size. Get my Pap smear. I skipped my colonoscopy. I I start to skip things because of the deductible. It was just too much. And so. You wonder if some people who did not live as long as they wanted to missed something. Because now the deductibles too high they have to come up too much out of pocket. So not go to the doctor. Life expectancy would go up with ObamaCare. If it really gave people insurance looks like

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