18 Burst results for "Ncbi"

"ncbi" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

06:40 min | 2 d ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"His mouth. Sometimes when he's giving me a face party and he makes slurping noises like he's finishing drinking water out of a cup now. He's asked me to squirt in a cup next time so he can make it to take a shot. How do i put an end to this. Because i think it's p. And he's insistent isn't i don't wanna pick from drinking my pissed like bear grylls zoo. You want this you gotta you gotta let them take the shot you got. You gotta let him do it. I apologize to everyone. I've never been in a situation like this. I don't think that it wouldn't be the first thing that would occur to me to request you got. It's no skin off your back if waste not want not. That's perfectly good hydration. The funniest part is her going. It's piss i'm pissing. He's like no. It's not yeah that's the thing so you can probably trace this back to your guy just likes it because he feels like a real man when he makes you squirt. So i don't know. I think you gotta let him do it. I don't want this. Charlie bridge is transferred. He quit Utah transfer shouldn't say quit quit you know. He did quit utah. He did quit utah but yes he transferred again. All right transfer. Jake you want to weigh in on this one. I mean your tongue king you. Don't you love box. Yeah of course. I don't know this. No shave confirm. I don't understand how. It's not pissed. But i also don't understand anatomy was when you come actually stump in there. Yeah there's definitely some like leftover in the chamber there's p. arles no if you hook up a a beer keg to the sprite line in the i drink that you poor taste like it's got a little limited hi guys my fiance and i recently got engaged in our planning our wedding. He's a longtime awol and has been trying for years to get me to listen regularly. Anyway i like to formally invite y'all to our wedding. It's march two thousand twenty three in tallahassee florida. Going to be watching college basketball. No thank you so thanks thank you for the invite We regret our. Regrettably declined coach their march tallahassee yet. Can't make it twenty twenty three ship avatars. Sixers coming out that weekend so no. That's college basketball. I'm sorry but you can't. You can't do that. You can't oh speaking of college basketball shall jj rettig helper career de retired without drawing it out in a year long ceremony where everyone's sucks his dick congratulations to him. What it's a good thing to do. Yeah where what part of what i just said was incorrect. I love jj Absolute legend college basketball legend. If he announced he was retiring a year early i don't think his nba accolades would merit him. A of. he's one of the best shooters of all time. Farewelled there i mean. Wow sounds like you really do. I don't think i i don't think goes a good analogy by big cat hating. Because that's what he does because he's hey oh guess what. Jj now you're stepping into. The podcasting octagon fulltime this. Now it's real now. The rivalries real. Okay yep you off verse. Big cat brawl bropher all. Bring it on bitch. I really got anything. Wrap up yet. Aaron rodgers discount double check promoting buying insurance also promotes. Insurance fraud could add to Does anyone actually floss quick. Nope no one actually flaws occasionally. Yeah when you have like steak in your floss every day like you know when you know when you corn yes listen you can. You can either floss. Or if your girls squirts just are just blackout there was a study done on squirting were the hook and mri machine someone bladder and we go on that. You came out empty weight. So it's pissed. What about the floss. I was just asking. 'cause people were like. Oh you floss fucking. Everyone always talks about floss foster fox. The fox lawsuit it's injure. It sucks flossy. We're gonna leave. I've got those little of plastic things laying around. I will occasionally use those my teeth feel weird right now because there isn't a bunch of shit in between to clean. Yeah so eight billion. This study the doctor put a woman in an mri machine then gore and then had her squirt while he watched this john. Dr yeah this is a you porn. It was on. Ncbi what's that list of studies list stuff and also list of letters and cb l. I got some lists jack. Zach wilson also had the fastest. Throw this week on this. We account for points in the first two weeks. He had a fifty nine point nine. Nine mph pass completion probably the fastest two fastest hard intercept. Some so fast. Hey laser yeah said it. Keep that in mind. That's good reeser. Orly's her arm is what he said. Leaser arm it's hard to do the recaps of sunday nights. Yeah no that was good. That was a good list. Yeah i like that. Zach wilson stat. It's going to be zach. Wilson is going to be a very funny thing. That happens to this podcast as you attempt to find a way to spin this in a positive he will end up on this podcast. We'll see when when he's sick what he's out of the league. No we say oh lights it up. And then we're like he's going to get a job at barstool and a couple of years when he's had the league it's gonna be billions. Zach billion zach. Talk ball talk. Sickest throes of the weak by the way. Your money's monday night. Recap was awesome throws six quarterback in the name metoo we you know we both actually speed. I answer wait wait. What was that did you see about sixty have watch emerged today. Penguins anyone francis eighty.

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"ncbi" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

06:40 min | 2 d ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"His mouth. Sometimes when he's giving me a face party and he makes slurping noises like he's finishing drinking water out of a cup now. He's asked me to squirt in a cup next time so he can make it to take a shot. How do i put an end to this. Because i think it's p. And he's insistent isn't i don't wanna pick from drinking my pissed like bear grylls zoo. You want this you gotta you gotta let them take the shot you got. You gotta let him do it. I apologize to everyone. I've never been in a situation like this. I don't think that it wouldn't be the first thing that would occur to me to request you got. It's no skin off your back if waste not want not. That's perfectly good hydration. The funniest part is her going. It's piss i'm pissing. He's like no. It's not yeah that's the thing so you can probably trace this back to your guy just likes it because he feels like a real man when he makes you squirt. So i don't know. I think you gotta let him do it. I don't want this. Charlie bridge is transferred. He quit Utah transfer shouldn't say quit quit you know. He did quit utah. He did quit utah but yes he transferred again. All right transfer. Jake you want to weigh in on this one. I mean your tongue king you. Don't you love box. Yeah of course. I don't know this. No shave confirm. I don't understand how. It's not pissed. But i also don't understand anatomy was when you come actually stump in there. Yeah there's definitely some like leftover in the chamber there's p. arles no if you hook up a a beer keg to the sprite line in the i drink that you poor taste like it's got a little limited hi guys my fiance and i recently got engaged in our planning our wedding. He's a longtime awol and has been trying for years to get me to listen regularly. Anyway i like to formally invite y'all to our wedding. It's march two thousand twenty three in tallahassee florida. Going to be watching college basketball. No thank you so thanks thank you for the invite We regret our. Regrettably declined coach their march tallahassee yet. Can't make it twenty twenty three ship avatars. Sixers coming out that weekend so no. That's college basketball. I'm sorry but you can't. You can't do that. You can't oh speaking of college basketball shall jj rettig helper career de retired without drawing it out in a year long ceremony where everyone's sucks his dick congratulations to him. What it's a good thing to do. Yeah where what part of what i just said was incorrect. I love jj Absolute legend college basketball legend. If he announced he was retiring a year early i don't think his nba accolades would merit him. A of. he's one of the best shooters of all time. Farewelled there i mean. Wow sounds like you really do. I don't think i i don't think goes a good analogy by big cat hating. Because that's what he does because he's hey oh guess what. Jj now you're stepping into. The podcasting octagon fulltime this. Now it's real now. The rivalries real. Okay yep you off verse. Big cat brawl bropher all. Bring it on bitch. I really got anything. Wrap up yet. Aaron rodgers discount double check promoting buying insurance also promotes. Insurance fraud could add to Does anyone actually floss quick. Nope no one actually flaws occasionally. Yeah when you have like steak in your floss every day like you know when you know when you corn yes listen you can. You can either floss. Or if your girls squirts just are just blackout there was a study done on squirting were the hook and mri machine someone bladder and we go on that. You came out empty weight. So it's pissed. What about the floss. I was just asking. 'cause people were like. Oh you floss fucking. Everyone always talks about floss foster fox. The fox lawsuit it's injure. It sucks flossy. We're gonna leave. I've got those little of plastic things laying around. I will occasionally use those my teeth feel weird right now because there isn't a bunch of shit in between to clean. Yeah so eight billion. This study the doctor put a woman in an mri machine then gore and then had her squirt while he watched this john. Dr yeah this is a you porn. It was on. Ncbi what's that list of studies list stuff and also list of letters and cb l. I got some lists jack. Zach wilson also had the fastest. Throw this week on this. We account for points in the first two weeks. He had a fifty nine point nine. Nine mph pass completion probably the fastest two fastest hard intercept. Some so fast. Hey laser yeah said it. Keep that in mind. That's good reeser. Orly's her arm is what he said. Leaser arm it's hard to do the recaps of sunday nights. Yeah no that was good. That was a good list. Yeah i like that. Zach wilson stat. It's going to be zach. Wilson is going to be a very funny thing. That happens to this podcast as you attempt to find a way to spin this in a positive he will end up on this podcast. We'll see when when he's sick what he's out of the league. No we say oh lights it up. And then we're like he's going to get a job at barstool and a couple of years when he's had the league it's gonna be billions. Zach billion zach. Talk ball talk. Sickest throes of the weak by the way. Your money's monday night. Recap was awesome throws six quarterback in the name metoo we you know we both actually speed. I answer wait wait. What was that did you see about sixty have watch emerged today. Penguins anyone francis eighty.

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"ncbi" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

02:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"To everybody who sent a memory today. Thank you hi j just listening to you in dublin As i have done since after car in february am just with nine eleven. He was nine when it happened. Shark my tenth birthday and it was a big day in our house really Because i a few weeks before hadn't touch gotten Desktop computer and like that's twenty years. Gonna they were big both key things to tell him. And and back day brain mining from the ncbi. Who's one of their and tech guys. He and his dog came out to us to visit us. Husak day to put the computer together. Show me how to use it. Because he was earning touch type at the time. And i am partially so you should. So am i needed. The computer just hit me. Keep up with my schoolwork because they struggle with things like racing. And but i remember coming in from school and i take. The excitement was sorer reverend getting getting to use the computer and meeting breaking his dog. I suppose more more. Solve the guy dog really because all she was a big of say she's lovely fluffy dog and but obviously we were in and out of the from them and the the attacks were unfolding on tv. And i remember i i. Everyone thought it was an accident. I think after the first plane but then after the second plane they kept saying the word terrorist attack on tv. And i was like way way. Would someone do that. I just as a child. Obviously i couldn't get my head around dish and for a while lemons in all. I think at first when when it was on tv. I was wondering like walk over fitting was this. I taught we were watching. The kind of mom would watch the opinion mine on cork's mentesa. Fm recommit cardi insurance group. Call in person or call them now. They don't just talk the talk. They walked log the mig dot. I you're listening to highlights from the opinion line on cork's ninety-six an you're the full show on our app by podcast or on ninety-six dot e..

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"ncbi" Discussed on American Ag Today

American Ag Today

04:03 min | Last month

"ncbi" Discussed on American Ag Today

"Jesse allen here for the american league net work. At the ncaa convention nashville. Catch it on out with greg. Haines with the was beat. Four greg. it's great to see you here. The candle industry convention sir. Hey jesse great to see you in person again. Yeah now that we're finally having meetings where we can be here. It's nice now. We've talked a couple of times video chat kind of got used to that whole thing and and now getting to be back in person. And i think as well you know for for the cb celebrating thirty five years here this week and have never went back in person and seeing the trade show and everyone talking and exchanging ideas. It's got to be a great thing to see. It's really good. I think the mood is really positive to you. As you mentioned we have thirty five years of the checkoff to celebrate here. And you know looking back. It's been good because you know when the checkup was first implemented thirty five years ago vif was in a free fall. And i think a lot of people forget that you know things have been pretty good and it hasn't been great but i mean relatively it's been pretty good and so you look back then. When consumer demand was dropping beef was blamed for killing kids at fast food. And you were supposed to eat any fat and cholesterol and all that. So we've really come a long way in the thirty. Five years in the industry came together and and put this program into place. And now i think we're seeing the benefits actually have to convince. In this morning they had cattle facts there and they noted that consumer demand for beef is the highest. It's been thirty three years so that's pretty good. That is very good. That is very very good. And of course you know celebrating thirty five years of the checkoff and celebrating beef here. This week wouldn't be possible without great people. And i know of course you Countless before rolled out the great new award here today. You want to talk about yesterday. I should say you wanna talk about that a little bit. Yeah like you said. There were a lot of people who are really engaged in involved in trying to come up with something to support the industry and it wasn't an easy task you have we've got producers all across the country and it's i had you come up with something that a producer in florida versus washington state will support that it'd be excited about it and it will work for them so it took a couple tries but that finally was able to happen. We got you almost eighty percent of the producers supporting it so that was huge and then as it gets going how do you launch it. And how did you get it moving and moving in the right direction and so we were looking at a way to really be able to honor those people. Because we've never had an award like that you know in the thirty five year history so this year we launched the visionary award and so our first recipient was an easy choice for us. Houser i chair joanne smith. She was the one who really helped lead that drive and then came in and was at the helm of for the first few years as it was getting going very easy choice and very well deserved choice. I think for that award as well greg. You know different meetings. You've had this week different discussions. What are some of the things that you're taking away from this. Ncbi convention that the cows before it's going to be looking at here as we move forward in the future right. I think you're just looking at the check outside. It's good to see. There's a very positive attitude here about what's going on you. We have producers from all over the country. And i think that support that they're showing and the feedback they're giving to the programs has been very good. This is the meeting where we do. Have all the committees and all the contractors who are doing. The programs are presenting at those different committees. And these committees are all made up of producers from all over the country and so they're giving feedback and input on these programs and then those contractors take that back they're getting that producer producer input and then next month in denver will meet with operating committee. And they'll make those final funding decisions so just that discussion on the different programs and initiatives that are a threat has been has been super positive while greg a lot of great things coming out of this week i appreciate you taking a few minutes to join us here today and again. Great to see him bursar. Yeah no thanks jesse. Appreciate it and looking forward to seeing you again here..

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"ncbi" Discussed on American Ag Today

American Ag Today

05:22 min | Last month

"ncbi" Discussed on American Ag Today

"Welcome into american. Act today. Produced by the american egg network. I'm your host jesse allen. Well last week. I spent time at the cattle industry convention and ncbi trade show in nashville to talk with a lot of different folks. One of which is the incoming president for the end. Cba don she full bind and we caught up with don and talk to him about a wide range of topics here. Is that interview. Well don we have a lot of things we could talk about. I think a good place to start with you being a minnesota know. You're kind of minnesota's on in the drought on the edge of the severe drought in parts of the dakotas. And some of those western states. Talk about just what you're seeing the effects of droughts and how that's impacting our cattle ranchers across the country right. Now it's a tough emotional deal. I mean living breathing it every day. He you know you see the rain chance build up you see the clouds begin to bill o. And then all as many have seen before the chance goes from seventy two fifty two twenty two zero and see those rains go by so it's day to day you're trying to figure out. What can we do today to stay into the business in an are part of the world. What we do is we just go. Deeper down into the swamps with putting up hay putting up fences the last week we both fencing and hang ground that in our history. No one can recall cattle ever being there. So it's it's dry. Yeah on you think about that. In the hey situation shortages were starting to hear that just when everything burning up and you know you got to start thinking about that. And i know it's a tough call for a lot of producers right now decide and do we liquidate are heard. What what do we do here. We don't have anything to feed them. And i know that's a big concern. Yeah at the cost. You're looking at you know if you're replacing thirty dollars a month kind are grazing with three hundred dollars for hey equivalent which is kind of wear. The trade is right now. That's a big economic challenge. You know. I hope that they find various ways. Because if you look at the cattle market it looks like we're on the verge so if there's any way to kind of keep the factory if you will together it looks like we're about to pull out of kind of this gray zone into a pretty nice zone if we can do all weekend. So that's what our family's doing at home as we're struggling to figure out any way means to keep the factory in moving forward you know. I think a lot of producers as well you know taking very very big look at the kennel markets. I know that's another issue now. On top of weather and all the concerns we have there but obviously the the fight between packers into packer margins..

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"ncbi" Discussed on American Ag Today

American Ag Today

04:56 min | Last month

"ncbi" Discussed on American Ag Today

"Well this week. We spent time at the kennel. Industry convention in nashville. And we got a chance to catch up with ethan lane. Who is the vice president of government affairs with the national cattlemen's beef association talked about a wide range of topics and we talked before the passage of the senate infrastructure bill which came down later that day. But we still had a great discussion with ethan about that and some of the challenges that could face in the house of representatives and much more moving forward here is that interview we had with ethan lane of ncbi now easing lane with the ncaa. And ethan appreciate you joining us here today on. Aoa thanks for having me Let's start with that infrastructure package on capitol hill. and all. that's a big topic right now. Talk about the latest. You're hearing some of the things. Ncbi's looking at with that package ethan. Well it's starting to feel like groundhog day in washington with this package and we are kind of getting close. It looks like passage in the senate of that hard infrastructure package. that's the real nuts and bolts roads and bridges and tunnels and wi fi. And things that are important to people all over the country. The rub is still what's going to happen to that when we get over to the house side. Nancy pelosi has made it clear. She doesn't want to move that package without that human infrastructures with they're calling it three and a half trillion dollar budget reconciliation package..

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"ncbi" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"ncbi" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"My name is aaron. And i'm working as since you started this officer with the ncbi for viewers and our listeners. Today that is actually kinds of blind all the way over in ireland and one of the services at insight which i have been heavily involved in over the last number of years is the library access service and about three years ago. We sold to go international to find best practice solutions to major problem. We were having <hes>. When it came to blind division students accessing their curriculum in a timely former that question indeed has brought us to attack. Who are who. We ultimately partnered with to create the largest digital library in ireland which is now called berkshire are. I'm delighted to say that we've been joined here today by katie bieler. Who is product manager in global literacy at benedict who has played a huge role in bringing book shirt. Ireland so katie. Maybe we'll just start off by telling us a little bit about yourself on indeed butcher. Thanks our end banking introduction as you said. I am product manager global education and literacy <unk>. I came to software product management by way of the publishing industry actually and have worked and software service products for almost ten years. Now i joined about two years ago. And i'm one of the leaf product managers on cher bookstore. Initiative is the world's largest digital library of accessible e books for people who read differently with people or book share people with dyslexia linus low vision. Zero quasi and other print disabilities can access over nine hundred. Fifty thousand evokes informat audio audio plus islands tax radio enlarge on the gook share team. I have the great privilege of helping to create another way. Book share members to read their books by adding smart speaker option.

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Aaron Mullaniff and Katy Beehler Discuss Bookshare, an Accessible Online Library

VOICE Global 2021

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Aaron Mullaniff and Katy Beehler Discuss Bookshare, an Accessible Online Library

"My name is aaron. And i'm working as since you started this officer with the ncbi for viewers and our listeners. Today that is actually kinds of blind all the way over in ireland and one of the services at insight which i have been heavily involved in over the last number of years is the library access service and about three years ago. We sold to go international to find best practice solutions to major problem. We were having When it came to blind division students accessing their curriculum in a timely former that question indeed has brought us to attack. Who are who. We ultimately partnered with to create the largest digital library in ireland which is now called berkshire are. I'm delighted to say that we've been joined here today by katie bieler. Who is product manager in global literacy at benedict who has played a huge role in bringing book shirt. Ireland so katie. Maybe we'll just start off by telling us a little bit about yourself on indeed butcher. Thanks our end banking introduction as you said. I am product manager global education and literacy I came to software product management by way of the publishing industry actually and have worked and software service products for almost ten years. Now i joined about two years ago. And i'm one of the leaf product managers on cher bookstore. Initiative is the world's largest digital library of accessible e books for people who read differently with people or book share people with dyslexia linus low vision. Zero quasi and other print disabilities can access over nine hundred. Fifty thousand evokes informat audio audio plus islands tax radio enlarge on the gook share team. I have the great privilege of helping to create another way. Book share members to read their books by adding smart speaker option.

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"ncbi" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"I i agree. Medicinal racism cliff wrote excited delirium syndrome e. x. d. is syndrome not an actual disease quoting syndrome is a set of medical signs and symptoms which are correlated with each other and often associated with a particular disease or disorder. The word derived from the greek. I don't read greek meaning occurrence when send him as paired with the definite cause this becomes a disease end quote and that's from the ncbi dot in l. dot h dot gov site. So thank you for that. Well here's another syndrome that most people call him cancel culture and how over uses is that become rate uses it the most the right the ones that created cancel culture exactly slack a a serial killer. I'm only a serial killer on tuesday. Friday and sunday but all the other days i'm good it's been real killer. It's funny how they selectively apply to so so when we when we inject truth into a conversation relevant around history trying to our culture. You know very very interesting but the original the original cancel culture community yup amazing. Yep thank you for that Research in chat folks. Thank you very much. Welcome everyone that's just joined us here recently in the last few minutes beth beth do all right. Let's see our next artistic whole title reads well a native led initiative spur an agricultural revolution enroll alaska So the grassroots project to build biomass heated greenhouses aims to alleviate food insecurity in the communities most affected by it grassroots project to build biomass heated greenhouses. It repeated itself. Okay all right. So get into this. Little bit says when eva dawn burke i saw calypso farm and center in twenty nineteen She felt enchanted. Calypso is an educational farm tucked away in a What does that word brother boreal boreal. Okay sorry a boreal forest in ester alaska near fairbanks to burke it looked like a sub arctic eden encompassing vegetable and flower gardens greenhouses goats sheep honeybees a nature trail and more in a pandemic summers the property teams with local kids and aspiring farmers who converge on the terraced hillside for hands on.

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"ncbi" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"You have john boyega which Franck girls as light. Works is not gonna work like that so you're not gonna have your anatomy is going to react. How it is you're horny. You'll act like that so a might want some consideration it might cause you have the choice choice. As as the goal babbit choice is keta kids. Nobody teaches us in the abusing Don't have data of parents that teaches you about sex in while affirming agenda at times i in having is really no steady All mike less than dr in understand that but how oregon do is just joining in all conversations Looking up just let him be and see mama angles because bisexuality. 'cause you know i'm bisexual by way of but bisexuality is not just black and white free. Everybody is not just like you like men it. Yeah like a spectrum sued in a cell alydar some statistics on ncbi in Sample one hundred twenty to transmit from san francisco. Most of them were on suspect already. All gay year eighty percent was you. Eighty percent eighty one percent success from our disastrous Sixty nine percent experience. New sexual behaviors changes sexual attractions was only forty. Nine percent increase activity sexual activity. When up seventy two persson Three percent has sissmann partners before two stats role. Twenty five percent has this man partners after starnes us wrong. Four percent were with trans women before to sas run in thirteen percent after In most of transmit that were attracted to men in in the area was attracted to this game. So that's why. I said mine has been different because it wasn't like it. Just wish to an attraction to gay me. It just stayed the same as far as the type of men like or contracted to in wanna have sex with so in some guys. It's like i could see them liking gay man referring gay men because they feel a firm as me like if forget galaxy me. All of them was really like may like. I'm pretty sure some villa firmed in their gender the after Negate over like the lead newsweek Like it's almost become a very be it. A the girls are living in how child. We're the trade where the trade is affirms. The dolls no what i wanted to say when we say the train affirms money would i tip to the strip club and they sang dan. Baby girl what's up. That's what a i we. I never i the as we. They never give me some life. But i i look at them that now. You superman yeah. I probably light blue. I looked at them as like a curiosity. But as far as affirming my gym no it was always the trade. Maybe it was la will united we affirmative you and you know what to piggyback arming. Enrich speaking backup. You say you know you wasn't released. attracted selection event. Our really. i'm not how this works with my mind. But i've known you be a you been on some dikshit. I like this and you you you have way more. If you assist woman. I would be surprised me like our visa rise if that was not. She says she apis was put Perform that was a format. Was trying to do it for the trade. I really.

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"ncbi" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

03:36 min | 9 months ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"I have hypotheses based on my clinical observations of the children with whom i work but we need many years of controlled studies to know which types of movement under which types of conditions will help which types of kids. So then i now. I can answer your question because it's always very important right. It's very important to know that There's a lot more research to be done what we know auditory neuroscience and some work in language is that beats. I call it competency because to me. It's a skill but in the literature. If you go to ncbi look it up. You're gonna find the term beat salen city the ability to perceive and respond in time to beat motoric. Auditory and visually is associated with better brain fitness. So most of these most of these studies are mostly done with finger tapping because they need to really have control when doing random controlled designs have to have interventions that you can control well so many of them. Are this finger tapping although consistent with one of your podcasts. They are now using motion capture cameras. And i've been in some of those labs that have like literally nineteen motion capture cameras around the perimeter of the sailing. That's gonna that's gonna speed along this research really nicely because developmental ists know that motor cognition go together but that hasn't really gotten to physical education and education that much yet but it's coming because in two thousand and thirteen. I might have been able to collect thirty studies on this yesterday. I reorganized my research on. I have a little research library. And i had over three hundred studies. Not only on motor timing but is just fascinating. Because i could talk about this forever. So i'll just try to be more specific We are rhythmic humans beef. When we were animals we used with mississippi to an sound to communicate with one another so musicality is very deep in our genetic design. Then we were able to develop language which came from emitting sounds and so tempo timing and rhythm even if you just think of it. Ali in the the exercise of is speak you speak. I speak use being just that. I call that like it's like it's kind.

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"ncbi" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"About conversion rates. Videos and I know exactly. Thousand. People Click on the video maybe only ten of them subscribe. Always, a conversion rate in life and yeah and I think to be making to make normalize and celebrated success. I think is the most important in this journey who so? I. DON'T WANNA GET Too much of a clean break here and I do WanNa talk about your Youtube Channel and we will talk about it soon. But. We started talking about Lincoln. Talking about skills and skills that you were trying. To tally up what you had accrued throughout your journey but. Excuse me. But. What I what I was wanting to ask now is. So, once you did this introspection once you looked at, okay. What can I put on linked in this this this this. I imagine you found gaps what what did you do What were what what initiates initiatives that you take to then fill out some gaps that you found that you that you thought okay. You know this I can I can get this extra skill I can. Do this extra networking etcetera etcetera. What and I imagine that you. In the middle of this process. Now, right that that you're looking for a position and again thinking about listeners and listens to who might be in the same situation, what strategies have been winning strategies for you. Well. I was a winning strategy could be overstatement since I come I myself. I got the job yet but I do have a strategy is i. Read People's Profile. And other times I analyzed how they structure the words and Watson those they use and it may be a right. The Iran might may not be anything right to wrong but I I would be. Giving a score in my head like where does it reads? Maybe some people use like coffee symbol or some people use like an Arrow Ha I need to change my actually but like the ongoing process and there's no one and done do for in. But I think keep breathing what people put their and knowing this gives the valued like maybe that that specific species name that I have worked on not it's rather than thinking. Maybe they value the skews of like searching for genes on NCBI platform and blast know like those could be the key word and you never know so I think taking good time backward to look at what you have and don't lie about what you don't overstate it. But like also to see what how people frame it, and what are these people especially those who has already you know they probably have a lane profile that's working so. Dot to take note and learn. And about. 'CAUSE here we're talking about how to kind of format and and we're talking. About creating a nice. Nice Very well tailored profile link in. But what about you know in in day-to-day life? Skills that you that you. That you. Feel that you were lacking in. In these last few months. What have you been doing kind of to fill up those gaps in black I'm glad you asked this question because I did. Take a lot of initiatives during my free time when I am officially unemployed well, I would tell my previous boss. I was do writing a manuscript for her like it's ongoing. But like I also had taken a lot of self improvement time first of all I started. Thinking that you know I can't have this negative moment of my life be a training woman and I need some food for by praying that is nutritious for me to do meaningful things. I turned to books that are helpful like the like Basically Shea Book Rich Dad Poor Dad. But I think is really good rate because it talks about being rich and being poor is the state that what is decided or what what you do it right now decide whether you're rich poor is not whether your bank has money or not and I. think that means a word to me at this moment because I understood that if I m taking myself as a leader and if I am training and improving myself as if I were working in that big pharmaceutical company and what I would do as their employees in the future, maybe I will end up in one you know. It's important to to make that I commitment to to be a rich mind person and I I mean financially. But like I think maybe financial come a long after. So and also Walk Rich Dad Poor Dad has taught me Tako message was we may be one skill away from the job. Being very successful, and in my case, I think it resonates with PhD we are trained and tunnel vision to one particular. Discipline. One tool but sometime, we may just need one skills like law accounting but computer coding like for me. I have taken a few online courses on Pizon and a little bit of machine learning I also took have taken clinical research pharmacology classes. Those two were offered by Nih and I did the certification after that. So updated those on my lenten profile and also was. Both enough to write a post about it. So people saw that I I was committing my time to improve and got the skills and knowledge of clinical research because I'm a biologist which I say basic science research. But I was surprised by how similar we are. Because by statistics like it's The p value is the same meta-analysis, the same like hypothesis testing. I use her US human. Difference and I think that's that's an important thing to convey, and if I haven't learned and heaven taken a look from the other perspective through those courses because I felt like you can't invent your skills from nothing, you have to take a perspective from the other and then creates that list of what is desirable. So after that car, I actually got the phone calls from recruiters. Ask about my background. because. So you building something and then you're you're leveraging your Lincoln profile to kind of show what you're what you're doing, and again show that you're open for business A. Blueprint and I just just tell you the all the people. I know that are working in regulatory or medical writing beach freelance or or not they all come they. The they studied birds the studied And now they're they're working in Pharma. So I totally agree that the so many transferable skills and that it's you know. Once, you acquired these specific skills that you are that you've been talking that you talked about let's say from the. H.. You become a really really great candidate and I think again, listeners out there great blueprint follow. Comment.

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"ncbi" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"ncbi" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

"That is efficacious and specific for a level four efficacious. It has been found to be applicable for anxiety. Adhd chronic pain constipation in adults epilepsy headaches in adults and hypertension as well as motion sickness. Rano disease and temporal mandibular disorder for level. Three probably efficacious. Nee found alcoholism slash substance abuse. Arthritis Diabetes Mellitus fecal incontinence headaches in children insomnia traumatic brain injuries urinary incontinence in males and Volker Vestige elitest to be on the applicability list for level to possibly efficacious were asthma autism bells and cerebral palsy chronic obstructive pulmonary disease coronary artery disease cystic fibrosis depressive. Disorders erectile dysfunction fibromyalgia slash chronic fatigue syndrome hand. Estonia IBS PTSD repetitive strain injury respiratory failure with mechanical ventilation strokes tonight and urinary incontinence in children for Level one which is the anecdotal evidence but no scientific research at that time was eating disorders. Immune function spinal cord injury and syncope. Which is a temporary loss of consciousness caused by a fall in your blood pressure the specific article. I referenced in This Day is called biofeedback in medicine who win Y and how by Frank at all in twenty ten within the Journal Mental Health in Family Medicine Mayor have very likely been some more recent studies in the past ten years but I really liked the way that this was outlined and was pretty straightforward for lay people as well they did a great job in explaining their definitions and the background for those definitions as in the case of conditioning and operate conditioning within the realm of biofeedback specifically. So this is a really great article if you guys are interested in reviewing the table for the biofeedback training that's been proven to be efficacious. They do have a full table of that online on the article. You can read full article online for free. I read it on in. Ncbi and I really enjoyed it. Keep in mind that the lower levels don't necessarily mean it's not effective but rather that it has not been shown to be effective yet at the time of the writing of this article. So they're very well may be some things on the lower levels level three and below that are education but didn't meet the criteria at the time but have in the past ten years. So if you go and check out the list yourself or if you have questions about something that wasn't on the list then you may also want to Google that efficacy rating for this specific disorder. In which you are interested you could also ask your doctor about the efficacy rating of the specific biofeedback training. That they may recommend the most heartening part of this article. I believe though is seeing the empirical evidence that biofeedback training really works. Not just for wellness and relaxation. But also for helping with medical conditions that you might not really consider like urinary incontinence or chronic pain or even epilepsy and headaches. I do experience migraines in my personal life and this would perhaps be a very large help for me and for other folks who also experienced these excruciating headaches. It never would have occurred to me that it could help in the fair apy for epilepsy. But that is why we have these articles out here. And that is the beauty of specialization of trade. We have all of these folks out in the world who are experts in the individual things that they love that that their soul on fire and that bring passion and intellectual discovery into their lives and into the world in general it were just up to me. I would never have discovered that on my own but it turns out that biofeedback training has a very broad spectrum of illnesses disorders and diseases that it can treat so if you feel like you would like to try this out to address your specific ailments. Go ahead and talk to your doctor about it. Thank you for tuning in to the GSM see health and wellness podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I'd like to ask that you please subscribe to the show and writing. A Nice Review always really helps us. Also if you could please follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram at appreciate it. Thank you kindly and have a good night. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts health and wellness. Podcast part of the Golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. Www DOT s.

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"ncbi" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"ncbi" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Switch the circulating nanoparticles on an off in specific brain regions. So anything that has a potential for good also has a potential for being misused in a non an evil type of way so we also need to be very careful because these technologies have two sides. Insane Sore. I had to bring that up. Thank you I appreciate it. A and then there's also about well we'll come back to chloroquine later but I've got four more headlines. Ub Therapy before wherever you WANNA go include some more from years from your research on you come forward. So there's one headline is has ultraviolet radiation. Is it time to remember the cure? That time forgot and Their source from the NCBI National Health National Institutes out and I'm and says ultraviolet blood radiation irradiation was extensively use in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties to treat many diseases including septicemia pneumonia tuberculosis arthritis. Asthma even poliomyelitis the earlier. The early studies were carried out by several physicians in the United States and publishing the American Journal of surgery however with the development of antibiotics the use of UPI declined and it has now been called the cure. The time for got later studies were mostly performed by Russian workers and in other Eastern countries and the modern view in Western countries is that you be remains highly controversial district you discusses potential of UB. I as an alternative approach to per peasants used to treat infections as an immune modulating therapy and as a method for normalizing blood parameters. Okay so I will include linked to that study and there's another headline researchers new ultraviolet technologies safe for humans lethal for corona virus. A Columbia University researcher. This week's new ultraviolet technology he helped develop is a game changer that has shown for killing the Novell. Novacor virus in indoor places without harming human skin the findings echo other studies have found you. Technology could potentially sterilize the novell corona virus on surfaces and the air this week the media and their Democrat allies lambasted the United States President Donald Trump. I suggesting that health official could health officials pig use. Uv light to treat devices. I've got two more headlights. One of them is UV LIGHT. That is safe for humans but banned for bacteria and viruses articles can be found in. I put the link and I will send to you the findings from the new study published in a scientific reports article entitled Far. Ub See light a new tool to control. The spread of airborne medicated medicated. Michael Violence seizes suggests that the use of overhead far. You see lights. In hospitals doctors offices schools. Airports Airplanes and other public spaces could provide powerful check on seasonal influenza epidemic as well as influenza pandemics in the just one more usually the eye or ud therapy it's a direct quote from an article in Oxygen Healing Therapy Satcom also known as photo in luminescence and ultraviolet light irradiation. Therapy usually be ultraviolet. Therapy has many similar to ozone therapy. You're the ultraviolet therapies of medical therapy with a foot in the blood is exposed to ultraviolet light as it is removed from the patient's body and then re introduced nations body. Some of this affects our improved circulation oxygenation of tissues anti inflammatory effects. Simulation of the immune system increased tolerance of the body to chemotherapy and radiation cardiovascular protection powerful anti infection properties near the ultra-violet therapy has few if any side effects and the beneficial effects are long lasting. It is easily combined with other medical therapies and economical defendable and gentle for the patient. Uv ultra-violet therapy has been used in human since nineteen twenty eight when it was first used in Germany on a woman die of sepsis which is usually fatal bacterial infection of the blood. She was here in two days so how many needless deaths have we had over the past seventy hundred years because Big Pharma. Did what as you some like that they would rather us use our Messina. Goals does the question. Should you know this is just like things that were when the Koran avars was making its way to the US that's a story that can be debated as to the time right away in New York City was called out to ground zero the companies? Like how can you know that when you haven't even seen how it might spread throughout the rest of the country but we knew that somehow things that just make me go? It's just amazing that our president mentioned something. And you know. I believe that he is a master troll of the he's playing fiddle because he says instant people think there he goes again but he's asking a question. There was nothing that he said the tow people to Drink. Bleach Break Wessel. Nothing he asked. The doctors were investigating different therapies. That he heard about the hockey did and Ruthie. That brings me to the points to why I called my reflection. The media is also to blame for that reason. Specifically because to me it was the one that started sensationalizing this and miscast misinterpret you know misquoting in their titles. And all of a sudden you're hearing all of these reports that people are calling poison control and and the statistics are up in a of people who have who have tried a disinfectant and. I'm like if people died. Who's responsible the president will the media? I mean there's some responsibility to you know I saw I a mean on social media and then read what it says. Okay and I don't know who Ashley created the mean but I do know who posted it. Okay so just. Similar by trump asked about white and disinfected injected into the body. There are two existing therapies. Uv therapy as well as ozone therapy. The one that has the left. All Roundup is awesome. Therapy this has been used for cancer. Patients o-3 has is infused into the body as To approve the intake of Oxygen. While ramping of the immune system the more efficiently killing bacteria and viruses. You can do your own search on the web if you want trump. Ask the expert off to the side of testing seems to be relative to a blind to the fires but of course all the major outlets and companies with like take his words out of context to make it sound like he lived with the Cameras. A new one soldier leauge. This affected inside. The body is indeed dangerous and should only be done by Dr a footnote. If you take crying out some vitamin C. Yourself you will wind up with its buildup of hydrogen peroxide inside the body. How'd you Roxie is a disinfectant? This is why vitamin C is so effective against viruses. On its own which leads me to discuss that Detroit over the weekend. I believe there was a raid by the FBI on a medical clinic where a doctor was infusing. I E therapy of high desert vitamin C for free to those first responders. Okay why would the FBI rate a medical office that is legally legally provide care to patients? I.

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"ncbi" Discussed on BioTech Nation Radio Podcast

BioTech Nation Radio Podcast

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"ncbi" Discussed on BioTech Nation Radio Podcast

"Understand that we value the right for consumers to to keep that data in their control. Thanks for coming in. Gary always pleasure more pleasure thank you tick nation regular contributor. Gerry davis is the chief consumer security evangelist at mcafee. I'm more gun. You're listening to tech nation. The testing of a single drug for safety generates a mountain of scientific data. and for every drug that succeeds. There are eight drugs that fail altogether generating a veritable mountain range of scientific data. I as krishnan annan balan the ceo of inventing. A i what happens to all that failed data and is it worth anything many times for drugs for things that succeed because all the data makes it all the way through to the fda and It's accessible through. All the goeman side clinical trials a the publications that come out. It's accessible through pubmed. Deny the ncbi which goeman funded agency does a really good job of making these available on a very regular basis to anyone who wants to do it but for the drugs that fail. It is still hard to actually access the clinical trial data although the fda past glaciation. I don't know whether it was five to six years ago. That companies are supposed to deposit all data even of the fatal drugs and they do deposit it but it sits fda and it's not that easily accessible and the reason is that no one makes an effort to actually go and clean it up and make it accessible so but all is not lost. If tech savvy and norwood look you can always look at that but nothing happens without an origin. Right there's always an origin everything so something doesn't make it to clinical development without proving it's value in the lab in the university and even even then there is a gap between proving some concept that works on the lab bench to showing that it's worthwhile enough to invest money and time to see whether it can be converted into a drug so that's usually the photos translation industry that's all pre Trying to get the drug approved right. There's a whole lot of data before that. There's a whole lot of their that before that. And if you actually look at all the success stories on some of the failures. They have similar patterns. So all breakthroughs comes seemingly out of left field but actually no they they. Have you know the history kernel of all breakthrough all the way along the kind of that accretive people work on successful things. No one goes out of failure. So the sexist builds on success and eventually attracts the attention of You know The industry who are looking for solutions to treat diseases and then they ask the question. Can it be done. And that's when the translation happens translating a basic science a discovery or invention to an applied Solution in the clinic. We're even before to pill. Usually it's a drug in a either acquiesce. I mean either. Water soluble not in animal models. It's i tested to see whether it has the desired clinical effect and the most difficult task that you can show the model that something works right. So you're trying to. Let's say vicious resposible. My mother's anonymous patient that you're trying to cure alzheimer's you're looking to reverse dementia or something like that and maybe you're seeing. You have an animal model in new showing improvement in memory or something like that but the next thing is how do you take that observed phenomenon and translate it into the clinic and human trials so you need animal models that are similar to the human disease and this is the problem in alabama. There are no good animal models so every time we go to a clinic we had to make options that'd be sold as an animal model so this should work in human diseases. And if you think of neuropsychiatric diseases these are even harder. Because we don't understand the molecular nature of these diseases as much as in cancer or autoimmune diseases in by comparison right so come back to the data issue right. It's not that the data's not there. It's dead all different places in different forms. It's there as a regulatory submissions. It is there as published pure science. Papers it is there as data deposited In you know even accessible repositories It's there and proprietary databases and the five hundred strong biotech slash falmer community and like you said Success has many fathers failure and so when something fails people just forget about it and warned to the next and frequently. If you've ever had any experience and picking up somebody else's data you say well what's this column means. And what did you eliminate here. And did you round up and did around down and you took five measurements. Then you started taking six and did the data move over and if it's failures. She said it's like well that's in the that's in the rear view mirror. You're try if for you to have to go in and make sense of it and when you say clean it up is a nice way you really restructuring it and almost re verifying it make sure whatever data you do have is data right and it's right did right and this is where artificial intelligence really comes in handy So i'm not a computer scientist. I'm a my basic training and molecular biology and genetics. And i had came into the industry purely by accident I got recruited to create these lodge functional genomics screens. And i said okay. I'll try it out for a year round. Remember back indicating meal but having said that You know so you have all this data right. And you have patterns that match success and patterns that don't match successes okay. But this this a lot of value even in the failure. So there's there's an underlying Not just the data itself but there were other conclusions. You know why you failed. That's that equally important now. Because then you want repeat that mistake or it may have a partial success. That can be used in subsequent experiment so this kind of Analysis and interpretation is facilitated by machine learning. And our show indulgence. So you know if you take just the medical field. Almost five thousand people's get published daily daily. Yeah it's just impossible to know. Not all of them are of the same quality or no relevance but how do you know which one of the best one and if you actually. I'm gonna only journal articles and signs and sell. You wanna lose a lot because actually and.

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"ncbi" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"ncbi" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"This is soccer yet that was football. What would that be a one hundred one points guests thirteen touchdown something like that. The World Cup in the World Cup and. Oh, Jason gave a nonverbal. He doesn't care. Can go out there and do that. But I never watched women's soccer. Well, you're jerk. Why am I? I'm not watch. I'm not a big soccer person you know that. But I do watch the World Cup in the women's World Cup is more entertaining men's World Cup because American women are actually good at scoring to like they've won the last three World Cups. I really why is that because they're good. Why out the guy's good. I don't know. They thought her Dono other countries because other countries, you know, the biggest sport grow up playing it and it's like it's like a religion. Yes, it really is. When I was South Africa that and cricket rugby the other a lot of other countries in the world concentrate on women's sports, because if they don't maybe that we're ahead of them because of that if it's all male. Probably maybe I mean America usually excels at sports in general, if, if we actually put time and effort into it. I think the men's soccer team, they're putting time and effort, they're just not great. You're not good at no, they, they get more money. Because you for whatever reason overall viewership higher. It's all based on viewership only, but the women's team is much more entertaining to watch. Like, hey, have you been watching the women's team all along Jason? I don't watch any sort of. The worst person. Yeah. Any? I don't every. Good soccer. If if you played really I, I do follow I follow, but I don't watch because I'm not watching anything but the fact that these women are being called a disgrace to the game. The that is the line Valey mail to this. Why? Because people are angry that the women US women's soccer team were cheering and celebrating their goals after every goal, they made people are calling them, a disgrace to is calling this, the world, even these now, may I and some female soccer analyst who are like retired professionals. I saw one guy on ESPN and he's like, he's their go to soccer guys like yeah. I mean, after their ninth goal has a bit much. They that's embarrassing that how hard they're celebrating. I'm like, oh. Here is another indication like I said at the land in the baseball that when you get far ahead and you do what you're supposed to do. We meth was people's mind like, should they tone it down. Should they not be aggressive? Why you work your whole life. Yes. To do and play and win. Right, right. Yeah. And then all of a sudden, if you get too far ahead. Oh, no. You shouldn't do that. It's confusing world drum up. These men have been training. Probably since the moment, they I stepped onto a soccer field forget that they are probably dreaming about before they could even get there. Yes. Now here they are. And they they win the game thirteen to nothing and they're being called disgrace to the game. Yep. Absolutely. So only because they're not exam. Hope they beat the crap out of everyone. They play so sore. Loser thailand. Wasn't doing it. Thailand day, just like we're not as I mean, they're just better than us. Is it that hard for people to take that if you get by beat by team that's what's going to be, and you have to deal with it? And then you try to get better and being another right? Absolutely. And in World Cup soccer. If you weren't familiar because I, I don't think I was heard this in the group play which they're in right now. Point differential actually helps you in your standings. Yeah. So it's like doing. Even be higher. Yeah. That they could and all the things so funny, because I am on Daily Mail right now, which is like my go-to for everything. But Daily Mail saying the women's US women's soccer team slammed for wildly. Celebrating every goal in their on precedent. It'd thirteen to nothing demolition of Thailand, breaking authors of records. That's great. Celebrate them being so good. So they're upset because the way they were their attitude was after each goal. But the thing is it's in the World Cup. They're celebrating the fact that the are like you just said Jarrett. Each goal means something what and breaking records, wouldn't you? Celebrate. Yes. And they were bringing people off the bench and they got into their score. So it's different people scoring one person there. Alex Morgan believes the best player she had five goals. Awesome. She tied some record or whatever and three assists, but they had so whatever the math is on that you had eight different people scoring goals. That's also let me ask you a question to score goals, and soccer, what my son Landon place and tournaments. Right. NCBI tournaments. They're traveling type team. They have mercy role. Do you know what that is not allowed to run up the no there, they can do whatever they want? I don't know is because it's very competitive but after certain amount of points. If you hit a I'm sorry, certain amount of runs. If you have a certain amount of runs over the other team, the game's over and you win. Oh, what are your thoughts on that? Is that the same thing to me? It's not it's not because you're not disappointed and holding back. You're, you're going full blown. And when it gets to a certain inning if you're up by thirteen or fourteen points games over that's part of to me of away to win. Yeah. Maybe like we're holding back may say time in tournament time. But it's if you're gonna win win by as many as you care. But that's the whole point. It's like it's like if you're playing ping pong, isn't it? Sold my pay on cable, which I regret now. The worldwide sport of. Yes. Right. If I'm laying ping pong and I went every single point live. I think the rules says if you're on your way if you get eleven points without unanswered, Scott. It's a scout and you win. Okay, so it's just a strategy of play the game where we're strategizing two mercy rule them. It's not that we're holding back where full steam ahead and we want to Mercer if you're using it to save time the way you said, like engineer. Yeah. I don't like it would kid is a little bit different as I. Okay. Some teams so much bigger and better for whatever reasons mercy ruin if it's an if the game an hour. And it's only been twenty minutes. Let them know that the rules will be ending after four innings if you're up by ten or if you five innings your up by thirteen or something like that. I don't remember doing this time. Yeah. But if not, if it's too, so they don't healthy embarrassing. I'm sure yeah, it's embarrassing time when you play sports I played soccer in high school when I was real bad. But I was happy to be there and then I got cut, and I was not happy. It makes you want to work harder to. Yes. What did not work at my case? Yeah. Absolutely. What you're going for. And especially with adults professionals that the mercy rule is it doesn't look. I'm not a snowflake most people. Losing. Right. Sports painters. Stupid, I think the mercy rule to me is just as part of the strategy of the game you, you win. And you try to do that, what I hate as you hold back or get criticized for being a head because it's very possible. In two innings you could be up thirty nothing and you're celebrate you keep going. It's just that you get okay? The, the rules of the game is if you get up this high, you win, because we're just basing innings time time. That's okay. If it's based on if you have multiple games coming after that you have to go on forever. This time. It's a maximum of time. Then it's okay that makes sense in the case of the US women's soccer team when they're celebrating every goal is because they worked really hard to get like, yes. If things that they talk about the strategies they have are paying off, it would be one thing is if when they, they win the game thirteen to nothing and then the women's soccer team is standing in the line shaking hands. But no, yeah. Yeah, just celebrating their absolutely. It would be like there's a kid on the team. His name is Henry in the game. We were up like ten in the game way m homeroom to home runs back, the back his up. They, it's traditional that the whole baseball team. I don't know even in MLB fresh all out, and they're like all clapping. He's coming home around the base, it would be like getting criticized for hitting that home run for even being happy and celebrate that as best is the same thing with women. Go sexist here. But I'm telling you, if it were the men's US complained dominating. The US alive, probably arrived. Yes, the US as rock, but it because it's I go to that. But Kate, I think you're right on that because I mean, the, the eye on this point because I have never seen in, in sports on a world stage or Olympic states. Someone being totally dominant in the being criticized for being dominant, but you saying because women, I think part of it, and I think there's a lot of shelter are more sensitive..

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"ncbi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"ncbi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The offensive line in Washington is a much better starting unit when they're all there than the offensive line right now for the Denver Broncos and case keenum has a little more mobility by far than Joe flacco. So you can't just look at these two quarterbacks you have to look at what's around them. And I believe in Washington in what they have in terms of who's protecting case keenum. I actually think he might be better set up for success than Joe flacco might be without a doubt. I when that line is healthy and for the last couple of years, unfortunately, it hasn't been that way. They have a better line. Then the Denver Broncos couple of years ago. Denver took care bowls at left tackle in the first round. It's been a struggle. It's been it's been. Struggle there and in Todd McHugh McShane third mock draft he has the Denver Broncos with the ten picks taking Joel Williams offensive tackle from Alabama who I really think it's an excellent offense offensive lineman. So I do think that will help them but a couple years ago offense lineman this year potentially offensive lineman. I completely agree with you that align when healthy in Washington, I do like them. I do it again. They were devastated by injuries. And the thing for cases, this is where people need to understand when you see the dollars that people signed for in the NFL understand those dollars are almost never reached. Unless the only contract I can say with any certainty that is gonna get every penny is Kirk cousins deal because it's the first fully guaranteed guaranteed contract. And we talk about all the time, Mike when we see these things happened in the NFL what you should fight for in terms of the next CBA where you should go where the NFL PA should say. We are dying on this hill. Right. I would love it if they could try and get more guaranteed money in contracts. Yeah. The only thing is denying the hill and the CBA it's not NCBI's. That's the only thing like like in baseball and basketball where you see them as guaranteed contracts. That's not in the it's not written in to the. It's just how contracts are done. So I don't think it's ever going to get written into a CBA. It's going to be about players like what Kirk cousins had a lot of people thought. Hey. Aaron Rodgers you are in position to do that. Now, he didn't get a full again. Now, he has ninety eight million dollars guaranteed. But the contract is more than that people were talking about an Andrew luck. You have to have a person with some some real, you know, poll that can get one hundred million dollar deals fully guaranteed. It's never in my opinion, going to be written in two or negotiated in the CBA. It's going to be happy to have to be something high profile player holds out to get eventually. We'll see if they that happens or not. Yeah. Look, it's an interesting discussion to have going forward because I don't know if you're ever going to be where it is major league baseball, the NBA, but kind of feels like certain players not everybody but certain players in the NFL, maybe getting trending towards getting more of that money. You know, it's better than it is though, I mean, listen when I was playing it wasn't around nothing. It wasn't Garrett. You know, you a signing bonus. Yeah. And that was your only guarantee when you gotta sign them both. We've evolved the NFL is of to. Okay, you still get a signing bonus, which you obviously get. But then part of your deal is guaranteed. We're hearing the seventy million dollar deals with forty million dollars guaranteed eighty million with thirty guaranteed. So it has taken a step forward. Yes. We're not there where the other sports are the NFL to fully guaranteed, but it certainly is better than it has been without question. And it'll be curious to see his Adam Schefter tweeted out at the end of the season, potentially the first guy to get a fully guaranteed contract approaching.

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"ncbi" Discussed on RobinLynne

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ncbi" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Marijuana is not only healing curing cancer here's from dr courtney lives out here in the west coast temple six month old interoperable brain tumor child within two months had incredible success the cancer's gone away the child's still healthy he's documented it with xrays he's a medical doctor as we've had the cure for a long time not that is ease cure now you see the cbd's all the different cares are coming out what they've been able to do for so very long i personally had experience with people who have had stage to cancer and they've gone to johns hopkins johns hopkins told him within six months they'd be dead if they didn't do another round of chemo they instead went to hemp oil spent two months eight organic food got out a wireless they're still alive today three years later folks still alive hempel saved their life but my point being is the new coming out now is not about baking healing it's not about making it all better cancer industry has to make it's money it's at businesses warren cancer for twenty five thirty years and it's a complete abject failure complete failure doctors ranked thirty eighth in the world in the world and quality of healthcare in the united states and number one in cost rates are going up so show you in a minute again and no one talks to the doctor's like this here's a bunch of studies folks from the medical community the national institute of health the ncbi laboratories of national medicine all these marijuana studies have been hidden from now being released about the efficacy and the healing properties in qualities of all marijuana that is caring it's healing these diseases cancer dementia alzheimer's if topically treats for cuts and burns it's a wonder we'd folks and they've been hiding it from since the nineteen before the nineteen thirties when we'll get into a little bit about how they hemp cars and henry ford came out with.

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