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"nick jerk" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Pr. I'm Jane Lindholm on this podcast. You take questions from kids just like you all over the world and we find answers. We've heard from a lot of you who listen to podcast when you're winding down and getting ready for bed so it makes sense that a lot of you are inspired to send. Us questions about sleep. Flooded people toss and turn on the Risley when new getting into the deep sleep. You'll Buri somehow wakes you up but kicking and it feels like you're really hot. Why's that I don't want to get out of bed in the morning? And when it is nighttime I don't want to go. She read in this episode. We are answering your questions about sleep. Did you know there are doctors who focus specifically on helping kids sleep better? We found one of them at national Jewish health. That's a hospital in Colorado. My Name is Dr Lisa. Meltzer and I am a pediatric sleep psychologist. Which means I work with kids to help them sleep better. Do you feel like you sleep. Pretty well do you think. Oh Yea when the adults in your life tell you it's bedtime or do you struggle to get ready for bed and maybe even struggled to go to sleep or to stay asleep. Dr Meltzer says there are a few things that all of us can do to help us on the path to good sleep. Kids have a very consistent bedtime. Wake time so that means you go to bed about the same time every night. Wake up about the same time every morning. We recommend things like not having any screens in your bedroom. Having a bedroom. That's nice and cool and dark and a place that you like to sleep things like that that are very consistent. What we call sleep health. Let's jump right into some of our questions because we have a lot of kids who have sent us questions about sleep or we're going to start with the basics. Hi My name is and I live in South Orange New Jersey. I'm Steffan and my question is why do people need to sleep? Thank you I love your show similarly from Jordan in Vermont. Why do we really need to go to? Here's one from Maria and five years old and I come from Ottawa Ontario. And my question is why people need to sleep and we also got this from five year old aiden in McKinley Bill California. Why do have to sweep? 'cause I don't will you get and by the White Cornyn Swe We book. That sounds like a lovely way to fall asleep. Aiden so Dr Meltzer. Why do we need to sleep? These are great questions that scientists are spending a lot of time trying to better understand and we don't have one particular answer but we have a lot of different reasons that people think are important for why we sleep. The first one goes back to how humans have developed so there was a time when humans didn't live in houses but lived out in caves. Lived out in the wild and at night when they sleep they were inactive and that made them vulnerable so that predators. The big animals might come and attack them during the night. So you sleep to stay away from those animals that might come and harm in the middle of the night. In other words people were possibly safer tucked up in a cave or shelter sleeping through the night instead of being out and about in the dark when there were big animals with better eyesight also roaming around but being asleep doesn't mean your body shuts down completely. You can still be somewhat alert to danger when you're sleeping you do notice a little bit of the world around you. You can hear certain sounds and things like that and it same thing back in those times where you would want enough of a consciousness enough of awareness of what's going on around you to protect you from those Predator so we call that the evolution of why we sleep so another theory why we sleep is to conserve our energy. I mean we use a lot of energy during the day when you're running and you're playing when you sleep. These things changed the number of calories that you need reduce your temperature drops down your body is basically given a time to rest and relax. So that conserves your energy while you're sleeping and along those lines that allows your body to restore itself so again you're working your muscles all these types of things when you're awake and when you rest it allows them to heal sort of like when you get a cold at night it allows your immune system to fight off those bad germs to help you get better again really interesting one of the first things that happens when you fall asleep is growth hormone is released in growth hormone helps you grow so you literally grow in. Your sleep. So that's another reason. Why Sleep is important. I knew it. I knew I felt taller when I wake up in the morning. Okay maybe it doesn't work that way for adults but that's pretty cool isn't it? You grow while you're sleeping kind of make sleeps on more appealing more like something you might. WanNa do doesn't it? But it's not just your body that gets to rest and recover and rebuild from a busy day of running around. Your brain also need sleep to stay at peak performance. We know that children's brains develop in different ways as they get older so in very young children. The areas around language envision are the parts that are the most active during sleep. Because that's the part of you that's developing during the day and when you're in school aged the parts of your brain that start learning all the different things like math and reading those parts of your brain start to develop when you become a teenager the front part of your brain that helps you with decision making and keeping your mood. Nice calm. That's the part of your brain. That's most active during sleep. So your brain is also developing during sleep. Here's something else you might like to know. Sleep helps you remember what you've learned you take in information while you're awake but it sets in your brain while you're sleeping so if you're studying for say vocabulary test you. WanNa go to sleep after you've because it will help your brain remember. Those words in the morning same goes for all kinds of memories and other things. You might want to be able to repeat like that joke. Your friend told you that you can't wait to tell someone else. Hello My name is Shaun. I live in San Diego. My question is what is sleeping. Get rid of toxins in your brain. Why does sleeping get rid of toxins in the brain? It's a great question so again during the day. Our brain is really busy with everything that we have to do to help us get through the day but when we're sleeping our brain is less busy with all those activities so it has time basically to clean itself out and the toxins build up as we're active and doing all the things that we're doing so sleep gives a time for the brain to relax and sort of take care of itself. I like picturing little cleaners with brooms and stuff inside my brain going in and sweeping and scraping things off. That don't need to be there. That's perfect I mean. It really is a time. It's kind of like when you leave school overnight. They come in and they clean all the rooms and they get ready for the next day. It's the same kind of thing going on in your brain. We have some questions for you. Dr Meltzer about movement and Hello. My name is emily now from Brisbane Australia. Seven and my question is when you sleep. He'll but we're new getting into the deepest sleep your body somehow wakes you up but kicking in feels like you jump really hot what I want to know. So this is something called a hip nick jerk or asleep twitch hip nick jerk sleep twitch. I love that name. Do you ever have a hip. Nick Jerk happen to you. You're just falling asleep and then you feel like you're falling and your body twitches and it wakes you up if you watch babies. They do this all the time when they're falling asleep as you get older you tend to do it a little bit less and there's again multiple reasons why people think this happens. One of the reasons is that as you're falling asleep all of your muscles start to relax and your brain may think oh those muscles relaxing. They must be falling. And it kicks you awake and that causes you to jerk or jump high into the air. It could make maybe even scare you that feeling of falling other times. It's just a reaction. Perhaps you've been really active in exercising.

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How Do We Fall Asleep?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

08:20 min | 1 year ago

How Do We Fall Asleep?

"On this podcast. You take questions from kids just like you all over the world and we find answers. We've heard from a lot of you who listen to podcast when you're winding down and getting ready for bed so it makes sense that a lot of you are inspired to send. Us questions about sleep. Flooded people toss and turn on the Risley when new getting into the deep sleep. You'll Buri somehow wakes you up but kicking and it feels like you're really hot. Why's that I don't want to get out of bed in the morning? And when it is nighttime I don't want to go. She read in this episode. We are answering your questions about sleep. Did you know there are doctors who focus specifically on helping kids sleep better? We found one of them at national Jewish health. That's a hospital in Colorado. My Name is Dr Lisa. Meltzer and I am a pediatric sleep psychologist. Which means I work with kids to help them sleep better. Do you feel like you sleep. Pretty well do you think. Oh Yea when the adults in your life tell you it's bedtime or do you struggle to get ready for bed and maybe even struggled to go to sleep or to stay asleep. Dr Meltzer says there are a few things that all of us can do to help us on the path to good sleep. Kids have a very consistent bedtime. Wake time so that means you go to bed about the same time every night. Wake up about the same time every morning. We recommend things like not having any screens in your bedroom. Having a bedroom. That's nice and cool and dark and a place that you like to sleep things like that that are very consistent. What we call sleep health. Let's jump right into some of our questions because we have a lot of kids who have sent us questions about sleep or we're going to start with the basics. Hi My name is and I live in South Orange New Jersey. I'm Steffan and my question is why do people need to sleep? Thank you I love your show similarly from Jordan in Vermont. Why do we really need to go to? Here's one from Maria and five years old and I come from Ottawa Ontario. And my question is why people need to sleep and we also got this from five year old aiden in McKinley Bill California. Why do have to sweep? 'cause I don't will you get and by the White Cornyn Swe We book. That sounds like a lovely way to fall asleep. Aiden so Dr Meltzer. Why do we need to sleep? These are great questions that scientists are spending a lot of time trying to better understand and we don't have one particular answer but we have a lot of different reasons that people think are important for why we sleep. The first one goes back to how humans have developed so there was a time when humans didn't live in houses but lived out in caves. Lived out in the wild and at night when they sleep they were inactive and that made them vulnerable so that predators. The big animals might come and attack them during the night. So you sleep to stay away from those animals that might come and harm in the middle of the night. In other words people were possibly safer tucked up in a cave or shelter sleeping through the night instead of being out and about in the dark when there were big animals with better eyesight also roaming around but being asleep doesn't mean your body shuts down completely. You can still be somewhat alert to danger when you're sleeping you do notice a little bit of the world around you. You can hear certain sounds and things like that and it same thing back in those times where you would want enough of a consciousness enough of awareness of what's going on around you to protect you from those Predator so we call that the evolution of why we sleep so another theory why we sleep is to conserve our energy. I mean we use a lot of energy during the day when you're running and you're playing when you sleep. These things changed the number of calories that you need reduce your temperature drops down your body is basically given a time to rest and relax. So that conserves your energy while you're sleeping and along those lines that allows your body to restore itself so again you're working your muscles all these types of things when you're awake and when you rest it allows them to heal sort of like when you get a cold at night it allows your immune system to fight off those bad germs to help you get better again really interesting one of the first things that happens when you fall asleep is growth hormone is released in growth hormone helps you grow so you literally grow in. Your sleep. So that's another reason. Why Sleep is important. I knew it. I knew I felt taller when I wake up in the morning. Okay maybe it doesn't work that way for adults but that's pretty cool isn't it? You grow while you're sleeping kind of make sleeps on more appealing more like something you might. WanNa do doesn't it? But it's not just your body that gets to rest and recover and rebuild from a busy day of running around. Your brain also need sleep to stay at peak performance. We know that children's brains develop in different ways as they get older so in very young children. The areas around language envision are the parts that are the most active during sleep. Because that's the part of you that's developing during the day and when you're in school aged the parts of your brain that start learning all the different things like math and reading those parts of your brain start to develop when you become a teenager the front part of your brain that helps you with decision making and keeping your mood. Nice calm. That's the part of your brain. That's most active during sleep. So your brain is also developing during sleep. Here's something else you might like to know. Sleep helps you remember what you've learned you take in information while you're awake but it sets in your brain while you're sleeping so if you're studying for say vocabulary test you. WanNa go to sleep after you've because it will help your brain remember. Those words in the morning same goes for all kinds of memories and other things. You might want to be able to repeat like that joke. Your friend told you that you can't wait to tell someone else. Hello My name is Shaun. I live in San Diego. My question is what is sleeping. Get rid of toxins in your brain. Why does sleeping get rid of toxins in the brain? It's a great question so again during the day. Our brain is really busy with everything that we have to do to help us get through the day but when we're sleeping our brain is less busy with all those activities so it has time basically to clean itself out and the toxins build up as we're active and doing all the things that we're doing so sleep gives a time for the brain to relax and sort of take care of itself. I like picturing little cleaners with brooms and stuff inside my brain going in and sweeping and scraping things off. That don't need to be there. That's perfect I mean. It really is a time. It's kind of like when you leave school overnight. They come in and they clean all the rooms and they get ready for the next day. It's the same kind of thing going on in your brain. We have some questions for you. Dr Meltzer about movement and Hello. My name is emily now from Brisbane Australia. Seven and my question is when you sleep. He'll but we're new getting into the deepest sleep your body somehow wakes you up but kicking in feels like you jump really hot what I want to know. So this is something called a hip nick jerk or asleep twitch hip nick jerk sleep twitch. I love that name. Do you ever have a hip. Nick Jerk happen to you. You're just falling asleep and then you feel like you're falling and your body twitches and it wakes you up if you watch babies. They do this all the time when they're falling asleep as you get older you tend to do it a little bit less and there's again multiple reasons why people think this happens. One of the reasons is that as you're falling asleep all of your muscles start to relax and your brain may think oh those muscles relaxing. They must be falling. And it kicks you awake and that causes you to jerk or jump high into the air. It could make maybe even scare you that feeling of

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"nick jerk" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"It now. It sounds like You're finding the meditations energizing refreshing in the end which is a really good sign. So what I would say is try to pay a little bit more attention into things like you're posture. During the meditation you might sit up. A little bit straighter. You can also focus more on your in breath. which is naturally naturally activating? So you're bringing a little bit more energy into your body you're out breath is naturally going to be more calming and settling so if you focus on that that's GonNa. I tend to take you more into that zone. Feeling a little bit lulled and moving toward sleep. Another thing you can do is try to turn the volume up a little a little bit on your level of interest in what's happening so we don't fall asleep in life when we're actively engaged in something watching a really interesting interesting movie having a conversation so see if you can start to relate to the meditation itself with equality of really alive of interest if you get curious about the breath or whatever meditation you're doing that's going to bring more energy and help you stay awake to the last thing you can try I. Bill is to reconnect with your sense of purpose or motivation. For Meditating you know why are you doing this. When we feel a strong sense of purpose that also brings energy into the meditation adaptation? So thanks so much for your question again and hope this is helpful. Good luck with the practice. Big thanks to Orna Bill on that here is voicemail number two. Hey Dan my name's Jesse. I live in Reno Nevada I gotta say Man Love Your Show Love what you're doing out there But my question would be Started meditating editing at night and I've noticed that I've had a significant increase in dreams I do about a twenty minute practice at night and a twenty minute in a practice in the morning. I just wondering if you've ever heard if that was a typical experience Or if there's any literature anything out there like that that'd be great. Thanks thanks so much for the question. J. C. it is really common as a matter of fact I don't know if there's been any research on increase in dreams with meditation Tation But there is a lot of literature about it within various meditation traditions. So there's a whole form of meditation practice for example in some Tibetan traditions called dream. Yoga where one consciously and intentionally practices to have lucid dreams And remember your dreams and so forth Your might be familiar as well. There's forms of psychotherapy like union analysis. That also work with dreams so for me me In my own practice. I've certainly experienced that and it's pretty easy to understand why you know meditation. Practice heightens our awareness and and sharpens our senses so it would make sense that that increased awareness and sharpness would start to carry over into our dreams and result out in more vivid or deep or captivating dreams. Meditation also tends to help us to process things that might be unresolved loved in our psyche. Emotions things from the past difficult experiences. Maybe that we haven't dealt with. And even if that's not happening consciously Chesley in your meditations things can be shifting or getting worked out in the background and sometimes what can happen is our mind. We'll start to work things out through our dreams and it says if the meditation practice is sort of priming the ground or laying the conditions for our sub conscious to begin to work things through while you're sleeping so just a few tips if you're interested in working with it it when you notice that this is happening it can be interesting and when you wake up in the morning or even during the middle of the night after a dream to reflect on the dream and just take a few minutes to think about like what was the overall emotional national tone or quality of the dream oftentimes. There's a message there just in Howard feeling either in our life or about a particular situation you you might consider like if there any words or images that you remember that stand out that have particular force or power to them And then you just kind of consider what are those bring to mind when you think of that word or see that image. What's the association that comes and and what I find myself as if I take a little time and just reflect on it usually some kind of a meaning or a connection becomes clear not all of the time but much of the time and you can also get better at it? Taking the time to reflect on the dream you start to get a feeling for how your psyche is communicating and processing things. So thanks so much again for the question. JC thanks for your practice and good luck with thank you oren and JC and now voicemail number three. My name is Jeff Out of the Boston area. I'm a meditative about six months. I have been trained in mindfulness and locally and I've been practicing thing Almost daily and my question is when I'm getting into a very deep meditative state after usually a good ten minutes or so and notice is that sometimes it feels like I'm falling asleep pre sleep feeling I and sometimes I even catch myself. jerking awake with a little hip. Nick Jerk and and So I know it knows cases that I am actually on the edge of falling asleep. I'm wondering That it should. I be meditating a level where I'm very very what I would consider deep and almost zoning and almost a pre sleep condition or should I be as I am and other times very wide awake very Aware of what's what's going on in my In my practice and being mind really mindful and what's around me or should I be again. More in a trance-like almost I condition. Thanks very much. Thanks so much for the question Jeff. That's a great question so the name of the game here with meditation is balance. We're really looking for balance on many many levels. We want the posture to be balanced. We want a balance our sense of trust with equality of skepticism and and investigation and we WANNA balance the quality of wake full alertness. That you're talking about with that sense of real tranquility quality and ease so meditation practice involves two parts on the one hand there is this aspect of it. That's really about soothing. Soothing and nourishing ourselves and just kind of recovering from the stress and the incessant friction of life. So I think it's helpful and important to allow ourselves and meditation when we do feel at ease when we feel those feelings of pleasure even a little bit of drifting to not jerk ourselves away from it to let yourself be nourished by it. Let replenish you at the same time. We don't WANNA be drifting off to sleep over time. That's going to be counterproductive every now and then. Yeah of course we drift a little bit. You catch quick catnap upgrade. No worries but if that's happening all the time in your meditation practice I would encourage you to try to balance that with more awareness because ultimately in these two parts of the meditation there's the nourishing calming kind of settling part. But then there's also the understanding the wisdom the clarity and really really the sense of calm and nourishment is in service of the transformation that comes from wakefulness clarity and understanding and that kind of wisdom only develops when the mind is aware and awake. So you want to see if you can bring in more of that quality of alertness without without it being uptight without it being frenetic or forced so that the to start to blend together you have a really clear steady. Eddie Bright Awareness. That's also ease ful. That's really what we're going for so one of the metaphors that I like to use as you think about aradio receiver on Stereo on a Hi Fi Stereo where you've got the base in the mid and the treble and you've got all these little dials that you can adjust so what we're trying to do here is we're trying to become more familiar with the energies the qualities and the intentions in our own mind and body the amounts of energy and interest and curiosity and ease and kindness and patience and just adjust those ever so slightly here and Nair so that we find the right balance and things come into focus on their own so sounds great I would say keep going with it keep investigating being curious use and and you'll find that balance on your own time thanks so much for the Question Jeff and Good luck with it. Big thanks to Oran for joining us for this week's special voicemail section on sleep and big thanks to the folks who put this show together Ryan Kesler Samuel John Grace Livingston Loren Herzog. Tiffany Mama Hendro And thanks to you for listening. We'll be back next week with another episode..

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"nick jerk" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"That the owners of the replica of Noah's ark are suing for rain damage from their insurance company. The insurance company is claiming it's not covered because it's an act of God. I mean really? That. I mean that, that I don't even think a parable can cover that. I think we have to do is just wait and see what happens in the end. But it is a lawsuit of biblical proportions. Which we will update you on in the near future. Carl is in Wichita on coast to coast, a m for open lines Carl. Doing great. Yeah. You kind of brought me into coast to coast for you kinda take your break from. You're hearing problem. Yeah. Thank you to my life. I'm so sorry. Shows and really enjoyed that documentaries monkey wouldn't that fun. That is pretty true. It's all true. And I think it's really stood up to scrutiny over time too, because I think it would have been had she had the author have been exaggerating or not, you know, being irresponsible, as a researcher, I think we would have known by now but I think the book is continues to sell well. Book about my life experiences. Yeah. And I think I've heard I heard I hear a lot about that particular show. Dr Mary's monkey. I hear that a lot from people from one of my previous tours of George Washington love that. Yep. Man. I'm telling you I like to hear that again. Yeah, that's interesting. All of those things. If you're a coast insider, you know, you can always go back and listen to those and listen to you guys for a long time. Yeah. To your call screener telling him. And I want to know that I'm pretty much living in bodyman of what you guys talk about nights. PTSD. Okay. Body. Near death experience. Multitude stories that I can go on for hours and our. Tom. Talk to you about shipping on the book anyway. But. Let me occurred you to do that. Let me let me stop. Let me encourage you to do that. And for anybody else, too. So what's really helpful? Is instead of doing some interview on the phone where people are just telling stories. I really encourage you. If you've got something if you've got a narrative to share if you've got, you know, write that book, and even if we won't even have on a percentage of people on coast to coast, who self publish, but it, it's helpful for us to have a text from which to work and to help sort of shape and structure the interview. So I if that's a thought that you're having about should I write a book of all these things that have happened to me. Hell, yeah. And, and then, you know, make sure we know about it. I think it's very interesting. And I strongly, it's better that than calling up and you know, passing another story than calling up three nights later in passing along again because we'll miss the chance to sort of get the long view. And so if you've got that share that don't hold it back. Jeff is on the first time caller line in LA on coast to coast AM before the bottom of the hour. Jeff. I'm good. Mentioned or touched on the anti placebo effect. And it's. Form of denial. Tell me about that. What do you mean? Refusal of the brain to accept the fact. For example. I heard a couple of guys planning. Steal something at work, and I. They said everything that I needed to hear to know what they were gonna do. And I couldn't believe it. I must have misheard, right. Well. The optic nerve. Nerve in the auditory nervous, don't go to. Cerebral. Cortex. The front of the brain, dive, deep into the brain into the limbic system. Yeah. Happens. I'm with you. Go ahead. Somewhere in that area is what I call the guardian. E. It's the emergency center of the brain. Strictly for emergency purposes. To do any high level thinking. He just there to react if you're in trouble, the reptile brain. So. I don't use that term. That's generally what I'm talking about. No. One of the things that happened that takes over at night. It stays awake. And it will be listening for stuff. Takes over at night. It will cause the Eero whole body to twitch. You heard of hip, Nick jerks. No. But I do get. Maya clinic seizures. I think they're called that, but anyway, tell me about the hip Nick jerks. What are those just a spike when the guardian takes over at night it? Very fast clock. It's fast faster part of the brain. So. It takes control. It's like there's a spike. It's much faster than the four brain. When you walk into a room, they guardian we'll take a good look at what's there and every once in a while. Darden. We'll store that memory of what it sees. Remember it gets the signal. I. Right before the cerebral cortex. Did you see that room situation and you go to store that in memory and it's already there? Experienced this before it's deja vu. I was actually thinking about it another context, you may be right. That, that's all that it is. I don't know that we definitively know what do is. But that's an interesting idea what you just said, though, about storing, and then replaying because I think that also accounts for why people may be processing. If there, if everybody isn't releasing shadow people if there are some people who are just the they see something earlier and then their brain is trying to make sense of it in. It comes out in a different form of feeling threatened or feeling whatever. That it's really just those two different parts of our brain being in conversation with each other, but not in the same rhythm. Well, I believe everything you said, though, those really interesting, thank you so much. And thanks for getting us to the bottom of the hour, only half hour left a kid me so just have to get everybody on hang on. If you're on hold right now, we'll get you, if not we'll give you an open line. Coming up next on coast to coast AM in for George Noory, this, Ian punnet..

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"I think I think that would be a good competition. Also think it'd be close like frisbee golf. I think that would be pretty even like I like to think I'm pretty good with a frisbee. Yeah. Yeah. We we've we did that we used to do that in college. But I blow you away at napping. Is that a dad does a dad thing? I'm just saying. Yeah. Dad's gonna like sit. Hit the couch in this who's going to go out. I I could definitely blow you out of the water. I can't I can't nap competitively. That's that's a given. I mean after we had that meeting. But before we came in here, you snored within thirty seconds. Well, yeah, I lay down on the couch. I was like I'm going to take an we got a meeting in twelve minutes. I'm gonna take a twelve minute nap and Jade was sitting on my lap. And I even had to p and I had to move Jade because she was on my bladder. I had to pee I had a dog sleeping on top of me because she's constantly sleeping, and I know phila- sleep because I did that jerk thing, you're such a jerk. I did the jerk actually looked it up. Did you is called a hip negogitated jerk? Did you you said I was snoring. Is that within no exaggeration within a minute? There was a that. Was that was when I jerked. Okay. Also called a hip Nick jerk or sleep starts sleep. Starts sleep starts. Like, I I think that's sure I likes startle. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I had happen. In at twelve at twelve minutes, a little grumpy right now twelve minute minute help it should have been. I think you should have been twenty minutes is power nap. Right. Not twelve minutes. But a twelve minute nap would not I even enter the best circumstances. I wouldn't go to sleep in twelve minutes. It would just be I'm resting. My is I'm really trying to go to sleep. But I literally went to sleep in a minute. Again. So it's like I'm saying let's put that in there. But that's not part of the triathlon is just darts pool and bowling, and, you know, we wrapped about in that thoughtful guy thing we talked about the hip knee jerk in like a wonder if it's a defense mechanism for something like sleeping on a cliff or just top bunking. And they don't know why it happens. But the same reason you find people creepy the prevailing theory. If you're interested is. That like from from like a. Evolutionary like primal version of us like sleeping if you feel like a like a primate sleeping in a tree. Like, if you if you if you fall asleep, then you're like, the the relax -ation of your muscles than triggers a reflex like grab to grab. So you don't fall out of the tree although say, I don't fall out of the womb as a baby fall out of the womb? That's not up to you. That's up to the womb. Oh, so you I think we were right about the top bunking thing or like sleeping on a cliff sleeping in a tree. When when that jerk happens. It makes sense to me. So I'm winning at that too. So I'm at I could add golf to the dad thing. And then I win. I mean, if we were adding things that were good at then we can just ad nauseam getting nauseated win at that. How about another question one last question before we the wreck in effect? Okay. This is from Austin Kampen touches on something we've talked about before..

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Pounds soaking wet now a mind you and he's put on weight recently, and he's put on weight recently. But mind you that's today. Right. By the time you get to September. You're going to shrink because of the not only the heat in Arizona, even though it probably be endorsed the training and all trying to maintain weight he'll be one hundred ninety pounds throughout the season hundred ninety five pounds throughout the season. I'm not with that. I don't think his body will last. He's not as thick as Baker Mayfield. He's obviously has some some athletic ability, and they could sail you all day long. And this is where the NFL is headed. This is the tree. Dan. Everybody's looking at Russell Wilson. Russell Wilson was put in a perfect situation. Russell whistled with to a team that had a defense that was employees. What a dominant running back. It's pretty solid receivers. And so they said, okay. Let's get this quarterback. Let's see what he could do. He rustle us was like Tom Brady Lewis early on in his career where he was basically a glorify manager manager like a game manager who got the credit for winning the Super Bowl and doing well, which is not a problem is he's good looking ice quarterback. All that's and that's fine. Yeah. But when you're talking about an Arizona cardinal team that need a plethora weapons, they they need all type stuff. Yeah. They're they're back. And they already got a quarterback that they moved up a year ago traded picks to get in Josh Rosen. And then they make a decision that maybe they're going to draft Colin Murray. Keep Josh on the ju- keep Josh on the roster for now until they make a decision to do something with he later who do you like more as a prospect Rosen or Murray, I like Rovan I like Roseanne, I I've I've played wit. Smaller quarterbacks in pro bowls at practice. It's very difficult for receiver to see the ball come out. It's very difficult to understand they say in particular air system that you have to have mobility to be able to move around and do some things because that's what that's what it'll it. It it. I guess that's what it requires you to be able to do, but that's a bunch of nonsense and a bunch of nothing because if you look at certain air Ray systems and quarterbacks Davis Webb played it. The air raid at Cowes, well as glow Nick jerk golf yet in Jared Goff, Kim move like that Graham herald who's the office of quarter USC is not a mover is. So that whole smoke and mirrors either was Kingsbury key. We could keep going on and on and on about it. We can go chase Daniels with Missouri. We could just go on and on about it. It's just a much nothing. But I think they do everybody by saying, hey, I'm taking him in at the end of the day. He's not going to be the guy that they select. Oh, look at that. Kirk. What do you think? That's the thing. They have been preaching. I'm just saying like no no offense to Kyla Murray. But you need you need more on that team. Like if you draft Kyla Murray, you're still a year away from actually competion. I've offset it before. It's I I've said it before think about this, though key. I'm gonna throw this one at you, you draft just say you draft Nick, both acquainting Williams right Avas, always taught in from the guys who I've general managers. I've talked to is the one thing is what's the quickest way to the playoffs doors. You know, what the quickest way? To the playoffs is what's the quickest way when you division? Yeah. When you're division one game at a time. I love that. You can go one game at a time. You're looking at winning your division as why not draft a Nick Bosa draft acquainted Williams because you know, six games a year. Yeah. For Arizona's against who've to against Jared Goff to against Russell Wilson. Right. Who against Jimmy Garoppolo? Correct. And for the next five to six years. I rather have someone chasing those guys down six times a year to help me win my division..

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Sometimes right after I fallen asleep. You know, the window when you're not quite asleep. You're not quite awake either. I'll have a muscle spasm somewhere on my body. It's random the will make me jerk semi violently which wakes me up. I'm wondering what causes those spasms? And why are they always worse when you're overtired? Great question. Angela. It turns out that this is such a common phenomenon that it has an official name the hip, Nick jerk. According to the national sleep foundation as many as seventy percent of people have experienced this at some point. Unfortunately, we don't actually know exactly what causes a hip knee jerk. It's possible that as your muscles, relaxing, your brain nods off and loses track of its surroundings, the occasional nerve misfires resulting in a twitch. Another theory goes the evolutionary route. Maybe when our ancestors lived in trees drifting off to sleep signaled, the imminent danger of falling to the ground. And so that violent jerk help keep them safe. A third theory says it's a conflict between the part of your brain that's falling asleep and the part of your brain. That's still awake. You don't fall asleep all at once and sometimes wakefulness can put up a fight by overreacting and giving your muscles. A sudden jerk whatever the cause there are ways to keep hip Nick jerks at bay if they're causing you trouble stimulants like caffeine, alcohol and Adderall have been linked to a higher frequency of hip, Nick, jerks and stressing anxiety don't help either. So really the best way to fight them is also the best way to get better sleep work to reduce your stress cut down on stimulants. And maybe keep your phone out of your bedroom for good measure,

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Just text curious to forty seven forty seven forty seven. The only way to get this fee pillow is to text curious to forty seven forty. Seven forty seven. That's C U R I O U S two four seven four seven four seven. Message and data rates may apply. We gotta listener question from Angela who asks sometimes right after I fallen asleep. You know, the window when you're not quite asleep. You're not quite awake either. I'll have a muscle spasm somewhere on my body. It's random the will make me jerk semi violently which wakes me up. I'm wondering what causes those spasms? And why are they always worse when you're overtired? Great question. Angela. It turns out that this is such a common phenomenon that it has an official name the hip, Nick jerk. According to the national sleep foundation as many as seventy percent of people have experienced this at some point. Unfortunately, we don't actually know exactly what causes a hip knee jerk. It's possible that as your muscles, relaxing, your brain nods off and loses track of its surroundings, the occasional nerve misfires resulting in a twitch. Another theory goes the evolutionary route. Maybe when our ancestors lived in trees drifting off to sleep signaled, the imminent danger of falling to the ground. And so that violent jerk help keep them safe. A third theory says it's a conflict between the part of your brain that's falling asleep and the part of your brain. That's still awake. You don't fall asleep all at once and sometimes wakefulness can put up a fight by overreacting and giving your muscles. A sudden jerk whatever the cause there are ways to keep hip Nick jerks at bay if they're causing you trouble stimulants like caffeine, alcohol and Adderall have been linked to a higher frequency of hip, Nick, jerks and stressing anxiety don't help either. So really the best way to fight them is also the best way to get better sleep work to reduce your stress cut down on stimulants. And maybe keep your phone out of your bedroom for good measure, thanks for your question. Angela if you have a question send it in to podcast at curiosity dot com before we wrap up we want to give a special shout out to doctor Mary Yancey who gets an executive producer credit today for generous support on patriot. Thank you so much if you're listening and you want to support curiosity daily than visit patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. We're producing special podcast episodes and offering other exclusive perks to shore appreciation for your support. One more time, you can learn more. At patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com. Moreover for the award-winning curiosity daily and learn something new and just a few minutes. I'm Cody Goth, and I'm actually Hamer stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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This may be why you jerk violently when falling asleep

Curiosity Daily

01:28 min | 2 years ago

This may be why you jerk violently when falling asleep

"Sometimes right after I fallen asleep. You know, the window when you're not quite asleep. You're not quite awake either. I'll have a muscle spasm somewhere on my body. It's random the will make me jerk semi violently which wakes me up. I'm wondering what causes those spasms? And why are they always worse when you're overtired? Great question. Angela. It turns out that this is such a common phenomenon that it has an official name the hip, Nick jerk. According to the national sleep foundation as many as seventy percent of people have experienced this at some point. Unfortunately, we don't actually know exactly what causes a hip knee jerk. It's possible that as your muscles, relaxing, your brain nods off and loses track of its surroundings, the occasional nerve misfires resulting in a twitch. Another theory goes the evolutionary route. Maybe when our ancestors lived in trees drifting off to sleep signaled, the imminent danger of falling to the ground. And so that violent jerk help keep them safe. A third theory says it's a conflict between the part of your brain that's falling asleep and the part of your brain. That's still awake. You don't fall asleep all at once and sometimes wakefulness can put up a fight by overreacting and giving your muscles. A sudden jerk whatever the cause there are ways to keep hip Nick jerks at bay if they're causing you trouble stimulants like caffeine, alcohol and Adderall have been linked to a higher frequency of hip, Nick, jerks and stressing anxiety don't help either. So really the best way to fight them is also the best way to get better sleep work to reduce your stress cut down on stimulants. And maybe keep your phone out of your bedroom for good measure,

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Zapped into preparedness like you're ready to run right. Go to stop thinking about two zero pops jerk. It's time for you to to kick some bottom. Yeah. Or in the goats case quick thinking about that big patch of grass, right? There's a wolf behind you run and get out of here. Exactly. But instead of running they tense up they fall over because their muscles take about ten or twenty seconds to relax, right? Yes. So you talked about Maya tonic. There might tonic goats my Tonia exists in more than just goats exists in humans as well. Kittens, we said, yeah. Satis video ever so awesome. And Maya Tony is basically it's a nervous disorder of the central nervous system. Congenital one like, you said, Chuck that's characterized by stiff muscles that. They're they're rigid in they take time to relax, right? Yeah. I think. Volunteer or voluntary muscles. We should say not like your cardiac muscle or you're right. Terry muscle. Sure, the stat I found was that affects about one in one hundred thousand people and in northern Scandinavia one in ten thousand who knew well, I guess the they have a bottleneck up there. Some. Because not that many people want to move up to skin, and I didn't see any kind of explanation for why there would be more abundant there. But that tell me it affects people if it's if you have it the there's some medication. It's not that big of a deal. Stay exercise. Stay loose. Right. Don't walk around big piles of glass, I would say or beds of nails. You don't wanna fall on anything like that? Maybe shouldn't be driving a car. But I don't think humans actually stiffen and follow over like the goats. I think it's more of a, you know, temporary stiffening in Oregon is rubber land put a full body, Charlie horse. But without the pain. Yeah. Yeah. They say, they don't feel pain. I don't know about that. Yeah. We'll get into that in a second. All right. But there's a there's a similar condition to called my clones. And it's actually the basis of my favorite, probably my favorite physiological trait of humans. Let's at the Maya clinic jerk, you know, and you're falling asleep. And then all of a sudden you go and you awake. It's called awake. Yeah. Yeah. That happens to me. And if you'll notice most of the time, you're dozing in your you're dreaming of maybe falling down stairs or anything like that. So apparently, your brain is either confused that you are in fact falling or it doesn't understand why you're while. Your muscles are relaxing in some weird way. Right. And it's jolting you awake. Okay. Or it thinks you're dying, and it's railing against dying trying to get your heart going again. The to explain either way. Thank you, buddy. Yes. And mind, but another another name for his hip, Nick jerk, the hip, knee jerk. It's just great. Do you like it when it happens to you? Or you just it's so it's just funny. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's a weird feeling. It's sort of like when you when you almost fall back in a chair and you catch yourself. There's nothing more like, you know, thrilling to the body. Then that that. Oh my gosh. I'm going to die here in one second. Exactly. So you're you're it's thrilling because your muscles tense up. You have to wonder if you're. Sitting there for ten or twenty seconds. Does your brain your brain? Apparently would know. Yeah. That there's no longer any danger. But you can't move right, which I imagine would kind of be kinda stressful. All birds tree toppers are comfy shoes made from trees, and they're refreshing take on the classic high top, which means you're gonna love him. Yeah. Man. If you weren't those yet, they are super comfy, and I thought it couldn't love birds anymore than already do. But a love those tops. Yep. There reimagined take on the classic high top style, which strips. It of needless details, but also they keep a spotlight on an effortless design, and like you said they're just super duper comfy to they have sweet foam in them. Which is one of the most appropriately named things of all time is pretty sweet they are like they're comfy their breezy there airy just like all of the Elbert shoes are really a pleasure to wear. Yeah. Plus, they're engineered with the world's first carbon negative green EDA, which is made from sustainably sourced sugarcane. That's that's sweet foam stuff, and hey, re body with the holidays right around the corner. It's time to consider all birds as a gift for someone on your list or for yourself or how about both the all-new treetop reveal? Lable in a variety of limited edition colors at all birds dot com. We know that the brain knows that there's no longer any danger because the actual disorder is on the cellular level in the muscles. Right. Yeah. There's a gene Josh called the C L C in one the chloride channel one. Gene course, and it's involved in the production of proteins, which are proteins or good for muscle, relaxing and contracting and stuff. Like that. We include. I I on specifically, right? Yeah. What's the deal? Too much chloride. Yeah. You want? Remember check the point of being alive as a functioning bodies homeo- stasis. Right, right. So you want an equal amount or relatively comparable amount of positively charged sodium ions, which tell your muscles to contract, right? And negatively charged chloride ions, which say, go ahead and relax muscles. Right. Oh, there's not enough chloride in this case. Yes. So there's an abundance of sodium not. Chloride which means that when you when the cells are innovated, the muscle cells are innovated with an electrical impulse from the brain right tense up. It takes them longer to relax because they're out of whack because this gene is not expressing those chloride ions like it should be. So the brain any longer thinking that we're afraid that there's a danger. It's the muscles. It's all in the muscles. That's right. And it is hereditary can be dominant or recessive meaning either one of your parents can have

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

13:11 min | 2 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"Like the really hazardous stuff is actually not doing anything. My social security number, you know, only points to GO which you can get from a lot less generic information and stuff that you're not making trouble for holding onto. Exactly. And so one of the things that cloud private data does is it lets you d identify data sets. So let's say, you know, especially with GDP are, let's say you're collecting data from around the world. You can identify and then create a data set the hand off your data science team or vendor to do modeling with that contains nothing. Nothing hazardous. They can build a model, pass it back to, you can implement them. Model. And then at no point is customer date is p. I p. h. i. exposed for you to get your hands. Right, right. A lot less toxic data handling as part of that. Well, I have to give shadow longtime listeners will remember. We were doing the kick starter program off. There was a headphone that was supposed to be three d. headphone. It was supposed to be cutting edge, and in fact, it is the thing has been made it exists, but just some interesting news in that the Kickstarter campaign tanked on the company shut down doors. So we had actually thrown two hundred bucks for a set of headphones and a couple of months back. Got the notice that. Oh, yeah. No, sorry. There's gonna be no headphones year. You've lost your two hundred bucks game over. Yeah, just kind of interesting I've had. I've had Kickstarter stuff take years, but this is the first time I've been completely burned in lost all the money which was kind of interesting. But again, part of the risk of buying before anything's come off the factory line. I thought Kickstarter had sort of like, you know, we'll we'll dispute on your half guy. Nothing. Yes. And this was the, it's so funny, right? There's a million comments up on the Kickstarter post of like I am invoking kick starters article twelve or whatever that says. That I have the rights to get my money back and you know, sue you and all this stuff, but it's like, well, the doors are closed. Nobody answers the Email, the money's gone. So you know, you can do all the Kickstarter speech you want. But you know, you're not gonna ever see a buck, I'm sure because there's no blood left on the stone. So yeah, it's funny. I've kind of been soured on some of these things lightly because of things that have taken years. And this was was over two and a half years. It was funny that I have to give them some credit. So you know, we kicked in two hundred, and I think there about ten thousand people that kicked into one hundred bucks. There was a level of one hundred people that kicked on a thousand bucks for early access to the developer kit, and they actually did ship those hundred sets of headphones. And I thought that was kind of half heroic half sleazy in that all the folks that have a thousand bucks to burn what will satisfy them. So they all go away and the two hundred bucks folks. You know where we're betting the odds of litigation from that crew are are small, and then the other whole crazy thing is the IP still. Exists. They did built the thing and it does work. So somebody's got these blueprints for cutting edge headphones that they can take somewhere else and make at some point. And in fact, on that same, I was actually looking odyssey makes a has just come out with a set gaming headphone. That runs about two ninety nine which is supposed to be just kind of totally amazing if you're hardcore headphone geek, it's magnetic planner driver, which is a whole different thing that is supposed to just sound amazing. So, yeah, I may take our losses and go for something that actually ships and put that out there. All right. So for this week for h. roofs, winter, we did have Nick jerk say that he wanted to enter in the contest because he uses rafts to market your so Nick. I think you're all set already got the tool and your, but it was just fun to hear from somebody and he's actually over in Europe is not at the home office owes fund to get across the globe. We do have a true winner today. Lindsey brokered is going to be getting her a trips licensed. We will connect you to Rebecca and get your setup to go. So you can start taking it yet. If you wanna enter, we've got one last one to give away before this quarters promotion is up. You can tweet HFS and marketing over coffee to enter the queue to win. If you go to the show notes, of course, there's a link there. You just clicking preform at the tweet for you, which can save you some hassle. And the big thing of of course getting all the handles, right. So you don't get lost in the in the dust. We had a couple of entries that I found weeks later, try realized they were a letter to, but just h refs our favorite tool here, we have just been loving the whole quarters rise keyword Reese. Search and being able to check out your site and make sure that you don't have any problems with infrastructure that causing Google to ignore your pass you by. And Chris talked all through the quarter about using all the data, and they're both on your own site and competitive sites as far as hot topics so that you can go do further modeling and other stuff too. They have a whole course on driving traffic by getting your blog optimized in tune. We have to that in the show notes, but they've been a great supporter of the show and have a bunch of stuff to check out. So he had jumped in before. It's too late again, tweet to us to enter the queue to win, and we thank h rest for their support of the show. Okay. Facebook group Adleman. Last time we talked, we had kicked that around a little bit and they've rolled out a bunch of stuff. Are you still digging into things over there? Now, I've actually been giving Facebook a miss lately. It's been spending a lot of time with a friend of the show stack debt. One thing that we've been doing at trust insights is sort of trying to figure out how do we re targeting more sensibly. And here's the thing, the old. School version of content marketing where one hundred percent of everything is gated and locked down and squeezing people isn't as effective anymore because it's so much good content out there now that you know people like I don't wanna felt this form. I can get the same information somewhere else. But we've been finding is if you publish a bunch of stuff that's unguided that free common grab it, but you tag the living daylights out of it and you enroll people into very specific audiences. Then when it's time to activate for higher value content, you can run a retargeting campaigns, super cheap, and get those people back and get the form-filling, get the higher value, get more information because they already trust you. They already got the low value stuff. So for different conferences, you've, I'm sure seeing on Twitter on my personal handle. I'll do these network maps for major events like dream force and stuff like who's the most talked about. And every single one of those maps is tagged with hag manager. So that and you know if it's dream force, it goes in the BBC category. If it's health further or hymns goes to the healthcare. Category got all these audiences and rolling leads come rolling people as a click through to the various pieces of content. And then later on when something like when we went over recorded, talks from like inbound or something comes out, we roll out the BB audience, hit them and just get the leads flowing in. So it's a, it's a better way to sort of like to stage content marketing, that's using more retarded pixels and Google tag manager than just Facebook and Facebook is fine. We can. We can enroll people in those specific audiences. Well, but your best bet is tag manager and then a really cheap retargeting system. All right. That sounds good yet stack adaptive friend of the show evoked to them. Many times in their product has proven itself to be top notch when it comes to getting in front of targeted people as opposed to just kind of the whole spray thing. It's funny. You mentioned dream force now Mark, Benny off buying time magazine. And apparently it was from his personal finances. It's not Salesforce dot com. Buying the magazine that's just him and his family and whatever assets are tied up over there. But what did you think about that? Is that raise an eyebrow or at it, or is it just kind of classic old families buying the newspaper thing? Pretty much, yeah. It's like basis buying the Washington Post and stuff. It's it's probably things like, oh, yeah, I I want to keep to keep gangs magazine, but if it goes away, I'm not going to get it in the mail anymore. By the company reminds you that scene from the end of Justice league where we're Larkin because how'd you get the house back from the Bank and Bruce Wayne goes, I I bought the Bank. Yeah, it is. It's like the the big takeover. I wonder how many of these guys have the think of it as a lobbying effort of kind of being able to shape the direction of the property to be more conservative. I don't know. It seems that's always the way it's worked in the past. Is that kind of as the owner swing to one side or the other? The publication ends up following suit. I think there's that and there's also the data side of it too. I mean, these publications e. Even though the the printed edition is struggling, the brand maybe struggling to some degree. They still have tons like decades of legacy data. So it would not surprise me for them to see what can they do with that. And honestly, I think somebody is really just old patronage and hobby like like, this thing's going to buy it. Yeah, yeah, keep it alive. And then I think it does Greece wheels for transition. You know, it's certain old owners, maybe a lot less likely to go towards digital and I'm sure Mark Benny office not gonna put on the brakes on anything going more digital. So exactly. I mean, I saw an interesting thing recently about the whole CBS Aetna acquisition and and why it made sense. There was an interesting comedy that at Nha as an insurance company trying to reduce costs. One of the biggest problems in healthcare is is lack of compliance patients not doing this to be doing. And because international healthcare people only see the doctor like once a year, but they see the pharmacist like twenty to thirty times a year. The gives at no more visibility into patient compliance. So there may even be an aspect of audience awareness. Like, you know, someone like Benny offer obeys wants to be able to see media patterns and how people audiences interact with a pure publication at rather than a commerce or or attack out. That's an interesting point, right? There's got to be a lot of value to knowing like, okay, here's how many people looked at this article on. These are the articles that are spreading into which parts of the country they go and things like that. Yeah, and that's very interesting. See, I can totally see that too. There's a ton of value to the insurance knowing which patients actually do go out and buy the medicine they've been prescribed and are actually taking it, and yeah, and you can actually just drive better rates to the folks that actually do what they're supposed to be doing charge. The frequent flyers more for the folks that are just going for the fun of is doing the Dr not actually taking any part in their healthcare. See that making big difference too. Upgrade to twelve on your apple devices? I am old school. Hold out. So now see we, I always do the same thing. I ride the current phone until there's absolutely not an inch of life left in it, and but then when I do buy always go by top of the line, so I get maximum running. And so we're at end of cycle criminal, both upgraded to I phoned sixes. And so I didn't even take us eleven because I didn't want to take the battery. Of course, total nerd street cred, eleven would hose me because I replaced the batteries. So you know, when they throttle the battery down to for to eat out another year or two that actually kills me. So I didn't take eleven. So yeah, I was just this morning. I'm thinking, well, maybe should I just go straight to twelve? And I say you have made the jump. So what's up yet? So twelve has been a for me a huge group and I have an older ipad air to our number, the name of it anymore. It's like four generations old and it is substantially faster and I up graded. My daughter's iphone six, and that is. Substantially faster. Apparently they made a bunch of speed improvements and much more efficient code because I noticed that the extremely rapid battery drain on my ipad. It still drains faster than I like, but it's it's not like going from one hundred to sixty in in fifteen minutes. It's very, there's a lot of stuff on that frontier. So I know they're doing more with monitoring the battery to throttle things. It's not just default settings whether you should be upper down, but the other replacing ipad batteries is just ridiculous. It's not even worth doing you end up spending the cost of an ipad just to do. But as far as I phones, you can get the parts for like forty bucks if you have some tech chops swapping out batteries is not. I mean, so much so that I don't even bother to use a screen protector because you can get a new screen for twenty bucks. So I'm not going to spend five bucks every six months on a protector when I can just replace the whole screen when it gets wonky. All right. So, yeah, I twelve the big deal and apple watch the to the next generation of watch, which seemed pretty. Cool. I'm actually starting to get more interested in that a bigger screen longer battery life. A lot of interesting. The thing that kills me, I'm surprised nobody has a fully customizable watch face. You'd think that that would be huge people being able to do, you know, all your favorite TV shows are brands or memes or whatever. Have all kinds of crazy watch faces and nobody really does that. Everybody's kept it locked out. Why think this pretty serious intellectual property rules? Yeah, that's true right. Then yet an apples definitely not gonna go that way. They have deals with Mickey and a couple other properties. I know to to line that up. So. We have to take a moment here though. If you're going to be in San Francisco in November for marketing prosperty, be marketing forums, give us a yell, Chris is going to be doing a pre conference session there, and you can get your chance to meet with a thousand other be to be marketing leaders and aspiring leaders over the course of three days. You'll have access to four keynotes sixty five sessions, creative networking, and more the education you'll get it empty will change the way you think in the way you worked, it'll be the lever. You need to level up your career in life. You can register at improv dot com slash Emo CB. We've got

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And you want to protect the life you felt together through thick and then be their protector for life with life insurance from usa get a call today at usa acom slash life the following is a message from congress nick jerk ling innovation in competing with disrupters is a challenge for nearly every business congress like helps ford thinking companies identify opportunities in expedite the process with their state of the art innovation lab the i love is a dynamic workspace with cutting edge collaboration and visuals eishin tools to help global teams innovate and grow visit cohen resnick dot com slash innovation lab cone resnick accounting tax advisory kevin gallagher is a graduate of njit new jersey institute of technology he rose to become president of global specialty chemicals company generating five hundred million dollars a year before retiring he puts sustainability at the center of the company's farseeing business strategy the whole issue of sustainability is an important one for institutions like njit because in many ways it represents one of the next technological front two years we've developed so much in the 20th century and into the twentyfirst century in terms of innovation and technology it's really only been in the last 20 or 30 years that we've begun to worry about well how did those technological solutions continues through multiple generations where we will use up resources less quickly njit graduates are sensitive to an interested in solving technological problems.

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"nick jerk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I wonder how that will turn out six one seven two five four ten thirty doctor around could our and before we go to the break i just want to i was going to ask and i think you are dancer my question what what has was on an overnight flight i was all settled in western my movie in everything and the person besides me cannot all that big size excited for a so that's our small person to decide me this great and i started joe's and i get a fist in the face i was it in and they didn't mean to as journeymen tonight and i think and then to go any kind of woke up and then some time later yeah began flailing right right right in the face est i sit i hit you know you okay i suppose there was a ten just please stop giving him a phrase and that but he should have that are of the condition sorry that's not up that's not a fun condition so that was be with that is ram disorder and so the rams the behavior disorder can lead to these really violent outbursts from sleep there some people experience lucky to fall asleep say during during a class for movie in that kind of shirking now so that's different and that that's not the rights the behavior to sort of that's something that probably is the as the rangers up to sleep potentially when you take away some of some of the suppression of the muscles you get a little bit of reflex trucking those are called to sleep starts or hip nick jerks but it sure is a jerk cents romaine from fans friends for or somebody who's hitting you the yes all right well let's see wentz break and continue here on w breezy newsradio ten third and then they well you're an out jay taunting with bradley jr w easy newsradio ten.

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"nick jerk" Discussed on KVON

KVON

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"nick jerk" Discussed on KVON

"Here's your self that is if you guys are pervert now first of all my and then and that's a technical term that hurt his grip yourself away do i do i need to explain again so you don't yes one oh i feel like i hit you know what you bad it's the hip nick jerk right you have to sleep yup there to sell name for that's with that's the terminology are digging yourself deeper into pat i thought it was a photos with the mic jerk close the same for you know that's all it is all said you're all right and the last nominee for drop of the year on the ben now oh the year twenty sixteen the celtics plantar i this is from our friend genie and that hard and doctor yeah if you go we would explain why judy said that but we have no idea what she says no he randomly boyett stuff out is explosive so um and doctor so those are all julio kinda some a so this right now so if you would like to vote you have right up until the show who start time on our monday ended tuesday show and you can vote on that all right now it is out there i've just bennett said it out on my twitter feed at band malheur and you can vote for any for one of them will be the drop of the year and the winners of the ben is get to golden tickets to golden figures now if you're listening live you can call up and give your acceptance speech we'd love to hear from our winners here in year it's a big night a big night in radio and the radio world comes together we all celebrate the greatness of the show ceasar voting right now none the winner will be revealed on the show on monday in did tuesday foe alexis in rochester the seventh oh drag wade is next on foxsports radio.

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