20 Burst results for "Odile"

"odile" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:23 min | 5 months ago

"odile" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Child care to funding for the procedure itself Odile Shalit is executive director of the Bridget alliance an organization that supports people who want abortion care O deal thank you for talking with us about this Thanks for having me Before we talk about how this new Texas law has changed your work Would you tell us how your job has been affected by the pandemic Absolutely And thank you for that question As that is something that is certainly continuing to unfold So on a basic operational level for Bridget we are a nationwide organization that as you described helps people who must travel long distances to access abortion care especially later in pregnancy So when the pandemic hit the first effect was ultimately to our team and that we had to go from what was our small office in Brooklyn where it was just the three of us To working remotely And this thankfully because the work that we do nationwide is connecting with our clients by phone was operationally a pretty seamless shift What changed was that we like our clients we're all now facing this isolation that was so intense and anyone listening to this can of course relate to it except to experience that kind of isolation when you are at a unique moment of needing to not be isolated when you need to be able to get to care to be with people who can care for you and your body and help affirm your decisions It heightens that moment on an emotional level And certainly the quality of experience around whether or not you believe that you're going to be able to actually get to your care O deal what have you been hearing from your organizational partners in Texas since SB 8 went to effect in September Yeah I think the feeling and the reports that are coming from our partner organizations they are now is that this need is unending That it is complex That it's going to require that those with the skills to be able to build comprehensive travel plans and navigate some pretty daunting legal barriers that if you imagine the state of Texas and the different communities that includes becomes a pretty significant issue when we think about access to abortion care And so I think that we need look no further than to the complexities that organizations in Texas and anyone helping Texans to travel out of the state are having to face which is that you have to be able to embrace that travel does not just mean a bus ride It doesn't just mean a flight It means finding lawyers to support someone with navigating whatever legal barriers may be in their way It may mean contacting organizations like Jane's due process to help minors and young people to be able to travel It means so much more than just this concept of walking out your door and getting to your abortion and coming home So if roe is overturned states would have the right to make their own abortion laws So if they want to outlaw abortion or severely restrict it they can And there are many people of course who think that every abortion is a tragedy and they would like it to become much less common They would like it restricted What is your perspective on that I think the main thing that I want to say is that abortion is healthcare And it is life affirming What we're talking about when we're talking about Bridget helping people travel to get to their abortion care isn't just the facilitating of someone's access to their medical care We're talking about easing the burden of the economic impact of having to do that We're talking about providing someone with the love and support and generosity that is the minimum of what they deserve as they journey through their reproductive lives We're talking about making it possible for people to own their bodies and their own lives and their families and their communities Because abortion and reproductive healthcare is vital to the quality of someone's life and how well they are able to thrive And organizations like Bridget exist because people women people of color have not been able to take care of their own lives the way that they should be able to And the impact to them and to their communities has been so vast and extraordinary And we have to begin to reverse that If roe is overturned that is likely to enormously increase demand for your organization's services Do you feel ready for that Yes and no We will be ready We have developed a really beautiful team that is growing As I mentioned when the pandemic began we had three staff including myself now we have 9 staff members So we've grown considerably We will need to grow more to meet the demand to come But the yes to your question I'm so immensely proud of our coordinators and my fellow directors Who I believe are very clear on what is to come and what will be within our grasp and what won't be because we will have to be very real about that Meaning meaning you might not be able to help all the women who want help No and that's why this will have to be collaborative When you say not within your grasp what do you think you may not be able to do We won't be able to do it alone We will need to collaborate with organizations that have that operate more underground that have a discretion that we do not And they will in turn need us So that people who may live in the most remote and hostile regions of this country will hopefully believe that there is a chance that they could get to their care and be met with a community that supports their decision That's Odell Shalit executive director of the Bridget alliance which provides practical support to women and their.

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"odile" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

05:41 min | 10 months ago

"odile" Discussed on Security Now

"Since not surprise for one thing. Many of these systems on a chip are very resource constrained. They don't have enough extra ram to you. Know barely enough to hold the stuff they need. Let alone create a sufficiently large pool of entropy so the designers of the hardware said okay. We can do this in hardware. And they built in their own source of entropy noise. What are the fundamental components in electronics is a diode odd. Probably everybody knows. Odile uses the properties of semiconductors than to only allow an electric current to flow through it in one direction. Well okay at least in theory. It strongly resists any current flow in the opposite direction. But there's a limit known as the diodes breakdown voltage above which a diode will start to leak in its reverse direction and it turns out that as individual electrons valiantly tunnel their way essentially upstream or against that the diodes attempt to block them. They do emerge victorious on the other side. This breakdown current is quite noisy. Doesn't have any sort of perfect fifty fifty property to it yet but it is utterly unpredictable because it just based on quantum physics literally quantum physics tunneling of electrons. So it can stop. It can serve as a starting point for the system on chips. Full built in hardware. Random number generator which needs to do a bunch of leg whitening in purifying and balancing in order to bring us to like fifty fifty probability. Bits which is what we need so needs to do a lot of work still but it doesn't need you know it's able to do all in hardware and it brings. It gives us something that meets. That's that simple definition that we began with. Does he see. can i ask you just. Parenthetically is does then use that as the seed for the random number generator or is it more sophisticated than that. It's it's actually more sophisticated. It takes a bunch of that and like it compares them with each other like if you got a bunch of bits that are not that are not fifty fifty but if you exor them with others that are also not fifty fifty it quickly. It ends up quickly falling out. So you're able to do some hardware tricks that are very simple and give you high quality randomness given the particular characteristics. That that that that this like the low level tron event thing produce. That becomes the random number generator then. Yes that's number. That's the rent. Those are the random numbers coming. I get it. It turns out that we're back to a response to a resource constraint. Problem almost immediately And i o t hardware has taken a shortcut of using a pure hardware generator that unfortunately leo. And here's where it comes. Out has a limited rate of.

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"odile" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"odile" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"She would do that in wait because like some of her peers are releasing not similar albums. But you know like if you listen to taylor you probably also listen to odile cetera. Or do you think that she just doesn't want to rush the process because like she did release three major projects and she said that red is literally thirty songs long with the conic and much anticipated. Ten minute version of all too well. And it's like that's huge like that is such a long album. So i don't know maybe that conspiracy theory is just way too far down. The robin will the other kind of news in taylor swift world. I'm sure there's a thousand other things. But the scooter braun came out in like variety or something like that and there was a lot of headlines about it. I don't think it was like to damning. Like definitely was about his accomplishments. Which i don't think anyone would take that away from him. He's a very accomplished manager. But talked about the taylor swift re recordings and like purchase of her masters for literally one. Second the entire article coca vilified not saying that he doesn't deserve that at all but it was more talking about other things. I don't know why fucking thing. Because i was expecting more t swift content and it was just like nowhere to be found but it got me thinking. Remember taylor stuck her tongue out when justin selena hugged backstage. Do you think that was because selena was being nice to justin. And she was like oh. That's my best friends like low key abusive boyfriend like on and off again boyfriend or did she. Hey justin because of scooter like back. Then i don't know i was just thinking of like. How deep does this. You know rivalry run anyways. It's the end of an era. Keeping up with the kardashians is officially dunzo. There was a two part union and the first part honestly was a fucking sleeper. Like if you only have one hour to spare definitely watch part to you will not miss anything in part one but it was just really fun because i love bravo. Tv shows for sure but like sometimes. I honestly think i'm watching them for the andy cohen reunion. Because i do really think he asks like pretty hard hitting questions. I think he has a really smart way of doing it where he picks the listener questions that are like pretty scathing like being like khloe. Do you get sad that people think that rob kardashian. Not your like bio dad like stuff. That's like really sensitive but he picks it like from a cue card from a listener..

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Pete Erickson: Will AI Create the Smart Home of the Future?

VOICE Global 2021

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Pete Erickson: Will AI Create the Smart Home of the Future?

"If you look at google. Amazon rolled out similar technology with making suggestions for the consumer about. Hey we've noticed the following behavior or the following pattern. Do you want to automate that. Would you like that just happened and if we can do in that way we believe that's much better way to be able to interact with the consumer in a way that shouldn't alarm them should concern them. They won't get nervous about Those things happening so And machine learning we think are going to continue to move forward and ashley push us or bite significantly on the smart smart home in the future The other thing is that things are things are becoming more connected. Not less connected. We'll just continue to see that everything that that comes out has some connection and even not for control. It's for monitor. i wanna understand. What is the energy consumption of these devices. Sure can be living more more ecologically by having those things only operate during these times of the day that could help the power grid could help my energy savings help. The energy cost savings alone. Eric what are the things that those that these devices could do and then having nadal running in the background to to live the best i possibly can on saving. Conserving were possible to To also help planet so those are all things that we think are are certainly on their way incoming today while i certainly can appreciate especially the the efficiency i think our homes are Are incredibly inefficient. The way that we're running them today And and look forward to How ai machine learning can really just help. Help us create The most efficient way we can live in a reduced usage and Actually improve experience at the end of the day. And i think that's one of the things i i i hear coming out of this talk. Is that really. It's about improving our experience. The experience in our homes or even possibly where we work in terms of like our lighting our our Our surroundings the sounds that are surrounding us. our ability to interact and control. And you know it's it's funny. I always go back to the Kinda the text messaging a revolution. That happened When we went from using our voice to to a synchronous texting a lot of people couldn't imagine that that would actually happen that that voice calls would one day be you know would would not be the primary way that we would communicate and i think the same thing is going to happen with our home is just the way that we interact and communicate with our home's gonna change. We can't imagine right now not going to odile or opening up an app and then controlling that app. But but we're not. I think already there. It just hasn't ruled out yet on on on a broad basis but it certainly it's exciting. I think that The the home of the future is a is a place that does lend itself to just a better experience overall and What i really appreciate. What you said is a healthier

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TV Dinners

Gastropod

08:38 min | 1 year ago

TV Dinners

"How has food. Tv changed over time. And how has it changed us. All not just us gastropod. That's right. you're listening to gastropod the podcast. That looks at food through the lens of science and history. I'm cynthia graber. And i'm nicola twilley and this episode. We're taking a spin around the dial which sounds medieval but believe us when we say. Tv's used to not have remotes. You had to literally spin odile. Even i barely remember those wild and wonderful days. This episode is supported in part by cabot. Creamery cabot is a co-op of new england and new york dairy farmers who make award winning cheeses with pure rich milk straight from family farms their specialty cheeses include unique flavors like roasted garlic cheddar and their team of cheese graders indirect with every batch to ensure award-winning quality. Go to cabinet. She's dot com to find out where to buy cabot near you there. You'll also find pairings how to videos and delicious comfort food recipes like the best mac and cheese and more the first thing to know about the very earliest food. Tv wasn't actually on tv. It was on the radio almost as soon as a radio came into being in the nineteen twenties in the us food radio came into being. It was a really easy way for programs to be created because they were easy and cheap. They were obvious outlets for advertising for sponsorship for food products and appliances. So that's where we saw food before. Tv was even a twinkle in the eye. Kathleen collins is a librarian and professor at john jay college of criminal justice and she's the author of the book watching what we eat. The evolution of television cooking shows the stars of these very first food shows. Were hardly stars in today's cents. These radio shows were unglamorous. It was all teaching housewives. How to economize and optimize and generally do all their chores. Better one of the not remotely. Glamorous stars was a woman named and sammy who we can only imagine was supposed to be the wife of uncle sam which is kind of disturbing. She wasn't actually a person. It was a program delivered by an arm of the. Usda and the she was not just one person but several different actors around the country. Adopting regional accents similarly a figure. That's much more well known was betty crocker. She actually started on the radio and like aunt. Sammy was played by many different actresses and she was one of the first we. Could i guess call her one of the first cooking teachers in broadcasting And we have some fun you one for. You are cooking lessons. This week is on some new christmas cookies. And besides that with sending seven ethically recipes to order numbers of schools who had indicated that they want the wednesday menu ambassador. I hope you'll be sure to watch for them on. Sammy's show was called housekeepers. Chat and betty crocker's was the slightly more enticing cooking school of the air. That sounds as though it was all about meringues and souffles and all things fluffy which it decidedly was not and then the very first television station came into being in the nineteen twenties though at the time the technology was still super experimental and people did not have. Tv's in their homes yet. Even as late as nineteen fifty only nine percent of american homes had a tv set. Foot made the jump to tv before. Tv even made the jump to people's living rooms so more megan was thirst. Tv shafran her snapple titled Tv show was called suggestions for dishes to be prepared and cooked in fifteen minutes and that demonstrated single ring. Cookery back in hundred thirty six. This is julie smith. She's a food writer. And podcast and the author of a new book called taste and the tv chef and she's british so i will translate for her single ring. Cookery means the kind of thing you can make on just one burner in your bed. Sit which is british for a studio apartment. Thanks for the cross pen translation of my uses as well as my bizarre accident. True also interesting. Megan was doing this. Fifteen minute meal about eighty years. Before jamie oliver's tv show and book of the same title. We have a picture of her filming her show dressed in. What looks like a raincoat on our website. Glamour personified where was i but by the nineteen forties food. Tv show started showing up for real in the us to the shows were cheap to produce and they were sponsored by kitchen and food companies and they were pretty boring. It was a very practical probably rather dry and yet a lot of the airtime was filled with these programs in different markets around the country. These shows obviously targeted at women most. Tv's at the time. Were actually in public places rather than homes especially bars where there weren't a lot of housewives. There was a show actually the first national televised. Tv show was james beard and it started in the mid nineteen forties and despite everything i just said about how most of the tv shows and the radio shows were led by home. Economists james beard was not a home economist. He was a gourmet and he was really all about the food and so it was a little strange to have this show on. Tv in a bar being watched by men james beard was kind of a one off for a long time but still here we go right off the bat you can see a gender divide in food tv women were the ones who were proper and teaching viewers had cook the man a ormond. Just appreciate food for food. Food was a chore for women and a pleasure for men until the only lucas came along. So diani lucas. Like james beard was a bit of an anachronism. She was a cordon bleu trained chef. Who was born in. Britain came from a very artistically oriented family. Do you only had a restaurant and cooking school in new york and she treated the kitchen as her art studio. it was her serious creative outlet. Her recipes were complex and mostly french. And they took a lot of time to make she was also kind of a taskmaster her british accent and her scraped back hair and she did not cut corners. But kathleen says the. Tony did occasionally have a little sparkle in her eye. Like when she told viewers to use as much rama's they liked or needed in their cribs. Suzanne that show was on the evening and prime time and it ran from nineteen forty seven until nineteen fifty-six but she was kind of ahead of her time. I would not be surprised if many of your listeners have never heard of the oni lucas. She just came along at the wrong time for the public. Viewing audience at diani did have a big influence on one particularly important person. Julia child the french chef. I'm doolittle she was a california girl. She was not a spy for the cia before being cooking show guru as many people think she was a research assistant at the oh s the precursor to the cia but she was really one of these happy accidents. She married paul child who had a foreign service assignment. in france. They moved to france and she fell in love with food. And she got herself trained. You know at the core blows school which was really challenging as a woman and she just became. You know a master in nineteen sixty one. Julia published a book with two other. Women called mastering the art of french. Cooking it is eight home and that seven hundred fifty. Two page book provided the kick. That landed julia in front of millions of viewers happen was. Julia was doing the rounds promoting her book and she'd been invited onto a book show hosted by a local professor on w. g. b. h. Which is the boston public. Tv station and she decided she didn't want to just talk with the professor. She wanted to cook. She wanted to teach him how to make a proper french omelette. The professor wasn't a particularly skilled cook in this live tv cooking class but people wrote into the show after it aired. They called julia a hoot and the producer thought. Julia was incredibly well-spoken so gbh gave her her own show. It would eventually become the french chef. The show was a huge hit. It was on national. Tv for three decades and it not only made julia household name but it also kind of launched the modern era of food

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"odile" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"odile" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In the facility for a few days to go. Oh, yeah. You know, even though I said last week, I wouldn't mind having it. And if the season should happen now we're OK. We're going to be good to go. That's a quick change and my book for Odell Beckham Jr. I think he needs to find a better way in choosing his words here. And he should. He should have done a better job here before speaking and I don't give him a free pass. Those two weeks later. It's a low you know what I showed up the facility now everything's fine. My telling players. I have concerns. And people have an individual decision to make for Odell, though. And you read other parts. That article where he's talking about the owners just look at them as millionaires, and the owners just, you know, think they have total control over the players. And the stuff that he's talking about. That's it's a quick A very quick 1 80 that Odile back home did very quick. Now I could totally understand. If you are thinking and theirs and skepticism Are the owners going to be addressing The best interest or myself or the best interest for their pocket. A lot of what Odell Beckham said his fare. It comes off the wrong way. Where you say something. Two weeks ago. And I guess this article didn't come out today and after being the facility for one moment, It's Oh, no. Now I'm all ready to be all in for this season. All of delight to say was I have my doubts for the season. And I think we have to be prepared for anything. And he kind of said that But he added in that the season I just feel like the season shouldn't happen and I wouldn't mind not having it. There's okay to have doubts. There's OK to think that the season shouldn't happen. But if you're strongly feel that way You have the right to opt out. Why didn't job doubt then? And now you go from one week. No way that this should happen. And I wouldn't mind not having it. To all the sudden Oh, no, no, We're good.

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"odile" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"odile" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"odile" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"She has been delving in the field of women's health for many, many years in Saada sought after speaker internationally. She hosts a weekly radio show, contributing writer to numerous publications the selling author of hormone heresy what women must know what women must know, to protect their daughters from breast cancer, the return of the ancient seed Chia, and her latest book is the hemp revolution, the eight Izzy health benefits of hemp ex. Tracked. And we are so grateful for the work that she's been doing for over thirty years, and Dr Cheryl Selman nice to have you back. It's great to be with you Frankie. So you have written this book hemp revolution. I would love for you to share with us. What was it about this CV de product? They can of Odile that your radar said, yes, I need to know more about this. Well, first of all, I have to give you credit Frankie because you had been so excited about the, the, the research that you've been doing, and you've really turned me onto this several years ago and entered full disclosure, right? Full disclosure. We're very dear friends. We're best besties. We are. So, you know, I always listen to what you are coming up with right there on the leading edge. And I began to investigate the CBD world. And I was amazed I was amazed at what I was discovering. I couldn't believe that this a product that had so many benefits and so few actually no real downsides at all. So I just started to delve into it, and I wrote a book, that's an easy to read book for the, you know, the, the beginner to understand this story the history, but all of the benefits that hemp extract can offer people safely. And those benefits are so numerous at one point, we joked about it sounding like it was snake oil. You know, it's like, how is it possible, that this, this plant can take care of so many things? And it's true. The more the research is delving into the world of CBD's, which is an ongoing basis. Now there studies coming out every week that show the immense benefits of CBD's without any harm. So, you know, you're looking at a plan that has the ability to communicate with our own system and improve all the key functions from our central nervous system, which has to do with our immune system to our peripheral nervous system, which has to do with the functioning of all the organs of our body. So it kind of covers the basis of what supports our body to stay healthy and to heal when you first started doing the research. Did you ever think that you as an indie would have your own personal story to share because? To tell everyone what happened to you about a month and a half ago. Yeah. You know. One of the benefits of being naturopathic doctor and a host of health show, like you're is that you have access to so many resources you learn about so many possibilities of how you can heal and repair and regenerate the body..

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"odile" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

Are Weeb There Yet?

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on Are Weeb There Yet?

"Better. That could just that could limit within the Sasha. So next week where this better makes sense. I it needs to or watching a show show those recommended for us called as among Odile. It looks fun. It looks non-complex. It looks like these character should have two names at the most. Used to. You're in for a world of disappointment. Thank you for joint. No, no, I'm sorry. You joined us this week. If we don't charge for this. But I feel like oh, you money you like the sky that Scott would a suck the end. That's the only thing that was the only saving grace test soundtrack into mine is great. He's like a bugging robot. But Camille Rulli for artwork. Thank you. I do all the other stuff. Let me let me take another sleep to. Okay. If you have something coherent. You would like us to watch. You can you can send your suggestions to at. Are. We there yet at on, Twitter and Instagram or Email are Riveria gmaiLcom recommend ditch months. So we have to watch it. Please. You can find me on Twitter Instagram, never 'cause I'm dead dead. I will never tweet again. Until. Hypothetically, hypothetically you wanted to you can find my last will and testament at Mr. Patrick Dugan on Twitter and Instagram you could find me on Instagram at Queen period. We've boo on Twitter at Queen underscore. We blew may be digital. Ladies will. You can you can find all of us. Maybe do you can get revived back by Andrew woman as zombie Mon who Israel digital. Just just look any word put monitor the end of it today. Eighty percent shares a real ABT Brendan which stands for almost better than silence, which is other video game podcast. Yeah. There's a where he won't talk about. I'm playing those games. Just I can talk about it. They need to Camille Rulli for artwork and vain you to Louis John for theme song stories off the beach. You can find all of Lewis music Louisa band camp dot com. Thank you. And we hope you'll join us next week as we learned to live with him did. Did. Seeing the difference.

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"odile" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:25 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Chris kill him. We are products radio. And I gotta tell you. I'm really jazzed about today's show. There is no question that CBD from hemp oil is the hottest ingredient in the health and nutrition industry right now, it is sweeping the country. But what exactly is CBD? What is good for? And whom I give this a try Chris kill well well-informed. He's been following the story and he's on the line with us friends. You're not gonna believe what you're about to learn about CBD. Now, you've probably seen Chris Gillam on Fox News or one of the top doctor shows on CBS or NBC CNN calls Chris killing the Indiana Jones of natural medicine. He's an ethnobotanist author of twelve books at a high level advisor purity products. Welcome back to the show, Chris. Well, thank you, Steve. You know, I always enjoy a conversation with you. How you doing today? I am doing great. But I gotta say this CBD stuff. This is gone nationwide. I would say probably worldwide for that matter. So with that being said, Chris let's set the stage or an ethnobotanist you've been chasing exotic herbs and natural plants from around the world for decades now so for those tuning in what is it that is still hot? It's almost like a gold rush air CBD comes from cannabis Steve. And and they're really two types of cannabis. It's all the same plant, but one variety if you will we refer to as him, and it doesn't have the psycho activity of marijuana, which is what most people think of when they think of cannabis and we've seen a loosening of restrictions on production of him, especially for fibre for nutrition. This is really opened up a whole new world of investigation and study into. To the compounds in hemp oil, and it turns out that Phoebe can of Odile and other what are known as Canaveral wide that naturally occur in hemp oil are extraordinarily valuable for our bodies in dozens of ways that we didn't even know about say twenty years ago. So what's happening right now is that the science on CBD and him oil derived canal. The noise is coming out almost like a fire hose and the market is really lit up with CBD products, hemp oil products of all different kinds. And you know, we want to take a very strong position with the highest quality products available today, we'll him boil and CBD have a very rich history. And we'll get to that for sure. But you say that the the Fido Canaveral aids are a medical breakthrough. Right. Can you explain this to us cannabis derivatives have been used as medicine? Listens in a certainly all Asian cultures and European cultures for thousands of years. We just didn't really understand what was going on. And it turns out, but we didn't even know about the canal annoyed into the sixties the nineteen sixties when they were discovered by scientists in Israel, and it turns out that there are about a hundred or so of these Fido, Fido, Canaveral means plant derived can add about one hundred or so in hemp oil, and it turns out that as researchers have investigated them. They found that there's this entire system in the body that we literally didn't even know existed that these canal speed and in doing so help to support cardiovascular health and immune function and brain function, nerve health and energy, and so many. Different things. So it really is a medical breakthrough. This is like antioxidants were thirty years ago. And I think we're in the midst of the canal annoyed explosion if you will. Right. The CBD ritual. It's beneficial without the psychoactive cannabis, right? Explain them because that's a huge distinction. What are some of the examples of how people young and old are are using CBD? Chris CB, the as you pointed out, it's not going to get you high. You know, psychoactive cannabis, you know, typically known as marijuana will get you high mocha's or are consumed in edibles and CBD will not do that it feeds of variety of receptors throughout the entire body. You know in the nervous system and respiration and digestive system, and so we're we're still in the process of learning. Many of the uses of CB. But we're definitely onto the fact that that CBS yourself in a whole matrix of hemp hemp oil is of great great value. If you just joined his Chris kill him, the medicine hunter is on the line with us today. We're talking about the CBD revolution. And how it's changing the way people are taking supplements today. And by the way, purity products is leading the way with this new CBD's super formula impurities even gonna let you try a bottle for just nine bucks. We're gonna get to that just a moment. But Chris I've got to ask the question are all him oil and CBD products similar. I understand the idea they of a full spectrum and organic CBD is really absolutely critical. A why is that Steve you, and I have spoken before about herbal ingredients in about the fact that there's a really broad range of a qualities with the same herbs, you know, the same extract so Jin saying. May be poor quality or maybe a great quality extract. And that's also true with CBD while you mentioned the full spectrum. You want the entire hemp oil hemp, which is non psychoactive cannabis is crushed and the stocks in the leaves yield CBD in addition to a whole broad range of you know, what we've been talking about the fight. Oh canal. And this this entire matrix is the delivery system for CBD. So as we do with all ingredients, you know, when the guys at purity, and I get together we we went after the best source. We could find which is European base full spectrum organic, you know, full spectrum hint oil, and that's what we're using in our CB super formula. So the people can get the maximum benefits. Tell you. I gotta congratulate you on the 'cause you you guys. Created the CBD's super formula. I love that idea. And there's even a nine dollar trial bottle with free shipping today, which makes it so easy to get started. But Chris this CBD super formula there there really is nothing like it in the marketplace is just two capsules a day. It combines this full spectrum as you said organic CBD from Europe, plus a clinical dose of an elite botanical called ks sixty six this with a bevy studies behind it to as well this chaos, m sixty six is clinically studied to to combat stress. We mentioned that earlier and promote mental clarity. So that in itself, that's an intelligent combo. Chris maybe you can break that down for a bit more in thinking about hemp derived by Kinabalu, it's and thinking about this Phoebe rich hemp oil, we really decided the folks at purity, and I treat this like any other super high quality ingredients could we do to augment. What it what could we do to, you know, very significantly add to it to boost the actively overall to give a broader range of of health benefits, and we we really zeroed in on this chaos and sixty six ushwyn gone to extract certified organic clinically studied in over. I think it's now seventeen human clinical studies to combat stress to promote mental clarity on. It's kind of like mental windex, and you know, when we really thought about what would we add to an already excellent CBD rich hemp oil, you know, organic we decided that this was the the perfect combination. So we put a full clinical amount of KSCM sixty six so six hundred milligrams of this in every daily dose, you know, to support energy to support, you know, mental clarity to help to combat stress for greater comfort and vitality. Overall. Paul, and we think this really makes a superior combination. I want to get back to the science for a moment. Chris and ask you about e c s or Indo ten of annoyed system. How does this effective various areas of our health? This is a crazy thing. We didn't know that the Endo canal annoyed system that can have it system inside our bodies. We didn't even know this existed until the nineteen nineties. This is a new discovery in medicine, and the thing is that the the Endo canal system turns out to be a master regulating system. I it sounds crazy that we didn't know about it. But we didn't a master regulating system for a respiratory function brain function heart health liver function of bone, growth and development, healthy skin a good kidney function, the Endo it canal annoyed system as it turns out is vast. We have all these. Receptors throughout our brains and bodies that are designed to basically feed if you will on Canaveral awards, and that's where hemp derived, a CBD rich oil comes into play, the CBD and the other Anabel noise feed this end up canal system, and that has a reverberating effect through almost every single major system in the body. So it's not a little discovery. It's a huge discovery of article discovery. It's completely revolutionising. A lot of the ways we think about medicine. It really is amazing. They just started tapping into that master regulating system in the nineties yet it's existed forever that this is really raked through right? Chris it is. And you know, once in a while, you'll read in medical or scientific literature about, you know, the discovery of, you know, a new small gland or organ, something you have. You know, how come they didn't know about that before new way that certain things function, but this is really kind of taken the entire health and medical world by surprise. Because the implications are that this is an important system in controlling all of our other systems. So the work is very much ongoing, the primary researchers who are at this or making literally making new discoveries every week and as much as we know now, and we do we do know decent amount about the Endo canal system. It's only a fraction of what we're going to understand as the years. Go by Chris hold that thought for just.

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"odile" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I taught small ING was decent in that he battled and Choi to remove part of Essy's Joel look unfairly, by the way, I defend him on that tax. He he was clearly is on the ball trying to win the ball will the blood was that because he drew blood from messy, but that was caused not by the initial tackle. But when his arm swung back around. Yes. And hit him like as he was kind of making like a running motion. It was it was very physical. That's kind of what you have to do with him. Well, you gotta get in front of the ball as well. You don't want him turning their with acres of space behind him. Being a foot race would Lino messy though, I'm not saying the referee couldn't have given a foul for Schori could. But in that first half, you could definitely have seen certainly that United. If we're going to score it was going to be because of some excused if United. We're going to score. It was going to be because some Barcelona mistake like they had a couple of free kicks from dangerous spot. Remember rash? I had one that was a decent attempt. He was one past the post early on. It was like I attempt, but yeah, it's it's just it's all in the context of of this new era now that we're talking about, and I don't know it was very flat. Yeah. And look for all the criticism that Barscelona seemed to be getting in victory. It's funny. There were still moments in the second half. Where it just like it felt like the goal was coming. And maybe that is why there's some positivity around United because it never did. And I can't be only one that felt that there were these moments where I was like okay now Barcelona are starting to look like Barscelona that goal is going to happen Suarez. Put one of the side-netting. Yeah. You know, they went through a patch. Where it was you know, ticky taka quick passing movement getting opportunities and the goal never came. But there were still moments where I was like, okay. This is like they are I still do see Barcelona out there. Yeah. And I suppose second-half substitutions Valverde was like wounded is good enough air guys get these back to the new company brings on tour of Odile, and they sit back much deeper when United had a lot of the possession in the second because Barcelona let them have it yet. So how would you feel going back to the second leg for this one? I think bash going are going to go true on its going. You need players like pod to step up as well. You can't be that anonymous and be such a key creative force scarred. Hominy was probably their best player today. Almost drew a penalty. Fred's mauling guys like that you need your creative forces on fire, by the way, PK PK the wound United chance toward the end in the second half. Where PK slid in whip the bottle way from the oncoming marshy, Allah believe it was he was imperious at times tonight. He wasn't tested. But it was a foot race in the second half where you're thinking something PK against rash verd-. This isn't going to be was a standing start for PK. And he completely burned him was in total control. He is a fabulous defender. We don't talk enough about how good he's. Yeah. That's a good point. Let's see Jay we go onto the other game from earlier today. I x one event is one. And if you didn't watch it which unfortunately, a lot of people didn't. Because look when it's up against the United Barcelona. He's that's a that's a truly glamorous fixture. So can't be shocked by that. Would it not have been nice for one of the Turner family channels to put both games on would have been nice, wouldn't well, they're they're trying to do the drive people to the app, right? Yep. Yet this one I'll tell you. What man like boy, I look like the real deal like event is are leaving Amsterdam feeling fortunate. I would imagine feeling great at that was one..

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"odile" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I taught small ING was decent in that he battled and Choi to remove part of Essy's Joel look unfairly, by the way, I defend him on that tax. He he was clearly is on the ball trying to win the ball will the blood was that because he drew blood from messy, but that was caused not by the initial tackle. But when his arm swung back around. Yes. And hit him like as he was kind of making like a running motion. It was it was very physical. That's kind of what you have to do with him. Well, you gotta get in front of the ball as well. You don't want him turning their with acres of space behind him. Being a foot race would Lino messy though, I'm not saying the referee couldn't have given a foul for Schori could. But in that first half, you could definitely have seen certainly that United. If we're going to score it was going to be because of some excused if United. We're going to score. It was going to be because some Barcelona mistake like they had a couple of free kicks from dangerous spot. Remember rash? I had one that was a decent attempt. He was one past the post early on. It was like I attempt, but yeah, it's it's just it's all in the context of of this new era now that we're talking about, and I don't know it was very flat. Yeah. And look for all the criticism that Barscelona seemed to be getting in victory. It's funny. There were still moments in the second half. Where it just like it felt like the goal was coming. And maybe that is why there's some positivity around United because it never did. And I can't be only one that felt that there were these moments where I was like okay now Barcelona are starting to look like Barscelona that goal is going to happen Suarez. Put one of the side-netting. Yeah. You know, they went through a patch. Where it was you know, ticky taka quick passing movement getting opportunities and the goal never came. But there were still moments where I was like, okay. This is like they are I still do see Barcelona out there. Yeah. And I suppose second-half substitutions Valverde was like wounded is good enough air guys get these back to the new company brings on tour of Odile, and they sit back much deeper when United had a lot of the possession in the second because Barcelona let them have it yet. So how would you feel going back to the second leg for this one? I think bash going are going to go true on its going. You need players like pod to step up as well. You can't be that anonymous and be such a key creative force scarred. Hominy was probably their best player today. Almost drew a penalty. Fred's mauling guys like that you need your creative forces on fire, by the way, PK PK the wound United chance toward the end in the second half. Where PK slid in whip the bottle way from the oncoming marshy, Allah believe it was he was imperious at times tonight. He wasn't tested. But it was a foot race in the second half where you're thinking something PK against rash verd-. This isn't going to be was a standing start for PK. And he completely burned him was in total control. He is a fabulous defender. We don't talk enough about how good he's. Yeah. That's a good point. Let's see Jay we go onto the other game from earlier today. I x one event is one. And if you didn't watch it which unfortunately, a lot of people didn't. Because look when it's up against the United Barcelona. He's that's a that's a truly glamorous fixture. So can't be shocked by that. Would it not have been nice for one of the Turner family channels to put both games on would have been nice, wouldn't well, they're they're trying to do the drive people to the app, right? Yep. Yet this one I'll tell you. What man like boy, I look like the real deal like event is are leaving Amsterdam feeling fortunate. I would imagine feeling great at that was one..

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"odile" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on KTRH

"Me son, Houston dot com. I was away to disappointment. I was at the time at a rail line, and I was very into by Tokyo, Gibert Odile. Hey me. He was ready dishonest. He only gave a first name. He didn't need to stay for the police report. Jim they're able to dig deeper nicely found out where he came from a who works fine things of that nature. If you've been an accident alway him our picks. I know how to get you all the money the Laos as it's your day. Seven three seven seven seven four thousand principle office, Houston, Texas, coming up your faster commute. From the Gulf Coast windows dot com traffic center. This report is sponsored by Houston. Acura dealers and see thousands at your Houston. Acura dealer right now. Find aggressive lease at financing deals on all Acura models, slick passenger deacs alter responsive t LX and the all new reimagined twenty nineteen RDX at your dealers dot com. Houston zoo. Traffic breaking news twenty four seven from the calorie furniture made it America's studios. This is NewsRadio seven forty KT. Houston an iheartradio station. The economy added nearly two hundred thousand jobs in March after a dismal February cutter, it's ten thirty on news of seven forty KTAR h. Traffic weather together. Here's Julie hardy with a couple of wrecks one's going to be on the downside of eight. It's going to be on the ramp to the south loop and traffic is backed up. Good five minutes worth looks like there's one on sixty nine the southwest inbound right before you get to five twenty seven about five minutes away and another one on forty five inbound as you're trying to exit to the grand Parkway hardy and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center channel forecast. A slight chance for showers high eighty three we're up to seventy two now.

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"odile" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"I just won an election with sixty three million votes. Are so sixty three million. I had to you love them home dealer walking three. Oh, six two two twenty three. And I'm saying to myself, wait a minute. I just one one of the greatest elections of all time. Now, you didn't country, and even you will admit that. No. And now I have somebody writing a report that never got vote. It's called the mother report. So explain that because my voters don't get it. Eight his voters because nobody ever voted for molar special counsel is not on the elected office. Just saying this man is just so stupid. Oh my God. He is a national emergency. Sixty three million. No, Hillary Clinton. I think got sixty five million Hillary Clinton received three million more votes than did Donald Trump. But he doesn't say that. Yes. Millions of people voted for this doofus, but millions more voted against him. No worries K wheel in the YouTube chat room says please no more Trump. That was the last Trump clip in playing I promise it's just sometimes it's just so inconceivable the things that he says, they're just the stuff that comes out of his mouth. You just can't imagine any. Reasonable person staying these things and there's nothing reasonable about Donald Trump. I understand that. But all my God, the fact that the president of the United States is still more than two years after the election still trotting out these numbers, and by the way, he got them wrong. There's something really wrong with him. And not that I agree with George Conway anything except his opinion on Donald Trump. But somebody needs to do something about this man before he gets us all killed, okay? On in other news. Those grounded Boeing seven thirty seven max planes are expected to be grounded for a while the FBI yesterday joined the criminal investigation into the certification of the planes lending its resources to an inquiry by the department of transportation and in related news. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is under internal department investigation for allegedly promoting the commercial interests of Boeing his former employer while he served at the Pentagon. Yeah. You know, there's some. Saying there's some idea out there that Shanahan might have had a hand in getting these planes certified for flight when obviously they shouldn't have been. Wow. Damage and losses in Nebraska, Iowa and the upper mid west from winter weather and flooding will exceed a billion dollars. And we're not talking about big cities here we're talking about a rural territory here farm bankruptcies were already on the rise in the agriculture sector has been pounded in Nebraska alone. Livestock losses are estimated at four hundred million dollars in crop losses at four hundred forty million meat prices are on the rise nationwide. But I haven't heard that the corporate media mentioned this very much in the last few days. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world cyclone Odile has been called one of the worst weather related disasters in the history of the southern hemisphere in Mozambique, more than two hundred people have been confirmed dead, another ninety eight in Zimbabwe or dead and fifty six more in Malawi Mozambique's, President said the true death toll of day could be much higher probably somewhere around thousand..

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"odile" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Ingredient that gets you high pro- Acura inside of it. The other side of the coin or of the plant is the can of Odile mechanical by all five mechanical gory from CBGB's CBS. And and it goes on from there and eighty five different turkeys, and and Canada Diaa is non psychoactive. And so that's what they're talking about. When they mix in cost, you know, ham industrial hemp again strained. So what you're hearing from the farm Bill, and I see a lot of falsehoods come out is it's not legal to have CBD in all states. Federally legal. So what they found Bill. They took industrial hemp, which means swamp. Stringing you can have heard the sheaf canal, and you can make jute bags and called being and hats and things of that nature, but it's point zero three THC. So you you get you hot and strains of ham that they're now perfecting we have over twenty percent are pure CB. But once you make it into an oil and just using the stocks, and then you you actually process, but flower where the CB at the a at now become the drug under the FDA regal stale in all fifty states. So that's the distinction. Everybody's selling CBD state-by-state. You can you can you try to cross the line, and you're breaking federal law? Glenn Martin is the CEO and president, of course of weed Inc. They're publicly traded on the stock symbol b you Deasy. And I wanted to keep you Glenn over Glenn is cleansed.

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"odile" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Clinical trials beyond PTSD and on the CV decide to find these answers for our veterans about you deserve the mouse. Hey, Glen, I got a question because I know there's people are going to send me emails after this. Explain to folks the difference between CBD and THC cannabis and hemp. Their close cousins, you know, maybe another show, we can tell you why help was and Casey comes from the civil war and after recreation reconstruction, they changed over an outlawed hats on a cotton boys would come back from the southern kopech India Akron out scare tactics. Tighter to Mattie wanna as they call it. And. Nineteen thirty seven's performed the marijuana tax stamp back. Prohibition till now, so basically tetrahydrocannabinol eight nine ten eleven twelve cannonball, Cartwright accountable nine is a main active ingredient that gets you high is the pro active inside of it. The other side of the coin or of the plant is the cannabis dial mechanical by all say five main Canada Gorey's from CBGB's. And and it goes on from there to eighty five different turkeys, and and Canada Diaa is non psychoactive. And so that's what they're talking about. When they mix industrial hemp industrial hemp, again has different strains. So what you're hearing from the found Bill, and I see a lot of falsehoods come out is not legal. CBD in all fifty states. It's federally illegal. So what they found Bill is they took industrial hemp, which means it's stringing. You can have heard the sheaf canal, and you can make jute bags and call and hats and things of that nature, but it's point zero three THC. So you you it doesn't get you hot and certain strains of ham that they're now infecting we have some over twenty percent are here are CB. But once you make it into an oil and just using the stocks, and then you you you actually process before our where the CB at the can of Odile is at it now becomes a drug under the FDA and regal scaling. In all fifty states. So that's the distinction. CBD state-by-state. You can you can do it. You try to cross the line, and you're breaking federal law. Glenn Martin is the CEO and president, of course of weed Inc. They're publicly traded on the stock symbol be you Deasy. I wanted to keep you Glenn over Glenn is Clinton's with us from Israel.

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"odile" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:58 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Rain. Nothing, but my license tag. Arch in Ann Arbor. Appreciate the phone call because you just you just made me feel good. He did. It just made me feel good about that. I love Brady Ben Brady you call anytime. When when I when when I need to pick me up you always come through. Seven three four nine thousand hundred fifty let's go to market Lansing. What's up, Mark? What's up, man? You're right. I'm stay right. Okay. Illinois best player is is a freshman. Four five star. I think he may have been McDonald's all American, but I'm not sure his early score. And he's the most he's highest profile player. Anyway, they got they got a seven footer on the team. He didn't play much. One of the forwards. I'm not sure how tall is. So averaging about ten points. Again, that's about it. They they play like a bunch of crackheads in that. Yeah. But it wow. No, I have not seen Illinois this year. I I'm not gonna lie. Yeah. You run around like a bunch of madman. I'll give him that much. Yeah. I won't go as far as so they just throwing balls up in the air. They say they hunt down the ball defense. They extend the defense very much like South Carolina did with but without without the talent. Right. They do try to pressure you pressure. You on defense. They do they speed. Yup. Try to force you into mistakes gonna pay the premium on our ball, handlers and their ability to to be patient and not in control. They will try to speed you up though. All the way in every aspect of the game. They have no discipline on offense zero. But they will they they look like they are they are more. They are more cohesive, more competent on defence. There's no denying that they played some teams, although their their record doesn't reflect it they played Notre Dame they play Gonzaga. I think they had Kazakh Odile and a couple of other high profile or or decent teams is, you know. It's a good match up, man. And you know, they're going to be hungry. 'cause they have money, right? And they play the number two team. Right. So they hungry. Sure. So this is going to be the game. I don't know. It's it's a casual Michigan fan is looking passes game. But I wouldn't I wouldn't they lost to Gonzaga by looking at it now by six they lost Georgetown competitive game. Eight. They've had some they lost another Dame by two. Had some some poor performances against the Brassica. SC Michigan state state. Yeah. Pretty much. They haven't played state yet. Well, so I'll say by eleven. Yeah. They're up and down down tonight. They had that fix before the game look out 'cause they might they might come out. And do some interesting things against Michigan tonight. We'll see how much you hose up. I is it. They don't crack. Go ahead. I was just gonna ask is it more street Bali's than what I'll man so they're not organized a little bit. They're not organized on offense. Okay. Straight up straight up. Upstream. Not nothing but one hundred percent on a day trip on adulterated street ball. Yeah. They do man. That's straight up on defense, though. They they looked like they got a little system in place that they play too. They do and they go. They don't put pressure on the ball. Sometimes full court. So. Which means Simpson's going to have to play. He wa he always playing right. He's gonna he's gonna he's gonna have people on his face all gain this game sandwich. Jordan PU sandwich isles same with Iggy. I'll the guys that are responsible for handling the ball. They're gonna have ball pressure. We'll see we'll see what they do. We'll see what they use. We'll see if they do a good job of sharing because the way we dribble drive. They're going to be opportunities to kick. It. To to the person wherever they open person may be you may see John get allow looks tonight. I doubt seriously. They're gonna spend it on him because he. They did they send it on him. He's not a threat to put it on the floor. I wouldn't mess with John. I just won't let John spot up square up shoot shot from from where he shoots, right? They they've oh do pressure the ball that has been a staple of Underwood's since he's been there. And again, it might miss you might get them get them, but it will be at least a fun game to watch. 'cause I guys I can see Jordan pool break in maybe even getting arrested for doing. So he feloniously break in maybe five or six angles tonight. Really? Oh, man. They're going to be out there what he's done. He does. He does break. He got a little taste for last game. So you think he's just gonna take off? Still annoying would have been his choice. Not issue. Not a personal with him too. Then. Play ball. Is that went to play a little ball, Illinois? I would have been the pig. I'm sure he's he feels like he's going back kinda home ish a little bit. But. Was aloe. More space to do game, which is already super Spacey right anyway. Yeah. Should be fun man before to take time. Well, we'll see what happens with these. I believe they were trying to pump the brakes a little bit on on the Gaddis hiring. Yeah. Because we we don't know how this how these responsibilities to be delineated. We've had guys been called play caught callers does Djilas been there. And even though we don't have any farm field grasp for the responsibilities were I think I think most people think that he was called. He was responsible. Ultimately for what we saw there on offense. When it came to play calling if that indeed the case, and we gotta have we gotta have philosophical change so far as. We're going to see real change on on on the field. We gotta see Jim loosen that up a little bit. Or jim? He's going to go to the to the wizard who who was the one that responsible for immagination, and it was a and brain and all other kind of stuff which one of the wizard did it all, but who was the one that lacks confidence that would that would be the lion winning or cowardly lion. Curry? Yeah. We need a little courage, man. You got you connected to Jim, Jamie. Go ahead and do your thing and turn the light on. I know I'm tired of doing this. Anyway. Thanks for the call, Mark. We gotta go to overdo. Well, overdue break we come back. We got the phone still open talking basketball talking coaches, too because you know, we got do coaches coming in. So you're listening to the end zone. This is the end zone. Is a gig.

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"odile" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"And another thing, obviously, I love the matchups across the board. Like, we like we mentioned seen gronkowski with Desmond king may bracket them with Adrian Phillips over the top Julian Ataman same thing throw endure when you can mix and match with those three it's beautiful. I love king being physical enough to hang with gronk. Plus he's the team's best coverage corner you take away one of their biggest weapons right away Adrian Philipson German on Julian Edelman their next best receiving weapon who is James white out of the backfield. There's a great combo of Phillips King James rotating with gronk and that'll men throwing watching James wine expert as well with those three and you've got a beautiful match of the. The only thing you don't want to do. And the patriots are going to try to do as get you Leela die matched up on one of those two at some point and Di did great last game didn't make any mistakes at least. But you try not to get a di- mashed up on a gronk or element because that's going to be bad news James white for that matter. Yeah. Any of them, really? You know, I mean to be fair Odile had a really good game against gronk last year, and we ate so and maybe in gronk diminished state. You can have Jalil cover him every once in a while not on a regular basis, obviously. But mix and match may be having be part of a bracket plan, or, you know, something I don't know. He did do a pretty good job against him last year. But I agree. You don't want particularly James white. You really don't want a di- on white or adamant in particular. I think with gronk you might be able to get away with it a couple times. But with Ataman white. That's just a recipe for disaster detrimental. So let's go ahead and flip it and we'll go the patriots defense versa. Chargers offense, and we'll start with defensive line. And here we'll talk about the interior in the guys the more stout. Part of this defensive line surprisingly enough for people who are longtime charger fans is Lawrence guy. Surprising seeing him in a charter uniform. You couldn't wait for him to leave. And now he's their best interior defender for the patriots. And he might be like a top ten interior guy. He is so good. I think he's like number three or number four on PF from there you go. Yeah. No, he's. Yeah. He seemed like a top ten interior defender to me. I mean, he was good. He's so good at the point of the TAC. He doesn't really have the sack numbers but his ability to get after the quarterback and he's usually in the quarterbacks area. He's very good. The two guys behind him though, not so much Danny Shelton. Malcolm Brown struggle. Most of the year. They're run defense gives up an average of four point nine yards per carry and total of one hundred twelve yards per game. And it starts up front in that interior. They really get gashed up the middle. It happened. In a lot of the games that I watched that you can really attack the middle defensive line on the edge gets better. Trae flowers showed really good speed off the edge. He's they're most effective pass rusher. He leaves. Team with seven point five sacks leads the team with nine tackles for loss. So good this year real jumping his progression flowers looks really really good. Just going back to watching the seventeen tape of the patriots so much better. This year, Trey flowers hugely on the other side. They've got Dietrich wise. He's their next best pass rusher. He's got four and a half sacks on the year. Well, he isn't nearly as good as the chargers pass rusher. Those two wise and flowers what they do. Well, is defend the run on the edges. They're very disciplined. You don't really get them to bite on a lot of fakes. But what you can do with stretch them out. They're not too fast. So a lot of pitches and tops can work. This defense also is one of the more blitz. Happy teams in the NFL on third down thirty one percent of the time and they get pressure. Forty one percent of those time..

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"odile" Discussed on iMore

iMore

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"odile" Discussed on iMore

"Of this weird anymore. Whoever gets that will own the next generation of interface, and it's totally up for grabs. Still. I I still like I love what you're talking about. But I just want to actually do what I ask it to do. I'm still at the state where that's true. But I mean, they're all. They're also done that the real person you'd fire them. I'm certainly not saying that serious worse than any of the other obsolete. Worst all of them are like kindergarten kids, and we need school student badly. Yeah. Definitely. And I yeah, I love I love the idea that like Rene what you were saying you were kind of laying out. This basically lists shortcut. Really when you think about it. It's just like we like shortcuts doesn't do the kind of level of detail that you do but that short with Siri Siri shortcuts cannot be built with Siri. And if they could then starts to get real interested. That's yeah. Like if that were possible that would be so fantastic yet. Like every time. It's friday. Let me remind there's a podcast 'cause I'm obviously too. Driving and can't get home in time sewing. I'm with there was murdering or again, you might remember that from previous serious. Why kids are started playing in the did the bug? Where are you not murdering them you're releasing from there? What is it freeing them to earn freeing from they're suffering? Correct. Yes. So for you. It's a holy quest. On on your list. Renate? I think just going through all the things that you have here. I think night-sight Google has nightside on. I think it's the pixel three phone tell me if I'm on that. I have a friend who used it. And it was really impressive. So I think that would be great if we had some kind of. Yeah. Like to about it that I think I will improve the one is like a lot of Google stuff is post processed like they don't do live portrait mode. It doesn't afterwards. An apple tends to like live stuff. They wanted to look like it's a real camera. So if apple could fake it while it's live, but also some photographers have said, they don't like it because it turns nighttime into day and all they want is better nighttime. So if it could like also turn nighttime into evening, I think that would be great, right? And and the the camera on the iphone tennis, especially it's great at nighttime. It really is. I took some incredible pictures New Year's Eve we were outside in the backyard and the only light coming from anything was the fire from the fire pit. And I took these great pictures, but I like the idea of really being able to kind of whole out a lot of a lot of background that you can't see in nightfall. Ios. And the great thing about Google's ability about night. Nightside. It doesn't look bad. It. It's this idea where I think we've probably all done this before we took a picture in the dark or in a dark room, and we were trying to get like, you know, something in the Bush or something that was kind of far off. So then we just like hike up the brightness. And this real noisy. And it looks terrible news still can't see that object that you were trying to get a picture of nightside actually turns up the brightness in does it takes out all that noise. So it does a pretty darn good job of that. And I love to merge a bunch of frames to get rid of the motion blur. But also because white balance is totally shot when you do that use a machine learning to figure out what the white balance should be, and then read applause. Yeah. And apple is really good at doing these kinds of things. I think they could if they were going to steal from from Google. This is a good one still just like what you're saying. I would love to see it a little more on the live end of the spectrum. And I would love to like really make it as bright as day. But maybe even have like Dr Odile so you can adjust just how bright you really wanted to Portugal. Yeah. Be pretty cold new universe. I feel good. No, you didn't. And had her little..

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The difference between hemp oil and medical marijuana, says expert

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

09:47 min | 4 years ago

The difference between hemp oil and medical marijuana, says expert

"Hemp boil legally to be hembo has to be under point zero, three percent. THC THC is the psychoactive component of marijuana. So there are hemp plants in there are cannabis marijuana plants, and. The medical marijuana, right, or something that you're going to go into a dispensary to get has been bred with that cannabinoid that THC they've kind of upped it. They've, you know these growers now have really gotten into the magic of crossbreeding in boosting this cannabinoid. This t h c cannabinoid and that particular cannabinoid does you know magical things for people. And not as the kind of boy cannabinoid that has different affect than the Fido cannabinoid dial that. I take with hemp, totally different effects. So do you get high on this? No. No THC. You will right. CBD. Cannabinoid dial you will

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