23 Burst results for "Okada"

"okada" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"okada" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I'm flippant It was Mark 26th 1997 a Sunday Santa okada sheriff deputies responding to an anonymous tip went to a large home in the north county Hello My need to support an anonymous tip Who do I talk to Okay This is regarding what This is regarding a master or so And I can give you the address That address was for a mansion on a street at Rancho Santa Fe Deputies discovering the bodies of 39 people 21 women and 18 men all members of a cult whose name was heaven's gate This week I talked to one of the setting of reporters who covered the heavens gate story bob Lawrence from channel ten So every newsroom operates with an assignment editor and our assignment editor like everyone else they all listen to the police radios And he heard something and he said you need to go up to this address at Rancho Santa Fe There's just some weird going on We're not quite sure But I don't think anything could prepare anyone for what everyone found up at this mansion on a narrow street in Rancho Santa Fe Nothing could have prepared you for what was eventually the heavens gate result on this small screen and in this mansion in Rancho Santa Fe So when you first got there would you told right away by authorities what had happened or something about it I think what struck me first was the look on the sheriff's deputies because that was their purview The look on their faces as they were coming in and out of a home We of course they kept the news media back and they kept everyone back basically But to see the look on their faces of disbelief And so obviously it wasn't until later we found out why they had they appeared this way And I will never forget two things The horde of media coming down Not only from Los Angeles but from every network affiliate everywhere every state must on this one small street Satellite trucks were everywhere Microwave trucks were everywhere The reporters were everywhere And obviously there were a lot of things that surprised you and a lot of reporters who covered that story But as their one thing that you remember discovering or finding out about that may have particularly disturbed you or made you question just what had happened Because there were so many members of the media there They sheriff's department had decided to hold a news conference at the del mar fairgrounds One of my neighbors former neighbors was also a public information officer Nonetheless they decided to have it at the del mar fairgrounds because to accommodate everyone What surprised me was that at that news conference they showed a videotape of what the sheriff's department had filmed inside the mansion Now you're going to imagine one of the del mar barns if you will Just packed full of people And as noisy is that might be Well when they played this video and you saw these you saw the bodies laid out they were all covered They're wearing these brand new tennis shoes right Nikes You could have heard a pin drop You could have heard a pin drop I think everyone was shocked at what they were what they were watching I'm sure at the time you talked to people who live in that along that small little road in Rancho Santa Fe in a community like that what do you remember the people nearby telling you at the time Well a they weren't happy with all the media that showed up on their small street But we began to learn that the members of this cult were not young kids by any stretch They were From they were all ages They were all agents who were a part of this cult Men and women and that they worked regularly in the community They were doing community projects They had a computer sort of technical service that they work at Normal And except for this belief that there was a spaceship in the tail bot or hill bob comment I should say that they were going to ascend to It was just it was just all hard to comprehend It really was Coming up in part two bob Lawrence of the questions left behind 25 years after heaven's gate Stay tuned The news ready goes 600 coco Turn to.

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"okada" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"okada" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Have a kind of toast, Mama. All I know you invented this. I invented it, but it's over. That trend is over. What's the next one Who did this? We gotta talk. Tonto. Latest culinary creation to takeover is a popular autumnal. I want to see you use that word that time forming over autumn. Come get this tunnel That's having sexual. Um Terminal toast. Topping is figs. Oh, when he's around the girl, pairing it with both sweet and savory ingredients. Fig toast is said to be a new seasonal staple for food obsessed instagrammers with pumpkin spice latte days. Of course, there it is, s O that actually very pretty, just like jelly. But it's like toast, and then you know, I don't know. And then they think Jelly, and then they put actual pieces of fig on this looks like there's some trees on their like one of these legal leaves. Yes, Ahmad Atomic, Nelly. I don't know what the hell Oh, you put like Okada cream cheese, And then you put the fix on top. That sounds like some Shelly food right there. Micheli E can't take credit for that. But look, I don't really get figs too often experience for you Can't eat that. What is this? Like this like a flower bouquet on top of it Like a full on not even then. Oh, I don't trust it. That one looks a little bit more like, what would it be consumed in my house is too much our dough moment. Butter and figs on toast. You had that before. Maybe I didn't invent it. But I'm sure I've had that. That sounds like very familiar. That sounds very boozy for you. As for me, figure, almond butter toast. Where is this means? They do that at midway was gonna say I don't got all day. That's gonna say our favorite pizza joint. They don't have that there is no, that's not there. I don't mean that after me, I'll be offended, already heard about the the the controversial Pizza.

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"okada" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"okada" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"okada" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"okada" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Time so overall i think this demonstrates that fellows really know how to the case usually i it represents the we have interventional teams. That are not afraid to take on anything and injured represents the fact that you really need to follow people very close in this one who needs to be very careful because we're not quite sure where this is going to go. If this was own valve. Degeneration ruth this is an okada's tucked away for a wall. But i thank.

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ETH - Yep I Am In

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

ETH - Yep I Am In

"I also have been very vocal about moving some money into a theory in with that resistance level in the high low building. That's what I did I, actually pretty much, nailed to the to the timing perfectly yesterday, by quite some time as of close at other positions, rather than going back into Bitcoin, a moving some back to his theory, I think it's much more bullish looking shot. And for me. The reminder of the Ted that I had. Assad for trading pays are putting too serious, so yeah, it's been a bloody good day. Without actually having to take any particular tribes and warm Italian is on not telling you this as Brag now. You'RE GONNA. See I've already seen loss of brags. Away said this Tom Blah. Blah Blah That's wonderful good for them. Excellent on I think that's fantastic that the helping people make money, or they're making money and showing people's stuff. But under the Braga. Hated by one. I'm here to do from here to motivate you to take the plunge to get started. Because whether you're looking to manage any investment portfolio oil, you're looking to trade on low timeframes and everything in between what I do. We'll help you with that, and that's what I'm saying about. Link at some sighing about eighth sign about cod dominate the. Pain them. To know how what you're looking for well, it could certainly change your loss of. Where are we right now? About five minutes until the market closes for today do. Well thousand five hundred thirty dollars at one point, five percent on the BTS Yayha and guess what today has done. You heard me talking about the bright of that weekly candlelight back on the sixth of July broken the heart and we look at much more bullish now. BITCOIN is a move in and a very came very to see work always to next because well. Thing? Theorin I the big dog got to sixty four, forty six. To sixty four. Forty six cents wanted are fake. That will because as a theory. And a thirty to fifty beautiful, it's up seven point five five percent. And there was a wonderful little. Krylya Sally which she'd be a byte point five times. You'll risk if he took good Scifi. Yep there. It is I saw Pai. In exile pays moved up two point. One percents twenty point four cents. Yes, it has. It's actually broken through that twenty cent. Barry, that's really struggling with for a little while. She's up through a looking good. It'll move their necks. bitcoin cash that four hour cradle started up for out to our cradle was at ten P.. I. T.. n. p. m. a. pointed that out of my McAfee video. I didn't try anything I did like the look of Bitcoin cash guys a practice few to tall or not feeling well, you stay at and I just I just feeling. Thoughts Utah yesterday so I stayed up. Di Big would abate on that puppy up four percent to forty dollars at the moment. Ida Okada twelve point four percent. Up Point six five not too much, but it's obviously going to be big moose bigoted, pretty quick, musical, best one, eighty, four thirty. I'd up two point nine percent right now. Lot coins three percent up one foil candle. Wish Guy. Right up in the. Forty! Five Dollars and eleven cents Barn answer bit of an honest move there also two point two six percent up sitting right around that resistance region from yesterday, eighteen dollars and twelve cents per tools, sixty six out one point six percent renting the top ten. We've got leakage at seven dollars forty two point three nine percent of the standard as a theorem. There is absolutely no doubt about it. We broken the resistance. We've broken out on the pitch shot. We've broken up against bitcoin working up and through every single barrier level. You imagine we have go blue sky ahead. What will I be looking for I'll be looking for. Nazi boosters crypto cradles and big breakouts, while because that's all I have looked full. The three strategies that are built my career as a tried and I'll go all checkless for you. Should you wish to? Get stuck into them.

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Fahim Saleh, Gokada Founder, Is Found Dismembered in New York Condo

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Fahim Saleh, Gokada Founder, Is Found Dismembered in New York Condo

"Says he's a gruesome discovery in New York. The dismembered and decapitated body of a 33 year old tech entrepreneur was found inside his condo, according to Release the NYPD, says Fahim Sally was found Tuesday afternoon by a relative who went to check on him inside his lower East Side Luxury Manhattan building, where apartment sell for more than $2 million. Police say they discovered his torso along with bags containing other body parts and an electric saw. They also have security video showing Sally exiting his elevator, which opens onto his apartment. Followed by someone dressed in black, and it shows a struggle. According to a person familiar with the case. Sally was the CEO of ride hailing motorcycle startup Okada that began operating in Nigeria two

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"okada" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Really trying to understand what it's like to sort of walk in their shoes and some of those folks were undocumented and had this experience of Basically living hidden in plain sight which is another thing that comes up with the novel. Some attention a lot to geneticist lately so they actually heart They actually grab onto another aspect of the film which is more genetic diversity and to what degree to revalue small genetic differences view. Is One gene different enough to value and not everybody agrees some say yes. Some say no. There's some interesting questions around cultural diversity. Genetic diversity ethnic diversity. I wouldn't say racial diversity 'cause race. A- biologically speaking is not a real thing it's a cultural contracts with the humans made up and find people to try to make sense of different groups and variation are group's so onions trying to lay out some of these different kinds of diversity just not an intellectual way but just experience what it might be like for a group that is so incredibly diverse genetically that they could actually be considered a different race if people are different species of people and say hey look these folks are just people you know. They're just people who WANNA have kids. WanNa have a community who get into fights about who belongs to the million or not and he shouldn't have kids who should not and has on playing music and it's just people somebody that is kind. The big issue to to really are anti immigrant anti cultural diversity but in a lot of ways it's just watch experience and hopefully enjoy and let it wash over you and maybe in that we when something I don't know yeah I would I would just add that We started writing on your before before. Donald Trump was on the scene in terms of the you know running for president. Whatever that you know compelled us to write write. This story bubbling inside us for a while. I guess I would add that. Were both Star Trek fans. I something about Star Trek and the the university created that I don't know we both We both appreciate and I feel like certain aspects of the Star Trek Universe. Maybe seeped into our into the world that we are trying to create even though this is like you know nothing to do with space travel and things like that well. It's fantastic. Yeah I'm star. Trek was is a very big. You know when I was young and with my family came from Cuba and trying to assimilate and and yet maintain some of your own culture. The Enterprise was great because you so all different kinds of people and that's the best thing that star trek offered as far as Anya what Where can where can we see? Is it doing the Film Festival circuit at the moment? So we've got a number of meaning between now and The end of the year the full list is on your dot com There's one in UC riverside on November seventh a screening in New York City on November twenty seventh and anthology film are cottage. We're in by On November. Excuse me you know November thirtieth I think I skipped Derby. Uk Around the fifteenth of November.

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"okada" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"But essentially you had to kind of build this species and I guess the geneticists were they helpful in that sense to come up with their traits or or you guys do that and Jacob you can you can tackle this one. I share It mostly culture all the the difference is You know anyone would notice. Just how Insular THEY ARE. You know their clothing. They wear the same however you they had special clothes for for marriage you know marriage rituals and that plays a part in story. You know when Marco I is exploring you've decides to leave his Wedding and you know. He's wearing his wedding his ceremonial wedding. clothes you know. He's exploring time square for the first time. And so that's you know where you see have ins- of their of their particular difference or culture And then we have language you know they have a a language. That's you know subverts. It's it's based on Spanish but it's birds set and Chain uses the same words but has different meanings Oh Yes yes so you know we kind of like you know started yet ashes language that would be complementary so you know Carolina knows linguist who helped depart the language and we had a lot of fun with that because we wanted it we wanted. You know to like lay clues of their differences out there so like when you hear the normal language spoken. If you happen to speak Spanish you'll understand immediately. That what they're saying is gibberish. You know it's like it just literally doesn't make any sense so it's kind of like A. I don't know Easter Egg or something. So that the language if you're curious to hear more about it or check out the rules Saying this WHO's the Puerto Rican anthropologist with a real linguistic bent to help make up with the rules for the stone. He wrote a little article about it. And you can find that on the dot com on the science fiction page And it gets into the rules of like how we switched out. Give means of words like if there's Body parts become the substitute or body. Parts of get called by fruit and vegetable names so but or or Becomes quite outta which is a big And like to come becomes to go like we're trying to play with simple rules that we could develop some bits language around I mean most of the culture checkup and I invented and it was part of this big. What if game that? We're playing so novel to be. Genetically isolated had just been geographically isolated at some point for a long period of time in their thousands of years So we place them on this island in the Caribbean kind of Columbia. A lot of their culture developed after the Spanish come so the language and the Spanish conquest hundred years ago they come A. They realize that they're very different than this. Other group and can't reproduce with them and their ostracized their culture develops in contrast to the Spanish. The language a way to kind of hide in plain sight and not get to pick out by the the now dominant group and they carry with them to be when some migrate To One island to Queens and like the child had engagements and arranged marriages. Those are cultural. Customs developed along with the idea the curse that if teaching kids that if they leave home that never going to be allowed to are never going to be able to have kids. 'cause WE'RE GONNA curse. Those sorts of things are cultural adaptations to dealing with this genetic isolation. They're trying to keep their group together and keep people tight and keep them happy Not just developed over time where the geneticist really came in was the idea that where where might this genetic variation have happened that could cause the inability to reproduce with non normal people. We took it out of the film that in the back story. It's the variation is located on the Fox T. Two gene which is associated with Speech speech delivered and that gives them this little bit of a talent for mimicry. It's subtle it's not like X. Men fabulous or anything. It's just a very little talent. That might have helped them call birds when they're hunting and get some sort of advantage that way Maybe it helps them seduce people and getting the sexual advantage which would have helped create propagate that particular genetic variance so we have this folks p two gene and the military as part of the background. And you only get little bits of that we the story day. They're only you only see little nyvanh on two story days basically. It's not a lot to go by. You see a little bit of that and the readings a little bit of music. They've got this talent from the nicking. Sounds and animal sounds yeah ended up roaming as part of one of the scenes with Seymour. His discovery that it was this particular gene but it became Maybe to Tax Nicole you know to add and so we ended up cutting it out. So that would be a deleted scene one thing that jumps out as far as a theme. It's kind of what we're going through right now. Is The the theme of acceptance and how people hold their differences as something negative and really not accepting people for what they are There's been a lot of that going around lately and obviously the issue of immigration. And how we I mean. I'm an immigrant and when I was much older I did. Experience Prejudice You know with my grandma. Grandpa mother's sister it's like why don't they learn the language etc etc? Kind of stuff so talk about that aspect of the film. It sounds to me that that's something you really wanted to hit. And you did it in such a subtle way but yet when you're watching it even in the trailer for it really just jumps out at you. You Know Carol Carolina. Why don't you start on that? And then and then Jacob you can give your opinion as well I think diversity is analyze the phone. A lot of ways One is just valuing the diversity of the human experience the biological or cultural as an anthropologist. We were taught to Experience another culture and to the best that we can walk and others shoes and try to appreciate their beliefs and values and practices from their perspective. And one of the things that all the dress on you have did was to try.

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"okada" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

13:08 min | 2 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Hello. My Name. Is Matt Brewer and welcome to sci-fi talk? Hi Welcome once again. This is Tony till I don't end today. We're talking about a very interesting film called on you and today I have the writers the CO writers and the Co Directors as well in Jacob. Akira Okada and Carol Ann Taylor. Carole Anna Taylor. Excuse me welcome both of you. Thank you for having US thank you. You're very welcome. Kind of talk to me about how. This idea came to be hobbies. Both of you back in Twenty Fourteen Jacob and I were finishing up the added on another project called painting the way to the moon. And that's the documentary that explores A scientific discovery from from the perspective of scientists. And but we found really fascinating about this project was Kinda how accidental and Messy. And how interesting the moment of discovery could be so. We were thinking a lot about that. Started riding on. Yeah tastic and the subject matter was that did that. Come from you. Both kind of had in front of your mind there. You know one of the things that we were playing around with we Carolina and I like to play. What if games so I think I would? If will the first question I think I asked Carolina was you know how do we define Species you know at what point What point is this a separate species from that Obviously it's really easy when you're you know looking at two extremely different you know organisms But it gets a little Blurry you have neanderthals humans. Which when I was growing up were considered when I was a kid there. Were you know they were not considered humans? And then now they are and now we know that they interbred with twenty one With each other and you know we have their DNA so that was I think one of the first questions that we were playing with two years ago and it just sort of developed into well. What if OK well? How does one define a species and you know can one definition is procreation right? So so then we wondered what would happen if we had other species of human living among us today and you know they were distinct Group you know hiding in plain sight and how would they develop a culture around the fact that they can only procreate with one another and how interesting that culture would would be and you know with DNA testing and so on and so forth? You know technologies It became clear that these people would be discovered in what a big discovery that would be for modern science. So it's just kind of grew from that one colonel and so did the screenplay come together fairly easy Carolina. The first draft did. I'm so living MARCO AND SEYMOUR. We're basically invented the same day that we had that what if conversation restart later in the day we were walking and talking where we get some of our best ideas and that's when we came up with the idea of this Young man here would kind of abandoned his culture in search of something more and falls in love with a woman who's not at the same culture same species and then they get entangled with geneticist to help some try to figure out what's going on so that colonel. The idea came together quite quickly and kind of laid out the story and gotTA draft within a month. There's been a couple of months But from there it was really a a process of signing the best way to tell the story and Hard to go with it and the an initial that we did. Were always in this realm of discovering another species humans living among us and we got to point using our observation of enclave cultures. My research with immigration My teaching when I teach introduction anthropology we cover like the entirety of human existence including evolution. So I know a little bit about genetics number of things. We could only go so far. With what renew and things that we lose the ordination Kardashian Modern homeless shaking. Dna like all these little bits were pulling into the story and they can't move richer and richer but we got to a point where we needed a concrete problems or the scientists to be solving for it to feel grounded in real and that's turns to the National Academies of Sciences Science Entertainment Exchange which was like matchmaking service for writers and artists. And they would've been touching this wonderful lad at Harvard Medical School run by Dr King Wu and she and one of her post. Docs at the time. Dr Ruth McColl came onto the project as science advisers and they allowed us to kind of hang out in their lab attend meetings. Go to congressional briefings and get deeper and deeper into the genetic side of it so the more than we start them in the more we learned about how closely were How close geneticists words to unlocking things like gene editing and some of the unintended consequences which netted testing and the power and Wonder these things. But also the risks that sorta creeping more and more into the screenplay so and that sense it was a difficult process but along conference to figure out how much of that took bring in and how best tell the story so that it could resonate with audiences so be true to the science. Well Kudos to you both for for somebody like that. Involved let's talk about the casting. Jacob jumps out at me that I really appreciate it. Because I'm Latino is the diversity of this cast and it was shot here in Queens good old Queens New York and it just reflects the area but also I think reflects a lot of the country is that there's such a diversity to it. It seems that was a conscious effort. When you two were writing and making the film. Oh absolutely so we filmed anya and A lot of really on underrepresented neighborhoods and throughout New York City Washington Heights where Libyan Marco live City island is where Seymour's vote. Vote is that's in the Bronx in Jackson Heights Queens. That's where the Narvarro people are. That's where they reside and Jackson Heights is of course just one of the most diverse cities in the world. I think yeah. I don't know what the actual number of different cultures reside there. But I think it's pretty. It might actually city in the in the world And so the US okay. Yeah so it definitely that right. Yeah you know being a New Yorker myself were both New Yorkers. We just appreciate like this is the reality we live in and it's not. You know it's multiethnic multicultural. And it's not something that we necessarily see and Represented faithfully in the media. Often I would say. There's like an element of Tokenism. You know in some in like stories in TV and film and so we wanted to just tell a story that kind of your what we lived through what we experience and you know the kind of people we interact with our day to day lives and and I think part of it was like okay. We're GONNA like for instance Seymour. The geneticist is black. And it's interesting story choice to have you know your scientists be black because there aren't many black geneticists you know in the field and so that would be dramatic choice for for the story to have this person you know. Be You know Minority and have. Have you know the pressures of being minority? You know upon him and that's something we talked about quite a bit with Dr Wu and her lab. Because you know she was she told us you know about kind of the numbers and so on and so forth and something. We talked about With motel foster who played Seymour Livingston so it just was An interesting and made from a better story I think oh most definitely and Carolina talk about the two leads Gill and Ali. I thought how when when you you written so how do you kind of establish today? Have Chemistry off the Bat. Or if not where even if they did? How do you establish it on screen? That's a fun question Well we were just looking back at some of the behind the scenes but it and there are some shots of alley and Gil just joking around and having fun together the just reaffirmed like how how good of chemistry they had just as humans as well as actors as well as characters would I remember from the casting is we we talked with. Alli am I who plays Libby and fell in love with her over skype interview because she just understood the character so well even better than we had and was able to draw on her own background as a korean-american do kind of get inside of her head. What it might be like for you to to be this particular ethnicity at this particular time. And what her background and in the characters background my her to fall in love with somebody like killed like Marco Pity of Abraham parents. Who's a younger man? He's a little bit standoffish with his culture. Because he's you know her posting protective of their and I waited people. They don't want extra attention. And how how is it that she could come to identify with with him and his relationships his people and And she just got it and I think you'll also just got it from his own personal background. He's I believe it's the Lebanese and Venezuelan descent It's tonight's mix. I wouldn't mind having dinner at his house. Yeah no kidding. And he's also been enclave and community In and this has had experience of moving to the big city so I think they both connected with the roles and we looked at different people for for Marco and I remember thinking about Gil that I could see libby falling for him. There's just a certain amount of Intelligence and Jeff's and amount of thought that seems to be going on behind quite spaces that could see a go getting journalists wanting to know more what was going on and that seemed to be the chemistry and mix that we could see even though we didn't have screens with the two of them together before before casting it just seem very complimentary. That's great I WANNA. We take a short break. We are talking to Carol Anna Taylor and also Jacob Akira Okada who the CO writers and directors interesting film called on. Yeah we'll be right back. I am C. Three. Po Human Citations Name. Hi I'm angel. Kobe and I take one of it. And I. This is Billy Boyd. I plead Pepin and load up the rings and you're listening. Sci-fi talk revolve wrong and prosper back with Jacob Ikaria Akira Okada and also Carol Anna Taylor. And we're discussing their Anna so with this new species. You guys didn't even though you know this is you don't have the Spielberg type money..

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What Happened on BitMEX During Black Thursday

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

04:12 min | 2 years ago

What Happened on BitMEX During Black Thursday

"You're on a very volatile day neck that and a lot of people basically trays on picnics entries on those exchanges that somewhat against allowed each other when you lose one of them is also creates a lot of trouble maybe to have for example chickens that when used picnics. You're closer position on exchange to this many basically when losing bit makes availability to you to the steelers attacked somewhat created a sort of shocking system both by removing the launch center market and also by probably shutting down a little training during operations. Wow so let's dive a little bit more into those liquidations at the point that you're discussing I think this is when one point one billion dollars worth of contracts were liquidated so can you dive a little bit more into how liquidations work on Max so when someone makes a trade on big MACs to have to put what is called margin so if I want a bed a beacon. I want bet one. Bitcoin and the price is going to go up. I have to put at least not point. One bitcoin on it on his spent. Israel hundred x leverage. And some of these mortgage you put up so this this one percent is kept aside as a buffer so when the price goes the wrong way of your at some point you get trade. Get Stop so that you don't lose all money as a small buffer that he's kept of margin by dictionaries to close this position to basically. You were wrong. We're going to cancel your pet basically if you were wanting to buy bitcoin looking sell it. If you're selling it we looking to buy it so that you don't use money. It's not always possible to do that at the right price. So liquidation engine is basically the system addressing shortage of closing the positions of traders that ran out of money basically and its workings are somewhat mystery and a half to be because if people knew exactly hide worked. It's basically a game of a human's as rebel and often times of robot loses except maybe a chess so the inner workings are somewhat obscure. It's basically a an automated biosensor in normal variations. Have Two people that go that bet. The bitcoin is going to go up from town. It's rare that as happen on Black Thursday that everyone on one side so everyone wanted to go up ended up being wrong that day and quite dramatically so This engine basically takes these positions traders basically get liquidated and tries to close them. Had like Thursday's is that there were there. Were few people warning to bet on the other side or maybe too many people actually got liquidated. There's also another mechanism that guessing to place the insurance fund. There's been a lot of talk about big mixes Insurance Fund. But he's basically a way to make sure that If even if liquidation engine doesn't manage to close the traders position by making a small profit basically your bitcoin up you lose your pet still a bit of money left in your in what you put in to try to make to close a position with the perfect. British can still happen. These negative and the role of the Insurance Fund is to be basically buffer of money. That deliberation engine can use as a losses and when mix engine makes a profit. It goes to wants these insurance and finally doesn't last mechanism. That actually don't know if it's been used in his Thursday schooled O- to deliver gene in basically when nothing works but big MACs do does to avoid Basically losing people's money at least having people end up with negative balances it has sometimes happened on on other platforms is to basically make people with winning positions bay people with Okada losses of people risk losing positions so that Indian. No one's ended up owing bit next month

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"okada" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"They just remember says do he jumped in the fucking top rope and he went through a bag of legos and dump tax. What is he doing well now. He's a fucking <hes> he. He's <hes> feeding. Seven eleven hotdog fucking world's well here. Here's the thing also put put it this way. You have have these guys who are at the top right. <hes> you're roman reigns. Your john scene is back in the day. You're you're you're daniel bryan. You think they were on youtube dunes to bishop like that nope but also you don't like damn. I should've fucking told about this when i was on when we were doing comparisons when you get an all wrestling right you bring in an our anderson you bring in a <hes> tully blanchard you bring in <hes> DDP's and DDP's right which is cool yeah and these guys who are supposed to to nurture and show your new guys what wrestling is right but your lead guys are fuck. It's you your league is. Is you <music>. How can you respect nigga says you if i go to a job in my bosses me. How can you tell me any many different. When you're just bothers me for that well you can say that so you can so not not. I think it's great. I think ah i think it's great that the whole thing was like listen. You got these number. Guys wanted to five guys who said you know what rather emmy join abi apart or something. Now fuck that we come together. We start on perot promotion great. I think that's awesome but when you're not showing leadership and they i still have a lot of stuff to iron but you know what i'm saying is saying the only one that you can honestly say that it's going to be the fucking on the learning tree guy is cody what he he he always a loony chick going back into that is so new japan right new japan's on indie new japan's what now because their biggest promotion in the world right you have somebody like okada okada's my age. He's thirty two and i even find it that they did the third i still think that is second because anybody else's still consider okada one of the best wrestlers on a plane why simple things what i mean by simple every time he does that rainmaker pose whereas facing park camera moore every <music> single fucking every time he did movies facing the fucking hard him and those are the little things that not a lot of guys that are indian understand and that's on the fault of their trainers as well so that should be one of the first things you learn listen when you're in that ring you do it in the center and you make sure you know where the fucking hard cameras actu- do you think anybody told me that when i was there no not one person made mention of it until the day that i told you that samoa joe said that and we all went up to a more like you'll like what he he was like every time you go to a fucking show ask them where the heart cameras because a you should know where hard came is and be it shows how much of a fucking profanity and did you not sit sit there and to this day and watch joe when he works yup that whenever he what he's a whatever he fucking standing there doing he knows exactly whereas knows exactly where are to be. It's crazy right now that i'm telling you and you're right they these guys should take these guys on the on the wings and be like hey you know i saw your max out there. I i saw you did here's a couple and that's a lot of guys. That doesn't mean shit when you finish this done you imagine your ass is pointing. Nobody cares nobody. Nobody nobody cares known. I mean but that's also again like you said that's on the fall to then because you should be the ones listen and watch your match and this is what you need to do and that's also the problem. Nowadays is that a lot of guys take these criticisms and take them to heart at the next up and reds <hes>. I can't wait says fucking utter these words out of my fucking mouth rick flair says. WWE needs needs to pay him to use the man and his legal battle of w. e. balking kidding me. I listen. I love ric flair rick players one of my favorite restivo all-time calm the fuck on dude. You gotta be kidding..

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"okada" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"To sonata okada after the gee one loss cleaned to minore suzuki that was setting up a match with minoru suzuki at the copper box which was an awesome matched by the way. You didn't see it this weekend. People are going to win and they're going to lose and they're going to win and lose because they're telling stories that involve certain people winning matches and losing matches. It's not a promotion right now where we're gonna hire. Everybody and we're gonna get mad that we have to hire certain people because the fans like them even though we don't see anything in them him and so we're going to beat these people because we want to prove to the fans that they're wrong about who they like. That's not what's going on here. In a w if that's what you're used used to you're going to watch this show and you're going to be confused and you're going to be baffled and you're gonna wonder why they don't see anything in people but that's not what this is so the jericho eriko win the the loss. I wasn't shocked at all. The poc beat kenya omega. Kenny omega is one of their big stars. They're trying to get pock over. They wanna do things with park. They wanna do something with pock and hangman. They shot an angle for it. After the show park needed a win here to get elevated. It ain't gonna hurt kenny omega. He's not going to be forgotten forgotten about or not over or anything like that. He lost a match. It's fine yeah book. It's that's the reason we have in aid of. You is because of what you said you know people. They're not ready to be re. They're done with being repr-. They were reprogrammed by w._w._e. W. and they're they're tired of that. They want something else. They want to go back to a different time where they wanna go back to progressing old style with a with a new twist or they like of new japan but they want to see you know english speaking natives to or whatever it is i mean there's a reason people have pulled away from w._w._e. There's been lots of different reasons. Why one of the reasons why is none of their characters have any credibility. It's one of the reasons they don't have any stars. Everything's fifty fifty. Nobody's really got any long-term credibility to them at all so they have to call back on people from the past all of the time and you can beat a guy is credibility the and that's the the whole thing with progressing this way. It's always been it's what a w hopefully will do. It's what new japan does better than anybody else right. Now you can be you told me here she fifteen times in a row as long as he always looks it a certain way in those matches as long as the losses make sense in the grand scheme of things you can do that you know you talked about. Okada okada was interiors. Can you imagine if they did the story line with okada. Never being able to <hes> you know beat tunnel hashi going on a year's quest several years quest and coming up short and then one point on the biggest show on their wrestlemainia coming up short. He's in tears crying. Can you imagine that would that. Would you know if you were just take that and throw that to american fans cold with that would be but it wasn't the case because okada had all the credibility in the world. It was working in a longer term story to get people emotionally invested to get people devoted to that guy and you talked about omega in page. You made a comparison between the two and he didn't even intend to do it but it proved your point from what you're talking about from before they everybody was shocked. They they were stunned. They were blown away by the fact that omega is laid out and they're just sitting there with their jaws hanging open. They're shocked about that but with adam page. They don't have that because they are not emotionally invested on him. He's a guy that and this is going to sound insulting. You now need this because i think he's been a blue chip for guy for a long long time now but he came along along with these other bigger name guys the young books and the co and cody are on a little bit of a different level chris jericho's on a different level..

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"okada" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Boss, lip sync battle. Who do you think you are queer eye? Let's see, fixer upper that was the one from HGTV. Well, shark tanks when this thing, four-times, extreme makeover home, addition, and undercover. Boss is wanted twice. I'm sure there's somebody out there. In fact, if you are out there that wants to make a hard sell on. Why WWE raw right now deserves more than any of those other shows, including a win a win the taxi cab confessions? Never got in the two times that it was nominated you can call in and let me know when he hundred eight seven eight play. I don't think and Vermont has any hard sell to give me on that. So we'll just let him talk about whatever he wants to talk about Nick. How are you? Mike. How're you doing? I won't complain too much. Rod didn't kill me, so, you know, that's always a plus. Couple of questions for you. So do you think would you got into the wrestle kingdom will be two days, long this coming January? They could build to the rematch between Okada and Jericho for one night, and then do kata are sorry. Tana hacien- Jericho the next night. You could absolutely do that. If you wanted to have Jericho in there, you sure you certainly could. You know, the issue there is if you're Jericho, and if you're a w do you want to see him, look at the lights on both shows? I know you don't necessarily have to. But if he's competing against Okada for the item GP title on their biggest show of the year. I don't see him being Okada, even if it was on their smaller show, the year. I don't see the beating Okada with Chris Jericho. And then you have that where the next match is going to be against, you know, it's legend versus legend with Tom Ohashi..

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"okada" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:36 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Jericho Okada minivan? I gotta texture from somebody who didn't like it. Yeah. Well, you know, they kind of sacrificed Okada to get you to Jericho and Ohashi. So they sacrificed GP heavyweight champion for a night. So they could get to the legacy feud and I the Magid self was it was fine. It was okay. It was Jericho brawling around being with Jericho is now at Okada is great. You know, they did a D DD spot early in the match on top of table where it was pretty obvious that, that Okada's head never even came close to hitting. So that was great. Although they did do some wild stuff, including Okada jumping over the guard rail, and Jericho actually landing code breaker, on them in where the seats were which was, which was really wild. But, you know, for a lot of people, they just are tired of Jericho. And I think for a lot of longtime new Japan fans and I think for a lot of fans inside Japan, they are kind of not. All about this Jericho thing, but it does certainly serve a purpose for people in North America and Jericho's very good. At what he does. And I have a feeling that even there are a lot of bad feelings. Maybe or there are some bad feelings. But I have a feeling once Okada's next title challenger is announced in Jericho and Tana Hashi are basically kinda kinda sectioned often and they're in their own little world together, I think everybody's going to get over that. And you know, it was Jericho getting the better of Okada at the end beating them up with a chair hitting the Judas effect, you know, Pil Moniz his neck into the post, so Okada was getting slaughtered, and people, there was some, you know, there was a little bit of real heat. There, there were, you know, it wasn't as I don't think is widespread is they would've liked it to be having a lot of people sitting on their hands, which didn't come across as good. And I think a lot of people who watch that Blatch onto that, but I, I have a feeling that once. Tana hushing, Jericho takeoff and Okada. Ios, you know setup with whoever he's going to be with, that people are pretty much gonna forget about this. And no people are upset a little bit of about the cradle for the pin, which I yeah, it wasn't the rainmaker anything like that. But you still wanted to protect Jericho and heaven move onto something else. And you had a KADO win a match out of nowhere, which every once in awhile, is okay, you know, you can win a match out of nowhere, you know, without your move in Japan. And actually that could mean something for later on down the line. So I'm okay with that. Well, we've got another one right here that said that they thought that Jericho cut it was the best match on the show. It was wild told a great story and nobody almost died. It's true at is true. That's the point of pro wrestling. That is, in fact, the point of pro wrestling, I would like to know if Milano collection AT was okay after taking the dragon lease feet to the chest. Did you see lease dive ropes? Yeah evans. I mean, even add, it's like he probably didn't intend to go. Oh, that crazy saying. Sure. But Naito Bucci purposely dropped themselves on their heads. It's like a badge of honor for them. They do all the time difference, like accidents happen in pro wrestling all the time. Happened to me that Marco stunned match for crying out loud is still recovering. I just want to shoehorn this year to about. I'd know there. There's a very small minority people out there that are diehard Noah fans that are upset with canto for not going back and trying to save the new promotion. But hey look Kenya's Noah is gone in it. A lot of ways it passed away with Misawa, you know, just to link it together with that years back him in new Japan makes complete and utter sense him being presented by Shibata was an incredible wonderful type of moment. And they're, they're opposing side of the ring was great. And I don't know what he has left, but I do know the depth that's being added to the G one and the skill that's being added to the G one with Shingo with Kenta with, with uh spray with Moxley like you know, we're not going to see I don't think we're still going to see guys lose their minds like she we're gonna see probably too much. But Ross also going to see a level of worker that. Hopefully, we'll kind of rain, some of those guys in because I can't see any of the guys that just named including Osprey at this point being what they were doing. What a Bucci Naito did last night, go to the phones. You're on the air or what's going on? Hi, this is Chris from Connecticut. An I. So I have my thoughts on the whole Bucci thing. But I, I wanna say even though you did not accept the bet. I texted in on Friday, I would like to get and I told you so in on the Taichi having a better match than Okada, and then is is that true? Mike does not look that match picked up at the end. But it was very much tighty match. And yes, she can get the best out of him. But I don't know if I'd be so bold to, to put it over Jericho in, in, in Okada, although the one thing that might redeem the Jericho thing was him calling on Hashi, Baca Hashi. That was great. So and for the Abreu she thing my. I really hope cheese and G one this year for the Abhu. She thing. So, like, I was born in the same month as Daniel Ben wa so like I never grew up watching Kristen while. But I've gone back and watch his stuff and like watching Bucci matches now like watching those like next spots and stuff like that. I get like the feeling that those are going to be looked on back on like it's looking back on of those crazy. Chris Benoit's spots where he's like doing, like crazy ladder spots onto his head and stuff like that, where something terrible is going to happen. And people are going to look back and see all this crazy stuff. They're doing. That's just yeah. All right. Well, I wanna thank you very much for the call hate to be depressing on the show today. But if people would subletting on their damn Knicks. I mean, we wouldn't have to do this, but it's not gonna happen unless people stop putting him in the ring together. That's the answer to this, and it's not even the real answer because like nine took Atlanta's head from somebody else, like an has and has and will, and we'll do it again till he can't anymore. Go to the phones. You're on the air. What's going on? Hey, what's up turn your device off? What's going on? Hey, it's Eric KOMO again. Yes. Eric and am I here, I hope so my phone? Yeah, it's I, I hope okay, I won't do off. Because I you probably go from from this point. I pretty crewless person I've only worked for almost like nine years. So this point, but I, I do understand the whole landing on your next thing. I do not get it because at this point we know forty three I've been watching this for thirty something years. I don't get landing on your neck. Go up within the past when people didn't know what concussion did to people, but they didn't know what at educate always. They pretended like they didn't know. Yeah, but they pretend like it didn't. But now it's, it's I mean people I mean we've seen the consequences if I don't get it. I'm not an octopus like the coast, I get off this spouting my MA in the -pinion on pulp costs. But. I don't get why they're doing to themselves. It's it, it, it boggles me. I think it makes you a great man. To their art. Gnashing for this. It gets in weird. Sherry gets a big reaction from the crowd. They don't think about tomorrow. They think about today. That's what this is. I mean. But. Cricket by Roman hardly. Raises is in the wheelchair isn't it? Yes. I'm just putting it on. And he wrestled the significantly safer diving headbutts, which he is blamed on putting him in wheelchair. But you ever laid on his head butts, I might add? The dining dog and has boats are, are horrible. I'm just point out highly race. Overall, it must land on the seconds, much as the Plumbly go and go into the cul floor rally club from Norway, which it a flight Las Vegas next year. Go to the rally club banquet, and chick out all of the wrestlers that are there and the guys in their sixties. Seventies and eighties. And then rain, a lot in their eighties. The could barely move shadow. They've got they've got dementia and they didn't do anything. Resembling any of this. Not even resembling any of this. Like this generation is going to be an absolute. Here's thing with Osprey. Okay. So. I got a toe in a wrist that at this point. I'm pretty sure they're never gonna heal. Okay. And I didn't do any of this crap. None of it. Nothing I'm forty three years old. And these two things are never going to heal, and we'll Osprey. Yes, I realized that he's out there and he's working lot safer. But this dude has miles on his body, where it doesn't matter. How safety works from now on, he can work in a swimming pool for the rest of his life. He's still going to be a wreck. These guys are going to be absolute Rex. It's a lot of thinking about today enough thinking about tomorrow. I'm in the dome. Oh, I'm I'm at Corcoran hall dreamed about this since I was a tape trader. I'm gonna do this crazy thing that crazy thing I want my I want my picture in the magazines. I want this picture of my neck on the apron, and the magazines living for today and not tomorrow, and it's going to be sad and they're gonna regret it at the end. They will it sad. It depresses me. I agree. And what's, what's, what's the cave man's excuse on the, the random TV show that he decides the land the type to the outside? I just. Yeah. And again, I don't wanna be that old man. They yells at everything, but it is so cringe-worthy, NRT live through, watching Misao in Kuwata, those guys who those angled drops on their heads. And that sort of stuff. And I saw where Massawa ended up and it sucked. I saw Paraguay oh, just just collapse in the ring. And it just, you know. And those don't remember Perro Aguayo Ramos. Julia was going to do six one nine and Raymond Sierra today. Drop toehold and Paraguay. Oh, fell onto the ropes like ninety thousand other people have done in their careers. And he had his armpits on the ropes he'd even really hit his neck. But he fell in that position and died. Boom like that. That's what happens. And it's unnecessary. No you'd night. I was one of the best wrestlers. He's a hall of fame wrestler, a Bucci is probably all a favorite wrestler. They Dave Russell each other zillion times. They've Russell to other people zillion times. They don't need to do this stuff. And again, when you leave it up to the athlete, the athletes going to do everything they can to get the most out of their performance whatever they think that is they're going to do it whatever they have to take to do it. They're going to do it. That's why there's these rules are in place. And somebody has got to rain, these guys in, they do have a lot of talent new Japan. They are very deep. You'd still don't need people dropping out like this for heaven sakes, yet lucky with Honma you got lucky with Hiromi Takahashi. Why keep inviting this rushing is dangerous enough as it is we don't need angle back suplexes, or German suplexes off the, the ring. It just it's just stupid. For your says, totally unrelated note after that horrible match with Charlotte..

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"okada" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Up that sponde-. For what? Finger Pissy Okada. Don't remember one. Five one the breakfast envy. And Charlemagne God. So it's over about his hills. Big big bills like cold to send kills all gross eat in the car. Dumb so Monday Borden jets. Nothing more than checked. You should go fast. I got a. Honey. I got plenty. Nicholson. Geico, pat. This clip. Don Borden jets. But nothing more than. Schick fast. Athletes. Pass the most. Audio. Thomas. But. Borden jets? But nothing in this world, I like more than coast. See I don't really do that. Tastes. Donkey. Devil. Doggy today for Thursday.

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"okada" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:54 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dot com. Okada is the name of this particular centipede creature not far from Hamamatsu a town. Located east of Kyoto in the province of Toyota me at the east road of Japan. There's a town called touch cheetah. My accent is awful. I apologize near this town. There's a bridge leading over the river the length of this bridge seems even more remarkable as it is cut into two parts by an aisle in the river near this bridge, which is named because of its close proximity to the village lived a gruesome monster, a huge centipede or as the Japanese call them a McCarthy. This is also why the call the hill he lived on Mikati hill. This poisonous centipede made the army road insecure. None dare to oppose him. He was especially dangerous at night time when he grew. So courageous that he even attacked the breed of the dragons who lived under the bridge. He killed the helpless to that any fear of the big dragons might and because of this grim more between the dragons and the they began. Despite their divine might the dragons couldn't do anything against the McCarthy and his hiding place, and so we always one and he continued his nightly raids until the dragon Scott unsuspecting help a hero from the line of the minute Moto called tower Todo heard of the people's pain that was caused by lucado embrace. He went to the monsters layer he killed it with his EROs, fire them, so strongly. They went through the McCarthy's thick skin. And finally, the Beasley dead on the ground before the hero. It is said that the dead monsters length extended to that of two adult men in the dragons in the ocean God's heard of this great deed. They came to the hero praised him and told him that he would live for a long time. They also prophesized that his kin would have some the greatest might on earth. And that's how it happened. So good are centipede. We'll talk a little bit about some spiders. Now, technically not the same as in sex. But they kind of fell into this episode because they're actually couple really cool versions. So you'll cry one of them. Is the door gloom? Oh, which is a type of Yokoi a creature ghost or goblin of Japanese folklore quitting to some stories. It is a spider that can change his appearance into that of a seductive woman. I have seen at least one other entry that calls this the four spider or the hor- woman spider in Japanese Kenji. It is the translation literally means the binding bride or the horse spider. Did I not just say that and it can also refer to some species of spider Japanese-speaking into Malla gised lava use it to describe certain species, according to legend when spider turns four hundred years old it gains, magical, powers soy of the door. Goo can be found in Edo period. Works in many of these stories the spider changes its appearance into a beautiful woman to ask a summarize to marry her takes the form of a young woman carrying a baby which may turn out to be a spider's egg sac. A Giorgu was also known as the mistress of the Joran fall. Calls an issue Shizue Coa the legend has it that a man was resting at the foot of the waterfall when his feet were bound, but they vast number of spider threats to free himself. He cut the threads and tie them to the stump of a tree which was pulled from the ground and drawn into the waters after this incident at the door and waterfall the villagers became afraid and stop going to the waterfall, however, one day woodsmen logger from out of town unaware of the story of the preacher began cutting what in the area after he accidentally dropped his acts in the water, he dove into the pond to find it. Then a beautiful woman appeared in return the acts telling him never to tell anyone about her while the logger kept the promise he began to feel anxious about the incident one day while he was drunk. He told his secret and finally felt at ease and he fell into a deep sleep never to awaken. Again. These are not friendly. Are they in a variation of the story of the waterfall, the logger falls in love of the woman and starts visiting the falls every day to see her. But as time passes, he starts growing weaker and weaker among from neighboring town. Temporal believes the logger has been trapped by the spider. So he in the logger go to the waterfall together and the monk rates have Buddhist sutra there while the monk breeds a sutra spider threads appear from the pool and attempt to wrap themselves around the logger, but the monk shots is Buddhist chant, and they disappear though, the logger soon realizes that the woman was a spider. He cannot forget his love for her. He'd been asked for help from a Tango master of the high the mountain the tangle forbids this love the logger was unwilling to give up his love for the through Google running back to the waterfall. He is caught by the silk threads and finally falls into the water never to surface. Again. There are also stories about Japan of a tree stump being pulled into the water in the place of the lumberjack from the previous tale. One such example of that is the because she'd Obuchi Sendai here after the stump is pulled into the pool. The lumberjack Sears voice, saying how clever how clever for this event. The area came to be called the cashier Kobuk she which would early means clever abyss here the Giorgu. Was worshipped as a goddess who protects people from drowning and a monument and a small Tori, still stands at the location. Let's see, and there's also the sushi Juno the dirt earth spider, which is a historical Japanese derogatory term for renegade, local clans and also the name of a race of spiderlike you high in Japanese folklore, alternate names for this include the Haga and ogm oh giant spot. The Japanese name for a large ground bowling tarantula is due to their perceived resemblance to the creature of myth rather than the myth being named for the spider. Japan has no native species of tarantula and similarities between the mythical, and the actual creature huge wandering, spiders, the obvious face that likes to hide in Burrows, entirely coincidental. Okay. So I think we're talking about these join ole miss spider's with the passage of time the sushi gloom. Oh have been established as you high. They appear. Two people as having the faces of an Oni body of tiger arms and legs of a spider. And they wore joined outfits, they all lived in mountains firmly captured travelers was strings and ate them. See, you know, I think the east has some interesting elements right in the sushi. Kumo sushi written in the fourteenth century this creature appeared in the capital as monsters. Hero was brought in where they encountered a flying skull the Huron, the others thought. It was dubious started to follow it and arrived at an older state where there appeared various atypical Yokthai that agonized our hero and the others. And when Don arrived there appeared a beautiful woman who who's about to trick them for the hero narc giving in cut it with this Cantina and the woman disappeared leaving white blood pursuing the trail, they arrived at a cave in a mountain recess where they found a huge spider the to identity of all the monsters that appeared was actually the spider at the end of a long battle the hero. Your Mitsu cut off the spiders head and the head of one thousand nine hundred and ninety dead people came out of its stomach for the more from its flanks countless small spiders, flew about an investigating them further. They found about twenty more skulls their various theories to the story of the gum. Oh, well, you're amid suffered from malaria and lay on a bed. Strange monk who was to. Two point one meters tall appeared release some rope and tried to capture him you're Mutu despite a sickness cut him with his famous sword and cost the monk to flee the next day. You're amidst you let his four guardian kings to chase the blood trail the monk and arrived in a mild behind the catano Jinja where there was a large spider that was one point two meters. Wide your amid soon the others caught it pierced it with an iron skewer and exposed it to a river bed. Your emits us illness left him immediately and the sword that cut the spider was from then on called the chemo Curie the spider cutter the to identity of this sushi Ghouma was said to be an Oreo of the effort mentioned local plan defeated by emperor. Jimmu the tail is also from the fifth. No one of the no plays. There's a lot in here. And in fact, the cutting the spider open, and the two thousand skulls falling out is also repeated in the book of Yokoi e there's also a. Similarly, oka- called the immigratio omega mo- they are said to send out strings from their mouths and attack people they appear on the coast of Kyushu lights. Well, at least our good old fashioned American ghost stories are mostly cats and dogs and some horses and some birds and maybe some rodents, none of this which is good. So hopefully, again, this kind of what your appetite for some more yolk high stories, I will try to continue. Hopefully, as we go through the these are kind of less common stories. The FOX story seemed to be something a little bit more popular. There's some mermaid Merman stories as well. From the Japanese you'll cry and we'll just kind of continue to try to come up with a few themes and pull a few stories and see where this goes. So remember to please support your animal rescue rescue a Florida local shelters help out. However, whenever you. Can these animals certainly need it? If you are interested in more on the paranormal feel free to check out these spirits of Saint Petersburg slash Saint Petersburg paranormal investigation website, both names belong to me. They will both go to the same website. I have been working on the old spirits archives and bringing those back kind of a sanitized version a little bit cleaned up in the more straightforward than the long rambling versions kind of like this that were on the.

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"okada" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:54 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dot com. Okada is the name of this particular centipede creature not far from Hamamatsu a town. Located east of Kyoto in the province of Tota me at the east road of Japan. There's a town called touch cheetah. My accent is awful. I apologize near this town. There's a bridge leading over the river the link of this bridge seems even more remarkable as it is cut into two parts by an aisle in the river near this bridge, which is named because of its close proximity to the village lived in gruesome monster, a huge centipede or as the Japanese call them a Mikati. This is also why the called the hill. He lived on Mikati hill. This poisonous centipede made the army road insecure. None dare to oppose him. He was especially dangerous at night time when he grew. So courageous that he even attacked the breed of the dragons who lived under the bridge. He killed the helpless help to that any fear of the big dragons might and because of this grim more between the dragons and the McCray began. Despite their divine might the dragons couldn't do anything against the McCarthy and his hiding place, and so we always one, and he continued his nightly raids until the dragon got some unsuspecting help a hero from the line of the Minamoto called tower Todo heard of the people's pain that was caused by lucado and bravely he went to the monsters layer he killed it with his EROs fire them so strongly that they went through the McCarthy's thick skin. And finally, the Beasley dead on the ground before the hero. It is said that the dead monsters length extended to that of two adult men when the dragons in the ocean God's heard of this great deed. They came to the hero praised him and told him that he would live for a long time. They also prophesized that his kin would have some the greatest might on earth. And that's how it happened. So centipede we'll talk a little bit about some spiders now who they're technically not the same as in sex. But they kind of fell into this episode because they're actually couple really cool versions. So you try one of them. Is the door gloom? Oh, which is a type of you're a creature ghost or goblin of Japanese folklore. According to some stories, it is a spider that can change us appearance into that of a seductive woman. I have seen at least one other entry that calls this the four spider or the hor- woman spider in Japanese Kenji. It is the translation literally means binding bride or the horse spider. How did I not just say that and it can also refer to some species of spider Japanese-speaking Tamala gised, lovable, use it to describe certain species, according to legend when spider turns four hundred years old it gains, magical, powers soy of the door. Goo can be found in the Edo period. Works in many of these stories the spider changes its appearance into a beautiful woman to ask a summarize to marry her takes the form of a young woman carrying a baby which may turn out to be a spider's egg sac age org. It was also known as the mistress of Joran fall. Calls and issue Shizue, the legend has it that a man was resting at the foot of the waterfall when his feet were bound, but they vast number of spider threads to free himself. He cut the threads entire them to the stump of a tree which was pulled from the ground and drawn into the waters after this incident at the and waterfall the villagers became afraid and stop going to the waterfall, however, one day woodsmen logger from out of town unaware of the story of the creature began cutting what in the area after he accidentally dropped his acts in the water, he dove into the pond declined it then a beautiful woman appeared and return the acts telling him never to tell anyone about her while the logger kept the promise he began to feel anxious about the incident one day while he was drunk. He told his secret and finally felt at ease and he fell into a deep sleep never to awaken. Again. These are not friendly. Are they in a variation of the story of the during waterfall, the logger falls in love with the woman and starts visiting the falls every day to see her. But as time passes, he starts growing weaker and weaker among from neighboring town. Temporal beliefs. A logger has been trapped by the spider. So he in the logger go to the waterfall together and the monk rates have Buddhist sutra there while the monk breeds a citrus spider threads appear from the pool and attempt to up around the logger, but the monk shots is Buddhist chant, and they disappear though, the longer soon realizes that the woman was a spider. He cannot forget his love for her. He'd been asked for help from a Tango master of the Yokoi the mountain the tangle forbids this love the logger was unwilling to give up his love for the poor GU running back to the waterfall. He was caught by the silk threads and finally falls into the water never to surface. Again. There are also stories about Japan of a tree stump being pulled into the water in the place of the lumberjack from the previous tailed one such example of that is the because she'd Obuchi Sendai here after the stump is pulled into the pool. The lumberjack series of voice saying how clever how clever for this event. The area came to be called the cashier Kobuk she which literally means clever abyss here. The jauregui. Who is worshipped as a goddess who protects people from drowning and a monument and a small Tori, still stands at the location. Let's see. There was also the sushi Juno the dirt or earth spider, which is a historical Japanese derogatory term for renegade, local clans and also the name of a race of spider. Like you in Japanese folklore, alternate names for this include yachts, Haga and ogm. Oh, giant spider, the Japanese name for a large ground bowling tarantula is due to their perceived resemblance to the creature of myth rather than the myth being named for the spider. Japan has no native species of tarantula and similarities between the mythical and the actual creature huge wandering, spiders obvious face that likes to hide in Burrows, entirely coincidental. Okay. So I think we're talking about these join ole miss spiders with the passage of time the sushi gloom. Oh have been established as you high. They appear. Two people as having the faces of an only body of tiger arms and legs of a spider, and they were joined outfits, they all lived in mountains firmly captured travelers with strings and ate them. See, you know, I think the east has some interesting elements right in the sushi. Kumo sushi written in the fourteenth century this creature appeared in the capital as monsters hero was brought in where they encountered a flying skull the hero, and the others thought it was dubious started to follow it and arrived at an older state where there appeared various atypical Yokthai that iron is our hero and the others. And when Don arrived there appeared a beautiful woman who's about to trick them for the hero. Not giving in cut it with his Cantina and the woman disappeared leaving white blood pursuing the trail, they arrived at a cave in mountain recess where they found a huge spider, the true, identity of all the monsters that appeared was actually the spider at the end of the long battle. Will the hero your Mitsu cut off the spiders head and the head of one thousand nine hundred and ninety dead people came out of its stomach for the more from its flanks countless small spiders about an investigating them further. They found about twenty more skulls their various theories to the story of the two Gumbo. Well, you're amid suffered from malaria and lay on a bed, a strange monk who was two point one meters tall appeared release some rope and tried to capture him you're Mutu despite a sickness cut him with his famous sword and caused the monk to flee. The next day you're amid to let his four guardian kings to chase the blood trail, the monk and arrived in a mound behind the catano Jinja where there was a large spider that was one point two meters. Wide your amid soon the others caught it pierced it with an iron skewer and exposed it to a bed your illness left him immediately and the sword that cut the spider was from then on called the chemo Curie the spider cutter the. To identity of this. Sushi Ghouma was said to be an Oreo of the effort mentioned local plan defeated by emperor. Jimmu the tail is also from the fifth. No one of the no plays. There's a lot in here. And in fact, the cutting the spider open and the two thousand skulls falling out is also repeated in the book of Yokoi each. There's also a similarly oh car called the immigratio omega. Mo- they are said to send out strings from their mouths and attack people. They appear on the coast of Kyushu. Well, at least our good old fashioned American ghost stories are mostly cats and dogs and some horses and some birds and maybe some rodents, none of this which is good. So hopefully, again, this kind of what's your appetite for some more yolk high stories, I will try to continue. Hopefully, as we go through the these are kind of less common stories. The FOX story seemed to be something a little bit more popular. There's some mermaid Merman stories as well. From the Japanese Yokthai, and we'll just kind of continue to try to come up with a few themes and pull a few stories and see where this goes. So remember to please support your animal rescue rescue a Florida local shelters help out. However, whenever you can these animals certainly need it. If you are interested in more on the paranormal feel free to check out the spirits of Saint Petersburg slash Saint Petersburg paranormal investigation. Website, both names belong to me. They will both go to the same website. I have been working on the old spirits archives and bringing those back kind of a sanitized version a little bit cleaned up in the little more straightforward than the long rambling versions kind of like this that were on the.

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"okada" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"I can understand fans wanting those wrestlers Aaron I can understand that being disappointed that it feels like something different than what they anticipated. That said it's hard to say like I didn't look at Cody and the young boxes like carpetbaggers in our wage, but I always is a compliment to them as saw them as a Spiring to do more than contacted wrestlers for a something other than a top group that was happy being in the spot that they were in. They just seemed like they were going to be more than that with the bucks work in Japan and the Indies or Cody aspiring to tell a different legacy. Build a different legacy in maybe go back to WWE or in this case start eight w but I do think it feels when you look at this lineup versus what people imagined I think it just feels a little empty because some of the soul of what generated the excitement for all in and what generated excitement in our wage in in two thousand eighteen and prior it there is a void that I don't think is filled. I don't think Jay white to substitute for Kenya Meghan, most people's eyes were regardless of where the trajectory takes him as champion and a top act for new Japan. And I think he's been coming along. Well, but I don't know that he's been coming along well enough to replace Kenny. And so the bucks and Cody. It doesn't make or break a card, but it it's a significant pieces that I think work against it. So yeah, I I think some people are really against it. Others are accepting of it. I haven't really gotten a sense that there's anyone who's like super excited about it. But I think people would have rioted if they didn't get Todd Ohashi Bucci in Okada on the show. Title plug the names in like take out J white put in Kenny omega for an omega Okada pitch for the title people want to see that anybody. I take out. I'm not saying people don't wanna see. But you understand what I'm getting like if you take out. I don't know maybe take out caving in the H match in the world in the ladder match input in a Cody and then take out building enterprises in the in the tag match, and you put in the books, it's a different car. It feels. It's a car with more clout. It's a car with more no notoriety right away. So yeah, I don't think that you know, a year ago people who left. You know, whatever event they had if you told them that this was going to be the card. They would say what happened to those guys right away. But like you said, I do think that the most intriguing thing on that card is that Jeff Cobb will will all spray because Cobb is an absolute like ethic machine. Osprey can do some crazy things that's going to be really fun to watch. And it's such a contrast from the aniversary show opponent for Cobb in the style match versus what he's going to have at this g one supercar and dragon leave on Dido initial Maury being I witnessed to that. Like, I I think on paper this chance to be really good and have people exhilarate it and exhausted. At the end glad they were there. I mean, this doesn't feel like a half-hearted lineup to me when when you look especially at the I think you can look at the H title match be like. I disagree with a booking or why the state lethal still champ? And even really, but otherwise, I mean, it's I just I'm trying to be like neutral in asking questions and discussing it. But I think this is pretty good because other than omega being missing I mean in the bucks to a degree, but lesser I don't think like Cody not being on the show other than the star power of Cody being..

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"okada" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A country like Somalia what's ineptitude in. What's an actual inside job? But yeah, that often Somali Bob has been known to penetrate, Somali security services and other institutions I would not be shocked in the least that this was an inside job. Tom, we go to Syria where there's an al-qaeda affiliate Al Qaeda itself in Syria, praising the Taliban and ISIS who are these guys. Yeah. You know, this is a a group. It's led by an al-qaeda veterans who actually helped run one of all pre-nine eleven training camps. He's since relocated serious. He's known as a mom Shami. He has his own group called the guardians of religion. Which of course, sounds benign, and isn't and he's been leading this group in Syria for some time. It's been the leadership kerfuffle amongst the Okita ranks within the L Qaeda link jihadis there, which is to specific to get into detail now, but the. Is one of the Okada groups there this guardians of the religion released a statement that was glowing over these recent operations by call Bon going after an Afghan forces camp and shebab is Bill was just mentioning okays branch in Somalia praising both these operations, but bullets all blind shebab, and what's interesting about this is we see stuff like this all the time that the Okada network globally, which remember they have actors across several countries now branches groups, it's urgent fighting in several countries number of countries. And they none of them are saying anything bad about tall bonding. They continue the praise the Taleban all the time, and they see the because the Goshi with the US as sign of US weakness and assigned to the jihadi victory is coming. And so this is the thing that we have in our sort of model what's going on here with the negotiations between the State Department all bond bet a lot of people are not taking into account and Bill. I think that's what you were referring to earlier when you said globally. The Taliban negotiation to exit the US will help everybody because they'll become a celebration for all of those looking to do the same thing. Tom..

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"okada" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"okada" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"He's getting the the big old push. He's he's been rocket strapped to speak in the parts of another podcast that doesn't but. Yeah, it's it's I don't know. I thought it was really interesting. I would love to have a lovely chat with Gedo. And be like what's that all about? I don't know. I'm not the biggest Jay white found. So I'm being I'm being petty. But I see the potential. Yeah. They did a good job with the during this match putting over the story about why he you know, about why Gaito and Jay were aligned how what this meant for Okada and yelling match, and I I don't know if necessarily I'm feeling Jay white. This is my first experience actually watching matches. So I think he's a interesting experiment for some reason. I wrote down sexy. Billy Kidman and leather as a description of him. Man, never going to unseat it. Exactly what his character is. But the same time, you know. I mean, he's he's he's an interest. You know, it's to be interesting to see him on the on the come up. Yeah. They did a good job of of telling a story as to why Okada might be at his full speed. But while still making Jay look strong announces did a lot of legwork on this won't even though it was a great match. I enjoyed what I was really excited. See rain Mako caught a back 'cause much as I've loved crazy 'cause they love the no pants. People need parents. I I enjoyed it. I enjoyed the match. I'm just like, I don't wanna watch Jay white take the place of full my vessel. But that's on me. And I will work through it. Like, you say, I still have China how she on Okada Naito to enjoy so this'll wrestle friends who may no longer be new Japan. Kenya? Mega drops the GP heavyweight title to Hiroshi Tallahassee. We touched briefly. How do you feel? This would rank if if this is indeed his last match part of me feels like maybe he will resign probably not. But it just feels like when when all the reports are definitively say well that was his last match. I always automatically trained as a fan to go. No way. Was this a good swansong for him in that promotion, if this was his last match, which I'm also not super convinced it is, but we'll see because I feel like every time after a wrestle kingdom. They're always like can use leaving soon. Kenny's leaving soon. Guineas leaving soon if this was. His last match. I think it was. I think it was a great match. I think it was a perfectly good way for him to leave. But I mean at any point until he decides to stop wrestling when Kenny leaves anywhere, you're always going to feel like he had more to give Kenny our expectations for him are very very high. Yeah. Because he is so amazing. I guess is what I'm saying. Yeah. It was hard for me to enjoy it as much as last is not because it wasn't a good match and not because ton Ashi is an incredible because it was amazing to see him. And again, I come and tasted such a good job of of putting this much together and selling it to the story of it. But because I was so invested in the Kenya. Who caught a storyline for like a year for more than a year that had they gave you so much more. Because this is what I Japan does better than anyone else. They tell these long long long term stories, and I invested in that so long whereas I've been invested in this for such a short time in compa-. Harrison. I mean compared to WWE storyline. It was like, you know, fucking were pace. But I just didn't feel as involved, and I was so surprised to see Kenny lose his belt so quickly. But yeah, that's still so many stories to tell I I am. It's a first time in a very long time. Like was he go to go? Just tell me. 'cause he still has story here. He could have Sirri it a W could have sorry in w e by all accounts, they've made him very generous offer. We'll see the only problem go into all elite fit him for me is like what's he gonna do?.

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Japan quake toll up to 20 as rescuers dig through landslides

AP News

01:04 min | 4 years ago

Japan quake toll up to 20 as rescuers dig through landslides

"People are dead and dozens of others missing. After a powerful earthquake. Japan's northernmost main island of Okada AP's Murray. Yamaguchi is in Tokyo and says the six point seven magnitude quake caused damage to buildings and energy supplies earthquake triggered landslides that crushed houses. And buried people underneath they breed and trees and also the damages to her generators caused a widespread blackout across the island's landslides crushed houses under torrents of dirt rocks and timber rescue workers are working frantically doing their best to read survivors. Meanwhile, the island's only nuclear power plant was damaged. But at first inspection. It appears to be limited island main thermal power plant was affected and three of its generators were damaged by the earthquake prime minister Shinzo Abe's. So that up to twenty five thousand troops and other personnel are going to Hokkaido to help with rescue operations the quake adds to a string of calamities hitting Japan over the last few months that include a typhoon flooding. Heavy rain in the heat wave.

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Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

05:30 min | 4 years ago

Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

"US President. Donald Trump has criticized the head of his country's largest labor organization Trump fired off a tweet on Monday targeting Richard Trumka president of the American federation of labor and congress of industrial organizations from ca said in an interview with Fox News on Sunday that the things Trump has done to hurt workers, outpace what he has done to help workers Trump responded by tweeting that some of the things Trumka said were so against the working men and women of our country and the success of the US itself that it is easy to see why unions are doing. So poorly Trump also tweeted, the US is respected. Again that was in response to White House, press secretary, Sarah Sanders, tweet stating that millions are working again. Thanks to Trump's policies. Trump's comments are drawing attention as the labor group is expected to influence the results of the midterm election in November. US President Trump says, President Bashar, al-assad of Syria must not recklessly attack it, live province. The comment comes as the Syrian government appears set to mount an all out offensive in the northwestern province, which is the largest opposition stronghold Trump tweeted on Monday that the Russians and rainiest would be making a grave humanitarian mistake to take part in this potential human tragedy. He wrote hundreds and thousands of people could be killed. Don't let that happen. The United States which supports the opposition is increasingly concerned. The Assad government and Russia may use chemical weapons in April. The US Britain and France launched a coordinated military strike against Syria over its suspected use of chemical weapons in August US, national security adviser. John Bolton said, if the Syrian regime uses chemical weapons, we will respond very strongly. People in Brazil have taken to the streets, protesting the loss of their national museum in a fire likely caused by poor maintenance of the facility. The historical museum building in Rio de Janeiro was gut it, and a large part of his collections were destroyed by the fire that broke out on Sunday firefighters could not put out the fire in time after outside. Hydrants did not work. The museum was founded in eighteen eighteen by the king of Portugal, Portugal was then Brazil's colonial overlord. It housed more than twenty million items of historic value, including mummified bodies of indigenous people, but many of them are now lost. The museum had suffered declining funding for years amid the country's economic hardship despite the fact that the need for repairs had repeatedly been pointed out local media report that the cause of the fire was likely to be an electrical fault resulting from the deterioration of of equipment in the museum people across the country. They are blaming the government for neglect of infrastructure and services in Rio de Janeiro about twenty five thousand people gathered for a demonstration shouting that the government should spend more money on education more than one thousand four hundred people have been killed across India after massive floods and landslides caused by torrential rains. India's interior ministry says that one thousand four hundred and fifty nine people and died as of Monday severe storms have been battering wide areas of the country since June in this other state of Kananga four hundred eighty eight people were killed after massive floods swept away homes and inundated villages. The state government described the flooding as the worst in a century infectious diseases have been spreading in the area due to deteriorating hygiene conditions, killing forty people so far. The union government has dispatched medical teams in the northern state of Utah prudish, two hundred and fifty. Six people were killed in massive floods, torrential rain. Inflicted damage. Intens dates, Indian military forces are conducting rescue operations and transporting relief supplies. Indian weather officials, say the rainfall for the entire country is close to the usual amount, but that it is concentrated in certain areas. They are calling on people to stay alert for downpours during the next week or so, Japanese period film Chitty Tabacchi or summarize promise has won the special grand prix of the jury at the Montreal film festival in Canada. The festival began on August twenty. Third prizes for the world. Competition were warded on Monday. The final day to Japanese films were in the competition cheats. Bucky directed by dissect Kimura and starring Junichi Okada depicts an Eto period someday who battles various conspiracies in his home feudal domain. It won the festival's second highest price. Japanese actor hito. She touchy won the best actor award for his work in what for life in overtime. Directed by Hideo touchy plays a man struggling to find his place after retirement to Japanese films have previously won the grand prize in Montreal. Now, guy sample or a long walk directed by Asia Okuda won the prize in two thousand six. Oh, could he be four departures by eulogy to touch the one in two thousand eight? And that was the news from radio Japan of the NHK world. Japan network. I'm Erica Kajima and I'm keeping fallen. Please stay tuned.

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Lyme Disease isn’t the Only Tick-Borne Illness to Think About

Mayo Clinic Health Minute

10:32 min | 4 years ago

Lyme Disease isn’t the Only Tick-Borne Illness to Think About

"In the sun with your family. You grab the sunscreen because you know a sun protection factor or SPF of thirty is going to protect your exposed skin from getting sunburned. But Dr Don Davis. A mayo clinic dermatologist says, most people don't know that skin covered by clothing still can get sunburned. She says, natural clothing without sun protective factors. We'll have an SPF of approximately one to four based on how tight the we've is and how breathable the material is. So it actually does not give you that much some protection, but she says there are special types of clothing that will protect you. The clothing industry has now allowed micro fibers into certain clothes, which then have a UP f. or universal protection factor that's equivalent to the SPF of sunscreen. She says, universal. -tection factor is even calculated the same way SPF is it's the ratio of the number of minutes. You spend outdoors without developing redness to the skin with the clothing on verses without the clothing on. So Dr Davis says, if you can spend fifty minutes outdoors with a piece of clothing before developing mild readiness versus ten minutes without you would have a protective factor of fifty over ten, which is a UP f of five. So the next time you're shopping for clothes, check the tag to see if it lists the items, universal protection factor, and here's some news about some research mayo clinic is doing to help stop a cancer associated with sun exposure melanoma. The most deadly type of skin cancer mayo clinic center for individualized medicine is learning about melanoma at the molecular level to allow for treatment that better targets and individuals disease. That's because not all melanomas are the same every year about ninety thousand people are diagnosed with melanoma. And more than nine thousand people die from the disease in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society, the incidents has been rising for the past thirty years, especially among young people. Mayo researchers are working to find better treatments for the mayo clinic news network. I'm Vivian Williams. Welcome back to Mayo Clinic Radio. I'm Dr Tom shy, and I'm Tracy McCray. Well, Tracy, it's tick season, and it's time actually to learn how to stop those suckers according to a new report from the centers for disease control and prevention. Illnesses caused by disease infected ticks mosquitos and fleas have tripled in the US in recent years, lime disease is the most common illness carried by ticks, but it's not the only one. There's an applause, Moses Ehrlich news what and even Rocky Mountain, spotted fever to just name a few. We'll get to the pronunciation of that in just a second must be lik Yosef here to discuss, tick, borne illnesses and how to prevent them and how to pronounce them as mayo clinic microbiologist and parasite expert, Dr. Bobby Pritt, welcome back to the program, Dr it. Thank you. It's great to be here. The doctor sites has that right. He did Arlecchino SIS. Alright. Why in the world? Is there a tripling in the amount of diseases from these suckers. As doctor says, we have more of them that ticks are spreading their spreading their ranges, and that's due to a lot of different factors. Some of it has to do with weather, some of it has to do with human behavior. A lot of it has to do with hosts like all those dear and wrote cetera out there. They are perfect reservoirs for the ticks defeat on. Over the winter. Now they survive over the winter. They can hang out under the leaves, and then come out as soon as the snow melts is lime disease stole the most common tick illness. It is in the country and particularly in the upper midwest and the northeast, some three hundred thousand cases year more than that. But for a couple of generations ago, no, I'd never heard of Lyme disease. Is it because it had not been diagnosed yet or because there wasn't a Lyme disease. At that point, there was some disease, so it had been diagnosed by then, but there wasn't a lot of it. There weren't as many forested areas where our dear used to like to hang out. We used to be more of a farming society. There used to be wider areas that were just open fields for crops. Now we have all these nice wooded areas that the deer just love the rodents just love that's perfect habitat for ticks. And we love to go out into those beautiful green spaces and and our behavior off. Also drives this. We want to go out and go for a hike in the woods, and we should. It's just now we have to be aware that those ticks and the mosquitoes and the fleas are out there and we have to be able to protect ourselves, shall we get from the tick that bit the deer? Yes. Well, actually it's usually the mouse that it gets it from. So the tick is born not infected with Lyme disease, but then when it bites its first mouse or small rodent, it becomes infected. And then in order to change into its next life cycle stage, it needs to take another meal. And that could be from us. What what dear after do you know the deer are actually more of just a blood source there, a food source, the ticks like defeat on dear, but dare themselves actually don't get infected with Lyme disease, the mice. We blame the deer also part of life cycle though for some of the other things like Anna plasmapheresis in our lick Llosa's when it comes to ticks, is that what the problem is or what are, what are other diseases that ticks spread? Well, as you mentioned, Rocky Mountain, spotted fever, Anna plasma, SIS, there's busy. Oh, SIS Bradley, amo- Twi. That's a mouthful. There's also the to Nick new tick borne diseases that we identified here at mayo clinic Bradley, mayo knee. I named after the mayo brothers and also are leaky Muris. So there have been nine new pathogens spread by ticks or mosquitoes. Just identified since two thousand four is one of those the ones that results in allergy to meet. Yes, that's a really odd one. And people get really. Bad ineffective reaction if they eat meat, if they're bitten by a certain type tick, amazing lime disease, the most common one. So let's say that you know you had a tick on your body or you don't. What are the symptoms? What do you look for for lime disease, fever is one and brash. Those are two big ones all the disease that looks like a target for lime disease. It's that so called target white rash. The problem is is not all people have that. It could also be an hard to see areas like if it's on your scalp under your hair or your back, that's why tick checks with a friend or sometimes helpful. Have sunlight look in the spots that you can't easily see, but even if you don't have a towel rash, if you have other symptoms, you should go to your doctor. You could have body aches, muscle aches. Those are the big ones joint pains. And then how if you, if you have those symptoms go to the physician, how do they diagnose it? How do they know if you have lime disease? There's a few tests we do for Lyme disease. We look for antibodies that your body forums is part of its immune response to the organism. So that's called serologic testing. PCR's not a big part of Lyme disease, but we testing, but we do offer it as more of a junked of test for other diseases. We have PCR test. We have Serology. So we have a number of ways in the laboratory that we can detect these tests and they can be pretty definitive. They can, yes. Are there any advances being made in the battle against the ticks? Yeah, it's interesting that you ask that because there's a whole new tick, borne disease working group that was sponsored by the government, which actually on one of the subcommittees working groups, and we are looking at all of those. Things. What are the gaps in our existing technologies? And then what are some of the new technologies that can help fill those gaps? Does a number of different things be looked at? Some will be going through the FDA for approval, but nothing's really here yet. So we're still, unfortunately relying on technology from the nineteen seventies and eighties like serologic testing. Well, in the tricky thing is back in the nineteen seventies, for instance, if you were going to go onto the woods, you didn't think twice, not maybe at the most. You just looked for ticks on your body when you got back, but times have changed. And so before you go into the forest or through a walk in a meadow or whatever the case is, what should we do about these things? Exactly. If you're going to go out into the woods and you think you're going to go off the beaten trail, you need to be applying some sort of tick or insect repellent. We recommend deet anything with thirty percent deter more. There's also a carrot in the Environmental Protection Agency actually has a whole list of all the different options. And there's also permission that. You can spray on clothing. Essentially, the idea is choose what you're going to be using and make sure you do it consistently. You could also do some simple things like tuck your pants into your socks, less bearskin for those ticks grab onto all good. Good thoughts. So you talked to us about the symptoms of Lyme disease. You talk to us about the diagnosis. They'll tell us about treatment, and if it's important to be treated and if you don't get treated or even sometimes if you do the complications. Yes, treatments important. And if you think you have tick borne disease, you definitely want to go to your physician. Some of these diseases are life threatening things like Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. That's life threatening in children in adults. Erlich Yosef can be life threatening. Usually the treatment is a drug called dachsie cycling, even for children with cases of Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. A lot of times we say, don't give certain antibiotics, doxycycline children that is not the case with Rocky Mountain, spotted fever. So usually antibiotic treatment is required. And most cases patients will respond if they're treated early, if they're not treated, early, complications can arise like with lime disease, the disease can disseminate. It can go to your joints. It can go. To your nervous system and that hurt breaking your heart. People have died of lime and Okada's. So it's important to find out if you have it get a definitive diagnosis and be treated and as early on as possible. Exactly. Is it ever too late to undergo treatment? It's less effective. So I wouldn't say it's too late. You'd still wanna go to your doctor and see what your treatment options are, but it may be less effective. All right.

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