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"omis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

09:04 min | 2 d ago

"omis" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Or anyone else, I mean, he has put more coaches into the unemployment line than any man in the history of the game. He has dominated the game like no one has ever done. So I think some are finding his comments that he made to us the other day rather interesting. Let's talk to squirrels, grandson. Hey, Paul. Nice to speak with you. Thank you. Want to throw two things your way from Lexington to cat span clearly. Hugh from deep gap, I could listen to that gentleman read the encyclopedia pretty much any day of the year. And I like the commentary that he brings the way that he played around with the pod systems got out paper and pen. I thought he brought it. Old fashioned notion. Yeah. And I thought, you know, that's such a creative approach there to a call. And I'm a longtime listener. Disabled veteran here in Lexington. I think it's some of the callers is family members. And I've heard that other people speak to that before, and I threw out squirrels grandson because he's probably my current favorite caller at the moment. I have a thing to say to Jim. Jim, you beat jam, bro it's like sometimes you rub me the wrong way, but that's okay. And I don't ever want to hate on what you do. JK, Alabama, man, I wish I woke up and got out of bed with a quarter of the moxie that you greet each day. I wish I had a can of what you eat for breakfast. And then I think I want to close on the topic of a few squirrel is just being this overall gentleman in the way that he kind of comes to the show and his voice is unassuming. I do think his perspective is unique. And I feel like I've kind of stepped all over my own call here. But I'll just close with as a cats fan, I'm going to make the case that if there is a year for Kentucky to contend with Georgia, this is the year Kirby clearly has all the deserved accolades, obviously. But I think that if they play that game and contend for the east, not just I think they play in November if memory serves, but they play that ten times. They play that game out. Four. Thank you very, very much for your call. It was excellent. Let's check in with Paul, who is in Oregon. Hello, Paul. Go ahead. Hi, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. Yeah, I wanted to, I mean, there's a lot of things I guess I could talk about. But I'll talk about Nick Saban bit and that comment as I understand it. Which may not be the way you look at it. I just was thinking that by parity, maybe he means, if everybody gets to spend the same amount of money, he's fine with that. Because people will want to have him as their coach. And he's not afraid to coach against anybody. So I think he's fine with a level playing field. I don't know that he feels he can compete with Texas money. An organ's lucky enough to have that one big fella that likes to remember he's an alumni. And owns big shoe company. I like that. So it could be just simply that he's just saying, okay, let's just say everybody gets this amount of money and spend it on their team and that's that. We'll see who wants to play for me. And Paul, I want to say on one level, and maybe because I was sitting next to him, when you sit next to saving, you are in his universe. I mean, you are rotating on his axis. So I heard him say, wouldn't it be nice if we could go back to a different era in college football. But we can't. So I'm not going down memory lane. I mean, Nick Saban has seen a lot. And there I can absolutely guarantee you he does not like where we are today. Yeah, and a lot of us don't. And maybe we're all of a particular age and maybe a lot of the athletes like to think that they would have been a lot better. And it would have been nice enough that we had an NC two a that was open enough to say it felt like get some money to be home for the holidays for heaven's sakes. So I don't have any problems with I guess that idea other than I do hope they're on pace to go to school and go to class. As a taxpayer to a state. I would like to do that. But he hates where we are. But because and thank you for the call. And part of that is because he has built a system down there that is a theater to the NFL. Players and everything that he preaches discipline, the locker room, you heard him talk about that, is now open for interpretation. By the way, great Michael Bratton, on the other day. SEC Mike does the podcast. And in reaction to what Saban said, he has done this and I'll share it with the audience. Saban wants parity in the SEC. And in college football. These are the current active winning streaks for Alabama. Tennessee 15 straight games. Arkansas 14 straight, state, Mississippi state, 14, vandy 11 straight 8 straight over Florida. Is that amazing or what? 8 straight against Florida. Is that right? Yeah, that's right. Kentucky 7, omis 6, almost beat them to two years in a row. Missouri 5. So that is once parity. Well, good. I hope he gets it. Let's get some more reaction. Bobby is in Florida. Hello, Bobby. Paul, thank you for taking my call, sir. Thank you. I do have to admit this is kind of a reactionary phone call. It wasn't well thought out, but when I heard that Saban wants more parody. I can't assume he's trying to make his job harder, is he? He seems to have a stranglehold on the SEC and we've talked before, Paul. I'm from Knoxville, but huge synergy fan. And. I guess I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around what he said. I've been trying to listen to the past couple calls while I've been on hold, but again, I turned the TV on, I heard you say that or save and say that and I picked up the phone and I called right in and luckily I'm already here with you. Well, I wonder what it is. You know, maybe he's upset because he wants parity where he wins every year and everybody else plays for a second. I believe it would not be, wouldn't that be history though? Uncomfortable for saving because what's he lost is it three out of the last four national championship games. I mean that at one time he had never lost a national championship game. Until last year he never lost to an assistant. So yeah, I guess he wants to, he wants a paradigm shift. One last quick thing and then I'll get out of here. When you were running down Alabama's winning streaks, you started with Tennessee at 15, obviously that hurts. Did I hear Vanderbilt at 11? Yes. And he doesn't play Alabama every year. That's why it's not okay. Yeah, Tennessee and Mississippi, those winning streets go back to. I know Tennessee last beat Alabama in O 6. Yeah, Eric angel was the quarterback, right? Yeah, I believe state beat them under Sylvester crewman O 7. I'm just relying on I haven't had time to certify what Michael said, I believe he probably is pretty accurate. But yeah, the Vanderbilt and Alabama do not play that often. They used to. Okay. All right, hey, hey, thank you so much, Paul. Have yourself a good night..

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"omis" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

03:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"omis" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Inc these folks who hate America and don't want it to be what it is and are doing everything they can to create crises that they can then ride up to solve. That is the playbook of the Democrats. If I've ever seen it. All right. All right, good morning, everybody. Glen wiggling. Ryan Norton and from Michael omis, Mike, flying today, having all kinds of airlines still changing all kinds of flights with shortages of pilots and all kinds of weather conditions, even though there's no weather across the entire country. Interestingly enough. We're going to talk a bit about that today and we're going to talk about the obviously the mass mandate being dropped yesterday, a federal judge. This is how Yahoo puts it Ryan. Trump appointed judge deemed not qualified by bar association, voids mass mandate on planes and other travel..

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"omis" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

06:48 min | 5 months ago

"omis" Discussed on Epicenter

"For. Tribe out. And it's like, oh, that feels very interesting. But then what I just thought about this now is I wonder if there's a way of using this with an Olympus style mechanism to keep increasing the PCB and then like I wonder if Olympus could issue a stablecoin with their. Actually earlier on the thing you were offering up your views on Olympus. Maybe maybe we can do that and then we can talk about that a little bit. Do I remember back when Faye was when it was first like launching and stuff? I remember at the time everyone was talking like the two things everyone was like, oh, two big staple cars coming out right now Faye and oh and clearly owned does not seem like a stable coin right now. So what do you think about what are your thoughts on Olympus? Yeah, so the spiritual core of both protocols are identical. It's a PCV back asset period. Faye is a PCV back to USD stable coin om is a PCV that futuristic reserve currency that has a floor price. And so in that regard, I think Olympus is one of the coolest things ever because I think Faye is one of the coolest things ever, and they're very similar. The way that Olympus is different is that they use staking and bonding to kind of growth hack this PCV or protocol on liquidity. It's super sick. I have no idea what's going to happen. I don't have any own bags, but I really like the team. I like the community a lot. I'm always, I always hedge when I talk about it. It's a dangerous mechanism. I think even the leadership kind of knows that. It's like not to be trifled with. So all the memes and shit are fun, but you know it's trading 8 or ten X over its reserve value at any given time. And that gets zero, not zero, but that could do a 5 X dip at any point. And everyone's kind of aware of that. But they have such a strong community and the market's been in their favor. They're acquiring so many assets like Olympus is not going anywhere. And I think that's the long-term play is even when shit hits the fan. They just pivot to being more like a stable coin and less like a growth machine, you know? Yeah, I like a very nuanced like I'm following Olympus right closely. I think that they're really executing pretty well. And that's my broad take on Olympus. It's funny because one of the because I have a lot of omis Friends, right? And one of the ways I like kind of like explain them fair like peel them on face was like, imagine if Olympus was to issue like a an asset like a stable coin that's like fully backed by their PCV, because they have hundreds of millions. Like they could do that like tomorrow. They could issue like, well, maybe not tomorrow, but is she a stable coin? Essentially like Faye and just sell when it's over $1 and buyback when it's under $1, right? So that's kind of how sometimes I explain the fee because and only become essentially like tragic because it would be just like the governance token and they get like the upside on the PCV growing and everything. That's kind of like one way. Dude, that would be a crazy timeline. If Olympus just like launches a stablecoin and turns into a governance token, that would be absolutely that's a crazy timeline. Yeah, so that's exactly what I was just thinking. It seems that the mechanisms are very similar, but what owned it was if packaged tribe and what in phase two separate tokens, one which is stable and one which is this like accruing value asset because it's like proportional to the PCV. It packages them into one asset. But it would be, but I feel like oh, maybe could separate these out where they have this lower value that's backing the ohm, what is clearly under collateralized there, they could issue a stablecoin based off the floor value and then have this other thing become this PCB tracking acid. It seems like that's a little bit what's going on here. Oh my God, that sounds sick. I don't think they want to do that. I talked to I suggested could you do this to some Friends? Like OG omis and they were like, yeah, that's not like the vision, right? Because they want the asset itself to become the reserve currency, but I think it's a cool, it would be cool, right? And they could make it so that's not like fe like exactly $1. It could be more of a floating one, right? Like, let's say it's like they don't let it go past 1.05, but in my, you know, that type of thing. Yeah. I mean, I think they should keep it as just oh, right? They should stick to what they're good at. That's been the narrative. That's when the vision and if they can execute it, it's fucking huge. And I definitely think it's worth it's worth giving that it's full shot, right? So but if they want to launch amplify and call me, I could give you some tips. What is the PCV right now, the dollar value? Approximately? Yeah, eastman tanking. So my guess is it's around a billion. It was like 1.2 a week or two ago. Yeah, it's almost exactly a billion as of right now. Okay, so there's about 1.2 billion dollars of PCV and about $750 million of outstanding bay, right? Yeah, but half of that say, it's 700 and half of it belongs to the protocol. So in terms of debt, there's like 350 million. Okay, so then maybe let's talk a little bit about this rari merger. So maybe before we go into the merger, you know, what was this like relationship and like what was the interaction between the fay protocol and the rari protocol before any talks of merger even popped up? Yeah, I mean, it's really a perfect fit like say is a phase a stablecoin looking for a product and rari is a product looking for a stable coin. They have a leverage market, but you need liquidity, particularly in stablecoins to satisfy the demands of people who want capital efficiency against their tokens. And so we basically put Faye into every fuse pool we could, we in like.

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"omis" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:34 min | 5 months ago

"omis" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Fair opportunity to reach his full potential is certainly laudable, the intent of title 5 is overshadowed by the fiscal irresponsibility administrative unworkability and family weakening implications of the system it envisions. We owe our children something more than good intentions. In fact, that same month, he signed the 1971 revenue act, which essentially facilitated the system that exists today relying on private child care arrangements with tax deductions to help the middle and upper class families and often inadequately funded public child care supports for the poorest families. That was a moment when we could have had a national child care system and it failed, rose tells time, arguing that Nixon's veto in turn galvanized the emerging conservative movements focus on family values. Former Indiana congressman John Brad omis, a CDA co sponsor, said as much in a 1997 interview looking back at the early 1970s conservative opposition to national child care. He said, those attacks poisoned the well for early childhood programs for a long time. Indeed, ever since. 50 years later, child care activists in the U.S. are still fighting for larger government child care subsidies and higher wages for child care workers, many of whom live on the poverty line. Child care needs have only increased as the rates of women in the workforce have increased between 1975 and 2019, the rate of women with children under three participating in the labor force nearly doubled. Now, women make up the majority of the workforce at 50.04% and America spends less than 1% of its GDP on child care. Low income parents spend more than a third of their income on child care costs and more than half of families live in a child care desert. Nixon might as well be in the office, says Nicole mason, president and chief executive officer of the institute for women's policy research. It might as well be 1971 because the arguments, the rhetoric around child care, not much has changed, unfortunately. The CDA came at a time when women were increasingly entering the workplace and at the height of the women's liberation movement. Voicing support for the legislation in congressional hearings, leading feminist activists representative Bella abzug reminded her colleagues that the bill was not only a children's bill, but also a woman's Bill. For the past half a century, women have been paying the price for a veto that was grounded in fear mongering. Melissa boutique, vice president for income security and child care at the national women's law center tells time. The state of child care today in the United States is completely unsustainable and ridden with gender and racial inequities. What's new about the current conversation about child care amid COVID era work from home setups is that more people across racial and class lines are seeing how much the system needs to be overhauled, as halperin puts it, there hasn't been a strong social movement pushing for child care since the early 1970s, but as more people become attuned to how absolutely essential it is for child development women's equality and the economy as a whole, perhaps we'll see that change..

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"omis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"omis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I want to go right to this issue in the situation room With Fauci this chapter two is fascinating fear loathing in saint Fauci in the situation Take us to the situation Yeah that's great So it's January 2020 It's January 28th the president has dispatched me to the situation He's already decided to pull down the flights from China But he needs the support of this nascent task force right So I walk in there Mark and there's four guys I see I know I'm going to have trouble with you got Mulvaney the acting chief again and at the table you got Pompeo's hack on my left shoulder I'm looking across either get this orville redenbacher doppleganger That's Redfield at the CDC and Asia right They're all for different reasons They're again the travel band but there's this little guy across me Little round glasses didn't know he was a saint didn't know we walked on water And I mean a violent argument with him within 60 seconds And he's like flow bears parody keeps saying over and over again travel bans don't work And at one point Mark I looked at him and I go dude I actually called him dude I said dude it's like I mean if there's 20,000 Chinese nationals come in every day from Wuhan China and China into Kennedy O'Hare LAX some of them lit up hotter than a Christmas tree with virus that you think it's best come on in And it's no no no no no no And that was my first taken Mark I looked him in the eye that day Again it's like I had no idea of who he was And I thought to myself he thinks he's smarter than he is And he's going to hurt this president But the bigger story that day Mark and in Trump time book was the lie of omis because I'm sitting there at that point in time I knew that virus likely came from the lab And what did Fauci

Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 6 months ago

Peter Navarro Previews Chapter 2 of New Book 'In Trump Time'

"I want to go right to this issue in the situation room With Fauci this chapter two is fascinating fear loathing in saint Fauci in the situation Take us to the situation Yeah that's great So it's January 2020 It's January 28th the president has dispatched me to the situation He's already decided to pull down the flights from China But he needs the support of this nascent task force right So I walk in there Mark and there's four guys I see I know I'm going to have trouble with you got Mulvaney the acting chief again and at the table you got Pompeo's hack on my left shoulder I'm looking across either get this orville redenbacher doppleganger That's Redfield at the CDC and Asia right They're all for different reasons They're again the travel band but there's this little guy across me Little round glasses didn't know he was a saint didn't know we walked on water And I mean a violent argument with him within 60 seconds And he's like flow bears parody keeps saying over and over again travel bans don't work And at one point Mark I looked at him and I go dude I actually called him dude I said dude it's like I mean if there's 20,000 Chinese nationals come in every day from Wuhan China and China into Kennedy O'Hare LAX some of them lit up hotter than a Christmas tree with virus that you think it's best come on in And it's no no no no no no And that was my first taken Mark I looked him in the eye that day Again it's like I had no idea of who he was And I thought to myself he thinks he's smarter than he is And he's going to hurt this president But the bigger story that day Mark and in Trump time book was the lie of omis because I'm sitting there at that point in time I knew that virus likely came from the lab And what did Fauci

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"omis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:52 min | 6 months ago

"omis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"So tomorrow folks I think I'll spend a little bit more time on these degrowth movements and environmental justice and all this sort of thing because that's what they're talking about As this ideology pervades every aspect of this society but first I have a surprise for you In Trump time a journal of America's plague year Peter Navarro This is a fantastic new book that just came out Peter how are you my friend Mark I can't be happy to be in your show tonight I got to congratulate you I'm calling you the million bookman What about the dollar And I'm rooting for you by the way There's a cameo in your book in my book in Trump time And there's also a little story about the guy you're probably going to have to compete for for bestseller of the year I know you're going to win because Woodward I show him actually in one of the scenes in the in Trump time book where I'm actually there and he relies on two anonymous sources which do not equal a fact by the way And I show him to be the propagandist he is So good for you Mark Here's the good news He's not even close Not even close But really overall was it that And so he'll be left behind in dust as he collects his millions But I want to talk about your book because it's really a fascinating book I want to go right to this issue in the situation room With Fauci this chapter two is fascinating fear loathing in saint Fauci in the situation Take us to the situation Yeah that's great So it's January 2020 It's January 28th the president has dispatched me to the situation He's already decided to pull down the flights from China But he needs the support of this nascent task force right So I walk in there Mark and there's four guys I see I know I'm going to have trouble with you got Mulvaney the acting chief again and at the table you got Pompeo's hack on my left shoulder I'm looking across either get this orville redenbacher doppleganger That's Redfield at the CDC and Asia right They're all for different reasons They're again the travel band but there's this little guy across me Little round glasses didn't know he was a saint didn't know we walked on water And I mean a violent argument with him within 60 seconds And he's like flow bears parody keeps saying over and over again travel bans don't work And at one point Mark I looked at him and I go dude I actually called him dude I said dude it's like I mean if there's 20,000 Chinese nationals come in every day from Wuhan China and China into Kennedy O'Hare LAX some of them lit up hotter than a Christmas tree with virus that you think it's best come on in And it's no no no no no no And that was my first taken Mark I looked him in the eye that day Again it's like I had no idea of who he was And I thought to myself he thinks he's smarter than he is And he's going to hurt this president But the bigger story that day Mark and in Trump time book was the lie of omis because I'm sitting there at that point in time I knew that virus likely came from the lab And what did Fauci know He knew it was from Wuhan He knew the virus popped up within yards of the lab but here's what he knew Mark that he didn't tell us This is the biggest liable mission in history He knew he had given money to that lab America taxpayer money to fund those gain of function research experiments Rand Paul talks about which turn a harmless bat virus into a human killer And what else did he know Mark A script science is told him flat out that that thing likely was genetically engineered You put that all together That little guy sitting across the table What he should have done was going right to the president right to the task force and said look I think this might be from the lab I think it might be genetically engineered And since we know that that's a bioweapons lab moonlighting for the People's Liberation Army it might even be a weapon And I'll tell you Mark if that guy had told us then right then it would have changed everything I could have run a strategy which would have saved millions of people worldwide just knowing that Liable mission Mark One of the missions of the interrupt time book is to get him out of government as the highest paid bureaucrat and put him right in the jail suit Now Peter Navarro the race the operation warp speed Let me put it that way That really was a remarkable event led by the president of the United States operation warp speed And I don't think any other president could have done it Explain Am I right You're absolutely right And again what I'm trying to do in the book is bridge this gap between what the fake news reported and what actually happened So let me again take you into The White House like I try to do And Mark I should say that this book is actually based on a daily journal I did And not on recollection I actually took the time going back to 2017 And so February 9th 2020 at the president's request he's on full alert on this pandemic I write a memo that says the following If we act today that's February 2020 we can have a vaccine by October or November And that's exactly the Mark we hit And here's what's interesting The way president Trump did it was we turned the sequential paradigm of vaccine development on head Usually mark what you do is you start you find some candidates and then you take the laborious route through three phases of safety and efficacy.

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"omis" Discussed on Monsters and Mixers

Monsters and Mixers

04:22 min | 7 months ago

"omis" Discussed on Monsters and Mixers

"What? You're just gonna vanish Brian. Yeah. That's what I think happened. But, you know, who cares what I think? I care. She also said that there was no feeling of grain goodbye. She didn't feel like that was the last time she was going to see her brother, she didn't feel like that was his farewell. Like, okay, this is our last time together by she also said, and this is interesting to me that she doesn't know if her parents know more. She was asked, do you think your parents know what happened to Gabby? She said, I don't know. She was then asked, do you think that Brian is capable of killing Gabby? She said, I don't know. Which, I mean, my brother, if someone asked me, do you think your brother is capable of committing this crime? I know my brother. Yeah, I would say no. I don't believe he is capable of doing that. The fact that she doesn't know and she's like, you know, she's probably sitting at home like, what the fuck? Yeah. Probably. She said that her parents had not spoken to her. They have cut her out of their life, which is crazy. They will not speak to her. Which means she thinks she was pushing back. And also she's like not lawyered up, so she can say whatever the hell she wants. And hopefully she says more. Here. She spoke to protesters because she felt as if her parents attorney had thrown her under the bus, which he did. Yeah, for sure. And that she hadn't said that she had never seen brain just that she hadn't spoken to him, or hadn't been able to speak to him. But that's still different. Which is lying by omis. Why would you not say like, okay, yeah, maybe I haven't talked to Brian since that happened. September 6th, which is only 5 days before Gabby's reported missing. But we did go on this camping trip..

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"omis" Discussed on Most Foul Podcast

Most Foul Podcast

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"omis" Discussed on Most Foul Podcast

"General disrespect that you're on omis showed in talking about it and the exploitation give nature of how he treated dad's death necker butcher actually left mayhem in one thousand nine hundred eighty one and it talks about internal conflicts and think but i think he was just disgusted with your autonomous and how he had handled that situation and what he did you know. I don't know if anybody looked into whether or not dead's death wasn't a suicide. He did leave a note and he was known to be depressed into have engaged in self harm for many years. So maybe it was just a foregone conclusion. But you're on was the first one to find him. And i don't know it. Just none of it sits well with me in terms of it. Being a clear case of complete self motivated suicide mo- specially Desecrating the corpse and moving. It around like you're already. I mean this is conjecture we're not speaking We're not making full-fledged accusations it's just hypothesizing but if you were to murder someone and then you give a reason for why you move the body a bunch. Why you like mess up the crime scene while your dna was everywhere but even that girl who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself. I believe in massachusetts found guilty. So even if he didn't pull a trigger that's not to say that it wasn't welfare willful encouragement and then i mean just seeing how excited he was and how happy saying what an amazing thing is suicide was. I mean it sounds to me like this person is heavily involved. Yeah and one of the. You know as i'm going through this i had to make this chart for myself to understand. I can't recall right off. The top of my head of the band members said this but one of them said that they were not friends by the end so they were living together but they had conflicts and i think that there was even an accusation. That dead had stabbed your autonomous in the head. Or you know so..

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"omis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"omis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"That is you know. He's he's good out of the gate he's he's getting front he you know he clock. You know honey honey nose up and he knows you know He. He knows his strengths and he when he plays to it. So you know. It's it's a winning combination as I said it sends you the detail. The we weren't very hard. It's not easy Dan You know everything has the lineup. And you know we've got a good combination and a great team well continued success and it seems You're well positioned for a great twenty twenty Georgina Baxter thanks again. Thank you not at all. Georgina Baxter and Lady's island first grade at stake win. But of course she'd been racking up Different kinds of listed restricted wins with breath. Lady's island this year as well as pay any price and was a key. Ot as well in the sunshine millions Earlier in the year and and clearly with the kind of experience jazz and the kind of people she worked for seems seems like she can't Omis let's take a break. We're rolling up toward Well that's actually going to be quarter of so I don't want to I guess we'll we'll come back. We'll do some news and and some other results and I also got to give you another pass at the calendar Hammer. said he's already got one hundred hundred and twenty-five oaklawn calendar requests good response from Friday so let's take our last break in the morning we'll come back we'll get tomorrow. We'll try to get Elizabeth noblest tomorrow and talk to her about her breakthrough. Great at.

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"omis" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:49 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on KTOK

"Newsradio one thousand Katya K, seventy one degrees in Oklahoma City windfall. Liberte happy mother's day to all of you this evening and happy great Women's Day to think that way as well. Jennifer McClintock is my next guest. She is the communications public relations person for the Oklahoma City utilities. And of you know, my job is so much fun. Because I get to call these wonderful public relations people and say, Jennifer, I'm curious about the Oklahoma City landfills, what need a who could talk to me about that. She was kind enough to say why Gwynn I would love to talk to you about that. So Jennifer McClintock. Thank you for joining me on a Sunday night in on mother's day. So I was driving down. I forty I think it was two forty eight was wasn't it. Yep. And I looked up and I thought that's a really tall hill here. And then I realized I think that might be an Oklahoma City landfill. And so that's the whole thing that and watching in the middle of the night on one of the heavy rains, the how to recycle in Oklahoma City. So those two things started. So thank you for joining me on this Sunday night. And how do we start can you educate us all about the landfills that the city has? Yeah. Well, the one that you see along is that the city contracts with for our trash services. We don't have. We don't own any outright contract with tried it organizations that specialize in in landfill up nation Plainfield are very technical and actually very in hypica- type of place who refuse and we call them sanitary landfill because they are building such a way to minimize the impact on the environment. And what I mean by that is they're kind leered up like a lasagna. On the bottom of landfill have some Comey -able industrial strength and industrial weight weiner's that go on the bottom. They're they're filled a certain depth, depending upon the size of the city and the FIS of the amount of space that they're going to have to collect all of the trash and then on top of that they put a variety of different types of pony -able and implementable layers, which is a different types of industrial materials than was gravel and certain types of compacted. Don't help kind of layer it up, and what this does is that this provides filtration system, all the trash that gets moved into the landfill because the poor landfills that we have in Hama city three of them except all types of trash one of them. Only accepts construction trash that one is operated a little bit differently. But what we find in in what the danger of courses, I shouldn't say danger. But a lot of these landfills that when putting in a lot of household trash. That includes your pet waste that includes diapers that includes a lot of biological contaminants. We don't want to get into groundwater. We don't want those to really get too far out into the atmosphere from an air quality standpoint. So there are engineers that actually monitor the landfills, and they have to, you know, abide by not only EPA regulations Environmental Protection Agency, but also are regularly monitored by the two, and we have to court to the on a regular basis that discipline to read out the how much of the what we call the leachate, which is the a liquid basically, I will talk any other day about compost. The leachate is what we would call the compost tea of landfill. And we have an underground pipeline in the landfill. That collects liquid that comes off all of the Wadi trash, and then it filters it in push. His it up into a system where it can then be processed and released in a safe way. Same thing with the gas that comes off, you know, you've got a lot of different types of materials, it's very heated in inside in seep into landfill. And it up a lot of methane ecotypes of gas is into have type one system inside the landfill. That helps to pull out the nothing helps to pull out some of these other gases, and they can be processed and Scruggs and then cleanly released into the atmosphere. And there are people who go ahead. That's very scientific then it is very scientific look at hell. They are. It is. I think I mentioned that I couldn't move on yet. Because each layer trash that comes in. They have to be covered with a certain amount of dirt and certain amount of. Omis twine this liquid help keep any dust or particles from blowing around their screens. Oftentimes as he screamed around the land that help contain some of the smaller items like plastic bags that we see that get loan around everywhere and other items to keep them containing landfill space. Okay. You brought up the dirty word are bright plastic bags. Do they said, I know they don't break down. Do they break down? I asked the light of asked the bad quest type of bag they on it can take several hundred years. Depending on the kind of environment that they're in. They might break down faster. Typically, it's gonna take a hunt several hundred years for one of the basic plastic bags to break down, and that's your standard grocery store. Plastic bag. You know, there was even an article that came out earlier this week that some of the folks were saying we have these faculty bag while people had found on you know, on the depths of the ocean, and they hadn't taken down. And so they, you know, these they are not breaking down the way that they say they should. And so that's one of the reasons why that the city's recycled we don't want people to recycle those bags because they do get caught up in machinery, do not people to consider other hiking moment to grocery stores or big box stores. I know some of the big bucks hardware stores on your big box multi-use retailers that have both grocery hard sides. Like your targets are you on target as? You know, we're else. It's something that you know, that you can fit into your lifestyle considerably usable bags Neely. And I really. Eyestone carrying something back with the almost everything that goes even going into a store, and it's not a grocery stew. I'm still taking those items through our. So let me ask you this. Oh, we have four landfills. He said was fiction. So big junk day. When I'm seeing everything from a couch to a desk to a plastic cubicle to you name it out there at the curb ho decides world that do they pick up all that stuff? And then sort it into decide which landfill. No. There is no. To the. To one of our daily in those cases on big data. It's probably three landfills because one of unless it's their only picking up for what looked to be construction materials. And if that's the case they may take them to that plant, though, I'm not exactly on halted distribution of that one. I I didn't get that information when I was asking around so I need to find that tonight interest. But yeah, anything you see out cash Danny thing that you that's all heads off to one of our landfills. Wow. Every bit of it and our four landfills going to be enough for the population of Oklahoma City. Well, that's a great question and one that we get quite a bit. We estimate about what we think is twenty two years left land. L is big and visible back. It builds up into the sky or maybe like a big acrylic box without the acrylic side big box. Yeah, he, hey based upon the amount of tonnage that comes in every year, plus or minus had the amount that gets that compose down that compact the weight, and then starts to actually disintegrate down about twenty thirty years. That's about one we'll generation generation and a half million. So it gets to be, you know, from a visited standpoint, you're like what that's not. That's that's a long time. That's not a big from the city standpoint king of population growth, eight thousand people you looking at the business industry. We've got a big convention in hotels. More restaurants.

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"omis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"omis" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

11:45 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"All right. A couple of things I need to pass long before we go back to all of your phone calls. I of which if you use g mail and a lot of us do as you priority. Been noise by this smart. Composed feature came out around mid last year. So here's the deal. If you're not familiar when you type the word how it will say are used started to compose and actually finish filling all the blanks kind of cookie cutter type stuff. Well, here's the deal it hit the desktop. I that it was an exclusive to the Google pixel three smartphone. But now it's coming to a lot of other Android smartphones. And it's spreading and even though you weren't given the option turn on the feature. You can turn it off just hit over to settings. Then find smart compose under the general tab, and here's a helpful suggestion for you Google. I can finish my own thoughts and warmer item. That the kids are gonna love it. If you grow up on video games, you might wanna pay attention to this. Because if you're an avid gamer, guess what you're higher. That's the new trend. Some hiring managers are actually looking at your video game experience when they're trying to decide whether or not to hire you. Yeah. It doesn't have that antisocial stigma usually associated with video games with the Wall Street Journal says employers across a lot of industries are now looking at your gaming history for potential traits. That are useful like online collaboration organization problem solving skills. Take Justin last year, he got a job at General Electric. He was really big into role playing video games even studied video game design development at school now at GE. The Wall Street Journal says using VR technology to train robots to do things like inspect oil rigs and nuclear power plants. But you just can't say that you play video games on your resume. You've got to tell the story and actually mentioned what skills that you learn playing video games and just because you're good at say building things at Minecraft doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to be a great architect. You want to stay right where we are. Are we have our digital life hacks tip just moments away and back to the phones we go with Jim in Marietta, Georgia either, Jim. Thank you for seeing me, Dr commando, you got it. What's going on? And also, I'm not the same. Jim that just mentioned go. Good good. So I run a small real estate company in the area. I've got to websites in a Facebook page Daily Post to blog Lincoln, and I'm suffering from SMD social media dilemma. So I need more clients and see the commercials for Instagram to take a look at their side effects and possible solutions and just wondering what's your recommendation, doctor for a good social media? I'll tell you. It sounds like you are so busy how much how much time a day. Are you spending on your social media? Well, I got two seconds for you know. I spent a little time, but I just repeat stories and share my thoughts. And is it successful for you? Yeah. To a point the website draws in most of it, but as far as other platforms. I'm getting other other agents that want to link in with me and other folks that I know but not a lot of clients out of it. Well, we need the clients, right? Instagram was a great place to go. They have Instagram's stories I would also encourage you to look at Instagram highlights. And so those are buttons right underneath your Instagram profile that are always there. And so unlike your Instagram posts that you know, maybe somebody will see it. Maybe they won't right. Kind of like Facebook Instagram story will stay up there. But the Instagram highlights are always there for somebody to take a look at you also want to take a look at Pinterest. If you could actually not just surly sell homes as Mitch as sell some of the details in the home. Maybe it's like a really cool man cave or crown molding or something really innovative in the kitchen that maybe you saw like maybe it has a vacuum underneath the baseboard in the kitchen met. I see a lot of that are doing right now. Email marketing is a definite. Are you doing that? I'm not doing that very much. I have a sense of privacy. So I don't do that a lot. I don't want to. You know, people will sign up for it. Okay. I actually like when I get 'cause I dabble in real estate, and I have for many many years. I actually like when I get the state of the market reports. Here's what's going on. Here's what's going down this house recently sold. This is what it's all for a square foot. This is why it sold and then if at the end if you want an evaluation and market evaluation of your house, give me a call. I've actually called on that. I'm also thinking about videos, perhaps a YouTube or something like that. Definitely. Yeah. Youtube channel. Yeah. Youtube is a definite. I mean, you know, just to put some of the open houses, and they're I always, and I get that. Sometimes if you give too much information than they feel like they don't need to call or go see the house, and then you don't have that chance to actually establish the client consultative relationship that you really need and real estate. That's right. And that trust factor because with all these different websites. Right. People can go into red fin trillion, Zillow realtor list just goes on and on and on and how much information can you really get without actually speaking with somebody. Have you seen the free beer sign? No. For open houses. You haven't seen that? It's actually popping up all over Phoenix. Is that when there's an open house on Sunday and says open house, free beer, okay? Now, if you get closer to the sign if you're just driving down the street, you just see free beer open house, but as you get closer to the sign in very small letters. It says bring your own and then it says free beer. Okay. So, but you get people are like, oh, yeah. I'll go for the free beer might as well. Do it that way I take a look at the Email marketing in your open houses co-star collecting Email addresses. And I think if you were to give out important information pertinent information valuable information, then I think that becomes really key. But you know, with the with real estate as it is when with all this information out there and people are now trying to be their own agents to right? Yeah. There's tens of thousands of licensed agents in the area. So which is much like Phoenix. By the way. It seems like everybody has their real estate license. What is what is it in Georgia to get? It's forty hours in Phoenix. Yeah. That's a proximal in the same way. And you have a foul in class after that twenty four hour class and then to maintain a license now, it's at least thirty six hours. I believe in four years. So there's an ongoing continuing education is that about two. So how is Facebook working for you? Now. Again. I don't like I don't like some of the privacy issues of Facebook. So I don't really push that very much, Mark Zuckerberg. I don't know if you heard he said that he's he's has turned a new leaf. Okay. All right. I'll believe that. Really? You don't believe him either. Oh, come on. No. He. Yes, he came out this past week and said he thinks Facebook should be more privacy focused. Andrew, do you believe Mark Zuckerberg when he said that that that that Facebook is going to be more privacy enhanced and and he's gonna start taking everybody's security. Of course. When does he ever us wrong ever? You're right. Jim you jump to conclusions? Sorry. Just you know, we need to give the guy we need to at least give the guy a second chance. So so hard on these billionaires. I don't know. I it has nothing to do with him losing fifteen billion dollars last year. He's a little less. They've already grilled him in congress. So let them alone. Okay. He said on that phone book Drake in the juice box. I still can't get that vision out of my head. That was really something. Jim. Thank you so much for your call. Let's go ahead now and do our digital life hacks tip and every week we put one of these together for you. Let's talk about I drive the computer you, and I use on a daily basis always appears to be reliable. Well, right up to the minute that it freezes. That's the moment. You instinctively take mental inventory on every single thing. That's on that, computer. And what information you're likely to lose? If it crashes and everything on it as lost. Well, there's no reason to panic. If you have a backup of all that data that's on the computer and adding the backups really paramount. That's why I use and I recommend i-drive. This is the company that allows you to have an up to date backup of everything that's on your computer. The emails the pictures, the files everything you'd be taking that mental inventory up. I drive is an online site backup company. They securely store a copy of your computer deaths data right on there, sir. Service. And that means that their software makes a copy of what's on your computer transfers the data over to their servers in a different location than where you're located. If you're able to access it twenty four seven with a password that only, you know, so when your primary computer goes on the Fritz, you can access your data from another computer and make arrangements to quickly download that data again, they're industry. Best in this past week PC magazine awarded i-drive their fifth consecutive editor's choice award. That is really a remarkable accomplishment. Start backing up your data with Dr today. Open an account at i-drive dot com. Use my name Kim and save ninety percent of your first year. That's I drive dot com. And you wanna use promo code Kim. All right. When you start buying all these gadgets, and gizmos. They may come with a manual, but odds are not so much anymore. It's kind of up to you to figure it all out. And odds are somebody does something in your Omis near like what was that? How did you do that? So this week's digital life hacks, tip wealth. It's nine of those especially if you're an iphone user, first of all you can create custom messages for calls that you can't answer a love this one. And so like, for example, you get a phone call instead of just letting it go to voicemail, you can say I'm in a meeting. I'm with the kids some putting the kids to bed. I'm doing a radio show national television show. Whatever may be number two is that you can use air pods as a hearing aid. I'm not gonna go through step by step. But if you have air pods, and you have trouble hearing, this is definitely something that you want to check out because your iphone can act like a amplified microphone that sends sound over to those air pods. Number three. Why have just a video call when you can have? A group. Video call you can have up to thirty two participants at a time. That's right. Thirty two folks, we're gonna tell you exactly how to do that number four. Is you can measure things a lot of people don't realize this Iowa's twelve and iphone app. Appropriate called measureless. She size things up with your iphone using the magic of augmented reality, by the way, pro tipped quickly. Find it swiped down from the middle of your.

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"omis" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on The Jump

"Big in the games. We've seen him do that this year. What do you say? Say to Rhonda what do you say to Japan McGee? What do you younger LeBron James because these guys are around each other voices everyday this that has to come from magic. Okay. He asked to come downstairs have this mean because we around each other. The bronze Chris criticize his teammates every day in the press. The guys get tired of hearing that Boyce has a lot of Ireland. It has to come from a new voice, you know, somebody. That's that. They'll understand like look Ron gives to gives it to us every day has to come from magic. Nothing pip and set here and says he wants to come back and coach the team that's not happening. He did talk to the team when they were in Philadelphia after the trade deadline, but maybe these guys are right? He's got to come back and and have another little meeting because he is Magic Johnson. And his voice means a lot coming up. We're gonna talk about boogie cousins the technical foul. He got for tossing aside an opponent stray shoe again guys have got technical for looking at fficials. This seems like a lot though it's time for our just replay from this day. In ninety seven though Jay kid action. Ninety seven Phoenix. Here. Me back down. Coulda got some bad up. Maybe six. A maker of league Psomas league. Omis maker MS league. Really? Oh make. Boogie toss aside, Jeremy lamb, straight six shoe. He was immediately called for technical foul. But breaking news people. The just. Who? Rescinded attacker, even the trick. Shoot comes off the referee stopped play, right? Right. Happy after the game. He was like what do you want me to do? Roll my ankle tear my again. Right. Again. This is why the NBA guys don't like those. Online at that. This is why they look at every technical foul. No matter what it is in the game. They wanna get it. Right. Eventually did not have gotten a wrong. I miss balance. Couple of disrespectful lose last night. I have Avery Bradley. So you'll remember the game twister. Look at coding code is buggy gets over plants. It's. Which is more disrespectful that one heads. That's considered down in box. Stemming. So that means you dropped that is more disrespect. Yeah. Again. He stayed on the speed though until he got knocked down. So. Can a that's a been balling. I gotta give it to. It's been doing this thing. Ringleaders D. Wade doesn't again Paul tell me what it is like to try then Wade when he makes that. Yeah. Exactly. What do you wanna get the brace? Rocky. Okay. You want to do away that it's his last moment. Remember this video you will watch for the rest of your career say that last two or three games where he wants to look like miss other bobbleheads. Every other one will pay in comparison because on Friday, the Brooklyn nets. We'll give away the Tores beat the bobble head. All right pop quiz, big your pack, all from the west coast. I know that's why I'm this. I like both of them. But I'm too. Got I'm leaving. You know, let's coast. From the control room over this one listened to go buy from east or west as true. So he's got the endless discussion. That is good because the answer is both anyway. The Brooklyn way playing music during the commercials yesterday. We played some pretty harsh comments from coach pop about the Spurs struggles of late if you miss them Popovich actually slapped himself in the face while answering reporters questions so unfortunately for Spurs fans, though, his words did not turn things around. He was criticizing the defense against the Knicks against the nets. Well, it was the offense in Tony put up a season low eighty five points they finish their annual rodeo road trip. One and seven they are clinging to that spot in the standings out west how nervous t- max Trittin Spurs fans be about them. Look..

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"omis" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on WBAI

"There? Well, we did tell we gotta ask you. Founded together. Have been sort of a long rela we've had a few times. I guess we've been reelected. Have you? I think talking to us just how the songs came about. And who wrote the songs, they all will pretty much give buddy Holly, the the major part of the credit in Jerry, Allison, maybe second-place, Nikki and Joe lesser roles as they put it. It was buddy would have the idea and dry for the sawn and. A lot of the songs were written with other people around be tripping ideas, even they really give buddy department. Omis means to you. Kiss me. Love me. Totally. Hold me. Mcdonagh. Can't overlook McConnell do. Uh-huh. Misleads? Kiss me..

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"omis" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"They were going to go drink my jump in front of a car, right and get hit. So I I don't really like, the coaches, always the scapegoat coaches. And then. Yeah. For that. And if the player doesn't play wells, always coaches fall. So I never ever thought that was dope. And then on top of it. I was in college. I couldn't I would break the rules. I couldn't be recruiting kid or like a kid playing for me. And I'm making six million dollars from school as he is parents down times and I'm getting a half shit. And I'm getting suspended because I'm doing what I should be doing. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. So I I know for sure I wouldn't be around long. If I were to coach in college and a sense because now I don't care what they say to tell me not to help a kid or somebody struggling I'm trying to tell that you the play on national TV Keaton. My job your mom's taking bus in a hood. And I'm just like all right, bro. You know, you keep focus. Maybe you reach your dreams by making seven million off what you're doing. Well, that's a conversation. That's yeah. In had everywhere at this point. I don't know if changes are coming. But I think it's valid point. I mean, you're asking these kids to do so much. And then like you said like the coach is making over a mill, and they are struggling to like you said get their mom to their games. Even like that. It's it's a conversation that doesn't need to be had. Or something that something like that? Well, this has been awesome anything else got it. So I had a feeling there's something else coming from you, really. Did it? I don't know. I just got gotta say that. I am a fan of yours from the Buckeye days. Hi state fan. Why what happened? No, all my mom's sides from Ohio ardor. Yeah. Yeah. You've probably been trying to forever. Amer- america. For holiday from this. That's hilarious. Yeah. So you go to Columbus, Ohio. Yeah. Oh, that's Larry. Is you can go see his new industrial apartment store to and this. We gotta do the pot it from your store. Let me let an aunt live here. And they were like we're gonna wear Buckeye gear to the game. They have a big on. Yeah. The buckeyes have like a buck. Yeah. Yeah. Everywhere and have my cane Athena's a couple of times and stay after all there. That's cool. Watch all high football games here. That's funny shows probably never told me surprise people. Use it always bring up the shot from Michigan on us shit. My uncle said he was like I like Nick's tasks. I was like do you know where he went to? Let Nick off the hook because when buckeyes beat house seat. We bet I mean beat Michigan. My eighty seven points football. We made a bet and I was like you gotta wear to jersey. You got posted to your I g everything, but I let them off the hook. Jersey was thirty. I was about hunt. Down the street. Omis my on this mom, my mom and everybody shit was last week. You know what I'm saying? I kind of you know. Waves. You guys know is there a high state like fight song? Well, armed Ohio in verse. Michigan. We don't give a damn about the host Michigan. We're from Ohio. I'll know if you've ever seen like like like the buckeyes calm when like a conference tournament championship when you win and they play common, Ohio. And it's amazing..

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"omis" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Be good for that too. It was navy end. I think he still being a bit moody and down and he's just stood at the window staring out. And then to save image. She disliked doesn't relate saving thing to voice said she just goes something like the rain makes you moving in the walks. How? Like, I mean, if that's not right wing. Very insightful. Funny. The secret hit row of the in my Ashley Shaw just can't just things in the right often. So he's he's he's on the right way every getting tries baby enough because discuss ideas in his head, and she just his calms. This little took shape around news, which is pretty good. I like that. It's a good relationship yet. Definitely how about general tell Heim is interested in 'cause he's one of the German generals. We talked to really close to general posse. Helps a lot in terms like when they're trying to get our own this all about needs get his treasures to be taken out Austria that you have says entrusted. You'd also gets out in his eye is e wink, wink, he acts on take Hoss's out in two seconds mrk treasure. But actually again, the house out which I thought was quite slithering because that was very good idea cutting yet, he's just vaguely helpful nice guy. So house elegant women what you will. I said I said slithering because I think he was it was just the way in which she said it as well. And then after they activate suggested this idea about getting Hoss's out under the quote treasures bay. He did you realize could be double cross near to catch them. Nice kennel dice gear is just like. I'm gonna take the risk then they sell like show cons than it was all like good. But it was just like the fact that he said that was oh is he crossing in? But then he wasn't. And it was all fine. I'm trusting you with my pizza. Yeah. Yeah. Valve is noble. Ancient breed causes. Trashed cigarette. All right. So how about auto is name actually writer auto or is he just a horse rider named Otto also the name go. Oh, that's awesome. Is like. Oh, put us gaze on Mon sauce Shah of the riders say. Yeah. Save. He's using song. Right. He has a great singing voice. There's a still the main big. I remember about him. I'm pretty shell the song on a side note was written by the Shimin brothers on it. I saw them in the credit, smells like Shelvin for this. I can't believe it didn't come up in any phone fix the disappointing to me usually the Sherman brothers do. Yeah. By now. It's like they showed up enough can't mention them anymore. Like, it wasn't a musical. It was just like a run them seeing whether with China metal. Bana still having a alot. So just saying song drink all the would be sent back to to the from Shaw by the Jones because it losing the wall. So we sent in as many people as accountable, so he would just about to leave before eight from the workum for Disney throw song in or some kind of animation. Like in is so dear to my heart was like a random animation in the middle of it yet. So. You know, we're not surprised. We're used to this. All right. So last, but not least we have major Hoffman Amelie much when he was this is the helpful American. Oh, yes. He like he gets that is fairly young into his is quite bright item like tacky, these this acquire the was essentially over this point, isn't it. And then they the Americans ten of the place where they've mice to escape to with the hall sits, and and the the Americans in general, I think it portrayed is quite stupid. They rarely. And saw like also the private, I suppose. Yeah. Hey, guys had lately I'm just gonna like that pro-trade. The what the movie says it's our Indian. Omis up when the next morning when they arrived this up like laying around everywhere because they've not really anything to do. But then I can't remember how major into it does he becomes interested in the houses because he knows something about houses. Seen in befo head about befall because a Canova dusky was at the Olympics. So offers you may be on picks in Jim just before the wall south announced less than fifty follow the ball. So it would have been at an idea fall. The was the day..

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"omis" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"omis" Discussed on Animal Radio

"They make me say that actually I get ten cents every time. I say that. Have a dollar no going to line to. Well. Hi, may Harry doing. Are you very good? What's going on in your world? Well, I've just got a big Pat that seems to kind of have dandruff. Not all the time. But from time to time it seems to be clicked a little bit by the top of her tail. You know, where it comes from her body in that area? She's a Siamese cat, and she weighs almost eighteen pounds. A couple of years, but she's not fat. She's just a big cat. Eater. Well, exercise and everything, but she's just a big test. I took her in. And when I first got a new said, well, she's not affect cat. She just a big cat. This is the way some of them are sometimes, you know. A little I gotta they put some something on our even remember what it was. And that it did work. It was very greasy. And it just so often it didn't really work. I was wondering if there's something I can use an hair coat that might help it. Perhaps. Now, there's a couple of things I want to ask you does. She seem itchy scratchy. She have hair loss in any of the areas on her body. She doesn't Scott says she doesn't have any hair loss. And I've kind of pulled up her for and check to she doesn't have any dry spots of Adryan to their rear thing. It's kinda like a flaky when I brush her. And I take the air off the brush, you can say little spot of hair. She's a mentor cat, and I'm wondering if maybe it's just a dry skin that she's got. We'll the first thing is when you tell me that you have a Siamese that's eighteen pounds. My VS radar is going on. She's in good weight. 'cause there are not many Siamese, which are fine mooned lean cats generally with the breed type is so I would she's partial I think maybe have. Omis? Well, we do see especially in the hindquarter area. Right. Over the rump. We do see a problem where overweight cats will commonly get dry skin in that area. And they'll have a lot of flaky nece in part of it is because they're a little bit to round kind of like a weeble the can't turn around and groom out spont-, very well. So that can definitely play one factor in things. But when we look at what are all the causes of what makes a cat have flaky skin when we look at things like parasites. So you know, perhaps your new to treat with topical parasite product. That'd be one of the simplest things that I would always start with this to make sure we're doing really good flea control. Because there's also other types of parasites. You can't see like might that can cause flaky nece as well as itching and so forth. So making sure that you. She's an indoor cattle time understand. Yeah. I feel the free saying a redo that he's not an aggressive, canton any way, but she doesn't meow which is really unusual and. What I I've taken to a vet. She was absolutely. But cirque. Some of the things that I would tell you that, you know, we're we think about when we have a cat that has this dry skin. Even though she doesn't go outside as veterinary, and it's very simple and easy to treat for things. Like might those parasites. You can't see and that is an important thing to make sure you get that kind of knocked off the list of concerns. So if that's what you're did treat for super if not then I would make sure you you do that. And then as far as grooming is really a big thing. So you know, we can't replace what it can't does to groom themselves. But if this is possible that she can't reach that area. Then we wanna do a good regular grooming on her. So getting down to the level of the skin getting the undercoat out and using a brush or comb to really stimulate the natural oils in those areas because that's part of the benefit of grooming. Get rid of the air. She she tolerates whatever. I fact, I even cut her nails believe it or not. She was very calmly or what I do that that when you take her into the van. I mean, they need to see your coming in the height because she's..

dry skin Harry Adryan Scott hindquarter eighteen pounds