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"orel" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"I know that one of the things that you're pretty passionate about is talking about accessibility in the sexual world in general and also in the kink space. I'd love for you to just talk for a couple of minutes about what that means to you and kind of what that looks like. Yeah that's a good question. One of the things that looks like for me is i tend to avoid clubs dungeons places more likely to go to a hotel party and the reason for that is not because of what's available but because what's not available and by that. I mean accessibility. So in my area if you go to a public space Most of them are are very inaccessible. I tried going to one in this town near me as volunteer and showed me around the space and told me what i was going to do. And then i said great. So what are your emergency plans like. What's your evacuation strategy wet. You know and they just looked at me and like well. Where's your fire extinguisher. Over by the fire player. Nowhere else in the building. it's a big building. Do people know where the exits are. Are they unlocked. Like and i just got looks like i had grown three heads all of a sudden and for me that is dangerous situation and inaccessible situation for a lot of people with various disabilities not just mobility. Disability is but if you think about Cognition if you think about anxiety There are lots of different scenarios so One of the things. I do is teach how to make kink more accessible for people with disabilities and working on an accessibility guide that includes How to make place basis more accessible as well. I love it and now it's time for the low down the things we're dying to know but with usually be too polite to ask any good girl prior to your hysterectomy. Did you have sex during your period. Yes i did. What's the approximate number of sex partners. You've had a couldn't tell you before my separation with my now ex husband. But i can tell you that since the separation it's thirty two. Okay all right. Have you ever had sex with someone with different racial identity than your own yes. What's your favorite sex toy. Oh dear probably just a magic wand. What's your favorite sex position that is contingent on how my body is feeling So if my joints are staying in place then i really like to to reverse person Me on top in reverse If my joints are not staying in place then. I like doggy style. And then when i'm receiving oral I prefer to be flat on my back when. I'm giving orel It depends on how much pain amend You just said reverse personnels like oh right. Reverse cow person like is the head right Do you prefer to initiate or for a partner to initiate in the better. Probably fifty fifty. Yeah are you. Generally more active or more passive during sex pillow person writes Do you prefer stimulation or penetration. I don't have a preference. has penetration. Become less painful for you over time. yes Thanks to pelvic floor therapy and lots of different surgeries that i've had and Got a shout to ducky doolittle for helping me get a pair of blush. Novelties layers those have been really helpful. Oh great okay You enjoy having your breasts played with. Don't and okay. So as a non binary person do you call them breasts. I do okay and or chest. Okay and do you not enjoy it because there's limited sensation or like is there any body issue going on there for you it's mostly limited sensation. it's also i lot of people like to suck on nipples and there's something about that that just for me. I'm not judging anyone else you do it if you want to do it squeaks me out. I i don't like it so yeah Do you think it's generally easy or challenging for you to orgasm very challenging. Do you have a sense of satisfaction at the end of a session. If you haven't had an orgasm usually yes. Have you ever faked an orgasm nine years that you used to. Oh yeah yeah. Can you orgasm from intercourse or strap on sex without any additional quit stimulation four times in my life. Wow i love how precise yard do you prefer the orgasm from masturbating or from sex with another person usually from masturbating. What kind of touched you enjoy most firm and is that true regardless of the state of your body and pain levels If you touch me lightly. When i'm in pain hurts more. What are your hard red lines. Young age play by young. I mean younger than adolescent bodily fluids of all kinds every single kind. I don't like any bodily so you and me both a. It's a hard redlining..

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"orel" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Here's bob and sheri is fifteen seconds. We'll be on the air. Each the bob and sheri show with bob. What can i do. i'm on my mind. I just got a little better now. Broadcasting from the palatial bob and sheri studios is following sherry. Welcome welcome welcome. All of the computer seem to be working. So that's a good start. That's a very good start. I speaking of computers. I was online yesterday and saw this saw one me. It was an old man with a straw hat. And it's he's smiling. He's looking into a car and he's smiling and he saying remember when cinnamon was more popular than pumpkin. Spice that pitch remembers that cracks me up and they don't even use that anymore. There's probably people listening right now. That don't remember the catch phrase for pepperidge. Farm should bring that. They should bring that back because that was such a great life campaign was nostalgic without being cheesy. Do you know it wasn't it wasn't all like oh the good old days it was this flinty new england farmer go and pepperidge five remembers and Exactly slapping your face to just sit down and eat it english muffin and stop complaining about everything. Exactly you know every once in a while. Madison avenue will roll out a guy who's an old guy who seems wise now. It's it's generally you know a fictional pitch man but every once in a while there's obviously colonel sanders was around forever and ever and Do you remember. I think he's i know he's passed on orval. Redden docker docker. Yeah what did you say. He didn't he didn't say anything. I don't think no i played a stray sound. And i apologize for interrupting mistake. Uses the computers. were working. Well maybe a little too. Well epic vom remember this. Yeah orel reddened bacher. He was he was a real guy and very many looked like a looked like a mid western science teacher. You know he he was. This guy was probably fifty and he looked eighty and popcorn just went through the roof because his his name was so strange. Here's a pepperidge. Farm remembers men making toshikazu this. Maybe you mega grandma. Toasted homemade raising brand loaded bricks club raisins swirled which cinnamon. That's sweet aroma. Throughout the kitchen. Fridge foul remembers yeah. That's not my grandmother. My grandmother the only thing with my grandmother and i wasn't at era so up in wasting through. The kitchen was disdain. That was it. That's all you picked up the other commercial. That had an old guy that had a lot of credibility was frank. Perdue takes a tough man to make a tender chicken. And i think that the new commercials with frank produce sons where like. They're in the grocery store putting the all natural chicken nuggets in the fridge. Or whatever i think that's a really good ad campaign seeing frank produced three grown sons out there on the chicken farm kind of agree with you. There's another family that that does it. They have a bean company and Trying to remember what the voice is. Bassett baked beans. Yeah and the guy comes on a seems like a great guy and he's got a couple of other family members with them going. Hey there i'm harry. I shouldn't say that Hey there i'm frank. Bush third generation being people here. And i'm going. Oh there there's the There's the people who've inherited the bean company. Wow their family's been and beans for three or four generations so that's my initial Response but then my darker side takes over go and must be nice to be a bean king you. That's how you look at it. Like oh born into the beam. Money are you. But there's another way to look at that. What if all you ever wanted to be was a prop comic or vegas magician. But you're born into the bush being dynasty money and it is expected that you will take your rightful place in the bush being cooking factory as one of the members of the bush bean dynasty. When all you really want to do is pull quarters out of people's ears on the vegas strip. There are two ways to look at everything. It might not be awesome to be born into that. You know you're right about that. Because on a smaller level. I was dating a woman for a couple of years. She's a great great woman and She was divorced and the marriage went down really really fast. Then i said well. After a while i said what happened and she said he was just very unhappy. He was unhappy with his life. And i said why he's good looking guy and she said family was Into a certain business and he was expected to take over and he would become you know. Very wealthy It over put. He always wanted to go to new york city to work on wall street. His friends that you know this is a well to do family. And he never did it. And i think he always resented it and it carried over to our marriage. See this is why. It's best to start off as a scrappy mutt with nothing because then you can either follow your dreams succeed or fail but you never have to blame anybody else for trapping. You and fast paced of baked bean game. Okay okay right. That's right coming up on today's show. We have comedian. Joe deuce and is it possible to have too much time like. Maybe it's a good thing you're never have a minute to yourself because too much can be way too much. We got a whole bunch of good stuff for you today. Bobby the bob. And sheri website the odd cass contest info bob and sheri dot com. I've been following a story out of austria. That is so terrible. But it's the sort of thing that happens way more than it should. It's the story of an elderly woman who passed away and her grown son who dragged her down to the basement and mummified her so that he could keep cashing her pension checks her hurt equivalent of her social security checks now. I know you're going to say that doesn't happen all the time but yes it does and my true crime busting max will back me up here happens all the freaking time and so i just i don't have any i. I am a mom. And i'm trying to picture how far we go off the rails that you would do this that you would. You would take.

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"orel" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Water. We as a society going to do about austin adams. The man is a menace. I feel bad saying the man is a menace. Because i'm sure he is not being minutes on purpose and yet he is arguable. At this point we talked about awesome adams. The patriots reliever who is making a run at hit by pitch record recently. I think he had eighteen at the time or actually he had eighteen. And then you informed me as we were speaking that he had just racked up to more and so you had twenty well now. He has twenty three. Hide the all time record. He hit three dodgers in an inning in his most recent appearances so he has now hit twenty three batters in a mere forty eight n two-thirds innings pitched us just broken the scale entirely. Anyone who has ever been in this neighborhood of hit by pitches pitched like twice three times as many as uh than atoms. So we've never really seen anything like this. This level of effective wildness not just with walks but with hit by pitches just off the charts like is the point where you got a bed chipper suspended or something because it's like throw some pitches in the strikes out by men or at least don't hit people right. I don't imagine that there's any intent right. i don't wanna scribe. I'm sure he doesn't wanna hit batters. He doesn't help himself for his team when he does that. You know sure. He's not some vigilante out to injured her breasts of league. But i do. I do wonder. And i don't wanna be like you know overly hand wringing or moralizing when i say this but like it does seem that there is a fundamental breakdown ability to throw strikes or at least put the ball where he wants and have that place not be on someone and and so. I do wonder if it wouldn't you know it wouldn't benefit him just to like how a couple of days off. I know that the parties are in sort of a bad spot in a number of ways. Not the least of which is they really need to win. Baseball games right now. So i don't think that you could even really argue that. Benching him working against their interests necessarily but it is just. It's just shocking. Rate of hit by a pitch and at some point given the proclivity. You have to say like i gotta sit you down for a little while so that we can figure out what's going on here. There's no precedent really for this town. Hit by pitch rate over the sort of sample in so the padres are in sort of a a tough spot to be one thing if you were doing this and he had a sixty ira or something. But he has a three point five. He has been pretty effective and whether that is because it must be an uncomfortable. Bad would you want to stand in or dig in a guy right now but beyond that i mean. Can you bench someone who has played well for your team in pennant race. He's not like eat late inning reliever and yet it has kind of without being too concerned. Trolley like become sort of a safety. I mean and yeah. It's not intentional in the sense that like he's trying to get vengeance or something i don't think but i guess there's like inevitably some degree of intentionally in that like presumably if you just told him. Hey you have to throw this pitch in the strike zone. You can throw it at any speed do that like i assume if you could just lob it in there right so there must be some tradeoff between command and speeds. Where like there's a happy medium. where maybe if he took a little off he would have the pitch a little bit more under control so like. I guess he could do that although again. It's hard to ask someone who's competing at this level to like intentionally not perform as well. It's a very strange situation at incredibly strange. Is i guess. One mitigating factor is that he mostly throws sliders. Mostly hit people with sliders. So at least they're a little slower than fastballs would be and just looking at where he has hit people on their bodies like right. There are a lot that probably were not incredibly dangerous. Like there's some low ones and some ones in sort of the the core area may be on your butt or whatever so there aren't that many that are way up high in the head although like even in that inning where he hit three dodgers one dodger he didn't hit was trae turner but he made him duck. I mean pitch ed. Yeah that pitch was like where trae turner's head was. Before turner moved for joe he did move. But there's potential for something bad happened here so i don't really know what you do in this situation. Yeah i don't know like on the one hand. I think you're absolutely right like it has not been we have. We've inouye realized sort of the worst case. Scenario that you could envision with a set of circumstances like i and to your point like he is not otherwise bad at his job and the padres sort of need every not bad at their job. Bit of home got right now because they are in a tough spot for a playoff perspective. But it is. I don't know i had the thought. I just think we should take every opportunity. We can to revel in realizing that we would be just so much worse as as big leaguers. Big lakers are like even as just like guys in affiliated ball would be so much worse than them. And yesterday there was a moment in the the mariners. Red sox game where I don't remember which of the the red sox it was But he had to kind of go into the to the netting to try to make a play a ball anabolic infield territory which he did not succeed in doing it. I thought to myself. I would her myself doing that. Like going into the netting. I'd get caught in it somehow and like rip off a fingernail or break a finger or do something and so you know. I'm glad that no one's getting hit in the head but lake spare some thought for the butts out there man spare spare thought for those baseball bats. They still get. They can feel pain to get got so yet. The only other comp really is like forty-one-year-old orel hershiser in just the last innings of his career in two thousand he hit a ton of batters in even smaller sample so the rate was kind of comparable and for him. That was a sign that like. Okay time to hang them up. Maybe now in frost and that inside that it's that but it's like we need some remedial strike zone and trading or something here so anyway. I hope that the case continues not to be realized. Usually i would root for this strange kind of weird quirky history to happen but in this case it's pretty hard to root for someone else to get hit so now the the ghost of howard empty right now who when he three batters for the nineteen twenty two tigers while throwing two hundred seventy nine and two-thirds innings so yahya adams now has tied.

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"orel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Wild chris morale is good mood. He said nice things about me. I don't know whether they do with the real. Christopher morales just means the tomorrow. he's kimmy stupor need tomorrow. He's going to bring it. He's gonna come at me. I'm having you know what. I always feel uplifted. What i hear that song plays that song and then and then i get to hear my say itself. Say what if. I told you. And i'm reminded i'm reminded of that time just a couple years ago and at hit podcast. You remember that big hit now. Are you going to do another one of those. What if i told me so. You know what it's going to be about. I have to eight years. And both of which are in development right now. Can you share. I can't yet you can't. I can tell you off air. Okay until it's like green greenland told me off air stuff happening. There may be some more stuff happening with the donald sterling thing. We'll see really told you. There's more donald sterling. Oh not not in podcast form. What is lifelike these days. Same as it ever was even know he does never team anymore. He's he's always in his own universe I think he knows. And i didn't see shelly at any the playoff games as well. You know how she has the seats. And i didn't but i know they watch all the games i'm still you know. I still talk to shelley a little bit here and there and she. She's definitely up on it where they don't show your jackson. She sends lots of a moat. She has like she has great emojis. Really she's an emoji person and she's also a what's that called me emoji person. What's a memo. It's like you know you know there's a memo g it's like a you personalized personalized your emotions. Like somebody given the thumbs up. It's made to look like you. I got some of those two emojis. She's got us. I'll send screen shot. You'll see okay cool. So i've got this question and i may have asked at once before the dodgers and i bury the lead weren't first place dodgers and first place. Just make sure everybody knows over his place last night with a win over the braves combined with a giant loss to the milwaukee brewers. Aj pollack with the really big hit bottom of the eighth and just a great. The last two games have been just really good baseball games. You know what. I mean momo. Yeah we're not doing giants five to one what happened grand slam someplace somebody they just. It's five to one bottom. Eight giants four runs in the bottom of the eighth. They were due to win some point. Yeah austin slater hit home run so it looks like the giants and win today and we will be in that flatfooted tie with them as we go into that series. Tomorrow in san francisco. David price versus anthony desk. Fani saturday will be julia versus bullpen. Game and sunday toby walker bueller versus bullpen game. So that's your weekend in san francisco. And i think the giants the giants if we sweep them. I think that takes all the wind out of their sails. Their starting pitching is falling apart. Their ages caught up to him. I think this is our division now. It was harder this time. But this is gonna be number eight in a row when we seal this deal it. The dodgers take two or three. That's what it lined up as because they have to good starters going against to bullpen games. Yeah what so. You're saying if we lose tomorrow with david price and pink or or or one of the two. I mean what if what if it's a two out of three then we've got a one game. Lead right yeah. I don't think it's over now if it's two out of three i i don't think it's over if we sweep them. I think it's over a three game lead. There's a huge swing between a three game. Lead in a one game lead right. Yeah so it requires the sweep and tomorrow is the tough night because it is david price who has struggled in probably only get four innings out of and you leave it to the bullpen bullpens. Pretty rested bullpen. Blake trial be ready to go kenley. Jansen be ready to go. they didn't burn the bullpen last night so in bullpen game tomorrow and i always consider when david price throws a bullpen game. I think we're in pretty good shape. Our relievers are fresh. I saw last night with Joe davison orel hershiser on spectrum sports net that the dodgers in the month of august had a two point two five team. Era in the month of august. That is crazy. That's really good. That's crazy number all right so this is what i wonder about. Maybe these answers are out there. And i'm missing him somewhere. And the dodgers have a series of hand gestures that they do after hits and they are one padding the top of the head to making the safe side and three making pau hands and wiggling their fingers. What are those things being. What do they mean any of these. Yeah i believe a caller told us last time that the pat on the on the helmet means top. This okay top this top okay good. That's all i know. What about the safe side. I dunno us owed about hands in the wiggling fingers. I don't know that one all right if you know the answer to that eight. Seven seven seven ten. Espn or even if you just want to speculate about it. Eight seven seven seven ten espn. I'd like to know what i'm looking at. After we see a dodger reached first base. Hit a double hit a triple whatever. It is so hand on the head is top this. I like that. That's good all right on top of that. I wanted to bring this up so moma your little daniel. Yeah your your baby. Does not play is not a video game age right. No although we do let him watch videos on our phone usually like coca mellon. But i'm talking about you like he's onery right. He'll be three next month three next month. So he's not. He's not playing call of duty. Oh no or fortnight. Now so we've got kids in. America are playing tons and tons of games. I actually went on a run. I'm a very sort of I go on runs on things renault. Where all the sudden. I'm doing it every day. I'm on golf. Run right now. i on different food runs raft. Eat the same food every day but went through a period where i play video games every day. You really yeah. Yeah and it was. It was like three years ago. Were you in. What's that condition where you in. I was feeling good. I understand this now. Okay and i was killing it on call of duty now. The chinese are banning minors from playing online video games for more than three hours per week. They will also be prohibited from playing on school days in an effort to fight addiction. And i guess it's an addiction. I don i fight. Addiction gamers under the age of eighteen will be allowed to play only during the hours of eight. pm to nine pm on..

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"orel" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"John stockton who was the best point guard in the league and probably be in history Yeah i mean he's he's in the top five which lead over him magic johnson. Maybe jason kidd. I'm there other players who rival him guard for Whose e but he has the record for most assists which is the key stat for a point. Yeah and at the time. He was amazing and he was. Also alan iverson he also. He was a caucasian descent and was little used a little nerdy looking. I think you as someone who vaguely resembled him with very dark hair and very light skin. You kind of happy hair. Dark fluff lapierre's identified with him. And you and you liked him in part because you was easier for you to picture yourself in his position so you ended up liking the team. Yes sir Is that accurate very accurate. There's also another element. Which is why i thought the colors were cool. Purple and yellow. I thought cool. Yeah they did for. Yeah and carl malone grade the mailman. Oh man i i loved him all the man. That was his nickname. It yeah no not not. The mailman liked to orion. Just for clarity. Say hornicek jeff hornacek. Who turned out to be a great coach. Let's get back to literally charming daughter. Curious has Why you touch as there. You go did that. Four-minute explanation feis Back to rebecca. I'm born and raised utah. If that's how they say it. Yeah utahns utah. N- uta h an ha. Yes i was raised mormon. Hell no. I'm not anymore and no. My dad did not have multiple wives. Now that that's out of the way i'm not a sports ball person. Not even the chaz. So i was wondering what inspired justin to to that. Well there you go yeah. We covered that sufficiently. I'm a surgical assistant for an oral surgeon. Orel and after being on my feet ten to eleven hours a day. I think david bowie my higher power that i have y'all to listen to on my way home. You make my day with every episode off. Thanks rebecca nice. Thanks for bringing so many smiles laughs into the world. now for the finale. I didn't mean to swallow that. That's a really nice thing. Thank you now for the finale. Would you rather have yes would you rather have. Ibs or a rash that covered your entire body. Great great question. Well sometimes i think i have. Ibs rat. i've had both. I have it it. It really depends on the severity I would say if the rash also came with an h I think that's implied iran. I think rose come with which is okay. Well i would. No i would rather have. Ibs i think. Because i'm i think i'm vain enough that having a rational over my head it's true it would be difficult time through life. You don't have to be that level vein that you would not want arash reverse but you'd rather have. Ibs ibs is difficult. Goes some people with it and i. i wouldn't wanna have it. But who you know that shutouts but i think there are things like worst case scenario. Not near a bathroom in. You know you're not going to be you just make certain well precaution that takes precautions. That's the thing because ibs in a way can be relieved easier than a rash. I would imagine in this case. The rash does your. That's what i'm saying hypothetic. That's what i meant that. It can't be relieved. i would take. Aps yes me too. I guess it depends on where you are in public severe. It is too late because if you're giving a speech on like at least have a diaper that would suck afterward Just thinking about it would suck at woodstock..

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"orel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Max. Scherzer is making his dodgers debut. And it is. The evil hated filthy lying cheating. Houston astros got booed last night. Unfortunately we lost that game three but they got booed last night and we will be booing again tonight. I wanna hear from somebody who was at the game last night to describe the environment at dodger. Stadium joe davison orel. Hershiser did their best they could describing it but i they weren't in it like were you in. Were you in the crowd. And what was it like in there and then five guys that were actually on the twenty seventeen astros and i'll try to do this again wholesale to carlos correa. Alex bregman yuri. Gory al and lance mccullers juniors who through last night. Ju boo boo. Somebody else on that. You're dan alvarez alvarez there you go do you boo jordan alvarez or do you only boo the five guys who cheated eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven. Seven seven ten espn. We'll get some calls coming up plus molo. Did a teacher ever steer you wrong. I think so. I know an example. And i will tell you coming up next. Yeah i'm going to be in it tonight. In the right pavilion and a crowd of fifty three thousand fifty three thousand angry fans who believe that we were cheated out of the two thousand seventeen world series and will never let it go ever. I will never let that go momo. That is a mark that is permanent. Yeah i mean. I don't care how many world series the dodgers win. They still sit a one in two thousand seventeen. So i'm curious mama will you. I think i will okay. Because you're a reporter. I know right. Yeah and you're a journalist. I had a. I gotta i gotta take. I gotta take that side of it like tonight. I am also a baseball person. And i grew up in the game and i don't like what they did. Don't like it. What they did is so devastating. And you know that. Every one of those games i've been at all the world's went to all those games were you at all the houston's no doubt that he went down the la once you know. I want to houston for that series. And by the way stupid little ballpark stupid. That goes across tracks up in the rafters. I'm like so stupid. Chu chu after. We hit a home run train. It's like a amusement park kind of kind of thing and boy hitter's park to leaves their fast. But i'm going to boo boo loudly. I'm gonna boo proudly. I'm absolutely going to be with the majority and really let them have it and you know there. There are five guys that were still there. I mentioned this the five guys that are still there from twenty seventeen do i do. I don't know do i boo- yordan alvarez as much as i boo- jose altuve. No i don't think. I a los now for your alvarez. Yeah so. I think it's a i think it's those guys and to me. It's all to vancouver area. Those are the two guys that were. Don't forget grill. Yeah go gloria slur. Darvish with the i know. Yeah that guy. Yeah definitely grill. Those guys those three guys know brand can do hard on bregman. Feel like he's been bad within like he has. He said korean to me has been the one who's never atone for it. Never apologize if any these been defensive and fired back trying to justify it and has never. I don't know. I don't feel like he's sorry at all. I don't think any of them are. I don't think any of them have shown any regret any remorse. Nobody's actually copped. To what was nobody was on ish except for geoffrey loon. Who sort of was the general manager president of baseball operations all that. Aj hinch got punished for a year. Now he's back. Managing alex cora punished for ear now. He's back managing you know baseball. This is one of rob manfred. Black is that he will never outrun. Yeah we'll never outrun the fact that he did not punish those houston astros players from that 2017. Roster i agree and i think people in the game i think that was like beginning of the end of his credibility ever since that. I don't feel like everything he does. We we view it through those lenses. I think he is the worst commissioner in sports right now the way. He handled the gumming up of the baseball. This shoes terrible handling it in the middle of the year and the day did i think that there have been a lot of mistakes by rob manfred. And i don't think he gets how to market how to sell the game in a meaningful way. Tony oxnard is on the line. Hey tony you're on. Espn what's up. Man how you doing great great were you there last night. Yeah listen. I had to bury my dad yesterday. Canonized oh thank you my my son and i we got there right around the third inning after we finished up with the ceremonies and everything. Wow and it was absolutely crazy like we get to our seat. We set lows by the left field. Foul pole and eyesight son. I gotta go get a beer. So i get up. I get a beer. They tell me no service. no mass. No service i'm thinking okay. Great so go back to my seat. And i sit down and somebody loves one of those margaritas and the little plastic container from the reserve level and made it all the way to the feel the doing trash cans on the field margaritas. Baseball's they were..

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"orel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"They just and when people when they called on up to play power forward to get rebounds he did that. I liked mellow. I just don't like the team back. Then so i guess i'm rooting for him. I want his legacy to turn around But i hate the lakers so much. It's a mixed bag. I despise them. It's going be tough site. When you see me up on the i t with purple and gold carmelo hat on. I think it's gonna be without that cat. I t there's gonna be trouble. Might throw some of those clubs you throw at me instead of down the fairway there. You go Yeah accidentally could happen. Richard shift joins the show. We appreciate you taking some time and hope we get it up soon. My friend me too. Nice to nice to talk to you and msu. Thank you love to. Sheila shouts of richard schiff joining the show. Then that kirk gibson story. I appreciate him share with us. That is a tough. La leave evolves the mindset of. Well we made it across the country betting on the mets. That's itself some movie. That'd be a movie about shift coming l. a. and then you look up his imdb credits. He's been everything of that guy looking at nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight first off. He was dead on about david cone. David cohen twenty and three. That year did not win. The nl cy young orel hershiser won an l. Cy young that year with all twenty four first place votes. That is kind of crazy. He was twenty three and eight. But nl mvp. How did darrell strawberry. Not when mvp that. You're kirk gibson. One with only twenty five home runs and seventy six. Rbi's did have thirty one steals but darrell strawberry tj. You know this probably lived and died with every straw at bat that year. Thirty nine hundred one ribs. Twenty nine steals unbelievable. You tell me how didn't win. Believable year for darrell. Strawberry that season. You know it's crazy to is that nobody remembers can hitting a grand slam. And gameboy forgot game. One of the world's series after going forty forty. Al mvp a four-run bomb. And the next thing you know twenty five years later sound fanny packs on twitter where i remember most about that game when i was watching that world series game with my grandpa who was a huge dodger fan like most black men of his age all started off as brooklyn dodgers fans and he just a huge dodgers fan. So were watching it and i fell asleep and i can just remember. I woke up as eckersley was in his stretch. So i probably fell asleep in the fifth inning until the to the bottom of the night and i just clearly recall waking up and my grandpa is like being so happy but like his echoes just coming through yin and yang of the universe. Tj's grandfather having this spiritual moment. Lifelong dodger fan. The dodgers win. And there's richard chef in the fourth round loosen. All is my line. Oh my god. What have i done coming up. Next and other rich rich eisen joining the rich eisen show. Ben lyons infrared.

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"orel" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"What is it what is how did he end up in this position where he's in an indentured servant like what am i both fighting that million dollar championship belt they they. I had a ladder match. La night one night then attacked head bbc. Because he's the originator of the money. The million dollar man title and so cameron. Grimes challenged him to match to defend head. Db asi l. a. Night said. I'll i'll take your match but if you lose to me you have to be by butler. So of course cameron. Grimes lost that match because such a sport he lost. He knows he cheated. I'll be your butler. It's exactly and that's what's pissing off. Because he wants him to suffer he wants you. Want cam and be miserable. But kevin grimes is just not miserable and so he tried to take it out on in a ring in a matching the ring and then he ended up getting distracted by him and grimes and loss to drink maverick Which is like because drake maverick is very kind of low on the totem pole to like. He's a jobber esque. La this this piss off even more because he just lost it from my. He should've lost to so Great segment rate segment. Janko can i be your bella jacob this that we working well. I don't know i was like. Oh you're the manager last. But i'm the all right. Do you want me to be your bella because you know you have. I have heavier bags and retain sharing your bags. I don't saw the light. did i loved. I got the segway. I was kinda confused about how that lead to this. I'm still here for you. Still here for and maverick. He kinda got a captain. Save a whole wanna be copying sabiha and in a way. I was here for that as well in the way that i was happy that he won. And the way that la nights so many like cheap shots. But i'm here for the charges. Well i'm my still loved. How eason cameron was advising maverick on kind of like. Oh look don't. Don't keep looking this way turnaround. So i love that kind of turnaround effect. That it happened and then at the end when they still was fighting and then camera. Housing rentals like no is over. Do i love that with the moment. La nights it don't hit. I was shocked. I was like oh. I was like ways he he. He's not going to. Because i thought he was going to turn around and like smack on. La nightclub he deserves it. You know you kind of facade of the happiness went away in that very moment but after you hit him i was like okay is back. He still he wants to be his servant. But i still here for it. How does he know how long how does he get out of. This is very much like a po. Michael appeal worcester guy. Who was the director who does like the you movies. And the joining very jordan. Peo- type of like i thought he for sure snapped alabama where he took the cheap shot and maverick but then he did and he listened to him in the heat you know smacked up and so like but some breakfast. It's a rough life. We don't know what's the what's the stipulation the contract for indentured servitude. I guess we'll find out. But also like a punch buffets in wrestling very dramatic punch for like this is pro wrestling over the head with at least three steel chairs for it to crazy so that was that was funny. That was a funny highlight for me for the nfc show. I really like this. Inex- was actually pretty good. Actually really liked it. We got frankie monet in matching us. Frankie budgies civically. Excuse insurance i one guy to see her entrance. Because i wanted to get your opinion on frankie's insurance what did what did jacob. What did you think of. Frankie is so. I'm a fashion guy. I love the volvo booms. The ships cleans followed. I love everything came out. it was very orel. Oral is very like air. Eli y areas like a very in size. I love the fluff. I loved the rebels and when she stripped down i was here for. I was here for the entire thing and i liked. It was like it was kind of like two different personalities like at the beginning walking down. And then once you got through the ring it was just like a boom with a much more of a lioness type of behavior. I liked it very much. I was here for ship. Yeah it was. It was a very interesting to see her. Come out kind of like kind of like fan fantastic fabulous extra but then when she got an arena finding. Oh okay gene business. It's weird economy of just like. Oh like i'm very like if real like kind of creature almost psychic whose follow me but then when she get to the rangers she is forced in the ring. At least in this match he was. And so yeah. I thought it was pretty cool. Yeah she looks like she's straight out of a snow globe with and it's just like you know she is perfect. 'cause she's just shaking things up an x. T. like we don't know exactly where it's going right now. But she is clearly a boss. Technically not anyone's boss yet. But she's putting out that like bf. Frankie energy yeah energy. She looked like she'd beat. As like i was like new owner shave for the losers match. I don't know about about the wind is mad at her. she's very close out upon it. I love a good photo. I down in her room. Because i just love it. I think it's very said. Were you expecting anybody else. It's me frankie and a good voice over introduction for insurance is like that's like one way ticket to the top but then it goes into like a rap and her rapid like gm. bad boozy. imbed. Pujol embed i really like it And she's she's a very famous former. Indy wrestler tie dockery. Who was also married to john. Morrison ak yes that stuff yeah survivor contestant so she is some dad so maybe new character frankie monet here in. Wwe like madden said. We didn't know where it's going when when she first got the name change and she was just kind of popping up but now this was so good so she pops up last week. The robert stone brand was kind of dismantle because his main person leah left so frankie does entrance she waves. Jesse come out the other person. Who's on robert stone brand. And as a as frankie was having her match robert stone himself came out. Like you trying to get dressed. Because clearly he didn't get the memo but he's like people out there that's my people he he. The robber snow brand has just been the bad news. Bears ever since like. He can't do anything right. That's why In that clip we saw after a frankie winds her her match. We have them asking. Are you part of the robert stone brand. And she's like. I don't know maybe i'll join with them. Maybe i'll tear it all down and start from the beginning with. That's why he's so excited because he's like. Oh i finally got star. I finally got a star but we also got many rose sitting on the announce table during this match. Which was halloween tell. Cheese came in for attention. It seems right. Because i know rose. But i i know mandy rose from one of my previous appearances on this podcast and so i'm familiar but i die. Like what does she do it. It just looks like i just kind of came to scope it out and draws attention away from the match and let's look at me right now you know did. Did they pay her any education. Maybe the analyses. Anybody else cared that she was there. Could i ask just like a small detail with mandy rose. The fashion are these discounters. Red bottoms these rabbis. But she doesn't want the same word he doesn't put the sticker on that thing so they get very rusted very easily because sometimes easel put. Yeah she could've put us nail polish when i saw her. Kick them feed up. Listen if you are here and you try and get chose or you're going to these events all star weekend coming up or pay per view and you read about them. I will pay out the bottom of your shoes. Red for a nominal fee when the all star game can houston i. I posted it on twitter. And i was getting phone call. Look you ain't gotta be you ain't gotta be and read. You ain't got a pay raise prices to get red bottoms but if you do you have to maintain the red man like that is. That is the ghetto shoes. She should have rethought this or can knows this shoe fs it all the way up like everything is good..

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"orel" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"I think a little bit just to the reality of like look. We'll do the best. We can will be good enough and you're an for me. Also the other realization is like shit even when my parents were lost in their own. Like you know. Lost in their own karma. They were doing the best they could. Because you know any parent loves their kids like probably probably unless you're dealing with like i don't know i'm obviously there's exceptions and maybe this is a little naive to say but probably your parents were doing the best they could do because they loved you that much and so if you had particularly rotten parents you can't even imagine what they would have been like if you hadn't showed up in their life my god that you know what god only knows without you. They would've been because they were at least experiencing raw love and then whether or not they can overcome their own particular like gravity wells addiction. Alcoholism mental illness. You know what i mean. They still you're experiencing probably the best they could do you know for some people are thinking like oh really well my fucked dow is taking me the goddamn bar you know it eight. Am is that the best he could do. Yes that was the best he can do. Right now is the best. You might have never been able to hear his articulation of the vices and virtues. He inherited that he had to deal with that. Are the exact same logic that the person sitting and That therapist chair thursday afternoon is is complaining about their parents will. Let's bring in the whole fucking story. Let's bring in their parents story spring. What they had. I mean it's that the Yeah that's a never ending A never ending loop and they think that's that's a very that's a very positive thing because you're a part of that never ending loop there's gravity to the conversations the examples set for your three year old because yeah whatever you're going to impart are going to go on and import to their children. And so on so yeah. I don't think it's a stretch to say. If you believe this presumption that we inherit the virtues advice appearance. I feel very fortunate for for my My parents and upbringing. If we believe that then yeah it's all i. It just stops a generation or two down the road. But james do you. Don't you think that. I i mean i'm not gonna argue with yo yo ma at least about music. But don't you think that in this hyper connected. Orel that we're in that those rules they. They don't apply the same way anymore. I mean i get three generations minus the internet but now we've become everyone's children now we've become the children of whoever we pay the most attention to no matter how old we are so. Don't you think there's a new possibility for people to swiss. Yes yeah. I think totally and i think and there is absolutely examples of this of entrepreneurship out of out of nowhere. I think If the conversations around entrepreneurship professional success or these stupid stupid friggin lis- That people come up with of entrepreneur young entrepreneurs which are so idiotic I mean even it's been well. I saw forbes. Thirty hundred thirty. That's like or time thirty hundred thirty. That's literally just a blogger That is just reaching out to their network asking. Hey who who should. I put on this list. Maybe they get eighty names from their first and second degree connections and and those lists are rarely ever indicative who who goes on to have a positive impact in the world ten years down the road twenty years down the road. This episode of the d. f h has been sponsored by squarespace dot com number. One shouts my friends over at lotion. Clown dot com based on an assessment of their website. My guess is they probably cleared there. I i don't know a million dollars. Since they bought the domain name using squarespace built that website using squarespace i gave surprise lotion. Clown dot com away a few podcasts.

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"orel" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Do whatever it takes to make him coming. And of course you so share. Here's what the deal so this is a really just so you know like this happens a lot right. You're like i told them i told them. And like why wouldn't he do what he loves me. So here's the thing he just doesn't even though you've told him i think you've got to talk about. I know you have to talk to him about it. The way that he can actually hear like not just a one time thing but like an outside the bedroom where you're like. Listen i really love you and our relationship. But i feel that i feel so much more turned on and attracted to you when like when you go down on me. It feels so good when you do this thing with your tongue. And i know that you know that because i've told you and i'm just wondering like i feel like i needed it like i require it like four play like not as requirement so. I'm curious if you've ideas around like why is a reason. Maybe why that doesn't happen as much. Tell me your thoughts about it. How do you feel about that. That's what i need. Why find live most of the patella go twenty four plates like enjoy going down. So i i i enjoy it. Also then we have sex and then it's over. It's so dear not have azam's i've had one in five years sherri sherri sherri. There's an orgasm deficit going on and i. We need to feel it sherry. I enjoy everything else. He's only what else he doesn't. Okay i'm going to give him the benefit of doubt ready. I'm going to give us like a lot of men. He doesn't know like literally he's never had a woman in his life. Share the information with him. That women do not orgasm. Mostly during of course only twenty percent do like i just but i feel like that's why unless he's just i mean then i'm going to say is he selfish and other or other ways in the relationship that this feels familiar to you. Okay look for example Give that gift giving Go all out but enjoyed it right right. So he's selfish a little bit he doesn't really take care of your he doesn't fit fee. Doesn't take care of your needs. You don't feel nurtured by him right so it's kinda like all. It's all the things so. I don't know if it's just about the sex but it set. And how long have you guys been together. Nearly five you said five years okay and it's been happening okay. So so have you ever had any talks. Is this your guy like you're with them from forever. Whatever that means long time and everything you love him but and like i said we have fun. We have a good time. I enjoy having sex with him right. Okay so maybe just needs some little like like i think he just needs some reminders. Here about About what like. Here's the thing there's information he doesn't have and that is that's four platelet. It's and i agree like sure i came. You like your generation like we we get blow blowjobs. If that's what we did. I didn't expect oral sex in return. Most men weren't offering it up but it's a new time now sherry and we require like all the studies in science and like women. The we're told men believe it to not their fault really. This is what we see. That penetration is the mets were. That's the main act. The main act as his penis goes inside of you. And oh my god because that's the main for them. 'cause women did not speak up as much about it so i think that there's just gonna have to be like a top with him. You let them know. Like i require these things. Like like orel and foreplay like i do too. I'm actually makes. And when you do it i feel so good. You're not like saying why haven't you and i'm mad. And why don't you know this but you encourage them. Let them know that turned you on is actually a deal like you need. You require it for player. Oral like you could say and let me know what else you might need from me but like i think it's time five years in that we really have a great. I was driving along. Listen to the show and she was talking about couples and communication. How important it is for them to talk about. Their sex lives all the time. But i realized we haven't talked about it much so i started thinking about what we could do to make it even take it to the next level. And here's some thoughts. What do you think what are your ideas. And then you have to have it again. Next week don't be afraid to go to keep having these conversations with him if he's your guy might as well figure out if he can give you what you've been giving to him because you deserve it and you will find someone demands. They go down you like they'll be like i am not even putting my penis anywhere near you until i go down you for twenty minutes exactly what i want right. Have that way you should have that. We should all have that your life you everything for him. I know so. He has got lazy. He didn't think he asked you. No one's ever given consequences. No one's ever called him on it. Maybe his mom took care of everything. You know you're taking care of everything. I don't know but he just i just to give him the benefit of the doubt that that we've grown up in a certain time and societal norms and no one ever called out and he's not listening to the show when he doesn't get it so let's just try it out try some though but don't get like apologetic. Don't i'm sorry because you're pleaser. It sounds like so much. So i know it's and awkward to state for what we'd takes a while leg you gotta learn to set boundaries and ask for what you want but you. I'm telling you earl you deserve this and you've got to you haven't had it for five years one more down. They.

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"orel" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Yet it is. The most consistent. Argument is the only argument that true fidelity to the federal constitution of what the framers intended. Not any of the rest of it now. This isn't about overthrowing an election. Now we're talking about going forward the next election so while they're pushing h. r. one s one to completely destroy our electoral process and undermine everything the framers of the constitution had in mind. Because start white supremacists right. We need to press ahead to. There's merrick garland who has no merit whatsoever a fraud and a phony and i think he wants to double the number of lawyers in the civil rights division. It's the civil rights division which is headed by a bigot. An anti white antisemitic bigot. That's right. I said it sumi out defend myself and i will countersue. The evidence is thick and long. There's plenty of it right out of her big mouth. Mazing who joe biden his pick for these positions. Isn't it a unity a anyway. What's the double the number of lawyers. So what so he can bring suits and front of. Favourite obama left wing judges in front of democrat state. Judges use that clown. Marc elias or whatever his name is at a perkins koi use. That hack go around and harass the state. Legislatures accused him of working for george wallace and orel faubus and all the rest.

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"orel" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"orel" Discussed on Little Atoms

"I'm realized that she was a hair. Braider and i remember here. Breeders being a feature of the local beach scape on the beach of life very early ernie adolescents. I would see so in nineteen eighty four. I would have been ten going on eleven not to eat each myself. But that's the truth. So i would have been ten eleven and i was just sort of coming into an awareness of self and who i was and i just remember the eighties. With such fondness. So i it was the fact that i remember going to the beach around that time and that the here breeders were very much a part of the local escape so that was the first reason but quite apart from that i mean i just love the lake. The decade of the eighteenth just meant so much to me and there were so many elements of my child. Turn my adolescence. Being a teenager that are associated with things from the eighties that were no longer here and that it was just such a pleasure to be able to recreate at sort of lifts through again. So i mean things like the huns addresses and Going to the cinema the globe cinemas sitting in the balcony of throwing popcorn into the pit on string bags string bags were like everywhere in the. Atc don't see them now at all. That's a thing for me on so many elements of the nineteen eighties. Even even in terms of the breeding baheren putting beat sappy and that was really that was the stylish. Speak to do with your hair and a lot of local here. Breeders would have been breeding on the beach taurus in nineteen eighty-four. So it was. It was absolutely a pleasure for me to be able to revisit bapti. I wanna talk about a number of the characters. This book has a large cast of characters. And you've just mentioned that. The book started off when i came here. You ambitious guesses. Show story lorries. I'd say the bane character of the story. The story is told from the perspective of multiple characters. And so i wanted to talk about festival. I guess why multiple characters but to do that. Let's talk about i. Guess how those how those characters came together. How the book came together over those moves for characters and think in barbados impart my my culture as a beach and has a carribean person. Orel storytelling is very much apartment. That's just how we live how we express ourselves even on and they're very to me. It's very interesting how we do that. And i think you probably only. I certainly probably only recognize certain aspects of that when i went somewhere else. Lives for one and felt the absence of it so locally. When we're telling a story you know. We kind of have a tendency to meander a bit. So i would say okay. Let me tell you of judy. From down the road. Donald junie jomie one. That married a tall on. You'll know talk about tom..

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Ohio State's E.J. Liddell shares threats, vulgar insults received after Oral Roberts loss

ESPN Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Ohio State's E.J. Liddell shares threats, vulgar insults received after Oral Roberts loss

"Ohio State, A two seed took a first round lost Orel Roberts of 15 seed. Roberts became the 9th 15, seeded to defeat a two seed in the round of 64. The one is the largest N C a a tournament upset since 16 seed you, NBC upset one seed Virginia and 2018 as a 20.5 point underdog. Of course, the outcome of the game was a big deal for both teams. Ohio State forward EJ Ladell led his team with 23 points and became on Lee, the second Ohio State player with at least 20 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. And an N C a a tournament game. He's also the first ever Big 10 player with those numbers since 2000 and 12. The guy's definitely one of us use most valuable players, but he missed a free throw in the final seconds of the contest. On Friday, Ladell tweeted screenshots of messages that were sent to him after the loss with people threatening his life and saying they wish he was dead. Here's Mel Kiper and Katie George. Don't with it. Everybody deals with it in the public eye and EJ Lovell is a young kid who shouldn't have to deal with it. But that's the reality of social media. Now that's the world these kids live in, and we all live in now. I didn't have to deal with that. When I was growing up, they do. That's just the world as I say you live in and the authorities have to deal with this the best they can, But it is something they should obviously investigating will, But it's just unfortunate that everybody that's in the public ideals with this and that's unfortunate, really unfortunate that kids have to but That's life in the world we live in right now. Unfortunately, it is, you know, social media has become so prevalent and so much a part of our lives into your point knows people in the media. We're often told by higher ups and bosses just Don't look at it. Don't listen to it. Just move on about your day, but to your point when people are saying mean things and threatening you like they did Ladell. It's really hard to just tuck it away and move on. A lot of times. You want to respond, but you also don't want to incite anything further. That's something that's reported Katie which he did report it. Yeah, exactly. And for this situation, I'm actually proud of Ladell for not just standing by for responding and screen shotting and calling these people out for the vile things that they said, and and hopefully they're reprimanded for for doing so because it has no place in sports.

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"orel" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"orel" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Of a movie that was released three years ago. Talking about the now for our two minute long rated Zack Snyder's Justice League terms worlds. said. The age of heroes would never coming in here. How many demons started? How many Hells he's never fought us United four hours Four hour. Well, that's not really fair. There are 8.5 minutes of credits at the end. So you really a little short of four hours in narrative terms? This'd the result of Fanboy agitation, Really? The original Justice League came out in 2017, and it was credited to Zack Snyder, who had made the previous movies, Man of Steel and Dawn of Justice. But as he was finishing up, the movie problems arose, particularly in His personal life. But the studio was all also getting concerned that his movies weren't grossing enough money. And so they brought in jaw Sweden to make the film helped make the film lighter in tone on then a Snyder stepped away from the film altogether, gave it over entirely to Josh Sweden, who re shot and rewrote and re edited a lot of it, and it was released in 2017. A two hour movie. Will, the fans said that we've been robbed? You know, we want to see what Snyder's cut was like, Well, Snyder didn't have a cut. Hey, His movie was incomplete, so water brothers eventually gave him $70 million more to finish his movie, And now they're debuting it on HBO. Max exclusively is a means of attracting new subscribers. The weird thing about this is that in effect, it's a movie. It's a restoration of a movie that never really wa so it's really a weird, uh, production a weird hybrid. I know nothing. Really like it in cinema history elsewhere, But for those who like superhero movies and feel starved that they haven't seen any lately, this is the only game in town.

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"orel" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"orel" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"What up nats. Hey what's up guys with me today. We're showing up okay. So we're talking about swiping before and that's something that even tried to find videos of yours stepping on youtube. Why didn't quite find so we all. We all have heard that when you're swiping. Maybe you want to swipe other industries to get some outsider ideas and bring them to your industry but Sometimes you may also want to study your competitors offers and dialed in on them to see what's working right so my question was how do you balance swiping between other industries. And you're on the industry. Do have the best possible. Yes rushing me. i'll. I'll go first. And then john elway if you want to add but for me e most often i look at the competitor is i and i kinda go through their copy and what they're saying they're big ideas their tonality the linger using the pain points. They're talking about all that kind of stuff with other industries more like just being active and continue to be a student of copy and looking and reading people's promos or washing the cells and making notes of language or things that you like the structure best Approach so it's probably eighty percent dress. Competitors twenty percent other industries Johnny curious to hear about you nira irritate on. Yeah i'm like where. I am roydon One hundred percent. Direct competitors Because i know it. Works in that niche So i'm just. I'm not experienced enough to know the i can be trying to swipe stuff. The works in one nation doesn't look gray in another I think when it gets some bolts. I'm just. Germany spoke from the from the nation. All look up. I mean not learn is stephan bicycling Outlook top performance stuff on on. Take buying canal. Bright dying Orel just still his right from the greatest swiped his so yeah mostly just direct competitors. It's probably my when i lived right. Look at your copy of my god look so good good narcissism. Oslo themselves Also sounds great britain. You're really good writer. Seem smarter okay..

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"orel" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"orel" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Joins us right now Founder, Chief Medic Medical officer of Aladin. We thought we'd get Dr Sam only kind of just give us some perspective on where we stand that with Cove it and how long we stand with Covenant Doctor. I guess we have to start here because there's so many questions. There's so many things so many unknowns. Is the covert vaccine isn't going to become an annual vaccine like we do with the flu shot, or is it Ah, once in a lifetime deal like we do with polio. Yeah, I think with the cove is backing in particular that there's a lot of variables as you said that we that we don't We don't necessarily know We don't know how long immunity is retained on. We don't know how quickly the virus isn't evolved, where it could then be able to evade some of the current vaccines that we have now so In my own opinion, I think that it's it's a likely scenario that in the medium term that we're going to be able to where we are going to need some kind of a booster, either to sort of top up. Are, you know our own immunity internally or to be able to address some of these different strains. Uh, to address it more personally. How about for people who are planning maybe a trip this summer to get back on the road? Ah family trip to get in an airplane. With people getting back said that everything is gonna be easier this summer. That was last summer. E think so for a couple reasons. I mean, like the vaccine being one of them on then I think that there were just no more right on there. We're starting to see the trends come down. There. I think that today the seven day rolling averages is down 16%, and I think that those air going to, um those are going to continue. It was the other point. I said, you know, kind of we learned we learned about how to handle this, You know better. So there's ways that we can more smartly and effectively deploy the additional measures like my company. Halo dying dot com Were we look at the air soles. Of the virus. They in fact replicating shed from the cells in the nose and the mouth. So with a nasal in Orel antiseptic, an additional measure on top of normal masks and P p e d like hand sanitizer for the nose and the mouth. It's an additional layer of protection. So you no way We're gonna Swiss cheese model and if we put in Spartan effectively can put in different layers of protection. We can be able to resume or activities. Dr Sandra Jones with us right now, the founder and chief medical officer. Hey, Lodine. The second time that I took biology wanted Sand Hills Community College. I didn't pay attention. And so I need you to help me here on. I'm gonna go back to our original thought. And that is the vaccine and the fact that you think we may have to have boosters or you know one annually like we do with the flu shot. Correct viruses. A virus. Correct. Polio is a virus right into say, viral infection on my right about that. Correct. Why do we only have to have one vaccine for polio, but we have to have an annual vaccine for Corona virus. So part of it has to do with the mutation rate of the, um Of the Corona virus. Right. So the nature being an M. R in a vaccine that changes Master. I'm sorry. Virus name RNA viruses. Yeah, it changes more rapidly than the polio does as well. Additionally. The polio is essentially been eradicated. Right way we get our vaccine, but there isn't a lot of infection of polio that's going on on give the effort gives the virus and opportunity to mutate. To replicate and you take right now, if you had the population if 85% of the world's population was vaccinated for Corona virus, would it essentially become, I'm going to use the word dorm, and that's probably the wrong word like polio. Yeah, actually, What's more likely to happen is that we're going to get into apart were actually sort of coexisting with the Corona virus, And that's actually what we do. Now there's four other Corona viruses, and but they pretty much just cause cold symptoms. And so well, what will happen now? This is again sort of more in the long term future. It might take a whole generation to get there. But what will happen is that we won't need We likely won't need a corona virus vaccine from that far in the future, because they'll just be so much have been exposed to it at a young age and there will be some lifelong immunity that will be A protect that will protect us from having severe infection. Mm. The longer we wear masks and use hand sanitizers, and that kind of thing before became needed a year ago. We are we shutting ourselves down two immunities of viruses and other different kinds of medical conditions. That could be worse on our bodies if we get it since we You know what I'm trying to say? Yeah, you're saying there is sort of like what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. If you have a level of exposure to it, there is, you know, there are people in there. There's some theories that they have Tonto that subscribe to that. I think my own personal opinion and in some of these things is that we're able to do it. Z protective on the And what we are. We are what we're protecting ourselves from. Infection with those things are much worse than than what we're trying to well that we would say, like an acceptable level of risk or or tolerance. After Sam Barone's with us right now found a chief medical officer of a halo down. Let's talk about the flu. After we check traffic. Here's money cook money at the problem on the hallway.

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"orel" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"orel" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

"They are going to to deep clean everything so that both the guess can stay healthy and enjoy the experience on the line with us. Is keiko orel. Who is about to become a bunch on for all my japanese listers. You want to share that with my audience or we'll just let our job is to your.

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"orel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"orel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Time. Oh, yes. Hey, if I am 6 40 it is the Conway show, David vast say is with us, and I owe the The audience is story. But David, maybe you could be involved with this yourself on how you bub. I'm doing great, Tim. Thanks for having me on to celebrate Tommy. Tommy is the best man you guys been knocking it out all day long over there at 5 70 am K l A C And that is a That's a It was a really great job. I sat there. I couldn't stop listening. I sat there in the car and went through a drive thru to graduate some food and just sat there while eating my food listening to story after story. I know that That aural her shines there came on a couple other the Dodgers. Who else saw a phoned in today. Yeah, we had Steve Garvey run, say two of the players that New Tommy and play for Tommy, the longest going back to Ogden, Utah, Tim 1968. When Tommy was just given a job as a minor league manager, and those two young men at the time were drafted by the Dodgers and also Rick Monday Who? Tommy Lasorda went to his house when he was 17 years old here in Santa Monica to try to convince his mother toe have Rick Forget about college and forget about Arizona State. And come play and signed with the Dodgers. And obviously, that didn't happen. Rick Mom wanted him to go toe college, but it would be it would be about 20 years later. That Rick would find his way in a Dodgers uniform in 1977. To play for Tommy Lasorda and just texting with Rick. And no and being with Rick every day, and I know you've had him on the show is a big fan. Ah, lot of people don't know the imprint that Tommy Lasorda had on his life. He grew up with a single mom. And Tommy Lasorda was like a dad to him. And that meant a lot to him that Tommy came to 1000 17 years old. He was a big Dodger fan, and he found his way to the Dodgers and Tommy Lasorda. So You know a lot of these. These players that play for him in the late eighties and early nineties? Yeah, they have a connection to him. But the players like Garvey Lopes Russell say break Monday Reggie Smith. Those guys build bucking there. Bobby Valentine, those guys where with Tommy at the very beginning, and it's a just a different bond that they have with him. Yeah, I know. I was listening to this story or two or all her Sizer when he called, And I didn't know this about Hersh iser by, you know, Tommy Lasorda said, Hey, You know you're gonna be on the team. It's gonna be great. And then right after the freeway serious, he was sent down to the minors, and the Dodgers had a great pitching staff that you're so he never came back. And when he finally did come back You know, Tommy Lasorda said, You know, you're you're here to stay. And then shortly thereafter gave me a nickname. And or Orel Hershiser knew that once Tommy Lasorda gave you a nickname, man. He believed in you, and he trusted you and you were going to be there for a long time. As long as you work hard. Yeah, And that nickname for Aural, As you know, was Bulldog because he felt like he was too passive. He wasn't aggressive on the mound and he needed to change his name, He said. I don't like that name, Orel. Your name from now on is Bulldog and that was just the mindset that he wanted from those guys. And you know, it's interesting to him is, you know, I called the long time Dodger employee. That was the bad boy that put the balls on the tea for Kirk Gibson in 1988 Mitch Poole, who later became a clubhouse manager and He was just telling me some great stories last night about Tommy and this is before either of us knew that he had passed and he just meant so much to a lot of people, not just the players. Not just the fans, but the people behind the scenes. She treated them really well, and that's why so many of them were loyal to him. And so many people cared about him, Tommy You know, you hear the jokes about him not picking up the tab for dinner here in there, but he was a really generous guy in a lot of different ways. Yeah, he was great. And he loved the Petros of money show. I mean, he would. You would go to the box when Petros and money had listeners up to the stadium. Heywood go toe with their remotes. I mean, he really enjoyed those two. Well, you know why he loved the Petros The money show. It's because of the first guy Petro's Joe Amalfitano the way Petros explained it to me. Joe Amalfitano, who was the third base coach. When Tommy was the manager. He was a stampede. Rogue. I Hey, would bring Tommy down to the Papadakis Taverna, and that's where you talk. You would see a 10 year old Petros. And that just shows you that Tommy never forgot family and friends because 20 years later, Petros is hold hosting a talk show, and Tommy still remembers that 10 year old Petros, and that's the way he would speak to him. So that's the story behind it, And that's the loyalty. That Tommy had and I gotta tell you, Tim. Tommy was a huge advocate of mine and always has been, and there was a time I would say two years ago that I was in Dave Roberts manager's office, and Dave was About to scold me for being a little too critical. And he got interrupted by Tommy Lasorda. Tommy came into his office and all of a sudden he sees me in there, and he interrupts the conversation and without knowing what was being said. He looks a Dave Robertson says. This guy loves the Dodgers. He knows a lot about baseball, and he saved me right there on the spot without even knowing it without just having that loyalty and understanding. People and remembering that that relationship and all never forget that because Tommy loved me, and I mean, I love Tommy. He was so good to me. Yeah, He was great in Hitman that Tommy Lasorda remember everybody's name everybody. He really did. If he if he cared about you, there's some beat writers. He forgot that their name he calls if he didn't know your name, Timmy call you big guy, but there's so much l instead of Chief for buddy he call you big guy..

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A Career in Pro Sports Photography

This Week in Photo

06:16 min | 2 years ago

A Career in Pro Sports Photography

"Hateful talking back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today. A return to show andrew bernstein. If you recall several months ago did an interview with andrew about his co authoring of a book called the mamba mentality. how. I play a book. He authored with kobe bryant. So we're not talking about that if you want to check out that interview that is the will link to it in the show notes and the description for this episode but instead we're we're looking forward and we're talking about some other projects that andrews working on in some interesting newsy has with regard to his podcast andrew. Welcome to the show man. how are you doing. Hey fredrick doing great great to see you man really to connect again thank you. Yeah likewise likewise. Thank you for coming on. It's always good to chat with you. You know what i love. I love chatting you because the first time we spoke you know the the sort of pre interview stuff that do the research and looking at the kudos. I was a little intimidated looking at all. The stuff that you've done you know like okay. Get interview this guy and then you get on and you know you're just one of us you know. This is a normal guy. So very humble so i appreciate that thank thank. You never wanna be intimidated. Anybody but i appreciate you say thank you know. Intimidation comes with with accolades and success. Right so it's a side effect of that. Well let's dive in. I know you have a pet day so to make sure we get to the questions on my list. First of all people that may not have heard of you andrew bursting. What's the accolades that i kind of forced out at a couple of seconds ago. Describe your career your elevator pitch if you're you're in one of those. La cocktail parties and people like. Hey what do you do what do you what do you tell well. I grew up in brooklyn and moved out here during the blizzard of seventy eight. Never looked back. And that's the end of my elevator pitch doe. I took a passion for photography that i started with. I was fourteen. My dad give me my first camera and realized that that was really my my destiny to to be at the For in some way so taking from my good friend. Peter guber mantra that It started off as a dream to be a photographer turned into a goal bona fide goal when i decided to really ramp up my desire to be a photographer by going to art center college of design in pasadena and that was a major move because i was going to the university of massachusetts at the time lived my whole life up to that point on the east coast and then that goal became My passion to Become a sports photographer. I had certain benchmark goals that i wanted to achieve in in the business and You know if that's my destiny then so be it so dreams. Plus goals equals destiny but fast forward forty years later I'm still loving what i do. they still want me around and i'm still cranking out some pretty good content when i get a chance to actually take a picture jackson done in four months. I know i know. I know that it's here that a lot photographers. There's a lot of pinto demand for everything just taking photography taking photographs. But just getting back to being human. I guess is what a lot of us are looking forward to Before we dive into this. I want to see that step and repeat behind you. It looks like legends of sport. Talk to me about that project. Legends of sport because that kind of segues into the podcast news. You have to share later. Yeah of course. Legends of sport is a is a content platform that i started with three other partners. The germ of really started ten twelve years ago. But we got serious about it about five years ago and we decided that there was a real void in the world of sports is so many sports radio sports content so many people talking about last night score or last night's game but legends kind of get lost in the shuffle quite frankly and we We wanted to be able to perpetuate legends To document to really continue the conversation to bring them back into the conversation in a lot of cases and make legendary athletes moments teams personalities relevant again in and keep it current and relate to what's going on in In the world sports today so we lead off with a podcast. Now i'm in my third season of the podcast where i sit down and talk to people in the world of sports athletes owners bands. Whoever had made an impact in sports. And i have a different kind of take on it. Because i you know. I am working. I'm working professional in the world of sports and You know my own experience. And i guess i have people that i work with a known for years and years and years magic kobe. Peter guber orel hershiser. I mean. I could name a lot but we we did two full seasons and then we were actively pursuing a bigger platform that could Distribute us out and be a great partner and the la times really Saw us as great option for them as well because they have a really great podcast menu but they were looking for a sports. Podcast are lejeune's kind of Way of doing things really Was interesting to them. So we have now partnered with the la times. We co produced and distributed by them. It's not exclusive so you can still get your year legends. Sport podcast on apple or spotify but The la times has become a great partner for us and excited about everything that can happen. Now from that partnership.

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Tlingit art on postal stamp, and COVID surge in US

Native America Calling

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Tlingit art on postal stamp, and COVID surge in US

"This is national native news antonio gonzales the art work of a clinker artists from juno alaska will be featured on a new post stamp set for distribution next year henry show with cage. Ns reports rico. Lana world is the founder of trickster company a design shop based in juneau that incorporates traditional northwest coast art into everything from t-shirts and stickers to skateboard decks and basketball's he says that an art director for the us postal service called him up one day he had apparently discovered some of Tricks are companies are work at the national museum of american indians. Gift shop in dc and That's sort of where our discussion began about. Making this design happen world decided to go with the scene from the traditional story of raven setting free the sun moon and stars for his design and he says he kept a national audience in mind in other so many depictions of of raven. The box of daylight story It almost a little bit like silly to do it again. But i felt like it was an important kind of desire kind of story that that gets a gateway for people to to learn about cricket culture. His design depicts raven escaping through the chimney as he is transforming back into human form. It's an exciting and chaotic scene. There are stars stuck in his feathers and the sun is in his mouth. Orel says he believes the decision to include. His art work on a stamp is part of a wider movement for better representation of native stories. I think the usps is sort of in line with everyone else trying to figure out how to enable indigenous people to tell their own stories. And so it's it's just an honor to be able to be a part of that and to represent. According to sealaska heritage institute the postal service had planned to unveil the stamp at celebration twenty twenty but the event was cancelled because of the pandemic. shi is working with the agency to hold a release ceremony next year. In hanes. i'm henry leash across the country covid. Nineteen rates are hitting all time highs. No one knows that better than the healthcare workers fighting the pandemic on the front lines. Kale c. c.'s. Brian bull talk to his sister. Traveling nurse who's just recovered from covid. Nineteen my sister. Tracy and i are both proud members of the nez perce tribe or as we call ourselves than ame- pu we're also both essential workers during this pandemic though to be fair tracy's put herself in harm's way almost daily since nineteen came to the us still. She was surprised when she tested positive herself. I did a lot of sleeping but looking back the whole first week and a half was a blur it was an early november and thankfully tracy's case came at a later time in the pandemic one knowledge treatments. A covid nineteen or much better than on its earlier stages my sister got the same regiment as president trump. Actually but she says things got tense when the texas hospital. She does stain him. Tried to discharge her after only four doses of remdesivir contrary to cdc guidelines. I feel that they were trying to discharge me because they needed the hospital bed. And i told her no that i would not leave until i receive my sister. I insisted on it. Tracy's now out of the hospital ready to see her grandkids in montana. She says everyone needs to wear masks and appreciate healthcare workers. I'm very relieved. And of course proud of my sister be well. Keep doing great work and i love you. Happy thanksgiving thank you. I love you too. Brian and happy thanksgiving for national native news. I'm brian bowl. And tony gonzalez

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Do Monkeys Lack the Brains or the Vocal Anatomy for Human Speech?

BrainStuff

04:01 min | 3 years ago

Do Monkeys Lack the Brains or the Vocal Anatomy for Human Speech?

"Boko bomb here back in the nineteen sixties and Seventies. It was all the rage with primatology to conduct studies in which infant chimpanzees were raised as though they we're human infants this practice tested. The limits of what a non human primate could accomplish if raised in human society aiming to Parse what was nature and what was nurture her. These studies often played out like dark fairy tales with chimp babies growing up into tragic half humans living between two worlds and belonging to neither but but one thing that came out of these studies was the realization that although these chimpanzees raised in human environments learned how to behave eerily human. Shwe's none of them could ever be taught to talk. We spoke with a safe zone far A professor of psychology at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. He said I think that surprised a lot of people they weren't even producing rudimentary words. Like a drunk person would say according to Suzanne far that led researchers to develop a few theories about why this could be one that other primates might have the brains to produce speech after all they can do rudimentary symbolic communication about. They're lacking the vocal anatomy anatomy to make speech sounds to that. Primates completely lack the neural control to produce speech sounds or three that they lack both the proper. We're brain and the proper anatomy for speech around this time linguist and cognitive scientist. Philip Lieberman tried to determine which if any of these these conclusions were true in a nineteen. sixty-nine Study Lieberman and his co authors examined Cadavers of Rhesus monkeys to estimate based on their anatomy what speech sounds announced they could theoretically be able to make a Lieberman's conclusion was that based on the anatomy of a recess. They wouldn't be able to speak even if their brains were wired just just like ours. Based on the study the idea took hold that one of the main reasons chimps and other primates can't speak is that they lack the vocal anatomy to do so but but now half century later. A study published in science advances has revisited. The question of why monkeys can't talk and debunks Lieberman's notion that monkeys lack the appropriate vocal anatomy instead. They say monkeys mouths and throats could form human sounding words but their brains aren't good enough to tell their body how to do so so then far and an international team of researchers captured x ray video of a racist eating squawking and making facial expressions then made a model of those movements that could predict the potential vocal range of the animal. They found that anatomically speaking a recess. has everything it needs to form entire sentences of human speech. Although it's voice definitely wouldn't sound human what it doesn't have. Is the necessary neural ability to coordinate respiration Orel facial muscle control and laryngeal attention all things we have to do in order to talk in fact czar says all of the old world primates all the species in Africa and Asia including hooting. The Great Apes. Probably have the same ability. They conclude this because these monkeys and apes in large part have very similar vocal and facial expressions why humans got such tricked out. Brain in comparison to our primate relatives is hard to know. But it's fun to think about. This is on fire. Said nobody's sure what driving forces and pressures led to humans

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Voice for Learning with Rabbi Elijah Dordek

Voice First Health

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Voice for Learning with Rabbi Elijah Dordek

"Let's go back and and talk about voice technology. So how did you get your own introduction to that. And what did you start to worked on and developed within the voice technology field but as I said Being involved in the Orel little auditory something which is is meant to be known by heart is It's really a different state of mind. It is taking bits and pieces of information formation that we we know we'd be site by reciting the many times it becomes sort of very long Mantra and When when when I'm in a state of of knowing things that I remember I memorized I can be At a different level title of consciousness where the were just flow out of me and this is something that many many people that I know are able to get to not maybe not such large bodies attack but Concentration ability to be connected with the knowledge is a very very wonderful experience and I I wanted to find ways to help others. Were struggling struggling. That were desire to get to the level of knowledge To help them with it. So I said I printed brooks that what a AH called. The mission is due rather order MISHNA and visually. It puts the text as as a looking like a song like a poem breaks according to the breadth. That you inhale exhale in each line would it brings you into the rhythm with them of the text itself and then I searched further former. What could technology as I mentioned? I had inkling for technology media use and I never never left me. How can they use technology to to bring it to bear on this desire of ours to gain knowledge wjr even in this very very busy world and I came up with the idea of you know obviously with the other inventions. They're coming With using void to have a conversation between man and machine where the machine would The computer with obviously the programming would be able to present the text and line by line or that I can the user can hear hear it repeat it here it repeated and beginning proficiency and then be tested be listened to by the automatic speech recognition. Asian which would then compare with our program. Compare the chosen text with the uttered with repeated text to see whether I'm doing. Okay give me feedback so I can affect my My knowledge and without having to go from off from the beginning they often beginning. I know I have have this mistake. Can Perfect it. Wow and so. I'm curious a little bit of about the technology at through to this. Is this based on a particular platform like for example. Have you built this on the Amazon platform on Google or what- what's the underlying technology for this this Well that's a good question and right now as I'm starting of we haven't asked at work on the play store called Shannon Lee. It's in Hebrew right now but returned to grow out and Right now the back and is Google speech recognition mission of API. And then we get back to the Feedback and were software. Compare it in a certain turn way with what was said and give Feedback with color with sound and with percentages in order to track progression. So back and right now is off the shelf. API with Google. Although if I go to different languages and at technology precede received There's other efforts like Microsoft's and other things and we might develop Rowan speech engine then we can go on different direction.

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Peanut Allergy Study Has a Disappointing Finding

Joe Gallagher

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

Peanut Allergy Study Has a Disappointing Finding

"Date. Orel treatment for peanut allergies might actually increase the severity of allergic reaction. A new study published in the Lancet journal shows people who use oral immunotherapy to treat peanut allergies or three times. More likely to suffer an allergic reactions those who weren't treated Borel immunotherapy treatment practice where person with an allergy is fed small doses of their allergen until they build up tolerance. There are no approved treatments for peanut allergy's currently, but the FDA is looking into proving an experimental drug that builds up allergen tolerance, just like

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Men's and Women's Immune Systems Respond Differently to PTSD

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:54 min | 4 years ago

Men's and Women's Immune Systems Respond Differently to PTSD

"To alcohol right alcohol as many of you know, acts as a. An immune immunosuppressant, but it suppresses everyone's immune system men and women. But the thing is it affects women more alcohol consumption women will initially cause a spike in estrogen production, and then a major drop-off in estrogen production, and these fluctuations affect the production of cytokines, and those are immune cells, and in men, it causes a decrease in test austerer on so so if they're so if testosterone then is an immunosuppressant, and that level is going down, well, but alcohols immunosuppressant also so so it's just it's all like all the holes are getting plugged. So the moral of that story is drinking is not good for you. All right. Well, now, the the study about alcohol and the immune system did point out that you know, people who drink like one glass of red wine. We've heard people say this that like if you have one. Glass of red wine a day. It's not gonna kill you. And that wine hat red wine has antioxidant. Yes, there we go. But it's when you're drinking the whole bottle that it's like, oh, well now, you're going to get sick. Maybe maybe we get so sick in the wintertime, the not so much because of the the cold weather, but because of all the holiday party that are happening. We're drinking more very way. Maybe we need to kiss people more, which leads me to my next point. So perhaps mistletoe is the vaccine of the holiday season because I do have a segue here. People two thousand nine study found that kissing might be an important part of building our immune systems. Now before we go any further if you have a cold right now does not mean you need to start making out with somebody. How you should have taken care of this before you got the cold right because because you can't pass along many germs including Orel herpes right through through open mail. Kissing. So be selective your time of kissing, but we got to explain the relationship between immunity, you mean, they can't just leave it at that. Okay. Grab the nearest person. Well, the study showed that the longer you kiss a person your partner, whoever and six months is the ideal. This is where woman Kissling time, right? He's really focused on women kissing women kissing whoever. That the more likely she is to be immune to the cytomegalovirus, which almost sounds like a dinosaur because I don't make I don't know like an evil. It has spikes that virus like Iran's former right? But it makes her more likely to be immune to these cytomegalovirus if she gets pregnant and that virus that particular virus is pretty harmless. If you just happen to get it now. But can actually really do a lot of damage to a fetus. So I imagine anything called a mega lo virus leak. Terrible habits. I two virus? But yeah. And and this is not scientists don't think that this is why kissing originated, and it had more to this is so gross. It had more to do with. They think that we regurgitated food for our kids like birds. We'll so gross about that. Caroline. Oh, I'm sorry. Oh, that's right. That's how you eat your lunch. I forgot. Food. Food. But anyway, when that happened it also passed along germs spit and whatever else, and so that's how the the the offspring would be more immune to you know, sickness and whatnot. But this study also or the article talking about this study, also urged readers to not kiss your pets. Oh god. This is gross. Well, I don't understand why people let pets lick them on the face. Anyway. We'll see I I was thinking anything that licks its. But what if I kissed my cat said? Well, that's fine. Oh, you're playing your cat's tongue can't reach it kissing. I just read it as like, you know, given your Bill. No, no, they name any like do not let and I know I have seen people do this. And I think it's disgusting. Yeah. Just send me angry male go ahead. But if you let your pet lick you on the mouth, I mean think just think about where your pets tongue has been. It's possible that you could get several groves sicknesses and worms on whatever. If you let your pet French kiss you. I wish people could see the look on your face right now because it is sheer horror hained. So yes. So don't don't kiss your dog. But you can you can kiss people right kiss people.

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