29 Burst results for "Orrick"

Lucy Hale and 'Riverdale' Actor Skeet Ulrich Fuel Dating Rumors

Kinda Cute Podcast

02:06 min | 7 months ago

Lucy Hale and 'Riverdale' Actor Skeet Ulrich Fuel Dating Rumors

"I up we have to talk about the most unholy not q. Couple of our current time. I had all i have written in my notes is ski and lucy hale. I even have hail spelled. Wrong and kinsey is sitting by me and she sees that top note and she's like ski. All reckon lucy hale are dating. She's like he's not that cute. I mean she starts going off facile and she goes. He's in his fifties. He's she so much younger than him like he just date someone his age i mean and he's not even that cute and then like back in the early nineties when he was on things i mean he played really disgusting characters and i was like you know what can save for the podcast because agreed agreed. Agreed literally you spoke. Exactly what i was gonna say. Ski is fifty one lucius thirty one. We got a nice round twenty year. Difference different yes. That's actually i'm thirty. Two and my mom is fifty two. Which i mean my mom is like bomb like i love my mom. Yeah i mean. It's a little for gigi. I'm i don't like it and i saw this comet being like oh my god katy keene and f p joe which is just a larry's because i don't think anyone actually watched katy keene. Katy keene is in the riverdale universe and lucy hale plays katy keene and then ski. Orrick plays f jones. Which is jug had. Jones head in the riverdale series. Though sorry dad that i was thinking bug head you know so he. I don't know it's very you know. Enter enter cosmic riverdale relationship. And you probably might know. Lucy hill better as being aria and pretty little liars and ski. Alrich was in a lot of lake early nineties. He was in scream. I would say most of. kind of like his most famous role from back. Then and spoiler alert. He plays the serial killer in that. So that's why i do. Like his roles even

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You as Your Best Healer with Rhoda Todoran

Subtle Medicine

06:36 min | 1 year ago

You as Your Best Healer with Rhoda Todoran

"Hello Hello Beloved. Welcome to this episode of Subtle Medicine. Podcast I have dear sister and kindred soul Rhoda door and on the show today and we talk about all the things as it relates to you as your own healer from daily purification practices. And how no that's probably dot you think it is to taking radical self responsibility for your life for your growth and what gets in the way of that and also talk about nervous system care breath. Work and more Rhoda to join is a Reiki Practitioner. Trained and conscious counseling and rebirthing breath work. She has been exploring various methods of healing and self mastery since two thousand two and continues to cultivate a mixed bag of modalities under her belt. In order to co create transformation with others besides facilitating tailored workshops locally in Los Angeles and for the yearly Spirit Weavers Gathering. She also holds space for one on one. Ricky infused rhetoric sessions is a maker online seller of handmade eco-friendly creations and is an Orrick portrait artist. And I had so much fun creating this episode for you and I know that you will really enjoy this rich conversation that road and I had so without further ado. Let's get into it all right so Rhoda is definitely a kindred spirit for sure and I'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you for being here in key for having me. I'm excited as little okay. So we are such kindred spirits like I said and I'm so excited to get into this topic of you as your own healer and guide. That's certainly something that is near and dear to my heart and my own journey and it's really been spoken about so on this show. It's kind of the overarching theme of this whole podcast of my whole work of my whole mission in in life and my soul's purpose as well as the notion of our core loons being our source of freedom and ultimately coming until place of self mastery and total sovereignty. Kind of where? We're headed today and I'd really love to begin with when you say to somebody. You are your own healer. What are you meaning? And what are you ultimately hoping that they get from this because for a lot of people it's like a radical notion that they can't wrap their minds around or it's something that they may believe in but it's like a total pipedream and they don't even just understand where to start and what that means. What does that mean to you? Like all journeys on this spiritual path Or the journey of life in general. It's it's at Spiro. So there's the very bottom layer of like you are the author of your life basically and that's a little bit more accessible to people because it's in books it's in movies. There's that hero that at the end of the day kind of semons his or her energies and becomes full breath of himself or herself And once you start on that path little by little I think the end goal is full sovereignty. Ray You're basically you know full blonde blown out thinking for yourself in all areas aways from like like. I've been rereading a Leonard Ores Book. Which is my lineage intensive rebirthing and he talks about the death urge and how for. Yawns eons of years ago people lived hundreds and even thousands of years old. So there's this belief that we have that we actually have to die so it's going that breath fall breath of sovereignty where you have your own belief about what you and your body can do and what your spirit can do in your soul and then obviously say there's the whole breath in the middle where it's that whole journey. That's just true for you and it can be anything from. I know personally speaking. There's that point in every person's life in this journey where It's almost like there's a couple of different deck that happened. Ego Death of a child re parenting yourself. So there's the death of your parents in your life as a role Caretaker role and then and the larger sense of that after that is the death of God and how you are becoming your own God and you tap into your own internal resources power and and that is part of that whole goal to sovereignty so when I say that to someone it's just whatever hits them really but my ultimate goal and why love breath work is that You know you're using your own Nothing else you don't need vamps music. You don't need like incense or oils. Whatever you just do it when you can really. I do it in my car in the shower before I came on line here. I just to get the jitters yards doing Steak grow toning or shocker toning. And that's just braving making sounds with your breath so it's really any thing that you have right now right here. Are All the tools that you have everything inside of you is all you need. There's nothing fancy know by now or will. This offer will expire type the situation. It's just really where you are and just leaning into everything that's going on where you are right now right here. So God smoothly

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Low Snowpack In California Mountains May Mean More Wildfires This Summer

Environment: NPR

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Low Snowpack In California Mountains May Mean More Wildfires This Summer

"This month is shaping up to be one of the driest February's in California's history state. Water officials said today that snow pack across the Sierra Nevada is measuring less than half of. What's normal for this time of year? That matters to skiers and snowboarders but more critically sunny skies in the winter could mean more wildfires. Come summer and fall from member station K. Q. E. D. in San Francisco. Peter Cooney reports armed with aluminum survey polls and electric sensors hydrologist in California flocked to the Sierra Nevada. Each winter to measure snowpack. That's because about a third of the state's annual water supply for drinking and agriculture gets stored as snow than when the south starts to melt in the late spring early summer. That water will hopefully slowly meltoff and replenish the water. That is Held IN OUR RESERVOIRS. Chris. Orrick is with the California Department of Water Resources. He says the dry winter is in stark contrast to last year there was probably one of the wettest. February's we've ever had some areas in the Sarah accumulated up to fifty feet of snow whereas this year in the majority of the Central Valley Northern California. We had a little to no measurable Precipitation Silver Lining Or. It says is that the state's reservoirs still have plenty of water. Thanks to all the snow and rain from last year while officials aren't ready to declare a drought a dry winter can signal an early start to California's wildfire season which has devastated parts of the state in recent years. The massive car fire Mendocino complex the atlas tubs fires campfire is now the most destructive fire in state history given two fires that are close enough to one another that essentially is one incident and this fire is a monster it is the low snowpack is an important insurance policy to protect against wildfire says. Jonah bots glue. He's a climatologist with the University of California merced set so that snow melts provides a gradual source of moisture keeping those fuels in our forces areas Wet later into the spring and early summer so when we don't have the snowpack in place when we have a subpar snowpack. Those fuels are allowed to green up and actually dry out earlier in the year and that says about to glue sets the stage for an early start to fire season so California's certainly has seen longer fire seasons lasting both later in the fall and starting early in the spring and unfortunately the lack of precipitation across the state. We've basically struck out during the two wettest months of the year. A spokesman for CAL. Fire the agency responsible for fire. Prevention in California says that the current dry windy conditions have already contributed to more wildfires than usual this winter but fire officials and water managers point out that California's wet season isn't over yet. They're hoping for a repeat of twenty eighteen when a series of March storms. Replenish the snowpack in time for the spring runoff

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AT&T to Pay $60 Million to FTC for Throttling Data

Business Wars Daily

02:42 min | 2 years ago

AT&T to Pay $60 Million to FTC for Throttling Data

"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business worse daily on this Tuesday November. Twelve slow is not a word. Anyone wants to use to describe their cell phone service. We've come to expect. Actually demand instantaneous data on our phones and so when we pay for unlimited data. It sure seems like speed isn't something we need to worry about right but for. At and T. customers well it was the Federal Trade Commission announced last week that. At and T.. will pay a sixty million dollar fine for misleading customers the FTC alleges that at and T.. Shrunk the the bandwidth of millions of wireless customers essentially throttling back the speed of data transfer to the point where routine actions like opening websites became difficult the regulators say. At and T.. Knowingly lied to customers by failing to disclose that data transfers would slow down to a crawl after they'd reached certain certain hidden limits. Those limits could be as low as two gigabytes in a month. Now by way of comparison. Netflix says watching a single show uses uses about one gigabyte in an hour. The FTC says at and T. slowed speeds by as much as eighty to ninety percent of normal rates. The commission will use the settlement to give partial refunds to. At and T. customers that's a group of about three and a half million people who were affected through twenty fourteen when the FTC brought the case as tech crunch noted quote those refunds will be little more than pocket money. But it's something and if you're one of the affected customers at least you don't have to fill out any any forms you'll get a check in the mail or refund on your account automatically when. At and T.. Settled last week. It denied any wrongdoing. A spokesperson said we were fully prepared to defend ourselves but decided settling was in the best interests of consumers maybe so but users on social media raised metaphorical orrick eyebrows at the multibillion dollar companies proportionately tiny settlement now. You wouldn't be a missed to ask two questions first. Does this mean there's no throttling rattling anymore and second. Who else does this? Well the answer to the first unfortunately is no the

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STEMinists: Lubna of Cordoba

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:44 min | 2 years ago

STEMinists: Lubna of Cordoba

"The story of a woman who you may or may not know about but definitely should each month is themed and this month. We're talking talking about. Stimulus women who accomplished incredible feats in science technology engineering and mathematics today they were heading back to Tenth Century Cordoba to the Islamic enlightenment in Spain are stem in east of the day was a brilliant polymath herself and also so help to foster one of the greatest intellectual environments the world has ever seen. Let's talk about Lubna of Cordoba very little is known about Loubna's early life including the issue was born but historians generally agree that she was a palace slave girl of unknown but likely Christian origins. This would not have been unusual. Andalusia as slaves played a major role in the economy me there and were commonly found in the Caliphs household slaves were often considered much more loyal and trustworthy than the Caliphs own advisers. There's some point in her youth. Lubna earned a fairly considerable education in mathematics reading and writing poetry and philosophy well. This was likely unusual for a slave records show evidence of one hundred and seventy women scribes in and around Florida that time who are responsible for making copies of important and valuable manuscripts so educated women were part of the Andalusian Cultural Afric Lupus talents were recognized early and she was soon promoted Immedi Orrick rise up the palace ranks. She eventually became the main palace secretary and -scribed at the enlightened Calif.. If I'll come the second this essentially made her his closest personal adviser Cordoba the capital of Morrish stain was already one of the great cities of the world and a major tourist attraction of the time for its incredible beauty and enlightened attitudes as such it was a well-funded kingdom and I'll have them the second like his father before him was heavily focused on fostering and open intellectual atmosphere to dry in great minds loop. Noah's a great intellectual in her own right and as personal secretary to the Caliph she played a major role in bringing together famous thinkers fostering. I'm not seen in Cordoba and curing which areas of study received the most funding and knots attention LOUBNA's own intellectual interests were vast cost including poetry calligraphy and philosophy but she was best known for her incredible knowledge and skill as a mathematician multiple multiple sources attest to the fact that she was a great mathematician who mastered the highest levels of math in her day in Luke knows work is a scribe she was not merely a writer and translator she also annotated and commented on the book she transcribed and translated she was responsible entrepot for copying many important texts including works by Euclid and archimedes eighties and she wrote her own commentary on those works too the her work has been destroyed. We know that Lubna advanced the work of the classics with the help of a major technological advancement the number zero and the concept of zero had eluded the Greeks and its invention allowed for the simplification of complicated computations loop no was reported to have been so refund of math and so interested in popularizing these new easier methods of calculation that she would regularly teach Andalusian children the principles of mathematics matic's and multiplication tables while walking in the streets at Porta her great interest in math also meant that mathematicians were held in particularly clearly high esteem during all calm the seconds rain according to the Great Andalusian historian when it been box you all Lubna mastered the writing and Science of poetry and her knowledge of mathematics was broad and great and she has mastered many any other sciences and there was no one nobler than her in my Tallus Lubna died in the year nine eighty four tune in tomorrow for the story of another incredible Stamina St- special thanks to the one and only Liz Caplan my favorite sister co-creator tomorrow.

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The Potential Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

Living Healthy Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

The Potential Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

"Intermittent fasting <hes> what's a plus is not calorie counting so that's good good. There's not as much focus on like having to measure portions or anything like that. <hes> and for significantly overweight people there is evidence to support weight loss and better metabolic markers. I don't think that that's really there for like those of us. That need to just lose five or ten pounds or you know that small margin and doesn't really focus on behavior changes just a light switch on now off now on now off now if you can stick to something like Edwards like you're controlled by the calendar but the day or the time of day then that's good. I guess you can do that exact fit in your lifestyle. 'cause I wouldn't just say Oh yeah you. You should try this as like we'll know if someone's undergoing stress and hey they have a new baby at home up at two. AM and they're hungry. Feed yourself right right right. Be Aware of what you're your own. Situation is picture can they. Can you actually slip into being if you're fasting like that. Are you kind they're putting your body into that. Survival mode that the ketogenic diet like creates those key tones or does that have to be is that all carb related and now related to just like not eating. Oh Oh here we go into some more science. It's a really cool so when you're not eating and you don't have that I your body uses the available glucose in your tissues right and and then it uses it from your blood sugar and then draws it from your glycogen stores which are found in your muscle and your liver then it'll pull <music>. Some of your fat will break down called La Policies Okay but then you all a little bit protein if it's extended or if it's a great caloric orrick deficit okay then your body can also do something called Glucose Neo Genesis so it means new glucose made so so when your body doesn't have what it needs is. How do I make it. How do I how do I get this thing that I need and it takes some amino acids it kicks out the nitrogen it plays with those carbons and it goes boom okay. Let's let's feed the brain. Let's keep on going and second win. Maybe when you get sick branding is pretty cool. That is really cool. Wow so obviously the goal is to just get into that portion where you're breaking down the fat which which sadly sounded like those four steps away okay great all right well cool so what who do you would you kind of recommend that die for the intermittent. Herminio fasting. Is there a particular type of person that would you know head that direction or succeed with that kind of approach definitely not not someone with with diabetes type two or or on any kind of medication or insulin but what's nice is it doesn't conflict with <hes> you know if you're a Vegan if you're an omnivore and and so whatever principles you have about what foods you're choosing sustainability wise or you know local it doesn't conflict with any of those <hes> <hes> but it can be a useful tool for someone as you said. Andrew if if they can manage those hours if it works really within their lifestyle if all all they're doing is looking at a clock and focusing on that all day long you know it's going to inhibit their focus and attention on work or anything else but if it's more natural Sabe. Brittany's like eight five right and I woke up the next morning and I felt okay till about ten or eleven. I was GONNA eat again okay. That's kind of what your body does. Then that works okay

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Trump's Presidency

Post Reports

07:49 min | 2 years ago

Trump's Presidency

"As ineffective yeah. Certainly the people who believe that going in this hardened those views but i think think also people who supported trump may have come away from the summer supporting him just as well if not more. It's worth pointing out martine that the white house <hes> gave us a list of what they called historic achievements for president trump this summer. There were more than two dozen items on the list. <hes> you know this white house. Spokesman john deere said it was a historic orrick moment for the presidency to give you a flavor of what these achievements are. One was the meeting that trump had with kim jong hoon at the d._m._z. The border between north korea area and south korea that was a photo op meeting an important active diplomacy. I guess but it hasn't done anything to reverse the trends in north korea in fact north korea continues. I used to launch these short range missiles and has really frightened the japanese and south koreans with their aggression and what are some of the other things that the white house pointed to as some some of the president's achievements from these past couple of months yeah so there's a long list here and some of these things are not actually have not been achieved yet for example. The white house said that the president announced a new trade deal with japan to give farmers more access to export their products while the trade deal has not been executed. It's not been signed. There are a number the other things the state banquet that president trump had with her majesty queen elizabeth during his visit to the united kingdom honoring fallen heroes on the seventy fifth anniversary history of d day in france those are important events but they're not sort of tangible achievements or accomplishments that would necessarily secure somebody re election and were there are other things that were helpful to president trump this summer absolutely look at special counsel robert mueller's testimony july twenty fourth in house. There was a lot of expectation among congressional rational democrats that muller would make the case for impeachment that he would bring new evidence to the table that he would help generate momentum on capitol hill to begin impeachment precedings against the president that did not pan out molar gave a very lackluster performance that was criticized. He did not provide fresh evidence. He really stuck to the parameters of the report details the report and to trump that was a political victory and for the rank and file staffers that you talked to you within the white house and within the administration what did they say about what it's like to have experienced this summer you know they're tired and exhausted and one and republican strategist who works very closely with people at the white house described the sentiment as wake me when it's over. Just let's get through the summer trump. Of course it's is not one to follow a script or playbook or or be very disciplined and a staffer really on this herky-jerky roller coaster all summer long. I should point <unk> out by the way that the the white house spokesman says well. Nobody around here is tired. Were you know very busy getting work done for the american people so there is a defense of that attitude it as well. I also think that that some of these dominant narratives that came out of the summer specifically the the racist tweets about the squad that those kinds of things that galvanize president trump space absolutely and you know when trump was continuing these attacks on squad his advisors were saying look. There's a strategy here. This is a politically tactical move for president trump. It's a way to motivate and galvanized his white supporters. <hes> remember there there certain states states like wisconsin and michigan and pennsylvania where trump won narrowly in two thousand sixteen and hopes to win again in twenty twenty and a key for him to win some of those states according to his advisers visors is to turn out every single sort of trump inclined white voter that you can find in the hinterlands and the wait a message to them to appeal to them. According to the calculation calculation that trump campaign is making is with some of these racist charges so that even if this summer if if it's held up against the standard of other presidents and their summers before before an election year even if it doesn't seem like it was a high achieving summer that for him and what president trump is trying to do in the path that he sees towards reelection and in some ways it might have been a very effective summer. That's right i mean he. He certainly thinks it was an effective summer. I happen to think it was a summer. That tells us a lot about what the next year is going to be alike in that. There's not a grand plan here. There's not really much of a legislative agenda. <hes> there aren't that many concrete tangible things that are getting accomplished at churning from crisis to crisis to crisis in feud feud and trump lights that frankly that's how he won in in two thousand sixteen as he he drove the news cycle every single day and he stoked grievances and he pitted against each other and it worked to his benefit and there's a calculation and that he could do that again but it's not what you would traditionally call governing but when it comes to actual legislative action and passing bills with congress. Do you expect to see see that starting. This fall not much <hes> and part of that is just because of the partisan divide in congress right now one

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This Digital Sheriff Helps Cities Wrangle Airbnb Rules

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:12 min | 2 years ago

This Digital Sheriff Helps Cities Wrangle Airbnb Rules

"Airbnb and other short term rental sites and they seem like a great model right one person gets a place to stay on vacation the other get some cash for loaning out their home but there are now l. more than a million rentals in residential neighborhoods and this is creating problems for cities and towns n._p._r.'s chris arnold reports on an entrepreneur who is trying to tame this wild old west rental landscape. There's a new sheriff in town. Actually a lot of towns in his name is been zor yeah or req- been sir okay and it's all rick yeah. Orrick are use it or oregon. It's fine danish name and it's weird. No one could say okay. It's not so weird but anyway binsar works in silicon valley and all this started when he and his family were flying back to denmark to visit relatives he used to rent his house on airbnb and that pay for the whole trip threat but then his town band short term rentals like airbnb. He's basically no debate. Just sort of wasn't agenda item. No one knew about it but eh. I saw it in the newspaper. I obviously interested mostly out of self interest at the time. You're like hey wait a minute. This is paying for my trip back to to europe yeah. Exactly that was exactly what happens. I thought why ban airbnb rentals. I mean this is hurting me what's going on so he went to a town meeting started reading up. This is four years ago and he realized that cities were really struggling with short term rentals here in nashville. We had a problem sean. Brace dead works in the code enforcement department hartman in nashville tennessee and he says for one thing. It's been hard to get home owners to get rental permits pay taxes on rental income but also says that nashville is a big party tan dan and so we would have problems with <hes> essentially party houses that would you know try to pull as many beds into one house as possible and cram grams many people in there. The city was getting complaints about what was going on in the house or the yard next door. We've had complaints about people allegedly. <hes> having sex parties parties to doing all sorts of things within a short term rental properties city only allows airbnb type rentals in residential neighborhoods. If the how's your primary residence must cut down on investor own party houses or just too many investor own short term rentals but brace it says the rules were hard to enforce for one thing you often not the actual address of the property on a say until you agree to rent it so all rick been zor back in california -fornia. He realized cities tried to enforce this. It was like bringing a knife to a gunfight right the traditional way that cities managed compliance is a very very manual method right so these intially go and do a drive by or they try to book the property so they can get the address and then they catch him and sting operation shows like you can't do that when you have thousands of these right so so bins or saw an opportunity to use his technology background to help get all this under control he he got some software developers on board and they knocked together a barebones startup company we went out and started talking to <hes> to cities and very quickly got to <music> something like twenty customers like within a couple of months fast forward to today and binsar says his company. It's called host. Compliance is working with more than three hundred hundred towns and cities across the u._s. and canada nashville is one of them. The city is using technology to see if properties on the short term rental sites have the right permits abets back in the nashville permit office brace that explains they crawl the internet <hes> through those sites and then they matched those up with property records. <hes> <hes> assessor of photos of the front of the properties bizzare says it's company uses artificial intelligence software to figure out the address on the owner then ed people renting without a permit or told to get one or stop renting and in nashville raised it says just two years the city is bringing in fifty percent want more money each year in short term rental taxes and the crackdown has found two thousand five hundred rental operators who were breaking the rules so what is airbnb itself think about all this spokesman christopher not didn't wanna talk about any one specific company but we just don't think that the best approach approach is for cities to turn that responsibility over to another company whose responsibility is to tattle on people not says there are privacy concerns and he says well. You know what's next. Our city is going to start hiring companies to check if you buy a sink at the home depot that you've gotta plumbing permit alright. Bender answer says look. He knows that airbnb any other sites are not his biggest fans but i think in the long run they all realize that if this is just a wild west the pendulum liam is gonna swing the other direction and there's going to be so many restrictions that it will destroy business airbnb has been getting a legal battles with cities over among other things how how much information it needs to hand over four enforcement bizzare says his company let cities get around that tug of war and get what they need to enforce the law chris arnold n._p._r. News.

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A Review of Stephen King's 'It'

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

A Review of Stephen King's 'It'

"Today. We're discussing it star orrick harry anderson dennis christopher where should missour- annette o'toole. Tim reid john ritter and richard thomas special appearance by tim curry. The as pennywise was lonnie anderson busy like we're. We're all the sitcoms. What isn't a horror movie could get alan thicke directed directed by tommy lee wallace who does more comedy than horror no halloween three now. I guess depending on how you slice comedy. This is the the now playing co host. That's down to clown arnie and stewart and this the host who still insists he sees the ghost jacob. We're here a movie that has been so requested tested even before we started doing stephen king and then once we did. I can't count the number of times i've heard have you guys reviewed it and this is going to be the show with the most fun inflection an ever as we constantly emphasize the proper noun it yeah it is it for me. It certainly was the steven king book that i read that maybe wanna go back and read everything that he had written part of the appeal was i had just turned thirteen sixth grade and i had never taken on a book as is big as that book. My dad was a member of book of the month club but then showed up like a phone book on our doorstep over a thousand pages fourteen hundred pages weighing over four pounds at retail and you know aliens had just come out the month before and a movie and this really kicked off my horror movie phase like these were the things things that made me get so deep into horror in my teenage years i had talked to you about stephen king before this. I remember bus rides talking about it and then i remember one day you showed me your copy of it and there was a character who killed himself and you're like and he wrote this on the wall and there was a drawing join in the book. I'd never seen a book that had a drawing in it where the text goes. It looks like a letter age and i'm like i don't get it was an age. You're like no. It's it's the word it in blood and i'm like oh. That's pretty cool fast forward six months. I moved to florida. I didn't know a damn soul. Twelve hundred page book was exactly up my alley. I read it summer of eighty seven and that's the last time i read it until this year when i reread it for these reviews and i am once again the king newbie or the never have been i have not read it but i do feel like this is the one yes sure there's the shining but when i think of the shining i don't i think of king i think of kubrick the same with carrie i think of those movies but it because until two thousand seventeen eighty didn't get good adaptation. We'll talk about the nineteen ninety-one anyone but i do feel like this is the steven king book. I mean it's the scary clown which sure there's john wayne casey but this is such a trope. I feel like in horror now. I'm i'm sure this is a weird originated but i think he did popularize that whole concept. It's funny. You say that i was going to ask you. What's the first thing that comes to your mind. When when you think of it i wanna just put out there. One of my favorite things about stephen king and his first decade of output was to look at the cover because there were so many of them and i never knew what they were about hadn't seen many of the movies so it was fun to try and decipher from that picture on the cover. What is this one going to be about it. First edition hardback did not have no clown on it. It had the alien hand right clawed hand. It looked like a gremlins movie. It looked like he was was reaching his clawed hand out of sewer grates and that's how i read it.

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Historic Flooding Devastates U.S. Midwest

America Trends

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Historic Flooding Devastates U.S. Midwest

"His his store. store. Orrick flooding along the Mississippi River continues, especially in northeast Missouri. And the governor there, Mike Parsons says something is different these days as these types of floods are happening more and more than they did in the past been one of the wettest springs. We've had here, lots of things factor. But I still believe that the states need to have a seat at the table to be able to discuss the management of both rivers, Mississippi, Missouri. That comes through our states parson yesterday touring the damage in several cities. His office says twenty eight levee breaches have been reported statewide. And the Mississippi River has crested the second highest level in history in Hannibal, and the third highest level on record in canton.

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"orrick" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on KTOK

"Dow he was a man who's been recognized as way deals best the recipient of not one but two Christie's Marconi awards put his broadcast, the one and only cutting head cutting into American back this son having mixed last Sunday night, but I called in as a guest on my own show. And I wanna think Gary Jeff Walker for pinch hitting for me, but little matter of personal show privilege on April the fourth I had a Orrick valve replacement surgery at the Christ hospital under the leadership of a world class cardiologists named Dr dean Cariocas, and my journey that I took in this particular event, I think is the lesser tive as to the debates in Washington about Medicare for all. And also, maybe a lesson for you to learn seven eight years ago, you know, might know, the Chris Collins were-they Hollywood NBC broadcasters, a personal friend of mine, and he owns owned continue stone. I believe. Place called pro skin. And he gave me a bit of a discount. He said you and your wife to go there and get all get all scanned up. And I said why not? So I went there about eight years ago and doctor told me for the first time I had something called it by cusp at a org valve. I said that doc docket pro scan and Cincinnati I said what is by cusp. It a already valve by this point. I'd run New York City marathon twice Iran, Bermuda, Iran. Honolulu twice. Ran the pig marathon in Cincinnati half marathon, once I played high school and college basketball and baseball, a single one handicap in golf live, very active life. I said, well what what what is that? Well, means you have two leaflets instead of three as what do you mean? Leaflets little flaps that open and close if you think the heart your heart in my heart beats about one hundred thousand times per day and pumps about three gallons of blood per day. And all that blood goes through leaflets, and they ordered foul. This four valves in the heart. The main valve is a Arctic valve that spreads oxygenated blood throughout the entire body. And he said twenty percent of patients like you with. By custard valves, never need surgery. The great majority do because they were out and they attract calcium more than other vows. Nice. Oh, gosh. So I found Dr dean Cariocas Okkas at the Christ hospital because they have such a great reputation much like the Cleveland Clinic a world class facility. Much like mayo much like New York Presbyterian much like the place that Mick Jagger went and Miami, Florida. They after I had my surgery or not surgery procedure. He had his so every year. I'd get an echo which determine my junction factor. Which is how much blood is coming out and how fast it's coming out about an October November doctor dean Carioca said the moments getting closer. You better see me in January February I was going to blow it off my wife stayed on me in January. I want to see him January thirty first what about three months ago at that will live in infamy for me. He looked many I said Willie. That's my name Willie. You have to have this thing replaced within the next two to three months. I said come on doc. I feel great. I just shot twice in Florida and Naples. He said no you need it replaced. I said let me show you something. So he goes to computers hits a few strokes and says, here's your valve. And I'm looking at it. And I'm watching it open and close, and you said you see how much that's opening it should open about the size of quarter, which is like three quarters to an inch. Another words opened a lot. Because all the blood of your body comes through their yours is opening about an eighth of an inch. I'm looking at said, that's me an eighth of an inch are you having symptoms as well? You know, I feel a little tired. I've had a little. Outs dizziness that I thought was attributable to some allergies. He said, no. That's it. Right there. We got to replace it. I said, okay. What do we do doc is that we got door number one and number two? I said, okay. What's behind door number.

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"orrick" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"State water expert, Chris Orrick says five hundred eighty billion gallons of water helped pad California's made reservoirs after mostly dry season. We went from five years of historic drought to one of the wettest winters on record between sixteen and seventeen. And then last year, we're slightly below average. So, you know, there is fluctuation. He says the only thing constant about the states climate is how much it changes. So people should still be cautious about conserving water a drama teacher at Costa Mesa high school has been arrested in a child sex case police say Brandon niece was busted on suspicion of committing several lewd acts on a thirteen year old boy starting in twenty eleven niece has been involved in community musical theater and dance at a camp in Newport Beach. He also taught dance boys and Girls Club in Tustin and fountain valley cups because of nieces access to children. There may be more kids who had inappropriate contact. With him. As a bad. Oh, there's another one firefighters from L A inventory counties have been taken batting practice at Dodger Stadium. Naomi Rodriguez with the dodgers says it's a chance for the firefighters to have a great time. And forget about the stresses of work. The dodgers are part of the cultural fabric in Los Angeles. We know what we mean to them. 'cause they mean that right back to us. We're heart of each other story county firefighter. Knicks Sherwood took some swings on a dodger fan my whole life seen on the loads level with my pops. And then being able to do it yourself is just it's surreal. It's amazing. Rodriguez says the dodgers plan on holding batting practice for firefighters. Every year. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has postponed the state of the union speech. She says the house won't pass the required measure for President Trump to give the nationally televised address until the federal government's fully reopened. Trump initially called Pelosi's decision, a great blotch on the country that we all love and said he'd plan on unattended alternative event to Tuesday speech, but he later greet to wait for the shutdown to end the mother of a ten year old boy in Kentucky says her son committed suicide because he was constantly bullied even talking about it in in letting him express himself. There was still a role that he couldn't let us in. Jimmy, Charles says her son Steve seven bridges was bullied because of a medical condition that forced him to wear a colostomy bag. Charles says that she found her son's body over the weekend hanging in a closet. She says she hopes sharing her son's story encourages other parents to talk about this bullying to talk about the pain. A political opposition leader in Venezuela's declared himself. Interim president Venezuelans have been protesting since the dictator nNcholas Maduro was sworn in two weeks after possibly unfair election. Vice president Pence posted a video message. Tuesday, nNcholas Maduro is a dictator with no legitimate claim to power. He's never won the presidency in a free and fair election. And he's maintained his grip of power by imprisoning. Anyone who dares to oppose him and says the US supports the opposition leaders moved to assume power and challenge Madero Madero says he's breaking off relations with the US and activists and delivery workers have rallied is the port of electronic bikes and scooters in New York City lawmakers they are considering whether to legalize the transportation workers say it would make their jobs easier..

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Christine Blasey Ford, Brett Kavanaugh Testify in Historic Hearing

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Christine Blasey Ford, Brett Kavanaugh Testify in Historic Hearing

"Orrick hearing has concluded on Capitol Hill. Today Sheree committee hearing testimony from both sides on the allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh for you of replaced advice and consent with search and destroy a visibly angry Cavanaugh said that his family had been destroyed by the past two weeks of multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. Christine Boise Ford said that the judge assaulted her while his friend Mark judge egged him on the laughter. The uproarious laughter between the two and they're having fun. Senator dick Durbin tried to get cavenaugh to endorse an FBI investigation into the claims. Welcome whatever the committee wants to do because I'm telling the truth. I want to know what you want to die on. I want to know what you wanna do. And

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Christine Blasey Ford, Brett Kavanaugh Testify in Historic Hearing

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Christine Blasey Ford, Brett Kavanaugh Testify in Historic Hearing

"Orrick hearing has concluded on Capitol Hill. Today Sheree committee hearing testimony from both sides on the allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh for you of replaced advice and consent with search and destroy a visibly angry Cavanaugh said that his family had been destroyed by the past two weeks of multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. Christine Boise Ford said that the judge assaulted her while his friend Mark judge egged him on the laughter. The uproarious laughter between the two and they're having fun. Senator dick Durbin tried to get cavenaugh to endorse an FBI investigation into the claims. Welcome whatever the committee wants to do because I'm telling the truth. I want to know what you want to die on. I want to know what you wanna do. And

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"orrick" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Latino USA

"Orrick who was el paso state representative at the time made an impassioned plea on the floor of the texas state senate he said the trump administration should send a strong message to immigration enforcement agencies that courthouse arrests threaten the safety and security of the community we will not continue to contribute to the safety of the united states into the state of texas if people don't feel comfortable reporting domestic abuse reporting crimes that is imperative for the safety and security of this country and every person who is in this country that we respect all people of all communities regardless of their immigration status ice has not provided to the public any statements explaining why the documents initially reported false information there statement about the incident says that quote cb p and ice take all ellegation involving agent officer conduct and integrity very seriously and hold their personnel to the highest standards of professionalism and personal conduct and quote shortly after a statements the congressman joanne bernal and el paso's county judge sat down privately with ice officials to discuss the details of strays case ice representatives are reported to have promised an internal investigation several months later reports indicated that the us district attorney had declined pursue perjury charges against the border patrol agent we reached out to ice for comment on a stress case but did not receive a response a representative from the oh office of customs and border patrol did respond to my request for comment and he directed us to the original ice press release adding that he did not know if any disciplinary measures were taken against the agents but there's more to the story of why federal agents were interested in his three.

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"orrick" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

Gilmore Guys

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

"I'm joy her have ice would have the correction section of orrick because i was like no i'm still right no that is a really and then a lot of people had out of the region and so true yeah and like the interests me that they don't they don't delve into it i'd love to know like i would be a really cool thing to know a little bit more about it season to i like that they don't focus in on it you know on her sexual on her sexuality because her sexuality is a part of who she is but it's not doesn't define her as a character on on so you need to do a very special episode about ah in donald think vote of envy wild too late august transparent does that they just do a flashback to count over on allison islander waiver but i i do feel like there is something to play with the pieces you have on the board um and so i will suzy's on the board but the the the move you're making with her is like a who's that little dude over there which funny as it may be often times people mistake or constantly for a man who just play with that okay so like that's the joke version of that yeah then do one step further okay what does it mean to be you know on a gender identity spectrum in nineteen fifty eight yeah and have your client i mean like what do you think what do you think fucking ms would how resi react because i i think either way she's not in love with message i don't think it's like a friendship were secretly in love with her that is not my personal read of it now but i think yeah there's interesting things to know but would ms read it that way i mean and in reality because the thing is even if it did happen that way on the show probably our hero image mazel would be like burst that.

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"orrick" Discussed on Nocturne

Nocturne

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Nocturne

"And then things just tipped and two very very sick for a very long time i became debilitated for the better part of four and a half five months and what that means in migraine terms is that you are having a headache debilitating headache for more than sixteen days in a month so the migraine my doctor would call it an orrick migraine which to me is sort of psychedelic in its nature i would usually have an aura ahead of time and then now the or is no longer just something that i would pass through but it was like a predecessor to a very painful experienced getting service in a lot of what i went through for four months was fuelled by fear we never remember this one time i was headache free for like 12 hours now went for a run and in the middle of my run i started having an aura and i just ran home as fast as i could so that i could get in a dark corner uh i was super scared the migrant is a swelling in the brain so if you think about your nervous system your whole nervous system is swelling basically and inflamed and so your whole body is kind of aching and all kinds of things happen i don't throw up a lotta people throw up i do get nauseous my mom would call it withering she would see me when the migration was coming and i would sort of just back up in to myself and i would not be able to communicate not desire to communicate not be able to look upon i everything was hurting in my environment like just being here seeing out your window behind you.

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"orrick" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"I am i right he's the guy that everyone threatening to our commencing i mean everyone hates them ours ed wilson meth is here folks and i will say well it's hop we call them we on our show we come hot engineer wall because all the male you've talked to all the male produces i've your little later i want you to do the monologue from six degrees of separation of it would really make my magic of later on will might regardless of his story i have a good one for a really we'll get we'll wait we tell us now and there were units wayne russia we're going to don't really know it might well tell us okay so as as you all now know my name is will smith and something very strange happened to me recently where the famous will smith who is making a new movie for netflixing called bright bright side yes a he gets on where his buddy cop film or his cop was buddies a fairy is an or and orrick yes if kind of like the bad boys meets looked under the dragons razor out of the net flakes mood in ethics dark only how iit's era a million dollars in this movie that wasn't ninety alienated it wasn't exactly dark it was a well all right i'm not getting this natural honey oil every day i asked well there's more money where that came from yes so this shit getting some really weird so he gets in the social media is and says while finance will smith the famous one he gets on the social media is an says hey guys i'm doing this new movie for netflixing and they want me to do all this promotional material and it's too much stuff and i can't handle it also i need everyone whose name is will smith to get in touch with us below and i'm like it's on because my entire life literally my entire life has been a series of bad will smith drugs tests her so i i email them or i get in touch on twitter and um they asked me to send them an email netflixing us so idea know them we go back and forth a couple of times and they say hey send us a.

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"orrick" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"All right then great zhang cake where we go the we in the wool next up we're looking battle ryan johnson's debut film orrick two it really cruel how the break blood i know went bad but it depends on it now you got out vape slow down good no emily said words i didn't know so may say chech drake no tung tung my drink like milk and vodka pain you know the qinfeng dope real big time what are you going to do she has for might help sworn in no she's okay so it's first team start shaken things up yep film club this week in celebration run johnson's the loss djeddai digging up his debut film brick which it it was did he invent unusual rule with this david highschool nor well i mean it reminds me of a bit bugsy maloney boxing relearn probably the closest the you can get to it but um allen polka spokesman indeed moon um moms alan parker's he is he is he's told me he solo round dinner at his first serie 40th anniversary bucks loan thing dd fiery sale last year then he he did he do for far from madding crowd recently on are not for men crowd one a m taylor t says the lord dickens adaptation with rough finds maybe that wasn't him some getting people feasting no or a flashes around there he's he's in boxing alone he's baby face text what cha is textile schramm books mona good good knowledge a bit but break right okay so uh what did listeners make of this so this is cam break all caps thrashed mesh marks nice great choice reverse if a couple months ago first time in years it really helps prize knee while um and i was consent respect which is tasked with our right to teach like okc episode it wasn't cloud and intrigued and the uncut.

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"orrick" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"Oh tommy orrick ofensive line for russell wilson shadow get out of here next question you have to answer the question shohei otani where the seattle mariners or in offense if line for russell wilson otani really i find that hard to believe i thought you were saying shut up like it was obviously get an offensive line for russell wilson now i mean first of all the mariners the drought is longer they need it more i need it more in this is the this is hermina regressing this the offensive line is not that far off at this point they really just need to show bolster the the right side right i really believe that so i i don't think that it says in his desperate times it's been in the past phil like we're gonna have a drop recruit directly from the crunching earlier through that comment about the seahawks defensive live in the nuclear of how exciting was it for you to have and around the horn appearance displayed on the big screen at safeco field that was exciting equally exciting was the bigger person he tweeted me you were just on their by accident they weren't promoting you thank you i had no idea a really appreciated at random man love twittercom great place great dialogue such a great website uh let's ask her rounds question here damn three 23 ask how many years will it take the browns to win sixteen games that's eight nate two eight and eight seasons.

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"orrick" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"Signs debate got orrick signs debate that or i guess all the answers are are so far under presidential qna but for the first time in 2018 were asking all housesenate in gubernatorial candidates across the us so all fifty states to respond to ten questions with additional room for them to address issues directly related to their district of their state simply because the whole idea is that a more an informed public means democracy is working so um so we think it's really important and we're encouraged excited we've that in a few responses so far but we're really trying to get the message out there that were doing this than we need people who would be these candidates constituents on the ground to ask their candidates to respond typically what are the responses we do they seem like beer talking points with some speechwriter road to they seem really cut of genuine from your thoughtful from the candidates with what's the w how seriously do think the candidates or taking answering these questions so it's all over the place we have some answers that are people that like they're so articulate anything to really have a grasp of these issues that they or their team member is working on these issues for them really seemed to have a plan for if they come to into office on their spokes who i honestly think maybe sat down one night and just tried to answered i'm really quickly and that's fine 'cause at least they're participating and we've had candidates from barack obama tip now president trump responded frankly i was i was surprised and delighted that before shia before election day that we had president trump respond to twenty science policy questions i can't say that he stuck to every answer that he's given but i think a big point of what we're trying to do is make the case that you know scientists very politicized it's very partisan but science impacts everyone so it's just as important for candidates on the red side of the ticket as it is for candidates on the blue side of the ticket and even libertarians and independents in others to address these so they come into office.

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"orrick" Discussed on Accused

Accused

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Accused

"Verses william orrick we've appearances lease assessment restaurant signing on behalf of the commonwealth linda smith you on behalf linda smith had worked as a public defender both in state and federal court she is snarky and irreverent in smart as a whip full disclosure i like to right away when i first contacted her about this case a talked in generalities about why i'm interested in wrongful convictions i mentioned concepts like confirmation bias and irrelevance of innocence she completed some of my sentences she did that while swearing we got along well but i also warned her that i was approaching this case though virgils actually innocent because his conviction has been vacated he is legally innocent but i'm well aware that innocent people beat the system sometimes smith welcome the challenge she said that she struggles with every single case she ways she doesn't want to put the innocence project reputation on the line or waste it's resources on cases that she might be able to win in court but that involve people she thinks are truly guilty she's not interested in releasing people on technicalities she's trying to get innocent people out of prison this is a point she made time and again over the seven years she represented william virgil in court most of those hearings were centred on our efforts to get a judge to allow biological matter and virgils case to be tested to see if it match virgils profile the kentucky innocence project has reviewed thousands of applications judge we do not.

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"orrick" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"At a question that might help us understand the origin of monsters is why do we keep creating them like why can't we stop making monsters even if they make us feel the putatively negative emotion of fear well i think that they're kind of like cocktails right yeah like there's a there's a basic reason that humans consume alcohol in his obeys agrees in humans consume various other elements that have specific case but we can't stop coming up with new combinations of new novel combinations that will give us the same and then in in increasingly varied experiences based on that original we like to fear and so we're going to continue to to tweak what makes us feel that that tear but do well okay so that's one theory you could say that we'd like to fear yes i think there is another possibility which is that we don't actually like to fear we like something else that comes with fear that fear has sort of a of a secret hidden cousin whenever the fear pathways in the brain orrick knighted there's something that happens along with that and that's the thing we like and we mistake it for its cousin the the fear the main emotion so let let let's look at him an example and see what we think one way to study the biological roots of horror monster earlier of monster fear would look at the behavior of a person who's incapable of feeling that fear and strangely enough such a person does exist asthma points to the case of this person known in the scientific literature only as s m who is a woman with horror blindness sm has a brain anomaly she has focal bilateral amid deletions and because the amid delays so bound up so important in generating the brain's fear response these lesions mean that sm has an extreme fear deficiency sometimes characterized as the complete inability to fear and researchers have tested her with all kinds of fear inducing stimuli like haunted houses horror movies snakes and spyders and these experiments showed that for sm what would normally be horrifying stimuli were indeed attentiongrabbing but did not cause avoidance behaviors in fact.

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"orrick" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"At zinc absorption and often with at people with power noyer they have low levels all and this particular i make a sex and once we started race legs that helps with serotonin production and helps of gabar production and i mentioned earlier how the neurotransmitters a tied to mental imbalance in pms the power loria protocol also helps with app you may stop symptoms and in is a very interesting connection with introversion a lot of people say well i'm an introvert really lack socializing lacked to stay higher malak one on one interactions and this is exactly what empowered orrick is it's in a oneonone interactions you deadlocked big crowds and i've had a lot of clients get on the power royal protocol and they say will i'm i'm more able to socialize added fuel son comfortable in social sittings i can mix of people say is going back to us it idia rethink some of these are some of things that we born read that it's operationality bent often we can find a by chemical underlying goals that's really fascinating because certainly like social anxiety or being an introvert is not something someone would immediately connect with and imbalance like that but that's really fascinating that there is a physical connection and also about the empty yet mta jaffar that was something i delved into that world i am after finding out that i was headers i guess for one of those mutations and it makes sense um it actually made sense in hindsight a lot with uh why i always felt terrible i took full of gas id and why i needed the methylated forms but realising of course if it makes sense if you have a kind of a broken link there in your mouth leeson cycle in your body is not able to break down these nutrients.

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"orrick" Discussed on Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"And it's one that raises some really cool questions that that we're gonna come back to towards the end but first there's a more urgent matters to deal with because thanks to the big superhero knocked down the device the big radiation device made of stolen weapon parts is going to blow up and as caliber wants to destroy the machine to save everyone around zola will have none of it though because he's trying to do important science your stuff so he animates the clones and they all attack that's right he's going to save the human race if he has to kill every one of them to do it yeah exactly so kitty pride doesn't want this to happen obviously so she uses her electronics disruption phasing power to face through part of zola slash walsh which of course releases the green cyborgs identical robot monster that was inside the device okay wait what the fuck orrick so apparently this is called the shepherd and this was a giant robot monster that she made just in case the clones you know got up a lion okay so this is this is from the fusion universe where humanity fuses with the rivers and become sort of collectively teknor ganic oh yes the green under the exactly what this reminds me of is in despite the second spiderman movie you know the tobey maguire one where dakak basically hasn't evil switch on the back of his neck and when it accidentally gets flipped then he turns into evil dr octopus instead of good dr octopus his arms become right and in this case it's his green cyborg technical robot monster thing that up fights everybody this logic makes me so happy i love when super villains don't make sense except in the sense of being super villains and thus i i also am intrigued by the implication that this was the stolen weapon part this big tentacled monster this is definitely an age and mode of warfare that i feel like we have not yet reached and i kind of hope we never do that's probably for the best but i just love the logic i mean should i locked the doors so the clones don't get out there i'm going to steal me a big green monster.

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"orrick" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on The Science Hour

"Now at last canibalistic caterpillars are keep promising in my youth among my favorite things to read where the asterix books comic stories of the ancient goal endlessly battling seizes roman invaders in one of them there's a character the secret agent whose woods also poisonous he's able to get the best of friends to turn on each other some point the roman soldiers forget that ghoulish enemies and stopped fighting amongst themselves well this week i learned something similar in crop pests caterpillars plunked the taco said half the ability to get caterpillars to eat each other and not the tasty leaf they're sitting on my problem with this i told off on orrick was i didn't even know that caterpillars had any tendency to cannibalism it's true rolling it turns out that many organisms will eat members of their own species in the lipid after up near the group that includes a caterpillar i studied 48 species have been documented to be canibalistic in some capacity now the reason with talking about this is because you've been studying with a plants can make caterpillars actually eat each other if more is that right that's correct yeah when animals are scared the first option available to them is to run away run away and hide plants don't have that option a hint so as a result there are many interesting chemicals that plants produce that we think are in some way linked to defence and a lot of those chemicals are things that we think of as spices are flavors you know when you eat a cabbage and you have that the sort of burning sensation in your mouth from a hot cabbage well deserved glucose in elites and those are plant defense compounds cigarettes for example you know nicotine is affectively a toxin that evolution airlie was meant to deter insects from eating tobacco plants so what i find really fascinating and something i've been working on in the last few years is there's this tremendous body of interesting research that demonstrates that plants will use information from their environment and begin to change their chemistry to defend themselves and it can also change the decisions that urban wars make in the most obvious decision is that they decide to eat less plant.

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"orrick" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"And it can be expensive and timeconsuming to do that if you get your dad to voluntarily relinquished the checkbook in the credit cards it is a much smoother process in preserves money they would have to be spent otherwise we are very very prepare for orrick act wrightson none of you are responsible for the bills that he is run up so you know those he won't have the they can't come after any view credit card companies the banks will try they'll try to kanu into thinking you're responsible you're not responsible they're very very rare circumstances where a kid could be held responsible an adult child for the expenses of apparent in those would usually involve where some we could make a strong case that this spending was for the benefit of one of the four of you instead of for your dad but but otherwise you're not legally responsible for his debts when he passes away do you know does your dad have a will army a rally at the living lowering our haven medical advocating now that so the cursory will who does it say is the executor executor ix wow you get to do everything tank how well so as executor ix your responsibility when that time comes will be to figure out what your dad has and what he does and you that will be your responsibility is to parcel out and there's a priority of who gets in who doesn't but is far as responsibility for unpaid debts that is not a responsibility of the heirs habit number one thing i heard from you you gotta get on that process that we did as kids.

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"orrick" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"All right did i make you feel too much like a mental health counselor i know i i am not trained in this i am whole i hope that i'm not giving a bad advice but i think that it's pretty safe to say that talking about these issues and being aware of them and knowing that there are resources that you can you can go to you know i i think that that's a really valuable take home lesson and it's something that i feel confident enough saying oh if people want to contribute say to the work and life them should they right to you it's not quite to me but we have an address that site harir editor that's sc i career editor at triple a s dot org and we would love to hear your stories about what's going on in your life and career and what challenges you're facing anti euro overcoming them and if you want to hear more about careers on the podcast just let me know this is an experiment science podcast at trip last out orrick or tweet to at science magazine thanks rachel thank you as great talking to you regional bernstein is the editor of science careers in that concludes this edition of the signs podcast if you have in common so suggestions for the show right assent signs podcasts at eight s dot org or tweet to us at science magazine you can subscribe to show on high tuned stitchers many other or listen to us on site show was a production of science magazine jeffrey could composed the music i'm sarah crespi on behalf of science magazine and its publisher to bless thanks for joining us.

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"orrick" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"orrick" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"Figures out doesn't get erased so the written record allows us to add quantitatively to humanity store of information but the thing that the flint affect suggest is that it also adds to our ability to think qualitatively like we can think better essentially at least with regards to what is tested by iq tests which is your patternrecognition reasoning ascend right versus with them like you don't have davitti life experience it's like quickly determining a spa pattern by look right a sequence with banks but i will say there's a recent study orrick at one or two actually that i looked at this morning that are saying that it might be levelling out are you aware that i've heard that that it might be levelling in some countries rate in the most advanced countries like our home yeah but my thought is that's because in iq tests obviously you're not allowed to use your phone or computer it i really think the next phase of the flint affect is now we're becoming cyborgs and we just don't recall at that but that's human intelligence is continually increasing but i you test that test just how much can your meet brain do are becoming obsolete because who lives with only their meat brain at their disposal you have your phone brain as well i'm not going to decide if it's true that were levelling out okay just yet until like another generation comes along and is able to be like yeah we're not as smart as you guys or rear in her fame intelligance were the first generation that hasn't been an improvement i wouldn't be surprised if that was a feature of the flint affect where each generation says ads levelled out were now this leg area snyder with us stopped with us because very any of that is kind of the thing that we would like to leave i think a really good illustration of this that we talked about in the first episode so quantitative information lake the generation that invented the plane then gives birth to a generation that invents rockets that going doubter space so those earth learning that build on top of each other.

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