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"oshawa" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"And she keeps leaving her number. I mean, you could get a studio giggles or something. Their own exit is Alternative bump music Friday. That's guy named Freddie Goldsmith. I read some of the best songs ever. Nobody's ever heard of him. Well, a couple of people With a secret handshake have but not many. It's a bitty Oshawa video. Chua. Yeah, if you if you paid attention to the story there, the storyline is, he answered an ad for musician. They met the parking lot. They hooked up. They started doing bar gigs every every Roadhouse. They could get to buy a car, and then they hated the music. But he knew everything. So he was actually the gifted player. I'm sure in the band, which means nothing because this Mick Jagger said it ain't it Ain't it's the singer, not the song. So that was that's pretty good story. The other one he does, which we're not going here today is do something crazy. We've played that before. He's uh He's with some girl in a hotel room. And he says, do would you please do something crazy? Put throw, throw a shot glass against the wall through something to the one Just remind me Of of my ex love that I'm here trying to lose sight of by hanging out with you Do something crazy again. Gifted songwriter. Uh, This summer is going on right now. It's hard not to, uh, not to comment on it, given that its alternative bump music Friday, But man, it's absurd. What's happening right now? Everybody likes to meet my put up there, stealing less left and right about Joe Biden transposed with what's his name there? Ben Franklin. Again, Ben Franklin's and those that give up freedom for safety deserve. Neither Joe Biden is saying this is not about freedom. This is about your safety, and that's pretty much what he did Get in line. Shut up. Isn't it the way it is now, It's just about everything in this society Now they haven't made us start wearing masks to go shopping like this before. Remember you. You would literally get ratted out, people would come up. And yell at you. In a food store or the Costco. Alright, uh, Sam's or whatever they say we're not going to wait on you. We won't check you out. Let's put the mascot now. They're saying they strongly suggest that you were the mask. They haven't come out and say that you have to, but they strongly suggested what's the next step? And I don't know if you've been listening. But Biden has been flapping his is close to senile jaws. About they're going to force anybody in business and private sector to take take the shot to take the experimental drug. They're gonna They're gonna make it happen somehow interacting like it's perfectly normal and the zombies are going along with him thinking it's perfectly normal. We're in some scary ass times, boys and girls. Scariest times. I hope you got all your survival stuff together because I have a feeling at some point. You're going to be spending a lot of time in the house. You're on the edge. It's alternative bump music Friday..
"oshawa" Discussed on Uncommon
"It just doesn't work like that now. Autumn high voice right. I don't care if you make money on. Kyw my vision. I don't expect to make money. But i just made eighty six thousand dollars in the big deal that only two also. It's taken me ten days. Hatha yeah this is the process. This the hassle grinded off on three. And i work to ten. Pm every night nine pm. They see results unconscious. Need they pick up their wives and my as director. I've only had one stopped Threes on the one. You'll have noticed you like it looking at some of the old logs. There's a lot of like familiar faces in the yes for show and they will come from one from oshawa because they had seen yes i do have i do think elite now this fucked up should by creating some videos out. They hold up because businesses love. Who knows about who knows you and it's about creating that awareness all. What am i try and capture that attention on admitting to it. Yeah i you're quite the that one of the things. I had your quite the being maim so to speak so to speak in this real estate space and i'm intrigued you mentioned before about selling and Know as a nineteen year old. And you have this period of time in the real estate game. Were you just hustling coaling pitching paypal etc. When was it. You said the internet is what made you in this business of the built up all that experience. When was the the flip. When did you realize what year was at that. You realize that social media and the internet was the wife of rich multiple saas not making company because back then there was no agency. Snake probably be ten years ago ninety days to laugh at every time i did something authors. Okay oh my god they're sweep. That's actually talking about these news now. It's reaching out to a bigger audience. And then when. I started making more videos than i had the corporate. That would send me emails. Said you cannot do this. You cannot do this. You cannot do that in every time. I want to do something different. Always please take down that video. Do this do that but had already reached that. That's not new. The power of digital marketing our social media that it reaches apt to so many people. And it's full free as oh. Yeah i'm like you know what. Whenever i stopped one business. I'm not going to be like on fuckers because these guys are going to be behind printouts and they're like conservative if look at for example if you look at people newell creating an open prospections and like dances. They have like nine violin. They have like a million dollars. Things isn't crazy. Should up there and we behind concert. We're not conservatives reno negative at all it just hasn't been. I'm doing it because it's it's a demonic. Nobody else is doing it. D- think they dating that it cost conservative. People forget that they were twenty once people who that they were dirty once people get how much of a hassle they were if they seek the fifty. Mike you start it from somewhere. Darned ever forget. We've come from..
"oshawa" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
"Beam and they do have a nanno. Cbd and They they after they just had certain they had a tincture can oil and solve to rub on your skin Acted like an article but better in my opinion and A couple of other products and then they branched out into into adapted agent so they they have like a clarity like daytime. That has oshawa gonda and rodeo law but then they also have one called dream. Which is the cbd. But then it has like elstein magnesium Hello melatonin and so that is like oh my god that powder is like knockout city. Twenty minutes and it's like. I buy so so i take some so some oils to take an ano. Cbd to sometimes nice sounds incredible. And it's kinda like you talked about before the transition of the times. I just feel like we're in such a time to be grateful for right now where there is so many of these products that are coming onto the market in that are already there and it's all happening so quickly in it's like if you went back a thousand years maybe have access to like one of these adapted jains if you're lucky because a lot of them are from different parts of the world and now we can you know fly them. All lynn make products where they're all combined and it's just for people that are in the know and have the abundance to be able to afford. There's just so much so much to be grateful for with with again where the technology has taken us. It's true and they are expensive. There's no doubt. I mean a jar of something is fifty bucks. And that's just one so you know especially because quality is so important. I mean you know you really. I don't there's probably not. I don't know what the regulations are. But i'm sure there's filler. And i don't i don't know some companies may be Poor sourcing There's really big. I also make wine. So there's a really big difference between like good wine and bad wine right so you brought the good roseola at the bat rodeo.
"oshawa" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"To preach more during the seasons of intensity and build a teaching team take a chill pill in the in the weeks where you're not gonna have as many guests historically speaking and you can sustain this. You know you need to do less philip. Your calendar less you know and focus on four or five things that provide the greatest return on invest. We help pastors bill. A stop doing list. After we've performed a calendar audit. It's a very interesting exercise united. Just help them off. Load things and get give focused just on a few things and it's amazing when you get focused on this just a few things how energizing and more of a passionate person you become when you get focused on a few things instead of being so scattered. It's amazing how it all comes together in oshawa. I think you're sparking a thought here. i've got a theory that i think is right if you if you think pre pandemic most pastors most church leaders. They're in a rhythm of understanding expectations. And what they need to do to deliver their expectation and along comes the pandemic and all of a sudden. Now you're functioning. In a way that it ee. Not only don't know how you can't really deliver the expectation and so there's a little bit of a churn there with. I can't deliver the normal expectation and now with light at the end of the tunnel coming out of the pandemic. You get this whammy of not knowing where things are going to land after the pandemic which means not knowing what the new expectations going to be. And so it's not only. I couldn't deliver the expectation in a different environment. Now as much as i would liked the environment to go back to the stability of knowing the expectation and being able to deliver that expectation. Now there's the chaos of the uncertainty of not knowing if things will return to that stability that i knew of the expectation so the theory is this. I think part of the you know record numbers of people struggling with in ministry with mental health issues in stress and anxiety in different things. I think part of it is..
Jayson Tatum Tests Positive For COVID-19, Boston Celtics Injury Report Grows
"Continue for the Celtics, as multiple reports say that Star forward Jason Tatum has tested positive for the Corona virus, and we'll have to go into quarantine WBZ TV stand, Roach says The virus isn't the only issue that Caesar facing Mecca leave the team's bench looking pretty thin. Tomorrow night. Celtics. We're already short handed after three players will put on the covert list yesterday and now Jason Tatum will be joining them and have to quarantine for the next 10 to 14 days. Multiple reports saying that the All Star forward has tested positive for the coronavirus despite being a symptomatic. He is now awaiting confirmation of a second test but is out for the foreseeable future. Not good. And the Celtics by the way, just released their injury report for tomorrow's home game against Miami. Tatum is listed as doubtful, but also Jalen Brown, Chevy Oshawa and Davante Green all listed as questionable due to health and safety protocols. If they were all out that will leave Boston with just eight healthy players going into the game. And the Celtics take on the heat tomorrow night at the Garden tip is set for seven PM
Jayson Tatum Tests Positive For COVID-19, Boston Celtics Injury Report Grows
"And the Celtics by the way, just released their injury report for tomorrow's home game against Miami. Tatum is listed as doubtful, but also Jalen Brown, Chevy Oshawa and Davante Green all listed as questionable due to health and safety protocols. If they were all out that will leave Boston with just eight healthy players going into the game. The Celtics take on the heat tomorrow night at the Garden typist set for seven
What is Social Sustainability?
"Motivations for living ecoconscious lifestyle were pretty largely fuelled by climate change and climate action and environmental sustainability. Is kind of tricky. Let's first define it. Environmental sustainability can be pretty loosely defined as responsible interaction with the environment. Now what is responsible. That's different for different people but in my view environmental sustainability is conducting life in a way that inflicts minimal harm on the earth. And its natural resources now. I want to take a minute. Just acknowledge that. The word sustainability generally speaking. I think it's a little misleading because it truly just means the maintenance of an action sustainability when we look at like diet culture. Is your diet. Sustainable that means can you keep up with it. Indefinitely so sustainability is a weird word that we've attached to climate action because we don't actually want to sustain our society maintain business as usual. We want to do better. We want to decarbonise. We want to more aggressively achieve. Climate goals to ensure a stable planet so sustainability is really the bare minimum however in last year. We've really begun to open up the conversation around different kinds of sustainability and for good reason. I like to think about different kinds of sustainability kind of like circles that overlap in the middle of that ven diagram overlap. Portion can be environmental sustainability or perhaps more accurately when we're looking at society as a whole or community as a whole. we're looking at a pyramid. hierarchy of needs at the very base of that pyramid is social sustainability. Social sustainability is also pretty loosely defined because it manifest in a lot of other larger societal concerns essentially social sustainability looks at the societal structures in place that allow people to live healthy. Happy lives now. I know that sounds pretty big picture. But let's think about it. Social sustainability will look like things like equity diversity culture amenities so things like your social life type activities but also things like grocery stores job opportunities wellness and health safety community. engagement community. Engagement is one that i liked to talk about because a lot of climate action plans. Actually look at voter turnout looking at social sustainability because if people are active in their democracy. That's an indication that they care about where they live and they care about what's going to happen to it in the immediate future. If you really hide your pick of the litter it's not attractive to live somewhere with really severe inequity or really poor safety or no access to things like grocery stores. An area with these kinds of concerns would not be considered particularly socially sustainable because what incentive do people have to invest in communities that aren't actually invested in their own wellbeing and their livelihood hs. I mentioned job opportunities and someone out there may have perked up and like hey i think that might actually be economic. Sustainability economic sustainability is an interesting term because it can be both personal and societal. So for instance if you are buying a new car every year is that economically sustainable for you can you financially keep up with that but also is a society that relies on frivolous consumer spending economically sustainable. We saw this. During the pandemic people are generally more budget conscious and more inclined to save or maybe skip an extra non essential purchase. So how economically sustainable is it if there are entire industries relying on consumer spending. This is not necessarily saying that consumers shouldn't feel like they have to save a business. I'm talking about the necessity of consumers to spend on entire industries for their maintenance. So the example i'm thinking of is actually taxis about a year or so ago the daily which is the new york times daily. Podcast did a piece on taxis and taxi. Company had at the time opened up a suit against uber and ultimately there were some restrictions put on rideshare companies in new york city. But the bottom line. Was that a rideshare. Company was being seen as competition entering the marketplace. And it wasn't really on the city to protect taxis against consumer choice. That's the economy. That's supply and demand the model of taxis. Just waiting around wasn't economically sustainable. In that instance so the company is pivoted and maybe they lowered their rates or expanded their service areas or did something that allowed them to continue showing up as a worthy economic competitor. That's economic sustainability. Now let's go to job opportunities. Because i really liked this one. This again is a measure of social and economic sustainability. It is less attractive again to live somewhere without job opportunities or at least some reasonable access to job opportunities and public transportation to get you to those job opportunities and are those job opportunities reasonably profitable for you. Are people being paid fairly if someone needs to work two jobs to live somewhere. What does that say about minimum wage or the cost of living and favorite little sound line. One that i say all the time at work. And i've said it before on the show is that you cannot expect people to care about the solar panels. You're putting up in their neighborhood. If they can't pay their electric bill in the first place you are not meeting people's basic social and economic needs. They can't afford to care about the environment. Something we hear all the time when discussing healthy foods in sustainability and food access is the argument against fast food. So let's ask ourselves. Why do families by fast food on a weeknight for a meal. Well maybe it's preference. Maybe people just like it but also maybe it's time are they commuting and they don't have time to cook at home or is it budget because fast food is reasonably cheap when you're considering the cost of ingredients and groceries to make a comparable meal maybe it's access are they're reasonably good comparable options for them to eat out in their community or maybe they live in a food desert and don't have access good access to fresh produce and grocery stores if you're not addressing those issues of time and money and access who is going to listen to you when you're telling them that their hamburger requires the water equivalent of six months worth of showers or that a poor side cow lived their whole life in terrible. Awful slaughterhouse conditions. Just that they can enjoy a dollar menu hamburger. I mean maybe someone is going to be sympathetic in there. And say wow. I feel really bad. But that doesn't address their core issues of why they are choosing to make that decision in the first place that purchasing decision. Why are we not addressing the issue of time and money and access so another example. I wanted to skies which maybe a touchy one. But if you're listening to the show. I feel like i can reasonably assume that we share similar views on defunding. The police and the value in that studies have shown that an increase in active duty. Police officers does not have any significant impact on declining crime rates in an area. So let's talk crime. What types of situations may provoke someone to partake in crime. I don't know if that is the most correct wording but bear with me here. One thing that may drive someone to crime is money so let's talk. Money are their job. Opportunities are their job. Training programs for high schoolers are their educational opportunities and access to those training programs or transition programs and for people who are already working but just simply not making enough money. What does that say again about the minimum wage or how we value certain professions if the pandemic has taught us anything it's that the most essential workers in our society beyond of course our frontline healthcare are those employed in a trade or they're working in food food delivery they're cashiers or the people stocking the shelves. Oshawa barbara said this on our last episode when discussing the fashion industry if people at the top are billionaires and then the people at the bottom the garment maker is the people doing the most backbreaking work on the supply. Chain making pennies. That's a messed up system so bringing it back to crime. Let's get to the root issues. Let's address those social and economic concerns and issues that are driving people participate in it in the first place. Another fun fact. Random example that i learned in the classic city planning book. The death and life of american cities is that street lights and the length of city blocks are really good indicators of crime rates so if there is less light there's less opportunity for a nighttime crime. If you have a longer blocked have less alleyway less opportunity for crime outside of the public eye. And where do you have long blocks. And where do you have a lot of street lights in the suburbs. Not all the time course. But it's a good way to kind of guesstimate crime rates in an area when you think about a bad neighborhood quote unquote what do you think of its poorly lit. There's a lot of alleyways maybe in the scene that you're having in your head and that's also about city budgets and planning and money and time and access. So what are we funding instead of job training programs and education and social services that for these conditions to kind of perpetuate and kind of sink in to the societal structure in that community. So we've been talking about crime for while. But i would like to zoom out and bring this conversation back to the idea of social sustainability meaning that people's basic needs for living stable lives needs to be met before they have the privilege to care about climate change and environmental action and how their daily lives are impacting the planet. We can't tell everyone that amazon is bad and they need to stop shopping there without replacing that with a similarly low cost option or similar accessible option. What's getting to their house in two days are what's immediately available in their neighborhood. Ultimate social sustainability would be a society that conducts business and economic activities that protects both people and the planet when we're looking at environmental sustainability. We want to make sure that people have the means to care about it. Not just financially. I don't want to say that in order to be truly environmentally. Sustainable you need to be buying from. Environmental companies are environmentally backed companies. But that's to say that you have the capacity to care. You're not worried about larger more basic necessities to live stable healthy happy life. I also think this is a really good place to plug intersectional
"oshawa" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life
"Tell me a little piece of advice that you would give my listeners that you know listening to to your journey in understanding what you've gone through on just in our short time together. What advice would you give them. One as they're getting ready to start maybe a new project or new goal and you know. They're a little worried because they failed in the past with it before or they've hit that roadblock in in have gotten stuck in have just quit but they they really wanted to achieve it for whatever that motivation is. What piece of advice would you give them to help them. Move forward is so a really basic piece of advice. Never lecture to an anecdotal act. Sounds credit adding those again. So basically people in kings courtroom are appreciating the game and they're giving a message and that message goes of the make some some assessment should he should meaning that usually education then this other sweaty and should means they are founded to different places but in this game they were found in just one person despite that they said on god knows soon to debate the so they say despite these things well and education what the third thing should be that you should look into is action the along meaning. You should know your duties or responsibilities as someone who's pursuing a target a goal maybe personal or professional. Anything is fine but you should know that these are some of the steps needed in the process and you should be willing to take those Forward you cannot wait for somebody to act on something. And then i'll be live back about. I would definitely remember something. My grandfather always says that not failure but low crime and that definitely if they agreed steering. Means that you will always try to get the upper be more productive. Don't think about things that you've lost. Maybe time resources Or anything like that. Just be looking for would be futuristic as many people as you can't trust me comes back in good faith awesome. Oshawa definitely appreciate the time in. I hope in pray for your success as we continue in hoping that twenty twenty one Could be a lot better You know for you your company your growth. Your family and i definitely appreciate the time for you coming on ensuring your story with myself and my listeners. Back to george. Thank you so much for calling me on your show once again and i have been listening to podcasts. I enjoy them a lot. So i still keep listening to your guest and how you us..
"oshawa" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
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"oshawa" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
"Are you saying that the chronological like the daytime nighttime order of scenes to a certain degree it was almost like you could kind of throw some things out the window a little bit and be like it's okay the the get go. Yeah you know but you then you need to know the scripts and you said okay. Well that'd be fun if we if we have someone getting an avid ten in the moment he would have a low sun coming in yes streaming in through you like. Oh if we put the sun haya we put the light. That's creating the some high then. It's all weird and not fits annihilation. Weirdness they this a high almost top-flight some. I can't remember whether we did this because we won't. This is me solve almost going through that decision. Make impressive where you might be interested. Can we do that. But then you might look script and oshawa five scenes. They need to travel. Needs to trouble. Needs to suggest that they've walked for eight hours to get to the next place and when they get to the next place. We know that it's mid-afternoon. Oh we can't do that. Should we need okay on this time needs to be low and it needs to be more normal. Maybe so i think for me the the the saw them going through the script for you to kind of be looking for you know as far as like i guess clues things that you can try things that you can do and i guess the advantage to go back to. I hope it's your question about the story. All side of things into the advantage of i guess you you know that you're not going to shoot yourself in the foot. I guess because. I know one of the jobs occasionally. You might like something. We've done it like a disc field and then subscription script changes made the scene. You haven't shopped yet. The either before or after but relates directly to that save. You know my time of day then you might have a problem so the shoe is really messed up. The continuity comes in utah. Yeah yeah because you've been a bit you know you bold and all. Yeah we could do this. But i just think probably just yeah i think you can just be bolder with it because you saw no yet. Whatever decisions you're making.
"oshawa" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
"Are you saying that the chronological like the daytime nighttime order of scenes to a certain degree it was almost like you could kind of throw some things out the window a little bit and be like it's okay the the get go. Yeah you know but you then you need to know the scripts and if you said okay well that'd be fun if we if we have someone getting an avid ten. In the moment he would have a low sun coming in yes streaming in through like. Oh if we put the sun haya we put the light. That's creating the some high then. It's all weird and not fits annihilation weirdness. They like a high almost top-flight some. I can't remember whether we did this because we won't. This is me solve almost going through that decision making process where you might be interested. Can we do that. But then you might look script and oshawa five scenes. They need to travel where they need to travel needs to suggest that they've walked for eight hours to get to the next place. And when they get to the next place. We know that it's mid-afternoon. Oh we can't do that. Should we need okay on this time needs to be low and it needs to be more normal. Maybe so i think for me the the the saw them going through the script for you to kind of be looking for you know as far as like i guess clues things that you can try things that you can do and i guess the advantage to go back to. I hope it's your question about the story. All side of things into j- the advantage is that you you know that you're not going to shoot yourself in the foot. I guess because. I know one of the jobs occasionally. You might like something. We've done it like a disc field and then subscription script changes made the you know a scene..
"oshawa" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
"Are you saying that the chronological like the daytime nighttime order of scenes to a certain degree it was almost like you could kind of throw some things out the window a little bit and be like it's okay. The the yeah. That's where you you know you. Then you need to know the script and if you said okay well that'd be fun if we if we have someone getting an avid ten in the moment he would have a low sun coming in your streaming in through you like. Oh if we put the sun haya we put the light. That's creating the some high then. It's all weird and not fits annihilation weirdness. They this a high almost top-flight some. I can't remember whether we did this because we won't. This is me solve almost going through that decision making process where you might be interested. Can we do that. But then you might look the script and oshawa five scenes. They need to travel where they need to travel needs to suggest that they've walked for eight hours to get to the next place and when they get to the next place. We know that it's mid afternoon so all we can't do that. Should we need okay on this time needs to be low and it needs to be more normal. Maybe so i think for me the the the saw them going through the script for you to kind of be looking for you know as far as like i guess clues things that you can try things that you can do and i guess the advantage to go back to. I hope it's your question about the story. All side of things into jr. The advantage of i guess you you know that you're not going to shoot yourself in the foot. I guess because. I know one of the jobs occasionally. You might like something. We've done like a disc field and then subscription script changes made the you know a scene..
"oshawa" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast
"They like a high almost top-flight some. I can't remember whether we did this because we won't. This is me solve almost going through that decision making process where you might be interested. Can we do that. But then you might look script and oshawa five scenes. They need to travel. Needs to trouble. Needs to suggest that they've walked for eight hours to get to the next place and when they get to the next place. We know that it's mid-afternoon. Oh we can't do that. Should we need okay on this time needs to be low and it needs to be more normal. Maybe so i think for me the the the saw them going through the script for you to kind of be looking for you know as far as like i guess clues things that you can try things that you can do and i guess the advantage to go back to. I hope it's your question about the story. All side of things into the advantage is that you you know that you're not going to shoot yourself in the foot. I guess because. I know one of the jobs occasionally. You might like something. We've done it like a disc field and then subscription script changes made the you know a scene. You haven't shopped yet. The either before or after but relates directly to that save. You know my time of day then you might have a problem so the shoe in oil really messed up. The continuity comes in utah. Yeah yeah because you've been a bit you know you bold and all. Yeah we could do this. But i just think probably just yeah i think you can just be bolder with it because you saw no yet. Whatever decisions you're making them and then you don't necessarily worry about the you know the aftermath office. So yeah that's so interesting because you always know the last place where coming from and we always kill. We're coming from here so this will be. We know that these things connect. We're not so worried about everything matching and continuity. That's interesting i we're getting. We're getting deep into annihilation and we're having fun with this before we jump into that on the video segment. There's other things i want to talk about. But my last question for an island before we we come back with the videos was the how much of it was shot on a stage versus location. Because i i really can't tell when i'm looking at exteriors. Yeah it's okay. If you don't remember. I i do i do because i would say it was off the top of my head. My gut feeling memory would be about fifty fifty. I think every day. And i can tell you. What in is that went on the stage.
"oshawa" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"First. Stone Age. Starts in Africa, and then the neanderthals are an offshoot of those that went north and then had a separate evolutionary line. So the argument really is, is that again like I said, Homo Habilis Homo Erectus possibly osceola fifteen. We're the first ones to use tools. That if if if the Oshawa citizens with I use tools as what I'm saying is like, did we share a common ancestor with neanderthals or were they and other concurrent branch of humanity that failed and our one that? We all know humans. Humans and the NFL's are basically like pit bulls. Poodles. Essentially, the same species but one got bread differently in its environment. Yeah, 'cause. 'cause I hear like people talk about it like yeah. Humans and neanderthals interbred at some point. So The same way that you know were concurrent lines of experimental. Nature is experiment not. But but the idea is that neanderthals and. And the intervals, even as a species, how different they were from humans is is debatable but. The exist the homo sapiens essentially neanderthals evolved homo sapiens evolved out of a separate line, but they were close enough that they definitely could interbred right right. Find Their Next week jets were different offshoots that were. Okay Gotcha it's poodles in Pit Bulls. Have little and a pit bull they don't look very similar, but they're actually the exact same animal..
"oshawa" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"That many people. Sorry. Did you know that many people? In Toronto and GTI have already done about a dozen three detours this morning while they were having their coffee. They've got a head start on a lot of people. And some of them will secure those dream houses by noon. That's how you do this. That's why. You have to be part of my daily three D digital updates system so when you. Get up and you start your day. The list is there of all the newest three detour properties that are in the Toronto N. GTA area all the The best places from downtown I've got some starting in the six hundred's. Right in like the young Eglinton area some in King West. A four bedroom house in Whitby in the seven hundred's Properties right across A. Pickering. Von Richmond Hills there Milton oakville east. York Aurora Oshawa. The End Leslie Dill, incredible new property there, von. Riverdale. You name it. It's just. Across the board and again it's the digital. Head Start and that's what you want when you're looking at properties, which is one of the many advantages you get with me aside from the fact that you also get access to any of the new. That are coming up on my system, many of which will only be available to clients of mine as far as the As far as getting the early, information? So you really WanNa make sure that you are part of this system, so all you need to do is just head over to the link. That's right on the page, or by all means had right over to real estate podcast show dot com. It will be on the The rotating slide show at the top, so just wait for the daily digital three D tour button you'll see. Come up and sign up and you're ready to go. Thanks for tuning in hope to see you again soon I'll be updating the system. Quite regularly from this point on..
Travel to Tbilisi and Eastern Georgia
"The traveler. I'm your host Chris. Christensen let's talk about Georgia. I like to welcome back to the show. Tomo and Mexi from food FUN TRAVEL DOT COM who've come to talk to us about the Republic of Georgia's we're gonNA start with intimacy and head east. Tomo it makes me welcome back to the show. Hey thanks as always glad to be on the shore tomorrow makes me Williams. I didn't say your last name. Yes that's not married since we love to see you thank you. I didn't mention that I think because I not used to referring you'd as the same last name and someone makes me. We're on the show once previously in Philippines wherever the Yucatan Mexico you could join. That's right that's right. The more recent episode we have on the Yucatan merita excellent will. Why are we talking about the Republic of Georgia well? We actually moved to Tbilisi about a year ago. It's our third time living here the second time where here. We got married here a few months after that we decided we actually wanted to live here permanently and now we do so. We used to live in Merida Mexico for a while. That's why we talked to you about that a couple of years ago and now we live Tbilisi so when you say permanently. This is permanently from the context of a travel blogger which means more than a couple of months. I think this is more permanent than decisions. Cassia already almost a year and we've got no intention of leaving at this point. And why should someone else come to the Republic of Georgia? I would say the main draw here is firstly. It's quite undiscovered. It's a little bit out of the way for most travelers but it's beginning a huge amount of press internationally recently especially because of the food and the wine. It is the birthplace of wine according to the most recent archaeological evidence. And but yeah and that's eight thousand years old eight thousand years ago. They found pottery stained with wine from eight thousand years ago so at a definitive evidence that it was actually going on. People were making wine and drinking wine interesting. And what kind of itenerary are you going to recommend for US? So obviously there will be some wine to try but there's also a lot of history here because we're right in the e east-meets-west sort of area. We are nestled between the Caspian Sea and Black Sea with Russia to the north and Turkey to the South West and on Mesnier and Azerbaijan to the south and the east. So there's been a huge influence of all these different coaches for the itinerary. We're GONNA start off in the capital Tiblisi and it is quite a big city with a lot of history so this was founded in the fifth century. Ad. So it has been around for a long time. There's lots of different things to see when you fly in on the first day the flights that come in from the US and via Turkey or quite early. Morning arrivals cold yes. So we'd say the first day that you'RE GONNA be here. It's probably going to be a solid half day of recovering and sleeping and then you have like a half day in the afternoon to go out and see some things and then enjoy the evening and then have a secondary Tiblisi. It's quite a fun city and there's a lot to do here day. Three we'd be heading east towards Kakheti. Which is the primary Wine Region? But of course it's also a very historic region that changed hands between different cultures the Persians Arabs. And of course the Jordan's at the moment firstly we'd be heading to the hill town. Well it's a mountain town of Cigna guy the city of La City of love actually a town. But it's very beautiful nestled on a little hilltop with views down the valley and towards the Caucasus Mountains in the distance the next day staying in the wine region and moving too quickly which is right down in the valley. It's like a very central part of the wine region down there where the river valley runs through where the river runs through the Amazon Valley is the name of the valley and then day five heading north through the valley towards to Lavi which is the capital of Kakheti region. Kakheti actually used to be an independent state for a while as well with separate from Georgia. Now it's integrated with Georgia Day six. We'll be heading back towards Tiblisi through Tiblisi. And then there's a number of important historic sites just north of Tiblisi which include the ancient capital before Tiblisi. Which is called mosquito and also hopeless. Which is an ancient cave town slightly to the west of mosquito and also towards. Gori which was the birthplace of Stalin. And this will wind in that area for people who are real wine lovers. You can have some different wine region. They different groups in different regions. Definitely thinks to explore and then heading back on the seventh day towards Tbilisi so that people can catch they're flying out or if people flying out of Kutaisi. Which is the other main airport then heading from gory towards Kutaisi. Which is about a three hour drive so this couple of flexible options bad us the refinery excellent and we'll go back through that in more detail so before we get into that we should say that although it may be undiscovered it's not undiscovered on amateur travellers to other episodes of the first one at least ten years ago and the second one more recently and so we'll put links to those in the show notes and Tillman makes me have listened to the most recent one of those two so some of the things that are mentioned in there they may skip over. We'll see how that works for time but you started us in Tiblisi. Yeah so let's talk about. Maybe doing a walking tour covers some of the attractions. A few of these mentioned in the previous episode. But it's definitely worth mentioning a few of them again just briefly so that people get a general feel for it. Yes I mean generally in Tiblisi. It's this really vibrant city to visit. You can go out almost any time of day or night. And they'll be people out and about doing stuff in a good wholesome way. There's like restaurants that are our opinion as Baas. The repin sort of dining really is a little bit anytime. A food and wine is exceptionally important. Culturally he'll and as I mentioned earlier. It is surrounded by all of these really strong cultures. But when you actually come to Georgia and come to Tbilisi you'll realize just how unique the culture is here as well so there are definitely influences from those other places but it is very very strongly George into the core. They have their own alphabet one of the unique alphabets of the world. Always done that. Okay so some people say that has some similarity to Amin but when you look at it really doesn't lie. The symbols of very very different says a completely unique alphabet and lots of unique words and the way people pronounce stuff tight is one of the hardest languages to learn. For sure will. In one of the things I've always had trouble with with Georgia in on the amateur travellers site is I take every country and I- lump it into a continent and Georgia. I have placed in Europe. But you look at a map and it looks like I don't know what I'm talking about. Yeah exactly I think Georgia in particular would consider themselves Europe and I think visiting. Here's a country. I also would just architecturally and culturally. I would consider it Europe as well definitely like Eastern Europe. But as you said if you look on a map would probably consider it to be Asia. I sometimes have a hard time putting my time zones in I can never find Tiblisi in a time when I'm changing from different countries. It's because it's always like nestled in Asia. But I think I would definitely say Europe and if we head straight south would get to Armenia Iran and Iraq and so Armenia. I would also be one of those that I would put in Europe culturally but Iran Iraq. I was certainly not Oshawa. John is just to the east and Turkeys just to the West. But it's the usual part of Turkey's eight is one of those as you say regions where cultures meet. Yes and I think at least from that perspective. It's because of the Orthodox religion right the Docs Christianity. I founded in Armenia in the fourth century or late third century century earlier than that. Armenia was the first Christian nation the first nation where Christianity became the main religion so it predates Rome becoming Christian in the three hundreds in Georgia was the second country they took on not too long after that. The estimate is somewhere between three nine three twenty six. Ad Different people have different opinions. And that was when Georgia took on the Orthodox religion poorly Al mentioned a little bit about that when we talk about some of the important attractions that relate to that a bit later on.
Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay
"Ocean night for Trainer Care McLaughlin stacking stamping himself as one of the top OP. Three roads in the country at that point is we know he would come back in the Tampa Bay. Derby things didn't go. According to plan that day he would be given a break and then continue on throughout the rest of his career but ocean night. Very very talented and Kieran back in the SAM. F Davis later this afternoon with Alisa. We'd who is another horse. That has a lot oughta talent and Karen with me now on the horse racing radio network here in good morning. Good Morning Mike how are you. I'm well my friend. How about yourself? Great Oshawa lead. This is a horse that you know has ability has shown it throughout his entire brief career. Last time out runner up behind shot ski in New York. Tell me a little bit about Asia. We where is he right now. He's on the van had into Tampa is A really nice big curling colts with Great Mind does everything right and he wants to distance of you know as far as they write the races because we feel like so. That's a good sign for going forward but Unlucky to lose Robson last time it came from well back doc just just missed came out of the race in good shape. I'm talking to Rick Nicholls. We weren't sure what we're going to run. But we're happy to get him back in the talk to that top. Yes it's interesting. You talk about the distance factor in hill as long as they can write the races he debuted at Saratoga. Last August. I at six furlongs. He was fifth that day kind of had an inside trip and then came back at a mile. You stretch them out and boy did he show his true colors that day. He drew rafter win by more than four lancs. Yeah that was a big effort. We knew wanted to go further. Most of the time horses improved. Second can start third start to. Hopefully he'll keep improving. We have to prove today to to beat this independence hall. He's very talented. So we'll see how it goes but we're ready to go. Have you gotten a chance to see independence hall in person. I did see Him I saw his hind feet kicking up The rams no that's wrong. Yeah so tough to the side of my cat is handful Craig job with the horse and these very talented very fast horse today. There's some speed hopefully entertained entertained similarly cross because we'll be well back making along that race track Kieran is different than a lot of surfaces. At least I've been told that Ah from your perspective is a guy who won more than fifteen hundred races in his career that that track at Tampa. Hi How would you describe it vary Sandy. Hi flays Nice job. Sometimes it can get a little bit speedy but today there's there's a lot of patient or raise so a horse going to get an uncontested lead is pretty fair track and the main thing is for us with his source. At this time it was either. Go Up for the withers servers. And you didn't want to go to Al Queda in on a deep hiring tracking them on eight. I start back this year. And and Holy Bull is Speed favoring short run into the stretch at Gulfstream so we didn't really want to that so so we we had to think about it but we side to go here to get started them. We'll we'll make plans after to go next but just this. Hopefully it works out for us. Yeah I was going to ask you. That question is is. You were mapping out his early season course here have you. Have you thought that far ahead is to if if things go well today. Do we stay there for the Tampa Bay. Derby do we go to New York if you really given it that much thought yet or you just get past today not too much but York we will well not do next one. Is the Gotham one mile so We could end up for the wooden Morio there but we have a lot of obsolete in Florida and Tampa so a lot of different options though this take it one day at a time so literally one one day at a time. We'll figure it out. How about the inside post position? Going a mile and a sixteenth at Tampa. Well it's okay It's fine because oncoming from off the pace yep in that one we'll say ground down inside and like I said there's a couple of really fast horses and we might find ourselves even last talks to last but Joel Ario the faster. They go further when I get back. But he's a great rider and times. He's moved well. This hopefully take time at a fast last talking trainer Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network. Karen how do you. How do you approach approach in view these early season prep races? Well like I said we're just happy to get back to the racist. Get Him in a starting gate. Agai- you get a race under his belt and then we take it from there and just see where to go next but you just want to get back to the races and have a good performance. We don't I'll have to win today to still feel like we have a derby horse or of course point that way. It's three zero Tom. Years Great to have a nice. Oh so he'll tell us Where we go and how it goes you know we won't force the Derby on but hopefully takes US A? It's a great eight point and you and I talk well. It seems like every year. Now you and I have a chance to catch up in the spring a couple of times making your way down the road to the Kentucky Derby and that's a great position for you to be in because it means that you're getting live three year olds that are making their way toward the first Saturday in May Have you. Have you changed your approach or tweaked anything over the years in terms of trying to get a horse to peak on the first Saturday in May when you get there. I know how much you want to win it not not really no we We try putting much do the same thing we try to get there. It's a lot about the horse and And you you just hope that you do get there with a nice sound hoarse. And even the best shot to to get their win but We've run fourth three. He Times second once. It's a tough race to win but the price there a quarter of these days also I tell everybody that just to get a horse in the starting gate in our sport is a major accomplishment. And then if you're lucky enough to win a race any race. That's a huge accomplishment to get to the Kentucky Derby current put that in perspective for me. Yes it's very hard to get their twenty horses there and The prep race. It now become come very important because of the money behind them. Two million dollar racing to buy one billion dollars craps everywhere. It seems like so they're important to for a horse down. Nice China when some of these races and the Kentucky Derby the Kentucky Derby everybody everybody dreams about time to win it and It's great to have a horse to that. We think has a chance to get so often when we watch golfers was on the PGA tour. They'll talk about not looking at the leaderboard throughout the round the Kentucky Derby earning spot in the starting gate is based on points as it has been the past ask several years. Do you even pay attention to the points. As you're going down the road or use figure okay. If I got a good enough horse the points will take care of themselves. Yeah that's that's the way you have to look at is. The last crap is so important. And you don't want to run if you're not running well by that but I you know in April roller to you. You made all the points of those races so If the horses takes us there the points of will be earned and you know. We won't not door obviously. We're talking about obsolete because he's in the spotlight this afternoon in the grade. Three Sam f Davis but are there any other cure McLaughlin. Three year olds olds. We should be keeping an eye on. Well we only nominate one other one in that SPA city and he actually runs today and I made some a at Gulfstream and he was second last time and still Green Bay Colt by street cents out of Sarah Louisa. He's that we think he has a chance to to get there. Get his maiden broke today. We could possibly have a horse for the Derby. But it's you know he has to break his bait and that's take us there or the preakness or something or the Belmont. So he's He's a talented code. The only other coat with how he is as good as it gets he is trainer. Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network here and always so generous with your time. I really appreciate it all the best with Odua this afternoon and go get it done. Thank you very much perhaps.
Heat Loss to Night Sky Powers Off-Grid Lights
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne barred switching on the lights at night. It's second nature feature to most people in the developed world but electricity isn't too given in many other parts of the globe something like a billion people on our planet still lack reliable access autrocities think about folks in parts of the developing world that are living in off grid locations and for them. One of the central applications of Electricity Chrissy is lighting and we need lighting the most at night. UCLA MATERIALS SCIENTISTS OSHAWA thrombin solar cells can provide remote wrote areas with electricity during the day but require batteries to store that energy for use at night. Rahman's team has developed a potential solution a simple pull thermoelectric device that generates power when it's exposed to the cool night sky it's made possible by phenomenon called Radiative Sky Cooling Rolling all objects Rahman explains radiate heat and so what that means from the perspective of service. That's looking up at the night. Sky Is Ebel all by itself set out more heat than the sky sends back to it that escapes to the upper atmosphere and even out to outer space and is something that anyone can observe observe at night so if you go and measure the roof temperature on your house in the early morning hours say you should read temperature that is much lower. Dante immediate ambient air temperature Roman reason that this temperature difference could be exploited to generate electricity. His team built their device using an aluminum luminous disk that acts is a radiative cooler. It's cool side faces. The night sky while it's other side is warmed by the air around it. As heat escapes apes upwards a thermoelectric generator converts the temperature difference into electricity that powers a small led light for now. The energy output of the device device is just a tiny fraction of a solar cell can produce but engineering improvements could eventually boost its performance. Rahman sees the devices a compliment to solar providing inexpensive twenty four hour power generation to remote areas of the world without the need for batteries. You can also think about say the polar regions where for several months of the year there is no sun at all so in those kinds of regions this might represent one of the few ways you can actually generate power naturally at night. The research is described in the journal jewel in addition to lighting. Rahman says the device could be useful for specialized applications such as powering wireless sensors and monitoring atmospheric conditions or it could be a really cool way to recharge your cell phone at night. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne Bard.
"oshawa" Discussed on The Dr. Hedberg Show
"Wouldn't be covering a study eddie on oshawa gonda and sub clinical hypothyroidism and hashimoto's disease so oshawa uganda it's one of my favorites supplements up and using it for about fifteen years with excellent results it's really one of the most popular adrenal adapt degen's out there but it has many other uses all talk about those today more specifically for thyroid issues so this particular regular study it's called efficacy and safety of oshawa gonda root extract in sub clinical hypothyroid patients a double blind and randomized placebo controlled trial so this was published in the journal of alternative and complementary medicine so we're actually off to a great great star just by reading the title because it points out that it's a double blind randomized placebo controlled trial which is what we want this is the highest standard for a study like this so the authors begin by talking about sub clinical hypothyroidism thyroid ism and how clinical hypothyroidism it's usually caused by hashi motives disease so they do point that out now it's characterized by a t._s._e. between four point five and ten and most of you know that that's a fairly high t._s._a. s. h. <hes> and also sub clinical hypothyroidism it's actually characterized with or without symptoms symptoms of hypothyroidism so these people will have a high t._s._e. h from four point five to ten and they might have no symptoms and then they may actually also have positive thyroid antibodies thyroid proxies and antiviral globulin so on paper uh they could have hashimoto's they could have hypothyroidism but they could have no symptoms and so that's considered sub clinical hypothyroidism awesome now they may they may have symptoms but they may not so there are direct connections though with sub clinical hypothyroidism and a few few issues the first is type two diabetes also abnormal cholesterol high cholesterol atherosclerosis calcification of the order impaired cardiovascular function and then they may have abnormal heart muscle and nerve function function as well so all of those are connected now interestingly there was actually a full review done previously a really really good study and they actually found that if you treat patients with thyroid hormone who have a t. s. h. between four point five and ten they have sub clinical hypothyroidism that actually had no effect on any of the above risks so if someone has some clinical hypothyroidism and they have type two diabetes it doesn't help at all giving thyroid medication and and it and it doesn't help preventing the development of something like type two diabetes so there's obviously a lot of other issues there at to play with a high t h like that and no symptoms so oshawa gonda it is an adrenal grenal adapation like i said it's been used for hundreds if not thousands of years in air vedic medicine and <hes> traditional herbalists and basically stabilizes your body's biochemistry and the studies that have been done on social gonda have been have found it beneficial for things like adrenal stress fatigue depression thank zaidi inflammation it helps to regulate the immune system it improves low blood pressure and it's a very strong strong antioxidant so it has many benefits now in a previous study this was in rats it showed that ashwa gonda increased t four and t three levels and then in a human study now this was done on interestingly people with bipolar disorder the oshawa gonda improved the t s h the t four and the t three levels and then another study showed that people who are taking metformin <hes> Metformin can cause hypothyroidism and so in this study it showed that Ashwell Gonda actually completely reversed the hypothyroidism both thyroid ism that was caused by the drug metformin so let's dig and dig into this study so this was eight weeks weeks twenty five people and they took off Gonda three hundred milligrams twice a day and there were another twenty five. I people taking the placebo pill so this is what we want. We want people taking the Oshawa Gonda and they don't know if they're taking the awful Gonda or the placebo pill or not. That's the double blinded aspect of the study if they knew they were taking Oshawa Gonda this could actually significantly skew the results because we know in psycho neuro immunology that whatever you believe changes your brain and your nervous system. Your immune system basically changes everything so all of these people had an elevated elevated T._S._A.. H between four point five and ten but t four and t three levels were within the normal range and then they tested the T._S._A.. H T four and t three at the beginning of the study and then four weeks and then at the end that eight weeks so these are the results T. S. H. levels decreased and so that means that thyroid tyrod function improved so if you have a high tea as h you want it to go down that means the thyroid is getting better and it went down <hes> minus twelve point five percent of four weeks and minus seventeen point four percent at eight weeks so good shift not four levels increased by nine point three percent at four weeks and nineteen point six percent at eight weeks so about a twenty percent <music> improvement after two months and then t three levels increased by eighteen point six percent at four weeks and forty one one point five percent at eight weeks so t three had a huge increase after just two months on the Gonda so only one person in the Oshawa Gonda group had side effects from the Oshawa Gonda and they had fever fever cough headache and weakness but this person said that these were really mild symptoms and they were temporary. They went went away very quickly so <hes> really good safety. There's far side effects so the authors conclude that Hat Oshawa Gonda normalize thyroid function and so clinical hypothyroid subjects to a significant degree and the treatment was safe intolerable now they do point out the limitations of the study which is the small sample size and the law and the low load duration of the study so it Talk about that in the paper which I was surprised to see now since this was a double blind randomized placebo controlled the trial I don't really have much criticism of the study other than what the authors pointed out the small sample size and the short duration but that's really the gold standard is a double blinding randomize <hes> with a placebo and so the people in the placebo group nothing nothing changed so that tells us that the actual Gonda definitely worked it wasn't just based on someone believing in what what they were taking was going to work and that's the issue with a lot of the study some of the ones that I've covered in the past on diet and supplements if there's no blinding in group then it's just you can't conclude much from the study so I've used Oshawa gone to like I said in the beginning for many years I use it in harshly motos disease and hypothyroidism. I like the it's called Oshawa gone to select from Moss Nutrition. It will use a one capsule once or twice a day so in this study they took three hundred milligrams uh-huh twice a day so that's a total of six hundred milligrams. The gone to select has five hundred milligrams in one capsule so that's all people people need sometimes just one with breakfast if they're under a lot of stress and if they're having sleep issues because Oshawa Gonda really helps with sleep will add a second capsule linnea dinner this helps keep stress hormones low <hes> when they're trying to go to sleep now you don't WanNa take Gonda without doctor supervision because you could be one of the people that has the side effects and it could if you're taking thyroid medication. It could have <hes> a negative effect on that so let's I'll give you a specific example. Let's say someone is taking thyroid medication like synthroid or armor her nature thyroid and then they add in Oshawa Gonda as as we can see from the paper their t three levels are going to significantly increase and that's that could create a scenario of hyperthyroidism <hes> because of the medication plus the actual Ghana's you wouldn't wanNA combine the two <hes> <hes> just on your own and it also increased the t four which would cause additional issues and lowered the T. S. H.. So you could go back for your testing testing and your t h could be way too low and so the doctor might think that you're on too much hormone but it's really just the addition one of the Oshawa Gonda that is pushing the H. Down and increasing the t four and the t three so don't combine the two unless you're are under supervision now. There's this information circulating around the Internet on Fortunately Abou- Oshawa Gonda and T. H.. One and t h two issues with Hashimoto's disease and also from the Autoimmune Paleo community that Russia Ghana's and nightshade so you shouldn't take it. If you have Hashi motos this is just a complete misunderstanding outstanding of light shades herbal medicines and immunology so the first thing is that consuming night shades in a meal-sized quantity like having an entire eggplant or <hes> tomatoes <hes> the potatoes those kinds of things. That's certainly going to cause a problem. That's a full meal sized portion of food. The amount of any potential issues in an herb in a tiny capsule is so minute that in the vast majority of cases it's just not going to cause a problem and so this is what will happen. Someone might take awful Gonda who has Hashi motives disease and and they might feel like they're not doing well and so they might make the wrong conclusion. They may think that that's because it's a nightshade and they shouldn't be eating it but what they don't understand that it may be completely unrelated to the fact that it's a nightshade first of all and it could be related to the fact their t three levels are all of a sudden increasing and they're t four levels are increasing now. It may not be that it may actually be a subtle immune response to the Oshawa Ghana because anyone can have an immune reaction to an herb no matter what it is summer some people just I don't do well with certain herbs so that can be the other issue now interestingly enough you know I've been studying herbal medicine for fifteen years ears and every single herbal medicine book and expert around the world whether they're an era vedic herbal medicine practitioner or traditional herbal medicine practitioner from all over the World Find issues with it so traditional herbalists <hes> for centuries have used it and recommend it for Hashimoto's disease now. I can't get into a lot of detailed immunology here but basically Oshawa gone to inhibits N._F.. Kappa be so N._F.. Cap Abi is is a compound in the cell that drives inflammation and auto immune disease so Oshawa Gonda inhibits an an F. A. B. so just by taking it you are decreasing inflammation and you're inhibiting auto immunity so you want to decrease an coppee if you have auto immune disease like Hashimoto's so actual Ghana's it's an excellent choice to reduce inflammation and an auto immunity however it's never that simple when it comes to immunology so the another thing to know is that Oshawa Gonda it's actually also pre biotic prebiotics stimulate certain bacteria and certain individuals and so if someone has CBO bacterial overgrowth or if they have despite basis and they take Oshawa Gonda. It's a pre biotic they could be feeding the bad bacteria and of course we know that hat our gut microflora regulate our immune system and they're intimately involved in auto immunity and inflammation so that's another other potential mechanism by which someone could have side effects from Oshawa Gonda and again they may erroneously think that it's because it's in the nightshade shade family or because it's messing with T..
"oshawa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Help keep inflammation and a healthy normal range and the operate flex. I understand that most people listening are not, you know, they don't make a career of the specifics of extraction and all the technology. Behind this. But basically a tremendous amount of science goes into making novel extracts, and this is actually a combination of a few different boss. Well, yeah, extracts that are done to very specific parameters. And we do see in human clinical studies with people with joint discomfort bet for many of them. There's relief, and you know, significant improvement in just seven days. So we believe that a lot of people are turning to CBD products of all different kinds for joint comfort and for just feeling better overall. And so we really felt that we could deliver better on that promise by making sure that we had a hundred milligrams of this operate flex in every daily amounts. You don't having said that you just brought up an interesting question. What can these CBD's super formula capsules with the plant? Based fight all kind of annoyed rich hemp oil blended with the KFI AM sixty six Oshawa Gonda. How did they support our nervous system? Well, okay. This is this is fascinating. With regard to the KFI AM six six Gonda, we see very significant benefits to cognitive function to overall mental function. And that means that good things are going on in the brain relative to bring efficiency, and that affects the entire nervous system. And additionally with tumor, we see that it actually causes our bodies to produce what we call neuro protective factors that is our own internal compounds that actually physically protect our nerves from premature damage so in in many different ways, this really is significant nervous system. Support in the nervous system is our central switching and signaling system for everything. We do to stay alive Chris super formula. I know this can be very helpful people out there listening who want to support healthy, restful, sleep. And we know that a healthy restful sleep is a key part of these big benefits that we're talking about today, the stress the mood the joints muscles. But but let's not forget about our sleep. Right. I mean, sleep quality is is absolutely. That's that's the biggest benefit we have in our lives. Right. I think that that is sort of the less sung heroic dimension of this formula. Steve actually, the majority of adults. We know from endless studies have been done either. Don't get enough sleep. They don't get a deeply restful sleep. You know, they sleep and they wake up I mean, every sleep disorder that can happen happens out there and basically with the KSCM sixty six Oshawa gone, which is clinically in human studies to promote a really deep nourishing profound. Restful night's sleep. And also, the rich soil one of the primary reasons that people take CBD supplements.
General Motors, Antero And Oshawa discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Their General Motors in the union representing most of its auto workers in Canada have reached a deal to keep some of its Antero auto plant open the Oshawa plant was scheduled to close this year. Instead part of it will be converted to a part. Stamping factory location will be scaled back though, and will no longer produce
"oshawa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Nj PRP dot com. So please call you know, again, the platelets that I use its third generation PRP, and and it's third generation because it's so rich and grow factors and even with CD thirty four cells, which are a really type of stem cells that can really dramatically improve your health. It's like getting stem cells in in many ways without the costs associated with stem cells, and it works great. And my patients feel great with these platelet rich, plasma injections. So again, there are so many different benefits. I've talked about hair growth, I've talked about scar treatments. I've talked about the vampire facial the P shot for men the Oshawa for women and it again, it's. What's great with platelets and platelet rich, plasma, it's concentrated growth factors place. Exactly where your body needs. So let's say you have a partially torn tendon, and again surgeries not necessarily recommended for a partially torn tend in because they say, oh, it can get better on its own. But when you place platelets, especially third-generation pure p like using my office, right? Where the partial terriers you're going to get great results. I combine this very commonly with ozone, which also enhances healing. So the combination of platelet rich plasma with ozone is such a great way to use your body's own healing mechanisms to heal tendon, tears arthritic joints, a lot of times they are three joints caused pain because they're a week, ligaments and painful, ligaments around the joint will putting the platelet rich. Ause million around the joint is a great way to improve that arthritic pain. So if you have a ligament sprain, like an ankle sprain or shoulder, strain, again put platelets there, and that sets off a 'cascade breaking a cycle of cartilage Rosen and turning around and getting a cascade of row factors in the area that lead to healing in the area. And it's a great way to improve your health with in a very natural kind of way. And that's what's beautiful about platelet. Rich plasma is it's a natural treatment for for yourself. And it's not just a quick fix its long-term healing. And so when we do a vampire facial, we do a series of two or three treatments and your face is gonna feel great and youthful for on average about two years. And so. So sometimes it needs a repeat after that. But, you know, you're happy to do it because you know, how it revitalizes your skin, and you feel great some people don't don't feel they need to bother with that up treatment. But those wanna maintain their benefits they do it. And they feel great. It's like a it's like a tune-up for the face it, really revitalizes the skin and just use your growth factors to call in. So to give your face that youthful appearance with vampire facial, and again, it can be put around your neck to handle sort of that loose skin around your neck doing the treatment with platelets can improve the skin in your neck, and it's just a great option for your overall health..
"oshawa" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"I lived in Oshawa and studied yoga and meditation. So by the time I got back to Canada. Data and starting new laboratory, I still had no idea. It wasn't until I appeared in front of mind states in Berkeley that I realized how many people came up to me and said, you have changed my whole life. I've been wanting to meet you for twenty or thirty years. And of course, this was amazing to me this was in two thousand and one. So this is the two thousand and one mines days, I think it was a may late may and. So after I made that appearance really was like since nineteen seventy two two thousand one. I know I dear the effects of what I doing. I did it Sheely on my own personal experience. And how important it became to me through all of my visions that everybody must get stoned villain used to say, and that it's a really good thing. At least once in your life to take a look into, you know, you're in a self and see that listening to everybody above you around two is okay for surviving. But if you wanna have deep spiritual experience and know God, you must look within. Because it doesn't exist inside of you. That's that's exactly right. Those those are my sentiments share with share with me. And our listeners the lab that that you put together in in Canada. And and how you've actually were were found out and arrested there and then extradited back to the US. Well. When I was in Canada, someone came up. To me. And they said, you know, a few people found out who I was what I could do. And a and I just basically it was living mining little goal then farming up northern Canada, a peaceful life, and they prevailed upon me to open a laboratory and teach them to make psychedelics which I agreed to do. And we got together, and we did it and we produced. Very fine MDA GMT hell s the and then surely we were. Did few the cowardice of another second pallet chemist named Lenin? You know, when our food the so that was very disappointing. Lavatory was extremely beautiful. We really it was a it was a work of love and it worked perfectly, and we produce superfine sacraments for people to take a lot of ecstasy a lot of pure ecstasy better than pharmaceutical grade and. Is it? And then I was taken back laboratory was one of the finest laboratories that it ever been discovered. And it was so fine lavatory that the Health Canada, his show in charge of the thinking down of the laboratory said that they didn't have anything like this anywhere in Canada, and not even in their own RCMP and level abattoirs and Ottawa, and he was very impressed with what we had. And so made feel full length video of it, which I've got a copy of it's kind of depressing to see them. Destroys something didn't really destroy. But they just made a movie of what was there? And so, but the atmosphere, of course, sad, you know, very terrorizing many people of our groups who seeing this. I don't wanna see that again. It's just too depressing. But there's a full screen version of the full length film of the laboratory being entered and filmed, so that does exist. But I think what things I would like to say about end EMA, which we haven't hit yet is that I think it's very important. And I think that L S T, you know, in the deconstruction of the paradigm that is beginning to be dysfunctional such as United States policies and hypocrisies that you need to start to deconstruct..
Come Work For Us: We'll Help Pay Down Your Student Loans
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from NBC's new drama the enemy within Erica shepherd betrayed her country. Now, she's the FBI's only hope in stopping America's greatest enemy. But can she be trusted Mondays beginning February twenty fifth on NBC the size of the average student loan has nearly doubled over the past decade or so collectively Americans carry more than one point five trillion dollars in student loan debt. And some employers are seeing that as an opportunity they're offering to help repay loans on workers behalf as a way to attract and keep their talent. NPR's? Yuki Noguchi reports carrier Brian graduated from college six years ago with a political science degree and twenty eight thousand dollars in student loans. It was stressful because coming out and having to have a a payment of about two hundred seventeen dollars a month. I it just seems like a lot of money to pay back when you don't really know where you're going to be working how much you're going to be making O'Brien. Now twenty-seven wanted to save for a home or a wedding, but loan payments were her biggest roadblock. I've wanted to be debt free before I got married and ideally come to the table with some savings, then a year and a half ago O'Brien joined Fidelity Investments in Irvine California to work in client relations. She was told that after six months, she'd be eligible to have the company contribute to our loan payments. So I quickly marked my calendar. I call my parents at night and told them how excited I was because I had no idea an employer would help you pay off your student loans such benefits are relatively new and unusual. Only four percent of employers surveyed by the society for human resource management offer it, but you can see why it's increasingly popular, especially as school loans, become a bigger shackle. Data suggests student debt is delaying or preventing people in their twenties and thirties from buying homes at the same time unemployment is low and skilled workers hard to find employers who pay down student loans or more attractive. Live especially to younger workers, Kim Wilem is managing partner at Baker Tilley's human resource consulting group millennial turnover is different than any other generation before. And if I'm able to recruit somebody based off this benefit and then retain them for twelve or twenty four months longer than I'm getting a reward out of that. There are possible downsides often if an employee lease before a certain amount of time, they must repay the money. But while him says that can backfire sometimes what we see is that an employee becomes disgruntled, and then they're working they're simply because they don't wanna have to repay. But many say the upside is big at fidelity, for example, more than a quarter of its worker signed up for the program, which is only three years old. It pays up to ten thousand dollars over five years. Oshawa shrieking Taya a vice president of fidelity says those who participate stay longer at the company for us really focusing on retaining those. People especially after we've invested in training them as a really important thing. The program success lead fidelity to now sell it as a service other employers can offer she train beer ball is director of congressional affairs for the site for human resource management. She says loan repayment would be more affordable to nonprofits and small businesses. If congress makes it tax free for employers and workers more employers might be able to offer student loan repayment as a benefit to their employees, even without the tax benefits. Some employers say, it's worthwhile Madeline Macintoshes CEO of penguin Random House, which started offering loan repayment two years ago. She says about ten percent of the publishing companies five thousand employees participate, including she says older people who returned to school or took out loans for kids. I feel like it has really of outsized, emotional or psychological benefits for employees. I feel like if they were ranking it this would be up there at the top. And I don't think it's the most expensive. It's. Cost the company about a million dollars to date, far less. She says than what it spends on health insurance. You can Gucci NPR news Washington support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
"oshawa" Discussed on WJR 760
"Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner. A glazing of ice has caused a dangerous drive this morning. Many spinouts have occurred some freeway closures and partial closures to in our area. For example, eastbound I ninety four over on Detroit's east side that is closed at last check. And we'll check in with John Bailey. And a couple of minutes to get an update on the closure salt trucks are out, but the roads are very slippery. Even in your neighborhood. You can be sliding around. This freezing drizzle is expected to continue through the morning. Also, a growing list of school closings. This is a school closing day for so many students and teachers Dryden public schools Brandon schools. Manchester in Dexter are closed. The Huron valley and the Clarkston public schools are closed Waterford public schools are closed. Get the entire list at WJR dot com. That's a service a family, heating, cooling and electrical family is not just their name. It's the way they do business. The Canadian Auto Workers have. Staged a third wildcat walkout since GM announced in November that would close several plants, including the Oshawa Ontario plant a thousand workers at the interior products. Supplier plant walked out that plant makes interiors for the Oshawa plant also the Detroit Hamtramck plant two of the plants set to close and the uniform president in Canada. Jerry, Diana, says, the continuing campaign to hit GM where it lives will hurt. GM? Oshawa would be the hardest hit they've got twenty five hundred hourly workers that are set to lose their jobs and five hundred salary jobs at that plant as well. President of Kenya says the as Lama terrorists who stormed a hotel in Nairobi Kenya are dead. But at least fourteen innocence are dead to here's correspondent Sam Kylie on this terrorist attack. This was a very complex.
Canada blindsided by GM closure
"General Motors, planning to lay off fourteen thousand workers here in the US. And Canada is part of what the automaker is calling restructuring move more from CBS news correspondent Bill Ryshkov GM workforce. Reductions will also affect Canada as the Oshawa assembly plant in Ottawa's slated for closure. Prime minister Justin Trudeau tweeted, the GM workers have been part of the heart and soul for Oshawa for generations. He says he spoke with GM's Mary Barra to express what he called his deep