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"pajamas" Discussed on The Fashademix Podcast

The Fashademix Podcast

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"pajamas" Discussed on The Fashademix Podcast

"Us on about fashion. Make sure you join us next week. We have some fantastic guests already lined up for year. We have the ceos of underwear birmingham-based brown can't wait to have a good chat. Wave don all about that brand and we're going to be talking all things influence some marketing exter- please don't forget you can listen to this episode. Lots of other from radio podcasts. On the radio podcast. Channel from radio dot com. Or wherever. you get your podcasts. It enjoyed this podcast today. Don't forget to rate and review us. Really love your support and feedback also make sure you subscribe or follow us. So the next episode of the fatimid gets to you automatically. You can also find us on instagram at fashion. Dimick's do not mike southeast. You copy it a little bit. I i just pay. Thank you for listening to this. Berm radio podcast. Don't forget to subscribe and right this on your podcast app..

"pajamas" Discussed on The Fashademix Podcast

The Fashademix Podcast

04:48 min | 3 weeks ago

"pajamas" Discussed on The Fashademix Podcast

"And i guess because their price points i known is kind of i guess. Higher price points in terms that brought up. It's that's not a. That's one where i guess. Primorac is more while he'd go to buy children's clothing because they seem graphics so it's cheaper it's more accessible absolutely vacated to a wider market. I mean i always get my cotton buds from con pounds from selfridge shave. It's just little things that only need some socks. And i need some new jobs. I don't wanna spend fifty sixty quit in them. But i can pick them up. Fifteen quit brilliant. Yeah and that. Just go by striped background in a lovey circle. To the fact that you know what is what retail are essential elements of the fashion industry. That you know things that you need about access cheap. Yeah probably know even if you can pass prime autism supermarkets. It's still a whole hell of a lot cheaper. Some of that product are no supermarkets have stayed open for that for that reason and when they have kept their clothing available to the consumers but products even cheaper and people are struggling for monet's as because of situations brand log. Prime mark really does provide upmarket absolutely really interesting. I the what's the first shop. Y'all gonna go to absolutely hate. Say them saying this. Probably would be problem use because i like to have a mooch around where i would go because mine goes all right. It's all accessible online. And i've always bought online because the shot zara. Shopping experience is pretty horrific. Isn't it that's word. I love the product of our but in store. Experience is terrible. So i on line. Hey ama- by everything online now because it sells out quickly. But i guess. If i'm just going from each round which i think everybody will because they want to get out. How trump remark probably only because it's not retail estate where that used to be top shop. This muslim spencer's so it would just be that to kinda get out the house. But i'm not desperate to go anywhere because the shops that i always shop can get it delivered so it's not really affected me that way mater. Think definitely prime. What would would be the shot for a said. I've been able to your guest next. Might land anywhere. I've needed so haven't really missed. Oh home sense swear. Will this time sense of mishaps. So yeah really.

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"Hoops Madness" with Roger Powell Jr. - Episode 045 - burst 5

The Sportscaster and Her Son

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

"Hoops Madness" with Roger Powell Jr. - Episode 045 - burst 5

"I'm extremely happy for a little boy. And i it makes my heart when i seen successor happen and you know. I still have been what pajamas i wear. Don't tell anybody that but after where my shorts and you never. They're playing You know i try to watch him and you know but at the same time. I don't care who we're playing. You know if. I mean if we're playing illinois michigan or wherever it is i'm not thinking about you know any affiliation. I'm thinking about winning. And i think i think that's how you able to cut the emotion and Cheer for them when they're not saying issues. When you're planning to visit

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Mike Shinoda on Beats, Rhymes and Linkin Park

Broken Record

06:41 min | Last month

Mike Shinoda on Beats, Rhymes and Linkin Park

"Tell me about what you're doing on twitch weird man. It's great i love it. When quarantine for star started everyday was the same day. I was in pajamas half the time. It was just like walking around. in sweats. like wasn't depressed but it was just like everything is the same so when i started streaming effectively because it created like structure so i stream i started then and i still do stream five days a week. A stream weekdays ten to noon or one ish and that was a nice like it was a nice way to be like. Oh i've got like you know. I've got my weekdays now i'm not streaming today. I know it's saturday. It's just a stupid thing. And i got to us. Really dig in with this space and get creative and get weird which is part of the most fun part of it is doing stuff you go. I didn't even know that was a weird idea. That was fun to do and all last year is getting. I was getting faster. And faster and faster in terms of making a track. And then i realized that the end of last year like how do i do. Now that i've done this for a while and starting to get a little bit burnt. It like i wanted to do something different with it and i decided early on my wouldn't do vocals because i think that would burn me out so it's just making instrumentals and then i realized i could since i live on twitch and there's anywhere between i don't know like a thousand and i think we peaked at like almost thirty thousand people watching at one time i wanted to do something to like. Enhance the channel and give back to the people that have been watching so i started taking fans submissions of vocalists and songs. 'cause i just realized looking instagram and looking at tiktok like there's so many good artists out there who have no following. They've got like you know. Six hundred people following them and they're actually very good and so. I just started taking submissions from those people. That i let i called. I mean you'll get this joke right away. I started calling the shots the a an army. So it's like it's like nine hundred people whose job it is to go find me the best stuff and they do they go they go and find the good stuff and they bring it to me. And they're like the more they say the more they shout like. Look at this one. Look at this one. I know it's pretty good so cool. Yeah and so. I've been i do two to three starting like a couple of weeks ago. I've been able to do two to three brand new songs all in a morning. Probably like a stream. And a half. I get a song done from scratch till i finished and i sent him. Something effectively like mixed and mastered so incredible that they can release so fun man. It's really really fun. And the fans. I mean you can imagine how excited they are right and some of the cases what i what. I haven't talked to the fans on the channel about actually on telling you about. This is that i will reach out to somebody and say. Hey that thing you posted on tiktok or instagram was really cool. Would you want me to produce it. And i say that. Because they've used the hashtag they've used shinoda produce me as the hashtag so they've they've raised their hand and said i want my to produce me. I hit them on the. Dmz say you want me to produce and they always say yes and then half the time they say. I haven't finished the song though. Like the thing i posted is verse and a chorus and i don't have a second verse. I don't have a bridge or any you know middle aged or whatever anything else and so. It's like okay. Well like take your time. Don't rush. Because i want you to be. I want you to submit something you love because like the whole ideas for you to get to more people than you've already got to so give me something great and when it's ready than send it to me and i and generally if it's if it's somebody in that scenario i find that they'll get back to me within like three or four days. And what are they usually get back to you with a more expanded same demo but with all the parts. Yeah it's usually like a we. Transfer link or something like that with multi tracked vocals and i always tell them like. I'll tell them like speed it up like to this bpm or whatever or i'll tell the make shirts and you're like very best range. It sounded low to me but up to you. And then i can and they can go crazy on the on the the Overdoses and harmonies and background book. Whatever else they wanna do they do but they do that. Before the trackers before there's a track is that correct. Yeah before there's a there's a trap so what you get is basically finished vocal stems for a song. Yeah i menu start from scratch. You take it as an acapella. Yeah and you build music to support whatever that is. Yeah do you remember when we were doing. A thousand suns together. Yup that at the end of that record before the first single the catalyst was the single on that record before the single came out so no fan had heard the song we released pieces of stems to that song and we told them take these pieces. Make a song out of them. We didn't give them enough to know what the song even was. We just take pieces and make a song out of it. And whoever's thing is the coolest to us we're gonna put you on our record on the album itself and we ended up putting them on. I think it was when When they come from me was the song we put them on but we chose it based on who is like as i recall beginning some of this wrong but as i recall it was like we gave them pieces to remix but they'd never heard the song they were remixing so i called it like the pre mix like they just they had to just assume the song and that's how i feel like there's something to that something about that the release this where it's like. I don't know what you're thinking. Your song is. But here's what i hear just based on that vocal on a grid socal. It's fun man. Superfund that thousand sons is is my favorite of the things we worked on together. That's my favorite. Just because i feel like it really is it. Felt like the beginning of something new and something new and really good. We didn't like the the the record before it minutes to midnight was the whole effort. The whole when are we first met. You asked the band. What are you guys envision doing with this album like y y are we talking like what do you wanna do and we all said like we want to. We wanted to redefine the identity. The banning the whole point was to make something that didn't sound like the stuff that people that are here because albums went in two so similar. And you're like great. That's exactly how i feel. And he's you said. I don't know if i would want to work with the band if you didn't feel that way so it's great. We're all on the same page and we just kind of hit it off from there

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Why Kendall Jenner's tequila is being criticized

The Cruz Show On Demand

03:56 min | Last month

Why Kendall Jenner's tequila is being criticized

"Let's move onto kendall jenner and her tequila. Yes yes that's the man that's the on. Let me see. Let me see if i got this tweet. The tweet basically said that went viral was on a meeting. My laptop jenner's tequila is called eight. One eight directs. So yeah so. The streets said kendall jenner starting to heal brand with zero knowledge of on mexican culture and colony eight when they think is gentrification the eight one eight does not claim calabasas. What about those smaller family owned mexican tequila scholar brands. They deserve the hype. And so now the tweet that went viral. That i did see. So the issue is the fact that she's naming the eight. She's really not funny when she's from calabasas which is like the rich part of the when he was also probably lived in. Encino on again is the rich part of the day when eight valley super super valley. But it's been terrible of our above. There is a little bit different situation financially. Ya but see years you bring up a good point. Let the tweet said. Why don't we give the attention to the mom and pop brands. And that's so true like white. Why don't we warming because we like what we like to think. A companies have done better job making better tequila branding. It better But do i am. I offended as a mexican offended. That kendall is starting to a meal chettle speaking. I'm not offended. You gotta look at it like this to. I'm sure the people producing the la are from cadiz. Go so right. Yeah so that in a way she's generating jobs down in mexico more. Holly i mean it's taken from the mexican heritage but she's also financially given given to the people in a way i mean they're working for but you look at george clooney right. What does he cuss amigos. First of all people love to hate the card ashes number one number two eight one eight probably pissed people off so you know that's the thing that she has some strikes against her and that's what's helping. You would also sucks though. I'll say this. I don't think people were coming at the rock. They coming at george kalonzo weather coming at for brand only female. That's another way that. I i see what you're saying. I see why it within a female though. It's the cardiac. I think more than right leslie. I am dj for them. And i know you're going to play you know you're going to be polite here. But other people love to hate on them right. Oh yeah absolutely. Like they have to really. It's like they're walking on eggshells almost the questions. They just have to be very careful. Which is why i think they should have probably thought of the name a little bit more. You know but then again who's to say like like you said jeff. They grew up in the eight one eight. It wasn't. It wasn't the hoodie way. But it was still the eight one eight personally. I don't have a problem with it. I would have done more research on the name and she could've done like all the sisters together like you know named it. Four sisters done that in spanish lot. Cut akilah yeah. I like that would have been cool. I hope that when she campaigns for this tech you can talk when she campaigns for this tequila. I hope that she incorporates. The real eight one eight campaign you know like like panorama city point did all those cities and so more in san fernando. Panorama city pajama friggin. A north hollywood is where i was born so like i just really really hope that that she she you know incorporates the actual culture the actual mexican culture and eight when he culture in her campaign by the way the keillor's produced by gopher essay are the seven distillery. And how these again. She's providing jobs in a way. And and and i guess taking from us as mexicans culture right but i tequila that grew and kendall at you need some models for your camp pay the cruise show including you. Got the crucial baby girl. We will do sponsorship right here.

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"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

07:17 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Racing denny. Hamlin block all lanes outside to the inside to the checkered flag denny. Hamlin one the sixty edition of the daytona five hundred denny. Hamlin's back to thir- chris butcher force. Does anybody have anything for the race leader. Checkered flag waving at the start finish line. Who will get here. I will go back to back in a an amazing finish. you know. Amazing might be an understatement. Because that i won he won by point. Zero one zero seconds. Just think about that for a second if you're not a nascar fan or if you are thinking about sitting in that car and winning by point zero one zero and then avoiding a heroin crash near the end. He's actually a three time champion. But then he's looking to become the first back to back to back champion at the daytona five hundred qualifying already underway. Wednesday was a very busy day there. Denny joins us this morning. On the goodyear hotline. He's one of the greatest in racing and he's got into association with the greatest dribble a basketball. We'll talk about that in one second. We'll try to get denny. Having a couple of technical difficulties with danny but will be with them here in a second. Think about it. Can you actually sent me a text here a couple of minutes ago about your experience roll into nascar out there driving two hundred miles an hour and winning a race by point zero one zero seconds. I mean think about the adrenaline. There will ask any about it but you got in the car. No it is so people they always say. Oh they're not athletes athletes. That's not true. They have to have athletic moves to be able to do that. They have to be a hot damn car. Was you have to be in shape to sit in. That thing is i. I'll love to ask him to degrees. But if i if i can remember i want to say that thing was about a hundred hundred thirty one hundred and forty and you're in there for hours at a time now and you gotta be able to be strong to be able to hold a steering wheels so you gotta have some athletic ability eye hand coordination all of this. Let's bring in the three times champion. Looking to become the first three time consecutive champion at the daytona five hundred. It's great have danny here. Danny i don't know if you just heard ki- kind of take us through what it's like to be in the car the temperature winning that daytona by point zero one zero seconds. Just take us inside what it's like to be in the ride you know. Yes being dose for science thing on us probably six eight years ago and it was like you know we burned thirteen and a half Pounds of sweat one hundred forty two hundred fifty in the car for three hours You know so. We burn a lot release. You know between you know eight nine pounds just kinda depending on what what the race is but it. Certainly i think the You know just the mental drain Over the course of the race is is the biggest thing you've got to overcome any real quick the opportunity to go back to back to back something that has never been done in the history of this race with all of the amazing people that have won this race. What would that mean to you. Well it would be my biggest win no doubt you know each daytona. Five hundred that we won over last three years I mean this just. They've all been special different kind of ways but certainly doing something that no one else has done before. that would be Singley mom biggest accomplishment my career. Now danny we should also mention last year it was a little bit tempered at the daytona five hundred because for nascar fans. They may remember what happened with ryan. Newman there are some people that thought that he may not even be alive today. After what happened there the vigil outside of the hospital. This is always one of those situations. We were always hoping for the best. But i'll tell you what the people. I talked to on nascar when i was doing this. They were expecting the worst because of what happened on that particular day. What point last year were you finally able to sit back and really celebrate your win. Because i wouldn't say it was marred but there was a paul pushes everything. There was no point. I mean you know. Usually that happens at the race track. Or you know that night when you're with the team guys but Certainly we didn't know kinda Where ryan was physically her many days. And so i think that we really never got to enjoy that Victory and then you kind of went into Cove lockdown after that so. We never really got enjoy that one as much as the others but certainly You know still significant win. I understood that we by winning back to back. It was a big accomplishment for me on the team. Dinnie what has it been like working with. Michael jordan on this new race team. How how is he actually involved. Yeah i mean a lot. He actually arrives today. You're three or four days before the actual daytona five hundred this weekend I mean he is very excited about it. This is something that we work very very hard on to bring him in the first Majority african american owner. Nascar is huge I'm happy to be over you know. Bring him into the sport. It's a sport that he loves and You know we're hoping to make history Artesian qualified fourth ahead of where i qualified for the race on sunday but Yeah this is something that's going to be a big balance for me. You're competing and also Earning race theme with michael. I'm rooting for a rooting for wireless obviously in this particular daytona. Even though he cheated me in. Ea pro football sporting quarter. We had he cheated me and he knows it. But that's okay. He got me What do you expect from bubba as he takes car number twenty three for you guys you know we. We sat down. Had a with him. In the thing that i expect is just give better. You know. I want to be running better in the in the summer than what we were in the spring. I wanna be running in the fall and what we were in the summer and this feels going to take time. There's very limited practice this year So he's gotta get used to these race cars and they will be different than what he's dragging on the path so it's just making sure that the heat temperatures expectations don't get too high. Don't get too low. And like michael says these pressure situations. You've got to have a steady hand so it's making sure that you know his emotions. He keeps them in check and he continues to grow as the driver. That's what i wanna see. I'm not gonna pin any certain stat to this is a success for him or not juanita stout on this one any. I don't want this affect your business relationship with mj. 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"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"One is like the easiest decision the history of decisions. And then either taylor swift or charles. Barkley comes out. If you've watched the commercial banking reimagined. I think i'll pick a card again. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one and a member. I sort of go back to the cowboys. Type thing chris. Something interesting you were part of the organization and again i mean. There's a different time a different era. But i just love the way essentially said this is likely the most valuable organization in all of sports not american sports in all sports. Real madrid barcelona. This is the most valuable franchise j. They don't make missteps like this and key i want you to expound upon something because you kind of alluded to it but you didn't go there trying to get me in trouble. We are just trying to ask you. Because i know when you do things like this you said yeah. I know that sometimes those things come from the top down. What did you mean by that. Well no it's not that they come from the top down. It's just that when somebody like jerry and steven it's their organization. It's like me and you. We're going to be involved in no important. Things like hype videos videos extremely of important to jerry jones. Because it's all about the branding. And i go back and i remember one time. We had this conversation with jerry. All the time on the sidebar in i would say i asked him how come. We're having training camp in california at this time because training camp for the cowboys. I don't know if you know it or not. Jay is in la or in a suburb just of l. a. And asked why and he said think about this for a minute which means he was right. There was no football teams in los angeles so the dallas cowboys would go to training camp in northern california. Which meant that. The media has to come. Everybody in the state of texas has to come to california to cover the cowboys and they're not coming out there for a date so that was genius of him to have them come out there and that means that they had to create stories. Every single day about the cowboys defeated back to texas. On top of that a huge spanish population that followed the cowboys oxnard. California is heavy populated. The spanish is so we think about. He did everything the right way is so he knew from a marketing standpoint. What would get the bus going. And that's why. When i think about it i'm like okay. Jerry knows what he's doing now whether or not. It alienated is quarterback and made his quarterback philip way. I don't know. But i'm sure that he knew that this was happening. No doubt it's like the lakers used to have training camp in hawaii. Same thing keyshawn. Jay wills zubin coming to you live from the seaport district pier. Seventeen brought to you by chase. Let's go.

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"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Producer key and i'm not gonna say nothing about cardi b. but i will say this about kim k. It typically doesn't work out for athletes on the other side of will stay clear that up. Just go down that avenue man. I'm locked away. We'll see no no. I'm not doing it. I didn't go there key. Not putting me in a position to succeed. No trying to set you up like texas shut up too shy watson lexi gassing between here. I don't work. Chris thank you very much. You can listen to chris piatra rothenberg weekday mornings. Five date eastern. Espn ninety eight seven in new york. Chris thanks see things that i didn't even bring that up though. Just trying to put a show together with diversity and everything is just you mean diversity in terms of skinny. You got that kind of the parties. Welcome female spanish. A kim kyu is she. She's see your next door neighbor. I don't wanna get around actually might be our mania. That is what she is. So yeah. i'm just diversity man. that's all i'm doing is just trying to go so when you're the president of espn. This is very expensive. You're going to have to invest in very wide lens because the show is going to have to be. I know i'm getting. I'm getting all this story. I'm going to lamar odom going about tristan ties. We get all their here. I'm just saying that it would be a good show. Espn plus it would certainly be great on. Espn got to put. Plus lamar odom mickey mouse. Just doing those two guys. That's why should be the day after dark. Yes everybody will be sleep. The nba is on espn.

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"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"What's on tap for your squad. The cowboys the of the nfc east you saw the way brady celebrated you're a super bowl champion. What was celebration night and a couple of days later like for you. If you can remember it well ahead surgery a week after the super bowl so i wanted to make sure i got all my partying before i went under. And let's say it this way guys when you have a parade with three million people down the canyon of heroes in new york city. That's a great way to kick off your celebration followed up by concert by jay z and carnegie hall. Where you have your own box. I mean there was no getting better. The net i mean winning a championship in new york city is unlike anything else. Especially from a kid that from the bronx from co op city. So it was a dream. Come true like i completely understand what those guys were feeling on those boats down there in tampa yesterday. Good on tom brady. And the rest of that crew forgetting it in and celebrating properly No they they did. They did the damn thing. That's for sure right. Now you've been in this position having won a super bowl and then trying to get back the next year to repeat. What's the biggest issue that the bucks could face going back for number two the attitude that bruce arians talked about yesterday taking that you can just run it back. What we saw from the kansas city chiefs. I mean you just can't just run it back you. Just don't start where you left off like you have to go about the business of putting your team back together and defining what your agenda is going to be going through the process of continuing to improve if you look at all of the super bowl champions. Those teams continue to improve as the year goes on. You saw that trajectory with the bucks this year. You can't say that for the kansas city chiefs and that's why they got beat on sunday. Canty you're former cowboy before you want your super bowl championship with the new york giants. What did what did you make of. Dak prescott being like off of the height video for the twenty twenty one season. Well i hate to use a double negative key. But it's not nothing like it something and it was a situation where it was deliberate that they left off of that video now. He's he's not under contract supposed to be a free agent. We expect them to be franchise tag again. I think the data that is march ninth but apparently this is the organization trying to send some type of message to dak for the life of me. I can't understand why you would wanna do that. This is a guy that. I put it on the line for you plan. On under the franchise tag put himself in harm's way in got injured on a quarterback. Draw trying to give your team a chance to compete and win against the division opponent. I don't understand why you would wanna continue to take shots at dak prescott when he's handed himself with class and with character since he got there in two thousand sixteen makes no sense to me what they're doing but what they ought to understand. The ball is in fact prescott court. He has all the leverage and he's going to determine what the outcome of this contract. Stalemate is going to be so chris. You don't buy into that. It was some intern kind of forgot. Or whatever that they just multi multibillion dollar organization. Just no better than that part of the organization. You know better than that. I do know that. Search.

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"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"To the podcast for expedited at key. Jay z post show meeting. Wow key can you train. So i mean there's so many bleeps in there couldn't understand any those books were saying well. It was just making sure that everybody had everybody was taking care of. What the ginger ale they would drink. Spirit juice you've been they at least they. At least they had fun. Because i was a little concerned after the game concerned about their post game celebration because it was kind of like. Yeah we want them at high. You know wasn't but at least we got to see what the excitement was at the parade. That was big time. there's no doubt about it. Ginger ale the cure for an upset stomach. And after you win the super bowl the sitting here kind of thinking what do i do. Wanna take over president at espn. After i stabbed seventeen thousand people in the back to the job you know what what. What's the first order of business. What would it be. I don't know. I think i'm gonna get j. A ah show after dark on. Espn plus jeff. Co-hosted would a couple people so. I think i'm like who who will be my co-host i need more context here. Based on all their followers on social media probably kim kardashian in cardi b. Wow yeah okay they will get some major interest key and then i gotta find maybe like see if a special guests lebron james could come along with all his followers and you know paid. Manning can come on coach cake and come on what we break down any paintings what we see any pain. We can potential. We talked about it this morning. No but okay. I know bob ross. And the joy of painting on peacock. But you can catch. Jj after dark now. Espn j. j. is referring to is kim's daughter north deity painting of some sort and it's been widely criticized on social media about the authenticity tabatha basquiat of whether she did it because because it looks and she's a young jesse seven eight years old and that thing man that thing look nice but a seven or eight year old really doing it so my kid brought it to me last night without similar age similar age without saying anything you know mine and my business she brings it without the kid just a photo of the artwork because she goes dad. What do you think it's cool. She goes do you think a seven year old did this. And i'm like no probably not. No no she goes. Yeah seventy year. Old data. Dad's i'm like. Nah fishy goals. And i say you know what it could happen. Yeah maybe maybe the kid is very artsy and just the family and everything she goes dad. It has shadows in it. I started laughing. She goes look. The grass looked at the needles grass. Debt is she goes. She said true she says. I'm eight years old when i was six. I'm gonna show you some of my artwork. She went pulled some stuff out. Stick figures normal stuff painting overhand. She goes if. I could go from six to eight. And i do that. We can quit. Espn no more. I'd just was like okay. And then i didn't even know who it was. I got to the show today. And then i started doing some searching stuff in popped up and it was kim kardashian door and i'm like okay well going out on top once you become president you quit. That's the way to go nowhere else to go after dark door. Let zubin president of espn sportscenter. Right president of espn information technology. I know right or is you need your computer. Call me. i'll be right. I'll be right. Yeah rob chief technology officer. Let's role and paint a picture with the super bowl champion..

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Growing Up In Style: "Patterns of the Past" by Susan Choi

Vogue Podcast

08:03 min | 2 months ago

Growing Up In Style: "Patterns of the Past" by Susan Choi

"I'm here to introduce a series of original essays titled growing up in style writers on discovering fashion in america in this one the novelist susan choi author of the national book award winning novel trust. Exercises writes about her love of fabric patterns as a child in south bend indiana here susan reading her essay patterns of the past. I hope you enjoy. Historians of fashion seem to agree that by the time i was born in nineteen sixty nine. The son was already setting on the golden age of sewing. But there were few signs of this decline where i was growing up in south. Bend indiana my mother like so many mothers owned a sewing machine and knew how to use it how this come to be. I asked her recently. She gave a verbal shots over the phone from houston where she lives. Now if you read the directions and follow the pattern it would come out all right. She recalled she didn't even remember perhaps because they were as ordinary to her as grocery shopping. Our trips to the fabric store. Oh the fabric store. Even now decades later when google those words and look at the photos my heart thumps with desire to be clear. These are not photos. A fabric for sale online but photos of the interiors of actual physical places where one goes to touch bolts of fabric cards of rick rack buttons buttoned to a stiff cardboard backing or tumbling loose in a jar dispenser displays of threat arranged by color the spools curved surfaces gleaming like candy and every kind of beautiful ribbon in every color and texture and pattern the fabric store. Unlike the grocery store made me hungry the for. What exactly wasn't clear at the time. It was something much larger and much less defined than the outfits. My mother would make me from the items. We chose the fabrics and notions and trim but the outfits i loved with my whole heart and remember as clearly as if they still hung in my closet. The ruffled pinafore made from a white on white print of tiny flowers trimmed with red rick rack and finished with the application juicy. Strawberries on the bib. The shirtdress of multicolored cotton printed with patterns resemble embroidery the truly glamorous halter dress with a triple tiered skirt of pastel. Blue pastel pink. Pastel yellow says my mother now in her eighties on the other end of the phone. I lovingly describe her creations. She is impressed. I remember so while she has zero memory of sowing the any of these things though she does remember making herself address with extremely big sleeves. They were in style that year. She says she wore it a few times and decided the sleeves looked so stupid that she tore them off and wore. The dress sleeveless the fact that unlike me my mother is white exceedingly pale small boned blue eyed and with the cheekbones of film star both oppressed me throughout my childhood. And lay somehow outside of thought even to articulate it now feels uncomfortable but the facts were and remain that my pale blue eyed mother never matched my black haired brown eyed dark skinned self always far darker as a child than i ever get now because i was outside all summer. In an era before sunscreen in elementary school in indiana. I was cast as the lone indian in the thanksgiving play more. Generally i was constantly looked at especially or at least so it seemed to me when standing next to my mother. We didn't match. I harbored a fantasy fearful half escapist that i would turn out who've been adopted from some faraway land. Even my father who really was from a faraway land only explained my appearance without removing. My anomalous miss. He was to novelists himself ends that hunger. I felt at the fabric store. Larger than any one outfit could satisfy for the choosing of the fabric and the notions and the trim was always secondary to the choice of the pattern and the choice of the pattern was never i understand. Now about the pattern it south. It was about the girls the winsome the willowy and the overwhelmingly with token exceptions white girls who modeled the pinafores and shirt dresses and halters the tiered skirts and even the full body. Pajama like halloween costumes. On the outside of the rectangle envelopes housing the patterns. Remember those remember how they were often filed in boxes so that your fingers walked through them as they would later walk through. Lp's at the record store. When i think of patterns my mind says butterick. And i bet that the majority of the close my mother made me were from patterns put out not by simplicity or mccall's but by the butterick company which also produced vogue patterns having licensed the name from conde nast bruising those patterns of my past online where especially at sea they abound as if the golden age of sewing never ended. I have to wonder if i always chose butterick patterns on the strength of the package illustrations alone. The simplicity girls are oddly wooden and slightly mis proportioned the mccalls girls look like cartoons but the butterick girls still quicken my heart. I recognize my secret childhood. Self that lanky limb d- flush cheeked auburn-haired spirited white girl. I was deluded enough to imagine. I might be twin sister to anne of green gables. No less than two miniature area clock recognizing that hopeless longing to be entirely unlike myself delicately white as affirmed by one hundred percent of my world is a part of moving past it and perhaps even a part of reclaiming those buttons and bows those bullets at every possible fabric delicious all on their own after concluding online photos that it might well be the store of my childhood. I called stitch in time in south bend but it had only opened in nineteen ninety. Three there was a fabric store back then an ireland road by the old scottsdale mall. The woman who answered stitch in times phone told me. When i explained where i lived fashion fabrics that turned out had opened in nineteen seventy one just in time for my first toddler outfits and closed just under two decades later having withstood. Even the machine made onslaught of gloria vanderbilt. I know about that story. Because i worked there. The stitch in time woman went on. But before i could exclaim that maybe she'd helped me choose buttons or ribbons. She politely ended the call. An actual customer having arrived looking. I imagine for the modest but real transformation that a pattern and some fabric can provide.

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interview With Sana Saeed

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

05:36 min | 2 months ago

interview With Sana Saeed

"Welcome to abuse congruence. The american muslim experience episode one. Oh wait. I'm sorry you're codes and as usual. I enjoin by. Hey welcome back listeners. Welcome back We this is our first episode of twenty twenty one but it feels like a lots already happened in this very short year or short lived year. So far we've got a lot but here we are on good to be back and get you back with. You are things i guess. All things being equal These k- Have some family members were affected by cove. Unfortunately so bring them Just distracted long. I mean china. Try not to get distracted by polit political stuff and keeping on it super interesting but other than that just getting back in the swing of things in life and that of course keeping the family members who who were in their situation some. Yeah i mean interesting about the political stuff being kind of The least of all adjectives as you describe it but anyway we're super excited to have our guest on the show today and omer if you wanna honored as long as marquess. Absolute son is the is the host in senior producer who has been with. Aj plus since two thousand fourteen hoping. Watch the channel. She's a canadian so most of her life in the us and is interested in politics. Religion culture end She works to stay out arguments on twitter as she has a background in media critique and analysis in has had worked in appear in the new york times the la times courts the guardian salon. And of course aj so. Hey thanks so much for having me happy to be here. Yeah it's great and so you. Avoid twitter fights that that that defeats the whole purpose of revenue on this show. I mean usually told us that when we were booking. I'm i'm jay. Try to successful at avoiding twitter fights. That's right. I'm relatively new to twitter and I've unfortunately gone up on the deep end and But which is some of the stuff. I'd love to talk to you about as someone who obviously studies media is involved in media and I i i'm sure as social media being a part of that so But yeah i guess before. We get into that meteors stuff on not to say that Will be what i do want to start off with is not me but i'd love to kind of talk about your background in as we like to call it the origin story. So tell us about says aids origin story and We we'd love to hear that. I know that you did spend some time in the bay area. So i'm i know that's where our paths crossed on. However i know there's so much more to the story we love to hear that and you could start way back as a as you'd like sure yeah So i was actually born in pakistan. I was born in lahore and My family background is kashmiri And we're lake whereas a lot of kashmir's inbox on her infant job as well. We're like the pajama fight. Kashmiri's but like my family is extreme has actually retained a lot of kashmiri customs and identity. It's been that's always been really interesting. The way we kind of have balanced those two identities very strongly And like my family also emigrated from kashmir basically at like a little bit before and during the the petition. Yeah during the partition. So yeah i was born in exxon. And when i was about like four or five months old. My parents My dad had already moved at that point. He had moved to the united states. Kind of like take the family business there And my mom. And i filed suit and in nineteen eighty eighty seventy eight. We were in In new york. So when i was in new yorker basically up until the end of ninety nine early two thousand so grew up in initially flushing queens and then eventually to Moved onto a long island. Washington long island which is where i grew up And your basic so. We have citizenship. The only person in my family who has us citizenship is actually my brother. Since he was born there so we then applied for canadian citizenship and ended up in canada and moved to vancouver. I was there for up until i had to go to college then. I moved to montreal. I went to mcgill where i did. I from my undergrad. I studied political science in italy studies. And then i continued on ethicon decided. I'm like don't wanna do law school. Do i want do grad school. I ended up applying to only one loss one one grad school and because my french fluency at that point was not that great. I ended up not getting into the mcgill law school because they do require french fluency so I went to grad school. And i did islamic studies and that was To be honest it was the greatest blessing and it was the greatest blessing. Not because oh you know. You're studying islam except it was a blessing because Doing that masters program really kind of set the stage for i would say my approach to

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5 Steps to Jump Start Your Diet

Living Healthy Podcast

22:58 min | 2 months ago

5 Steps to Jump Start Your Diet

"Your diet or what you tend to eat every day can play a major role in how you feel and how you handle the pressures of everyday life so to get you back on track with your nutrition. Our guest today is gonna share five steps to jumpstart your diet and of course our virtual guests today is none other than registered. Dietitian debbie james. Welcome back to the show. Debbie thank you again and what a wonderful time to think about something new in this new year absolutely yes gonna jump. Start those diets for everyone. Okay we had. We just made it through the holidays. So let's get back on track here Like i mentioned a lot of us got off track last year. Probably with our diets. So as we were kinda lamenting this fact. Debbie good idea to come up with some simple steps to right the ship get back on track and create some good eating habits. So you kind of came up with these five steps What's the first step to getting back to a healthy diet. Or you said good eating habits and so i actually put them together in the acronym habit h. A. b. i. T. so the age is for healthy diet. Define what eating healthy means to you. 'cause it's not the same for everybody. It could be smaller portions to be calorie controlled. It could be more plant-based maybe it's low fat to deal with your cholesterol. Maybe it's unprocessed so whatever healthy diet means to you or healthy eating means to you frame it like it out. What does that mean for each type of food group or eating situation or meal so that you're actually defining that healthy diet that h okay so once you define what eating healthy means to you. What would be the next up that you would suggest taking. So you're a your age. Abt your ace step would be ask yourself. What's in the way of you. Achieving that healthy diet so is it. Circumstances is the situation is a bad routine. You can't say the healthy diet is this. And i want to get there. You have to say what ask yourself what is in the way. What are my obstacles. So that i can address those. You know. it's interesting with the obstacle thing. it's kind of like when we write narratives like in the film television world. You're always trying to put obstacles in your characters way so that they have to overcome them which leads to some meaningful narrative arc changing their characters. So i suppose in this way you just need to you know kind of creative writer and discover in your own life. What are those obstacles that right. Like a speed bump Sort of yeah. You need to self reflect. Basically this is your assessment. The a could also be assessment Right agree so once you've honestly assessed what your pitfalls are. What do you think you do next to avoid those. So then the b of the h. a. b. It is behaviors so rather than thinking about the individual foods. You actually have to look. Habit is behavior. it's a matter of choices of what we do. So what behaviors. What actions do you need to change. What are the ones that you're doing poorly or that you're willing to shift. And then you have to identify the alternatives of what it is you want to do. So there's a behavior change specialist. Bj fog he's a phd from stanford and he's author of tiny habits. He says that you have to identify the ones that you want to do. You can do. That are impactful to be effective because it wouldn't make sense. Let's say if i just said oh. A healthy diet means eating more fiber. And i don't get enough salad so therefore i'm going to eat more coleslaw right. Why would i choose that. If i don't like cabbage that would be that would be like making myself. Gag it down. It's not one i want to do. You have to identify the ones that you're willing to do the our chief -able that you can do and that are live as a replacement. It's not enough just to say. I need to stop doing acts. You need to identify what actions you are going to do to to implement. So what what what. What would an example of that be perhaps like in. Maybe someone that you've done this with or someone you know that's gone through this with the behavior change. What's an example of that okay so first. Let's say that someone is looking at getting more calorie control diet so a healthy diet to them energy balance and they've identified They've asked themselves what's in the way that eat too big large portion. They drink sweetened beverages. Maybe they're mindlessly eating between meals so that mindlessly eating between meals are going to address and their behavior instead of randomly grabbing something from the kitchen to snack on instead they're going to choose to drink water or chew gum if they're not really hungry so they've said this is what i'm going to do instead. This is the behavior the alternative. I'm willing to implement so. Is that like when you think when you catch yourself doing that behavior that you want to get rid of you catch yourself doing that and then you go okay. Here's what i'm going to do instead of you try and build that in your mind your mind so exactly. That's the that's the eye of the of the habit is the implementing that change. And it's deliberate choice that you consciously have to make repeatedly like practice makes perfect until it's it becomes unconscious. I was trying to explain it as a brand new drive like a brand new student driver. You have to tell them. Okay you're gonna pull into the parking space and that your foot got to be depressed on the brake pedal all the way then. You're going to shift the car into park. Then you can turn off the ignition right and so there's like this process and they have to think about it because they're not used to it and for me to do that. It's like half a second. I can do all of those and i haven't even thought about it. I've done it so so so many times. So making those alternative actions is a deliberate choice repeatedly until it becomes second nature interesting all right well before we get too much further into the final steps here we just remind people that they can subscribe. If they aren't already subscriber always got a break in here with us subscribe message. You know me But it's the best way to get new episodes delivered straight to your phone as soon as they come out which is every other monday. We always bring on nutrition. Experts fitness expert general health experts to talk about variety of topics. That will keep you motivated. Keep you healthy so hit. That subscribe button. Not really sure if it's bud and it might be a drop down whatever it is. Whatever the case subscribe to the show if you like what you hear and join the living healthy army. Do you think that brittany. That's a little thing. I'm trying to get going here. Got a name our podcast listeners. Living healthy army. You you you with that or dig it way if you the la che all right cool. I like our army living army. All right well great. Well welcome to the platoon. everyone Thank you for subscribing. Now let's get back to the so so we covered the ha be but now we need to find out about it. The it right so you kind of touched on the i a little bit. You said that was implementation. Is that right. Yeah implementing change so the swapping of the when. Poor behavior for the improved. Okay so real quick just to recap so we'd first of all you got to define what health healthy diet means to you because it's it's different for everyone. It probably shouldn't be ep pizza. All the time probably shouldn't be Then you gotta ask yourself. What's in your way of achieving. That kind of diet you know. What are your obstacles. Be honest about that. And then he got to address those obstacles by figuring out what behaviors you need. A change can or what actions he needed to take So you know that you've got to implement it. What are some of the most. I guess i think you mentioned. Maybe that there's with implementations you deal with triggers. But what are some of the more common triggers. You know that gives us the urge to eat Like you mentioned mindless eating for example. Like you just kind of get up and you want to the kitchen and now that you there you open the fridge and grab a snack you know. So how do we kind of some of the most common triggers that lead to that kind of stuff. Oh man we're we're so easily tempted to eat. It could be the smell of something it could be that you. You hear the little chime of the ice cream truck. It could be a sound on serious. What so true britain. Let's let's let's do a quick one brittany. What do you think is a trigger for you like do you do. Have you identified any triggers for you. I can tell you you think of one. I'll tell you what. I think i think of mine. One of mine is definitely like just watching television. Which is i assume. Maybe a big one for people but watching tv like in the evening. If i like just put on family guy or something where it's like. I don't even really have to be paying attention. I literally sometimes like turn the show on started. And i will walk. Divide kitchen to go. Get a snack while the show plays. It's like what am i doing. Not even watching it. So is it the act of watching tv and at the same time. You're by the tv. No it's not because fans guys like a snack now. I don't see something delicious. And you're like oh i wanna go eat that like no no no. I don't think it's that it's not so you've already paired those two associated them. From the moment you click the remote. Exactly it's literally. Yeah its relationship with food. i know it does. a little bit are true. They're all kind of connected. But that is one that i've discovered i'm like i need to like stay active and not watching television because it like it literally is so paired. Now that i it's hard for me to fight it. It's very sold so so. Yeah we're talking about that. That few pairing. Oh britney came up with one. Okay go ahead. No i could just think of a few like naturally. When i'm at the movie theaters popcorn i mean you smell it everywhere and instinctively when i'm there i just feel like okay. It's time treat yourself. Get some candidates and popcorn. Enjoy you know. Enjoy the show that guy taking a. That's a silver lining for me. When you're you have. Hey when you're at home. And i'm sitting on instagram. I follow a lot of food accounts. And whenever i'm looking at it long enough it always causes need to go downstairs and get a snack or makes them eat. I'm always hungry after. I mean i guess that's and looking at food. Obviously so then you'll have to pare. Pare the action that you want to do something. So in the example. I gave before of the person that's mindlessly eating between meals and they said okay instead of my Wandering into the kitchen that they're going to drink water gum instead will. They're they're triggered. wanna pair. That with is every time they change room. So if i get up from the desk and i'm leaving my home office i'm gonna grab my water bottle to take with me. It's already in my hand and easy. You know to get up to my mouth or pull the chewing gum out of my pocket or something. so that's an example of pairing it with an action so andrew. I'm gonna ask you in yours of turning the tv on and wondering to the kitchen for some people that staying on the sofa all night because you said be more active instead. So are you in your. I'll say comfy clothes kind of your house pants pajamas. Whatever when you watch tv or you wearing workout gear. I that's rapidly in lounge. Wear it's i now. I've done more. My workouts are now more in the morning so yeah probably lounge. Yes that is that is true accent. Why do you break that me. Very comfy chair lazy blades. Put your feet up. It has yeah. I know about that thing. As long as it doesn't have like a food tray. That would the food trade. That i do not have that but yeah that is interesting so i wonder i do need to figure out like i've also found like i almost like if i just don't go in my kitchen i can get over it but like if i go in my kitchen it's all over and so i'm like just don't go in my kitchen. Sometimes we need a distraction. That's actually helps get in the way so for example if this is an after dinner time that you're talking about and brush teeth. Maybe than if you did teeth whitener or you did your dental rants or you put on your retainer or any of those things that really you know your mouth has to be fresh and pure clean for all the things to work so if if you do those as an interruption before you sit down that might help you break that association. That's interesting do have a night guard. So maybe i get in bed do yeah. That's not a bad idea. Yeah that's that's bright. That's that's really interesting Yeah maybe. I will definitely have to try that. That's definitely one that stood out to me that i'm like. This is a trigger for me. That i don't even almost realize it just creates this like urge and i almost feel like you know if children sit down and eat a meal in front of the tv. They start to develop that kind of Connection you know to where it becomes like this like you said paired thing and it's you've got to really work a little bit hard to break that perisher or like or like the expectation of dessert like since when since when did we have a desert following every single meal like excuse me it's supposed to be a precious treat to enjoy not okay lunches over piece of cake. Dinners over ice cream lunch over cookies. Dinners over pot now. That was awesome. that was almost. I feel like that's like a song. That's getting ready to start to there. You go that's awesome okay. This is a little bit of a side note on dessert. But i thought about it. And i thought i now when we order food and bring it back home. We eat the desert. If we get it we eat the desert. I hear me okay. And the reason is as it's like Nutrition is probably tear body but it has ice cream so it's like a position okay. Love that so we eat a first because my thinking is look that thing's gonna it's gonna melt. It's not gonna last. You can't really save it. It's not going to be the same so eat it now and the food your main dish you can save half of it for tomorrow or the next day so like i've kind of restructured my eating hierarchy. I guess when it comes to take just totally random. I'd desert i i. We don't have a dessert after every meal. Or here's my question. Would you do that with every type of dessert. Or is it only because ice. Cream's going to melt as i was saying i was thinking about that. I think it's just all about. Will it be okay if i save it for tomorrow. If i can't right the ki won't be the same hours you put it in the freezer for an hour while you eat the cookie cookies. Not warm anymore zelina. Reheat it all of a. You're using like energy. You know you gotta like pay. Your bill. And i don't know goes into making having that desert. Yeah but this side because we need to get back to habit but as there there is some justification to At least children to have whatever we would consider the dessert item to be served with dinner. So that it's not regarded separately. It's not a reward. it's not You have to eat your vegetables in order to get axed that when i worked for head start and that's a preschool program It was it was done at the same time. So if you serve the tacos and you serve the orange slices and you serve the little sugar cookies and you had the milk out and you did it all at the same time family style. The kids didn't down all the cookies before they ate the rest of you know. They chose the tacos and they had some carrots and they really places. Yeah hi brian. I'm sorry but i'm going through. This live right now and i cannot stand by listen to this perfect world situation. I honestly that's amazing for those kids. And maybe kid is just wild but because because they they knew that it was there that it was available that it was part of the meal and they would each get one well that i think that was in no matter. What exactly they just didn't put it on either. Played a few right. I've seen my niece and nephew. Though were they know they're going to get dessert at the end but half to finished their meal too. I mean i guess that's not quite sent them all at once but but here. Here's why i think we've gone to the desert comes after you finish your meal because you put it on theoretically it makes sense to me but in practice you put everything there and the kid eats the desert right off the bat and then they don't finish the important protein on their dish. And then you're in this big battle like you need to finish all of it. I give you the option you went there. I fine because we're trying to be all good like everything's available and then but then you didn't finish and now you didn't eat which you needed to announce a big argument about it and now you don't sleep well. Something's going on here time. Did it take time for the kids to create a behavior like that or was it something that they initially did the first time that you put it all out there also key also keeping cookie end of this is this is a a small portion controlled item. It's not like an eighth of a cheesecake. That has like a whopping five hundred calories than just plays the meal. I'm talking about the size of an oriole. i'm talking right. It's something modest. I can see that over time. Okay if i eat my food. It'll still be there. So i'll do both or or not but yet battling to finish the plate. Have you ever seen the little psychology films where they put kids in room with a secret camera and they left them with a slice of chocolate cake or and they said if you don't touch it you can have twice as much after ten minutes and the patients chance right. Yes watch all the mom. And dad's go through during quarantine with can't some of these kids amazed me others them going back to the habit thing that wasn't so much an intervention that that or behavior that the children chose but that was presented to them and like we talk about getting kids to eat right role modeling presenting it to them in a very neutral way but repeated multiple times. And that's what i was talking about the the implementing. The new behavior is repeated multiple times so that it becomes that becomes the second nature. It becomes the expectation of not sitting down and stuffing your face when you watch tv but maybe popping in that that night guard right right. Yeah exactly yeah and that's where it takes. I think practice with these things. Implementation is okay. Now you have to exert some discipline in sticking to your plan of how you created the plan with hiv. Basically you're implementing the plan and that's where it takes that discipline to follow your plan and not deviate too much from that. I imagine exactly okay. So that's that's h we gotta get to the t. Step five and the last step in the process t is tailoring the plan so that means you can tweak What triggered youth parented with or the alternate behavior to overcome. Whatever obstacles might come in the and so you have to monitor and evaluate to get there. So i'm going to give an example of Another h t a whole nother scenario. So let's say the healthy diet. This person says okay. I need something high in fiber and low in saturated fat to help lower cholesterol. that's their healthy diets. There a is. Why can't i get that done. Well i'm asking myself i'm assessing. I don't have time to cook. I end up eating out and frozen meals etc. So be they say. Okay the behaviors. I'm going to do instead of fried foods and heavily cheesy items instead of ordering those a water you know salad and vegetable side dishes and things without dairy so they plan that intervention. They said okay so now. I'm trying to order those things and i find myself when i'm scanning the menu trying to get lean select us leaner selections and get more fruits and veggies I'm out of time. it's. I'm i'm actually getting to my meal so late that i'm ordering quickly can't find them blah blah blah so then they have to tweak their plan and say okay well if the menus too overwhelming alternate now they need to maybe download apps that they can save favorites on the. You know the preorder menu or identify the pdf menus for sit down restaurants of of what they're going to get once they get there and so maybe it's not at the moment of ordering but they're making their decisions ahead of time and that's their tweak is they have to be able to do something a little different but still follow the same Objectives

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Machine Learning Carbon Capture with Diego Saez-Gil

Software Engineering Daily

03:37 min | 2 months ago

Machine Learning Carbon Capture with Diego Saez-Gil

"Welcome to the show thank you. Jeffrey excited to hear your pajama. Pyjama is a company that helps with carbon offsetting. Can you explain. Carbon-offsetting is sure. This is an idea that was invented at the united nations in the kyoto agreement which was a predecessor to the famous paris agreement. And the idea. Is that as we move away from fossil fuels or as a way to incentivize the move away from fossil fuels we need to make looters companies in countries to compensate for the carbon emissions. They're putting in the atmosphere that are causing climate change right so there is a system by which then projects that either reduce emissions or removed governor from the fear can receive carbon credits equivalent to the amount of car on this project. Effectively reducing or removing. And then these companies can purchase those car on create certificates and use them to compensate their emissions and in doing so the benefit. You want side now. They have an economic incentive to do away from posted fields so that they don't have to be spending money on compensating for those emissions and secondly that money goes to fund very important projects such us renewable energy and lowercase forest restoration conservation as you know forest remove carbon from dan lewis fear as trees grow. And you know thanks to framework if you have a piece of land in which you can plant trees or conserve an existing forests that otherwise would be cut down. You can get paid current credits to continue doing that work. So that is a framework and these frankly has existed for many years but unfortunately until today there wasn't a lot of technology a the software powering the certification and exchange of the concrete industrial. We decided to focus. On what kind of technology could be useful in the workflow of managing carbon offsets. Yes so the first part is violating monitoring. How much carbon is being sequester by forest into that we use remote sensing data in machine learning algorithms that basically aim to predict. How much carbon is there on a forest in particular for example one of the models that we built train on a combination of satellite data coming from nasa lanza data with lied are they coming from companies that collect that data from airplanes. And it's basically at three dimensional cloud of points that gives you the shape of the structure of the forest and then we have ground truth. That is coming from four services from around the world that send people to the field to count trees and sure trace with dates and know exactly how much carbon each of the streets have you know so then we run deep learning algorithms convolution new neural networks to train on the day dan the nba to predict how much car when they're in a forest just using satellite. That is one of the parts of the stock that were building being able to replicate the tests that are needed to validate how much carbon is being sequestered by a forest.

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"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"I don't think rogan would wanna do it. He seems to kinda back away from shit that gets them that much attention for the last five years. We'll crazy spotify. Didn't allow for the last five years. Trump has been the most like the most exciting interview going anywhere. And that and that. I think that will be true for a couple of months. Like he'll be the mo. I mean name a person who could get more buzz for rogan's podcast and you know add more subscribers for spotify then president trump was someone who's actually going to give him a nice like relax not Stilted interview I i for business business perspective. I think it's a no brainer. It's not like spas gonna lose any revenue whatsoever. All they're gonna lose the ability to say that you know they took a stand against you know cunanan and trump. they want. they're gonna want no part of it. Nope we talking about. The certain places are not interested. They are willing to sacrifice business to wave the flag. They just are now. And if that's the case then rogan is already being censored because he's to the point where he's being self centered like he's he's he doesn't at least make the effort to try and have trump trump says. Yeah i'd go on rogan in a heartbeat and he doesn't end up on rogan within the next year. Then you know that. Joe has made the decision that he doesn't want to do the corporate cluster. Fuck to try and get the most exciting if you could get but once you go with a place like spotify that is part of the deal going are working for somebody like you can say much freedom. You want like wheat. We have a lot of never say we have one percent freedom like there's certain things that we can't do. I mean there are so that's part of the deal like you can go. that's why i admire golic. My kyrie democrat. You think he could old. Tv shows will use a parcel fucking me now. You can take your phone calls. They would've said as i have to put up the same thing that all in the family put up when i talk about them. That's right material. It's very controversial sensitive and they'll no children out but i'm hoping to takes me down for something because then i could just stop doing a good excuse. Not to work are you. Are you enjoying the the three weeks or even doing joined the experience very much. Yeah no. I am having fun and i'm doing. It was well as over. I'm fun to we like having years. What's the what's the feedback. Back for the blind. Mike dot com rather patriots dot com slash blindly people. I've gotten well. Let me rephrase that one complaint so far guy.

"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

05:08 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"But also there might be a little bit of like photo-op kind of performance display performative troops there because i mean the national guard. They're not doing anything. They're all just sitting down taking naps. Seems like it's more of a made for tv moment than anything to kind of underscore the seriousness of what happened on january six. I think they will let people in. But they're all going to be carefully screened. You're going gonna have to go through. Magnetometers get patted down or whatever and i imagine. You'll be very socially distanced out on wherever the viewing area is. But i think it's going to be very very limited because a lot of people are seeing what's happening on tv and just deciding that they don't want to go right. I mean if you're if you're if you're going to have to go into a green zone transportation is gonna be very hard. The entire places lockdown and joe biden. I mean maybe if it was barack obama's inauguration you'd go through that but if it's just joe biden i think people stay home and watch on. Tv so i think it's going to be very very limited. I think the real question is trump gonna pardon hundred people tomorrow. Yes yes yeah. He is a pardon like some of these people who storm the capital. No no. He's not going to pardon any of the any of the quote unquote insurrectionists but he's going to pardon people like what Who are guilty of white collar crimes. no so the i guess the thinking now is that he won't pardon himself because he pardons himself it'll make it look like he has a guilty conscience about the the january six events like it's almost like an admission of guilt if parties in the legal theory on self pardons isn't clear at all what they're thinking is he's going to pardon people who could be in a place to pay him a favor in his post-presidential career so he's going to. He's going to try. Yeah he's gonna try to accumulate a little like social and political capital by using these pardons that the other big ones are julian. Assange and edward snowden. Because if they don't get a pardon now they're probably never going to. That's probably true. We talked to mike monday. We talked monday. We talked about parlor the sexually Okay we're driving with that neck. Feel free to make an account now are they. Yeah they seem to have found one. Yeah they seem to have found a server solution. It's not like completely as good as amazon web services but they don't seem to be entirely dead yet. Yeah i saw. I forget the cancel star. This goes pretty pretty wild but like you know it was yesterday stephen. That driving around like they've managed to just completely wipe it out from the face of the planet. It's just it's just. It's it's sort of terrifying what you guys were talking about. The other david schilling got his insurance canceling. There's something because of thinks where it's like. I don't know that might be bullshit from showing but it's not too far fetched to think that will start happening. Sort of like you know like who's to say that they don't just say you know hey. Patriot has stuff on. You know it's getting rid of that or they've done right street yard or another question secondary but yeah but like they say hey boy. Stream yard is a place that hosts conversations like this. We don't want this anymore and they just could go away. And it's i don't. I was where i was wrong. I think i was wrong. Was in the middle of the summer as a boy of trump loses Starts lesson but now almost like the guy have done this. Update parents with murchison. Got me fired. People like oh that'll satisfy note. They smell blood now now. They smell blood. They're going to go for the kill and to their defense like this what they want to do. If they're being enable like that not over the fucking kill right. They can do whatever they want. It's not. I mean it's fucking. It should terrify them too. Because they're going to say something you know there's going to be a program now or even if you're attacking trump or whoever if you say certain word you're automatically going to get shut down might be sarcastic or whatever but the computers are gonna figure that part out so they're going to start getting shut down and they're not going to realize that they're contributing to the we were talking yesterday too. I figured good ask what what is weird. And i'm sure he's still doing great making the money. But like what's joe rogan. Doing now like i know. He's on like is he does. He talked about that a couple weeks ago. It's like i don't know what his numbers are. According to spotify. He's their biggest. But it's like you know bill. Burr was on their last month. I didn't hear about it. I didn't know about it for like two weeks right. He known about it the day of before a lot of people just for his is hard. Core audience obviously followed him. But you know like you. I'm sure just forgot about you. Know it's like when stern serious or whatever i guess right like some people just don't don't go for the right but i mean like like that but it's mean it's a little different because people don't have to pay for it so you could just down if you know rogan's going to spotify just downloaded like from a guest perspective. Is he having on people. Still that are like. I feel like he's being controlled influenced by the fact that he's error now. It feels a little like alex. Jones was kind of like a a way of saying see. I can have alex jones on right so let me the fuck alone. But he hasn't had like none of his friends..

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"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"I look forward to going the milton's with my boy. My son jared manahan this week correct. Yes we're still. We're still trying to work with jerry to set up a time. That's going to work for all of us. But we will be in milton's for the the rockets debut gibson on the show. Jesus you've got to set up a time. Journalist gonna be the jared charges taking his time. It's not sure have initiative. That's file me like i'm not gonna push him. It's not an issue. I have whatever needs to do. Is so stephen robinson your i wanted to file candidates for the judge laid it out w. e. needs a program director. Why are we going to change. What your big vision for this so we're gonna wipe out all of our local content. We're gonna find some national stuff we're going to syndicate it and we're gonna hire one guy to run the computer board. We're in the savings are going to be huge garrett a mutt get rid of lou gehrig merloni of Four you know lumo loonies get it a four year. Get rid of all of your talent. Take the money and syndicate some national or a big time regional show but with a big vision that is. Hey it's gonna make money can you. Critique there's a power who've saying lou. Ann merloni getting rid fucking twice. Have one guy worked board all day. Yeah maybe i will. i'll be. I'll be the engineer and the programming director. And i'll take fifteen percent of all the salaries i they can go fuck off wherever retire and the stations actually going to turn a profit and we and and you know maybe we have to salespeople defeatist fetus. Thinking wouldn't you say no bigger vision in this i i. I've said that all along. I mean what what are we gonna do arena higher kirkman hannigan. I mean you could look. You could try no oregon higher esten for we're gonna bring an internet. Nothing adjusted for ten to two big ratings down. Keep garin fucking team. That probably you might go ahead. Steve sort of scoffed at the idea. But i believe the device. You need called a flux capacitor and go back to two thousand fourteen. Keep the kirk and callahan. Show higher barstool sports and actually give people a chance rather than retread the fucking dale and holly show and glenn ordway till he's seventy fucking years old that that's what they should be doing is giving i mean. I don't know what the next barstool sports is. Let people like that. Try rather than bringing in tanglin tanguay. But she's chris this sad but like what's amazing is dave. oh sentences. Yesterday we had dave on the show. Mike like fairly regularly kirk and callahan. Like once every month or six weeks and we talked to him and this is crazy. How much barstools exploded in the last four four or five years so it doesn't sound like it makes sense twenty twenty one but say five. Six years ago. I was talking about like. Why don't we put some of these guys on the weekends and just try. They're like oh they're gonna swear let me know they're not really not in enlisted. Do you forget that's your concern. Like if you have. But they're also not idiots like if they have a job they're not gonna just purposely ruin it like they might curse once in a while by accident but they could have had in mid days. I don't know if portnoy would have done it back then. The probably not every day but you can have been once in a while and they could had final berg karabelas rear admiral hank producing and it would have been a fun laidback initial. At least you're going to try on the weekends work. you're not you. could've they. Had no their ideas. Let's have. I don't know whoever these can drips are and they come on and they're literally just like you know lamar jackson but there's just nothing you have no investment there's no investment too. You know there's no boy. I listen to this guy. Talk about anything not just sports. I wanna follow this guy and see what's going their freight and i'm telling you when they get rid of dale and they bring in a new program director to gonna fire dale and they're going to bring in like andy gresh they're gonna fire the program director and they're going to bring in a guy who's been in spokane for the last three years who's gonna come in and say no we gotta do. I figured out you guys are taking breaks at thirteen past the hour. If we take it at seventeen past the hour we can steal that quarter out. It's it's just gonna be the same old fucking bullshit our bodies to come in and say i've told this like oh you guys do the fourteen eight last week but you know the first hour supposed to break at twenty two and you're broke thirty one that jefferson for the whole hour. You'd sit there like this is what you think about your fucking office. Why don't you about like creative things. What did you think about personalities higher. Want you listen. It's never been easier in the history of civilization ever. It is today other than the show which we can't fuck you can't get the fuck club or whatever. It is in history of civilization to listen to every show everywhere like you know like they had nine mocked. Because i thought we were admirals kinda dope on. But they had ryan whitney rear admiral. They could've done weekly hockey show now. It wouldn't have got bigger probably with a bail but you could have kept relationships. The thing with caracas. Joey that relationship with partial on fire. We think we can you can have. You can have big cat on once a week. You can have fill-in. If i was gone like could part of the casting couch a gallon. Maybe once every two months had come in and you have that relationship in a social media in maybe once in a while somebody who was under the age who has no gray fucking pubic hair could fucking occasionally listen to w e the average listener right now. That station has to be mid-fifties.

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"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"You every opportunity to that point to get lunch breakfast. Those like eleven o'clock at any other point. Hey kirk stop get sued. I've said no because i was. I was focused on what we're doing. I wasn't hungry at that time. By the time. By the time we got back to the hotel we we an hour and a half. Were just try. Make calls lounging around downtown mahala hall. We could have gone anywhere at that point anywhere. You could have gone through any where i've said no no you wouldn't have but i wasn't. I wasn't hungry at that time. But when i wasn't i wanted to eat like gandhi himself. You fasted from fractious until six o'clock you or your stupid shrimp in whatever from the fucking place. I'm sitting there trying to get my key by the way i have been on the phone for a half hour out the parking lot with somebody who. I'm trying to get to talk to you today with us so i'm still working. I get in there fucking key. And what do i see. I see steve lounging down there in his fucking pajamas is fucking is fucking like the fucking twas night before christmas fucking shirt in his fucking socks and he says he's okay what's going on. What are you doing trying to get my keys. I got was picked up some food. Man fucking just throws away picking dazed and confused. Yeah yeah you really in the world now is the acc blaring on there a little bit. Yeah i can hear good good. Good my fucking crank. It was the support of course to his case to use. Of course it was multiple case. It is well. I mean it's like one trying to make something out of this baby ice stupid enough to fuck idiot. I didn't realize it was out i apologize. Jesus christ jesus piece what are we. What are you for any advertisers. Yes we have babble for the first time the motion picture. No the the app that helps you learn different languages. Oh good have you really. I should know should learn how they have that they do it case. You don't speak with. Say i'll bainian you can learn from babbel. The number one selling language learning app. I think a lot. You want to start the year you know. They have these goals and never do it. This is actually something. I've thought about in years past as well. I think at this is actually is good. This is applicable for me because applicable rather I've a friend of mine who has his own language. Eat like you would say Clement acclimate and i would say to him. I might sold this before. I say what. You mean acclimate new. Look totally seriously. And how your family says it acclimate. He'd say culminate. Yeah you use words like that like it'd be like You know just trying to eliminate the situation. You mean acclimate right. Look media says make me think like oh fuck spies damn good all time. Sounds kind of situation trump steve. I'm like the infamous language classes. You took in high school or mike would say in louis. Babel designs courses with practical real world conversations. In mind things you'll get use in everyday life other language learning apps Use a after lesson plans babble. Lessons were created by over one hundred language. This i'm going to do this. Bobby could use from fourteen language including spanish. French italian and german. I speak a little bit of french by the way was that. Can we hear some bozo who. That is an embassy. Where where am i gonna..

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"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

08:24 min | 2 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"All right let's get this over with fucking disaster wise. This happened recording onstream yard. Because i missing. Or i forgot the studio two little pieces of equipment. That would help us record like we did that. A trivia show and every place has closed down here because of martin luther king day already freezing already. Can't hear yari frozen a couple of times you hear. That might try to hear him. Was it close last night. For martin luther king day no but the places that were nearby did not have what i was looking for. Where did you go to the walmart. Supercenter about eight miles from where we stand. Okay anywhere else. I went to a eight. The ingles and i went to a pharmacy couple of different places. It's a piece of adapter equipment so not a freezing. I can't hear mikey coming clear to you and me both okay. You're getting me too. So the shows and get fucking disaster. Just wonderful way to start. Might fucking week down here so to be clear like last night when i went and had to get my rookie and you wound down in your fucking socks in your pajamas to get your food. You would already looked for everything. Yes yes okay and that was it like six thirty. Yes so you just call it day at that. Point said fuck it. I was hungry. Because i hadn't eaten all day. I was busy risking my life for you for the new podcast. You can quit anytime you want. If that's the issue. I mean this is your job produce this show as well right yeah. I just wasn't able to find the equipment. He's trying to trying to compromise and find a different way to show shows gonna suck to fucking suck shit. It's going sound third rate. This is why people you know what people think. We've checked out of the show. I mean i told you we could. We could boot mike and we could just do a do a regular show down here in my hotel room coach right now on that year. It is one second do but that's also in the sock unless we bought mike so yeah so it's another option something that was gonna suck right. We have the quality of the audio is joining a couple places. I never. I never said it wasn't my fault. It at six thirty s at fuck it and you order your food and you're alarmed rather than your fucking pajamas and socks around the hotelier juror. False true so then what what are we talking about. I mean this is. I'm just explaining to you. I'm explaining to you why we are recording the way we're recording okay. In sounds like she's going to tell the fucking shit is going to sound like shit so not. Let's go what we got. It was like this in the mornings now. I feel like night is much more relaxed. Well not wrong. We had to have a pretty excuse me. Risks life from me as you said. I'm just telling you that. Last night. I would be risk. You risked your life for me. So is okay. That's indisputable that's indisputable. We did for the show. The i'm also doing the same thing for correct. You worked for me like this. Is you know. I think this idea that. We're somehow equal partnership or something is not. I understand that kirk okay. Well i don't know. I mean you know again. I don't know you're and lounging around the fucking thing. Talk of the people in your pajamas and your socks last night. Get your fucking food at six thirty when the next day. The shows no where you'll be ready and your participation of that. Is that in the semi thing about sarah fuller. Being invited inauguration on wednesday. Okay go ahead. Mike conceive the floor is yours. Talk about sarah. Fuller the kicker going united and why any of the people listening today would give a shit and a half about that. Go ahead please. I was hoping we would get to it. Thank you it's like. Oh seven let make a band so let let let them do make some of it so go ahead guys go ahead. I'll tell the way for me. I think it's more about the media coverage because the other clip that you sent us was her you sent me was about kamala harris shoes and it's kind of interesting to to see the abrupt change in the media coverage just happened in like twenty days. It's gone from trump is evil all of a sudden. Oh look at kamala harris cute. I sent you sound of that. Yeah of course. I didn't send you. There's no sound like the sound is funny of that jane pauley laughing vice president elect harris laughing like we reacted the sound like. So you're telling me is. I wasn't aware of this so i appreciate that. Is that the media coverage is slanted more toward the left and the right. Yes correct. okay. I didn't know that. Thank brief now folks. I shocked i just thought that was based on the kamala clip. You sent that was a theme that you want you drop you one of these fucking mountains in joel. You know no one will ever fuck and find you ever ever this through. This feels like it's about more than whatever this piece of equipment is. That feels like youtube or angry. Now we've we've got a couple of good days. You've done a great job down here to see. This is where everyone's going to go kirks national. I'll be very clear doing spectacularly great job on the on the stuff down here awesome. He'll do a great job today. I'm very proud of him. He's people give him shit he doesn't deserve it when it comes to this To the case that we're working on he's been awesome eight plus. I cannot give them a high high enough great. I'm proud of him. I love working with them. But this is me knows me well enough to know by now working together for whatever it's been four months elian. How long has it been the stupid show for that. That something like this was going to fucking drive me crazy. And he didn't really want to address it. He tried to dance around it. I you not pissed off about like technology shit like that when we thought steve lost the show that time and he was very nervous. You didn't care australia again. Okay bucking the some nineteenth rate podcast host about trying to kill himself by the end of all wish you'd done before he's fucking episode. It was a lovely the point it was great. The point is again. I'll say it again. Pajamas saux when steve. The attitude is steve lounging down there in his pajamas. And saute m george fucking w bush himself mission accomplished and i have it tattooed in the stupid fucking forehead when he went and got that food in and now i'm getting this from the salad shit is going to be all fucking wrangled. I wanted to talk about obama the whole show now. I don't want to because we're going to sit here taco out. Third radius is going to sound like a third fucking podcast which noisy so now. We're gonna talk about some ticker going somewhere on wednesday where literally i could fucking set off a nuclear bomb in nobody who's affected by it would even know or care about sarasola. No one not a person. Except for socks. In sweats steve pajamas. Robinson who's fucking just. Mr fucking hotel lodging is busy bitching about the so. Tell us talking lounging around. Meanwhile he's bitching about this hotel's wi fi for endlessly for bucket. I'm trying to interview people and see like interrupting interviews the bitch fucking marriott with these fucking people and now now he's now he's putting his you know his faith in in. This very wide is true. Or false teeth while i was on the phone with customer service because this shitty marriott doesn't allow you to Doesn't do the customer service on your behalf. So i spent an hour trying to get the internet to work last night so that we could actually do remember staying in america. Don't get fucking we stay. Ship immense immense peer pressure from you to stay marriott. Because if i stay in the in the airbnb or the internet actually works. You hear you zero peer pressure. Would i saw what stay wherever you want. I don't care if by the way where do we stay in In upstate new york marian how to work it worked. Fine fucked old refines. It's like fifty percent marriott. Internet effectiveness where in new york or marriott's generally this idea that i was just lounging around. Not trying to prepare for. The show is an accurate. Because i was back here trying to get the internet to work because i had to handle customer service. Mary won't do that for six six. Thirty six thirty last night. When i saw you what were you doing. I was getting food. So i could eat for the first time since breakfast lunch. Yes you did. I wasn't ready to eat right then saying at at six thirty i was. I was ready to eat some fucking food. And you're starving eaten in three days. We stopped at ingles. 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Taking Charge of Menopause Symptoms With Food

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:21 min | 2 months ago

Taking Charge of Menopause Symptoms With Food

"If you're experiencing symptoms of peri menopause or menopause or even postmenopausal. I think you're going to want to stay tune this morning because we're going to be sharing some key information about how food choices can affect menopausal symptoms. So here's a just a quick example to start us off when many women drink a glass of wine in the evening you know what happens is they will wake up in the middle of the night. With night sweats or hot flashes. So if you can relate to that have you made that connection that just simply having a drink with alcohol in the evenings can often lead to hot flashes or night sweats and a poor night's sleep for sure. I have definitely made that connection. I did experience waking up from wine many times and now i rarely drank wine these days but whenever i do have a glass of wine in the evening yes it does help me fall asleep but then i wake up two or three times throughout the night and can't get back to sleep. The lesson i learned from this is wine can easily cause women of a certain age. Have night sweats and poor sleep. Also eating sugary treat before bed does the same thing. It spikes sugar. The blood sugar drops causing a night sweat and then alcohol also causes surface sleeping. See you don't get that deep sound sleep that you're looking for that's right and like you side people might be thinking. Gosh a glass of wine really helps me to fall asleep or relax or relaxed but then you know the downside is the waking up throughout the night and really not getting that deep restful sleep right over the years plenty of clients have told me if they have a glass of wine before bed they actually wake up dripping wet. They might need to change their pyjamas. Sometimes they even need to change their sheets and so for them. I mean in quickly loses. Its lor you know when when the symptoms are severe. That's right definitely changes things as a preussen in menopause and as one of our presenters in our menopause. Some and are. I know the connection between menopause symptoms and my food choices. My name is joanne. Right out i'm registered dietitian and have worked in a variety of settings for the past thirty years. I love teaching. The menopause seminar and working with clients individually who are experiencing menopause symptoms. Yes we should introduce ourselves. My name is kara harper. And i'm a licensed nutritionist. And a certified nutrition specialist. I've worked with a great number of clients who have also experienced menopause symptoms. And i'm getting to that. Age of peri menopause. So personally i do understand the challenges that women have during the peri menopausal years and that can be anytime between really between the ages of thirty five forty to fifty five. Of course that depends on a lot of factors depends on diet. What the person's eating with the stress level is but it is around that time that some women start experiencing symptoms

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Unlocking Podcast Profits with Hiro.Fm for Coaches, Course Creators and Experts with Carla White

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

04:00 min | 3 months ago

Unlocking Podcast Profits with Hiro.Fm for Coaches, Course Creators and Experts with Carla White

"I wanna kind of walk through scenario here. 'cause i'm sure. A lot of people are podcasters coaches or coaches or like people who sell courses and From a podcasters perspective. My immediate thought processes. Ooh i can use this as a way to take my listeners and give them better constant on a private network on a private feed in exchange for an email or an exchange maybe for money for selling it in exchange for something because obviously you know podcasting limitation is. I don't have an email. Address cannot track people. I cannot have very little analytics. Oh who who is listening So i i love to like in. My curiosity is a do. I need to create a sales page or opt in. Page your squeeze page for this. Or is there an actual. Does that come with kind of hero was like what is that. Look like in terms of like the actual nuts and bolts of creating that like That squeeze page right so you could use whatever page you want. You can use form We do have a zap zappers. Epa's app however you pronounce which will automatically add that listener into hero and send them the email or if you collect their phone number. It will send a text message with the activation leaks. So they can get via email or text message Don so you can sell it from a final page wordpress. Whatever you daughter any location going forward though we will allow for both so you can either have it from your own. Sales page and or within be listed in directory is well if you wanna have that listed than the directory and then maybe you wanna have them. Both your own sales page where you're allowing for the whole product to be sold in just in our directory is the sample you know. You're gonna what i'm really passionate about with. This product is giving the info per noor or the businesses much information as we legally can of other listeners Without getting in trouble like if you go to audible or in a lot of other. I sell apps. I don't know who's getting my app. Right arrow alma anybody. Anything so Unless they reach out to me. So that's really hindering. Because i can't contact them really are tell any like salomon and so what i want to be able to do with. This is not only let you see. Who's all getting your products. But what other products are they interested in. What are their interest in the you know like. Where are they falling off. Why are they falling off. Please sorta metrics and information so you know more about your audience than just. I've got this many listeners. From this podcast episode right. Yeah that's exactly to me. That doesn't tell me much. It's good but I like to know more about my listeners. Got it got it. So if i'm a podcast or i can. So we use pajama. For example we essentially could create a bonus content or a bonus podcasts or whatever we want to call it put it on our job he page podcasts ford slash bonus and then for those who opt in with a name and an email or phone number We can have xavier's at xabier automation to send them the private audio rss feed and then they could become a subscriber to that private feeding. Get the the things we promised And that's essentially a podcast for those listening. Could use tools away to to increase their options to make sales. You know just kind of get more creative with what they're what they're putting out as opposed to saying someone from audio to a video or audio two texts audio to a facebook group I love that

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Celebrating The Class Of 2020

Unreserved

04:54 min | 3 months ago

Celebrating The Class Of 2020

"Twenty twenty was a year of big changes for me as well. I took on hosting the show. It's almost been half a year and time has really flown. I remember when i found out that. I got the gig. I was buying pajamas. The official outfit and university of twenty twenty when the call came in and i yelled into my phone what And then there were a few other choice words I won't share here. I then went. And i grabbed a second pair of. Pj's a celebration gift to myself. And every time. I put on those. Pj's i think of that day it was a good moment. Another great moment was earlier. This season when i got a chance to speak with actor lorne cardinal who won the imaginative august schellenberg award of excellence. The award recognizes the work of an indigenous actor whose work celebrates the spirit and commitment that schellenberg showed over the course of his career. One of lawrence. Most recognizable roles is sergeant davis. Quinton from the hit. Tv show corner gas. I asked him if he thought taking on. The role of davis changed the course of his career. It did it did in the fact that just national recognition and from all all people they just know really like davis and the davis is basically my version of a pachinko clown. That's how i approached him. Was everything was exciting to him. Everything was new and fresh. That's where he gets so excited all the time because he's actually excited. He loves it totally. he's never halfway with anything. He's all in or nothing. And i mean what a gift to be able to play like a funny indigenous character right because frequently it is. It can be a lot of the same note. I think for seven dizziness actor so to be able to play you know a lovable clown and just live in that world of comedy for all of those seasons and still even now. Because you're doing the animated show right physical comedy. So i was able to bring those chops in as well with that innocent so i was throwing stuff in there and they were kind of like okay. Slow down there turbo easy. Then i can do okay. I'm like that if anyone gives me a prop it's all over. Couldn't find out what it does one of my favorite episodes of security cam. When i got to play with my keizer and i got the police. Shield is well. So how can they have fun with this dropping my hat and bend over and like getting myself into the throat with the police. Shield all the time and then trying to get into the car with the police. Shield while i'm into ended up seeing myself in guide to help me get out behind the wheel behind the glass in the driver's seat. When okay i'm getting phobic now you know it's one of the things. You're blessed with incredible writers. The comedy writers in canada working on that show so we didn't have to do any improvising or anything like that was all scripted and we stuck to the script and we made choices not to bring up the indigenous background of davis. He is what he is. The only time we did we did do. It was a great cup episode. Where davis leaves the tickets for the grey cup somewhere. And they're at the game and he can't find him and stuff in my partner tear. Is you know. Maybe they're in a glovebox. No because they're for gloves. They're not there and i said well i'm just go over there and get them off that person over there and then and tears go no. You can't do that you can't go scalped tickets. You can't do that and i go. Why because of macree man and she goes no. Because you're a cop and it's illegal in but in that scene original scripts said why. Because i'm a native man and so we had the discussion said i don't identify myself. As a native man i'm a crewman. So that's how davis would respond. I'm a man put. The writers wanted no no. We need a native. i said okay. So every take we did i said crewman producers. Come up to me. Say okay. Let's not just give them one so they have it. In the canon. The writers will be happy. Oh sure yeah okay. Let's do it again. I just would not budge on that. Because i know if i did it once they would use that one so i didn't give them any option and i explained. I said this is how i view myself is davis would view and so he doesn't say he's a native man he says he's creek like backwards heritage in one of the episodes. They wanted me to say the eskimo debate came up. And i said i'm not saying eskimo so again i had to defend my stand because i didn't want other people could say it but you know this is a derogatory remark to our brothers and sisters. So i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna say that. I'll say i'll say in you it.

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Pajamas (MM #3564)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Pajamas (MM #3564)

"The minute with kevin mason one of my favorite holiday stories throughout the years from my wife's family. They always used to get to be blow. Open one present on christmas eve and nine times out of ten. It'd be new pajamas. Took her while to figure out. They always wanted them to have new pajamas to be opened up christmas presents the next day. Take pictures of the new pajamas. It just made me chuckle. I never got presents on christmas eve. Some people do some people. Don't some people open them earlier. Go visit family members if they go to grandma's house or something like that so they get to open presents on christmas eve and then on christmas day since i didn't have much family. We opened our presents on christmas day and that was about it. But that little story about tradition and my wife's family warms. my heart. is the one part about christmas. I like when people have their traditions. And i think that's what's really important during the holidays and the tough part this year. We're not able to participate in a lot of our traditions because a lot of us won't be with family. We're not going to be an indiana this year. We're not going to be with family doing what we normally would do. And that's kind of sad. But as i always like to say this is a long term game and i'd rather miss out this year and be here for many more years to come.

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Pajamas (MM #3564)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Pajamas (MM #3564)

"The minute with kevin mason one of my favorite holiday stories throughout the years from my wife's family. They always used to get to be blow. Open one present on christmas eve and nine times out of ten. It'd be new pajamas. Took her while to figure out. They always wanted them to have new pajamas to be opened up christmas presents the next day. Take pictures of the new pajamas. It just made me chuckle. I never got presents on christmas eve. Some people do some people. Don't some people open them earlier. Go visit family members if they go to grandma's house or something like that so they get to open presents on christmas eve and then on christmas day since i didn't have much family. We opened our presents on christmas day and that was about it. But that little story about tradition and my wife's family warms. my heart. is the one part about christmas. I like when people have their traditions. And i think that's what's really important during the holidays and the tough part this year. We're not able to participate in a lot of our traditions because a lot of us won't be with family. We're not going to be an indiana this year. We're not going to be with family doing what we normally would do. And that's kind of sad. But as i always like to say this is a long term game and i'd rather miss out this year and be here for many more years to come.

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Big Freedia "Queen of Bounce"

Q

12:19 min | 4 months ago

Big Freedia "Queen of Bounce"

"On stage in front of a sweaty crowd of people pushed together dress their best remember? Beginning crowds of people with other sweaty people and being dressed your best and not just wearing pajamas all the time. Bounce music is party music and big Frida will she's the Queen abounds. It's a sub genre hip hop that originated in New Orleans, where big Frieda is from people lose their minds when they see big freedom perform. She wraps torques and she Wants you to both rap and torque. Big Frieda has had a busy year despite the pandemic. Last time we spoke on cue, she had just released new music. She was hosting Friday night shakedown parties and a cooking show. And now she's got a new holiday deep and her 2015 memoir, God, Save the Queen Diva. Is out in paperback. I got up with Big Frieda over Zoom, and she started off by explaining what it is that she loves that she adores about bounce music. I mean, I love my crowd. First and foremost, I love the culture of bounce music. I love the origin way comes from my love The people that love the music. The sound the base the boom, they're not, You know, I love everything about it. It's You know is what I know. It's what I grew up listening to is what I enjoy. It is my type of music. What do you think it is that the audience gets out of it. Like when? What do you think that when people watch you and your dancers go like what do you think they get out of it? Well, A lot of people have told me over and over that it's like a bounce revival. You know, like they some type of spirit comes within them. And they, you know, they let their self loose and they lay their hair down and they party and they have a good time. I'm so happy you said about survival. I want to play this. Take a listen. Please don't harm being faces. Either room killers all read in about a minute Walk, Walk, walk, walk up in the room maker maker becoming a man's globules. No one's reading you. That is my guest. Big freedom. Performing the title track offer latest Keep Louder, which came out earlier this year featuring I kind of pop. So Bounce revival you in this in the video for that there's bounce and there's gospel music, So let's just let's just get their facts straight here. You started out in the church right in church choir. Did. I started out Very young in church. Um, I later became a choir director and my church home at my high school. I had my own choir somewhere Many quiet around New Orleans traveled the world with a choir. So yes, started in gospel music, and then you had to make a decision right between bounce and gospel. Well, at some point, I'd be it. You know, One sound. I started to get heavier. And so the bounce music and things kind of started to take off for me. I kind of have to make a decision. Yeah, but that was that a hard call. Itwas. It was very hard. Um, you know, I talk to a few people. First. I talked to my mom and then I talked to a few people at the church. I talked to my godmother, Georgia who's in the book. Um, you know about the situation and about what was going on in my life in these transitions, and yeah, it was a hard call. And, you know, my mom always said no matter what, long as you keep God first and everything that you do, I think you'll be okay and that stuck with me and I made my decision right? You're right, because it's not just a matter of like, I don't have a lot of time. Like I have. I have to get me That's part of it. But it's also sort of a spiritual decision, you know? Yeah, it is. You know, I was tossing and turning, you know, while making the decision off, you know, going into over crossing over to bounce music, but I never lost my faith. And I never lost my hope. And I never lost my love for gospel music. Still listen to it all the time. I still you know, Go back and saying what the quiet when we have unions, so I'm still you know, I'm still connected. And And you know, the building is the is just the place and I still have church in. They must love to see you when you come in to sing with the choir again. Oh, yeah, it be like old times. You know, we'd be all happy to see each other, You know, And then I go back into a whole nother person. I'm not freedom. When I go to church, you know, it's like I go back to when I was growing up and where my roots come from, so It brings me back in the aisle. I love to be reminded of where I come from. Well, let's let's bring it back to what you said earlier about about survival. What similarities? You see between bounce and gospel? Well, um, I see a lot of singularities first. I see that, you know, is a gathering of people and then You know, there's something that come over them. You know when they're at abound. Show that something that comes over them when they're at church. I'm also still directing. I'm directing. When I was directing in church. I will open my hands and people will, you know, saying now one pointing my finger and people shaking ass is so it has a lot of similarities. Still, you know, I feel still like, feel kind of feel like the director when I'm on stage. Yeah, The The intention in the process is the same. The result is a tiny bit different. I get it. Yeah. Most most of the time for church, people falling on pews. And, uh, you know, when I'm at abound, shield they're they're falling out with their ass is My guest is my guest is big Frieda. Another thing that struck me in your book, and you mentioned this. Just that actually was how strong your relationship was with your mom. Um, I know I know your mom since past I'm really sorry for your loss, and I I could only imagine what it would have lost. That must be because you get the feeling that your mom just gave you unwavering support. And you tell this story. I was hoping you might tell about the principle. Call in home on you and your mom having to stick up for you know what he well, you know, I always had issues when they came to my hair. And what do you mean? I always wanted to wear my hair all type of ways and exotic and you know hi to the feeling and there's one particular time I had went to school with a foul. That was kind of high like Marge Simpson, You know that high of a style. And the principal was just not happy. When I walked in school. He was just very much not happy. He called my mom right away. He was fun family, and he, you know, cousin. And my mom went to the school and put him right in his place and said that the Children should be worried about their education and not worried about my child's here. So she told him just the two bit where to get off at, But she always defended me. No matter what. She was my queen. She was my rock. She was my biggest cheerleader. And when I told my mom at an early age that I knew that I was gay, she said that she already knew and that she loved me for who I am. So once I had the support of my mom Um, I didn't need approval from anybody else in the world. So my life really begin at that point off, starting to make my own decisions and feeling really finding out who I was and finding my truth. There. I don't need to tell you. There are parents who would not be a supportive right? Oh, yeah, Most definitely. I had friends who Mom was not supported. That wasn't having it that you know, they couldn't do the things that idea or they couldn't go to places I went or, you know they couldn't be themselves. You know, I don't with that growing up as well. A lot of my friends around me had issues at home that they were fighting. And they will come from me and my mom as the outlet. She was the cool, mama. She must be still with you, You know? She's my guarding an angel. She walks inside of me every day. She's in. She's still within me, and she helps to protect and make things happen for me. If you're just tuning in, my guess is Big Frieda. She's known as Queen of Bounce. Her memoir is out now in paperback. It's called God Save the Queen Diva. You've been talking a lot about bounce you've been talking about, you know, keeping going during some of these dark moments, and in the book, you talk about it particularly dark moment You get pretty candid about Hurricane Katrina. You were with your siblings when it struck. Your niece was with you. Who was just a little baby. Can you tell me a little bit about that story? You know, Katrina was really rough in life changing for all of us. You know, we had to be evacuated by boat. Um, you know, we have to cut a hole in the roof to try to get your rescues to even see us who kept flying over us and picking up neighbors, right? Um, next door to us. So we had some really trying times We slept on the bridge. We slept at the convention center for a few days. We went on a cargo plane and got dropped off at an army camp base. What? Then we slept. Yeah, there we slept at a warming campgrounds. Then we went to ST or then we went to the class Louisiana. Then we went. I went to Houston. Then I moved back to New Orleans. So my life was in a really Um, it was a roller coaster, and it was, um Roller coaster of emotions and moving and restructure in my life and finding out where I was going to live, you know, along with my family and I think often Katrina, though, because it gave people a chance to start their lives over, especially if your life was in shambles, or you needed a new start. But for me it also let me know that material. Things don't mean anything long as you could survive and have your life you can get through anything and all that other stuff can be brought again. But you can't buy your life again. And that was the most important for me with survival moments for me and my family to survive during those times, and a lot of times we take tragedies for for granted when we see things on on TV and on the news and on, you know, on the radio. But After experiencing country Noah. I took everything that I saw into account and I felt the pain of those people and what they went through and whatever catastrophic disaster death he had, But Katrina was definitely life changing for New Orleans. On. We're still recovering each day. I don't want to, in any way imply that it was good. I don't want to, in any way imply that it was Ah, anyway. Good thing. It was absolutely devastating thing that happened her Katrina, But like do you think That you'd be Where you are today if you hadn't survive something like that. Not at all. You know, even surviving it. You know, it also put The sound of bounce music even further because we were displaced all over the world, and people started to want to know what's that music? What type of music is that? Can you teach me the dances? You know we were. We were all over the world. They had a little New Orleans all over the world, And when those New Orleans people were displaced, they wanted to listen to their type of music. And it was New Orleans bounce so people in Houston and Atlanta and you know, everywhere we were man. What is that music, you know? Teach me that. Show me that. And I thought if the travel all over people started requesting me And when I got to the different clubs and in venues, it was like Michael Jackson or Prince had a ride because the people were screaming and holiday and like running up to me, like, Oh, my God, I can't believe you here, you know, but it was felt. Like a sense of home and I wanted to bring some joy into those people like that was going through some stuff and I was still trying to bring joy in my own life, so it felt good to go around and see people of New Orleans. And how they missed the culture and how they missed the music. So the music really started to spray it and got me even further. Are you cool with that? Are you cool? When when? When

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EU pushes for 'right to disconnect' from work at home

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

EU pushes for 'right to disconnect' from work at home

"Is working from home the fun you thought it might be okay maybe it can work in your pajamas but what about the isolation the burnout depression fatigue muscular and eye problems that's what the European Union lawmakers asking as an E. U. committee votes in favor of an employee's right to disconnect from the internet and email the lawmakers argue that the culture of being always on and the growing expectation the workers should be reachable at any time can her work life balance and physical and mental health and well being the lawmakers want the European Commission to drop rules allowing people to take time out from the pressures of working at home I'm Rita folly

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NIP Drops Out of Dota

We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN

04:28 min | 4 months ago

NIP Drops Out of Dota

"An ip also known as nip depending on who you want to be casting. Your games are no longer together in terms of the org so the oregon has dropped the doda to team completely. The in case you forgot the roster is charlie supreme saver light sonoko and my boy arrow is michika but in the official roster. I think he might still be listed there. But he hasn't played with the team for a while. He has another team entirely michelle. Maybe still officially on tryout. So that's why he was not added to the official ip roster. So i guess they're still they were still technically a four man team but so are you surprised by this not really it's just it's really How to say this is a great example of the times right. I'm gonna. I'm gonna read out the quote from there From the coo. About why they chose to do this. Because i think they're trying to make it very clear that they're not leaving doda because they don't like the game or like the team that they have or whatever but its economy right so says this year has taken a massive toll on what was already an unstable ecosystem with the indefinite postponement of the deep sea. And the international we find ourselves in an increasingly unclear path to financial stability within the game. We're seeing a high concentration of town in the region meaning that the cost of keeping up is markedly higher while revenues are dwindling. Ninjas in pajamas is one of the most iconic teams in the world competing for the biggest trophies is a core part of our dna and the road so that through is simply not viable at this point because of that we have decided to shut down our doda to department in its current format and rethink our strategy regional presence completely a special thanks go star players who have worked hard to improve. Take all positively to our all our ideas on how to rethink the current way of approaching doda to. It's an incredibly talented group of players. Who have no doubt go far. I wish them the very best of luck. So there's a couple of things here right one. Is they talk about how europe is just too expensive like the cost. Benefit here is not good when there's no d. c. n. ti. It's way cheaper on the team and other regions because the salary expectations are lower. That's one well in addition to that. Obviously you like we just said is the highest tier doda right now. So if you're not in the top echelon which they're not yup then. You're not going to be doing well either. And then if you go to another region like for example if they picked up an a team like that in the current form even make sense. I don't know with the new. Dpc calling in january. Maybe it's possible but we've talked about this before and we just can't be surprised dr sure there's teams that are actually winning right now. That are doing decently. Well that are still losing money. And that's the problem with doda in not shun. Hopefully things will start changing as a result of the dp A big problem here. Is that an order of this magnitude. Needs to pull out of the game because of economy. That's the red flag right. It's not that big leaves. Doda can have different reasons for doing it. You can leave it because your team just isn't doing well. Or you want to reinvest into another game and you want to focus on that instead but this wording to me is pretty clear it is. We can't profit off this game and it sucks because we like it. You know that that pretty much seems to be the case and they're not the first ones right the reason this is making more headlines as that it's an ip there's been other teams doing the exact same like in Multiple teams have shutdown orders. That were investing just ended up quitting. Was it crazy. The team was zoa and It's a tra- the org left first. And then eventually the team disbanded but like and they probably ended up disbanding because they had no financial support and terminally so you know it's kind of a ripple effect and all we can do is really hope that whatever valve does in the start of the next year i just hope. It's not the bare minimum. You know. I really hope they understand. And see how much value there is in getting invested in this. And how much there is to lose really by not doing it that we don't just settle. I feel like we've settled for pretty long and we need some sort of like active interference. Or whatever you wanna call it.

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Virus keeps Black Friday crowds thin, shoppers shift online

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Virus keeps Black Friday crowds thin, shoppers shift online

"Another Black Friday's in the books but this year holiday shopping is a bit different because of the pandemic the U. S. centers for disease control describes shopping in crowded stores as a higher risk activity during the Kobe pandemic some shoppers seemed cautious like June Kim in San Francisco I was kind of interested in seeing like if there was going to be a big crowd or not and then if there was I was just gonna go home mall operators say they tried to be careful avoiding door buster specials that often have shoppers cramming together this year offering bargains online and encouraging drive up service Boston shopper Damien Oliver was pleased with his experience in a major department store lines aren't crowded and they're doing a great job practicing social distancing pandemic items are hot sellers this year game consoles cookware and pajamas four people expecting to spend a lot of time at home I'm Jackie Quinn

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Marys Urban Legend

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:04 min | 5 months ago

Marys Urban Legend

"Welcome to kiss. Miss and mysteries signed their host kid chrome today the urban legend of mary bloods worth and this concerns. The urban legend bloody mary stunning in the bathroom chanting looking in the mirror. I've done a story on this before the brought it up to the twenty first century but this is a little more background and history with an interesting and most people have heard of the legend about bloody mary. A woman that was murdered in the seventeen hundreds for giving birth to a baby that was fatherless. The story of bloody. Mary begins with the village condemning her baby to death while mary watched in horror and then each person the village slash mary's face while she was forced to watch yourself being caught up in a mirror there are several different rituals of bringing mary back but the most popular standing in front of a mirror with three candles lit and chanting the phrase bloody mary. I have killed your baby so come back. This must be chatted ten times and on the tenth time bloody. Mary is summoned but only comes to the chanter chantiers mirror but she said to be a vicious vengeful ghost which urban legend says we'll either violently flasher face drive the person insane that summoned her or scratch. That person's is out. Pull you into the mirror to live with her. I rest of your life or by chance you managed to escape perdue. She will haunt you every time you are of a mirror. Wow the ritual was most popular in the nineteen seventies during girls. Pajama parties of men are known to have tried the ritual. Also in one story girl tried the ritual and set at the end. I don't believe in mary and she fell and broke her hip right after. Is this coincidence. Maybe give it a go yourself. If you're truly brave enough to face. Bloody mary the most important part beside the candles and the chanting is the mirror. Most use bathroom there because generally they are l- arm or large enough to make the ritual work other dark rooms have large mirrors and they will work to why mirror. Well it's rumored that as thirty more villagers individually slashing. Mary's face when she died her spirit was trapped inside the realm of a mirror after several of the villagers have mysteriously died by viciously b.'s. Slashed in the face or came up missing. It was the man that originally impregnated mary that realized. Mary was trapped inside the mirror. He managed to get the mirror and buried it in marriage. Grave next to her baby's grave as time went by the mirror eventually was destroyed us leaving the vengeful spirit of bloody mary forever trapped in mirror image. Mary bloods worth live. Deep in the forest in a tiny cottage and sold herbal remedies for living villagers living in town nearby called her mary worthington and said she was a witch. She was a very beautiful woman. Most of the men in the nearby village were enchanted by her. All the women in the village were jealous of mary. Many taunted her saying she was ugly and would never marry never had any children then. Young girls in the village began to disappear one by one. No one could find out what happened to them or where they'd gone. Grief-stricken searched the woods the local stores and all the houses and barns but there was no sign of the missing girls. A few brave souls even want to marries home in the woods to see if the which had taken the girls but she denied any knowledge of their disappearance still was noted that one of the men had been seen several times of mary's home. The neighbors were suspicious but he told everyone that he was going there to try. And discover the truth and hopefully trick. Mary into telling him where she was hiding the children. They could find no proof that mary had taken their young ones then came the night when the daughter of the sawmill owner rose from her bed and walked outside following an enchanted sound. No one else could hear the mill. Owner's wife had a toothache and was sitting up in the kitchen treating her tooth with an herbal remedy. What her daughter left the house. She yelled for her husband. Followed the girl out of the house. Her husband came running in his bed clothes and tried to restrain the girl but she kept breaking away in heading out of town. The desperate cries father and mother woke villagers. They came to help. The frantic couple suddenly a former yelled out and pointed to a strange glowing light at the edge of the woods. A few townsman followed him out into the field of saw mary standing beside a large tree holding a magic wand that was pointed towards the mill. Owner's house she was glowing with an unearthly light as she set her evil spell. Upon the miller's daughter the townsman grab

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Loungewear (MM #3517)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Loungewear (MM #3517)

"The with kevin mason shopping online. Especially when it comes to clothing because as a big man you have so few options locally. I can go to the dsl store. These bacall casual male and they've got some things i'm often interested in but they've also got some online deals that you can't pass up so i make sure to get their emails. The one thing. I've noticed from online stores and even from the emails i get from stores like macy's are they're all pushing lounge wear lounge wear in their catalogs laundry and their emails lounge wear on their websites because the world of dress or semi casual dresser. Work from home dress has changed drastically but lounge wear is becoming more and more popular all the time because most people while you're going to wear some kind of pants at home when you're on zoom call at least i hope you are so it's to be something more comfortable something more casual. Something more than pajama bottoms and lounge wear is the current new terminology. I don't know if it will change back to being a sweat suit or sweat clothing or whatever you wanna call it active. Where if you will down the road before right now is working from home. Enjoy your lounge wear.

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"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Specifically fear next wild fish or game meal chocolate about clientele like. What's your your average clientele and what times of the year you are you fishing most. Well you know my the people in the club have a wide demographic of age and but the biggest age group i would say his between forty five and sixty and what we see. Is you know all of a sudden. These moms kids are out of the house while they're done raising kids in running for volleyball basketball and all this stuff and they finally have some time to do what they wanna do into have just more free time to figure out what it is they want to do so that's kind of our big demographic. They're our oldest person in the club is eighty four. Yeah so we have lots in their seventies mid and late seventies. Lots in their sixties. Lots fifteen we have some twenty. Plus year olds in thirties and forties but for the largest chunk. Is that kids out of the household age woman. Okay it's fair and that that stems across from the club into into your guiding. Is well pretty much. You know a lot of most of my clients come from the club. Okay if you're going to go out on a charter boat you have to go with six people you know they take six people at a time so it costs more you know and if if you're they kind of do a drying system so the first fish goes to the first person in the sex so you're dividing your catch between six people it's good swaggie what we do here when we go out spearfishing..

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"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:26 min | 6 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"We can go sturgeon spearing or weaken. Go on a raft that secured rumor and fish. The walleye run in the river from this graph that has like sleeping compartments on it. So you're efficient twenty four hours a day. that's crazy. Yeah you should see the pictures. It's just wild you know and I've been to winnipeg canada. Walleye fishing and i've been in alaska. Wisconsin has so many great opportunities fishing. The great lakes is just amazing. You know we. I fish lake superior. One time cut twelve species in one day. And it's probably not a big thing if you're saltwater anger because there's so many species in there but on inland lakes so it's kinda rare to catch twelve species in one outing even in salt waters. It's very rare to do that as well. So that's awesome so you have that article the twelve step program. Pleat your wisconsin fishing bucket list. Have you done all. Have you done all twelve of those. Yes i have. And that's why. I know him firsthand in their kind of different experiences. All of them. So what's the. I guess you could give us a like broad overview. Obviously we want people to go read the article but it's sort of a what experience stands out most to you your favorite. What kind of maybe would be year not not less favourite but less enjoyable. I don't know if that's a good term but well for for me. I love salmon fishing in. That's not necessarily available to other places. I mean a very few places you can do it. I mean you have to go to the west coast or alaska but the great lakes is a great salmon fishery and that's kind of what you know. The power of those fish is amazing. So that's kind of what my latest has been. So that's a good one and then some of these other ones that are just lake trout fishing. Or some of these bigger species. You know and i go up to lake of the woods. A lot minnesota. That's one of my favorite destinations especially for ice fishing and While in salmon or my top species that fish for me pan fish lot of pan fish sometimes but that's lower on the list what's fair As far as eating quality. What's what's your favorite. Well i i like salmon..

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"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"The addition of social media is it. Is it fueled growth or allowed you to reach boundaries. I think it definitely has fueled growth because You know before. Social media was hard to connect with each other. You know you saw someone out there fishing. You had no way to know that these other people fished and you could be part of that so it really allowed the communication to spread so widely rapidly and people started improving their skills and just kind of connecting with people in men have a much larger peer group when it comes to fishing and hunting buddies. Lot of women don't have that peer group so in they don't get invited on the guy trips so this kind of provided a peer group for them to learn from into go on trips with and it kinda started to even the playing field a little bit. I think that's a that's a very valuable and cool thing to create a space. That may've definitely didn't otherwise exist in i think facilitated a lot of really cool interactions and away for women to enjoy the sport and so with that I guess how have you seen organization. Grown grow over time outside the social media sort of. How do you connect with women on the day to day to to create spaces to to go out and fish. Well you know this weekend this coming weekend. We're gonna have our fourteenth annual fish camp in that very first fish camp. there was twenty three people at in. Nobody had a boat. We were on at this campground. It was camping and fishing. That one person had a bolt and fast forward fourteen years later of course say thirteen years later because last year the whole resort is full. We've topped out at seventy five people that's most people we could get there. And everyone had these big boats or driving these big ep boats bass boats and everyone's got a kayak or boat or some kind of fishing vessel. Most people do which i think is a in the last you know in that thirteen year period the growth in the knowledge that they've learned over that time has been incredible and myself included. Now do you see a lot of Repeat participants nattered you. What's the what's the ratio between people that repeatedly come to events in those that are that are newly introduced..

"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

03:33 min | 6 months ago

"pajamas" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"She worked with the peace corps in dominican republic so to reach out to her as well to To verify some of our our thoughts on the recipe here see if we can singled out. 'cause always have is description the fond memory from college to to work off of none a little hazy so keep an eye out for that in in the next couple of months for sure As well as We've talked about it almost every episode in the last month or so but make sure you're checking out our adventure for food podcast which also played on this channel and it just features it goes straight down to exactly what it mentions just to the adventure for acquiring food in the wild which is cool so here we talk about cooking in there. We talk about catching it hunting. It obtaining it whatever way you want to go about it but nonetheless really awesome way to To have a very concise quick entertaining. Moment listening to those podcasts. But now for our guest today She is a us coastguard. Licensed captain fishing. Guide president of wisconsin. Women fish and producer of women is angler project author and outdoor educator. I introduce you to barb kerry. Hey thanks for having me yeah. It's it's an absolute pleasure to have you on the podcast today. So welcome to the harvest in nature. Wild fishing game podcast So with that if you could tell us a little bit about yourself Where you're from. We looted little bit into it in your introduction but more specifically way from it what you do and we'd love to hear about you will. I grew up in the. Up of michigan which is kind of a wilderness area anyway. so there's lots of thing fishing and trapping opportunities there. And as i grew up. I i i went to nursing school and worked as a nurse for five or six years and i went to be a police officer in. I was a police officer for many years. Until i got injured on duty and then i had to retire so this whole time my whole life. I've been so one of the things i found about fishing is. I was trying to learn as much as i could. But when i would see these old timers you know these old guys out on the ice or out fishing. Nobody would tell you anything. I mean everything was a big secret in that kind of like. I had a really hard time learning and getting better so i finally met a couple other women that fish and i said. Hey i'm gonna. I'm gonna have a women's event and we can all get together and fish in women tell have no secrets when it comes to fishing. You know they share information in it just kind of morphed into this club which now has over four hundred members from sixteen states in canada. And we've been around for this. We're starting our fifteenth year. Now so we've seen how the sport is changed over with the advent of social median. How things have changed in the last fifty fifteen years. It's been unbelievable so you think that.

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"pajamas" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"pajamas" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Alot so when last we left we and curtain found Coda. But I'm Chris is stuff and we have to get Chris. Ready for a Broadway show. Gosh point it's a day and three quarters music but honestly it's just not as catcher vessels about the scandals of him potentially had stolen music from other people but you cut it and saved him. Three musical is go. We're GONNA be fine is music. We apparently he stole from. But I'm John Williams show John Williams didn't do he did Harry Potter. But I'm but I'm listening. Enjoy this. It's good listeners. We are not picking up music having babies having a better. A better luck with the actually. We're we're doing a lot of like Feline Moves. Kind of just like working on his body move us. I think it was code up but I'm also at rehearsal. Coda was a nice reference point so we were thinking. Where can we get Chris really into character? Let's go down to the local shelter and and those cats they're tons of cats and they're all Kinda scraggly so we thought. Let's go down to the shelter and you can get some inspiration. It's a quota with with. You sure did. Yeah in the bag. You know out at the other end CODA as I've mentioned before but I'm Sh- was he he is. He was traumatized and he's not always super grade about above about interaction with other human beings. I think it was worried. Another Kennedy caught one. Thank you. I'm not necess- but silly went down to the shelter but we had a goat section you buy and honestly this goat. But I'm sh- he was singing and dancing and I felt a little bit threatened as the lead in cat's pajamas jealous. No you actually did kinda catch yourself because he uses the Pronoun but I caught it. Yes is the important thing yourself. Turn to the shelter did when we were there all of the cats. But I'm on the ship. Were like really loud? They were having Bubba gump. Bumps lots of conversation and Coda was just what I'm looking at Chris White. I'd like something is up. He was trying to commute. Sh Yeah and I thought that But I was being stressed out by all of these other cats but among in crawling all over you were like. He doesn't do that and so like a hug and he whispered into year. It's coming but I'm pumped I don't know traumatize after present quotas said great catastrophe if you uprising against cat owners but I'm everywhere defined it for you but above like Seri- and I said what but GonNa talk speak English and he said Yeah But we didn't hear him only then. I said but you bump in the other room. I also thought that Chris was a cat whisper but a bunch so maybe he only hears them but got it so you so you but I'm Sh- you like me to code and then Kota but I'm sh- said how can you Kota but I'm bumps. Protect me at least through the opening of cats in pajamas in CODA on bump sh said the show must not go on if the show goes on the uprising. That's the reason came up right after the reason for the uprising will cast a real cat but cats are so tired of humans are culturally appropriate ing but sh- yeah that they they want to take matters into their own policy but I think that refers some but I'm sure so Chris says CODA but I'm bummed Ch- thank you for your opinion but you are just a pat and Chris Decide. This is a very emotional conversation decides he is going on going on with the show as your back there for so long and we have moves to practice. You don't have anything down. Nothing nothing the only thing you have down is the Harry Potter Pumps meowing music. I set code down in this adoption center. And I said Coda but I'm bumps. This is my dream. That has gotten a coat. But I'm this is my dream. This is my time. I'm leaving you and I'm going to perform and android. Weber's bump bump cats and bump bump stomas. I Made Coda but a bump said well go ahead and just you wait and so Chris left. Coda but I'm bumped the shelter like a terrible donor so he the next day. We had practiced all night all day. his I mean I gotta Say I'm a better teacher than his dialect was on point. Let's let's hear your Doctor Pajamas. Meow accent now without saying now governor young the his packed. But I'm a bunch. And but I'm bumped and Hudson's they're opposed Nicole up shaping. Jason put up a bit. The lights lights come up the lights. Come up Gus Chris's on stage. And he gets out one perfect well. Let's hear it and suddenly so you can hear scratching coming from outside the theater and it's climbing wall to wall on the ceiling and then all of us into the doors Indian every time running but the cat in what was crazy is in that moment. The audience applauded because they thought it was part of the show. Won't the CATS SH- came in and murdered everyone who was a cabinet bumps and those who were review miraculously none of the reviewers owners and reviewers survived and so the reviews came out the next day and it was the best review time so Chris? Obviously he quit the show because he wanted to end on a high. No flew back here to actually a really interesting turn of events because you by leaving code. But I'm at the shelter. You were no longer a cat owner and therefore you and I do think I could do nothing about. It was the catastrophe about. I feel I feel real bad about code. I mean you really are two people dying league. No He's not the I mean that is I left code. He did the show saying he'll terrible person because he abandoned his loving cat. But I'm from you about the uprising and let it happen. He knew the reason for it off. You go see my reviews. Yes but you know what the guy from the Tribune. But I'm he said there will never be another performance like this servile the Yeah but you're you're you're God but I'm not GonNa be great like the catastrophe is over right so you get CODA account. Basically you might not want to somehow. What should I say to him? Just meow at him singing my song rump up from meow home you know your own. We're all you know. Maybe we should go and seeing that to him. Bob Hope is put on bumps per I gotta say out. Chris is an amazing Broadway stones. Really talented I'm sure. Let him quit. Sure he would've fucked up night to he doesn't want you never know. Never know the reviews are in and that's what counts and leave them wanting more right but don't pump yes. Leave them wanting more so from all of us to all of you. So if your name is Harry Sally Coir Gosh Tina Jamie Poehler Tina Fey Their whole together. Sh- if you're out there but that wasn't one you're oh does that mean if you out there and you are listening thank.

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