35 Burst results for "Peel"

Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Work for 'The Resurrected Jesus'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Christen Limbaugh Bloom Describes Her Work for 'The Resurrected Jesus'

"How are you involved in this? Because it's actually true that I've almost never worked with a co writer, all of my books. I find it can be, I mean, it can be helpful, but also become a confusing who does what who writes, how does that. So how did that work with you? That's a good point. Well, dad has had his process for delving into the scriptures doing the research, he has a gift for really peeling through and then explaining different commentaries on a lay level. And so we kind of had an organic process where he would start a draft, send it to me, then I would add my insights to things that he had pointed out and then it was kind of the opposite with prayers. So he was going through the text. I would add insights to that. We would talk through it. And then I would add prayers that I thought accompanied what we had discussed and then he would add insights to my prayers. And so really it kind of coalesce to the point where it turned out to be both of our voices, but

Brian Birdwell: The Agonizing Burns of 9/11

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Brian Birdwell: The Agonizing Burns of 9/11

"And so I collapsed in front of Roy the four of them give grasp a grab an armor a limb to give that exertion to pick me up because this is not a place to wait for medical care to get to me The fire is still burning and spreading smoke is filling up that hallway And when they grab me you know they give that first exertion to pick me up and I don't come with them They end up carrying chunks off of me and I begin screaming at them to leave me alone And I know in my heart I'm telling them to leave me there to die Because when you're that badly burned just being touched is agonizing but they're kind of like that paraffin treatment when you put your hand in the hot wax and then when you pull it out and it solidifies within it just peels right off That's what happens with burn flesh because the moisture in your body has been evaporated out and now there's nothing that moisture is what actually holds us together and that moisture is gone And so now just chunks come off and eventually the move me chuck rolls me over on the left hand side forcibly puts his arms underneath my left side of my torso taking chunks of the back off but eventually the four of them are shaking hands with each other that instead of grasping me they're gripping each other's arms with my body weight resting on their connected arms They eventually carry me through the beam ring door into an a ring access where I would receive my first medical care in the a ring from an air force doctor and John Baxter colonel John Baxter John would have the go bag that had a morphine morphine syringes IVs and things of that nature So he was headed to the medical clinic to be a part of the triage but basically 5 or 6 of us have been set here and what's the hasty triage location He stops Puts the takes my shoes off so that he can find a good place with clean skin and a vein So he puts the morphine in the right foot the IV in the left Natalie ogletree a wonderful lady from the navy

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How to Navigate the Abortion Issue With Rich Baris

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | Last month

How to Navigate the Abortion Issue With Rich Baris

"Me ask you rich, again, so can you just help me navigate this? I'm a little worried that if Republicans are not able to message on the abortion issue or if it becomes the primary issue, we lose, which actually is bad for the cause for life and trust me, I'm not one to back away from a fight. Everyone knows that, but I want to win. I don't think it's wise to go in a direction or talk in a way that you're not necessarily literate. Can you help me navigate this rich? Yeah, you know, and we've done, we've done some number crunching on this, so Charlie, like primary turnout before and after row, there did, you know, you had obviously the referendum and you had Minnesota that day as well, you know, that was in the debate overturn out as well. But in truth, you know, since we've had Arizona, we've had Wisconsin, Democrats are getting thrashed on turnout. Alaska, which is weird and I know how it goes, people are wondering what's going to happen there. It's still the turnout. I haven't seen this kind of disproportionate turnout since 2010. Democrats have voted pretty decently in Alaska primaries in the last few cycles. But they're just getting crushed in Wisconsin turnout was gangbuster for Republicans. Wyoming yesterday was historic. Arizona record breaking. You know, so all throughout this primary season, Republicans have been really romping Democrats and Democrats obviously. They want it to be about abortion too, so they could try to peel off some of those moderate Republicans. But, you know, talk about historic. It would be historic. If a first term incumbent midterm party with an unpopular president was allowed to use a single issue to basically dominate the narrative across the board nationally.

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Pelosi Trip to Taiwan Tests China’s Appetite for Confrontation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Pelosi Trip to Taiwan Tests China’s Appetite for Confrontation

"By far the most powerful country in the world in military terms. Without any doubt. But with a home court advantage off China's coast, China has put massive resources into anti fit missiles interceptors and submarines precisely in order to be able to kill an American fleet in proximity to their coast. Their land army is terrible, peel of people's liberation armies, maybe the worst land army in the world. But their missile corps is excellent. And the studies from the air force and the Rand corporation and the office of net assessment, which I used to do some work for a Pentagon. Say that those missiles are extremely good. Now, you can argue about whether you contract moving the ship 800 miles off the coast if it's maneuvering. Can you really hit it well? The Ukrainians managed to sink the Russian flagship, the Moscow, hundred kilometers off their coast and at the Ukrainians can do it the Chinese who, after all, did put a space landing craft on The Dark Side of the Moon, probably could be able to do it. So the risk of a kinetic engagement against Chinese missiles and the possible loss of a carrier with 8000 American sailors and all of our prestige, as you say, is not a risk that we want to take. The

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It's Become Crystal Clear: We're in a Recession

The Trish Regan Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

It's Become Crystal Clear: We're in a Recession

"Reality when you have printed $6 trillion. More money than we have in a generation over at the Federal Reserve. It turns out that 75 basis points actually isn't what it needs to be. And I say that because when you have this much money in circulation, it's going to take a lot. A lot to actually keep it in check. I mean, think about inflation right now. Clocking in at 9.1% in her say the other day. That's actually really not the case. Because when you really peel back the layers and you're really looking at the inflation statistics and you measure them apples to apples compared to what we saw, say in the 19 60s and 70s before they changed the rules of the game in 1983 and they decided to discount housing because they saw that one as an investment. Well, guess what? When you look at it apples to apples, you see that we're far closer to the vicinity of between 16 and 19 percent inflation. Forget this 9.1%. In other words, it's nearly double that. And I think the American public feel it, that's why you see consumer confidence numbers going down, down, down, the last three months in a row. Declining. And so the market, you know, they're euphoric, where they were anyway in yesterday's trading because the fed delivered, as it had promised to do, and you know, Wall Street likes clarity, Wall Street likes to know that when the fed says something, it really is going to go through and deliver on that promise, whatever that promise may be. And so people are temporarily happy. But let me tell you, you know, when the hangover sets in, and it will, it won't matter because we're going to wake up next month with another print on inflation that is still bad.

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Thank Heavens There Is Only a Week Left of Pride Month

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Thank Heavens There Is Only a Week Left of Pride Month

"Yes, if you live in cities that celebrate gay pride and feature parades and all sorts of alphabet mafia members running up and down your neighborhood, feel good that we've only got a week left. Of this month that can sometimes terrorize certain neighborhoods. I know that in New York, my old neighborhood, Greenwich Village in New York City, I've heard stories from people who still live there who tell me AJ, you have no idea. Three and four gay couples on my property having sex. All sorts of sex, half naked, fully naked, peeling off the parade to just exercise their pride. When are we going to stop this bullshit and act like pride stands for do whatever the hell you want to do? Such nonsense. If it was the Puerto Rican day parade and some Puerto Ricans started having sex on YouTube, believe me, cops would have come with night sticks and break it up. You can't do that to the case. No, no, no. Homophobic if you do. Let the poor guy's finished as sex. What are you doing? This guy's about to climax officer. Please, back

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Matt Whitaker: 'I Don't Have Anything Personally Against Roberts'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Matt Whitaker: 'I Don't Have Anything Personally Against Roberts'

"I don't have anything personal against Roberts. In fact, he's been always very gracious and kind to me when we've interacted, which hasn't been often, but from time to time, I would run into him while I was in the administration at various official functions. You know, he's a product of Department of Justice. But, you know, I think back to the opinion on Dobbs. And this is where I think it gets really interesting based on this leaked opinion. Because if, you know, depending on who leaked it is sort of depends on their strategy, if obviously, Robert only needs one of those 5 that did sign on to this majority opinion to peel off into a concurrence with him to really actually write the opinion that is the law. And that's what's interesting to me. You know, I think Robert still has some power in shaping this, but as long as the 5 in the majority opinion stand firm, then roe V wade has been overturned. It's progeny. It's emanations in penumbras and all the kind of things Doug that you know was very frustrating as a law student to read and to say, you know, why is this entirely different than any other, you know, court opinion and analysis. And it's always been because it took a political issue that was reserved to the people into the states. And turn it into a legal question. And the science, you know, the left loves to point to the science. Well, the science has evolved and changed and viability and all those kind of issues are going to continue to change. And that's where, again, elected politicians that are responsible to the people can handle it much better and write these laws and adjust based on their constituents and their feedback from their constituents, then a court can, like you said, every decade or so when this issue is presented

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"peel" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"peel" Discussed on Art Beauty

"When you think about it, I often times think about two different clientele, that complain about texture issues. Generally, that kind of oily technic scan because they're talking about texture with large pores, right? Right. Sometimes even just that kind of that orange peel kind of texture to the skin, not necessarily congestion, but a little bit more of that thicker course texture. Then you go opposite end of the spectrum, and then you have anyone concerned with aging. So fine lines, wrinkles, texture, in terms of that loss of elasticity within the skin. Glycolic acid is really going to help to address texture concerns, needing different needs for different clients. Kind of based on what it is you're concerned about. It's all about refining, really smoothing the skin and helping to overall just to enhance your complexion. And I love that too, because listen, just as aging skin, you know, without the, without any acne. I'm starting to notice, you know, your pores get a little bit bigger. Sometimes if you're an environment that has heavy pollution, you might be noticing this. So this is a really great way to sort of target and tackle that. What was the other level one that you wanted to mention? The other level one, the other level one was actually the first feel that we launched during the pandemic. And that is called retinol plus C, peel boost. Okay. So this is a 1% retinol and vitamin C peel. This one instead of a headband, you're actually given a brush to apply it. It is bright yellow because we know retinol, it's natural color to think of like an egg yolk. That vitamin a that you're getting. So that one is really, again, a great introductory peel because it is retinol. If you've never used a retinol before, I'd say go with the hydride AHA glo peel because that's going to be that large molecule lactic acid, a little bit more user friendly. But if you've used a retinol before, if you're not, if somebody asks you, do you consider your skin sensitive in your neck? No, not really. You can absolutely be introduced with the retinal plastic peel boost. And so again, that one is going to be a little boost of brightening, a little smoothing, and softening as well. I know, is a bio renew EGS, is that still one of the peels. That is so that's the 5th one that you're talking about. That's a lot. So yeah. We're branching outside really just continuing to embrace self care at home. When people really want to give themselves a little bit of pampering, a little bit of a stock experience. So we have our fuel boxes. We have the equivalent in facial boxes. Oh my God, I'm so excited. You know, and I wanted to hit that 'cause you kind of brushed over this, but Mother's Day is coming up. And listen, Mother's Day can be if you're a biological mother is still around or the woman that.

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Roman Abramovich Suffered Suspected Poisoning at Talks

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Roman Abramovich Suffered Suspected Poisoning at Talks

"Roman Abramovich Ever hear Roman Abramovich is a Russian oligarch And The Wall Street Journal is reporting Roman Abramovich and Ukrainian peace negotiators have suffered suspected poisoning mister producer Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich and Ukraine peace negotiators suffered symptoms of suspected poisoning after a meeting in Kyiv earlier this month people familiar with the matter said oh Do tell Following the meeting in Ukrainian capital mister Abramovich who has shuttle between Moscow lviv and other negotiating venues as well as at least two senior members of the Ukrainian team develop symptoms that included red eyes constant and painful tearing and peeling skin on their faces and hands the people said Flat you've been playing in the chemistry set again flat I bet you won't hear most of this from the Putin wing today or haven't Today this afternoon or tonight mister producer

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Greg Koukl: 'The Story of Reality' Is Written for the Non-Christian

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Greg Koukl: 'The Story of Reality' Is Written for the Non-Christian

"You could just sit and talk for hours about these concepts and these realities, your book, the reality. I think this is a strength of the book in that it's a primer of sorts. It touches on the key points of theology that are central to the Christian worldview, but it does it in a way that's accessible, not only to the Christian, to the younger Christians of the older Christian who doesn't have it altogether, hasn't put all the pieces of the puzzle together in one picture, but I wrote this book constantly for the non Christian who's reading it. It's not thick with Christian lingo, it is very easygoing. It is a narrative kind of feel and no one will ever be embarrassed to give this book to their non Christians. Which is great. And again, it's much like an onion. You just keep peeling spiritual truth and it just keeps going in, right?

Ben Ferguson: Vladimir Putin Came to Power by Killing His Own People

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Ben Ferguson: Vladimir Putin Came to Power by Killing His Own People

"But I did a deep dive into Vladimir Putin And I did a whole entire podcast on it grab it If you listen to podcasts go back it was like three or four days ago Just wherever you get your podcasts put in Ben Ferguson podcast go back and grab it A lot of people don't know this And this is a very quick overview Vladimir Putin came to power in 1999 By killing his own people he needed something to make him look like he was a leader of great Russia Russia was down in the dumps at that point They had a low self esteem as a nation They had lost the USSR right Communism had crumbled This guy's a KGB guy no one really knows who he is Boris Yeltsin's walking around drunk all the time drunk and meetings drunk on TV They'd really just hit kind of rock bottom You'd get them with Chernobyl and all those other things That they have and Vladimir Putin saw an opportunity And what he did was is he worked with the new KGB and blew up apartment buildings on the border Blew them up with military grade weaponry explosives that only the Russian government had and then he blamed it on the chechens You know he understood that war is good for Russia right If you're a leader war is good because you can get the peel behind you and the solidify behind you And so then this apartment building blows up that actually had Russian border guards living in it Then another apartment complex was blown up with military great explosives at the same time explosive Then another one blew up and then there was another one that they were trying to blow up but it was foiled by people that were watching and then they found out it was actually policemen that were planning the bombs that were involved with you guessed it Vladimir Putin

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Larson holds off Dillon, Suarez for NASCAR win at Fontana

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Larson holds off Dillon, Suarez for NASCAR win at Fontana

"Defending NASCAR Cup series champion collars and was back to his winning ways at auto club speedway in California as he powered to the front of the field late in the race and held off numerous challenges for the lead one that even resulted in him causing his teammate chase Elliott hit the outside wall and fall back into the field I had around so I went to peel off and as soon as I peeled off my spotter John outside outside outside and I had no clue he was even coming Larson led a total of four times on the day for twenty eight laps in his win locks him into NASCAR playoffs to defend his title following Larson to the checkered flag in second was Austin Dillon who overcame an early pit road speeding penalty to pick up his best finish since two thousand and twenty rounding out the top three was Erik Jones I'm Jerry Jordan

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Red Wave To Sweep the Nation

The Trish Regan Show

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Red Wave To Sweep the Nation

"Com, but let's get back to this massive red wave that's happening because I like a little good news. Here and there, right? We could use it. And this is very good news. There's a brand new poll out showing that if the election were held today, 54.4% of all Americans would vote for a generic Republican, they would vote for the Republican Party compared with 49.9% voting for Democrats, which puts the GOP at a 12 point advantage over Democrats, 3.7% are undecided. Now, there's a reason for this. There's a really, really big reason for this. And it has to do total utter failure of policies. For the last couple of years. Really and truly, the Democrats have just completely whipped on this. I mean, for goodness, I told you just in yesterday's program, right about how annoying it was to see all those maskless celebrities and the massless politicians out at the big shindig, the Super Bowl. Out on the West Coast when they keep force feeding us this idea that no, no, you have to have to have to absolutely wear masks. It's all in the name of science to which you know I've said. Yeah. Political science. That is what it is all in the name of. You already are now starting to see that start to peel back in the northeast with so many states now saying, okay, and maybe we need to leave it up to the individual schools, the individual communities, whether or not they're wearing masks. Why? Because they know they're not going to get reelected. These governors are not going to get reelected. They know there is no chance in AG double L given how upset people have become.

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The Political Science of Masks

The Trish Regan Show

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

The Political Science of Masks

"Early on, maybe shortly after the vaccines were out, being in a small store in it in New England town and walking in and seeing a big sign that said, you know, it's up to you whether or not you wear the mask. And I thought, well, that's pretty refreshing. All right, like very, very refreshing. And by the way, it's up to me whether I stop there or not. If I am not comfortable because I think everybody's going maskless, then maybe I won't shop there. But if I'm comfortable, I will, and so again, putting the onus back on the individual and the individual business owner. And by the way, individual school systems as well, these blanket rules that all kids have to be in masks. I'm sorry. But this is going to cause a lot of parents to turn the other way, come September. And by the way, I think the left knows that now, which is why you see so many, especially in the northeast, states peeling back these rules. And saying, okay, we're not going to have these blanket rules saying you've got to wear masks all the time because they know it's going to cost them, right? Again, getting back to the political science of everything. I want

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Masks Reintroduced as WA Records Five New Local COVID Cases

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Masks Reintroduced as WA Records Five New Local COVID Cases

"Masks are currently required to be worn at all public indoor setting across Perth. Biggest city in Western Australia. And the peel southwest wheat belt and great southern regions. 5 people were found to not be wearing masks. One of which had an exemption, which is also fascinating. How if you're killing people by not wearing a mask? How can you have an exemption? Well, they say the exemption is because your whatever health issue does not allow you and I believe that totally does not allow you to wear a mask. But I don't understand why that person is not endangering people as much as a healthy person.

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Jessica Melugin of the Center for Technology and Innovation at CEI on the Unconventional Politics of Anti-Trust

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:29 min | 8 months ago

Jessica Melugin of the Center for Technology and Innovation at CEI on the Unconventional Politics of Anti-Trust

"When did free market conservatives all of a sudden say big is bad? Inherently just because it's big. Yeah, so I think you're right that it does in some ways it's a strange issue and it's taking a strange direction. And I think that while what's bipartisan about this is that there's anger from the right and anger from the left at these big tech companies. What's interesting about it and again, people are busy doing their own thing. That's why I'm here to tell you. When you peel back a little bit and find out what it is, both sides are angry about. They're angry about very different things. From the left, it's a bit, it's kind of on brand for them. You know, I think there's a certain skepticism of business, there's skepticism of capitalism and they just trust government and regulation more. So I will say that I don't agree with that, but I will say this. They are consistent on that here. I'll give them that. And from the right, what I think what is happening is the anger about the feeling that there's bias against conservatives from these big tech companies and that these tech companies are politically very left of center. I think there's anger there that's kind of bleeding over into the antitrust debate against these companies. And that goes back to what we talked about at the very beginning, which is antitrust is always sort of been a little nebulous, right? It's a little bit of a tool what you make of it, what you decided is that day. And that did not go well for us. That was the big reform that judge bork helped us and helped us really narrow it down and say very clearly and precisely what it should be and what it's not. And what we see now today is sort of the wrenching open of it again. And from the left that has a lot to do with bigger trends we see on the left right now. Concerns with the outcomes of equity. Not the starting place of equity or a legal equity, but the result of equity, right? And things are woke and things are about diversity. That's a little bit what they want to turn the antitrust tool into you from the left. And from the right, it's a little bit about the political power or influence these companies wield and concerns that people on the right have about what that could mean for

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Biden urges concern but not alarm as omicron rises

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Biden urges concern but not alarm as omicron rises

"President president by by his his tried tried to to ease ease fears fears about about the the surging surging Omicron Omicron variant variant and and the the disruptions disruptions it's it's causing causing in in everyday everyday life life the the president president says says it's it's fine fine to to be be concerned concerned about about Omicron Omicron but but don't don't be be alarmed alarmed if if you you were were vaccinated vaccinated and and boosted boosted you you can can still still get get covered covered but but it's it's highly highly unlikely unlikely very very unlikely unlikely that that you you become become seriously seriously ill ill for for the the roughly roughly thirty thirty five five million million American American adults adults who who are are not not vaccinated vaccinated there's there's no no excuse excuse the the president president says says he he too too is is frustrated frustrated like like many many Americans Americans about about testing testing shortages shortages saying saying more more at at home home test test and and testing testing sites sites are are on on the the way way he's he's also also urging urging schools schools to to stay stay open open that that they they have have the the money money needed needed for for mitigation mitigation measures measures and and he's he's touting touting the the doubling doubling of of an an order order for for Pfizer's Pfizer's anti anti viral viral peel peel with with the the president president calls calls a a game game changer changer that that can can potentially potentially dramatically dramatically alter alter the the viruses viruses impact impact Sager Sager mag mag on on the the at at the the White White House House

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Bette Midler Apologizes for Calling West Virginians 'Illiterate' and 'Strung Out'

The Larry Elder Show

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Bette Midler Apologizes for Calling West Virginians 'Illiterate' and 'Strung Out'

"Midler, after Joe Manchin, did a thumbs down on build back better. Isn't that a great slogan build back better? Even bigger and better and better than it was before. Peeled back better. Manchin gave a thumbs down and Joe Midler attacked west virginians as poor illiterate and strung out. Strung out as in, I guess on drugs. She's now apologized. Shows you how they feel about people that are not in their same circle.

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California Food Recycling-Food Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

California Food Recycling-Food Intro and Wrap

"A a mandatory mandatory food food recycling recycling program program takes takes effect effect starting starting next next month month in in California California it it means means things things like like leftover leftover veggies veggies banana banana peels peels and and chicken chicken bones bones won't won't be be allowed allowed in in most most trash trash bins bins in in California California homeowner homeowner joy joy Kleinberg Kleinberg says says it it will will take take some some getting getting used used to to but but it's it's really really easy easy I I mean mean all all your your changing changing is is where where you're you're throwing throwing things things it's it's just just another another band band that's that's bang bang with with the the food food loss loss and and waste waste collaborative collaborative at at UC UC Davis Davis says says the the goal goal is is to to turn turn food food scraps scraps into into compost compost or or energy energy methane methane is is released released to to me me put put organic organic waste waste into into landfill landfill so so that's that's the the portion portion that that I'm I'm looking looking at at because because a a lot lot of of the the organic organic way way so so we we put put in in landfills landfills is is actually actually food food waste waste in in yolo yolo county county California California waste waste management management director director remain remain Yazdani Yazdani says says the the recycle recycle food food will will be be marketing marketing used used as as compost compost please please just just all all bury bury and and forget forget about about it it we're we're actually actually taking taking responsibility responsibility and and not not leaving leaving it it for for the the next next generation generation to to do do something something but but major major cities cities in in California California like like Los Los Angeles Angeles won't won't have have their their programs programs ready ready to to go go by by January January I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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"peel" Discussed on The Slowdown

The Slowdown

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"peel" Discussed on The Slowdown

"The other night I couldn't stop thinking about all the people I love. It wasn't worry necessarily, but it wasn't not worry. Maybe this was a result of not having seen some family members due to the pandemic. I don't know. At one point, I drifted off and dreamt about my maternal grandfather, and my paternal grandmother, and I woke up thinking I needed to rush to them to see them to tell them how much I loved them. But of course, after waking up a bit more, I remember they were no longer living. I was worrying about people that didn't need to be worried about anymore. Then I decided to reframe my thoughts as not worry, but love. I was loving everyone so much that I couldn't sleep. Recently, I was thinking about how I hadn't seen my father's siblings in so long. They, too, showed up in my dreams. Always wondering where I had been, why I was so busy. In my dream, I was the one who had been absent. It's not hard to be overwhelmed by your own attachments. To want to reach out and talk to everyone. To want to make sure everyone is safe and good and healthy and well. Back in 2007, when I was first learning meditation, I started to practice loving kindness meditation that I learned from Sharon Salzburg at the Tibet house. It's a way of offering love to loved ones to strangers to difficult people in your life and to yourself. I repeated the phrases may you live free of danger. May you have mental happiness, may you have physical happiness, may you have ease of well-being. I loved this meditation. Still do. But early on, my problem was this. I couldn't stop, off her hand. It started to feel like a job, like a necessity, like an obsession. I often couldn't sleep because I was trying to repeat the phrases and offer them to everyone I could think of. Everyone who had ever crossed my path. This was when I realized that attachments were real. And sometimes in need of hallucinating, my fist needed to open. I needed to learn to love people without gripping the wheel so tightly. In today's poem, by the extraordinary Mary rueful. We see how a strong attachment to the world can change the way we perceive everything. Even something as small and seemingly inconsequential as a piece of fruit. Tangerine peel, by Mary rueful. What did the little tangerine do to deserve to die like this? I am a scalp of myself, skinned by my own thoughts. A poetry, God of molting turkeys, save my brother from the truck, save my mother from the fire, save my sisters and fathers from the dust of their own homes, save their children from drowning in love, save my Friends from going through the ice, save all animals from starvation, and those who have gone rogue save them, too. Strangers, everywhere, try to save them. My husband and puppy. Ah. Little tangerine, by all implications of the dictionary. You do not deserve to die. Forgive.

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"peel" Discussed on Maya 's Upcycling as both Art and Function

Maya 's Upcycling as both Art and Function

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"peel" Discussed on Maya 's Upcycling as both Art and Function

"I symptoms get as how i started my podcast and why anchor. fm did extensive research. An anchor is is great for newbies like myself it. They provide good support and it is easy to use the cost. You can't beat it Just starting you can start for free and this is another reason. I shows anger. Fm up. Cycling food appeals for best soaks. I have in the past talked about using. Fluke peels life orange in grapefruit and even lemon peels for teas but here is another wonderful way to upcycle. A number of appeals. I make sure that what appeals. You're using That you dry them thoroughly. This can easily be done by window sill or if you have Those old-fashioned metal heaters. You could put a plate with the peels Inside and leave them there These are the best pills to dry orange grapefruit lemon and apple. The apple peels can be a bit tricky as they can run if they don't begin to dry right away while we to drive them is to place them on a cookie sheet in the oven at a very low temperature. Now once you have your dry pills make sure they thoroughly dry. This can take from a few days to a week or so dependent which method you use. I like to grind. My appeals in a small coffee grinder. The next step is pretty easy. You can take your powder peel or if you choose the pieces of the fruit peel in mixed one part. I'll with things like baking soda. Baking soda softens the skin or sea salt or absence salt or how malayan salt. Some people like to add some essential oil to their to their mixture. I am not fond of adding any oils as after this can interfere on. How long the bath so can last. You can add other herbs such as cinnamon sticks or powder of cinnamon or lavender flowers. It all depends on your taste. A good one to also use his oatmeal as a base for these baths oatmeal is soothing. The good thing about his bath is that they can be used as foot soaks as well. There's really no limit on the combination you can make and these. These vessels can last for months. If tightly sealed in dry while for now remember life is about possibilities not impossibilities. To next time stay.

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"peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Of homo electronic is fame tate. My money now. We'll get to wear mess. Also it after this track is called patent formation updated radio phonics planetary consciousness. Does a truck called eco qatif. Dc and pleasingly. It's about thirty five and his long. It's good and concise. I mean hog. Cavernous sean what did you think. Did you like it. I really like this. And i'm i've got that face of. Oh my god. We miss this ohio. Hello awful yeah. I think it's incredible. I think hit some. I almost different things in it. Every time i listen. It's one of those records. The echo pajama free year. And here something else there. But also having having read up what she's taken and kpm record label gave her access to these to the files into the tracks and that she can take what she can. It sounds like her. It doesn't sound like david albert in any way. I don't think. I think you can get a thread from that but it doesn't. It doesn't sound like brian. Caution an in. That is just absolutely beautiful. And you're quite mesmerizing. Almost i would forget it was on and then come back to. It just does lots and lots of things while it's on and yeah i'm i'm quite in trance by the whole thing i. I can't say i've gotten up to handle on it. Because because i think the so much to it but some i really really like. It's you might be getting some radio side effects on my truck because a cat is in this house shelter up so yeah. Just listen to an old record of this one. Does i like the fact. That it's still rather uncompromisingly with this truck wind shadow which is kind of solstice echo. Kind of ghost book style shopped voice very widely. Probably going to count on it like my voice does now and yet try to it goes into an actual full bang. Gold imagines grundtvig isn't it. Yeah excessive ecstatic peace of bottles blitz. Cute tokyo transit clever and sophisticated. And i thought was really good a really good warranty. Your i mean there is a lot of ambient were kind of a little goes a long way and you get kind of extended colds and you get a lot of echo from what sounds at the end of a very long tunnel and after forty minutes told his masterpiece. That's not what's happening here. There's not foot for foot for quiet music. That's as insinuates re rather than demonstrative. There's a whole lot going on. Very eventful isn't it. It's loads of skits earned static and pulsing and glitches and things like that. But then it sounds really payers. Well it feels. Like i mean i can see the connection between like Detroit techno but like. Sean said that it doesn't sound like oh i've made an album. That sounds like a composite sort of ambient mates experimental electronica album. Until you can see the fact that hannah peel is was in lebron's bond in barnsley when she was in Yes there are all sorts of like massive Biography lacuna poll collaborates. Joan folks collaborates That was an interview that she did with jude. Rogers friend of the show and go citation cosigns. Finest said she didn't want albums be played in the background on country file. That's just a brilliant quote because that's what it is. It's not i it's not the soundtrack to utah. Hedging your flowers doing ryan anal the. I dunno proving yourselves. Oh what people do these days again. I agree with shauna as it comes and goes and you come go with it and i just think it does. Actually it does make you want to listen to it Dot bit in emergency in nature is like you said an absolute bang. Sos it's like michael nyman meets the fixture signed blood or something like that. It's like the mole soons. I'm sure it's a bassoon. And i i hope is outside of the bassoon. That's one of the more buffoons in dance music. That that the better. I actually have stop. Passage of music is one of my favorite passages in music all year. And if i'm reid really honest with you. I would have liked to little bit more of that to kind of come and go but but it is a really interesting piece of work. No doubt shannon yesterday wheel aware of before this of blood sausage before totally blindsided completely. Anthony and i felt really felt guilty about it as well because of the walla fixation now. We've done this last two albums and so reading up on that. I'd read up quite low of her staff and listen to a little bit of it but i am so sad. The game of thrones soundtrack. An that's interesting and of course she's completely different artists to that. An i was not those radio three night. Waves and spooky. Let's throw some spoons down the stairs music so i do hope in and out of those two. I'm very much. I really am so enthralled if someone who doesn't want music to be in the background of country it's got to be audit it's got to have those jarring moments and seems the same time. I don't think she has a genius. I really like it when you get blinds particularly. I wouldn't the likes of all this. We just listen to music all day every day and done for thirty years when you get blindsided by something you kind of give you your sorts of by by your own failure to pay attention It's not it's just really exciting. Yes it brings it obama's net of why why we do this. If suddenly discovered this person maybe look a bit too. Labor is exciting. And this album's go back and listen to now again. Probably a not just in five minutes. I just think there's a wealth out there. What incredible. Way as i say to deal with that. And not sound like you've just sample brian. Hudson michael severely from the alker. Spotify algorithms on appeal wasn't in my spotify algorithm so therefore the the discoveries even moat delicious because of that. What do you recommend for the mercury. We think she is in the running winning well. Almost i've stopped paying attention to them acri because It i just found it confusing and unrelated to the things that i care about. So if she wins absolutely delights it. But i'm not really sure who she's up against. I mean what. What are you looking at. Shawnee ace tweet. I've mentioned this the other week. It's it's very gyn stroke. He this year but then it is all is. I'm so she might whatever good chance. Look to a physician ever appointed which i failed multiplicative. From my previous incarnation as a music journalist and when i'm scanning the music press so listing days. they will. Yeah let's put a five runner and hope for the best. That's that's a song selection from yesterday. Now we'll scalp guests to bring a tune union yesterday to be brought in for us. I have brought in attracted ride or die by doron jones and the indications with aaron fraser suggesting arm. Fraser isn't in the band but he is in the end. He is the drummer in the band and Slight can of complications of the story. The bands from bloomington indiana. I sold them a couple of years ago in brighton where live and they were impeccable in that kind of retro soul kind of way durant jones. Erica mayfield's you know. But then they start singing a metro. Murray's aren't fraser so it's drums in rock To show us commissioned a couple of those in your in your previous incarnation was what saying. Yeah it's karen cup levon helm anyway. i'm when he signed. It was a thing of rapid. She's got a beautiful Falsetto voice like smokey robinson..

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"peel" Discussed on The Munk Debates

The Munk Debates

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"peel" Discussed on The Munk Debates

"Because they are like the people fighting the causes human beings. There recruited for their convenience. We want your body to show up at a particular time at a particular place. We will expect you to toe the line not a disagree or argue with any premise of the cause. And the moment you begin to ask uncomfortable questions. You are no longer useful to us in fact you are a traitor and a sellout and that is the kind of transactional culture that i'm talking about that. Even in the name of treating people with more dignity in social justice movements we get The kind of Human behavior by leaders of social justice movements that treats allies in a less than dignified way. So we've really got ito. Peel back the layers of who and what we have become in this one click consumerist culture and realize that we will never change the game regular transform unless we are willing to glimpse the humanity. Not just the people who are in our own tribes but especially of the people who are quote inconvenient to us well. Let's go a bit deeper on that. Because i think many people would agree with you immediately that we need to. We need to somehow find a way to have non-acceptance necessarily you're not about i. You're not advocating that. You have to share another person's view or theory of the case. But you have to have some empathy some kind of ability to situate yourself in their position yet earshot so much of our popular culture seems to be just wired against exactly exactly that. It's it's as you say. It's confirmation bias. We we live in tribes. We consume micro media that as you save fuels that kind of tribal identity. These are big social forces. That are optimizing us. That are pushing us apart. That are stripping us of empathy. I mean how are you confident that we can find our way back or find our way to some sense of of I don't know compassion. What's.

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"peel" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"peel" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"We're working with top mathematicians after rushing their son to a hospital emergency room they were prescribe butcher. This word al. Benda zoll or something. Ben l. benda's george which needs to be taken within three days of exposure special authorization to write. The prescription was given by health. Canada as its manufacturer has not filed a drug submission in canada. So that's a problem. It's a drug. That's available in canada. But they have three days to get the drug we started calling around to try to track it down and then soon realized it wasn't available commonly at all because who would be dumb enough to eat raccoon poop. I'm sure the pharmaceutical company was like. There's no way we're gonna make money on this product. Three people a year eat raccoon. Poop can have the charge like seven million dollars all right when a pharmacist by the name of bryce berry the call that martin was looking for al benda zoll and why he immediately understood the dire predicaments. I've got young kids. And i couldn't imagine being in that situation said berry Basically what happened is the family had to turn to What's called a compounding facility and that's where The ingredients for this drug can be mixed together in the lab pharmacy in calgary was able to do it. Fifty six hours after ingesting raccoon feces barton and hopton son received his first dose of benda zoll since their son was exposed to roundworm four weeks ago. It means he's outside of the usual window for symptoms of infection to appear and according to martin. The boy seems just fine. Now he's still doing all the wonderful things at the toddler is supposed to do laying in dirt eating dog shit building sandcastles in the kitty litter box. You know. you can't really ask for much more so they're a very happy story to start off our week moving on let's see what's happening in the uk. Well parents are upset about a botched council repair job that left a pothole near a primary school looking like a giant penis. The children by the way it looks like a penis. If you're an adult and you squint your eyes. And you're looking for a cock-. I don't think most children would even connect the two things. Like if i turn my head. And i look at this and by the way the chapter artwork right now. You can take a look for yourself. We'll try to make the featured image over there distorted view dot com. I to me if you turn your head and look at. It almost looks like a key. Let me tell you something. If i had a penis that looked like that filled pothole. I would i'd be going to the doctor. Does it's lumpy and chunky. They don't work. Rights residents were delighted when lancashire county council said it would be fixing the gaping holes littering shirt drive finally write. These bottles have been A menace for awhile after contractors were called in to fill them local said it was left looking worse than ever aren. Perry posted a video of the scene near saint mary's primary school with the disgruntled comment. My kids could have done a better job. One person replied absolutely disgusting worse than ever. I wouldn't like to put my name to that mess. I wonder what that's cost. The tax payers another person said one of them even looks like a giant penis. A member of the council agreed. Telling mr perry on social media. I will visit the area today as it's not acceptable in my opinion council members trying to sound important. I am going to take a look at this pianist pothole myself. I'm gonna walk down there really examine this a spokesperson for the Lancashire county council told the lancashire telegraph. A neat repair was not possible due to the roads. Poor condition fill the pothole. It's not a whole anymore. it's fill. It may not look pretty but you're not going to blow out a tire if you're fucking rollover it now okay. Sorry kinda looks like a dick if you're a hungry whore with penis on the brain. The spokesperson said devonshire road is in poor condition. And we'll be put forward alongside other priorities for consideration as part of next year's resurfacing program. In the meantime we will continue to make any repairs which may be needed to keep the surface safe condition. The poor structural condition of the road means that The approach we usually take the area around the pothole is.

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"peel" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"peel" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"He knew being name. Be me I think i would rather listen to scott horne. Nasty wet fucking shitloads explosively being expelled from amos and that baby skank voice only big. Daddy done fucking me. Can you take me to chucky cheese. I wanna give my ear pierced. A clears getting really creepy. You want to see that woman with a very juicy pussy even though she sounds like she's three she's very much of age That and other videos. In the kat compilation can be found at epoch dot com. All right moving on now. I've got a short clip here from a car. Dash cam camera pointed at the driver and the passenger in the car. Looks like these. Two gentlemen are taking a road trip. There's a younger guy in an old dude. The young guy is sleeping in the passenger seat because he had been driving for a long time. They switched off now. The old man is driving and almost immediately falls asleep himself. Yeah the old dude. Dozes off while driving and then Blames it on another driver now. You can clearly hear. The car has drifted to the side. And that's why he's making the noise talk hitting the little strip on the ass side of the.

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"peel" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"peel" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"That's curious to me so you haven't been able to go to games in a long time you finally able to go to game so you should be happy about. The team. hasn't been good in a long time. The team is actually good. Should be happy about that. Why is this the time that you want to mess around with japan. Dole and t shirt you know this is not the time i can't even with spent this much time talking about it. Well just feel stupid stupid. Well what would you like to about the hockey officials. We could bring it up again but that stupid too. It's an overreaction overreaction so the big deal with that. Didn't that happen so we told the story yesterday. And of o of when we played the audio and then at the very end of the show we found out that the nhl had fired. that official. tim. Peel tin peel. So tim peel was caught on the mike saying i wanted to give The predators of bleep in penalty the beginning of the period. It wasn't much. But i wanted to give him a penalty so apparently the whole context of was things. Were getting a little out of control at the end of the first period so the beginning of the second period. He wanted to make sure that he took control of the game. And this is something that i guess is commonplace with. Nhl official with every official in every sport. Well maybe not. I mean baseball. Umpires call penalties anytime. Call strikes and balls yet. But that's down you. I just you know..

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"peel" Discussed on Maya 's Upcycling as both Art and Function

Maya 's Upcycling as both Art and Function

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"peel" Discussed on Maya 's Upcycling as both Art and Function

"I sometimes get as how. I started my podcast and why anchor fm Did extensive research and anchor is is great for newbies like myself it. They provide good support and it is easy to use the cost. You can't beat it just starting you can start for free and this is another reason shows anger. Fm up cycling. Orange peels lemon appeals in grapefruit. Pills it seems that Now that i am sort of limited my audience due to coronavirus. I am definitely finding more and more uses for some food items. I remember when i was a kid. My grandmother used to dry orange peels and make a nasty when you had a cold. Walk fast forward. And i have for sometime be using our orange. Peels levin peels and grateful pills and mixing them with an organic soap base to make my own soaps. These are so good. They smell delicious and they turn a beautiful color. My only suggestion that you make sure that you keep the Drainage plug in said. it doesn't all. These appeals on go down the drain and clog it up. I have done the same with lemon peels making beautiful lemon so at times. I have mixed all three peels orange. Lemon and grapefruit appeals to make a citrus salt. The smell the smell just lingers on any it just smells so good it feels so good just as well Very cleansing. I also make what i called infused oils where you put the ingredients into the oil led the infused infused oil. Sit in a double pan Sort of end boil for about an hour. A doping is one where the wood is on the bottom and another pen on top is holding the bottle with the oil. This method takes a while for the oil to take the color and smell. But when this all comes to life they are delicious especially the orange and lemon oils. I tend to put my goals in the refrigerated but definitely do some research as some people recommend leaving them outside in a cabin for a couple of weeks before using. I also taken out these dry pills Ground up and mixed with grounded. Oh meal for soaping bad. I guess the possibilities are endless. Well for now remember that life is about possibilities not impossibilities to next time stay well..

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"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"The first thing is appropriate temperatures A the animal is given the opportunity to Homeless buddy timber jarreds. Her foot temperatures will end up with altered. Metabolism in the shade cycle is one of the first things that are affected So temperature humidity. Graham on talknet thermal gradients seem calling equations but Many of the enclosures say not universally humidity and trying to design an enclosure so that they raw locations during way the the talk can -sition itself with appropriate humidity for skin is very important so often some foam many sites. We talked about a humidity books which may be You know plastic shoebox with them some Something that sterile laws -able moistened changed regularly so that fungus Beloved on it but the sink in kroll in there and sit on a relatively moist paulo of moss and humidifiers gained so humidity. Greg radiant Exercise i find that those animals that tree running to problems with zyppah a particularly reptiles daily snipe citing almost which metabolism now they will change They a muscle strength changes Blood flow changes in the of course the end up with issues with particular arrangements of biscuit. kenny with the with the normal shitting process. So it's the usual suspects Yes and the follow up question that a lot of vets would be in siamese hat on. Now what is the humidity or temperature. That i need to get this particular spacey's and answer there is depends it. It's fun afraid that it's look it up. It's it's go to go to your resources Talk to another vet. Who was the experience reptiles modicum. They kept reptiles fake to the hoop logical clubs Because there's no one answer for for that For all spacey's malcolm with with them even if we combine it to the snakes and not the listen and the chileans and the the other tulsa so It does depend but you point about having a gradient is is is is a great point their heads like most things in that..

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"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"Off on that particular diet that it comes in for the consultation We can we can slightly work at it We'll let soy prices as ones anyway. Annoy explained to the client the approach of gently softening. If if we talk about the spectacle for instance. I'm that's retained softening it with a can. Just be something. As simple as water holding a i caught bowl salton in warm water ivory for a few minutes and softening up that spectacle the retired and then gently gently robbie no gently picking at the edge of it too safe. It's coming up. Oh peeling away and the if it looks like it is great. If you get very far with a you can try again the next day and often initially if it's not too disastrous or multiple retain sheds Shied to the client have to do that process and tell them do that. Every day for several days some water bots and and some sort of steam type therapy as well to sit a hydro will soften up the the retained shit on that. Tom rectal anti you time. And then we'll have another look at it in waco And we also concentrate on. All the other aspects of the husbands have resulted in the app. No motion in the first place precisely and you hit the nylon ahead as usual brandon. Time is not of the sensitive definitely had sons. Thanks to have retained spectacles but is not into Spectacle comes off End and as long as closely as united snow. If he's not an active in an certainly can cause more problems by trying to aggressively into the the so one of the things. I always you you were talking before about tom. husbandry one of the things to interesting about this in rentals. Is that something that we do see is usually in In wild animals. And i think it has to do with them. united stress. Oh maybe environmental stress of the whole crisis is Hormonally driven primarily by far right but also number of months in london sometimes with some of those wildlands The result of out various potential to minnesota that interfere with that minor problem is predominantly. Diseases of Yes ransom predisposing conditions. That might set it off. What what have you seen any particular. The one i'm thinking over set at might reptile mice to give you all the clues. Yes you need to obviously by. That's one that may be causing in those wild ones as well. Um silent on be surprised if you have heavy infestations of reptile martin. Some of those wild reptiles they struggle with their what they shedding process. Say yes so. That's the first thing i think of. I'm shorts often. The first thing you'd think of mark for the for the pet ones in the have.

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"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"It did didn't really give us to what that was whether it was brexit satanic ten years instead for hundred or ten is instead of a month or whatever to say that from the article not well it suggested that the in without the end zones these bottles take hundreds of years too bright damn but the end zone can not a single ends on can shortly storm to a diet is the only sort of or sandwiches i give So believe nights standing if i can You know even if as some scientific literary law sense exercise here on its twenty days or something. That's heaps of hundreds of ease and ongoing research. I'm working to to sina jaws these serial main crooked down to a relatively short time Truly just two three is i. Hope that would be good and I didn't quite get one of paragraphs. I one of the comments from the most junior authors. Rosie graham they. These sold quite my favorite part of the research. Has the ideas start whether it's iva coffee. On a trying commute or when pass in the university corridors can really be at any moment cy. I don't know what she's trying to size in the top. The having a cup of coffee. And i looked to their plastic competent thought. We'd better do something about this. So wash ha. Yes so i know it is a bit of a potentially a good news end into your bad news store. The start my yes. We need to address the both ends of the spectrum. They don't we stop in a stop in that Teaching and production in the first place or reducing it as well is dealing with at once. It's been produced Well wait should jump into mind topic here and this is one that we have spoke about a couple of times but not specifically as i main topic and that is at abnormal shedding in reptiles dissect. Isis could topic back. Good choice the that you sent to me earlier on tonight was it. Oh yesterday i remember hamill hock fanatic. I ten minutes ago. Excellent topics so I think just works through the process of the shed processing reptiles for those vets and technicians nurses. Who don't deal with reptiles very much. M. a tosses the normal shade of skin production normal shedding and dissect tosses his abnormal shed. So do a cat about the different ways in which the groups of reptiles should skin Fishman price versus non one pace at center. You set me out. So i ended. It's a good quick punchy at discussion to be had almost all the the Species arousing till we get to do with except for the snipes tend to break in. I come away in in The skin tends to come on little pieces Shading segments most of the animals that have be broad sky like turtles the scowls on their shells snakes belly night logic scouse will come away in one place and snakes Unique in this lyrical structure tubular structure Literally stopped he'll as you know haram the lips and they turn it inside pull out of it and turn it inside out like a like a soak And so any any way. We have a sniper. Who doesn't have that complete single piece of skin tuning on f we start to worry that maybe biz summarized Coming up In those honestly sees the Totals it is pretty normal for to For the skinned come apart in. Come away from animal increases.

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"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"peel" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"That's not what the title with its middle finger up but as a little youngsters had she napped from an egg At wandering along the beach said that he's is very cute. they have you seen. Have you been any way. See those brenda. Now i haven't of you yes Both on the queensland coast went online rescue school and more recently them in in borneo. I'm willing to a wonderful island. Me in santa can way by solent. Ex led the classes off of pain to the recovery center all the treatment center in Townsville we we had a bit of a toa widmer Tation sold the worked out with the recovered. Animals and the ones that had ingested plastics funnily. Enough mark And you wanna chat about that. Fear second story as well duchy indeed onto returning to that whole plastic story. There is the neither of tournament wife from negative towards There is a names on. Scientists have discovered which Breaks damn the holy. Lame that tom constitutes a significant part of the the plastic mockery. Plastic problem the particularly the plastic that we Suffering bottle polyethylene plastic bottles of the end zone we'll break that down The problem is that it is a relatively Slow acting process in the same. Scientists have recently discovered in bacteria by found the suspect area I- rubbish dwelling bacterium leaves on dot of plastic bottles and as well as the Peta is which a jump breaks down. The plastic discovered. A new one brendan It goes under the name of 'em high tsitsi ice any Used synergistically with the stance on results in dramatic improvements in the right more than doubling Police lined breakdown so Scientists the now working to engineer a connection between the two inns on's to create a super in psalm on a nice. This activity will allow in our. The jesse capacity will increase a for the three times so base giant steps in in Breaking down the plastic so that they no longer a threat in the in the natural world they'd pay or the all some button adjust with s with all these stories brennan. My concern is that tom. Is that the mole that sought souls as things that people think. We don't have to do anything. Y- assault soviet. Yes exactly where. I'd appreciate it if we did. Both if we actively decrease the amount of plastic in waste in the world and we really have to get rid of the stuff that we've already dumped into the wild. Yes now. I don't know whether you so amok that i mentioned about hitting the combination of to enzymes increases the right at which it can bright down the pay tape..

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"peel" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"peel" Discussed on KOMO

"B. C.'s peel Benitez's at the scene reporting a team decision is still expected it can actually be made at any moment tomorrow now thousands of officers they're gonna be out here tomorrow along the parade route and a whole lot of spectators we're talking about more than three million people expected at this parade once the turkeys even in the football games are over or maybe even before an estimated one hundred and sixty five million shoppers will be crowding malls and scanning cyberspace looking for bargains over Black Friday weekend ABC's Ryan burrows watching it all and spoke with Carlos bill o'neil Ryan it seems to arrive earlier and earlier every year when does the Black Friday shopping we can actually get started yeah it it doesn't seem like it's a day anymore it's more like a month a lot of these deals have been offered online by retailers early this week even earlier this month some will really start digging into deep discounts on Monday so what we knew about Black Friday maybe a twenty fifteen even twenty ten he is not what is reality today because there is so much online shopping these days that being said people still like to get out of touch and feel the products and you know a lot of the stores have been opening up actually on thanksgiving giving people an opportunity get out of the house maybe enjoy family out in a retail setting a little bit and you know the the one thing that people have been saying for the last few years is are you really getting a good deal when it comes to shopping on Black Friday or thanksgiving day and the answer is kind of it all depends on what it is that you're looking for for example we we talk about mattress sales right we know about you know Memorial Day.

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"peel" Discussed on dgoodshow

dgoodshow

14:08 min | 3 years ago

"peel" Discussed on dgoodshow

"Dumb brain. I think I remember that exact name of it but yeah if you just Amazon is in the book yeah. I'll check it out. I am actually I'm a big. Fan All died. My parents actually introduced to me they they use. Swat it one day for Watch on TV and they just showed it to me. When I was really little of excellent before like second grade they would just show like a crush your head to me. I think it's so so funny I would laugh and I would do that. All the time I was thinking it's hilarious everywhere and that was very flexible. Prov aw he's like the the first one the very first one when he's standing in line at the nightclub and the woman's getting sick and he's he's like again be sitting asa. He's on the RUE building is so that was good for me like the one that the one that really gets me is citizen. Kane Scotch with with Kevin and Dave that one is just like that and the cabinet is film and then the Kevin McDonald on. He's got a list of things to do so he's he's. He's walking down. The street is like they I used to do today. got a big day me several things to do. I keep on top of my life got to keep on top seven things to do number one banking number two pick-up keep moving. You got seven do Cape when I got six things to do. Number two pick up dry cleaning numbers wait a second like at number refined were number seven. She'd be number eight switch number by number seven morning everybody. This is a whole I repeat. This is the hold on no funny business or this will happen to you. We need a hostage okay you. You being held together the number two pick up dry cleaning. Excuse me me on paper Danforth well. Maybe you don't understand the situation that you're in. You are hostage. I am a man with a gun. Shut up in try smart ass. Let's go. He won't give me my parents because I lost my note head. Give him his pants now. Look give him his pants so this will happen you at these. Are Your mistake number three three by Steve's driver turn right. I'm going to post on going left to right now. Well we're going left to live who turned right on that show up. This is going to happen to you number three stoop so K- keep when chaplain my life. GonNa keep on top in life. Remote Lady came over things to do number three. How about you folks my you know it's his humor is it crosses so many boundaries and it's no. I gotta say the one scene from producers where where gene wilder running around the room and I don't know the other guy's name Zero Mostel. I believe that he says the article I'm Gary. I can't stop and I got like this can't stop. I'm I'm I'm going lack lack in pain and I don't hear donate it doesn't help it only increases my sense of danger. What can I get hurt. Khloe Goya frighten me. I love how he puts on Improv in his movies. Also you love the human where he based on like a higher power so for example. He makes fun of and as of meeting here. I believe that that's hilarious. You GotTa Make Fun of. Are you excited about Joe so Joe Rabbit. Actually actually it was watching a trailer. A couple of days ago that that looked pretty interesting looks really good. Disney's like feeling weird about it because they're Disney Yeah I. I think it looks very good yeah so also in that camp my my I have this French last name but that's because I got it for my father and mother's side of the family is Levin owed also my mom my mom's side is also Levin from Connecticut now from Connecticut there I recently we recently just did like twenty three meeting kind of like figure out who we are and where we come from any of that matters also I was really hoping that like one of my relatives could could get arrested. Well just thinking because you know you hear about people taking DNA tests suddenly discovering like wait a minute your third cousin is the Boston stranglers like oh ooh they go into the rest of them because they've now that's genetic record anyway but I I can confidently say hey no one in Ohio is related. Nope we have origins out of Ukraine like I did such dreamy dreamy. I didn't ancestry pass information about the families of death but I gotta say like family. History is fascinating like think about how insignificant the idea of you being. A comedian is compared to what happened in twenty generations from now that's true. I mean you can either like planet. Make you feel very small or very what's up. you know one thing. I love about second city. His what just happened is people are just so nice here. They everyone I mean you must most likely to that person through winter together. Oh that's awesome. Even if you don't allow people break before you came here on my laptop spreading some like writing a script for school and then because I'm the actual having a media studies class which is a huge privilege of I love it with a passion for actually going through the entire process of making scripts like learning how to ride strips and how to actually put this onto a infiltrated entire actual process on school so not necessarily does my school dot allowed okay people to be creative. They're amazing people to be trained. I just think that for a lot of other schools the public schools they should have people bull the more room for creativity. Yeah it's tough we were talking about earlier right because it's it's being taken out of the budget at the federal level and the state level and the local level so much so that this year so every three years the Department of Education issues a study on how students are performing in every different field and it kind of helps set the budgetary needs for the coming years and this is the first year they just removed arts from it or not even that's insane. Yes yeah and it's only if you're eating because literally the arts contribute billions Leans Dalian Atkinson economy and it's it's been undervalued and it's like this is key human trait that we artists for creators. Humans are creators artists and they're just taking this like crucial part of this community out of schools schools throws up here that yeah very much so but having something about makes me realize how much more privileged reports. I am to be able to have that and I think as someone who has that it's kind of it's a responsibility to try and makes it less of a privilege and just more something we all get to drive brand one one side one thing as I think ulf medians should do is use their comedy for good because a lot of people are the neg put up an active in the world and they're county. There's not enough positively in comedy I because there's so many amazing things that are happening in the world and Comedians can really make a difference because people listen to Comedians they listen to us and underneath like all these like all these jokes and all all the skimmers early true meaning true deep meanings of what we need to work on as society yeah yeah that's true and and that goes back to what was the thing back when Johnston L. Show he was listed as one of the most trusted sources of news in just I remember him being so tickled by that on the air and is talking about is like people are insane. I'm not a new book but there is a point where the news is so homogenized and because the twenty four hour news cycle what you mean it's all you've known that's your life has been the twenty four hour news cycle but I remember the only news it was really on the TV was between you know five o'clock was the local news on five thirty was a national news and then there'd be like dateline right at ten o'clock and then Sunday morning Sunday morning shows and that was it so they were spending more time talking about what's actually happening as opposed to analyzing analyzing it yet. Now's a stall Alice's. Yes all analysis on eventually switched over does Associated Press early Komo News apps because I find it the most neutral one that is the least analysis. I don't want want your take now. Give give meeting mega take but we are going into these thing have been. We've been devaluing critical thinking in our education our mother it was a teacher. I mean she she she retired from that long time ago but when she was teaching in the seven like the late sixties and seventies she was talking about how they were making standardized tests were coming into schools and she's just like what is this like. Ah Filling out these little bubbles. That's not going to tell you whether or not they understand. The subject. Matter is going to be able to critically analyze it and she at that time time was like this is going to destroy the country and now here we are twenty maintaining and I don't think she was wrong. I think it's the latter the the lack of critical thinking in schools is baffling. My friend is a professor at the University of Kansas and he told me that there was a marks rex difference the first year that he got called freshmen who were in school win no chocolate behind starting out. He said that first year he had to teach them on how to write analytical papers because they got to college and a lot of them just how that want and it's it's. It's fascinating and a little terrifying to me because would to your point earlier about generations. What are the opportunities that are gonNA come for people younger than you like. I don't know if I can be to mystic about that and I'm not going to do comedy the about it because to your point. I think that we should be celebrating. Joyful things in our comedy and especially right now in the world is so the dumpster fire yeah. It's such a doctor by the perfect lady who fled the Amazon Forest all oh yeah the Amazon rainforest dumpster dumps dump poll the whole country.

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15:23 min | 3 years ago

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"There's a major security vulnerability they. They don't really talk about what it actually is. They say will this threaten every iphone user and you're like no one's. GonNa threaten every I thought Serena now. You're like well not really here's what's actually going on and here's how you don't have to worry about that or yes. You should worry and and here's a simple explanation on how to take action so so let's see that's. That's what that kids who radio stuff so. It's really cool so year into a lot of tech stuff. I can assume zoom yeah. That's why when my day job. I'm a manager in an. It Department I worked for Investment Bank and I tend to try and keep their name out of my mouth but I'm talking about. Oh yes yeah no. That's cool yeah. It's really good work yeah. That's what I'm very supportive of my own life comedy stuff so yeah very good. I think in for example like high school. It's very difficult to have like your high school kind of support like your common wife so that's Kinda like it's great that your job sported boarded but then for me. I wish my job sport. I'm so happy that actually I was allowed to start a comedy club. Eh School so it's very very small high school and they say you know what you can start a comedy club and I said I cannot wait. I cannot wait to do that that so now starting on and can't wait. That's really cool congratulations. Thank you yeah that'll be a lot of fun. You'll be a lot of them. I think this because going back to my high school was very Even though it was in western Kansas it was very progressive in that they supported the arts there was an actual bugging for the arts and I'm a passionate advocate for arts and school and it breaks my heart to see things like budgets giving slash programs an opportunity taken away because because if you think about it. The Arts are responsible for billions of dollars in economic growth. I mean you think about every job. The movie industry creates all the all the additional economic compact that film production or theatre or concerts have on areas and we're really shooting ourselves in the foot by de emphasizing that yes really the other and it's it's a little terrifying as somebody who wants to be a writer like studies screenwriting in College. It's just the dairy of below me as lacking to work out for them. Yeah it's like are they gonna be able to learn this. Are they going to be as creative. Creative is generations above me here. We'll get that opportunity yeah so that's why it's so to me. It's so important through not only the work that I do. I'm having some fun to in the comedy stuff but then I also make time and and donate my time and money to different arts advocacy groups of to try and make sure that those chances exists earlier but there are a lot of schools that do not have it as lucky in my high school had a professional television studio. Oh Wow it was the only the only one in the state the University of Kansas actually came. They're broadcasting came and looked at our high school the State to see our quiz like and what our curriculum lots of so that was really really cool and it's only gotten better. They've added radio station now. There's a lot of awesome stuff in and not as many schools are fortunate the I think that teachers will in school in general girl. I feel it should be a bit more tailored to actual outside life. I don't know how many times in life I'm going to be using blink bedroom theorem present. I can understand if somebody who wants to work in like math. Peter's tell you geometry. They'll be doing that but for people in the arts do not know how much math is going to play well. I'll say this you're as an independent artist or a working artists. Your taxes are going to be way more complicated than they would be with. Just your day job Aaron nothing about so I mean there are there ways that this stuff is going to be valuable valuable and also just having a broad nice general understanding of the universe outside of your interest will make your art better like when people who were just starting out in comedy asked me for tips a Lotta Times. I'll say read more. You know why watch an art the film go like find challenges and perspectives. That aren't your own. If you very liberal watch Fox News Room while he's very conservative you know read a book but I think the more the broader base you have the cooler your references on that and and the faster you can make those types of connections actions for the same reason. I think petition should studying Improv comedy. I think comedy and Bullshit had at least I call it a conversational Spanish level level of understanding. You don't need to be completely immersed in it but have some idea of what's going on right yeah does that has changed my it's higher perspective and actually one of the key things that this podcast is about to change my perspective and change the viewers perspectives in some thinking for down Eh. Well hopefully hopefully it meant something. No really it really did mean something. I you know I had heard a little bit more of that kind of stuff. You know oh coming up sending really. They talk about that kind of thing a little bit. I was very lucky in that person that is supposed to have four level be at second city they they weren't able to teach a class at the last minute. Rachel Mason stepped and you've been in this building long enough to know that name of she's a genius normally doesn't do level be for the listeners here. What do you explain a bit more. Eh Yeah so Rachel. Mason is arguably one of the finest comedic minds in Chicago She's been the teacher here for a while. I don't know if I should say along well. She's she's been in the building for a while. She frequently plays with Susan Messing and I believe she Rachel's the head of the program and I think just the artistic mystic side of the training center as a whole could be wrong about that because it's been a while since I've been connected to it by she has one of the best satirical razor-sharp wits that I've encountered as and when I told one of my friends who I met when I was a freshman doing my level A and B classes. They were doing the conservatory so they were seniors. I was freshman and I was like now. I've got originally global be and they made an audible gasps there like that's kind of like walking into your physics one on one class. It's like Einstein will be teaching today. Versus is a slight. This comedy Genius Has Gone Yeah. She's she didn't treat us like level. Beastie us. I held nice to higher standards and it was the best possible thing I could have had for me. Some people didn't care for because they were to learn to walk before I run Milan. Eh always been pushed me into the pool and and you know she teaches she. She taught us that way. I don't want to speak to that being the experience that everyone might have but that was my experience. I loved it. and one of the things that she pushed very heavily was don't let this be your life. It's very tempting to have all your focus on. All of your attention on improper. GotTa be doing forty thousand but she's like read books smoothies so go on vacations experience life outside of this because that will just make your better because you won't have anything to if you don't have anything to pull his insight. Take what what reference can you possibly make if you're only point of reference is doing shows over now. I do a lot of shows you gotta make time for stuff yeah. I've known some people who ended up. They've gone actually really invested in the into comedy. They've ended up just making sketches about writing sketches and the audience holly stainless. No don't do that. No you can't get in no you you can't I given the the one thing that I will say is I do you find myself censoring what I'm thinking because I don't want to say that your podcast very circular motion with a lot of the comedy world where it's like it does get to a point where you just start referencing your other stuff but hey that's very for family guy. So you know it's funny. I used to really like family. Guy Lives like the middle school and Kinda grew as a person. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa Yuck. Someone's young but it's just not my cup of tea anymore. self-referential right. It's like what we're talking about. These spent so much time talking about things that they've done but it's all references to their own comedy or it's just reference like it's either reference is to their own comedy or it's just a reference like you'll be in the middle of the scene of like Oh. This is like that time x happened cut to X. happening cut back. Oh that reminds me at the time why happened it cuts. Y and it's just like that story. Yes it's like when when improvisers discovered that they could tap outs oh yeah and then every show is just tap tap tap tap on my God when I was in probably seventh grade people began to realized that admitted Bloomberg in then people really oh now I know how to sweep seen so people would just be constantly running across like like stage back and forth just trying to get more stage times. It's all learning process. I think that one of the groups coach was they wanted to get better at tag outs and so I said well then you can't use them for the next for the next three rehearsals there will be no tag outs and I want you to take notes of every time that you felt the urge to tap out really spire. We'll what we did ended up doing it. The end was okay now. We'll go back and talk about the scene as it happened and then I want you to throw back like Oh that's where I thought what's happening out but would that have advanced the story would have added to the scene or was you trying to say I can fix this. I've gone through so many I can fix this moments and I've completely thrown the scene into another direction. I don't like and or anyone and no one likes and taught me. You know. This is a team thing. This is a team thing it can't just be about yourself and produced by yourself. It's about the entire team as a grew into that respect everyone and the beautiful thing is most of the time if you think is seems to be fixed probably swept right and and if it needs to come back later it can always come back. This is like you sweep something. It's not gone up in a rules rules rules. They all have asterix thanks to him. It's the beauty of it become I when I was going through Ohio. That was one of the things that curricular really emphasized was paid. If you're seeing it slept you can return wrangler starts on That was a nice. It's a nice lesson away so he sides so when you were doing like you're actually actually new questions. So who is your favorite comedian ever ever. That's writer scatter attorney. Okay okay rule of all time all time on top especially. If we want to sketch because for me I really love Robertson. just really do Jim. Downey also amazing raising the kids in the hall apparently got laying answer answer like for me like what is my what is my gold standard of like comedy would be like nineties. Kernan O'Brien and kids in the hall because in the halls so many people don't know about all shot. It's it's insane. I actually do yeah. Have I actually do have all of absence got especially with all opposite like cabbage head and it's it's amazing the citizen Kane sketch to this day day like I was just I so I got to do a workshop and performance with Kevin McDonald. Oh really which me like eight year old mean just just explode with having a disease my favorite kid and got to got to hang out with them like basically all weekend and do a show at the end of the weekend we did a show with them and it was it was amazing and he's so self depreciating right. He's he's so self effacing. He would constantly. It's like I was on TV in the ninety s hello but I when I was humbled bragging about it to my friends to be like I I and is a cool a lot of them had no idea they were and it was just how can you be in comedy and not no kids in the hall all uh-huh. Yeah and then my friends are like what from the second city they're you know they started out Kevin McDonald and fully met at Second City and Canada Toronto right yeah and they were basically deemed too weird food for second city and so they kind of went on and do their own thing and thank God yes. He is a Canadian national tribe world treasures juries. He's the did you read the book. Mike Myers brother wrote a book about kids in the hall and last year.

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11:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Enjoy all right. I'm I'm here with Justin. Berlet and we will be discussing various topics on comedy Justin how have you I got into comedy well. It's something that I've always had a passing interest in. I think we all laughing but it's never really thought I'd be doing. I'd had been in Chicago for a couple of years and moved here for work. He and I met my then girlfriend now wife and she moved here because she wanted to do comedy issues like I want to be Tina fey and she ended up not doing that up but through her she'll be like my first show at the old Idaho which is now like some fancy hotel really and yeah well. This is really neat and then a few years later my mom. Tom was actually undergoing cancer treatment and we were up late one night killing a bottle of wine. She said you know I was always sad that you you didn't pursue performing or some sort of art thing because made you so happy until the next day. I signed up for class at second city. US perfect yeah. I'm actually it's very therapeutic here. I've signed up for this. Oh my parents actually made me sign up for this and second grade because I had then in a second grandson is born with just like hold onto invited and it's very traumatic experience. Birth birth is horrifying. Yeah and my therapist was like go to the second city to have great program didn't want to go with it and I've been doing it ever since for the last nine years so it's been it's been amazing. I mean by Kombi done was horrible because it was the second graders com date so I mean not sure the second graders loved. It is loved it. They loved it. Fourth graders not so much graders little I. I guess there's like what's this yeah are sophisticated. COMEDIC ALAD fourth fourth grade yeah the one. I got like fourth grade on the fifth graders. Look down upon me. They're all like what is this that way. I mean that's your whole likes the older people. We know what's hit yes. This is why it's so great that you are here to interview then why you except to be interviewed here today. A lot of people will choose to say oh. He's seventeen experience not gonNA early interview but it's great that you have to look past that and they were interviewing so here. I know I know people who were my age. That behave like children are way worse than most seventeen year. Olds have actually like no through friends so yeah yeah of course I see it's in comedy comedy like Bridges Age Yeah. It's like a it's universal scurries original after somebody slips out of an Anna unless you slipped on a banana and I've never slipped on the banana but I have slipped on a orange peel and I am being very serious about that not I have. I have slipped orange peel for and it's it's no fun. It's pretty scary never sent in San Francisco a few weeks back and we were out walking and we legit. It's also and slept on. I'm an animal like that. receive it before but we saw this guy. Just go down Oh and as we walked by like he's kind of gathering meeting up and there's there's bananas on the ground. This is the greatest day of my life yeah. You're on his day but yeah you just saw something right out of Tom and Jerry cartoon. That's awesome exactly exactly so you right after you begin to do classes here at the second city. What did you well I. I what do you think about the buses. Were amazing right so it was an interesting time day. I signed up for classes is also the day the building caught on fire. Oh I I remember that. I know that it's like there are people. I'm meeting the community. Now don't know about the fire drill yeah. They just kind of student. Training Center Hunter has always been this like Escher esque labyrinth owner right now. This is all new to me and they were building. They were building. We sat in recovery but that was really cool because we got to be in the old classrooms like what was the original training center that was like. I think it's now it's where they do. A lot of people do a lot of additions in there now the wood walls and all that yeah expandable wall area and stuff like that so that was neat and it was magical to me was just meeting people who also enjoy riffing and seeing the fear it stripped away out of everyone was kind of awesome. It is really awesome because there's like this rule. If you don't WanNa look like an idiot but everybody else's looking like an idiot. You're GonNa look like an idiot. You know it's not like you got to be an idiot with everybody else. You won't be an idiot or or like you know. Even the street man works like this statement so the person comedy works because the street person is so unreasonably unreasonably like holding to their thing and pushing against the crazy that they almost come off just as crazy which just in the opposite direction ah I love that about it. It's sexually really funny how it's set up so I when I was watching your videos. I was wondering how much of that not do right and how much a lot of it you act in it but D- right a lot of that or do you just purely act in those sketches so so it's been Improv. I have on the website because a friend built it for me so I think most of what's on the website right now so I'll sketch. Ask US how much of that sketchy right. Oh probably about half the price. Now I mean again. I'd have to double check with southwest uh-huh yeah. There's there's some really good stuff. I've been very fortunate to have friends that are incredibly talented. Riders Generic enough to be like yeah you can come play two of my favorite shows that I've done in the last year mixed rewind and dread and breakfast. I those both just this morning got accepted into New York sketch fast so really. Y- congratulations thank you yeah. It's exciting really the second time I've I've done something New York. I've have done did the Douglas Marathon back when I was there with a show that I co created it was an Improv show and so now it's secret origins. Yep Yeah. There's a lot of fun. It's a cool show yeah and now I go again with sketch and I had more fun. Doing those two shows than almost anything else yeah. It's just very well written really well. Ridden show can make your day and we can mont that it's really good stuff is just is amazing. It's so weird how he makes a difference does make a lot of people try to go for a quantity and the you know I actually now starting to buy gas to try to go with climbed and that was a big mistake. I tried to put like fifteen minute episodes out and when each they were not good you were in the lesson. That's one the things you know doing comedy for as long as you have. You're probably very adept at taking feedback and making adjustments. I think that's something that in my professional non comedy life would have the tendency to try to invoke is reacting to that feedback. Not I take it personally. Quick adjustments yeah earlier this week. actually on snapchat you can tell that. I am a Gen Z. Person because you still using snapchat understand the snapshot. It's been over for a little bit going on well yeah but are people using it the way they did or is it starting to know people are decision really think sexting. Yes you can tell I'm I am Gen-x so I text over my tech stab and and one of the most things address nuts is when you first join a new comedy group. We're like a new team like the biggest debate is which platform of your time you indicate and everyone's like oh it was just use facebook and then one person as US group. Meanwhile grew so that to me is if if you're an APP developer out there you should build an APP just for comedy groups to leave. I beg there's enough APPS APPS for just comedians out there because you see there's like a whistle were some apps for comedians where they could have like new ones who were not like actually. Salihi no because there's Africa laugh mayor laughable or something like that and it's like all these variable known comedians. There's no new comedians comedians to discover on it in like an easier way. I think that's what podcasts are four yet. I feel like that's that's the podcasting thing now everyone my wife's listened to a ton of podcast from New York comedians. He's a big fan of Chris Gothard and through that she's turned me onto so many layers leery as people really tough game show never heard about chicken out wonderful and then there's a cold dead eyes with Connor ratliff now. I don't know that one either I'm I'm still getting into the entire cast con Conrad Materials Very Good Guy New York and he does the George Lewis talk show every month and then he was a regular show and he was cast in Band of brothers need the silver. Tom Hanks and he was cast in it was like his first big break and the day was supposed to shoot ah yes he got called into time trailer to read his scene and then the outer like we're going in different way. Oh Tom Hicks you'd have cold dead eyes but that's just the tip of the iceberg of the story and it's a great tale so yeah yeah. I'll try it out. Check it out guys. Check like no Conan so now outside of comedy. I was reading that you are from Kansas City correct. I lived in Kansas City for a good long while I I'm originally from Western Kansas and then bounced around. Yes you did in radio there correct yeah. I was in in Kansas City guest on radio podcast Radio Radio Radio podcast. Oh No radio the local. NPR affiliate a beyond with my friends Austin and we were the experts and we talk. We breakdown down technology news in ways. That is a little bit more digestible so it's a little bit more simple for like general public understand yeah because take a lot of times when you report on technology. There's a lot of Fud in an fear uncertainty and doubt where it's like..

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